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8 March 1969
Funeral Card of AMELIA NUSS
Memorial Services for
MRS. AMELIA NUSS
Born: August 30, 1887, Russell County, Kansas
Departed: March 8, 1969, Great Bend, Kansas
Funeral Services Held at: American Evangelical Lutheran Emmanuel's Church, 
Milberger, Kansas Monday 10, 1969, 2:00 p.m.
Minister Officiating: The Rev. Emil Kuehn
Pallbearers: Tom Nuss, Leo Steinert, Roy Nuss, Vernon Steinert, Reuben 
Steinert, Paul Nuss.
Music: Duet: Johnny Karst and Mrs. Rudy Funk
Mrs. Arthur Karst, Organist
Interment: Fairview Cemetery, Galatia, Kansas
In Charge of Services: Cook & Weber Mortuary, Great Bend, Kansas
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack


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