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Source: The Dixon Evening Telegraph newspaper, 13 March 1911, page 1:

Paul Odenthal Died Saturday
Demise was the result of hemorrhages of the heart

Paul Odenthal, aged 25 years, died Saturday Evening at his home on Dixon Avenue from an illness of hemorrhages of the heart of several weeks. Besides his wife and little daughter, he leaves his father and mother, four sisters and six brothers. They are Mrs. Chris Parker, Cramer, Neb.; Mrs. W. J. Walters, Theo Odenthal, Miss Christina Odenthal, Columbus, Neb.; Mrs. Elmer Lower, Rochelle; and Joseph, John, Philip, Will and Fred of Dixon. Mr. Odenthal was an employee of the shoe factory.

Funeral services will be had on Tuesday morning at 10:00 o'clock and interment will be in Oakwood Cemetery.

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OWENS, HARRY E., 4041 Wyoming St., Thursday, July 26, 1956. Dear husband of Nellie F. Owens (nee Outman), dear father of Harriett Atteberry, Milton E., Shirley Ullrich, Bernice Jones, William and Michael Owen, dear brother of Mary Moxley and Edna Spilker, dear brother-in-law, father-in-law, grandfather and uncle. Mr. Owens at KRIEGSHAUSER'S.

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Services for Mrs. Harry E. Owens, the former Nellie Outman of De Soto, were held Monday, April 21, at Lafayette Park Methodist Church, St. Louis. Burial was in Park Lawn. Arrangements were directed by McLaughlin Funeral Home.

Mrs. Owens, who resided at 3888 Utah, St. Louis, died April 18. She was born April 4, 1900 at Valles Mines, youngest daughter of James L. and Anne Roberts Outman.

Following gradustion from De Soto High School in 1919, she taught school at the former Seemel and Rush Tower schools. After her marriage to Harry E. Owens in 1923, they resided in St. Louis. Mr. Owens, an electrician, died about 20 years ago.

Mrs. Owens was a retired employee of the Aeronautical Chart Plant, Defense Mapping Agency, St. Louis.

She leaves two sons and two daughters, William Owens, San Francisco, Calif., Michael, St. Louis County, Mrs. Shirley Ullrich, Glencoe and Mrs. Berniece Jones, Charlotte, NC., and a step-son and step-daughter, Milton Owens, St. Louis and Mrs. Harriett Atterbury, Warrenton.

Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Duker and Mrs. Lela Helton, St. Louis, a brother, Clyde Outman, Sappington and several nieces, nephews and other relatives.

Mrs. Owens was a sister of the late Mrs. Minnie Norris and Harry, Frank and Leonard Outman. Her mother was a sister of the late Mrs. T. B. (Aunt Nell) Maness, formerly of De Soto, who died in St. Louis at age 102 years.

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William Love Owens, 62

William Love Owens, 62, of Palm Desert died June 29, 1997, at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage.

He was born Nov. 12, 1934, to Nellie Outman and Harry Owens in St. Louis.

He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers for 20 years.

Survivors include his companion of 43 years, Ralph Nellgebauer of Palm Desert; three sisters, Harriet Attebery of Warrenton, Mo., Shirley Owens of San Marcos and Bernice Owens Jones of Charlotte, N.C.; and a brother, Michael Owens.

Private services are under the direction of Palm Springs Mortuary in Cathedral City.

The family suggests donations be made to the AIDS Assistance Program, P. O. Box 4133, Palm Springs, CA 92253.

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