She took great joy working in her flower and vegetable garden.The family remembers the wonderful German meals she prepared.In 1932, they moved to a farm in Hyde County, where they resided until 1978, when she and Emil moved into Highmore.She began teaching again in 1943 and taught in rural schools in Hyde County until her retirement in 1967. She was an active member of Our Savior Lutheran Church and always a willing participant. Knippling, Chamberlain; 14 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one sister, Luella Palmer, Sioux City, Iowa; and one brother, Jim Palmer, Riverside, California.
Afterward he was appointed judge advocate of the Army and assigned to the division of Missouri and Arkansas during the reconstruction, as was afterward circuit and supreme judge in Arkansas.She continued to be able to garden by convincing her land lord to let her put a small garden in the apartment lawn. Preceded in death by: parents, 1 sister, 3 brothers, infant daughter.Kathryn suffered a stroke and moved to Kelly's Assisted Living in July of 2000. [Survivor information omitted for privacy] [From the memorial leaflet Contributed by Jacque Mc Donnell] JOHN E.She was united in marriage to Emil Auch on March 8, 1927, at Yankton. The celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in March, 1977.She and her family lived at Lesterville a year and in the spring of 1928 moved to Harrold.