6601. H M Schleining and Hermina E Rosenthal, “Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992,” August 1, 1927, Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, IA,
6603. “Kathryn Margaret Saunders,” Find-A-Grave,, 74736787.
6604. “Lovell Glenn “Pep” Saunders,” Find-A-Grave,, 74736788.
6605. “Willard R Giebelhaus,” Find-A-Grave,, 122288557.
6606. “Elizabeth L Wiley,” Find-A-Grave,, 74862192.
6607. “Jacob “Jake” Schleuning,” Find-A-Grave,, 97052795.
6608. “Kathryn “Katie” Schwindt Schleuning,” Find-A-Grave,, 97052830.
6609. “United States Census,” 1930, NE, Lancaster, Lincoln, Ward 05, 7B, 8, 55-23, T626, 1285, 668, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 9, 1930, Marie A Dempsey.
File: 1930 NE Lancaster County Lincoln p7B
6610. “United States Census,” 1910, NE, Lancaster, Lincoln, 1B, 1, 51, T624, 47, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 15, 1910, Theodore Krueger.
File: 1910 NE Lancaster County Lincoln p1B
6611. “United States Census,” 1940, NE, Lancaster, Lincoln, 16B, 6, 55-31A, T627, 2253, 851, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 22, 1940, Frieda Dering Acktemers.
File: 1940 NE Lancaster County Lincoln p16B
6612. “Obituaries,” George Schleining, Billings Gazette, Billings, MT, December 7, 1954.
Schleining, George 1871-1954

George Schleining, Sr., 83, of 323 S. 37th St., a retired farmer, died at a local hospital Sunday at 7 p.m. of a heart ailment. He had been in the hospital about six weeks.

He was born in Russia on Sept. 20, 1871, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schleining. He was married to Christine Hahn in Russia on Jan. 21, 1897, and they came to the US in 1906 and settled in Lincoln NE. They moved to Colorado and lived there until they came to Billings in 1913. He was a member of the German Congregational Church.

Survivors include his wife; seven sons, George Schleining, Jr. of 115 S. 37th St., Edward of 640 Ave. C, John of 310 S. 36th St., Joseph of 3063 Calhoun Lane, Conrad of Vancouver WA, Henry of Mount Vernon WA, and William of Ballantine; five daughters, Mrs. E. Palin of 139 Jackson St., Mrs. Mary Larson of Edmonds WA, Mrs. Frank Dvorak of Ballantine, Mrs. Ann Delvey and Mrs. Rachel Lowe, both of Portland OR; one brother, Henry Schleining of Lincoln; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Schwindt of Lincoln; 41 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted at the German Congregational Chuch Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Philip Reick in charge. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Smith’s Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
6613. “United States Census,” 1920, MT, Yellowstone, School District 24, 8A, 3, 181, T625, 1820978, 231, 470, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, Wm R Peters.
File: 1920 MT Yellowstone County SD24 p8A
6614. John Schleining and Martha Hust, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” January 17, 1931, Hardin, Big Horn County, MT,
File: JohnSchleining_MarthaHust_MarriageCert
6616. Henry Schleining and Mary Spadt, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” January 6, 1923, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: HenrySchleining_MarySpadt_MarriageCert
6617. George Schleining Jr and Elizabeth Weigandt, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” February 8, 1923, Worden, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: GeorgeSchleiningJR_ElizabethWeigandt_MarriageCert
6618. Ernest M Palin and Edith Schleining, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” June 1, 1929, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: ErnestMPalin_EdithSchleining_MarriageCert
6619. Conrad Schleining and Anna Schlenz, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” June 30, 1929, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: ConradSchleining_AnnaSchlenz_MarriageCert
6620. Murray B Palin and Mary Schleining, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” October 23, 1929, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: MurrayBPalin_MarySchleining_MarriageCert
6621. “Esther K Schleining Dvorak,” Find-A-Grave,, 91786149.
6622. “Edith Schleining Palin,” Find-A-Grave,, 91794309.
6623. “Joseph B “Joe” Schleining,” Find-A-Grave,, 91796533.
6624. Don Faulkner and Anne Schleining, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” January 18, 1936, Columbus, Stillwater County, MT,
File: DonFaulkner_AnneSchleining_MarriageCert
6625. Frank Dvorak and Esther Schleining, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” September 18, 1934, Worden, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: FrankDvorak_EstherSchleining_MarriageCert
6626. Adam E Schleining and Amelia Weigandt, “Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,” November 17, 1926, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT,
File: AdamESchleining_AmeliaWeigandt_MarriageCert
6628. “Gerald Lee Deweese,” Find-A-Grave,, 152295499.
6629. “United States Census,” 1900, TN, Robertson, District 02, 9A, 6, 46, T623, 1241594, 21, 45, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, June 9, 1900, Robert J McDaniel.
File: 1900 TN Robertson County Dist 02 p8A
6630. Mary Ethel Ellis, “Tennessee Death Records, 1914-1963,” September 15, 1956, Springifield, Robertson County, TN,
File: MaryEthelEllis_DeathCert
6631. “Donald Ewing,” Find-A-Grave,, 180882228.
6632. “Obituaries,” Donald Ray Ewing,
Donald Ewing, age 77, of Glenwood, passed away on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. He was born on November 5, 1939, in Bonnerdale, the son of David Ewing and Margie Berneice Coffman Ewing. On February 2, 1963, he was married to Glenna Inlow.

He was preceded in death by his parents. He was a graduate of Glenwood High School, Class of 1957 and attended college at Henderson State in Arkadelphia. For over 30 years he worked in the nursery and landscaping business, where he and his wife, Glenna, are well known and respected in the community for their excellent work.

Those who knew Donald, knew he always had a story to tell and he enjoyed talking and visiting with anyone he met. Those wonderful stories will truly be missed. Donald's greatest joy in life was spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren, whom he adored.

He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend to many and he will be deeply missed by all, but the love he shared will live on in each of our hearts forever. He is survived by his loving wife, Glenna Ewing of Glenwood; two sons and daughters-in-law, Michael and Roya Ewing and Damon and Vicki Ewing, all of Richmond, Virginia; four grandchildren, Grant Ewing, Tyler Ewing, Olivia Ewing and Owen Ewing; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Warner and Donna Ewing of Riverside, California, David Ewing, Jr. of Glenwood and Douglas and Pat Ewing of Huntington Beach, California; two sisters and brother-in-law, Norma and Norman Anderson of Walla Walla, Washington and Darlene Featherston of Glenwood; numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members; and a host of wonderful friends. Services will be held at 2:00 PM, Sunday, July 2, 2017, in the Bonnerdale Seventh Day Adventist Church with Pastor Brandon Westgate officiating.

Visitation will be Saturday, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM, at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Bonnerdale Seventh Day Adventist Cemetery under the direction of Davis-Smith Funeral Home, Glenwood. Pallbearers will be Eric Ewing, Brett Pultz, Darrell Anderson, Monty Coffman, Travis Coffman and Steve Martin.
Honorary pallbearers will be Wendell Coffman, Wick Howell, Roger Ketchum, Mitch Featherston, Jimmy Reppo, Dennis Nooner, Christina Richard, Jeff Ewing and Ronald Duke. In lieu of flowers and in honor of Donald's loving and giving heart, the family requests memorials may be made to The C.A.L.L of Pike and Montgomery Counties, P.O. Box 25528, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72221-5521, and please make note it is "In Memory of Donald Ewing".
6633. “Obituaries,” Warren Gamaliel Ewing, Press-Enterprise, Riverside, CA, July 8, 2017.
Age 83, of Riverside, California, passed away on June 29, 2017. He was born on December 8, 1933 in Bonnerdale, Arkansas to David and Margie Ewing. Warren graduated from Glendale High School in Arkansas in 1951. He graduated from Southwestern Junior College in Keene, Texas in 1953 and graduated from Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion in 1955. Warren was a Pastor/teacher at Bemidji and Wadena Grade Schools in Minnesota. He later taught in Denver, Colorado, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Garden Grove, California and Freemont Elementary in Riverside, California. He was teaching at Woodcrest Elementary in Riverside when he retired in 1993. After retirement, he worked as a substitute teacher in Temecula, California for 2 years. Warren met the love of his life in 1976 and married Donna Lutz Merritt in 1979. They resided their entire married life in Riverside, California. Warren loved their "Road Trips" and was proud to say that they visited all 52 states and many National Parks. They traveled extensively throughout the world, meeting many people they still call friends. Warren's favorite pastime at home was gardening and playing games with his grandkids, family and friends.

Survivors include Donna, his wife of 38 years; his daughter Melanie Case of Santa Barbara, California; his stepchildren, Justine (Michael) Rodriguez, Jason Merrit; grandchildren, Joshua (Donesia) Rehder, Julie Rehder, Jacob Rehder and Brandon Merritt, all of Riverside CA; brothers, David Ewing Jr. of Glenwood, Arkansas and Douglas (Pat) Ewing of Huntington Beach, California; sisters, Norma (Norman) Anderson of Walla Walla, Washington and Darlene Featherston of Glenwood, Arkansas; sister-in-law, Glenna Ewing of Glenwood, Arkansas. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his son Kenneth Ewing and his brother Donald Ewing.

A celebration of Warren's life will be held on July 11, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Arlington Mortuary, 9645 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, California 92503. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made, in Warren's name, to the American Red Cross, 6177 River Crest Drive, Unite B, Riverside, California 92507. 

Warren will be laid to rest at Evergreen Memorial Park in Riverside, CA. Arlington Mortuary, Directors (800) 275-4648.
6634. “Sampson A “Sam” Bartlett,” Find-A-Grave,, 55347151.
6635. “Pvt Joshua Bartlett,” Find-A-Grave,, 86480241.
6636. “Margaret Ann Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 171566328.
6637. “Elvera Rebecka Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 171590390.
6638. “Irene Victoria Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 171566347.
6639. Irene Victoria Christine Noren, “Iowa, Delayed Birth Records, 1850-1939,” August 25, 1911, Red Oak, Montgomery County, IA,
File: IreneVictoriaChristineNoren_DelayedBirthCert
6640. “Emma Charlotte Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 171590375.
6641. “Infant Son Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 171589486.
6642. “John Edwin Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 87697719.
6643. “Herbert W Noren,” Find-A-Grave,, 78664279.
6644. C J Gustafson, Quad-City Times, Davenport, IA, July 31, 1875, 4.
C J. Gustafson, a Swede was killed in the Moingona Coal Company works Tama county, Thursday morning. He had just commenced work for the day, and was in the act of sledging down the coal, when a piece of coal weighing about three hundred pounds, struck him and a sharp projection passed nearly through his head, crushing his skull in a shocking manner.
6645. C J Gustafson, The Perry Daily Chief, Perry, IA, August 7, 1875, 5.
A miner named Gustafson was killed in a coal mine at Moingona one day last week. Soon after commencing work in the morning, and while wedging down coal, a piece from the roof fell and struck him, killing him instantly.
6649. “Robert Clause Dies; Rites Are Wednesday,” Robert C Clause, The Jefferson Bee, Jefferson, IA, May 21, 1957, 6.
Robert C. Cause, 66, long time resident of the Beaver community, died suddenly at his home early Sunday morning, May 19. He lived on a farm north of Beaver and was in the cattle business.

He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Judy and Kathy.

Also surviving are two brothers, O. G Clause of Jefferson and Ray Clause of Grand Junction, and three sisters, Mrs D. Hunter of Beaver and Mrs. Howard Barnes and Mrs. Rhoda Leo, both of Dysart.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 22, at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church in Grand Junction. Burial will be in the Beaver cemetery.
6650. “IN LOVING MEMORY OF GERALD CLAUSE,” Gerald Gonder Clause, The Des Moines Register, Des Moines, IA, August 23, 2012, A8.

Gerald Gonder Clause, 87, former Jefferson, IA banker, died quietly on February 27, 2006, in his retirement community of Lago Vista, TX.

Gerald was born on November 15, 1918, near Grand Junction, IA. He was the grandson of a Swedish immigrant Clause Gustafson, who changed his name upon arriving in America to Gus Clause. He grew up on a farm in eastern Greene County, IA. There, he knew farm life before rural electrification. He knew outdoor plumbing, party telephone lines, and shoveling coal for heat. He knew growing up with corn, beans and livestock and sharing farm chores with five brothers and sisters. He planted, cultivated, harvested, fed cattle, milked cows, and poured whole cream on his breakfast cereal. He won the state dairy cattle judging contest as a teen. He survived the depression, the winter of 1936, and a broken neck. The neck injury was a result of racing his brothers on horse drawn hayracks back to the "home place" for noon "dinner".

He played baseball in high school. He got a hit in a Grand Junction High School baseball game against future Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller, from Van Meter, despite being told by his coach not to swing. Feller had already pitched for the Cleveland Indians before finishing high school. Feller's coach was his future daughter-in-law's father.

After graduating from high school, he went to work as a teller at the Home State Bank in Jefferson. On the day before Pearl Harbor, he met Jean Eble of Sac City and they were married the following year. Uncle Sam didn't want soldiers with broken necks, but tiring of the disapproving glances of the locals whose sons were overseas, he enlisted anyway. He was assigned to personnel companies in Kansas and Denver, CO, and was discharged from the Army in 1945 as a Master Sergeant. Following WWI I, he returned to the bank and he and Jean began raising two children born during the war. He didn't attend college, but continued his banking education at the University of Wisconsin and Harvard University's Schools of Banking. In those circles, he was known as Gerry.

During those years in Jefferson, he taught his children how to play golf, attempted to teach them how to balance a checkbook, coached Little League, led Boy Scout and Explorer troops to Philmont Scout Ranch, near Taos, NM for mountain camping and Ely, MN for canoeing trips. He was a community leader, active in Jaycees, Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, the First Methodist Church, Eastern Star, and Masonic Lodge.

He was named Jefferson Citizen of the Year, was a 33rd degree Mason, and was awarded scouting's highest leadership award, the Silver Beaver. Gerald worked at the bank for 44 years. He sat across a desk from people with dirt in their nails and manure on their boots. He knew their problems and their needs as farmers ands mall business owners. Under his leadership, the bank grew to the largest in the county. He retired as President and Chairman of the Board in 1981, and moved toTexas. He bought a pair of cowboy boots and a golf cart. For 25 years he and Jean enjoyed golf, winters without snow, entertaining, and making hundreds of new friends in the Texas bluebonnet trail hill country. He also did something many of us say we would die for: A Hole-in-One. He had FOUR! He was a lay leader in the Rolling Hills Church, and Emaus guide, the church treasurer, choir member, and a friend to all who knew him.

Gerald was preceded in death by his parents, A. Ray and Mary Gonder Clause; and infant son, Christopher; and sister, Marietta (Galen) Weber. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Jean; sons, Tom (Molly) of Winterset, IA, Jeff (Liezl) of Knysna, South Africa; daughter, Andrea (Peter) Rhoades of Marinette, Wisconsin; brothers, Roger (Dorothy) Clause and Robert (Dena) Clause of Grand Junction, IA; sisters, Margene (Armen) Miller of Jefferson and Portland, Oregon, and Elizabeth (Eldon) Schroeder of Sioux City, IA; eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
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