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Lincoln Daily Star, The | 1914-04-17
Oscar H. Hall, Waverly 23
Itha M. Schoonover, David City 22
Lincoln Daily News | 1915-11-26
Miss Grace Schoonover of David City has returned home after a visit of a few days with her sister, Mrs. O.H. Hall who lives near Lincoln.
Evening State Journal And Lincoln Daily News, The | 1922-11-04
PEOPLE YOU KNOW
Miss Grace Schoonover of Lincoln, has been appointed stenographer by Secretary of State D.M. Amsberry to fill a vacancy caused by the promotion of Miss Frances Sturmer to fill a vacancy in the position of deputy secretary of state.
Lincoln Star, The | 1933-08-04
N.U. SUMMER SCHOOL GRANTS DEGREES TO 232
Master of Arts
Harry Omer Schoonover
Lincoln | Nebraska State Journal, The | 1943-12-12
James M. Schoonover
James Marion Schoonover was born Dec. 30, 1859, in Mason county, Ill., and died Dec. 1, 1943, at Bryan Memorial hospital, just a month before he would have been 84. He was married July 7, 1885, to Barbara Adeline Howell at Virginia, Ill., and five children were born to them, all surviving their parents: Arthur E. and Gertrude of Lincoln, Harry O. of Minneapolis and Mrs. Itha Mae Hall of Lushton. Mrs. Schoonover died July 1, 1938, at the home in David City. On July 31 of the next year Mr. Schoonover married Mrs. Nettie Ann Briggs at Davenport, Ia., who survives him, with six grandchildren and a great granddaughter. Mr. Schoonover joined the Baptist church as a young man in Illinois, and all his life was a devoted student of the Scriptures. Funeral services were held Dec. 4 at David City, Rev. C. F. Stark of Lincoln officiating, and burial was in the town cemetery.
Lincoln Star, The | 1966-07-15
Deaths of 2 Apparently From Heat
Lincoln’s scorching heat wave has apparently claimed the lives of two elderly women.Ella g. Schoonover, 78, of 431 So. 12th, apt. C1, and her sister, Gertrude Schoonover, 72, of the same address, were found dead in ther bed Thursday morning.Deputy Sheriff Vince McNeil, who acted as sheriff’s coroner, said the women appparently died of heat stroke.Autopsies indicated that the older woman, died Tuesday night while the other died about 12 hours later.Ella Schoonover worked with the Back to the Bible program and Gertrude Schoonover was a retired school teacher.
Lincoln Star, The | 1966-07-16
SCHOONOVER-Ella Grace, 78, of 431 So. 12th, died Tuesday. Born
David City. Lincoln resident 47 years. Member Central Christian and Missionary Alliance. Retired employee of Back to the Bible broadcast. Survivors: brother, Harry of Minneapolis, Minn.; sister. Mrs. Oscar Hall of Waco. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday. Hodgman- Splaln's. 4040 A. Burial: David City, Rev. Theodore Epp.
SCHOONOVER—Gertrude. 72. 431 So. 12th, died Wednesday. Born
Illinois. Bookkeeper for Jacob North and Beatrice Foods. Lincoln resident 47 years. Member of Central Christian and Missionary Alliance. Survivors: brother, Harry of Minneapolis, Minn.; sister, Mrs. Oscar Hall of Waco. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday. Hodgman- Splaln's. 4040 A. Burial: David City. Rev. Theodore Epp.
Lincoln Evening Journal | 1975-02-01
HALL - Itha M., 83, York, died Friday. Survivors: sons, D. D. (Duane), Sterling, Kan., Harry E., St. Louis, Mo., Junior, York, Lyle, Bayard; 12 grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren; brother, Harry Schoonover, Minneapolis, Minn. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Metz Funeral Home, York. Graveside services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, Rosehill Cemetery, coin. Additional survivors: 13 grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren.