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OBITUARY, Correctionville News, August 1971: Funeral services for Melvin H. Lage, 59, of Marcus, who passed away Tuesday, August 17, 1971, at a Cherokee hospital were held at 10:30 a.m. August 20, 1971, at Peace Luteran Church in Marcus with Rev. Henry Frierrich officiating.  Graveside services and interment were at 1:30 p.m. at the Holstein Cemetery.  Melvin Lage was born January 21, 1912, at Cushing and attended schoool in the Cushing area.  On March 4, 1936, he was married to Dorothy Smith in Sioux City.  He farmed near Correctionville until moving to Marcus in 1941.  He was employed at the ASC office in Cherokee and for the last 7 years by Sands Seed Co. of Marcus.  Survivors include the widow, 2 sons, James N. of Pocahontas and Donald R. at home, a daughter Mrs. Jack (Sharon) Dawson of Phoenix, 4 grandchildren, his mother, Mrs. Rose Lage of Marcus, 3 sisters, Mrs. Grant Bullock of Des Moines, Mrs. Alfred Armiger of Waverly and Mrs. Douglas Carnes of Northfield, and a brother, Terrence of Madison, SD

 


 

MARCUS, Iowa - Dorothy B. Lage, 88, of Marcus died Tuesday, March 6, 2001, at Heartland Care Center in Marcus. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Peace Lutheran Church in Marcus, with the Rev. James Gruber officiating. Graveside services will be 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Holstein Cemetery, Holstein, Iowa. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, with a prayer service at 7:30 p.m., at the church.  Arrangements are under the direction of Armstrong Funeral Home in Anthon, Iowa.  Mrs. Lage was born June 20, 1912, near Anthon, the daughter of Carl and Florence (Coon) Smith. She was raised in the Anthon area.  She married Melvin Lage on March 4, 1936, in Sioux City. The couple made their home in Marcus for 50 years. Her husband died Aug. 17, 1971. She lived in Moville, Iowa, from 1990 until entering Heartland Care Center in June 1998.  She was a member of Peace Lutheran Church.  Survivors include two sons and their wives, James and Betty of Mesa, Ariz., and Donald and Joann of Omaha; a daughter and her husband, Sharon and Jack Dawson of Mesa; seven grandchildren, Lori Mitchell, Jodi Elmore, Kristi Wilkinson, Kent Dawson, Mike Lage, Mandi Buel and Jason Lage; 10 great-grandchildren; a sister and her husband, Evelyn and Charles Fortner of Brazil, Ind.; a sister-in-law, Lois Smith of Ida Grove, Iowa; and several nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by a grandson, Jeffery Lage; three brothers, Wilbur, Donald and Raymond; and four sisters, Lila Livermore, Mildred Forch, Vera Fisher and Bonnie Phillips


Correctionville News, 18 Jan 1962, page 1:  Walter Lahann, son of Hans and Lena Lahann, was born November 26, 1894 at Correctionville, Iowa, and passes away Jan 6, 1962, at Rochester, MN.  He was a lifelong resident of the Correctionville area.  Mr. Lahann served with the American Expeditionary Forces in France in World War I and was a charter member of the Mumford-Moon Legion Post of Correctionville.  He was united in marriage to Ruth Ashmore on February 25, 1920, at Sioux City.  For 25 years he operated a Chrysler-Plymouth garage in Correctionville, retiring from active business life in 1951.  He joined the Evangelical United Brethren Church on April 9, 1950, and served as a trustee for the church.  Mr. Lahann had entered the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, for a checkup and died unexpectedly Saturday, January 6, 1962, in a Rochester hotel.  He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother and a sister, Mrs. Mary Fennel.  Survivors include the widow, Ruth, a sister, Mrs. Anna Barber of Orlando, FL, 2 brothers, Herman of Anaheim, CA, and Henry of Great Falls, MT.  Funeral services were held Wednesday, January 10, 1962, at 1:30 p.m. in the Evangelical United Brethren Church with Rev. W. Ray Thompson officiating.  Burial was in the Correctionville Cemetery under direction of Wilson-Hull Funeral Home.

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Correctionville News, 5 February 1986, page 3:  Mrs. Ruth Lahann, 85, of Correctionville died January 25, 1986 in Colonial Manor Nursing Home, Correctionville, after a long illness.  Services were held Tuesday, January 28, in the Assembly of God Church in Correctionville.  Rev. Kermit Gladfelter of the United Methodist Church officiated.  Music was furnished by Leona Harder, Rick Lester and Julie Henderson.  Pallbearers were Steve Hunwardsen, James Cunningham, Gary Bollmeyer, John Jacobs, Sr., Bob Hansen, all of Correctionville, and Rob Hullinger of Sioux City.  Burial was in the Correctionville Cemetery under direction of Barker Funeral Home.  Mrs. Lahann, the former Ruth Ashmore, daughter of C.O. and Jennie (Coon) Ashmore, was born January 9, 1901, near Correctionville.  She married Walter Lahann on February 25, 1920, in Sioux City.  She was a member of the United Methodist Church.  Survivors include ten nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, one sister and three brothers.

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Correctionville News, 2 May 1957, page 1:  John Lahann, 65, long time resident of Cushing, died suddenly Friday evening, April 19, 1957, at his home following a heart attack.  Funeral services were held in the Correctionville E.U.B. Church Tuesday, April 23, 1957, at 2 p.m. with Rev Boyd Zoeller officiating.  Burial was in the Correctionville Cemetery.  Mr. Lahann was born September 6, 1891, at Avoca, IA.  When a infant he moved to the Correctionville Community with his parents, Hans and Lena Lahann.  He was united in marriage to Bessie Ashmore on November 3, 1915.  Then farmed near Correctionville until 1922 when he became the local agent for the Standard Oil Company in Correctionville.  In 1928 they moved to Cushing where he operated a trucking service and later worked as a carpenter.  He was agent for Socony Mobile Company from 1942 until his retirement September 1, 1956.  During his residence in Cushing, Mr. Lahann drove a school bus for 24 years and was town assessor for many years.  He was a member of the Evangelical U. B. Church at Correctionville.  Surviving are his widow, 1 sister, Mrs. G. F. Barber of Orlando, Fl, 3 brothers, Herman of Anaheim, CA, Henry of Great Falls, MT, and Walter of Correctionville, and many nieces and nephews.

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Correctionville News, 3 December 1975:  Mrs. John Lahann, 79, of Correctionville died November 25, 1975, in a Sioux City hospital after a short illness.  Services were held at 10:30 a.m. November 29 in the United Methodist Church in Correctionville.  The Rev. Matt Leach officiated and burial was in the Correctionville Cemetery with Barker Funeral Service of Correctionville in charge.  The organist, Mrs. Lawrence Camarigg, played the following selections:  "How Great Thou Art" and "Beyond the Sunset".  Pallbearers were great nephews:  Steve Hunwardsen, Bobby Hansen, David Ashmore, Philip Sevening, Gary Bollmeyer, and Jim Cunningham.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rowse and Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs took care of flowers.  Cars were arranged by Gerald Flemming.  Mrs. John Lahann, the former Bessie Ashmore, was born August 31, 1896, the daughter of Carroll Omar Ashmore and Jennie Coon Ashmore.  She was married to John Lahann November 3, 1915, at Ida Grove, Iowa.  They farmed in the Correctionville vicinity until 1935 when they moved into Cushing.  She was preceded in death by her husband, John, in April 1951 and brothers Clifford and Howard.  Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Ruth Lahann, and one brother, Fred Ashmore, both of Correctionville and a number of nieces and nephews.

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