James LaNute "Newt" Dupes

Photo courtesy of Nancy Mayer, photographer.
Photo courtesy of Nancy Mayer, photographer.

(Date Unknown - December 15, 1919)


Wyoming Newspaper Project
January 2, 1920



The Lusk Standard
January 2, 1920

Funeral services for Newt Dupes were heard in the college chapel last Thursday, conducted by the Rev. W. A. Freeman. Newt had been sick for more than eight months and a few days ago was taken to Omaha for an operation. Mrs. Dupes was a student in the college here during the first term of school conducted in Wilkinson Hall. She and her children have the sympathy of the entire college and community in their bereavement.


The Lusk Herald
December 19, 1919
Knute Dupes is Dead


Knute Dupes, pioneer Jireh citizen, passed away in an Omaha hospital Monday after undergoing the fifth operation for appendicitis. The remains accompanied by Charles Hitshew, passed through Lusk Thursday morning enroute to Jireh where the funeral services and interment will occur.


The Lusk Herald
December 30, 1919 and
Manville News
December 25, 1919


Funeral service for Newt Dupes were held in the college chapel last Thursday, conducted by the Rev. W. A. Freemen. Mrs. Dupes was a student in the college during the first summer term of 1919. She and her children have the sympathy of the entire college and community in their bereavement.


The Manville News
December 18, 1919


Word was received in Manville Tuesday, that Mr. Dupes of Keeline, who was taken to Omaha last week for an operation, died at the hospital there, Tuesday.








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