Iowa Old Press
Rock Valley Bee
Friday, November 9, 1934
PAUL GROENEWEG PASSED AWAY
Paul Groeneweg, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Groeneweg passed away in the Hull
hospital Saturday morning following an illness of less than a week. He was
taken sick with appendicitis while husking corn Monday morning of last week.
He went home and seemed to feel better, but later became worse, and was
taken to the hospital in Hill Wednesday. There it was found that he had a
ruptured appendix, and that he was in a critical condition. An operation was
performed to drain his system from the poison that had gone through him, but
it was too late to save him.
Paul was born near Rock Valley April 27, 1915, and all his life was spent in
Rock Valley and vicinity. He had a number of friends here who regret his
He leaves to mourn his parents and five brothers, Leonard, John, Simon,
Walter and Albert, and three sisters, Mrs. H. Van Ginkel, and Rena and Lyda
Funeral services were held in the Old Reformed Church in Rock Valley Tuesday
afternoon and the remains were taken to Valley View Cemetery. The services
were largely attended.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for
their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our son and
brother. Your kindness is very much appreciated.
~Mr. and Mrs. B. Groeneweg and Children
DISTRICT COURT NEWS OF SIOUX COUNTY
Declarations of Intention (first papers) were issued to: John Benedickt
Seiwereth, Hawarden; and Elsie Seiwerath, Hawarden.
The final report of Wm. Wissink, executor of the estate of Arend Wissink,
deceased, was approved by the Court, he was discharged and the estate
An order was issued authorizing M. D. Gibbs, receiver of the Bank of
Granville, to make a compromise of the E. C. Lehnert note of $2,200.00 for
$1,952.72 and receiver was further authorized to accept F.F.M.C. bonds and
to sell them for cash as the market price.
A marriage license was issued to George E. Briggs, Humboldt, Iowa, and
Nellie D. Lohr, Orange City.
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