Obituaries from January 6, 1955 - Belleville Telescope

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Obituaries from January 6, 1955 - Belleville Telescope - returned home with them for a few days visit....
returned home with them for a few days visit. Miss Lou Ann Graham of Mahaska spent Friday afternoon and eVeniiij? Vftth Mr. find Mvs, Geiie Hiatt and Timmy. Albert I*ersinper Albert Persinger, son of James and ' Mary Persinger, was born .September 1, 188L at Republic, Kan,, and departed this life at Loncoln, Neb., December 28, 3954. He spent his entire life in Re- piiWic county, Kansas. O'l iVIarch 17, 1901, he was mar- rieil to .Aliss Lizzie Pish an<i to this union were horn seven children. He Was ("jreceiled in death by one .Inun'ht'.u', D .ira Alice, and his wife- Who died February 19, 1!)48, He leaves to mourn, three ,son.s, Guy Perstinger of Cedar Creek, Neb., Alvif Piu'singer of Juniata, Neb., an.l Van Peisinger of Lincoln, Neb.; three .laughters, Lillie War- I 'en of Ce.hiJ' Creek, Nel,-,, Leona Fletcher uf B.dleville and Daisy Johnson of Lincoln, Neb.; K! grai'kdchildren, eight great-grand- chifdren; two hi'other», John Persinger of Longton, Kan., and Fi'ed Persinger .if Fairbury, Neb.; one sistei'. Pearl Gritten of Hutchin­ son; and a host of other -relatives and frientiij. Funeral services were held December 30 at Tibbetts Brothe/'s chapel ill BellGviUe conducted by Walter Stuhr. Burial was in Prairie Rose cemetery. IWarie Webster Marie Kuchcia, daughter of John and Anna Kuchera, was born in Czech-Slovakia November 23, 18(i(i, and die <i December 2(i, 1964 at Narka, Kan. She was brought to America^ by her parents when one year old, to Cedar Rapids, la., coming to Kansas In 1873. On July 4, 1885, she was united in marriage to A<iolph Brosh. Three daughters, Olive, Emma and Laura •were born to this union. Mr. Brosh jjassed awav on October 25, 1897. Emma died April 13, 1923. In 1906, she was married to Edmond B. Webstei-. She united with the C'hristian church of Narka in 190'!, and was a charter member and first Worthy Matron of Narka chaj)t('r No. 40<!, Order of the Eastern Star. She entered the millinery business in 189(), remaining in business for 54 years. She was active in public service to hfu- community and interested in civic improvement. She served on the city council for several years. She is survived by two daughters, Olive Bouska of Denvei', Colo., and Laura Keene of Narka; one broth­ er, William Kuchera of Phillips- but'gj and many friends, Funeral services were helil at the Christian church in Narl^a December 28 with the Rev. M. A. Salser officiating. Interment was in Majde GrOVe cemetery. A dorr R^^ut•a Adolf, the oId(>st son of John and h"ranees .Shara, was born s.iuth of Narka, Kan., March 21, 1873, and passed away at the W'ashingtc.n Coutity hospital in Washington, Kan., on December 2(i, 1954, at the age of 81 years, 9 months and 5 days. Ifc spent his entire life in the near vicinity of his birth, which was on the family homestead, the present site of Kasha cemetery. What education the frontier community affci'ded was augmi'iited by his extensive reading and application of the lessons of living in such a manner that he was coiisi.L (u'ed a person well c(|ui|)ped to .leal with life's exi)eriences. On February 19, 1895, he was united in mai'i'iage to Mary Krisaii at Belleville. To this union was born one daughter, Josephine. The couple moved to a farm northwest of Haddam where they developed the iJ»ibi'oken prairie into a well im- provet} farm. In 1932, they move.! one mile north to a farm which they imprdve4.: and remo.leled which place'W«8 Mr. .Shara's h.ime until his .^eath.' i\lrs. Shara passe.I away October 9, 1945. Mr. Shara took pride in his farm and in watching the development of the community which ha.I always been his home. Prc'ceded in death by his wife and one sister, he is survived by bis daughter. Mi's. Paul Tuma of Haddam; five sisters, Mrs. .A.nna M.'Curily .if firand Island, Neb., Mrs. Belle Kvasnicka and Mrs. Stella Durflingei- of Narka, Mrs. Lottie Sturm and Mrs. Emma F-tazant of Lincoln, Neb.; two lu'others, WilliaUi Shara of Narka and Stanley Shara of Excelsior Sjirings, IVlo.; and a large number of relatives and friends. Funeral services were held December 29 at Denton Memoi'ial hall at Narka, eonducte.l by the l{ev. M. A. Salser. Burial was in National (Kasha) cemetery. Was li.un Elizabeth, Dec'inhiu' 1 n.^ar Bellevi >\illiani "V^alhice l'"raser William Wallaci' I-'rasi-r, sen .if Jam.'s ami Jaii.'t I'riiigli' Fiaser, August 12, IHdl, at 111,, an.l )iass.'il away li, 195't, at his home lie, Kan,, at I he age of 93 yi'ais, 4 m.uiths aii.l 4 .lays. He U'l'ew uf> ami att.'iide.l in I'llizalieth, 111., ..iming lo Kansas ill 1887 an.l making his h.ime on a farm near H.dl.'vill.'. (In .January 2(1, 1888, he was mairi.'.i to Margaret .•\nn Fadie at Han.ivei', 111. After his marriag.', he with his wife, I '.durn.'d to Kansas t.i mak-e th.dr home on the farm southwest of Belleville where he lived for the remainder of his life. F.uir chilrlren were born to them, .in(> son and three daughters. He was preceded in death by th.- three daughters, Mary an.l Mildre.l, who died in childhood, (ien.wa in 1944, and by his wife, who passed away in 1949. He was also iirecede.l in death by all of his nine and sisters. He is siirviv.'.l by his .me son, Ralph Piaser; four graiulchildreii, (ierahl, Ray, IVIary Sldnn and Ruth Wilber; six great-grandchildren,?? and several nieces and nephews. His passing reinov.'s one of the oldest residents of the Belleville Center connnunity, he having lived there continu.iusly for almost ()8 years. He was interested in people and enjoyed vk-iting with them as long as he was jihysically able. Hi' was active and alert until the last five months when he was bedfast. Sale of ABERDEEN-ANGUS n Head Sell G BILLS 1 FEMALES Thursday, January 13 Hebron Sales Barn — 2 o'clock Thi^. l!f('("(l With the Record. TRIPLE H STOCK FARM Herman Houseman, Owner f

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