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THE EMPORIA DAILY GAZETTE, 4 March 1943
Obituary of ALBERT BECK
ALBERT BECK DEAD

Albert BECK, Route 1, Emporia (Mr. Beck came to Emporia in 1874).

Born: May 21, 1870 Arkansas City

Parents: Late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck, early day Emporians.

Occupation: Served as assistant baggageman and baggageman at the Santa Fe Station in Emporia for the period of December 29, 1918 to January 31, 1928, prior to becoming a farmer. He was a farmer and stockman for 19 years.

Died: Unexpectedly Wednesday afternoon (Mar. 3) at 4:30 o’clock.

Survivors: Mrs. Beck of the home, one daughter Mrs. B. H. Douning, Anthony, KS; and one sister Miss Eva Beck, Santa Monica, CA.

Mr. Beck was a member of the Masonic Lodge.

Funeral arrangements have not been made.
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