Leavenworth County, Kansas Obituaries

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OBITUARY SURNAMES: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Obituary with surnames BRADFORD submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 1, 1951
Funeral services for infant Charles F. Bradford, Jr., eight and one half months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Bradford, Sr., will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Davis Funeral Church. The Re. Duncan E. McGregor, pastor of the Evangelical United Bretheren Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames BENNETT submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 1, 1951
Funeral Services for Robert Bennett, 57, a World War 1 veteran who died Friday at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital, Wadsworth, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Wadsworth Chapel. The Rev. Archel Meridith, Protestant chaplain, will officiate. Interment will be in the Wadsworth Cemetery. The Larkin Funeral Home is in charge of the services.

Obituary with surnames MARPLE, SINGLETON, TROWER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 1, 1951

Mary Carolina Trower, 72, was Leavenworth Native

Funeral services are planned tomorrow for Mrs. Mary Carolina Trower, 72, a native of Leavenworth. She died Saturday at the hom of a daughter, Mrs. Lee Singleton of Liberty, Mo.

Mrs. Trower had lived most of her life at Winchester. About 15 years ago she moved to Liberty.

Besides her daughter she is survived by her husband, T.W. Trower of the home at Liberty; another daughter, Mrs. Clyde Marple, Topeka; and a son, W.C. Trower of the home.

Services will be at 11 o'clock Tuesday at the Church-Archer Chapel at Liberty and at 1:30 O'clock at the Hebron Baptist Church at Winchester.

Obituary with surnames TOLBERT submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 1, 1951

Mark Tolbert, Piper Resident, Died Saturday

Mark Tolbert, 61, RR1, Piper, died Saturday at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital, Wadsworth. Born Aug 7, 1889, in Leavenworth County he was a son of Henry and Margaret Tolbert. He was a veteran of World War 1.

Mr. Tolbert is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Tolbert, and one son, James Tolbert, both of the home.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday Afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Wadsworth Chapel. The Rev. Archel Meridith, Protestant chaplain, will officiate. Interement will be in the Wadsworth Cemetery. The Larkin Funeral Home is in charge of the service.

Obituary with surnames BERG, CARROTHERS, DAVIS, FITCH, PUTNAM, WAHLER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 1, 1951

William Berg Dies Suddenly at Farm Home

Heart Attack is Fatal to Well Known Farmer -- Funeral Wednesday

William Henry Berg, well known Leavenworth County farmer, died suddenly this morning after a heart attack.

Death came at his home on RR 4. He had risen, apparently in good health, and attended to farm chores before he became ill. He died about 8 a.m.

Mr. Berg was born in Leavenworth County Jan. 14 1877. He was a son of John and Letitia Carrothers Berg.

His entire life had been spent in Leavenworth County; the farm where he died had been his home since 1901.

Mr. Berg married Miss Mamie Davis on Dec. 24, 1901. They celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary on Christmas Eve.

Surviving are the widow, of the home; three sons, Harry Berg, 1918 South Fifth; Walter Berg, RR4; and Eugene W. Berg, 784 Pottawatomie; three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Wahler, Easton; Mrs. Kate Putnam, Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Sarah Fitch, Easton; four brothers, Joseph Berg, Easton; James Berg, Oklahoma City; Andrew Berg, Riverside, Cal., and Tony Berg, RR 4, and four grandchildren.

Funeral services will be at 2 PM Wednesday at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

The body is at the Sexton chapel.

Obituary with surnames HOLLIDAY, KNAPP, LOGAN, MURR, MUSSETT, OLIPHANT, STIGLMIRE submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 1, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, Jan 2, 1951

Albert Knapp Died Yesterday

Well Known Farmer is Victim of Heart Attack Suffered at Residence

Albert W. Knapp, 67, Tonganoxie, RR3, well known farmer and lifelong resident of Leavenworth County, died at 6:30 pm yesterday at his residence following a heart attack. He was preparing to sit down to supper when he was stricken and died shortly afterwards.

Mr. Knapp was born in Kickapoo Jan. 31, 1883 and was the son of Louis and Amanda Knapp. He attended the Kickapoo school and was married to Miss Aletha Oliphant, Jan. 31, 1906 at Kickapoo. In 1919 they moved to Fairmount township where they lived until ten years ago when they moved to Stranger township.

He was a member of the Basehor Baptist Church and for many years was a member of the school board.

Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Aletha Knapp, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Stiglmire, RR2, and Mrs. Virginia Murr, Center, Colo.; three sons, Clarence Knapp and Irvin Knapp, both of Lawrence, and Albert Knapp, Jr., of Tonganoxie; three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Logan, Los Angeles; Mrs. Nora Mussett, Basehor, and Mrs. Ethel Holliday, Gashland, Mo; two brothers, Fred Knapp, Leavenworth and Walter Knapp, RR4; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. One daughter, Dorothy, died several years ago.

Funeral services will be held at 2PM Thursday at the Basehor Baptist Church. Rev. Harold Tuttle, pastor of the Basehor Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Kickapoo cemetery. The body will remain at the Sexton Funeral Chapel until hour of services.

Obituary with surnames BRADFORD, GILBERT, MEANS submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Tuesday, January 2, 1951

Edward D. Bradford Services Thursday

Edward D. Bradford, 89, died at his home in McLouth yesterday afternoon. Mr. Bradford had been a funeral director there for 52 years.

Funeral services will be at the Evangelical United Brethren Church at McLouth Thursday at 10 AM. Rev. Rafael Sanchez, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in McLouth Cemetery.

He is survived by one son, Walter Bradford, McLouth; two granddaughters, Mrs. Harold Gilbert and Mrs. Robert Means, McLouth; one grandson, William E. Bradford, Bartlesville, Okla.; three brothers, A.K. Bradford, Powell, Wyo., E.W. Bradford and P.V. Bradford, McLouth.

Obituary with surnames BROWNLEE, HOLT submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Tuesday, January 2, 1951

George W. Holt Succumbs to Crash Injuries

He Was Pinned to Earth After Car Overturned Near Weston Monday

George W. Holt, 602 Seneca, died last night at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital at Wadsworth.

Internal injuries which he suffered in an automobile accident Monday afternoon near Weston caused his death.

Mr. Holt, a Kentucky native, was a passenger in a car driven by his son, George L. Holt, who also lives at the Seneca address. The auto apparently went out of control and rolled over into a ditch at the junction of Missouri Highway 45 and a road leading into Weston.

The elder Holt was pinned between a door of the car and the ground. An ambulance from the Vaughn Funeral Home brought him here.

Born May 12, 1879 in Jackson County, Ky., Mr. Holt was a son of Alexander and Jane Holt. He lived in Leavenworth between 1904 and 1923, and then went to Detroit, Mich., where he worked as a building manager.

Retired, he returned here in 1948. He was a veteran of the Spanish-American Was. He was a member of the Hazen Pingree Camp No. 2, United Spanish War Veterans, in Detroit.

Surviving are a son, George L. Holt; a brother, C. Holt. Boone, Ky., and a sister, Mrs. James Brownlee, Whitehall, N.Y.

Funeral services will be at 2 pm Friday at the Larkin Funeral Home. Chaplain Archel R. Meredith of Wadsworth will officiate, and burial will be in the National Cemetery at Fort Leavenworth.

Obituary with surnames HOFFMAN, JONES submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 3, 1951

Miss Anna Hoffman Was A Native of Leavenworth

A Leavenworth native who died yesterday in Kansas City, Mo., will be buried here Saturday morning.

Miss Anna M. Hoffman, 87, had lived in Kansas City 31 years, is survived by a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, and a brother, John Hoffman, both of the home there.

Funeral services will be at 9 AM Saturday at Annunciation Catholic Church in Kansas City. Burial will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery here.

Obituary with surnames DRAKE, PORTER, WARDEN, WELLS submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Thursday, January 4, 1951

Joseph Wells Died Today at St. John's

Retired Carpenter Was Lifelong Resident Here -- Services Saturday

Joseph Well, 78, 715 South Fourth, retired carpenter, and a life long resident of Leavenworth, died this morning at St. Joh's Hospital. He had been in failing health the past ten years and became seriously ill and was taken to the hospital Tuesday morning.

He was born at Easton, April 4, 1872 and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James P. Wells, pioneer residents of Kansas. Mr. Wells farmed for many years, and later learned the carpenter trade which he followed until 10 years ago, when he retired because of failing health.

He was married to Miss Iva Drake, in Easton, Sept. 25, 1895. They celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary last September.

Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Iva Wells of the home address; one brother, William Wells and a half brother, Charles Porter, both of Twelfth and Cherokee and one sister, Mrs. John Warden of Bonner Springs.

Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Rev. Duff Wagoner, pastor of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery. The body will remain at the chapel.

Obituary with surnames BROWN, JACKSON submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Thursday, January 4, 1951

Charles Jackson, East Leavenworth

Death Ends Two Years of Illness For Missouri Farmer -- Rites Saturday

Charles E. Jackson, 73, died lastnight at St. John's Hospital in Leavenworth following an illness of two years. He was born and reared in the East Leavenworth, Mo., community and was a farmer there.

Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Mae Brown, 917 Osage; one brother, Lee Jackson, East Leavenworth; two nieces and four nephews.

Funeral services will be at the Platte City Methodist Church Saturday at 2 PM. Burial in Green Cemetery near East Leavenworth. The Rollins-Mitchell Mortuary has charge of services.

Obituary with surnames COLLIER, CONNOR, FANGOHR, FORPAHL, MCELDOWNEY submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 6, 1951

Herman Fangohr Is Dead at 71 Years

Retired Woodworker Had Long Been in Poor Health -- Arrangements Pending

Herman Fangohr, 71-year-old retired woodworker, died yesterday at St. John's Hospital.

His health had begun failing ten years ago; he was taken to the hospital six days before his death, when his condition became serious.

Born in Germany, Mr. Fangohr came to Leavenworth when he was less than two years old with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fangohr.

All the rest of his life was spent here.

He married Miss Lillie Collier here July 2, 1901.

She survives him, together with three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Forpahl, Lexington, Ky.; Mrs. Louise McEldowney, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Virginia Connor, Antioch, Cal., and one grandchild.

Funeral services for Herman Fangohr, 71, a retired woodworker, and resident of Leavenworth for over 60 years will be held at 2 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Rev. Henry Last, pastor of the Church of the Open Door, will officiate and interment will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery. The body will remain at the Chapel.

Obituary with surnames BENITZ, KRUSE, MOECK submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 6, 1951

Atchison Cab Driver Dead; Son of Potter Man

William Fredrich Kruse, 55, an Atchison cab-driver and member of a well-known Leavenworth county family died Saturday as a result of a stroke suffered Wednesday in Atchison.

Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church south of Potter today at 2 PM. The services followed a short service at 1 PM at the Sawin & Douglass chapel. The Rev. Edward Hauer officiated and burial was in the St. John's cemetery.

Surviving are his wife, his aged father, Diedrich Kruse, Potter; three brothers, Fred, Herman and Alfred Kruse, all of Potter; two sisters, Mrs. Henry Moeck, Nortonville, and Miss Anna Kruse, Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Kruse had no children but reared a great nephew, Marvin Benitz, who also survives.

Obituary with surnames BERGER, COCHRANE, FORD, KAMLER, PAPENHAUSEN, PORTER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 6, 1951

Adolph Berger Died Saturday

Retired Farmer of the Jarbalo Community; Funeral Tomorrow

Adolph H. Berger, 81, a life resident of Leavenworth County, died late Saturday night at St. John's hospital. He had been in failing health for some time and his condition became critical during the past two weeks.

Mr. Berger was a well known farmer in the Jarbalo community where he was born Dec. 4,. 1869, the son of Henry and Minnie Papenhausen Berger, who were pioneers residents of the community.

On Dec 21, 1892 Mr. Berger was married to Miss Alice A. Porter who survives him.

He farmed for over 60 years in the Jarbalo community and earned a reputation as one of the better farmers in that vicinity. Retiring in 1942 he moved to Leavenworth, where his home has been since. He was an active member of the Jarbalo Methodist Church.

Besides his widow, 621 Kiowa, he is survived by one son, Floranze A. Berger, Kansas City, Mo.; one brother, Albert Berger, Tonganoxie; four sisters, Misses Lena, Nellie and Minnie Berger, 428 Olive, and Mrs. Dora Cochrane, Lynden; four grandchildren, Miss Evelyn Berger, Jarbalo; Mrs. Berneice Ford, Lincoln, Nebr.; Mrs. Jerry Kamler, Geneva, Nebr., and James K. Berger, US Navy, station at Astoria, Ore., and six great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Jarbalo Methodist Church with Dr. Duff Wagoner, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating.

Burial will be in the family lot in Fall Creek Cemetery near Jarbalo. The body will remain at the Davis Funeral Church until noon tomorrow when it will be removed to the church.

Obituary with surnames MAYER, MCCABE, PARKER, RUGA submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Sunday, January 7, 1951

Frank Mayer a Life Resident Of the City

Funeral Services at 9 AM Wednesday for Clerk At Wadsworth Center

Frank W. Mayer, 54-year-old native and life resident here, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 414 South Seventh.

He had been a clerk at the Veterans Administration Center, Wadsworth, for 20 years.

Mr. Mayer, who was born here Oct. 10, 1896, was a son of Frank and Catherine Mayer. He served in the Army during World War 1 before entering the employ of the VA.

On June 29, 1937, he married Miss Mabel Parker. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church here.

Mr. Mayer is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mabel Mayer, of the home; a brother, Victor V. Mayer, 919 North Broadway and two sisters, Mrs. John McCabe, 605 Ottawa, and Mrs. Josephine Ruga, 410 1/2 Shawnee.

Funeral services will be a 9 AM Wednesday at St. Joseph's with the Rev. Fr. Herman Golobic, O. Carm., pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames CAMPION, DAVIS, HUCKINS, STEVENSON submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 8, 1951

Thousands of Pictures From His Cameras

Horace Stevenson Dies in California -- Closed His Studio Here in 19490

Horace Stevenson, who estimated he had made 25,000 pictures of Leavenworth people, products and places before he closed his photographic studio here 10 1/2 years ago, died yesterday in Los Angeles, Cal.

Mr. Stevenson, who was 83, left here in August, 1940, to live in the west.

He was born June 22, 1867, in the home at Seventh and Walnut where his father, R.S. Stevenson, lived.

The elder Stevenson had opened a photo studio here in 1858 in the old O'Donnell block between Shawnee and Delaware on Fifth. From that date until 1940, there were only 14 years when a Stevenson studio was not operating here.

Horace Stevenson took over his father's business in 1885, and ten years later married Miss Belle Huckins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hucking. She died before him.

Survivors are two daughters, Miss Margaretta Stevenson and Mrs. Howard Davis, both of Los Angeles; a son, William Stevenson and three grandchildren, all of Owensboro, Ky.

Richard Campion of 1212 Soluth Broadway is a nephew.

Private funeral services will be tomorrow afternoon at Forest Lawn Chapel in Los Angeles. Burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery here at a later date. Richard Campion of 1212 South Broadway is a nephew.

Obituary with surnames CASSELLA, JAMISON, MAIER, OLIVER, WIEHE submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 10, 1951

Earl Jamison, Lansing Died This Morning

Earl Jamison, Kansas City, Mo., formerly of Lansing, died of a heart attack this morning at 4 AM while being taken to a Kansas City hospital. He was 49 years old.

Mrs. Jamison is survived by his wife, Helen, two sons, Thomas and John, and a daughter, Rose Ann, all of the home; five sisters, Mrs. Ethel Cassella, 1000 Sixth Ave.; Mrs. Henry Wiehe, 319 North Fourth; Mrs. Ruth Maier, Los Angeles; Mrs. Mary Louise Oliver, Culver City, Calif., and Miss Katherine Jamison, Kansas City, Kas.; his mother, Mrs. Mary Ellen Jamison, 1000 Sixth Ave., and four brothers, Boyd Jamison, Madison, Kas.; Carson Jamison, Hutchinson; Woodrow Jamison, Los Angeles, and Milton Jamison, Los Angeles.

Funeral services will be at 9 AM at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Kansas City, Mo. Burial will be in Mount Olive Cemetery in Kansas City, Mo.

Obituary with surnames KELLY, MARSHALL submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 10, 1951

Mrs. Anna Marshall Was Sister of Msgr. Kelly

Mrs. Anna Marshall of Des Moines, Ia., died suddenly this morning at her home there, of a heart attack. She was about 70.

Mrs. Marshall was a sister of Msgr. Bernard S. Kelly, former rector of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Monsignor Kelly died here about 17 years ago.

Another sister lives here; she is Sister Marion, of St. John's hospital.

Survivors of Mrs. Marshall also include a daughter, in Des Moines; a sister-in-law, at Olathe, and a nephew, Ira Kelly, 215 Pottawatomie.

Funeral services are to be at Olathe later this week.

Obituary with surnames KNOX submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 10, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 14-Jan-1951

Mrs. Mary Knox Funeral Wednesday at Church Here

Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Knox, 45, who died Wednesday morning at St. John's Hospital, will be held at 2 PM next Wednesday at the Independent Baptist Church.

The Rev. F.W. Strickland, pastor, will officiate, and burial will be in the National Cemetery at Fort Leavenworth.

Mrs. Knox was the widow of a sergeant once stationed at Fort Leavenworth.

Obituary with surnames PILLER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 10, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 14-Jan-1951

PILLER SERVICES

Funeral services for Roy Piller, 57, a World War I veteran, who died Wednesday at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital, Wadsworth, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Wadsworth Chapel. The Rev. Archel Meridith, Protestant Chaplain, will officiate. Interment will be in the Wadsworth> Cemetery. The Larkin Funeral Home is in charge of the service.

Obituary with surnames MILBURN, POFF submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Thursday, January 11, 1951

Olive B. Poff Dies at Age Of 83 Years

Had Been Resident of Leavenworth Since Her Marriage 62 Years Ago

Mrs. Olive B. Poff, 83, 112 Delaware, died early this morning at Cushing Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient the past six weeks. She had been in good health before suffering a stroke Dec. 5.

Mrs. Poff was born Mary. 5, 1867 at Fort Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Milburn, early day residents there. At Lawrence in 1888 she was married to William Poff, who survives her. Following their marriage they came directly to Leavenworth where her home had been ever since. She was a member of the Methodist Church.

Besides her husband she is survived by a son, Harry Poff, Twentieth and Walnut; 12 grandchildren, six great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the David Funeral Church. Dr. Duff Wagner, pastor of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the family lot in Mount Muncie cemetery. The body will remain at the David Funeral Church until the hour of service.

Obituary with surnames SALISBURY, VINNING submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Thursday, January 11, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 14-Jan-1951

Lt. Col. James Salisbury Dies

Lived here as a boy, Went into army at post -- Funeral Here Tuesday Lt. Col. James Salisbury, who grew up in Leavenworth County and started his Army career here, died Thursday night at his home in Chicago.

Funeral Services will be held here Tuesday afternoon for the 60-year-old Army officer, who was retired.

Colonel Salisbury was born Dec. 23, 1890, at Fort Collins, Colo. With his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Elemerson C. Salisbury, he cam from the family's Cache La Poudre River, Colo., stock farm to Leavenworth County.

The Salisburys settled on a farm across the road from the Bell School. There the future colonel attended classes.

When he graduated he took a couse at the Leavenworth Business College, and then took a Civil Service job at Fort Leavenworth.

In 1913 he was made a warrant office in the Regular Army. A year later he became military secretary to Gen. Hunter Liggett at Texas City, Tex. He served until the Galveston tidal wave in 1915 washed the Army camp there out of existence.

He was assigned then to the staff of Gen. Frederick Funston, accompanying along the border from Brownsville, Tex., to Naco, Ariz., until the general died.

Salisbury's next assignment was with the headquarters staff of Gen. John J. Pershing. He sailed to Euroope with Pershing on the SS Baltic May 28, 1917.

Overseas, he earned the APurple Heart Medal before returning to the United States in 1919.

Colonel Salisbury's first assignment on his return was with a board making an intensive survey of the use of artillery during the war. He retired in 1937, but then reteurned to service as a major in World War II. He retired during the war on disability, with the rank of Lieutenant colonel.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Grace Vinning, and a son, Charles Salisbury both of Chicago, and two brothers, Frank Salisbury, 621 Columbia, and Charles Salisbury of San Francisco, Cal.

Funeral services for Lt. Col. James Salisbury, US Army, retired, who died in Chicago last Thursday, were held at 2 PM today at the Sexton Funeral Chapel, Chaplain L.J. Jongewaard of Fort Leavenworth officiated and burial was in Mount Muncie Cemetery, with military honors.

Obituary with surnames GORZKIEWICZ, KENNEDY, LOHMAN, SETON, TINCHER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 13, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 14-Jan-1951

Maud Gorzkikewicz Dies at Greenville

Body to be brought here from Mississippi for services and burial

Mrs. Maud Gorzkiewicz, 57, a native of Leavenworth, died Saturday afternoon at her home at Greenville, Miss. She had been ill for the past two months.

She was born here Jan. 6, 1894, a daughter of John and Mary Tincher.

For the past four years the family have made their home at Greenville. Her husband, Louis Gorzkiewicz, at one time was employed at a linotype operator for the Times. He is currently employed by the Greenville Democrat.

Surviving, other than the husband of the home, are her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Tiincher, 219 1/2 South Fifth; a daughter, Mrs. Norene Seton of the home; two sons. Eugene Gorzkiewica, Gulfport, Miss., and Ormand Gorzkiewicz of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy, RR 4, and Mrs. Lee Lohman, Lansing.

The body will be received Monday be the Sumpter Funeral Chapel. Interment will be at Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames DAVIDSON, KESTER, MCCRACKEN, PARRISH, WILLIAMS submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 13, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 15-Jan-1951

Mrs. Charles Davidson Dies

Funeral Services Wednesday Afternoon for the Iowa Native, Age 60

Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Mary Davidson, wife of Charles Davidson 311 South Fifteenth. She died a few minutes before midnight Saturday night at her home.

Mrs. Davidson had been confined to her bed the past four weeks, when her health, poor for several months, took a serious turn for the worse.

She was a native Iowan, born Nov 26, 1890, the daughter of John and Addie Parrish. She came to Leavenworth as a young woman and was married to Charles Davidson here in 1927.

Surviving are her husband, of the home; a son, John Kester, Kansas City, Kas.; a brother, James William Parrish, Kansas City, Kas.; two sisters, Mrs. Emily D. McCracken and Mrs. Nettie L. Williams, both of Kansas City, Mo., and seven grandchildren.

The Rev. Henry Last, pastor of the Church of the OpenDoor will conduct the funeral at 3:30 PM Wednesday at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Mt. Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames GRIESSEL, HOLTMEYER, LOHMAN, MEINERT, NIEMAN, POGGEMEYER, TOEDTER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Sunday, January 14, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 15-Jan-1951

Henry Lohman Dies; Funeral is Wednesday

High Prairie Farmer and stockman was 83; came from Indiana as Infant

Henry A. Lohman, well known High Prairie Township farmer adn stockman, died early yesterday at Cushing Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be held Wednesday.

Mr. Lohman had been a patient at the hospital for four months. He was 83 years old.

Born in Indiana Jan 1, 1868, he was a son of August and Phoebe Lohman. He cam to Kansas with his parents when he was two years old; the family settled near Potter

On March 29, 1894, Mrs. Lohman married Miss Elizabeth Werner at Potter. The celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1944 and last March had been married 57 years.

The had lived at their present farm home on RR 3 in High Prairie Township since 1903.

Mr. Lohman was a member of the Lutheran church. He had served for more than 20 years on the district 9 school board.

Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Lohman, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Lydia Poggemeyer and Mrs. Lillian Griessel, both of Basehor, and Miss Anna Lohman of the home; two sons, Albert H. Lohman, RR 2, Tonganoxie and Andrew H. Lohman, RR 2 Leavenworth; four sisters, Mrs. Emma Holtmeyer, Mrs. Clara Toedter, Mrs. Ida Nieman and Mrs. Minnie Meinert, all of RR 2, Easton, 12 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be at 2 PM Wednesday at the Sexton Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Werner H. Jurgens, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames BARNETT, GOFF, HERKEN, NAYLOR, NIEMAN, SCHOTT, SCHWETTMAN, SULLIVAN, VORNHOLT submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Sunday, January 14, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 14-Jan-1951

Henry Nieman, Widely Known Retired Farmer

Oldest Resident of Potter Dies at 86 -- Funeral Set Tuesday Afternoon

Henry F. Nieman, 86-year-old retired Leavenworth County farmer, died early Sunday at Cushing Memorial Hospital.

A leg fracture, suffered in a fall a week ago at the home of a son, John, put him in the hospital and eventually proved fatal.

Mr. Nieman was born in Leavenworth Jan 21, 1864. His parents were the late Martin and Elizabeth Schott Nieman, well know early residents.

He moved to the Millwood community with his parents early in life, living there with them until his marriage April 10, 1890, to Miss Mary Schwettman at Millwood.

He farmed near Millwood until 1895, when he and his wife moved to a farm a mile northwest of Potter, where he lived until his retirement from active farming in 1920

He moved to Potter then, and lived to become the community's oldest, and probably best known, citizen.

For years he had been a member of St. John's Lutheran Church 1-1/2 miles south of Potter.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Nieman, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Carrie Godd, 713 Miami; three sons, Albert Nieman, 701 Ninth Avenue; and Henry A. and John Nieman, both of Potter, and six grandchildren, Mrs. Bernard Herken, Richmond, Calif; Mrs. Betty Vornholt, 820 Ohio; Mrs. Arlene Barnett, Topeka; Mrs. Marlene Sullivan, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Alma Jean Naylor, 910 Dakota, and Earl Goff, Jr., Columbus, Ga.

Four great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews also survive

Funeral services will be a 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran Church near Potter. The Rev. E.L. Hofmann, the pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the family lot in the church cemetery.

Obituary with surnames HULL, MOORE submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 15, 1951

Services Here For John Hull Who Died in Texas

John Hull, a native of Leavenworth County, died yesterday at McAllen, Tex. He was 90 years old.

Mr. Hull had made his home in Texas for the past 62 years. The family at one time lived near the Nine Mile School south of Lansing. He was a member of the Methodist Church.

Mrs. Hull is survived by a sistger, Mrs. Myrtle Moore of McAllen, and a brother, Leslie Hull, Ottawa.

The body will be received Thursday morning by the Davis Funeral Church.

Graveside services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Mt. Muncie Cemetery. Dr. Duff, pastor of the First Methodist Church iwll officiate.

Obituary with surnames BELT, NEUBAUER, SHORT submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Tuesday, January 16, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 16-Jan-1951

Former County Commissioner Short Is Dead

An Abstractor, H.C. Short Served for 24 Years; Died Today in Lawrence

H.C. Short, Leavenworth County comissioner for a total of 24 years and a local abstractor all his life, died late this morning in Lawrence, where he was living at the home of a daughter.

Mr. Short, father of albert Short, a well-known abstractor here, was born Sept. 18, 1858 in Atchison. He started his profession here as a young man.

He was elected commissioner in 1908 and served until 1916. He was elected again in 1920, and served until 1936.

He married Miss Emma Neubauer June 7, 1888; she died March 22, 1945.

Mr. Short had been living with his daughter. Mrs. t.A.E. Belt of Lawrence, since about 1943.

He is survived by two sons, Albert Short of Leavenworth and Harold C. Short, Jr., of Fresno, Calif., and his daughter Mrs. Belt.

Burial at Mt. Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames HARDMAN, KIRBY submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 17, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 18-Jan-1951

Funeral Services For Mrs. Hardman

Funeral services for Mrs. Charlotte Adoline Hardman, formerly of Lansing, who died yesterday in Holdenville, Okla., will be held tomorrow at 2 PM at the Sexton Funeral Chapel, with burial in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

Mrs. Hardman, who had been making her home with her son, John R. Hardman, Seminole, Okla., was born Nov 39, 1862 in Palmyra, Ill.

She was a Kansan of the covered wagon era, coming here before the first railroad had crossed the state from east to west and before the first legislature met in the state house.

Her family settled on a farm near Erie in 1869.

Mrs. Hardman was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and a charter member of the Graham Chapter of the Eastern Lodge of Lansing.

She married the late Henry A. Hardman at Erie in 1880. They lived at Erie until 1890 when they moved to Lansing. Mr. Hardman having been appointed as guard at the Kansas State Prison.

Mrs. Hardman is survived by her son and two brothers, Monte Kirby, Goodland, Kas., and John Kirby, Arkansas City.

Obituary with surnames CLARK, GIVAN, MILKOWSKI, MORTON submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Thursday, January 18, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 19-Jan-1951

F.G. Milkowski Funeral Monday

Frank G. Milkowski, 44, a lifetime resident of Leavenworth, died Thursday afternoon at the State Sanatorium at Norton, following an extended illness. He had been in the hospital for the past two and one-half years.

Mr. Milkowski was born April 24, 1905, in Leavenworth, a son of John and Barbara Milkowski. He attended Sacred Heart School.

He is survived by three sisters: Mrs. Barbara Givan of Bentonville, Ark., Mrs. Walter Clark, 404 Columbia Ave., and Mrs. Will Morton, 1110 Pawnee; two brothers, Martin Milkowski of Denver, Colo., and Leo Milkowski of Reno, Nev.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 9 AM at the Sacred Heart Church with the Rev. Fr. Joseph Selting, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the family lot in Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames HURRLE submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Friday, January 19, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, 19-Jan-1951

Miss Madaline Hurrle Is Dead

Miss Madaline J. Hurrle, 52, died at 5 AM today at St. John's Hospital following an illness of three weeks. She had been in failing health for the past two years. Miss Hurrle was born in Leavenworth, a daughter of Alphonso and Agnes Hurrle.

The Hurrle family moved to St. Joseph, Mo., when Miss Hurrle was a small chile and returned to make their home in Leavenworth in 1938. She was a member of the Old Cathedral, of the Immaculate Conception.

She is survived by two brothers, John T. and Theodore E. Hurrle, both of the home, 713 Kickapoo.

Funeral services will be Monday at 8 AM at the Old Cathedral with the Rev. William T.J. Boland officiating. Interment will be in the family lot of the Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames SANDERS, SPARKS submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Friday, January 19, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, Sunday, January 21, 1951.

Heart Attack Is Fatal to Geo. Sanders

George W. Sanders, 1108 Spruce, an 81-year-old retired farmer suffered a fatal heart attack Friday afternoon.

At the time of the attqack he was returning from Easton and had stopped to assist a woman whose car had become stalled in a ditch.

The woman, Mrs. Frank Asbury, RR 1, Easton, told coroner Charles A. Larkin she had backed her car into a ditch on the road near Stoney Point School. The car had hung up on a large rock.

She said she had driven to the school to get her children who are pupils there. After being unable to get the car from the ditch, Mrs. Asbury walked to the nearby Albert Luse farmhouse.

No one was home. As she was leaving Mr. Sanders drove up to visit the Luses. He offered to help and together they drove to the Asbury car, she explained.

Mr. Sanders attached a tow chain to her car and pulled it free. While removing the chain, he slumped over and died before help could be summoned.

Until his retirement from farming in 1943. Mr. Sanders had spent most of his life in the area where he died. He was born in Leavenworth County on Nov. 30, 1869, a son of John and Sarah Sanders.

He was married Nov. 30, 1892 to Miss Laura Sparks. She died Feb. 6, 1943. He retired shortly after her death and moved to Leavenworth.

Surviving are a sone, Jesse Sanders of the home; two brothers, William Sanders, Easton, and Charles Sanders, LeRoy, Kas., and four grandchildren.

Services will be at 2 o'clock Monday at the Calvary Baptist Church where Mr. Sanders served as a deacon. The Rev. L.H. Jongewaard, Fort Leavenworth Chaplain, will conduct the services. Burial will be in the Bethel Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames BACKER, DOWLING, FITZSIMMONS, PETERSEN submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 20, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, Sunday, Jan. 21, 1951

Mrs. Petersen Died Yesterday

Mrs. Delia Petersen, 98, widow of the late Edward Petersen, died at 3 PM yesterday at the St. John's Hospital following a two weeks illness. She had been in failing health for the past year.

She was born March 9, 1857 in Ireland, a daughter of John and Margaret Fitzsimmons. At the age of seven she came to Leavenworth with her parents.

Following her marriage to Edward Petersen on July 28, 1897 at the OldCathedral of the Immaculate Conception she made her home in Kansas City, Mo.

For the past year she has made her home with her neice, Mrs. George Baker, 1135 South Broadway.

She was a member of the St. Joseph's Church.

Other than Mrs. George Baker she is survived by three nephews, Edward and Leo Dowling, both of East Leavenworth, Mo., and Bernard Dowling of Robinson, Ill.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 9 AM at the St. Joseph's Church with the Rev. Herman Golobic, O'carm, pastor, officiated.

Obituary with surnames PETERSON submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Saturday, January 20, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, Monday, January 22, 1951.

Services Tomorrow

Funeral Services for Delia Peterson, 93, who died Saturday afternoon at the St. John's Hospital will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Joseph's Church with the Rev. Herman Golobic, O'Carm, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Members of the LCBA will assemble tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Sumpter Chapel for a rosary service. Members of the Daughters of Isabella will meet at 7:45 o'clock at the chapel tonight for a rosary service. Friends will assemble tonight at 8 o'clock at the chapel for the recitation of the rosary. The body will remain at the Sumpter Chapel until time of services.

Obituary with surnames CONRAD, COOK, FRANKS, KEANE, KRUMREI, LANDWEHRKAMP, LEONARD, MEYER, MILLER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Sunday, January 21, 1951
from the Leavenworth Times, Monday, January 22, 1951.

Lena L. Meyer Rites Tuesday

The Wife of E.N. Meyer Sr., was 76. Hospital Patient of 8 months

Funeral services will be at 2 pm Tuesday for Mrs. Lena L. Meyer, 76, who died early yesterday at Cushing Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Meyer, who lived at 1020 South Fourth, was the wife of Eugene N. Meyer, Sr., president of the Meyer Coal, Ice, Transfer and Storage Company.

In failing health for seven years, she had been a patient at Cushing for eight months.

Mrs. Meyer was born at Moberly, Mo., Sept. 27, 1874. With her parents, Jacob H. Conrad and Elizabeth Krumrei Conrad, she came to Leavenworth more than 60 years ago.

Her marriage to Mr. Meyer took place here Sept. 5, 1895.

She was a member of Byington Chapter No. 177, order of the Eastern Star, here.

Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Eugene N. Meyer, Jrs., Shrine Park Road. a daughter, Mrs. Lorene Miller, Kansas City, Mo.; four sisters, Mrs. Kate Franks and Mrs. Gustie Keane, both of 621 Walnut; Mrs. Emma Leonard, Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. George Cook, Washington, D.C.; two brothers, Henry Conrad, Kansas City, Mo., and Robert Conrad, Seattle, Wash.; and grandson, Capt. E.O.A. Miller, Jr., Sandia Base, Albuquerque, N. Mex., and a niece, Miss Marie Landwehrkamp of Topeka.

Mrs. Meyer Funeral

Funeral services for Mrs. Lena L. Meyer, 76, who died early Sunday morning at Cushing Memorial Hospital, were held this afternoon at the Davis Funeral Church. Father Mack E. Leabo, rector of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church, officiated. Burial was in the family lot in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Rush Erhart, L.B. Donovan, Jack Miller, Don Choice, Clyde Erhart and O.M. Robertson.

Obituary with surnames LUNTSFORD submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Sunday, January 28, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Wednesday evening, January 31, 1951.

LUNTSFORD SERVICES

Funeral services for Woodrow W. Luntsford, 35, World War II Veteran who died Jan 2, at the Veterans Administration Hospital at Excelsior Springs, will be held Friday morning at ten o'clock at the Wadsworth Protestant Chapel. The Rev. Archel Meredith, Protestant chaplain at Wadsworth will officiate. Burial will be in the Wadsworth cemetery. The body was received here this morning by the Davis Funeral Church where it will remain until the hour of service.

Obituary with surnames TRUESDALE submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Sunday, January 28, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Tuesday Evening, January 30, 1951

MRS> MAGGIE TRUESDALE

Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Truesdale, 86, 1407 Second Avenue, a resident of Leavenworth for over 65 years, who died at her home Sunday night, following an illness of the past month, will be held at 2 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Dr. Dirk H. Middents, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery. The body will remain at the chapel.

reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Wednesday Evening, January 31, 1951.

TRUESDALE FUNERAL

Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Truesdale, native if Ireland who had lived here since 1885, were held this afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Truesdale, of 1407 Second Avenue, died Sunday night.

The Rev. Dirk H. Middents, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church conducted the funeral. Burial was in Mt. Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames BOYLE, BREWER, DEAN, GRAYSON, POTTER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 29, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Tuesday Evening, January 30, 1951.

Mrs. Potter Died Yesterday

In Failing Health for Two Years, Widow of Former Prison Guard

Mrs. Theo Potter, 73-year-old widow of a Kansas State Prison guard, S.C. Potter, died yesterday afternoon at Cushing Memorial Hospital here.

Funeral services are scheduled Thursday afternoon.

Mrs. Potter, born in Mercer County, Mo., Aug. 22, 1877, was the daughter of William and Nancy Boyle. She was married at Mercer Dec. 24, 1896, to Simeon C. Potter.

They made their home in Horton until Mr. Potter received an appointment from the governor as a state prison guard in 1914. They made their home in Lansing from that time on.

Mr. and Mrs. Potter celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1946. Mr. Potter died Aug 9 the following year.

His widow had been in failing health for two years. She was admitted to the hospital five weeks ago.

She was a member of the Lansing Methodist Church and always active in civic and social affairs at Lansing.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. J. Clifford Brewer, 426 Second Avenue, and Mrs. Harold Grayson, Kansas City, Mo.; a son, Pfc. Eugene Potter, Air Force, at Eglin Field, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Stella Dean, Princeton, Mo.; three granddaughters and two great grandchildren. reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Wednesday Evening, January 31, 1951.

MRS. POTTER FUNERAL

Funeral service for Mrs. Theo Potter of Lansing, who died here Monday, will be a 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. Chaplain T.F. Rudisill of the Kansas State Prison at Lansing will officiate and burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

Mrs. Potter was the widow of Simeon C. Potter, who was a guard at the state prison for a number of years.

reprinted from the Leavenworth Times,Thursday Evening, February 1, 1951

MRS. THEO POTTER

Funeral services for Mrs. Theo Potter, 73, Lansing, widow of S.C. Potter, who died Monday afternoon at Cushing Memorial Hospital were held at 2 PM today at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. The Reverend T.F. Rudisell, chaplain at Lansing, officiated. Interment was in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames MCCOMBS submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 29, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Thursday Evening, February 1, 1951

MCCOMBS SERVICES TODAY

Funeral services for Harold W. MCCombs, Seventeenth and Vilas, who died Monday at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital. Wadsworth, were held at 2 PM today at the Larkin Funeral Home. The Rev. Archel Meridith, Protestant chaplain at Wadsworth, officiated. Interment was in the National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, with full military honors.

Obituary with surnames STIMSON submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 29, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Thursday evening, February 1, 1951.

STIMSON FUNERAL FRIDAY

Funeral services for Clarence Stimson, a World Ward I veteran who died Monday at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital, Wadsworth, will be Friday at 1 PM at the Wadsworth Chapel. The Rev. Archel Meridith, protestand chaplain, will officiate. Interment will be in the Wadsworth Cemetery. The Larkin Funeral Home is in charge of the service.

Obituary with surnames BRISTOW submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Monday, January 29, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Tuesday Evening, January 30, 1951

Mrs. Vernetta Bristow

Funeral services for Mrs. Vernetta Alice Bristow, 87, a lifelong resident of Leavenworth, who died Monday morning following an illness of several months, will be held at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. The Reverend Walter Jones, pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle, will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery.

reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Wednesday Evening, January 31, 1951

BRISTOW SERVICES

Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Vernetta Alice Bristow, 87, who died Monday morning. The Rev. Walter Jones pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle, officiated and burial was in Mt. Muncie Cemetery.

Obituary with surnames SLEYSTER submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Tuesday, January 30, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Thursday Evening, February 1, 1951.

SERVICES FRIDAY

Funeral services for Aldine P. Sleyster, a World Ward II veteran who died Tuesday night at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital, Wadsworth will be held at 2 PM Friday at the Wadsworth Chapel. The Rev. Archel Meredith, protestant chaplain, will officiate. Interment will be in the National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth.

Obituary with surnames CAULK, GILLEN, SHAW, SOWERS submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Tuesday, January 30, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Wednesday evening, January 31, 1951.

Mrs. James Gillen, 919 Spruce, received work today of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Nora Sowers, 72, who died yesterday at her home in Topeka. Mrs. Sowers had been an invalid for years and was confined to a wheelchair.

Mrs. Sowers was born in Easton, Kas., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ethbert Caulk, early day pioneers. She lived in Leavenworth a number of years before moving Topeka.

Surviving are her husband, Luther Sowers, two daughters, two sons, seven grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. D.C. Shaw all of Topeka.

Obituary with surnames GLEASON, HIATT, LLOYD, TUYL, VAN submitted by Lv1951. Date of death Wednesday, January 31, 1951
reprinted from the Leavenworth Times, Thursday Evening, February 1, 1951.

Maurice Hiatt Dies After A Heart Attack

Well Known Farmer and Stockman Had Lived In County for 60 Years

Maurice W. Hiatt, 81-year-old farmer and stockman who had made his home in this county for more than 60 years, died last night at Cushing Memorial Hospital, where he was admitted yesterday.

He had suffered a heart attack last Sunday, which eventually led to his death.

Mr. Hiatt, who lived on RR 2 south and west of Lansing, was born in Hamilton, Indiana, Dec. 13, 1869. He came to Kansas with his parents as a small boy, and settled at Burr Oak, Kas.

He came to Leavenworth at 21, and settled at Fairmount. His home was there for a number of years, until a few months ago.

Mr. Hiatt was a member of Nine Mile Lodge No. 49, AF&AM, and for several years was chairman of the high school board at Lansing and member of the Farm Bureau and Grange.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lila B. Hiatt, of the home; two sons, Almond A. Hiatt, Los Angeles, Cal., and Wesley M. Hiatt, Leavenworth; three grandsons, Wesley T. Hiatt, 407 North Twentieth; and Almond A. Hiatt, Jr., and Loyd P. Hiatt of Los Angeles; a sister, Mrs. John Gleason, Burr Oak, Kas., and two cousins. Mrs. Effie Hiatt Van Tuyl and Mrs. C.D. Lloyd, 220 Fifth Avenue.

Funeral services will be at 2 PM Saturday at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Loyal Hiatt, pastor of the First Baptist Church at McLouth, will officiate. Burial will be in Burr Oak.

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