S.D. Frost, one of the best known citizens of Leola, died last Saturday
of tuberculosis which followed an attack of the influenza which he
suffered a year ago.
The body was taken back to Ambel, Lee county, Illinois, where Mr. Frost made his boyhood home. Mr. Frost's death is a great shock to scores of Aberdeen people, who knew him well.
For many years he was a rancher and store keeper at Leola, but retired from business when his health began to fall. He was prominently identified with the business life of Leola and that part of McPherson county and was known all over the northern part of the state.
He was the first president of the Farmers Cooperative Packing company of Huron and held that position until a few weeks ago when he resigned because of ill-health. He is survived by his wife.
[Aberdeen Daily News, February 11, 1920 - Transcribed by AFOFG]
Mrs. Fannie J. Schwanke of Ipswich, aged 23 years, the wife of John Schwanke of that town, died at St. Luke's hospital yesterday from hemorrhage. The body was shipped to Ipswich this morning, where services will be held then the body will be sent to St. Paul for burial. The deceased is survived by a young son and a husband.
Franklin B., the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson, living near Ipswich, died yesterday in Aberdeen shortly after arriving here for treatment.
The body was sent to Ipswich last evening and funeral services were held in Ipswich this afternoon.
Nels Isaacson, a retired farmer residing at Ipswich, died here this morning at 1:30 o'clock from cancer of the stomach after a lingering illness. The remains will be shipped to Ipswich tonight for internment.
Nels Isaacson was born in Norway, January, 1850. When 27 years of age he came to America and a couple years later came to Dakota, settling on a claim twelve miles southeast of Ipswich where he resided until moving to Ipswich six years ago. He was a bachelor and his only relative is a nephew living at Ipswich.
Ipswich, April 2. - Mrs. F. K. Wing died here suddenly of heart failure
early Monday morning, when she got out of bed to get a drink of water.
The funeral was held here today. The deceased is survived by two
children, a son, Earl Wing, who is traveling for the Marshall-Wells
Hardware company. The daughter is married and resides at Rapid City.
L. L. Boughnery, one of the old residents of the state, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Ettles, near Mina, this morning at 10 o'clock, at the age of 85 years. He had been ill for two weeks. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home.
Deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mattie Latting of Eugene, Ore., and Mrs. Ettles, at whose home he died. He has two sisters in Canada. Nineteen grandchildren survive. He had lived in South Dakota for thirty-eight years.
Word has been received here of the death yesterday at Watertown of R. W. Hoy, formerly a railway mail clerk here for the Milwaukee, but more recently of Roscoe.
Robert L. Martin, Jr., died at his father's home near Mina, Wednesday night, after a short illness with influenza and pneumonia. Besides the many friends who will mourn his untimely death, he leaves to mourn his loss his father and mother, and brother, John Martin, of this city. The funeral services will be held from the Moore undertaking parlors Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. J. R. Jones officiating, and internment will be at Riverside cemetery.
Ernest Wagner died yesterday after a short illness from pneumonia. He is a young man from Clear Lake township, Edmunds county. Those left to mourn his death are: Mrs. Carl Wagner, mother, Charles J. Wagner, who is now in sevivce at Newport News, and Oscar who is at home are brothers and five sisters, Mrs. Edward Sando of Aberdeen, Mrs. William Tabert of Mina, Mrs. William Ritchie, Louise and Helen who are at home. The funeral will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. from the Wagner home, Rev. Rupke officiating and he will be buried at Warner.
ALBERT C. SPEAR
Birth: Jan. 21, 1889 (Douglas Co., IA)
Funeral: "Thursday" (United Methodist Church, Redfield, SD)
Burial: Greenlaw Cemetery (Redfield, SD)
Marriage: Bonnie Stucker (Sep 14, 1920, at Ipswich, SD)
Locations: Frankfort, near Turton
Preceded in death by: two sons, two sisters, two brothers
[Survivor information omitted for privacy]
Funeral services were held February 9, 2006 at Miller Funeral Home in
Bowdle for Lucille Dippert of Bowdle. Rev. Ronnie Vetch officiated and
burial was in the Bowdle City Cemetery.
Agnes Lucille Dippert, daughter of Chloe Sharp, was born at Highmore on June 7, 1926 and died February 6, 2006 at the Bowdle Nursing Home at the age of 79 years, seven months and 30 days.
She was raised and educated in Highmore. Following her schooling, she worked at a cafe in Belle Fourche for eight years. She then returned to Highmore, where she married Glen E. Dippert on December 19, 1965. They lived in Highmore, Bowdle, and then Bristol, eventually settling in Bowdle. Wherever they lived, Lucy took employment at cafes.
Since August 2004, she lived at the Bowdle Nursing Home. Survivors include her husband, Glen of Bowdle; and one sister, Emma Jean (William) Foot of Sioux Falls.
She was preceded in death by her mother and two sisters.
AUGUST C. BAUER
Birth: April 20, 1915 (Roscoe, SD)
Parents: August & Rosina (Auch) Bauer
d. March 1986 (Harrold, SD)
Age: 70y 10m 15d
Cause of death: cancer
Marriage: Vivian Anderson, Nov. 1941, Highmore, SD. Eight children.
Church affiliation: St. John's Catholic Church
Preceded in death by: parents, brother Gustav, sister Alma (Mrs. John) Diegel, two sons (Gary and Michael)