Clipped From The Daily Plainsman
Mrs; Ruben Kludt Dies Wednesday; Services Friday Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the American Lutheran Church for Mrs. Ruben Kludt 930 Idaho Ave. S. E., who! died at St.: John's Hospital Wed-| nesday afternoon. The Rev. Reub-. en Schnaidt will officiate. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. • Edna V. Baum was born in;^ Carthage March 5,1916, the daugh-" ter of Mathilda and Hardy Baum.'f She attended Carthage and Huron^ schools. She was married to Rub-; en C. Kludt in Huron April 30, 1941. Mrs. Kludt is survived by her husband, one son, Holland; two daughters, M y r n a, Mrs; Curtis Jones of Aberdeen, and Bonnie Kludt of Huron; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Baum of Carthage; Carthage; four grandchildren;. three brothers, Lester, Arthur and Leonard, Leonard, all of Huron; and one sis* ter, Mrs. Harold Lotb of Salem, Ore. Pallbearers are Herb Seveiand, Earl Porter, Wendell. Dammeier, Rodney Barnes, Norwood Hanson, and Maurice Egan. F r i en d s may call at the Welter Welter Funeral Home Thursday; afternoon afternoon and evening. The body will lie in state at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday. Memorials to the Cancer Fund will be appreciated.