Anna Gustafson obit Salina Journal 30 Oct 1962
Deaths And Funerals of to George Andrews Dead At 58 ELLSWORTH — George F. Andrews, Andrews, 58, Ellsworth banker, farmer farmer and stockman, died of leukemia at 2 am Tuesday at the Ellsworth Hospital. Mr. Andrews was .president of the Kanopolis State Bank and a director of the Citizens State Bank of Ellsworth. He had fanning and livestock interests. He was a past-president of the Kansas Livestock Association and the Kansas Watershed Association. Mr. Andrews was born March 14, 1904, at Kanopolis and spent his life in the Kanopolis and Ellsworth Ellsworth communities. He was a Mason, Shriner and a member of the Salina Elks Lodge. Surviving are the widow, Martha; Martha; a son, Charles, and a daughter, daughter, Jcannette, all of the home; his mother, Mrs. Anna Andrews, Kanopolis, and one sister, Thelma, Kanopolis. » pita!, will be at 2 pm Wednesday at the Fouts-Haley Funeral Home Minneapolis, the Rev. B. A. Rundus, officiating. Rundus, officiating. Burial will be in the Delphos cemetery. - » Mrs Gusta[s(m was ^ July 4, 1895, in Sweden and come to the United States in 1915. Survivers are: the widower, Linus, Delphos; two daughters, Mrs. Joe Berkley, Bennington, and Mrs. Otis Adkins, Delphos; and two sisters in Sweden. Friends may call at the Fun Friends may call at the funeral funeral home. ARTHUR Gr. PATRICK MARQUETTE — The funeral US to et a such ships showdown have missiles in is no for Arthur G. Patrick, 60, Linds-lmore borg, who died Monday afternoon'not while working as a maintanence' tional man for Marquette township, be at 10 am Thursday in the at a in Elim Lutheran Church, Marquette, the Rev. Donald Conrad officiating. officiating. Burial will be in the Lindsborg Lindsborg cemetery. Mr. Patrick was born May 20, 1902, on a farm outside of Linds- borg. He lived on a farm north teurs to the 1S62 by men j HuYchinson-! The funeral will be at 2 pm Thursday at the Grubb Funeral Home, Ellsworth, the Rev. David Patterson officiating. Burial will in thd Buckeye cemetery south of Kanopolis. Thc family suggests memorials to the Cancer Fund. BERNARD D. MARTIN Bernard Daniel Martin, 74, longtime Saline County farmer, died Monday night at a Topeka hospital. Mr. Martin, whose home was in rural Solomon, had been injured in an automobile accident Sept. 5, 1961, at a county road intersection intersection near his home. He has been hospitalized during during the more than one year since the mishap. For more than two months, he had been unconcious and was transferred to the Topeka Topeka hospital on Sept. 14 from St. John's Hospital, Salina. Mr. Martin was born March 27, 1888. in Saline County and spent his lifetime here. He was a mem- jbcr of. Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. j Marguerite Spatafore, 229 S. Penn; three brothers, Frank and of Marquette 29 years before moving moving to Lindsborg in 1957. He was employed by the Marquette township township for the past five years. If church. Survivors are the widow, Alyce, very in He was a member of the Elim s i an those dared two daughters :'-Mrs. Norma Holm, McPherson, and Mrs. Deanna Applequist, Falun; a son, Donald, McPherson; 10 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs Nannie Johnson, Lindsborg, Mrs. Alma Carlson, McPherson, and Mrs. Edla Blomberg, Fakci; and five brothers, Edwin, Reuben and Leonard, of Lindsborg; Oscar Marquette and Clarence, 839 E Jewell, Salina. Friends may call at the Olsen Funeral Home, Marquette Wednesday from 7 to 9 pm. MRS. ELIZABETH PAXJ1L ELLSWORTH — Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Paull, 61, Ellsworth,! died Tuesday at Ellsworth Hos-. shelter pilal. She was bora Oct. 23, 1901 at are Ellsworth. She was a member of Joseph C., Salina, and John, the Presbyterian Church. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Johnson and Mrs. Janet Marker and a stepson, Allan Allan Paull, all of Ellsworth, and four step-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 °for an of and services, to Martha KciM _ R - lchmondi am Thursday at the Grubb Funeral , . Home, Ellsworth, the Rev. Dafour Dafour sisters, Mrs.| vid PMerson offic j a ting. Burial Mrs. Mary Morris, 321 N. Ponn, and Bessie and Loretta, both of J71B W. Iron; seven grandchildren two great-grandchildren. Thc Guy R. Ryan Sons Mortuary Mortuary will announce funeral arrangements. arrangements. Burial will be in Mt. will be lery. in th c Ellsworth ceme- Weather Calvary cemetery, Solomon, THOMAS E. HALL Thomas Edward Hall, 83. 700 '-Wednesday. Moderate State, a life-long resident of the| atrnncr northerly winds KANSAS—Generally fair tonight and Wednesday. A ed in of little local warming in east tonight; warmer northwest at his home. He was a retired farmer. He Bureau spend \ was born Oct. 25, 1879. Kansas! He was a member of thc Sacred Heart Cathedral, ending j Survivors include a brother, of St. Joseph, Mo., and over two sisters, Gertrude nnd Agnes Hall. 700 Stale. Funeral arrangements will be starts an »ourKcd by It* Rush Smith mil-, Fllneral ^ om «- Thc| • rhc f am J'y had lived in th« James ! samc homc for 52 >ears. Souih EDGAR R. i, vmD GREAT BEND for for Edgar R. Laird, was Saturday at the o SCC- Colo- Highs 60 southeast to 70 northwest. NORTH-CENTRAL FORECAST Zone 3—Mostly fair with no important important temperature changes through Wednesday. Lows 35-40. Highs in 60s. Zor.» 3—.\ortn Central—srmtn, Jewell, Cloud. Clay. OUawn. Ruiiell. Lincoln, Republic. vVaslutiKSon. O«born«. 'Uteri- ell. Cl'tworUi. Ealln* «cd Dickiuoa. SAUNA-WEATHER City Airport: Temp, at 1 pm 64. Min Tuesday 37. Max. Monday 64. FAA reported at I pm: Baro- Iowa Administration meter 30.26. Wind N-NE 16. gusts ; to 23. Relative humidity 30 per- Cook and ccnt - Glen Norton ir- inl was in thc Lucas cemetery. He formerly lived in Luray. He was n retired carpenter and contractor find helped build many Lurny buildings. He was born in Potlawatomie County near Wnmcgo, Sept. 9, ; 1877. j Surviving arc thc widow, Mar- iKarct, and two daughters, Nora W97.- The funeral, for Mrs. Anna A. iGiistafson, «7, Delphos. who died 'Monday night at St. John's Ho* f- highest 88 in J950. Wednesday sunrise 6:58 nm; Tuesday sunset 5:31 pm. Airport Ttmp<r»(«rr. (By FAA) Mcri.iay-- | ] nm 2 rm R! i 1ft II T>it»rtny— 12 Mlo'nlsht S.i fi 63 rs; SI, 4ft t X » r 40 11 ............. 61 ; li Noon ....... U 40| 1 pm ........ 64 Send your news tip to the Salina Salina Journ»l. $10 In prizes every week.