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Rita Bappe Holmes ames-iowa-bappe@comcast.net

William Peter Bappe was born on June 5, 1863 in rural Wiota, IA. He died on October 23, 1934 in Anthon, IA. He Died of heart failure (enlarged heart and high blood pressure). He was buried in Graceland Park Cemetery, Sioux City, IA. He Obituary. William P. Bappe Died Oct. 12, 1934

Funeral services for William P. Bappe, 70, a resident of Woodbury County for more than 50 years who died Tuesday night in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Gerald Thompson (Bessie) of Anthon, will be held at 2:30 this afternoon in the Nelson-Berger Chapel. Rev. Mr. Hiller of Correctionville will officiate and the internment will be in Graceland Park Cemetery.
Mr. Bappe edited the Yorktown Independent at Yorktown, Iowa, and the Lawton Journal at Lawton, Iowa, for many years. Failing eyesight forced him to abandon his journalistic career and he became a mason. He retired from that trade about 12 years ago. Mr. Bappe was born in Atlantic [actually Wiota] June 9, 1864, and came to Woodbury County in 1883.
Surviving Mr. Bappe are three sons, Justin of Sioux Rapids, Iowa, and Bazel and Victor of Correctionville, two daughters, Ina of Sioux City, and Mrs. Thompson (Bessie) of Anthon, two sisters, Mrs. F.W. (Ella) Johnson of Moville and Miss Julia Bappe of Lawton, two brothers Henry Bappe of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and John Bappe of Lawton and three grandchildren. He and his family lived on a farm near Lawton, IA (at Stone's Grove), then moved to Mississippi, then to Lawton where he printed the Lawton Journal, then to Correctionville, IA.

He was married to Rosella Mae Marr on September 6, 1893. Rosella Mae Marr was born on February 14, 1872 in James, Iowa. She died on April 12, 1913 in Correctionville, IA. She was buried in Graceland Park Cemetery, Sioux City, IA. She Obituary. Mrs. Will Bappe Is Called Home, April 14, 1913

Mrs. Wm Bappe, a former resident of this place, but who for the past year and a half had resided at Correctionville, passed away at her home in that city on last Friday evening. She was 41 years of age.
Rosella Mae Marr was born at James, Iowa, on February 14, 1872. When 18 months old her parents moved to Brookhaven, Mississippi. On Sept 6, 1893, she was united in marriage to Mr. Wm Bappe at Brookhaven, Mississippi. Shortly after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Bappe moved to Iowa. To this union were born six children, who with their father survive. They are: Justin, Eva, Ina, Bazil, Bessie, and Victor.
Mrs. Bappe was converted at the age of 16, and became a member of the M.E. Church, and remained a faithful member to the end. She was a woman who never hesitated to go out of her way to help another in need. She was a loving wife and mother and her last request to her loved ones was that they meet her in heaven. Sympathy goes out to the motherless children.
Vain is the attempt to measure the loss of a mother to her children, for there is no love like mother love. We believe the tender care devoted to those nearest and dearest, went with her to the better land, and in the possibilities of eternity, may be needed here after.
Besides her husband and children, deceased is survived by her mother and father, two brothers and one sister, all residing at Brookhaven, Mississippi. The funeral was held last Monday, and the remains taken to Moville and interment made in the cemetery at that place. {Later the remains were moved to Graceland Cemetery in Sioux City.} William Peter Bappe and Rosella Mae Marr had the following children:

+20 i. Justin A. Bappe (born on June 28, 1895).
21 ii. Eva May Bappe was born on March 14, 1897 in Moville, IA. She died on January 22, 1919 in F.W. Johnson home in Banner Twp, Woodbury Co., IA. She was buried in Graceland Park Cemetery, Sioux City, IA. She Died of influenza complicating asthma. She was a school teacher in rural school 6 miles NE of Lawton, IA. She Obituary. Death of Young Lady January 22, 1919

Eva Mae Bappe passed away on Wednesday January 22, 1919, at the home of her aunt Mrs. F.W. (Ella) Johnson in Banner Township, after a few days' illness of pneumonia following influenza.
The funeral was held Friday afternoon, when services were conducted at the home of her aunt, and at Graceland Chapel by Rev. W.D. Jones, pastor of the Lawton Presbyterian Church. The love and esteem of which Miss Bappe was held by the patrons of the school which she taught was manifest by the large number who attended the funeral and by the beautiful floral tributes.
Eva Mae Bappe was born near Moville, Iowa, on March 14, 1877, and died January 22, 1919, aged 22 years, 10 months and 8 days. She has left to mourn her departure her father William P. Bappe, two sisters, Ina and Bessie, and three brothers, Justin, Bazel, and Victor all of Correctionville, Iowa. Never married.
+22 iii. Ina Laurine Bappe (born on January 25, 1899).
+23 iv. Bazel Lloyd Bappe (born on April 8, 1901).
+24 v. Bessie Floyd Bappe (born on April 8, 1901).
+25 vi. Victor Rollin Bappe (born on November 21, 1907).

 


 

Goldie Woodson Brown

Mrs Paul Jones Sr.
Mrs Paul Jones Sr., 83, 303 38th St. Place, died Monday in Sunrise Manor after a long illness. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Nelson-Berger Northside Chapel. The Rev. Charles E. Mason of the First United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Logan Park Mausoleum. Mrs. Jones, the former Goldie Woodson Brown, was born Nov. 30, 1898, at Smithland, Iowa. She graduated from Smithland High School and attended Morningside College. She taught in rural schools for two years. She married Paul Jones April 28, 1919 and had lived in Sioux City since 1920. Mrs. Jones was a member of the First United Methodist Church and the WSCS of the church, a member and past officer of Chapter GZ PEO and past president of the Delphian Literary  Society. She was involved in leadership of the Girl Scouts for several years. During World  War II she was active in the Gray Ladies of the American Red Cross. A memorial has been established in her name with the First United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Paul D. Jr. and Feldman F., both of Sioux City; a daughter, Fanchon Jones Bosma of Denver, Colo.; two sisters, Verna Phelps of Montrose, Colo. and Masel Martin of Cottage Grove, Ore.; two brothers, George Brown of Holstein, Iowa and Ben Brown of Cochise, Ariz. ; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

 


Paul Beeson

WASHTA, Iowa - Paul "Darrell" Beeson, 83, of Washta died Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2000, at Cherokee Villa in Cherokee, Iowa, following a brief illness.  Services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic Church in Quimby, Iowa, with Monsignor Mark Duchaine officiating. Burial will be in Anthon Cemetery, Anthon, Iowa. Visitation will be 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, with a prayer service at 7 p.m. and a rosary at 7:30 p.m., at Greenwood Funeral Home in Cherokee.  Mr. Beeson was born May 3, 1917, in Woodbury County, Iowa, the son of Paul and Mabel (Coon) Beeson. He attended school in Washta and graduated from Washta High School in 1934.  He married Olive Dessel on June 4, 1938, in Cherokee. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, stationed in the Hawaiian Islands and Saipan in the South Pacific. Following his discharge, he was employed at the lumberyards in Washta, Marcus and Eagle Grove, Iowa. He went into the Standard Oil business in 1939, retiring in 1975. He also drove school bus for Willow Community Schools, retiring in 1982.  He was a charter member of Knights of Columbus and American Legion. He served on the Washta Fire Department and was a member of Washta Town Council for 15 years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, sports and cars.  Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Patricia Meyers and her fiancee, Jerome Hentz of Fort Worth and Mary and her husband, William Larson of Cherokee; six grandchildren, Larry and Paul Meyers, Sheryl Kolb, Stacey Prokop, Teresa Friedrichson and Heather Larson; 11 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Beulah Cook of St. Paul, Neb.  He was preceded in death by a son, Thomas, and a brother in infancy

 


 

Mrs. Nora Byers (Sioux City Journal, 13 Nov 1936, 11) Mrs. Nora Byers, 40, 511 West Fifth street, died Thursday afternoon in a Sioux City hospital following a brief sickness. Mrs. Byers was born August 20, 1896 in Canton, Ill., and had been a resident of Sioux City for 14 years. She was a member of St. Boniface Catholic church. Surviving are her widower, Walter R. Byers; three daughters, Mrs. L. H. Chase, Mrs. V. J. Thompson, and Miss Joanna Byers, all of Sioux City; three sons, L. C., W. H. and Jesse Byers, all of Sioux City; her mother, Mrs. Laura Kinder; two brothers, Charles and Foster Kinder, and a sister, Mrs. Pearl Lomax, all of whom live in Missouri. The body is at Perasso Bros. Funeral home pending the completion of funeral arrangements.


Correctionville News, September 1915: Nina Blake was born November 9, 1828, in Virginia and died at her home in Correctionville September 1, 1915, at the age of 86 years, 10 months, and 20 days. In 1856 she was united in marriage to James Coon, who preceded her to the grave January 21, 1897. To them were born nine children, two sons and seven daughters. They are Reese and George Coon, Mrs. Thomas Clark, Mrs. John Kenyon, Mrs. Alice Wright, Mrs. Sarah Patterson, all of Correctionville; Ms. John Clark of Sturgis, Canada, Mrs. Mary Garrett of Sioux City, and Mrs. Emma Conklin who preceded her mother to the great beyond. When a young woman she joined the United Brethren church. She was a kind and loving mother and friend, and besides her children, leaves to mourn her loss a large host of relatives and friends. The funeral was held Friday, September 3rd, services being held on the lawn at the home of the departed. The remains were laid to rest in the Correctionville Cemetery, the services being in charge of Rev. J. A. Campbell, pastor of the United Evangelical Church.

 

 

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