Clipped From The Atchison Daily Globe
as girl New Orleans, V. Klulii Funeral fcrvkes HeW it St. Benedict'$ Funeral sen-ices for Theodore Edward (Dutch) Kluth. who died Saturday after an illness of three years, most of which was spent In hospitals, were held at 10:30 o'clock this morning at St. Benedict's church and burial was in Mt. Calvary cemetery. The rosary was recited recited at the Harouff Buis service service chapel Sunday evening. Pallbearers Pallbearers were Alfred Kramer, Dan Stafford, Leo Van Dyke, Charles Milier, Theodore Tinschert and Jolm Tenhoider. Born October 27. 1384, on the site of the State Orphans' home before that institution was established, established, Mr. Kluth was a son of Gottfried and Barbara Kluth, Atchison pioneers. He attended St. Louis college and learned the plumbing and steam fitting trade in the shop of Tom and Dick Herbert. For a long period of years he was em-! ployed by the W. B. Hayes Plumb- ing Co. From 1898 until 1933 the i Kluth home was at 1208 North I Third. Surviving; are two brothers and two sisters: \V. H. Kluth, Nevada, Mo.; Mrs. E. C. Bilimek, Kansas! City; Mrs. H. B. Lackey. Atchison, and M. J. Kluth. Hook Island. 111.! He was one of ten children. A r. Frank Kluth. died in 1937, and a sister, Miss Eva Kluth. in 1933.! Three brothers and sisters died in' infancy. i Here for the funeral were W. Q Kluth and Mrs. E. C. Bilimek. Bilimtk, who has lived in Kansas City the past four years was accompanied accompanied by her daughters, Mrs. Mary Baker and Mrs. J. M. Cronin, also of Kansas City, and Mrs. Baker's sons, Harry and Edmond.