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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 6 December 1958

Florence Keil's Illness is Fatal
Rites at Milberger Will Be Tomorrow
Final rites and burial for Miss Florence Keil, 33, will be held tomorrow afternoon at Milberger.

Miss Keil, who had been ill most of her life, died at the Larned hospital Saturday afternoon. She became seriously ill Friday.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Emanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger. The Rev. Arthur Traugott will officiate with burial to be in the Milberger Cemetery.

A brief prayer service for the family will be held at 1 p.m. at the Deines Funeral Home.

Born Jan. 24, 1924 at Milberger, Miss Keil had spend much of her life in that community although she was hospitalized a great deal.
Survivors include the parents, Mr and Mrs. Victor E. Keil, Milberger; two sisters, Mrs. Clara Gilliart of Beaver and Mrs. Josephine Springer of Hoisington; and (seven) brothers, Gerhard of Otis, J. H. of Casper, Who., Dr. Ernest Keil of Temple, Tex., Melvin of Salina, Wally of Wichita, and H. H. and Clifford of the home.
(Funeral Card)

Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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