RENO COUNTY, KANSAS
PETERS, RUFUS S.
Death of Rufus S. Peters
Hutchinson --- Rufus S. Peters, 63, died May 4 at a local hospital after an illness of several hours.
Mr. Peters has been a employee of Santa Fe for the past 18 years as watchman at the Main street crossing.
Funeral services were held Sunday from the Re-organized Church of the Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ at Avenue C and Plum, and burial was in Memorial Park cemetery.
Mr. Peters is survived by his widow, living at the home address, 628 North Carey; two daughters, Mrs. T. E. Turpin, Huthcinson, and Mrs. E. T. Sanders, Kansas City; two sons, C. C. of Hutchinson, and Earl C. of Joplin, Mo.; and one brother, Wm. A. Peters of Webb City, Missouri. (The Hutchinson Record Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, May 12, 1933 page - 3 *** column - 1 submitted by Rose Stout)
Phares Services Wednesday
The funeral services of Enos Phares will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Johnson Funeral Parlors. The services were delayed because of difficulty in reaching his son and his sister who were not at home when information of his death was sent them. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Monday, June 8, 1925 page - 2 *** column - 3 submitted by Rose Stout)
(formerly: Johnson & Son)
Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home
300 East 30th
Hutchinson, KS 67502
Mrs. John Phelps
Eva G. Phelps, 95, of 2301 Severance, died June 10, 1986, at Hutchinson Hospital. Born Eva Jarvis on July 3, 1890, at Plevna, she married John Phelps in January 1915 at Hutchinson. He died April 20, 1932.
A lifelong Hutchinson resident, she was a bookkeeper for the city of Hutchinson for 22 years, retiring in 1955. She was a member of the Faith United Methodist Church and the Silver Leaf Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star.
Survivors: sisters, Nina Wilson, 441 North Washington, South Hutchinson, Maxine Plush, 2700 North Washington; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Service will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Johnson and Sons Memorial Chapel; the Rev. Elsie Chrickard. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. To 9 p.m Thursday at Johnson and Sons. Memorial to the church.
(photo of Eva G. (Jarvis) Phelps is on the obituary)
died: June 10, 1986
(Hutchinson newspaper obituary on index card on file at the Hutchinson Public Library, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas) submitted by Rose Stout)
Carlos E. Plush, 80, of 2700 North Washington, died Jan. 1, 1985, at Golden Plains Convalescent Center, after a long illness. Born Jan. 23, 1904, at Penalosa, he married Maxine Jarvis Aug. 2, 1925, at Hutchinson. He was a retired employee of the industrial Tool Co. and had been a resident of Hutchinson since 1922.
He was a member of the tenth Avenue United Methodist Church, Past Master of the Reno Masonic Lodge No. 445 AF & AM.
Survivors; wife, of the home; son, Dennis, Inman; sister, Lela Zink, Turon; three grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 4 p.m. Friday at Elliott Chapel, the Rev. Tom Smith. Masonic graveside service will be at Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. Until 9 p.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. Until service time Friday at the mortuary. Memorials to the church.
Died: January 1, 1985
(Hutchinson newspaper obituary on index card on file at the Hutchinson Public Library, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas) submitted by Rose Stout
Dennis E. "Bud" Plush Sr., 76, died April 21, 2003, at Hospice House Hutchinson. He was born Feb. 15, 1927, at Hutchinson, the son of Carlos & Maxine Jarvis Plush. He was a 1945 graduate of Hutchinson High school. A lifetime resident of Hutchinson, he was a retired postal clerk and window technician at Hutchinson Post Office and was a custodian at Wiley Grade School.
He attended Tenth Avenue United Methodist Church and was a member of American Legion Lysle Rishel Post No. 68 and American Postal workers Union. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II.
On March 2, 1953, he married Helen Lurene Spencer at Kansas City, Mo. She died March 1 1990.
Survivors include: a son, Dennis E. Plush Jr., Wichita, and Darrin Plush, Hutchinson; a daughter, Diana K. Norton, Overland Park; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be a 2 p.m. Thursday at Elliott Chapel, Hutchinson, with the Rev. Alan Stambaugh presiding. Visitation will be from 1 to 9 p.m. Today 9 a.m to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. To noon Thursday, all at the mortuary. Burial will be in Eastside Cemetery, Hutchinson, with military graveside rites conducted by Fort Riley Honor Guard.
Memorials may be sent to Hospice of Reno County, in care of the mortuary.
(photo of Dennis E. 'Bud' Plush is on the obituary)
born: February 15, 1927
died: April 21, 2003
(Hutchinson newspaper obituary on index card on file at Hutchinson Public Library, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas) - submitted by Rose Stout)
Inman ---- Lynn C. Postier, 70, died Aug 27, 1994, at his home.
He was born Sept. 1, 1923, in McPherson County, the son of Arnie L. and Hester Belle Theiss Postier. A lifetime McPherson County resident, he was a farmer and rancher.
He was a member of St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Inman.
On June 4, 1950, he married Lenore Stansel at Hutchinson. She survives.
Other survivors include: two sons, Loren D. and Lowel, both of rural Inman; and four grandchildren.
Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the North Inman Cemetery. Memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at st. Peter's United Church of Christ, Inman, with the Rev. Melvin D. Miller presiding. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Glidden-Ediger Funeral Home, McPherson.
Memorials may be sent to the church building fund in care of the funeral home. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Monday, August 29, 1994 page - 12 *** column - 1 submitted by Rose Stout)
Death of Mrs. Ravens
Hutchinson --- Mrs. Katie Ravens, 76, pioneer of Kingman, died at her home in that city after an illness of several days, though she had been an invalid for the past year.
Mrs. Ravens had been a resident of Reno county for 47 years, locating on a claim in the south part of the county in 1886. Then moved to Kingman in 1921, and Mr. Ravens died in 1924.
Surviving their mother are four daughter, Mrs. Anna Lambert and Mrs. Sena Rollman of Pretty Prairie; Mrs. Lydia Kuhn of Pretty Prairie; and three sons, John and Sam of Kingman, and Henry of Arlington. (The Hutchinson Record Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, May 12, 1933 page - 3 *** column - 1 & 2 submitted by Rose Stout)
Body Arrives Here.
Funeral Services for Robert Rea to be Held in Morning.
The body of Robert a. Rea, former Hutchinson bandman, who died this week at Tucson, Ariz., arrived in Hutchinson today, the remains being accompanied by his widow.
The funeral will be held here at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the Johnson Funeral Parlor, the Elks lodge having charge of the service.
The deceased was formerly a member of the Twenty-first Kansas regimental band, in the Spanish-American war, and all war-veterans of the 21st Kansas, and other Spanish-American war vets are urged to attend the funeral in a body. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, January 4, 1924 page - 13 *** column - 7 submitted by Rose Stout)
Walter Redd, 63, of 1800 North Harrison, died May 7, 1995, at Hutchinson Hospital.
He was born May 27, 1931, at Hutchinson, the son of Archie W. and Gladys Loyal Redd. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, he was the owner and operator of Exterior Arts Home Improvement, retiring in 1995.
He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving as a corporal at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
On May 26, 1986, he married Madeline Gable at Hutchinson. She survives.
Other survivors include: three sons; Danny Redd, Mississippi, Gary Corwin, Hutchinson, Durlin Corwin, Denver; a daughter, Kimberly Redd; a stepson, Greg Hull, Hutchinson; a stepdaughter, Linda Schmidt, Hutchinson; father, South Hutchinson; four brothers, Wilber, Hutchinson, Karl, Langdon,, and Floyd and Allen both of Buhler; two sisters, Carlene Poe, Hutchinson and Maxine Immesote, Joplin, Mo.; five grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Memorial Park Cemetery, Hutchinson, with the Rev. Stanley E. Cover presiding. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday at Johnson & Sons Funeral Home, Hutchinson.
Memorials may be sent to Hospice of Reno County in care of the funeral home. (Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Tuesday, May 9, 1995 submitted by Rose Stout)
Death of Mrs. Reddersen
Hutchinson --- Mrs. Augusta Reddersen, 83, who has been ill for several months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. F. Coe, 1801 North Main, died Thursday afternoon, May 1.
Mrs. Reddersen, a resident of Hutchinson since 1887, is survived by two daughters, Mrs. D. F. Coe of this city and Mrs. H. H. Taylor of Glendale, California; also by two granddaughters, Mrs. Arlie Estes of this city, and Mrs. Frank Knight of Glendale, California.
Funeral services were held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Coe, with burial in Eastside cemetery. The service of the Christian Science church was used. (The Hutchinson Record Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, May 12, 1933 page - 3 *** column - 1 submitted by Rose Stout)
William S. Straight, 79, retired machinist, died at his home, 22 East Carpenter, Thursday. He had been ill two years.
Born in New York state Oct. 15, 1868 Mr. Straight came to Hutchinson 35 years ago. He had been a machinist for the Morton Salt company and the Hutchinson foundry.
His widow, Martha, is the only survivor.
Funeral services were held Monday at 10:30 a.m. In the Johnson and Sons chapel. Rev. M. J. Duncan officiated and burial was in the Memorial Park cemetery. (The Hutchinson Record Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, September 24, 1948 page - 11 *** column - 4 submitted by Rose Stout)
Pretty Prairie --- Mrs. Ethel Stucky, 76, of Pretty Prairie, died Tuesday morning at Wichita Wesley Hospital after a six-week illness. Born July 26, 1895, at Zenda, she was married to Peter Stucky, Dec. 9, 1915, at Hutchinson. He died April 24, 1959. She had lived here 50 years.
She was a member of the Pretty Prairie First Mennonite Church.
Survivors include sons, Elmer, Wichita; Leroy Bruce, San Antonio, Texas; daughters, Mrs. Katherine Graber, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Aloah Adams, Pasadena, Calif.; Mrs. Irma Morse, Philipsburg, Penn.; Mrs. Opal Sutliff, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mrs. Edith Driever, broken Arrow, Okla.; 28 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the church; Rev. Ben Rahn. Burial will be at the church cemetery. Friends may call until 9 p.m. Friday at Livingston Mortuary, Kingman. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, August 29, 1969
page - 12 *** column - 2 submitted by Rose Stout)
Raymond Stucky Dead
Raymond Bell, the six year old son of Peter Stucky northwest of Pretty Prairie, died Monday at the Kingman Hospital, where he had arrived twenty minutes before for treatment.
"Buddy," as everyone knew him, was an exceptionally bright little boy whose mind and actions were much advanced for his years. "Buddy's" sunny disposition will be greatly missed among his relatives and friends. He leaves his parents, a brother and two sisters all younger than himself, besides two great-grand-mothers, two grandfathers, and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.
Services were held at the house Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. b. M. Dobbin, followed by services at the church, conducted by Rev. Bahnmann and Dobbin. (Pretty Prairie Times Pretty Prairie, Reno county, Kansas August 3, 1922 page - front *** columns - 4, 5 & 6 submitted by Rose Stout)
The Passing of O. Suttle
In the death of O. Suttle, of 526 East ave C Hutchinson looses one of it's best citizens who has been actively associated with the best interests of the city for more than thirty years.
Obadiah Suttle was born in Putnam couty, west Virginia Nov 14 1856. He was of a family of seven children of whom two sisters and two brothers still survive.
On the sixth day of April 1887, Mr. Suttle married Victoria E. Masson. A few years later they removed to Garfield county, near a part of Finney county, Kansas, and in the fall of 1887 to Hutchinson where they have since made their home. Their five children, Mrs. J. B. Lewis, W. S. Suttle, F. T. Suttle, C. E. Suttle, and Mrs. C. P. Faubion, all of this city, remain to comfort their mother.
Mr. Suttle helped to build the first salt plant ever erected in the city and served as superintendent of same for many years. About four years ago he joined with his sons in the grocery business on East B where he took peculiar delight in being associated with them.
His many friends knew Mr. Suttle as a quiet unassuming, uncomplianing man of unempeachable character. As a father and husband he was thoughtful and indulgent, yet always holding forth a high standard of life. He with his wife, was a member of the Hadley Methodist church of this city. As a city councilman for four years he had an opportunity to express his interest in the welfare of others in a very practical way.
For several months Mr. Suttle has been in failing health, but not until the last nine weeks was he confined to his bed. His illness was of such a nature that it demanded constant care and involved great suffering, yet there was no complaining but always thoughtfulness for others rather than himself.
The funeral will be held from the home tomorrow, Friday morning, at 10 o'clock, conducted by the rev. W. T. Danner, assisted by Rev. Horace W. Cole. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Thursday, December 19, 1918 page - 5 *** column - 3 submitted by Rose Stout)
Reno County Kansas Marriage Record (book)
Frank T. Suttle - age 21 of Hutchinson, KS (record: 9-535)
Carie O. Hurty - age 19 of Hutchinson, KS
Nov 30 1910 at Anton Hurty's home
by: Victor E. Holmstedt, Min.
Clyde E. Suttle - age 20 of Hutchinson (record: 9-378)
Mina Ethel Wood - age 23 of Hutchinson
April 3 1910 at Hutchinson, KS
by: O. L. Cook, Min.
Their Record Reno County World War II
Bob Campbell Post VFW
1940 - 1945
William W. Suttle, 1st Lt., Army Air force, pilot of b-17 bomber, Keesler Field, Biloxi, Miss., two years. Previously at Roswell, N.M., and Clearwater, Fla. In army 3 ½ years. Son of Mrs. Estella Suttle, Hutchinson. Wife, daughter of Mrs. Hazel Veatch, 115 East 11th.
William S. Suttle, 42, died yesterday afternoon at a local hospital, following an illness of several weeks. He is survived by his widow and three children: George and Willis who live at the home, 314 North Gregory, and Mrs. Elmer Wilfong, of 903 Third Ave. east.
Funeral service will be held at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at Johnson;s funeral parlors, with Rev. J. P. White officiating. Burial will be in Eastside cemetery. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Thursday, April 1, 1930 page - 9 *** column - 3 submitted by Rose Stout)
Mrs. Lee Tadlock died at the family home in Seward, Kansas, Thursday night February 29th after a short illness. She had undergone a surgical operation for a minor ailment and blood poisoning set in which resulted in lock-jaw and death.
Mr. and Mrs. Tadlock formerly lived in Turon and have many friends here who extend sympathy to the bereaved father and children. (Turon Weekly Press Turon, Reno County, Kansas Thursday, March 7, 1912 page - 7 *** column - 3 submitted by Rose Stout)
Mrs. Amy Blanche Teter, 75, RFD 4, died Tuesday at South Hospital after a five-month illness.
Born Oct. 27, 1896, in Clay Township, she as married to Jess M. Teter, Nov. 1, 1914. She was a life-long resident of Reno County.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church.
Survivors include the widower; sons: Chester, 2707 Apple Lane; Melvin RFD 4; brothers: S. G. Hegarty, RFD 4; R. D. Hegarty, 726 East 10th; Sam Hegarty, 719 Pierce; six grand-children; three great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren
Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Johnson and Sons Chapel; Rev. Robert W. Hodges. Burial will be in Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call from noon to 9 p.m. Wednesday and from 9 a.m. To service time Thursday at the chapel.(The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Wednesday, April 19, 1972 page - 10 *** column - 1 submitted by Rose Stout)
Alfred R. Teter, 68, 415 West Sherman, died at 5 a.m. Thursday at his home. He had been in poor helth for several yars.
He was born Sept. 19, 1892, in Hutchinson and had lived here all his life. He was an employee of the Western Foods Products Co., and a member of the E.U.B. Church. He married Pheobe Rucker March 26, 1911, in Hutchinson.
Survivors are the widow; three daughters, Mrs. Marie Dixon, 917 West 3rd; Mrs. Maxine Harding, 207 West b; Mrs. Marjorie Lilja, 2209 North Jackson; a son, Charles R., 413 West Sherman; two sisters, Mrs. Nannie McCutchan, Inman; Mrs. Myrtle Huffman, 310 West 7th; three brothers, Bert, Buhler; Jess, RFD 4; Carl, RFD 2; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. (The Hutchinson News Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, January 27, 1961 page - 3 *** column - 1 submitted by Rose Stout)
TETER, CHARLES RAYMOND
Charles Raymond Teter, 69, 413 West Sherman, died Jan. 14, 1990, at the Halstead Hospital.
He was born Jul 1, 1920, at Hutchinson, the son of Alfred Ray Teter and Loretta Rucker. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, he was a retired plumber and was the founder of the Ray Teter Western Swing Band.
He was past president and trustee of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No. 2550, Hutchinson.
On Sept. 1, 1951, he married Darlene Neil, at Russell. She survives.
Other survivors include: a son, Steve, Pompano Beach, Fla., Kimeron, Kevin, both of Hutchinson; four daughters, Shirley Kern, Plevna, Kandee McGill, Kasha DeGarmo, Karma Broyles, all of Hutchinson; three sisters, Marie Kaiser, Maxine Harding, both of Hutchinson, Marjorie Lilja, Zenda; 13 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 3 p.mn. Tuesday at Elliott chapel, Hutchinson, the Rev. John Chastain presiding. Friends may call from 11 to 9 p.m. Today and 9 a.m. To service time Tuesday, at the chapel. Burial will be in the Bean Cemetery, Little River.
(photo of Charles Raymond Teter on the obit)
B: July 01, 1920
D: Jan. 14, 1990
(Hutchinson News obituary on index card on file at Hutchinson Public Library, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas) - submitted by Rose Stout
Chester I. "Chet" Teter, 94, died April 21, 2002, at Hutchinson Hospital.
He was born March 3, 1908, at Hutchinson, the son of Jess Melvin and Ethel Arminta Liggett Teter. A longtime Hutchinson resident, he worked for the former Central Fiber Products Company, was a carman with the Sante Fe Railroad and a groundskeeper for USD 308.
He belonged to Union Valley Church, Hutchinson Reno Masonic Lodge No. 124, Scottish Rite, Wichita, Oddfellows Lodge, Hutchinson, and the Transportation and Communications International Union.
On April 24, 1932 he married Meda E.Bump at Lusk, Wyo. She survives.
Other survivors include: a son, Robert M., Springfield, Mo.; a half brother, Melvin, Hutchinson; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at elliott chapel, Hutchinson, with Pastor steve Hodgson presiding. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Today, and from 9 a.m. To 9 p.m. Wednesday, with the family receiving friends from 3 to 5 p.m. At Elliott Mortuary, Hutchinson. The family will also receive friends at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Dillon Living Center, Hutchinson. Burial, with Masonic graveside rutes by the Hutchinson Reno Masonic Lodge No. 124 AF & AM. Will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Hutchinson.
(photo of Chester I. 'Chet' Teter is on the obit)
B: March 3, 1908
D: April 21, 2002
(Hutchinson News obituary on index card on file at the Hutchinson Public Library, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas) - submitted by Rose Stout
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