Louis Eaton 1962 obit

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ana first First Wolsey Huron Sundays Services Held At Miller For Louis Eaton MILLER -- Funeral services for Louis Thomas Eaton, who tack, died Nov. 1 were conducted Nov. 5 in the First Methodist Church with the Rev. R. 0. Moberly of- ficiating. Burial was in Hillcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were, active. James Barrett, Joe Schlichte, Charles Van Rosendale, Ira Ireland, Ken- neth Brown and Les Croll. Honorary pallbearers were J. C. Terry, Joe Karst, Clifford Rush, Gilbert Collins. Arthur Schwartz and Red Chipman. Eaton was born in Easton, 111., Feb. 4, 1891. He came to' South Dakota with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Eaton when a youn child and had has of the of S^T £ Hand °ta. County slncetha; tot H. ed in North Hand County many years. He m a r r i e d Dougherty in 1914 and to this 'and i union one daughter was born. moved to Miller about 30 years ago. Survivors include his w i d o Lois, whom he married in 1943; one daughter, Mrs. Doris Carlson, Denver: five stepchildren, Quen- tin and Gene Benning, Miller: Marvin, Aberdeen; Roger, To- _ _ 1 - _ V 1 AT n «;i.,« T .-~v.r JCJVrt. i\iu., aiiu iTiaiiijii i^cin^, Marshalltown, Iowa; eight grand- children and two great-grandchil- dren: also four brothers. Guy. Golden. Colo.; Burrell, Denver: Orville, Rapid City, and Simon. "A W I V I I 1 C , A L C I U f l U V x l L V , St. Lawrence: three sisters, Onal Sylvia Cronan, Miller. Baker, Ft. Collins, Colo.: Mrs. On Golds'Slender. Custer and I

Clipped from The Daily Plainsman09 Nov 1962, FriPage 6

The Daily Plainsman (Huron, South Dakota)09 Nov 1962, FriPage 6
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