Carl (1930 - 1936)
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----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 05 November 1936
Schuette, Carl (25 AUG 1930 - 25 OCT 1936)
Carl Schuette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Schuette, Town of Beaver, died October 25th at !0:45 P. M. and was buried on Wednesday, October 28th in the St. Luke’s Cemetery at the South Green Grove Church with Rev. Geo. Heilman of Greenwood officiating.
Carl was born in the Town of Beaver on Aug. 25, 1930. On Oct. 14 he took sick with pneumonia and on Oct. 25th he passed away into Eternal life.
He leaves to mourn his loving parents, four sisters, Elpha, Blanche, Irene and Dorothy; one brother Delbert, two grandmothers, one grand father, twelve uncles, twelve aunts and thirty-five cousins.
Pall bearers were: Halbert Hardrath, Harley Witt, Carl Knecht, Ralph Seefluth and Orville and Merlin Schuette.
Flower girls were Bernadine and Ardina Knecht, June and Lorraine Kath. Geraldine and Dorothy Jolivette, Beatrice Seefluth, Beverly Rhoor, Helen Raack, Arlene Schuette and his playmate Wilbert Karnopp. During the service Mrs., Geo. Heilman accompanied the organ.
Those from away who attended the funeral were Mrs. Fred Kluenker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marquardt, Manitowoc; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilke, Two Rivers, Mr. John Karnopp and daughter Irmgarde, Ethel Karnopp, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dahlke and family, Kewaunee; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Reuzeh, Two Rivers; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Witt and daughter Margaret Ann of Gilman; Mrs. Henry Dahlke, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kickbush, Boyd.
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