The Belleville Telescope from Belleville, Kansas on December 1, 1960 · Page 10
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Belleville, Kansas
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Thursday, December 1, 1960
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2B THE BKLLEVILLJl Richard Keith SuHen Kichard Keith (Dick) Sutton was born April, 9, 1944, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Concordia, Kan., the son of Wayne, and Masy (Holgerson) Sutton. The family lived north of Courtland at the time of his birth, but moved soon to the Oak Crek community west of Norway, Kan. Dick attended the public schools ai Norway and Kaek ey during his grade years and was in his third year at Courtland high school. In his years at Courtland high he enjoyed his teachers, the school, and it's activities. He had taken part in chorus, band, athletics, Hi-Y and at the time of his death was practicing for the junior play. Dick was a member of the Future Farmers of America Chapter and took much interest in his livestock and farm- Dick was baptized and joined the C omnuinity Evangelical United Bre Ihrcn Cilurch at Norway in 1958 and was a loyal member and worker in his church and youth activities. As a boy he enjoyed playing cookie bill! with the "Norway team and was a member of Cub Scout Tron N»- :::iO and the Eager Beaver 4 -H club. Dick passed away at 5:45 pm. November 16, 1960, as a result of a car accident. He was 16 years, seven months, and seven days old ;it the time of his death. lie is survived by his parents, l\Ir. and Mrs. Wayne Sutton of .Jamestown; one brother. Warren of llie liome. and his paternal grand)) irciils. Mr. and Mrs. George Sutton o'l Norway. Also Dick leaves to liiourn his passing aunts, uncles, (•(jiisins, and a host of friends. lie was predeceased by his maternal urandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Faslman of Jamestown. Memorial Services were held at I'M) p.m. Sunday afternoon, Novem- b; T 20. at the Comnaunity Evange- liial United Brethren church in Norway, Kan. The Rev. Holland Williams and the Rev. Franklin Wcndlind afficiated. Mrs. Chester Hill Funeral services were held at Ilardv Thursday afternoon, November ,-), for Mrs. Chester Hill, who (lied at Hastings Sunday, October :'.0, She was 68. She had lived ;a Hardy for 20 years. Rorn near Talmo, Kan., Feb- niary 23, 1892, .she was Eva K. Horner, daughter of Russell and Lydia Horner. She was married to Clarence Bowersox in 1910 and four children CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS for all occasions Corsages, Wedding and Funeral Arrangements We Deliver — Phone 72 Member ot Telegraph Delivery Service NEVA'S FLOWER and GIFT SHOPPE South Side Square wjre born to the union, Robert, Florence; Floyd and Clyde. _ Later she was married to Chester Hill and four children were born to this union, Vernon, Sylvia, Billy and Beryl. Surviving are three sons, Robert of Hastings, Beryl of Lincoln and Vernon fff Superior- daughters, Florence of Goodland, Kan., and Sylvia of Grank Juncion, Colo., 28 grandchildren, /two great grandchildren; one step-son, James Hill of Belleville; one brother, Olive Horner of Belleville, and one sister, Linda Way of Concordia. Her husband, Chester Hill, died pnly a few weeks ago. She was also preceded in death by three sons, Clyde, Billy and Floyd. The Rev. Virgil Leach officiated at the held in the Scott Chapel at Hollis cemetery, Cloud county, Kan. Fred Herbert Nitcher Fred Herbert Nitcher, son o; and Elizabeth Nitcher, was born November 23,1888, at Kirwin, Kan., and passed away at the St. Joseph hospital, Concordia, Kafti., November 13, at the age of 71 years, 11 months and 20 days. His entire life was spent in Republic county. Fred was considered a successful farmer, made friends easily and was always wiUing to help his neighbors and friends. Fred was a member of the Union church in Hardy, Neb. Preceding him in death were his mother, father and a brother, Charles. He leaves to mourn his wife Hele and a brpther John of Palo Alto, Cal., Memorial services were held at the United Brethern churth in Republic, November 16 at 2:00 p.m. conducted by the Rev. Rchorn of Davenport, Neb., and the Rev. Bennett of Repubhc, Kan. Interment was in Lake cemetery. Sol Mrs. Sophia Kroeger Anna Sophia Eitzmann was born to Frederick Eitzmann and his wife, Ida, near Harms, August 21, 1883, on their farm four miles northwest of Byron. She was baptized on September 3 of that year at St. Peter Lutheran Chruch, Bryon, by Pastor H. Rehvoidt. She received her education in a nearby school, and received her Christian instruction at St. Peter Lutheran church where she was confirmed on April 15, 1897, by Pastor 0. Lompe. On September 30, 1908, she was united in marriage to Johann Kroeger at St. Peter Lutheran Church. Later that fall the young couple moved to a farm near Gushing, Okla. After about a year and a half they moved back to this community where they spent the remainder 01 their lives. They were faithful members of St. Paul Lutheran Church until death claimed them. This couple was blessed with eight children. On April 9, 1936, her husband passed away. Mrs. Kroeger remained on the farm with some of the children until 1918 when she began to live with her children in their homes. For about a year she had been in poor health, was taken to the hospital in Belleville November 13 where she was until her death on Thursday, November 17, 1960. She HOW BIG AM I? Growing up is a magic probess full of the wonderment of "forty eleven" questions and a million discoveries of the world about us. What parent would miss watching a child take his first step, brandish his own spoon and begin to wonder—How big am I? The Kansas Trucking industry still is enjoying this magic of "growing up". A first -generation industry which got its start in the lata 20's, the motor carrier still is a yovrag member of the Kansas industrial family. Today, trucking has become the state's second largest industry—second only to agriculture as an employer of persons—and trucking ia Btill growing. Providing more than 119,000 jtobs directly in Kansas, trucking has an important impact on the economy of the state. As an employer, a tax payer, a consumer o^ the goods and services of others~and as a transportation service second to none, your highway transportation industry is a cornerstone of better living for Kansas and you, her citizens. 2 Out Of Every? Payohecka Issued In Kansas Goes To, A Person Employed' By The Motor Carrier Industry,, KANSAS MOtOR CARllCRS A$$N. Z900 h Tepf M IN, Topiki^ KaniM reached the age of T! years, i months and 87. days. Preceding her in death besides her husband were a daughter, Ida in .1943, five grandchildren, and six brothers and sisters^ She leaves to honor her memory seven childred, Mrs. Albert (Anna) Rademacher, Newkirk, Okla.; Mrs. Fjitz (Emma) Schlueter of Hardy; Ernest, Mrs. Henry (Freida) Wittke, Albert, Otto, and Mrs. Raymond (Hilda) Marquart of Byron; 25 grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; five brothers and sisters, F. W. Eitzmann of Ponca City, Okla.; August Eitzmann of man of Byton; llr^. Ida Frel MJd I Mrsi Frei heaz of Fairw»ter, Wis.; ''and many other relatives and ends. Funeral services ytet^ MM 4t St. Paul Lutheran Churoh in Byron Saturday, November 19^ 2:00 p.m., and were conducted by Pastor Dennis D. Mueller. Interment was made in St. Paul Lutheran cemetery. TELIfiSCOPB THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1960 Elmer Carl Larson Elmer Carl Larson, son of John 0. and Lottie Samuelaon Larson, was born March 7, 1887, at Jamestown and passed away November Newkirk, Okla.: Ernest A. Eitz- 19. 1960^ at Belleville at the age of 78 years, seven months and 22 days. ^ ' He received his schooling at Salt Marsh District No. 104 and was a life time resident of Republic county. liB was inarcied to Mary Victor of Woodward, Okla., on Septehiber 10; 1910. One daughter, Frances, and, five sons, Russell, Ralph, Lloyd, Vincent and Edward, were b6rn to this union. He was baptized and confirmed at Ada Lutheran church and was a member .of that church until his membership was transferred to the First Methodist church at Belleville. He was.precefled in death by his wife, Mary, who ^ied December 13, 1969, and his father and mother. He is survived by his daughter, Frances, Mrs. Gilbert Swenson of Jamestown; five sons, Russell of Topeka, Ralph of Houston, Tex., Llo.vd of Garden City, Vincent of th« home and Edward tff Lawrence; two daughters-in-law, Barbara and Doris; iour grandchildren, Nancy and Bruce Larson of Houston, Tex., Kini Larson of Garden City and Ann Swensoh of Jamestown; two brothers, Gilbert Larson of Jamestown and August Larson of Belleville, aM five sisters, Mrs. Minnie Hultquist, Mrs. Maurine .Smith and Mrs. Esthet Niswender of James­ town, Mrs. Bertha Frye of Randall and Mrs. Ella Lundstcdt of Red Oak, la. tl WANT STORIES ABOUT KANSAS "Someone in Kansas is going to win ?50 in cash for the best "Factual" Story about Kansas," the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas have announced this week. The stories are to be previsouly unpublished, factual stories about pioneer Kansas and arc not exceed 750 words. 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