The following “Cards of Thanks” notices were printed on page 11 of the January 3, 1920 issue of the Chicago Daily News:
“SCHULTZ-I WISH TO EXPRESS MY MOST sincere thanks and appreciation to my many friends and relatives for their kind sympathy and beautiful floral offerings in my recent bereavement in the loss of my daughter, Emma Sophia Schultz, and especially want to thank the Rev. A. Glade for his kind and encouraging words, also Frank T. Dettler for his excellent services. CATHERINE SCHULTZ”
“WE HEREBY WISH TO EXTEND OUR heartfelt thanks to our many friends and relatives for their sympathy and floral offerings shown us in the sad bereavement of my beloved wife and dear mother and also the Rev. J. Buenger for his kind words of condolence. LOVING HUSBAND JOSEPH SCHULTZ AND CHILDREN.”
“WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR MOST SIN-cere thanks and appreciation to our many friends, neighbors, business associates for the kindly expressions of respect, love and sympathy so keenly evidenced in behalf of our dear departed husband and father. KNUD GUNDESTRUP, MRS. WILHELMINA GUNDESTRUP AND FAMILY.”
“WE WISH TO THANK OUR FRIENDS AND neighbors for their kind expressions of love and sympathy extended to us in behalf of our departed wife and mother. WM. N. ROHDE AND CHILDREN.”
Here is a partial list of the memorial notices printed on page 11 of the January 3, 1920 issue of the Chicago Daily News:
“SHERMAN-In sad and loving memory of our dearly beloved mother, MARY SHERMAN, who would have been 63 years old today, Jan. 3, died Sept. 6. Gone but not forgotten. HER LOVING CHILDREN.
“TYERMAN-FRANK. In sad memory of my dear son and brother, who passed away one year ago to-day, Jan. 3, 1919. FROM MOTHER AND SISTER.
“ZIEGLER-LISETTE STRIGL-died nine years ago today. THE FAMILY.”
Here is a partial list of the death notices printed on page 11 of the January 3, 1920 issue of the Chicago Daily News:
“ANDERSON-James H., Jan. 2, in his 65th year, husband of Mary E. and father of Richard J. and Vergil H. Anderson. Funeral from chapel, Garfield-blvd. and Wabash-av., Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 2 p.m. Interment at Oakwoods.”
“ALBRECHT-Ruth Anna, beloved daughter of John and Emma (nee Jelik), Jan. 2, 1920. Funeral Monday, Jan. 5, at 2 p.m., from late residence, 3212 W. Harrison-st., by autos to Bohemian National cemetery.”
“BOURRET-Madeline (nee Buettner), beloved wife of Leo. Jr., daughter of Theodore and Anna Buettner, sister of Philip, Edward, George, Jacob, Christine, Katherine and Mary Buettner. Funeral from parents’ residence, 5038 S. Laflin-st., Monday, Jan. 5, at 9:30 a.m. to St. Augustine’s church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated, interment St. Mary’s cemetery, by autos. Erie (Pa.) papers please copy.”
“BENGSTON-Josephine H., aged 67 years, beloved wife of John H. Bengston; fond mother of Fred O., Mrs. A. E. Johnson and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, sister of Bertie Homert and Adolph Nelson of Onekama, Mich., grandmother of Henry C. Jr., and Warren Anderson. Funeral Monday, Jan. 5, at 1 p.m., from her late residence, 3761 N. Kostner-av., interment Memorial Park cemetery. Manistee (Mich.) papers please copy.”
“BROMAN-John G. Sr., Jan. 2, 1920, at his residence, 639 W. 61st-pl., beloved husband of the late Elma Broman, father of Mrs. Laura G. Carit, Marie, Sophia and John G. Broman, Jr. Funeral Monday, Jan. 5, at 2 p.m., interment Mount Hope; member of De Moloy lodge, K.P., and Garden City council, National Union.”
“BERGGREN-Christina, beloved wife of Axel, fond mother of Gustave, Emma, William and the late Edward. Funeral from late residence, 714 W. 60th-pl., Monday, Jan. 5, at 2 p.m. Burial Oak Hill.”
“BURGESON-Charles Edwin, aged 38 years, at Phoenix, Ariz., husband of Runvna Burgeson, son of Carl A. Burgeson. Time of funeral later. Information Austin 585.”
“CALDWELL-Margaret, beloved wife of David Caldwell, fond mother of William and Mrs. H.L. Garvutt, sister of Thomas, Patrick, John, James, Mary, Mrs. Delia Mahoney and Mrs. M. J. Smith. Funeral Monday 9 a.m., from her late residence, 7207 Peoria-st., to St. Leo’s church, interment Mount Olivet, autos. Member of St. Leo’s court, W.C.O.F. Members of St. Leo’s court 116, W.C.O.F. will meet Sunday evening, 7:30 at the home of Sister Caldwell.”
“CARLANDER-John, aged 58 years, husband of Johanna Carlander, father of Sarah, John, Arthur, Margaret and Anton Carlander, brother of Mrs. O. G. Johnson, father-in-law of Mrs. John Carlander, and grandfather of Dorothy and John Carlander. Funeral Monday at 2 p.m. , from late home, 5031 Superior-st. Interment at Forest Home cemetery.”
“CLEARY-Patrick, beloved husband of Mollie V., fond father of John J. and James P. Cleary, at his residence, 5412 Woodlawn-av. Funeral Monday at 10 a.m. sharp to St. Thomas’ church; burial at Calvary; please omit flowers.”
“CASE-William H., 6404 Harvard av., Jan. 2, 1920, husband of Velma C. and father of George Cantine and Charles Colby Case…”
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