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Carl P. Schick

Born  - Friday, October 30,1891

Elmwood, Cass County, Nebraska

Confirmed - Sunday, March 25, 1906

Saint Peter's Lutheran Church

Logan, Phillips County, Kansas

Married - Wednesday, November 26, 1919

Phillips County, Kansas

Died - Thursday, March 25,1965

Phillipsburg, Phillips County,  Kansas

Buried - Pleasant View Cemetery

Logan, Phillips County, Kansas


Buried - Pleasant View Cemetery - Logan, Kansas





Carl P. Schick, son of Jacob and Marie Schick, was born in Elmwood, Nebraska, October 31, 1891, and passed away on March 17, 1965 at Phillipsburg, Kansas after a lengthy illness, at the age of 73 years.

Mr. Schick came with his parents to Logan as a small child and resided on a farm north of Logan. He was baptized in the Lutheran Church as an infant and confirmed on March 25, 1906, at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Logan.

He was married November 26, 1919, to Martha Marie Fischli. To this union three children were born; Lee, Evelyn and Raymond. In 1926, he moved from north of Logan to his home in Norton County where he has since resided.

Mr. Schick was a devoted member of this congregation. He hardly missed the Sunday Worship services all his life long. When he had a major operation last spring, he was not able to walk, but he and his family came to church on Sundays with the help of Raymond. He supported the church faithfully as well as the work of World Missions.

He received the last Holy Communion on Monday evening, March 15th when the time of his departure was near. He had fought the good fight, he had finished the race, He had kept the faith in Jesus Christ all his life.

He was predeceased by his parents, 3 brothers, John, Albert and Richard, and one grandchild.

Those left to mourn his passing are: his wife, Martha, three children, Lee Schick, Mrs. Evelyn Kaiser, Phillipsburg, and Raymond Schick, Densmore, 7 grandchildren, 2 sisters, Mrs. Katherine Fisk, Colorado, Mrs. Pauline Hickman, Logan, one brother, Fred Schick, Logan, numerous nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends.


We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all our friends and relatives for cards, flowers, food and the memorial gifts. Also, for all the other kind expressions of sympathy at the time of the death and long illness of our husband, father and grandfather. May God bless each of you.

Mrs. Carl P. Schick

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schick and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schick

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kaiser and Family


Dearest Father, thou hast left us and your sweet face no more we'll see,

Till we meet in yonder City forever happy be.

Dearest Father, we must lay thee in the peaceful graves embrace,

But your memory will be cherished,

Till we see thy heavenly face.

Out of town relatives:


Mr. and Mrs. Alva Parker, Longmont, Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham, Norton; Mrs. Myrtle Fischli, Phillipsburg; Mrs. Mary Fischli, Covina, California; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fix, Stockton; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fischli, Phillipsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schick, Phillipsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Max Schick, Phillipsburg; Mrs. Chas. Shearer and sons, Hutchinson; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hickman, Englewood, Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fischli, Densmore; Harold Fischli, Densmore; Mrs. Pauline Hickman, Logan; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Becker and family, Mrs. Mollie Schick, Logan; Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Schick, Logan; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Blomenkemp, Alma; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruning, Logan; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shepherd, Hill City; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bretz, Norton; Mr.and Mrs. Art Bietz, Norton; Mrs. and Mrs. Rudy Radloff, Phillipsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Edgett, Phillipsburg; Ray Hollingshead, Phillipsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Glaum, Phillipsburg; Merina Hollingshead, Phillipsburg. 

Funeral Services were conducted Friday, March 19, 1965 at 2:00 p.m. at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Logan with the Rev. Louis Shim officiating. Musical selections of "Abide With Me"  and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" were sung by Mrs. Dan D. Bushnell and Mrs. Harold Brooks, accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Ruff.

Casket bearers were Max Schick, Harold Fischli, Lloyd Becker, Carlie Schick, Robert Fischli, and Floyd Fix.

Interment was in the Pleasant View Cemetery, Logan, Kansas.

Logan Republican


March 25, 1965




Wife - Martha (Fischli) Schick

Born -July 26, 1897- Kansas

Died  -October 21,1984



Veteran World IISon - Lee C. Schick

Born - April 10, 1922 - Kansas

Enlistment Date - October 10, 1942

Veteran World War 2

Died - April 1981

Johnson County,  Kansas

Daughter - Evelyn Pauline (Schick) Kaiser

Born -September 30, 1925


Son - Raymond Schick

Born  - June 18, 1938



Brother -  John Jacob Schick

Born - December 17, 1887 - Nebraska

Married -  March 1, 1911

Phillips County, Kansas

Wife - Albertina A. (Granlund) Schick


Brother -  Albert Peter Schick

Born - March 1889 - Nebraska

Married -  January 11, 1911

Phillips County, Kansas

Died - February 3, 1948

Buried - Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery

Logan, Phillips County, Kansas

Wife - Mollie A. (Jaenicke) Schick

Born -December 1888 - Kansas

Father - Richard Jaenicke

Mother - Amelia Janicke

Daughter - Martha P. Schick

Born - 1912 - Kansas

Son- Carl F. Schick

Born - October 13, 1913 - Kansas

Daughter - Maxine M. Schick

Born - 1915 - Kansas

Daughter - LaVergne L. Schick

Born - 1915 - Kansas


Sister - Catherine Gertrude (Schick) Fisk

Born - May 1890


Sister - Pauline (Schick) Hickman

Born - February 25,1894 - Kansas

Married -  February 25, 1920

Phillips County, Kansas

Died - October  1976

Husband - George Gaylon Hickman

Born - April 4, 1890 - Eden, Atchison County, Kansas
Died - March 22, 1946

Son- Edwin Hickman

Born - 1924 - Kansas

Son- Robert Hickman

Born - 1926 -Kansas

Daughter - Eulla Hickman

Born - 1928 - Kansas


Brother -  Richard Julius Schick

Born - October 26, 1896 - Kansas


Brother Frederick Schick

Born - July 17,1898



Father - Jacob J. Schick

Mother - Marie (Strodtbeck) Schick


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