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Kathryn (Wunder) and Henry Jahn
Ferguson studio out of Denison
Page 231 of the Aspinwall Centennial book
HENRY AND KATHRYN JAHN
Henry Jahn, son of William and Kathryn (Lemster) Jahn, and Kathryn Wunder, daughter of John and Minnie Wunder, were married in 1911.
They started farming in section 35 in Hayes Township. Two children were born to them, a son John Paul and a daughter Helen. After being ill for a long time, Henry passed away at the home of his parents in 1915.

Kathryn's parents, John and Minnie Wunder, came to live with her and the children, and they continued farming for several years. They moved to Manning when her parents purchased a home on 2nd Street.

Kathryn was married to Edward Paesler of Manning June 14, 1924. They purchased a home on May Street. Kathryn was an officer of the American Legion Auxiliary for many years. She died at the Manning General Hospital August 13, 1936. She left to mourn, her husband, mother Minnie Wunder, a brother Harry Wunder, and son John Paul and daughter Helen. Edward Paesler died June 9, 1938 at Veterans Hospital in Des Moines.

Johnny and Helen attended the Manning schools. Johnny graduated in 1929 and Helen in 1931. Johnny spent his vacations working in the Manning Creamery. He attended Iowa State College where he graduated in Dairy Industries. He moved to Des Moines, was married, and was employed for many years by the Reed Ice Cream Company. Johnny and his wife Mildred built a home at 2215 39th Avenue. They have a daughter Nancy, who is married and has two sons, and they also live in Des Moines. Johnny is now retired.

Helen went to Des Moines where she graduated from nurse's training. She moved to Denver, Colorado where she was a registered nurse in a hospital there. She was married to Ray Pyle and they continued to live in Denver. Three children were born to them, two sons and a daughter. Helen was stricken with polio which left her handicapped, but she continued to work as a nurse in a doctor's office. A son was killed in a car accident. Ray has also passed away. Helen was stricken with a fatal heart attack and graveside services were held June 28, 1979 at Ft. Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado.