Obit: Lipprandt, Ida #2 (1885 - 1946)
Surnames: Lipprandt, Schultz, Goetsch, Driscoll, Arenson, Lulloff, Buss, Matthias, Kademan, Burtard, Woik, Grube, Klenke
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 07/25/1946
Lipprandt, Ida (23 June 1885 - 18 July 1946)
Mrs. Oscar Lipprandt, nee Ida Schultz, of the town of Green Grove, Wisconsin died at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital on Thursday morning, July 18, of a heart ailment. Funeral rites were held Monday afternoon at St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran church at Green Grove, Rev. M. C. Goetsch, officiating. The pall bearers were Cornelius Driscoll, Silas Arenson, Barney Lulloff, Emil Buss, Emil Matthias and Oscar Kademan. Those in charge of the flowers were Isabel Driscoll, Selma Burtard, Darlene Lulloff, Elsie Lipprandt, Violet Woik, Olga Woik.
Mrs. Lipprandt was born on June 23, 1885, at Muenster, Germany. She came to this country at the age of 17, making her home with her uncle at Odessa, Minn. In 1912, she was united in marriage to Max Grube at Bellingham, Minn. After six years of residence there, her husband became a victim of the 1918 influenza. Following this bereavement, she, with their adopted son, Victor, moved back to Odessa, Minn., Mrs. Lipprandt and son came to this community in 1925. She was united in marriage on October 26th, 1925, to Oscar Lipprandt of Owen, Wisconsin, Route 1, at the Lutheran parsonage at Green Grove.
Mourning her departure are her husband, Oscar, her son, Victor Grube, and seven grandchildren, all of Owen, Rt. 1. Also her mother and one sister, Elizabeth Klenke, of Muenster, Germany. Preceding her in death were her father, two sisters and a brother who was a casualty of the late war.
Mrs. Lipprandt was a life-long faithful and zealous worker of the Lutheran church and was at one time president of St. Paul’s Ladies’ Aid.
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