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Re: Emil Stanke -- circumstances of death (1938)
Posted by: Jerri Strombeck (ID *****8880) Date: January 25, 2011 at 03:05:15
In Reply to: Emil Stanke -- circumstances of death (1938) by John Reeder of 227

Idaho Statesmen 10/4/1914

STANKE-ZEUGE-- Emil Stanke and Miss Martha Zeuge, both of Boise, were married by Justice of the Peace Bower in his rooms at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, October 3, 1914. The bridal couple was attended by Miss Louise Zeuge and Edward Greider.

Idaho Statesman, 9/10/1908

This is a long article about Louis Jauernig being arrested for the murder. The last paragraph states:

Emil Stanke, the first man arrested in connection with the Simmons murder, who was taken into custody in Nebraska last Monday, has been released on the advice of Sheriff Lane. It has been learned that Stanke was never in this section.

Go to See if you can get a one-day pass. There are numerous articles about the murders of August Stanke and Simmons.

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