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Note for:   Greta Evelyn Scherbenske,   26 JAN 2011 -          Index

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     SCHERBENSKE Greta Birth 2011

The Jamestown Sun, ND
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Matthew and Ashley Scherbenske, Barnesville, Minn., are the parents of a daughter, Greta Evelyn Scherbenske, born Jan. 26, 2011, at Sanford Hospital, Fargo, N.D. She weighed 9 pounds, 4 ounces.

Grandparents are Tom and Gale Scherbenske, Jamestown, and Mitch and Sue Strege, Wyndmere, N.D.

Great-grandparents are Ray and June Batsch, Jamestown, and Clarence and Marie Draeger and Claude and Ann Strege, all Wyndmere.

Greta has a sister, Lucy.

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Note for:   Reinhold Ketterling,   20 FEB 1904 - 11 NOV 1988         Index

     Date:   15 NOV 1988
     Place:   Ashley City Cemetery/Ashley, ND

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Note for:   Otto A. Ketterling,   20 FEB 1904 - 25 NOV 1994         Index

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     DEATH: WISHEK -- Othelia Ketterling, 88, Wishek, died
April 11, 1997, in the Wishek retirement home.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St.
Andrews Lutheran Church, with burial in St.
Andrews Lutheran Cemetery, both at Zeeland.
She is survived by three sons, Arndt, Gerhardt and
Walter, all of Zeeland; one daughter, Sharon
Bollinger, Cold Springs, Minn.; four brothers,
Aaron, Isadoore, Art and Otto Meidinger, all of
Zeeland; and three sisters, Adeline Ketterling and
Loretta Newcomer, both of Wishek, and Meda Huepel,
Eureka, S.D. (Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Wishek)

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Note for:   Friedrich Sayler,   13 MAY 1860 - 23 JAN 1930         Index

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     Friedrich Sayler, in the year 1883, married Barbara Ganzle, born in the
year 1862. They had five children: Peter and Carolina died in infancy a
are buried in South Russia; Barbara, Kathrine and Jacob, before migrati
to America in the year 1889, Friedrich and his immediate family left
parents, brothers, sisters, and friends to search for a land of freedom
in religion. They left Neuzats, South Russia and came to Minno, South
dakota where they remained eight days. While there they purchased two
horses, two oxens, two cows, a wagon and a plow, which were shipped to
Eureka, South Dakota by train. The remainder of the trip was made by
wagon to Eureka to pick up their belongings. They went to the place they
homesteaded which is located six miles norhtwest of Wishek in Logan
County, Topwnship 133, Range 71, Section 32, school district Johannsdal
They brought lumber from Minno, South Dakota for the roof of their sod
house and some kitchen equipment. The children born in Norht Dakota were
William and Margret. Barbara (Ganzle) Sayler expired in the early age of
31 years on December 7, 1893. They were only here four years when she
died, leaving him with five small children, the oldest being nine and t
youngest less than a day. (Death certificate recorded at the state
capital). She is buried in Johannesdale Township, Section 28, North east
corner. the winters were very long and cold as the fuel for the stove
they used dried manure. The stove itself was built of stone and mud. The
crops were poor. All the planting was done by hand and the plowing wi
hand plow pulled by a pair of oxen. Prarie fires were not unusual and
often destroyed feed for the cattle. One day Friedrich and his son,
Jocob, went seeding and a young colt followed them. They tried chasi
home without success. The dog began chasing the colt and it ran over Mr.
Sayler, stepping on his back. He had several brusises, a broken rig, and
also received a blow to his head which left him unconsious for two days.
One of Mr. Sayler's greatest joys was attending prayer meetings and
revivals, shich were held in the homes. Friedrich Sayler remarried on
January 12, 1894 to Christina Werner, daughter of David Werner and
Philippina (Nagel) Werner, whom was born January 21, 1874. To this union
11 children were born; Henry, Edwar, Fred, Emma, Lydia, Martha, Bertha,
Christ, Albert, Ida, and Christina. The children and their families are
listed on the following pages. Friedrich Sayler expired January 23, 1930
and is buried in Wishek city Cemetery. David Werner, born October 20,
1842, died April 7, 1920. Philippina Werner, born January 12, 1844, died
October 11, 1926. Both are buried in the Herreid City Cemetery. Christi
Sayler lived to be over 107 years old. She lived at Wishek Retirement

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Note for:   Fred W. Thurn,   1 MAY 1915 - 2 JAN 1996         Index

     Date:   JAN 1996
     Place:   St. Luke Lutheran Cemetery/Wishek, ND

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Note for:   Edward Forderer,   10 FEB 1915 - 31 MAR 1993         Index

     Date:   3 APR 1993
     Place:   St. Luke Lutheran Cemetery/Wishek, ND

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Note for:   Eunice Sophie Dronen,   10 MAR 1920 - 8 MAY 2009         Index

     Date:   13 MAY 2009
     Place:   Highland Home Cemetery/Jamestown, ND

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Note for:   Doris Dorothy Dronen,   3 JAN 1924 - 25 NOV 1993         Index

     Date:   1 DEC 1993
     Place:   Ft. Snelling National Cemetery/Minneapolis, MN

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Note for:   DeWayne Albert Dronen,   30 MAR 1928 - 19 OCT 2005         Index

     Date:   25 OCT 2005
     Place:   Riverside Cemetery/Fargo, ND

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Note for:   Jay M. Dronen,   22 FEB 1930 - 2 SEP 2011         Index

     Date:   5 SEP 2011
     Place:   Highland Home/Jamestown, ND

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Note for:   Philip A. Carroll,   6 MAR 1926 - 9 MAR 2003         Index

     Date:   19 JUN 2003
     Place:   Ft. Snelling National Cemetery/Minneapolis, MN

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Note for:   Donald Elbert Farthing,   2 FEB 1914 - 3 NOV 1973         Index

     Date:   NOV 1973
     Place:   Highland Home Cemetery/Jamestown, ND