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  1. Alvin Arnold Hipschman: Birth: 18 AUG 1901 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 26 JUN 1956

  2. Louise L. Hipschman: Birth: 29 AUG 1903 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 17 OCT 1998 in Salem, South Dakota, Colonial Manor Nursing Home

  3. Albert Hipschman: Birth: 9 JUN 1905. Death: 26 APR 1972

  4. Henry W. "Heinie" Hipschman: Birth: 7 MAY 1907 in McCook County, SD. Death: 15 APR 1959 in Salem, South Dakota

  5. Margaret Hipschman: Birth: 29 JUN 1912. Death: APR 1986

a. Note:   Mrs. Elizabeth Hipschman died at the family home on Sunday morning, after being critically ill for months. She had been an invalid for many years and during the last two years of her life was bedfast. The funeral was on Tuesday in St. Mary's Catholic church. The solemn requiem mass was sung by Rt. Rev. B. Weber, assisted by Rev. Donald Liepold and Rev. U.J. Rodenbur, of Webster. Active pallbearers were Henry Gottlob, Edward Kolbeck, Raymond Fendrich, Matt Schmitt, Edgar Sabers and McKinley Barnhart. Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery. Elizabeth Engel, daughter of Arnold and Mary Engel, was born on March 21, 1877 in Carroll county, Iowa. The family moved to Dakota Territory in 1881 and her father homesteaded northeast of Salem, SD on what is now known as the Kirkendall place. She received her education in the rural schools of the district and on November 27, 1900 was married to Henry Hipschman in this city by Rev. B. Weber. From the time of their marriage they made their home in Salem, first in an apartment in the building that stood on the present site of the Regale theater, and since May 1, 1907 in the present family home. Mr. Hipschman died on April 4, 1944. Last winter she suffered a paralytic stroke and during the months intervening between then and her death she had numerous other strokes. She is survived by three sons, Alvin, Albert W. and Henry W., all of Salem, SD; two daughters, Louise and Margaret, and eight grandchildren, all of Salem; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Sullivan of Chicago, Illinois; Mrs. Mary McElligott of Ryan, Iowa; Mrs. Sophie McGinnis of Montrose, SD; two brothers, Frank Engel of Montrose, SD; and Peter Engel of Tumwater, Washington; Glenn White had made his home with the family for more than 20 years last past, except for about three years in military service during the recent war. Four brothers preceded her in death. Out of town relatives attending the funeral services were Mrs. Anna Sullivan of Chicago, Illinois who had been here for some time assisting in caring for Mrs. Hipschman; Mrs. Sophie McGinnis, of Montrose, SD; Mr. and Mrs. James McElligott and family, of Ryan, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Baker, Mrs. Susan Gusie, all of Sioux Falls, SD; Mr. and Mrs. Al Mentele, of Canova, SD. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.