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The angel of death again made his appearance and this time Keith Everett SUTTON answered the final call. Keith was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George O. SUTTON. He was born Feb 25, 1913, at Haddam, Kansas and departed this life at Hollenberg, KS, Dec 24,1931, at the age of 18 years, 9 months and 29 days. He attended his first year of school at Haddam then in 1919 he moved from her with his parents to Chicago, Illinois, where the family lived until 1926, when they spent a year in Boise, Idaho and Portland, Oregon. Following that family came to Haddam where Keith attended his first year of High School. For the past two years they have lived at Great Bend, KS. He leaves to mourn, besides his parents, a brother, George O, Jr., many relatives and friends. Keith was ill only nine days. He was skating when someone ran into him pushing his hand through a glass cutting a deep gash in his hand. It was apparently healing nicely when tetanus developed. He uncomplainingly suffered the pangs of the disease and they thought he was recovering as fast as possible until Wednesday night, when he began to fail. In the still small hours of the morning he quietly slipped away, leaving only the memory of a kind hearted cheerful lad, who will be missed by all who were endeared to him. The Rev. EDDINS, pastor of the Baptist church in Hollenberg, conducted funeral services in the Haddam church, Sunday afternoon in the presence of many sympathetic friends. As the winter sun began to sink in the west his body was gently lowered to its last resting place in the Haddam cemetery.
Anna Cora ROSE, the daughter of John and Alice GRAY, was born on a farm near Haddam, Kansas on Nov 3, 1885 and was called to her reward at her home at Morrowville, KS on Dec 16, 1957, at the age of 72 years, 1 month and 13 days.
As a young girl she joined the Freewill Baptist Church at Blocker. On Nov 3, 1803 she was united in marriage with Warren G. ROSE of Haddam, KS. Four children were born to this union: Lola May, who died in infancy, Orval W., Grace E. and Loren W. They lived on a farm near Blocker until the death of her husband, Warren on Jan 26,1942.
In 1944, she married Henry ARTERBURN in Twin Falls, ID. He proceeded her in death in 1954. She lived the last few years of her life in Morrowville, KS. She was an Eastern Star member of the Haddam Lodge, Venus Chapter 275. She was a loving and devoted mother, a kind neighbor and friend, always striving to live a Christian life.
Others who preceded her in death were her parents, on sister, Mrs. Grace DAY and her brother,
Milford. Left to mourn her passing are her three children: Grace BALDWIN, Lakewood, Colorado; Orval ROSE of Burley, ID; and Loren ROSE of Idaho; one sister Mrs. May KENNEDY of Morrowville, KS; five grandchildren; Patsie and Jim ROSE of Twin Falls, ID, John CUMMINGS of Topeka, Imogene BALDWIN, Hardy, Neraska, one great grandchild, Curtis CUMMINGS and a host of others relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Dec 19, at the Morrowville Christian Church at 2:00 pm with Philip KING, minister officiating. Burial was in the Blocker Cemetery.
Ray KENTON aged 59, who died at his home at 345 South Winter Street, Salem, OR, Monday morning, Jan 13, was born at Colesburg, IA, Jan 8, 1871. At the age of 8 years he moved to Shurbert, Nebraska, and lived there until 1894 when he moved to Haddam, Kansas. In 1920 he moved to Salem, Oregon where he was living at the time of his death. In 1892, he was united in marriage to Linnie M. DOWNS and to this union five children were born; Mrs. Gladys DOUGLAS of Hagerman, Idaho; Mrs. Hazel SELMAR, Mrs. Alma WILLIS, Miss Harriet KENTON, all of Salem and Charles Worth KENTON, who preceded him in death June 18, 1928. He leaves to mourn his wife, one sister, Mrs. Lizzie GARNET of Holcomb, KS, his daughters, four grandchildren and many friends. Funeral services were conducted Tues. Jan 14, by teh Masonic Lodge of Salem. Interment was in the Belcrest Memorial Park. Mr. KENTON worked for several years as a faithful employee at one of the hospitals in Salem, and for several months after his health had failed the hospital took care of him in reward for his faithful services.