David Reynolds McLOUTH — The funeral for David Thomas Reynolds, 63, RR 1 McLouth, was this afternoon in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Winchester. Burial was in the Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery, Winchester. Mr. Reynolds was dead on arrival Monday at Jefferson County Memorial Hospital, Winchester. He was stricken while working in a field at his home northwest of McLouth. He apparently suffered a heart attack. He was born July 17, 1912, at Winchester and spent his life in the Winchester and McLouth communities. He was employed by the CFCA fertilizer plant at Lawrence 20 years before he retired in January 1975. He also was a farmer. He was married to Agnes Mary Kramer, Oct. 11, 1934, at Hastings, Neb. She died Nov. 24, 1969. Survivors include six sons, Robert John Reynolds, Minot, N. D., Richard Reynolds, Shawnee, Allen Reynolds, Kansas City, Mo., Charles Reynolds of the home, Donald Kesinger, McLouth, and William Kesinger, Atchison; four daughters, Mrs. Juanita Wiley, Grain Valley, Mo., Mrs. Susan Voelker, Valley Falls, and Mrs. Sarah Baker and Wilma Reynolds, both of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Allene Reynolds, Rochester, Mich., and Mrs. Lillian Carroll, Los Angeles, Calif.; 29 grandchildren grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Capper Foundation Foundation for Crippled Children, Topeka, or the Kansas Heart Association.