Mrs. Louise Giinther, who died last week, was an old timer in Lusk having come here with Mrs. Lena Henry before the present town was started. She was respected and honored by all who knew her and her death at the early age of 49 years is a shock to her many friends and an irreparable loss to her children. Her husband, the late John Giinther, at one time conducted a hardware business on the corner of Main and Second streets, where the Barnes store now is, and made money; they raised a family of four children who survive them. George, the eldest, is an efficient clerk with H. C. Snyder & Co. and the three younger children have been attending the Lusk school. On Saturday next they will leave for Lexington, Mo. where they will make their future home with their grandmother.
Card of Thanks
We take this opportunity of returning our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all our friends and neighbors for their many, many acts of kindness and for their sympathy and condolence during the last illness of our sister-in-law and mother.
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|Obituary||Blunk, Betty (01/02/1923 - 04/27/2000)||View Record||Obituary||Giinther, George (09/11/1892 - 08/26/1985)||View Record||Obituary||Giinther, John (06/02/1901 - 12/09/1964)||View Record||Obituary||Giinther, Lenora (12/08/1891 - 05/22/1967)||View Record||Obituary||Giinther, Glen (11/30/1915 - 10/13/1949)||View Record||Obituary||Giinther, William (10/09/1865 - 01/03/1943)||View Record||Obituary||Henry, Lena (08/13/1857 - 03/15/1945)||View Record||Cemetery Record||GIINTHER, LOUISA||View Record|