Christine Wall Bauder
Mrs. Andre Bauder Passes Away Monday
Christine Caroline Bauder was born Nov. 28, 1865 in southern Russia, by Balde,
about 80 miles north of Odessa. Receiving Holy baptism in her infancy she was
instructed in the doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ and confirmed at the proper
age. On Nov. 21, 1885 she was married to Mr. Andrew Bauder. It was the Rev.
Becker, a Lutheran pastor, who baptized, confirmed and performed her wedding
ceremony. On Nov. 21, 1935, they celebrated their golden wedding.
In May, 1889, the young couple with two
children, came to America and located northwest of Burlington on their present
farm, where they have lived over 50 years. Some years ago health condition
called for leaving the farm and for about five years they resided in Burlington.
For a number of years Mrs. Bauder has not
been well. About 14 days ago she got worse, and in addition, she took the flu,
which was too much for her feeble body. Tho she had the best of care under her
daughter Clara and those taking care of her, and continually under the doctor's
observation, she passed away Monday morning Jan. 3, at the age of 78 years, 1
month and 5 days.
To this union 13 children were born, two of
which preceded her in death. Those left to mourn are her faithful husband Andrew
Bauder, and Christine Hartl, Andrew Bauder, Christ Bauder, Kati Coad, Marie
Quiggle, William Bauder, Louise Quiggle, Ludwig Bauder, Carl Bauder, Bertha
Castle and Clara Bauder, who resided with her until death. There are also two
brothers, Wm. Wall and Gust Wall; 17 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
I see but dimly all Thy ways,
Nor may each purpose tell;
But This I know to wake my praise
Thou doest all things well.
The remains were laid to rest in Fairview Cemetery, Jan 5, with Rev. H.L.
The Call extends its sympathy to all who
mourn the departure of our friend and eastern Colorado pioneer