Dec. 8, 1969: Deaths and funerals of 4 boys in Scott City
Dannie Newcomer SCOTT CITY Kunenil for Dannie Joe; Newcomer, 15, who was killed Saturday in n car- train accident al Scoll City, was this afternoon ill the rs!. o United Methodist Church, Scoll. City, The Rev. Williiim messing officiating. Horn May !), H). r ><l, in Leoti, he was a ninth nn>de student at Scott City Junior High School. He had been a lifetime resident of Scoll City. Survivors include the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen Newcomer, j Scott City; pnlernal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newcomer, Scott City; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Redding, Scott City. A memorial has been nst.ab- shed with The House of f'ray- r for Al! People, Box 9:i7, Jenver, Colo. Melvin Rarzlaff SCOTT CITY — MeJvin Lor- cn Ratxlaff, 16, was killed in a car-train accident Saturday evening at Scott City. Bora Aug. 6, 1953, in Scott City, he had lived here all hi.s ife. He was a junior at Scott lounty High School. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ratz- aff, Scott City, three sisters, Mrs. Errol Koehn, Monte/urn a, Mrs. Manford Koehn, Tribune, and Glenda of the home; eight fen-others, Chester, Healy, Virgil and Gary, Scott City, and Delbert, Leonard, Milford,. Mike and Galen, all of the tiiil fji'imdparenlK, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. SIos, .lolmorc, and maternal grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. William King, Odin. Kunnnil will bo !):30 a.m. tomorrow ill. SI. Joseph Catholic Church, Scott. City, the Rev. Jacob DrcluT officiating. Burial will he al llilk're.sl Memorial I'ark Comclcry, (ireal Bend. C!ravosid<! services will be 1 p.in- tomorrow al, the cemetery. Rosary will be 8:30 tonight at. the t-hurdi. Mrs. Liela Geist SCOTT CITY — Funeral for Mrs. Lei la L. Geist, who died Friday, will bo 2 p.m. tomorrow at l.hc First Christian Church, Scott City, Ihc Rev. Robert K. Brown officiating. Burial will be in Scoll County Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at Weinmanii-Pri.ce Funeral Home, Scoll City. home; and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Marie Dirks, Scott City. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the First Christian Church, Scott City, the Revs. Ron Mickey and W. L. Shackleford officiating. Burial will be at Scott County Cemetery. and and (no by by and Joe N. Duane Daubert 'SCOTT CITY — Duane Dau bert, 15, was killed Saturday in a car-train accident in Scott City. Born Dec. 20, 1953, at Garden City, he had been a lifetime resident of Scott City and was a junior at Scott County High School. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, aind the C.Y.O. of the church, Scott City. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Florence Daubert, Scott City; three brothers, Dan-ell Manhattan, Danny, Fort Campbell, Ky., and Kenton, of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Knuth, Wichita, and Lisa of the home; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daubert, Scott City. Funeral will be at 9:30 a-m. tomorrow at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Scott City, the Rev. Jacob Dreher officiating. Burial will be at Scott County Cemetery. Rosary will be 8:30 tonight at the church. Richard Stos SCOTT CITY — Richard Dean Stos, 16, was killed in a car-train accident Saturday at Scott City. Bom Sept. 10, 1953, at Great Bend, he was a junior at Scott County High School. Ho moved to Scott City Dec. 3, 1965, with with his parents. Pie was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and C.Y.O. of the church, Scott City. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs- Melvin Stos, Scott City; four brothers, Ronald, Kent, Randall and Melvin Jr., all of the home; a sister, Mary Jean of the home; pater- Denis Caul SUBLETTE — Denis Fctzer Oaul, 64, died unexpectedly Saturday night at his home here. Born Aug. ]7, .1905, at; Alden, he was married to. Monica Jacques Demcl June 24, 1934, at Newton. He moved to leltc in 1944 from Wichita had lived hare since, working as an electrician' Survivors include the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Roy C. Campbell, Elizabeth Town, and Mrs. Jack Blair, Satanta; and four grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow' at the Methodist Church, Sublette, the Rev. Frank Little officiating. Burial will be in Haskell County Cemetery. Friends may call Haskell County Funeral Home until 10 a.m. tomorrow. A memorial has been established. Friends may sent contributions in care of Mrs. Sublette. Events Calendar TODAY Women's exercise—6:30-7 p.m., Y Hall. Kxpculive committee meeting— 7 p.m., Y Otfloe. Hoard ot directors meeting—8 p.m., Y Hall. TUESDAY Men's noon fituc.ss—iNbon to p.in., lion Crrimslny Gym. Womc'ii'.s baslcotball—7 p.m., Bun Grimslcy Gym. Y's Gala Ti P Toes. WEDNESDAY Men's noon fitness — Noon 1 p.m., Ben Giimsley Gym. Adult ceramics — 1-3:45 Chris Slgsbflo'a. 701 N. 6th. Baton instruction — At Coop Center. Tiny Tots. 4-4:30 p.m.; ages 7-15, 4:30-5:45 and ' p.m. p.r 5:45-7 G oncological Society — 7 Y Hall. THURSDAY Men's noon fitness — Noon 1 p.m., Ben Grimsley Gym. Women's exercise—6:30-7 p.m., Y Hall. Adult ceramics—7:30-9:30 p.m., Chris Silisbeo'H, 701 N. 6Ui. Slim Trim Tops — 7 p.n»i, Open Forum Scheduled For Way Out Hot Box Featured at the Way'Out Box tomorrow night wiM be "open forum" of discussion by the Rev. John P. Bartholomew, rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church. College students and high school seniors are invited to attend the i'orum from 8:30 11:30 p.m. Way Out is operated at St. Thomas Episcopal Church Father Bartholomew is also director of the Way Coffee House.