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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 8 September 1982
Obituary of AMELIA NUSS
Amelia Nuss, 81, died Sept 8, 1982 at the Russell City Hospital after a short illness. Born Amelia Karst, July 23, 1901, in Barton County, she was a resident of Russell since 1959. She married Edward Nuss, March 24, 1921, in Milberger.

Mrs. Nuss was a member of the United Emanuel Lutheran Church in Milberger.

Survivors include the widower; three sons, Leland, Earlin and Eugene, all of Russell; one daughter, Ruth Mai, Russell; two half brothers, Herman Karst, Galatia, and Henry A. Karst, Hutchinson; one sister Marie Kramer, Hoisington; two step-sisters, Mollie Nuss, Russell, and Katie Radke, Wichita; five grandchildren, one step-grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and two step great-grandchildren.

Funeral was Saturday at the church with Rev. Robert Krier officiating. Burial was in the Milberger Cemetery.
Memorials are suggested to the church or Russell City Hospital Foundation.
(Funeral Card)
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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