Arial view of Ron Heim (Henry Heim) homestead.
Picture taken by Fred Freytag,
3-17-02 at Henry Heim Farm (Ron Heim Farm) looking west.
Wuster Cousins Reunion in 1988
at the Joe Dappen home in Lincoln, NE. Back row; Merle Stalder (Erva),
Leon Dappen (Dorothy), Glen Sandoz (Ruth), Middle Row: Gary and
Andrew Wuster (Milton), Alice Kay Koba and Alta Breunsback (Dorothy),
Front Row: Rodney Wuster (Dwight), Joseph and Robert Dappen (Dorthy),
and David Wuster (Joseph). Also attending were many of the second
and a few of the third cousins. Thomas F. Wuster and Maggie Heim
were married March 7, 1901. Eight children were born to this union:
Erva, who married Ralph Stalder, with two children Merle and Millicent
from a former marriage. Ruth, who married Albert Sandoz to whom
Alta, Glen and Alice Kay were born. Fred who married Nettie LaSeck,
no children. Dorothy, who married Ted R. Dappen to whom Joseph,
Robert, Ardis, Gene, Leon and Lois were born. Joseph, who married
Virginia Hines whom David and John were born. Milton who married
Irene Schneidewind to whom Andrew and Gary were born. Dwight who
married Lilah Wachtler and adopted Rodney. Pauline, who died at
birth. Erva and Dwight survive. Dwight and Erva are deceased now
but were alive when the picture was taken...
Jay Hickey views the massive beam construction
inside bank barn in Dawson on Art Heim's farm.
The first sidewalk square in the historical
walk from the village of Dawson, Nebraska to the Heim Cemetery.
See story on cemetery page.
Mrs. Marie Clark, life long resident of the
Dawson community and daughter of Auxiliary President. Mrs. Marie
Clark and Mr. Henry A. Georgi, retired post master of Dawson, and
a Pennsylvania colony member, discuss the old hand poured sidewalk
from the village to the Heim cemetery seen over the hill in the
background. Both are since deceased and are resting peacefully in
the cemetery to the north.