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12 April 1983
In Memory of Amelia Karst
Born: May 3, 1900, Russell County, Kansas
Passed Away: April 12, 1983, Russell, Kansas
Services at: Trinity Lutheran Church, Great Bend, Kansas, Friday, April 15, 1983, 2:00 p.m.

Ministers: Rev. Robert Studtmann, Rev. Charles Tews
Casketbearers: Stephen Becker, Mark Nichols, Michael Becker, Gene Lamb, Leland Nuss, Herbert Krug
Music: Enid Boyle, Organist
Interment: Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Kansas.

Handwritten note on the inside of the funeral card (by Mrs. Elma Dumler Brack) reads:
"Amelia Dumler, the daughter of George Jacob and Katrana (sic) Dumler was born in Russell County, confirmed and baptized in Milberger church, married Oscar Karst on March 7, 1920 at Milberger. They lived in Barton County, north of Galatia, on the old Karst place. Moved to Great Bend in 1946, to 2426 Walnut Drive. Joined Trinity Lutheran (Church) there, later on. Survived by Ulanda Nichols and Marlene Becker; and sister Carolina Holl, Russell; two brothers, Herbert of California and G. Jakie Dumler of Salina, who were not at funeral and 6 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren."
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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