Sunday, February 26, 2012
The Wichita Beacon-Kansas' Greatest Newspaper
aunt minerva collection
very faded, photocopied newspaper article.
will try my best!
Potwin for four years, he moved to Whitewater, where he pioneered and organized the
Federated Church movement, serving as pastor for a number of years. He returned to Potwin in 1927 and since 1929 has been in the insurance business and employed as state oil inspector.
Surviving are his widow, Mary E. Higdon; one son, Philip of El Dorado; three daughters, Mrs. Elsie Smith of Potwin, Mrs Carrie Hill of Coldwater, and MRs Mary Ferking of Newton; two brothers; four sisters; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday from the Christian Church in Potwin with the Rev. Francis Bruce officiating. The Smith Mortuary of Whitewater will be in charge.
The body will be taken to Hutchinson for services at the Elliott-Gard Mortuary at 3 p.m. Saturday and burial in Memorial Park there.
WICHITA BOY DEAD
Charles Bruce Wilson, six-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Thomas L Wilson, 518 Symthe, died Thursday night in a local hospital. The
(obviously missing part of this obituary...like the name of the deceased...but this is what I have to work with...)