Carrol Daily Times Herald Carroll, Iowa Saturday, August 21, 1954 p 7
TDeaths and Funerals KATHKRINB MIIJCK Euneral services were held at St. I Peters Cnurrh in 0mahH Kr4dn >' j ,norm ^ for , Mr5 ""'"erine Mu- G Luke will ifficiat*. he in the Lake Qty lick of Omaha who died Tuesday night. Mrs. Muliek had often visited visited al Carroll in the homes of relatives relatives of her daughter in-law, Mrs Frank Mulick of Los Angeles, Calif., the former Laura Rruch. P>elired at the time of het death. Mrs. MulifK had tnurht in the public public schools of Omaha for many vears. Allending Ihe rites from this area werp Mr and Mrs Walter .1 Hpires. Mr and Mr= Albert Bruch. lop RMC h and Mis Agnes Stork. Carioll. Mr and Mrs John Siamen and daughters. Mrs Boh Scollon and Alma Stamen, and I.e- norp Sherwood Lohrville preceded is Mr. and Vfra Hot- Ci'v (iRACK Hl'TTON « Tintei H'-raM *> « *ipr\ ire » LAKE CITY MISS Grai P ton. 17. a native of the Lake community died early Friday morning at Ihe State Hospi'al in Cherokee. Funeral servues ui'l he a' 2 p.m Monday August 23 a' 'hp Squires Funeral °3 Home hete. The Rev. David Burial will Cemetery. Miss Hution was death by her parents Alex Hutton Surviving are three brothers and two sisters Edwin Hutton Cedar Falls; Walter and lohn Hutton, Yetler; Mrs Bessie Keg.ey and Mrs Ruth Ke .aton, Wyandetto, Mich MCh TIIF.I .KN Nick Theien 79 of Breda, died at 7 15 a in Satin day a! St Anthony Anthony Hospital where he had been a patient since Aug 19 Mr Theien. a retired farmer, was preceded in death by its wife. Sons and daughters survive Funeral servicps are spt for 9 30 a m Monday at St Bernard s 1 'hunh in Breda. The Rev James Laffertv will offer requiem mass. Burial will be m St. Bernards Cemetery The bndv is a' the Olereh-Twit. Funeral Home here, where the rosary rosary will be rented at R o'clock pai h night before the final rites. Mr. Theien was born at Bteda Feb. 7, 1R74.