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navy veteran, born January 19, 1926; and Violet, born April 3, 1928. Alice, born September 24, 1920, died January 10, 1930.

The Keelers are members of the Union Church of Monroe.


Joseph Keller was born April 25, 1863, at Stettenby-Rottweil, Germany. He came to Humphrey Township from Nuckolls County, Nebraska, March 1, 1884.

On September 23, 1890, he was married to Miss Anna Osterhoff at Humphrey. Her parents were Anton and Theresa Sandertrup Osterhoff, natives of Germany and pioneers of Platte County.

Mr. and Mrs. Keller had nine children: John, married to Frances Shafer; Lou, Mrs. Leo McCarville; Lona, Mrs. John H. Fuchs; Frank, married to Rose Paproski; Amanda, Mrs. Leo Kelley; Marian, Mrs. Paul Kelley. Those deceased are: Frank, who died April 22, 1929; Andrew, who died August 1, 1923; Caroline, deceased; and Kathleen, who died July 5, 1918. Mrs. Joseph Keller died June 3, 1945.

Joseph Keller is a member of St. Francis Catholic Church, St. Joseph's Society of that church, and the Knights of Columbus.


Edward E. Kelly, son of Charles H. and Mary Jones Kelly, was born in Platte County near Monroe, Nebraska, June 2, 1892. The Kellys were prominent pioneers in the Monroe vicinity.


Edward E. Kelly

Edward attended the Monroe schools, and in 1910, after finishing school, became the partner of his father, Charles Kelly, in the Kelly Meat Market in the Jenks Hotel Building in Monroe.

On October 12, 1912, Edward Kelly was married to Miss Maude E. Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hill. They had one daughter, Gwendolyn, Mrs. Frederick Harris, of Columbus, and one son, E. Hadley Kelly, of Columbus.

In 1912, Kelly and Son bought the Fred Read Grocery Store in Monroe. The grocery and meat market were combined in the Read Grocery Building on Main Street, now the Monroe Telephone Office. In 1918, the Kellys sold their market to the Farmers Co-Operative Store, and Edward was made manager. In 1919, he resigned this position, going to western Kansas where he formed a partnership in wheat farming with his father-in-law, Hugh Hill.

In 1920, Mr. Kelly returned to Monroe to resume partnership with his father in a grocery and meat market. On March 1, 1923, the Kelly Market was burned in a fire which destroyed the south side of Monroe's main street. On March 25, that same year, they reopened their market in the Gerrard Cement Block Building, now the site of the Monroe auditorium. In October, 1923, the market was moved to a new building on the north side of the street, and when Charles H. Kelly died in December, Edward became sole owner of the business which he conducted alone until December, 1945, when the Kelly Market was sold to Vernon Hagenbuck.

Since 1933, Mr. Kelly has been a director of the Loup River Public Power District. From 1945 to 1948, he served as its president, resigning then to take over the position of district secretary and general purchasing agent. He assumed the office of manager in 1949.

Mr. and Mrs. Kelly were members of the Union Church in Monroe before moving to Columbus in 1947. Mr. Kelly holds membership in the Izaak Walton League, the Nebraska Food Retailers Association, the Columbus Chamber of Commerce, and was the 949 president of the Platte County Pioneers' Association. His hobbies are baseball and football.


E. Hadley Kelly was born August 26, 1926. He was graduated from the Monroe High School and attended the University of Nebraska. During World War II, he served for two years with the United States Navy. In April. 1945, he was married to Miss Vera Stenzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stenzel of Monroe. E. Hadley and Vera Stenzel Kelly have one daughter, Karen Kay. Mr. Kelly is employed at Venger and Son, and is interested in flying. He is an assistant to Frederick Harris at the Columbus Air Field.


Patrick L. Kelly was born June 13, 1888, at North Bend, Nebraska. He came to Platte County from Schuyler, September 15, 1912. His parents were Thomas and Catherine O'Hare Kelly. Thomas Kelly was born March 17, 1861, in Cleveland, Ohio. He was of Irish descent. Catherine O'Hare Kelly died May 8, 1913, at North Bend. Patrick Kelly had four brothers and four sisters.

He attended the schools at North Bend and Schuyler, Nebraska, and the Fremont Normal College. He has since worked in banks, and is well-known in Platte County banking circles.

On June 12, 1917, Patrick Kelly was married at Humphrey to Antonette Fangman, daughter of Fred and Mary Fangman. Fred Fangman was born in Platte County, July 18, 1870. Mary Enning Fangman died January 1, 1912, at Humphrey, Nebraska. Antonette Fangman Kelly had three brothers and five sisters.


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Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Kelly had three children: Emmett J., Adele, and Mary Jean. All were born at Humphrey, Nebraska, and attended St. Francis grade school and high school. Adele attended Marymount College, Salina, Kansas. Emmett J. attended Creighton University at Omaha, and as a first lieutenant was a pilot of a P-51 Mustang Fighter in the Fifteenth Air Force, World War II. He was killed May 1, 1945, in Italy.

Patrick L. Kelly was employed as bookkeeper in the First National Bank at Schuyler. In September, 1912, he accepted a position as cashier of the Cornlea State Bank, where he became a member of the board of directors. He was one of the organizers of the Farmers State Bank at Humphrey, where he is president. Mr. Kelly is a member of the Knights of Columbus, and attends St. Francis Church at Humphrey.


Oliver Kenfield, the youngest son of Marion M. and Ellen Wilson Kenfield, was born December 10, 1895, in Albion, Boone County, Nebraska.

Oliver attended the Albion schools and was graduated from the Albion High School in 1915. He attended the University of Cincinnati during 1916 and 1917, and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1927 from the State Teachers College at Kearney. In 1932, Mr. Kenfield received his Master of Arts degree at Columbia University. He was affiliated with Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity.

During World War I, he served with the Thirty-seventh Division of the One Hundred Thirty-sixth Field Artillery of the United States Army, as a gunner. He was overseas from July, 1918, until March, 1919.

On July 29, 1921, at Grand Island, Nebraska, Oliver Kenfield was married to Margaret M. Coyner. Mr. and Mrs. Kenfield have three sons: David G., Norman P., and Theodore S. A daughter, Margaret, is deceased.

From 1921-1926, Oliver Kenfield was high school principal and superintendent of schools at Pleasanton. In 1927, he became the principal of the Kramer High School in Columbus, and remained in that position until 1943, when he moved to California. He was known throughout Nebraska for his outstanding work in the educational field.

In Columbus he held memberships in the American Legion, the Nebraska State Teachers Association, the Nebraska Educational Association, the Nebraska Schoolmasters Club, the Y.M.C.A., and the A.F.&A.M., the Chamber of Commerce and the Wayside Country Club.

Oliver Kenfield is a member of the Episcopal Church, and attended the Grace Episcopal Church in Columbus. His hobbies are golf, bridge, and inter-scholastic activities.


Robert Fenton Kennedy, son of James Stewart and Arvilla Messenger Kennedy, was born December 29, 1899, at St. Edward, Nebraska. He attended the St. Edward schools, was graduated from the St. Edward High School and the University of Nebraska.

Mr. Kennedy's work has been in the newspaper field. From 1914-1917, he was engaged in general newspaper work with the Boone County Advance, at St. Edward. From 1919-1921, he was cashier and assistant manager of the Redpath Homer Chautauqua Company, and traveled over the United States. In 1921-1923, he was associated with the Non-Pareil, of Central City, Nebraska. From 1923-1928, he was assistant advertising manager of the Norfolk Daily News, at Norfolk, Nebraska. From 1928-1940, he was advertising manager of the Daily, at Hastings, Nebraska.

Since that time, he has been co-owner and business manager and advertising manager of the Columbus Daily Telegram, in Columbus.

On June 4, 1923, at Albion, Nebraska, Robert F. Kennedy was married to Florence E. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy had one daughter, Roberta, who was born on April 26, 1928. Roberta attended the Hastings public school, was graduated from Kramer High School of Columbus in 1945, and then attended MacMurray College for Women, at Jacksonville, Illinois, for one year. She was graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1949, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She was affiliated with the Delta Delta Delta Sorority.

Robert Kennedy holds memberships in the Newspaper Advertising Executives, the Nebraska Press Association, the Advertising Managers Association, the American Legion, the Masons, the B.P.O.E. (Elks), the Columbus Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary International and the Izaak Walton League. Before coming to Columbus, he was a member of the Hastings Kiwanis Club and past president and chairman of the Kiwanis Camp Committee. He was also president of the Nebraska Division of the United States 8, Pan-American Highway Association, and was reelected to that office in 1949. He was president of the Rotary Club in 1942, on the Board of Directors of the Nebraska Press Association in 1948, on the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce, and was also active in the Friends of Music.

The Kennedys are Presbyterians and attend the Federated Church in Columbus.


Herman J. Kersenbrock, born September 23, 1879, in Columbus, was the son of J. Herman and Emma Henggler Kersenbrock. His maternal grandfather was Franz Henggler who came to Platte County in 1858.

Herman J. had two brothers and two sisters, Frank, William, Emma and Ella. Frank J., a former Columbus mayor, lives at Ogallala, Nebraska. William J. lives in St. Louis. Emma Kersenbrock Cockson lives at Minony, Wisconsin, and Ella Kersenbrock Hille at Kansas City, Missouri.

Herman J. attended St. Francis Academy and the Columbus public schools. At sixteen, he was enrolled at the Fremont Normal, where he completed a business



course. He was nineteen when he entered the employ of Edward J. Niewohner, jeweler and engraver. He later became a traveling salesman. After a partnership with Mr. Bushman, and later with Mark Burke in the restaurant and meat market business, he resumed his profession as traveling salesman, and for thirty-seven years covered the same territory.

On October 12, 1910, Herman Kersenbrock was married to Gertrude Blanche Niewohner, daughter of Edward J. and Frances Hiernich Niewohner. Except for six years in Crete, Nebraska, he made his home in Columbus.

Mr. Kersenbrock was a member of the Columbus Elks Club, the Masonic Order, the Wayside Country Club, and the Columbus Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America. He was a volunteer fireman in Columbus, and one of the original organizers of the Columbus city band.

He was president of the Wayside Country Club two years, and director for twenty years, and was active also in the Columbus Chapter of the Izaak Walton League. He was landscaper and planter of the grounds of both clubs, devoting many hours to the care of trees, shrubs and flowers. He also enjoyed fishing, hunting and reading.

He died September 23, 1947. Mrs. Herman J. Kersenbrock lives in Columbus.


Frank W. Kiernan, the son of James and Katherine Johnson Kiernan, was born October 14, 1863, in New York City, and died on January 25, 1924, in Columbus. His mother was born in Ireland and died in 1888, at St. Edwards, Nebraska. His father, a farmer, was born on August 29, 1829, in Dublin, Ireland, and after immigrating to America, was a foreman in an iron foundry in New York City. He brought his family to Platte County in 1874, and they lived for two years on the old Patrick Murray farm, west of Columbus. In 1876, James Kiernan homesteaded in Woodville Township. He was prominent in Woodville Township politics. He resided there until the time of his death, on December 5, 1913.

Frank W. Kiernan had one sister, Mary, who was the wife of William Moran, and lived in Omaha.

Due to the early day hardships of pioneer life and of extensive work on the homestead, Frank Kiernan received little formal schooling. However, he spent his entire life educating himself and became one of the best penmen in the county, his handwriting being recognized as letter perfect.

Both Frank and his father, James Kiernan, served as Platte County supervisors. James was elected to the office in 1892, in 1894, and again in 1897. Frank served from 1901-1905. In the early years of his life, Frank Kiernan supported the Democratic Party, but in later years, he became affiliated with the Republicans. He was an early promoter of the Farmer's Union Movement in Platte County.

On April 25, 1892, at St. Edwards, Nebraska, Frank W. Kiernan was married to Mary Steinbach, the daughter of Theodore and Gertrude Stoffles Steinbach. Mr. Steinbach, a farmer, was born April 27, 1839, in Cologne, Germany, and died on January 6, 1890, in St. Edwards. Mrs. Steinbach was born on November 27, 1840, in Tyier, Germany, and died on August 27, 1927, in St. Edwards. Mrs. Kiernan had three sisters and one brother: Helena, the wife of John Reardon, of St. Edwards, is deceased; Katherine, the wife of Thomas Brown, is deceased; Theodore is married to Hilda Dirks, and lives in St. Edwards; and Susan, the wife of Edward Sauler, is deceased.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Kiernan had seven children: Kathryn, James, Clarence W., George, Gertrude, Cecelia and Agnes.

Kathryn, the eldest, is the widow of William Flaherty and lives at St. Edwards, Nebraska. William and Kathryn Flaherty had seven children: Marjorie was graduated from St. Bonaventure's High School in Columbus and attended the Kansas City Art Institute, at Kansas City, Missouri. Donald, who served in the European Theatre of Operations for three years during World War II, is employed by the American Airlines in Kansas City. He is married to Sadie Oglevi, of Leeds, England. Milton is married to Ona Grape and is engaged in farming on the old Kiernan farm. The Milton Flahertys have one daughter, Deana Kay. Marion was employed in the office of the Platte County Agricultural Agent in Columbus, and by the Greyhound Bus Lines in Kansas City. She later joined the WAVES and was stationed at Bremerton, Washington. Bernice studied nursing at the St. Francis Hospital in Grand Island, Nebraska. Marvin attended business school in Omaha, and later was employed in St. Edwards, Nebraska. Max attended the St. Edwards High School.

James Edward Kiernan, a veteran of World War I, is part owner of the Bock and Kiernan Drug Company, at Council Bluffs, Iowa. He attended rural school District 68, and was graduated from the Spalding College, at Spalding, Nebraska.

Clarence William Kiernan attended District 68 and was also graduated from the Spalding College. He is a veteran of World War II. He was employed by the Lyman-Richie Sand Company. He has memberships in the American Legion and the F.O. of Eagles.

George Kiernan attended District 68 and is employed in Concord, California, by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company. He was formerly employed in Columbus by the Northwestern Public Service Company, and later by the Consumers Public Power District. He is married to Cecelia Cedar, of Fullerton, Nebraska.

Gertrude Kiernan is the wife of John Warren, of Lincoln, Nebraska, and lives in Kansas City, Missouri. She attended the District 68 school and was graduated from St. Francis Academy in Columbus, and Creighton University, in Omaha, Nebraska. Prior to her marriage she taught for six years in the District 9 school.

Cecelia Kiernan attended the District 68 school and was graduated from St. Francis Academy in Columbus.

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She taught school in Platte and Nance Counties. She resides in Columbus, where, she is a member of the Senior Choir of St. Bonaventure's Catholic Church.

Agnes Kiernan attended the District 68 school, St. Francis Academy, the University of Nebraska, and Midland College, at Fremont. She taught school in District 25, at Cornlea, the lower grades in the Platte Center Public schools, was the history teacher at the junior high school in Norfolk, Nebraska, and taught in Columbus one year. She now teaches in St. Edwards, Nebraska.

Frank W. Kiernan farmed the home place for many years, until his retirement in 1919, when he moved with his family to Columbus and resided there until his death, in 1924. He was a member of the Modem Woodmen and the Knights of Columbus.

The Kiernan family were members of the St. Bonaventure's Catholic Church, in Columbus. Mrs. Kiernan removed to St. Edwards, Nebraska, in 1947.


James F. Kirkpatrick, born March 6, 1865, in Calona, Illinois, came to Columbus in 1903 from Fremont, Nebraska. His parents were James H. and Elizabeth P. Sharp Kirkpatrick. His father was born in Warsaw, Indiana, January 21, 1837, and died in Grand Island, Nebraska, August 29, 1931. His mother was born August 26, 1848, at Palermo, New York, and died July 17, 1939, in Grand Island.

Mr. Kirkpatrick had three sisters: Elizabeth, Mrs. Robert Gibbs; Jemina, Mrs. Edward Potter; and Emma, Mrs. William Dearing. His brothers are Sherman, of Grand Island, Nebraska, and Herman, of Glendale, California. A brother, William, died in Calona, Illinois, December 22, 1878.

James F. Kirkpatrick received his early education in Calona, and has lived in Illinois, Nebraska, Colorado, Oregon and in the Spanish Honduras. He has done clerical work and for twenty-seven years was a salesman for the Barton Salt Company of Hutchinson, Kansas.

Mr. Kirkpatrick's first wife, Fancette E. Leroy, to whom he was married May 12, 1891, was born June 30, 1868, in Somain, France, and died November 10, 1924, in Columbus. Her parents, J. B. and Adelaide Baisier Leroy, natives of France, died at Los Cerrulos, New Mexico.

His second wife, Mayme Farthing Plummer, born at Sedam, Kansas, July 9, 1882, was the daughter of Peter and Victoria Miller Farthing.

James Kirkpatrick is a member of the Methodist Church.


Reverend Max A. Klotzbucher, O.F.M., chaplain at St. Mary's Hospital, Columbus, was born November 10, 1892, at Karavukovo, Jugoslavia, formerly Hungary. He is the son of John and Magdalena Wagner Klotzbucher, natives of Karavukovo. His father died December 8, 1940; his mother died July 23, 1931. He had two brothers and three sisters.

Reverend Klotzbucher received his early formal education at St. Martin's School in Europe. He was eleven when his parents came to the United States, locating at Barberton, Ohio, where Father Max attended St. Augustine's School from 1903 to 19o6. In 1910, he enrolled at St. Joseph's College at Teutopolis, Illinois, where he studied six years and finished a preparatory course to study for the priesthood. In 1918, he entered Our Lady of the Angels Seminary at Cleveland, Ohio, and in 1921 went to the Franciscan Seminary in St. Louis.

Reverend Klotzbucher was ordained by Archbishop Glennon, D.D., June 29, 1923, in St. Anthony's Church in St. Louis, and celebrated his first mass July I, 1923, at St. Joseph's Church in Cleveland.

In the autumn of 1924, Reverend Klotzbucher was appointed pastor at St. Rose of Lima Church in Montrose, Illinois, where he served two years. He served also as an assistant pastor at St. Francis Church, Teutopolis, Illinois, from 1924 to 1926. In 1926 he received an assignment as pastor at St. John's Church, Joliet Township, Platte County, and at the same time served as pastor of St. Francis Church in Schoolcraft Township, Madison County. In 1927, he was made pastor of St. Mary's of the Angels Church in Grand Prairie Township, Platte County. In 1930, he was appointed chaplain of St. Mary's Hospital in Columbus, and has served in that capacity for over nineteen years.

On June 21, 1941, he celebrated the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Investiture into the Order of St. Francis, and has served his third three-year term as Guardian of the St. Bonaventure Friary. He has also served three three-year terms as Vicar of the same Friary.


John KIug, born January 16, 1832, was reared, educated and married in Germany. He immigrated to the United States with his wife and family in 1868, settling on a homestead in the Shell Creek Valley. He was among the early settlers in that community. On June 24, 1910, he died.

His sons were Emil, William and John, Jr. A daughter, Anna, was married to Herman Klug of Colfax County.

Albert and Carl KIug, formerly of Columbus but now deceased, were nephews of John KIug, Sr.


Doctor Ezra Edwin Koebbe, the son of Edwin John and Christina Finkbeiner Koebbe, was born October 27, 1890, in Manchester, Michigan. His father, a farmer, lumberman and grain dealer, was born in Manchester on July 9, 1863, and died at Chelsea, Michigan, April 9, 1929. His mother was born in Manchester on February 1, 1868. His paternal grandparents emigrated from Germany in 1840.


E. E. Koebbe was graduated from Manchester High School in 1907. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1913, and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of the University of Michigan in 1915. He was president of his class from 1914 to 1915, and was affiliated with the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity.

On September 4, 1917, Doctor E. E. Koebbe was married to Ethyl Nora Burkhart. Mrs. Koebbe was born at Chelsea, Michigan. She was graduated from the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor.

Doctor E. E. and Ethel Burkhart Koebbe have one daughter, Mary Catherine, who is married to Doctor Kurt Hester. Doctor Hester, as a doctor of dental surgery, served in the United States Navy during World War II. He is practicing in New Jersey. Mary Catherine attended the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree at Northwestern University, at Evanston, Illinois. She also took post graduate work at Columbia University.

Doctor Koebbe specialized in eye, ear, nose, and throat. He became a reserve officer in the Medical Corps of the United States Navy in 1916, and served for six years. He received his discharge in 1922 with the rank of lieutenant commander but remained in the Medical Reserve. During World War II he served as a captain, receiving his discharge from active service in 1946.

Doctor Koebbe is the author of numerous medical articles, and is a member of the American Medical Association, the Platte County and Nebraska State Medical Associations, a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and a member of the American College of Surgeons.

Doctor Koebbe holds memberships in the American Legion, Sons of Herman, B.P.O.E. (Elks), F.O.E. (Eagles), Knights of Pythias, and is a Mason, a Knight Templar and Shriner. He is a member of the Chamber of Commerce and the Lion's Club which he served as president in 1928. He is a member of the Wayside Country Club, and politically is a Republican. He is a member and past president of the Y.M.C.A. Doctor and Mrs. Koebbe attend the Federated Church.


Reverend Cecil R. Koop, O.F.M., assistant pastor of St. Francis Church, Humphrey, Nebraska, was born at Brainard, Minnesota, October 5, 1918. He is the son of Earl J. and Eleanor Caulfield Koop. His father was born in Brainard, Minnesota, his mother in Ireland. Reverend Cecil R. Koop has two brothers and one sister.

Reverend Cecil R. Koop attended St. Francis School in Brainard, Minnesota, and in 1932 enrolled at St. Joseph College at Westmont, Illinois, graduating in 1938. In 1939, he entered the Franciscan Seminary to study for the priesthood, after which he spent three years at Our Lady of the Angels Seminary in Cleveland, Ohio, and five years at St. Joseph Seminary in Teutopolis, Illinois.

He was ordained on June 24, 1945, at St. Francis Church, Teutopolis, Illinois, and celebrated his first mass on July I, 1945, at St. Francis Church in Brainard, Minnesota. He graduated from St. Joseph Seminary at Teutopolis, Illinois, July 8, 1946.

Reverend Cecil R. Koop, O.F.M., served his first assignment as assistant pastor of St. Francis Church, Humphrey, Nebraska, from 1946 to 1949.


Ernst Adolph Korte, active in Sherman Township farm circles, was born there September 13, 1893. His parents were Carl L. and Augusta Elise Marie Viergutz Korte. The elder Mr. Korte was born April 23, 1859, at Grossenkneten, Germany, and came to this country October 18, 1876. He died at his farm home April 14, 1939. His wife, born at Stettin, Germany, April 7, 1866, died November 8, 1933.

Ernst Korte had three brothers and three sisters. He received his education at District 15 and at the Christ Lutheran Parochial School. Farming has been his life work.

On June 14, 1917, he was married at the Christ Lutheran Church to Miss Louise Otte, daughter of Fritz Otte and Ida Groteluschen Otte. They had eight children: Edgar, born March 14, 1919, is married; Elmer, born May 15, 1921; Allen, born July 26, 1924, was killed in action with the Third Army in Germany, February 28, 1945; Norman, born July 5, 1927; Harry, born January 24, 1929; Evelyn, born June 14, 1931; and Dorothy, born October 23, 1939. One child died in infancy.

All of the Korte children attended the Christ Lutheran Parochial School in Bismark Township.

The Kortes are members of Christ Lutheran Church, and Mr. Korte is a Democrat.


Carl Ludwig Korte was born at Grossenkneten, Oldenburg, Germany, April 23, 1859. He received his early education in his native schools and came to Platte County with a half-brother, Adolphe Henke, when seventeen years of age, locating in Sherman Township where Carl was employed eleven years on farms. In 1877, he bought a farm there.

On July 12, 1888, he was married to Miss Augusta Elise Marie Viergutz, in Sherman Township.

Mr. Korte lived for more than sixty years in the same community, and throughout his residence was a member of the Christ Lutheran Church in Bismark Township, serving as an elder for several years.

Carl and Augusta Viergutz Korte had four sons and three daughters: Otto A., Ernst A., Walter, Arthur, Mrs. Emil Wilke, Mrs. Frieda Bakenhus, and Mrs. Arthur Marty.

Mrs. Korte died November 8, 1933, and Carl L. Korte died April 14, 1939.

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