Glen Parks obit Salina Journal 25 Mar 1963

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Glen Parks obit
Salina Journal
25 Mar 1963 - Mr. Elder was a lifetime resident of Saline...
Mr. Elder was a lifetime resident of Saline County. He was a retired farmer. Survivors are three sons, Jesse R., RFD 1; Frank, Salina RFD 2, and Robert J.. Mammoth, Ariz.; four daughters, Mrs. Robert Gutka, Salina RFD I; Mrs. Tollman, 3G6 Maple Mrs. Metzger, Buffalo, N.Y., and Myrtle Carter, Riverside, Calif., and three brothers, Henry, 708 S. Front: John, Wichita, and Will, Gentry. The funeral will be 3:30 pm Tuesday at the Assembly of God Rev. F. W. Prather three sisters, Mr». Savilla Ins-i the Rush keep and Mrs. Lulu Rawch, both of Fort Collins, Colo., and Lelia Parks, Salina, and several nieces and nephews. stands. two RUDOLPH FREDERICK HULDTQUIST LINDSBORG — Rudolph Frederick Huldtquist, 73, Lindsborg, it^"'ri ,. j , -., . ; ^nieios died early Monday morning at the: Community Hospital' Sermon a short illness. | Mr. to 1901- officiating. Burial will be in Gypsum Hill cemetery. Friends may call the Guy H. Ryan Sons Mortuary until 1 pm Tuesday. AXEL W. ISAACSON Axel W. Isaacson, 74, 210 N. Penn., died Saturday night at St. John's Hospital. He was born Oct. 18, near McPherson. years. He was born Feb. 18, 1890, in! 171 Lindsborg. He was a cost accountant in the Panama Canaf Mechanical Division in Balboa, C. Z. until he retired and returned to Lindsborg. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in the Canal Zone. Survivors are two sons, R. F. and E. G. Huldtquist, both of the Canal Zone; three sisters, Mrs. Hedvig Lysell, Lindsborg, and Mrs. Marie Kellam and Mrs. Esth- government. brother ™ Mr. Isaacson was a retired j er Magnuson, both of Forturia, farmer and lived most of his life j Calif.; two brothers, Elmer, Lindsborg, and Arnold, Butte, Mont., and one grand daughter. The funeral will be at 10 am Wednesday at the Danielson Anderson Funeral Home, the Rev. Leslie Heise, Marquette, officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Masonic Lodge, Lindsborg, will conduct a graveside in He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Survivors are the widow, Olive; two sons, Milton, 210 N: Penn, and Donald, Scotia, N. Y.; three daughters, Mrs. Herbert Coe, De- calm-, 111., Mrs. Leslie Mortimer, Salina RFD 2, and Mrs. Forrest Ireton, Great Bend; four brothers, Oscar, La Junta, Colo.; Arthur, South Gate, Calif.; Leonard, H03 W. Cloud, and August, Niles; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Anderson, San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Hilda Anderson, LaJunta; 10 grandchildren, and one great- grandchild. • The funeral will be 2 pm Wednesday at the Guy R. Ryan Sons Mortuary, Dr. Walter Moeller officiating. Burial will be in Gypsum Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary. service. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday. ORVILLE HAMILTON Orville Hamilton, 79, a retired Abilene businessman, died at his home Sunday morning. He had been in ill health since 1955. He was born Jan. 14, 1884, in Decatur, 111. He had been a resident of Abilene since 1914. Mr. Hamilton owned and operated the Abilene Windmill and daughter, W. ARTHUR REUBEN RASMUSSON j Pump Co., from 1920 until his re- LINDSBORG - Arthur Reuben tirement in 1945. He also had Rasmusson, \ 58, lifetime Linds- been a gam« warden and deputy borg resident, died Sunday after a sudden illness. He was born Dec. 1, 1904, near Lindsborg. He was a retired farmer. Mr. Rasmusson was a member of the Bethany Church. Survivors are two sons, Marvin, Mountain Home, Idaho, and Marion, Stockton, Calif.; sheriff in Dickinson County. Survivors are the widow, Aimee, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Fred Suden, Abilene; a brother, Richard Nulick, Boston; a granddaughter, and other relatives. The funeral will be at the Martin Funeral Home, Abilene, Mrs. John Buckmas- Alameda, Calif.; two broth' ers, Martin, Lindsborg, and Leonard, Parsons, and three sisters, - Gertie Larson, Mrs. Clara Anderson and Lena Rasmusson, of Lindsborg. funeral will be at 2 pm at the Danielson-Ander- son Funeral Home, Dr. Anton officiating. Burial will be Elmwood cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday 7 to 9 pm at the funeral home. GLEN PARKS A graveside service for dlen Parks, 57. Portland, who died Fri day, will be at 2 pm Tuesday a the Delphos cemetery. He was born Aug. 27, 1905, nea Delphos. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Sena M. Parks, 337 S. 8th; two brothers, Maurie, Kansas City, Mo., and Stanley, Twin Falls, Ida- t 2 pm Tuesday, the Rev. Wyeth Vuthnow officiating. Burial will >e in the Abilene cemetery, HERBERT W. HEIN Herbert W. Hein, 75, 225 N Allege, died Sunday at St.-John's Hospital. He was born Nov. 1888, at Gaylord, Kas. Mr. Hein had lived in Salina sine* 1926. He was • retired switchman for the Union Pacific Railroad. Survivors are th« widow, Grace; two sons, Chester, S29 S. 12th, and Robert, 304 Rahm; four stepsons, Maurice Williams, Wichita; David W. Williams, 232 E. Beloit; Roger Williams, Enid, Okla, and J. Elton Williams, Oklahoma' City, Okla.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. E. H. Maddux, 1015 Harold; a brother, Robert, Medford, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Ottilie Wilkens, Alexandria, Va., and Mr«. Frieda Church, Enid, Okla.; 20 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. pm

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