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-- Obituaries --

SOURCE: "History of the Catholic Church In Indiana"-- by Charles Blanchard, 1898  
{via Dearborn County Mail List}

JOHN KLUEBER, Jr. proprietor of a popular clothing house in Aurora, Ind., is a son of John and Antonia (Matin) Klueber, and was born in Aurora, March 8, 1858. He attended the parochial schools until he attained the age of thirteen years, then for five years worked in a cooper shops; then he began work for Joseph Meyer in the capacity of clerk, at Aurora, in 1875, and continued with that gentleman until 1885, when he opened up his present business, March 30, putting in a small stock of clothing, and has met with marked success. Mr. Klueber has been, indeed, very prosperous, and is now a stockholder in and vice-president of the Aurora Tool works. He was married February 23, 1886, to Miss Carolina Frank, a daughter of Vincent and Margaret Frank, of Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. Klueber have five children, viz: Pauline, Evaline, Lenora, Carolina and Ottilia, all members of the church of the Immaculate Conception. Mr. Klueber is also a member of Aurora commandery, No. 232, Knights of St. John, and of St. Joseph and St. George Benevolent societies, and is very liberal in his contributions to the support of his church and in aid of these sodalities. He is affable and attentive to the needs of his patrons, never misrepresents the quality of his goods, and in consequence has met with the success he so well merits.

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