The Lusk Herald
June 3, 1976
Pauline V. Fernau
Pauline V. Fernau, long time Lusk resident and wife of the late Harry Fernau, died at Casper Memorial Hospital Sunday. Funeral service was being held this Wednesday afternoon at the Peet Chapel at 2:00 with the Rev. Fred Bolinger and Lusk Rebecca Lodge officiating.
Mrs. Edna DeCastro organist was accompanying Tim Johnson as he sang: In the Garden" and "Precious Lord Take my Hand." Casket bearers were to be Kester Akers, Roscoe Kilmer, Ramon Jenkins, Lloyd Coleman, L. T. Bonner and Herb Klindt. Burial was to be in the Lusk Cemetery. Memorials have been established to the Heart Fund and Nursing Home.
Pauline V. Porter was born March 10, 1906, the daughter of James and Minnie Porter at Litchfield, Neb. She was one of 11 children. The family moved to Lance Creek and then the Lusk area in1922. She married Harry M. Fernau November 12, 1925. They were the parents of four children, Harry J.; Louise, Russell and Richard. The couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this past November.
Mrs. Fernau was very active in the community, being a member of the First Baptist Church of Lusk, Past Noble Grand of the Lusk Rebecca Lodge and Past Worthy Matron of Niobrara Chapter #26 Order of the Eastern Star. Never being employed outside the home, she was a loving wife and mother.
Survivors include two sons, Harry Jr., Lusk and Richard, Lovell: daughter Louise Niles, Cheyenne: 11 grandchildren : one great-grandson: seven sisters, Floy Douglas and Lola Blackmore, Alliance, Neb., Opal Yates, Mayme Cox and Enid Kraus, San Diego, Calif., Billie Clark, Lancaster, Calif. And Dorothy Hockett, Gillette.
She was preceded in death by her husband: son Russell: her parents: two brothers and one sister.
Bonita Doris Bartlett (November 7, 1920 - April 8, 2000)Elvin E. Bartlett (Date Unknown - September 3, 1973)Lola Anna Blackmore (November 13, 1902 - February 28, 1985)Theron Andrew Blackmore (July 5, 1906 - January 29, 1976)Tom Coffee (Date Unknown - August 4, 1967)Anna Christina Fernau (April 26, 1881 - January 22, 1969)Dale Edward Fernau (November 20, 1916 - February 15, 1986)Elizabeth Katherine Fernau (January 20, 1921 - August 17, 1983)Florence Henrietta Fernau (August 20, 1908 - May 26, 1925)George H. Fernau (October 5, 1899 - December 21, 1969)Harry John Fernau (October 15, 1926 - March 2, 2000)Harry Martin Fernau (November 8, 1904 - February 12, 1976)Henry John Fernau (April 6, 1900 - December 25, 1901)Isabelle Jeanetta Fernau (February 12, 1911 - October 16, 1916)Ivan Woodrow Fernau (December 12, 1912 - April 30, 1966)John Joseph Fernau (July 17, 1878 - May 11, 1931)Lloyd Frederick Fernau (November 21, 1914 - August 28, 1929)Margarete Martha Fernau (February 22, 1931 - January 15, 2002)Richard Delano Fernau (January 31, 1934 - January 27, 1987)Robert Lawrence Fernau (June 21, 1922 - July 23, 1976)Russell George Fernau (March 12, 1931 - January 28, 1971)Sally Lou Fernau (August 4, 1933 - May 1, 2010)Shirley May Fernau (January 14, 1930 - January 2, 2009)Walter Charles Fernau (June 3, 1919 - February 27, 2003)Shirley Coffee Heyl (April 19, 1929 - August 12, 1994)Donald P. Loebe (June 15, 1906 - January 22, 1955)Betty Ione Morgan (November 28, 1925 - January 26, 2013)Voyne Clayborn Morgan (March 12, 1920 - August 22, 2002)James S. Porter (October 2, 1871 - October 6, 1969)Thera A. Trabert (August 6, 1925 - September 11, 1993)
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