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THE WILMORE NEWS, 25 April 1918
Obituary of FRANK JOHN ZELLEKEN
Frank John Zelleken was born in Baxter Springs, Kansas, November 3, 1875; died April 17, 1918, at his home near Wilmore, Kansas.

He is survived by his wife and son, Edward, his father, Ed Zelleken of Joplin, Missouri and four sisters, Mrs. Ed Dewyer and Mrs. Aurelia Morrow of Joplin, Mo., and Mrs. Ed Boquet and Mrs. Anna Comerford of Los
Angeles, California; one sister and one infant brother having passed away several years ago.

The funeral was conducted at the old home in Joplin by Brother Couch of the Central Christian Church, the Masons conducting the services at the cemetery. He was laid to rest in beautiful Mt. Hope cemetery where his mother, sister and infant brother were buried.

He was an earnest and faithful member of the Christian church of Wilmore and a member of the Masonic Lodge and also of the Consistory of Wichita.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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