Mary Louise (Schroeder) Noble



(April 4, 1860 - November 1, 1945)


The Lusk Herald
November 8, 1945


Mrs. Wm J. Noble Dies In Nebraska

Mrs. Wm. J. Noble, former resident south of Lusk and mother of William Intveen at Glenrock, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Anna Contois, in Clearwater, Nebraska, last Thursday.

The remains were brought to Lusk, and funeral services were held from St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Sunday, at 2:30 with Rev. Paul Schmidt officiating.

Music was furnished by a quartette of girls composed of Miss Lilette Klemke, Miss Harriet Heumier, Mrs. Ralph Lingwood and Miss Helen Klemke, and were accompanied by Miss Min Frosheiser. They sang "Asleep in Jesus" and "Nearer My God To Thee."

Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Peet Mortuary and interment was made in the Lusk cemetery beside her husband. Three sets of brothers, all long-time friends of the deceased, bore the remains to her last resting place. They were Menno and Henry Kaan, Walter and Otto Klemke and Pete and Andy Owens.

Mary Louise Schroeder was born in Mulhausen, Germany, on April 4, 1860, where she grew to young womanhood. In 1883, in company with her mother, she came to the United States. She married John Intveen on May 3, 1884. To them five children were born, three of whom survive. Her husband died in October, 1893. In October 1899, she was again married to Wm. J. Noble. To them two children were born, one having died in infancy.

The early years of Mrs. Noble's life were spent in Iowa and Nebraska. In 1871 the family moved to a homestead south of Lusk. Until the last few months she lived with her daughter in Laramie. She passed away at the home of her daughter in Clearwater, Neb.

She was preceded in death by her husband in May, 1939. She is survived by four children, William Intveen, Glenrock; Mrs. J. F. Contois, Clearwater; Mrs. Mary Hall, Laramie; Mrs. M.P. Popp, Laramie; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Out-of-town relatives here to attend the funeral services were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Owens and included Mr. and Mrs. Will Intveen of Glenrock, Mrs. Eadie Topp and children, Paul and Mary Lou, and Mrs. Mary Hall, all of Laramie.




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