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(September 15, 1888 - July 14, 1958)
The Lusk Herald
July 24, 1958
Services for Frank Scott Held Here Saturday Morning
Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Liborius Morganscheives at St. Leo's Catholic Church Saturday morning for Frank A. Scott, 69, prominent Lusk businessman since 1929. He died July 14 from a heart attack. Rosary services were held Friday evening from the Peet Chapel. Burial was made in the Lusk Cemetery.
Pall bearers were George Gibson, Art Dalgarno, Harry Austin, James Barrett, Joe Kuhn, and Walter Farell.
Frank Scott was born September 15, 1888 in Elsie, Nebr. He attended Pharmacy School in Omaha and operated a drug store in Crawford before moving to Douglas where he operated a drug store from 1917 to 1926.
Mr. Scott started working as a watchmaker for Daniels Jewelry in 1926 in Lusk and purchased the business three years later and changed the name to Scott Jewelry.
He was married in 1914 to Gertrude Leetch of Crawford. They were the parents of two sons.
He is survived by his wife, two sons, Donald R. of New York, and James A. of Jefferson, Wis., a sister, Grayce Hiatt, Chadron; two brothers, Bill Scott, Midland, Texas and Irvin Scott, Laramie. His parents, two brothers and two sisters previously died.
July 17, 1958
Frank Scott Dies Suddenly Monday
Frank A. Scott, 69, prominent Lusk business man since 1929, died suddenly from a heart attack Monday morning. He had just backed his car out of his drive and pulled along side the curb when he was stricken.
Funeral arrangements are pending the arrival of a son, Donald, who lives in New York.
Survivors include Mrs. Scott, two sons, Donald of New York and Jimmy of Jefferson, Wisc.; one sister, Grace, and two brothers, Bill of Texas, and Irvin of Laramie
Mr. Scott started working as a watchmaker for H. R. Daniels of Daniels Jewelry in Lusk in 1926. He purchased the firm in 1929 and changed the name to Scott Jewelry.
In memory of Frank A. Scott, my employer and firend for over 31 years.
His smiling way and pleasant face, are a pleasure to recall;
He had a kindly word for each, and died beloved by all.
The pearly gates were opened, a gentle voice said, "Come"
And with farewells unspoken he gently entered home.
Some day we hope to meet him, some day, we know not when,
To clasp his hand in the better land, never to part again.
Mrs. Emily Wood, and others now employed at Scott Jewelry
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