Schupbach, Elsie Marie (Page) 6 Nov 1898 - 27 Dec 1965 CCR 4 Mar 1965 p1
[Note: Daughter of Albert Milton & Laura Jane (Couts) Page; married 14 Dec 1920 John Schupbach 10 May 1895 - 9 Apr 1960]
Mrs. Marie Schupbach, 66, died at 7:45 p.m. Saturday in the home of a daughter in San Antonio, Tex. She had resided with her daughter for 10 months. She was a longtime resident of Christian County, and a member of Highlandville Baptist church. Mrs. Schupbach is survived by two sons, Albert, Aurora and Otta, Point Comfort, Tex.; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Swift, San Antonio, Tex., Mrs. Freda Powers, Marionville, two brothers, Elmer Page, Mt. Vernon, Dean, Springfield; and 13 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Harris.
Schupbach, Emma 10 Dec 1896 - 30 Jan 1982 OH 4 Feb 1982 p5
[Note: Daughter of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach]
Services for Emma Schupbach, 85, Route 1, Clever, were held Feb. 2 in Harris Chapel in Ozark with Barry Barkly officiating. Burial was in Schupbach Cemetery near Spokane. Miss Schupbach died Jan. 30 in her home after a short illness. Survivors include a sister, Anna, of the home; two brothers, Carl, San Paulo, Brazil and Herman, Spokane and several nieces and nephews.
Schupbach, Ernest 22 Jan 1908 - 14 Aug 1945 CCR 23 Aug 1945 p1
[Note: Son of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach]
Ernest Schupbach was born Jan. 22, 1908, at Spokane, Mo., and passed away at his home Aug. 14, 1945, following a lingering illness. He was the son of the late Gottliev and Bertha Shupbach. Survivors include eight brothers and three sisters. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Aug. 16, at the family home near Spokane with burial in the Schupbach cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.
Schupbach, Franz 6 May 1891 - 13 Apr 1948 CCR 15 Apr 1948
[Note: Son of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach; married Sylvia Deffenderfer 6 Apr 1904 - 1 Mar 1972]
Franz Schupbach, 56, died suddenly at his home in Ozark at 6 o’clock Tuesday evening. He was stricken ill that afternoon at the garage in Ozark operated by him and his brother, Albert. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sylvia Schupbach; seven brothers, Walter of Clever, John and Fred of Highlandville, Albert of Ozark, Willie of Springfield, Carl of Brazil, South America, and Herman of Spokane; three sisters, Misses Lena and Emma Schupbach of Clever, and Miss Anna Schupbach of Little Rock, Ark. Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon at the Chaffin Funeral Home, for which all business places will close. Burial will be in Schupbach cemetery, south of Ozark.
Schupbach, Fred 6 May 1889 - 10 Nov 1946 CCR 14 Nov 1946 p6
[Note: Son of Christopher Christian & Barbra (Miller) Schupbach; married 24 Mar 1907 CCM Anna L. Mills 22 Mar 1889 - Oct 1977]
Fred Schupbach, 57, a carpenter and building foreman, died at his home in Nixa Sunday evening following a lengthy illness. He supervised the building of the Spokane, Mo., school and the Webster County courthouse. Mr. Schupbach was born in Grand Island, Neb., but moved to Springfield with his parents when he was 7 years old. He moved to Nixa two years ago. Survivors include his wife, Anna; four sons, Floyd, Graystone, Ky., Clyde, Portland, Wash., Rex, Stuttgart, Ark., and Wilson, of Nixa; one brother, Will, Bremerton, Wash., and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon in the Church of Christ at Chadwick with the Rev. Earl T. Sechler officiating. Burial will be in the Chadwick cemetery under the direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.
Schupbach, Fred “Fritz” 10 Feb 1895 - 6 Dec 1973 OH 13 Dec 1973 p10
[Note: Son of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach; married Loma Hilton 8 Aug 1896 - 6 Feb 1992 m/1 Layton]
Funeral services for Fred Schupbach, 78, of Highlandville, were held Saturday in the Harris Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. Bill Lancaster officiating. Burial was in Schupbach Cemetery near Spokane. Survivors include his wife, Loma; a son, Fritz, Ozark; four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Phipps, Carthage, Mrs. Paul Young, San Antonio, Mrs. Mim Gahagan, Highlandville, and Mrs. Richard Chrisman, Springfield; a brother, Herman, Spokane and three sisters, Miss Emma Schupbach and Miss Anna Schupbach, all of Clever, 15 grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Schupbach, Fred "Fritz" 14 Jun 1926 - 19 Feb 1997 CCH-N 22 Feb 1997
[Note: Son of Fred “Fritz” & Loma (Hilton) Schupbach; married 6 Nov 1948 Kessie Kessinger]
Fred "Fritz" Schupbach, 70, Ozark, died Wednesday, February 19, 1997, in Ozark. He was born June 14, 1926, in Ozark and was the son of Fred and Loma (Hilton) Schupbach. He served his country in the U.S. Navy and on November 6, 1948, married Kessie Kessinger. Mr. Schupbach retired ten years ago from Chicago Bridge & Iron and had farmed since that time. He was a member of Ozark Masonic Lodge #352 A.F & A.M., Scottist Rite of Joplin, and Abou Ben Adhem Temple, Springfield. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Bessie, in 1990; and two brothers, Ward and Carl Schupbach. Survivors include: a son, Fred K. Schupbach and his wife, Linda, Ozark; a daughter, Beth Rowland and her husband, Dave, Ozark; seven grandchildren, Jason Stutesmun, who was raised in the home, and his wife, Karrie; Michelle, Tammy, Heather, Lucas, Michael, and Brennan; two great-grandchildren, Alicia and Justin; four sisters, Hazel Phipps, Carthage, Imogene Young and her husband, Paul, San Antonio, Texas, Mary Gahagan, Highlandville, and Jo Chrisman and her husband, Dick, Springfield; a very special friend, Mary Harris, Ozark; other relatives and friends. A graveside funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, February 22, in Schupbach Cemetery, near Spokane, with Rev. Hubert Swearengin officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Missouri or Shriners Hospital for Children.
Schupbach, Herman 21 May 1910 - 17 Aug 1990 OH 23 Aug 1990
[Note: Son of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach; married Louella Foland 19 Jul 1916 - 17 Jan 1993]
Herman Schupbach, 80, Spokane, died Friday Aug. 17, 1990 in Riverview Manor, Ozark, following a long illness. A lifelong resident of the Spokane Community, he was a farmer and a stockman. He was a member of Friend Lodge No. 352, Ozark. He is survived by his wife, Louella; two daughters, Suzanne Williams, Rogersville, and Betty Iorg, Kansas City, Mo.; a son, Harold, Schupbach, Rogersville; a Sister, Anna Schupbach, Clever, and five grandchildren. Graveside services were Monday in Schupbach Cemetery with the Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. Visitation was Sunday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
Schupbach, Infant 3 Mar 1928 - 3 Mar 1928 CCR 8 Mar 1928
[Note: Infant of Franz & Sylvia (Deffenderfer) Schupbach]
Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Franz Schupbach, March 3. The funeral was under the direction of Chaffin Undertaking Co.
Schupbach, James Herbert 26 Jul 1927 - 6 May 2009 SN-L 8 May 2009
[Note: Son of Walter & Pearl Mae (Wilhite) Schupbach; married 24 Oct 1953 Emogene Filbeck]
Mr. James Herbert Schupbach, 81, Clever, passed away Wednesday, May 6, 2009, in Clever, Missouri. He was born July 26, 1927, in Highlandville, Missouri, the son of Walter and Pearl Mae (Wilhite) Schupbach. James was united in marriage to Emogene Filbeck on October 24, 1953, and together they were members of a non-denominational church, where he was an elder. He was a U.S. Army veteran serving during the Korean War. He was the owner and operator of Clever Mill and Supply and a turkey and cattle farming operation. James was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. His large and gentle hands were exceeded only by his large and gentle heart. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Emogene; four children and their spouses, James Allen and Lynette Schupbach, Anna Marie and Kenny Lambeth, Danny and Lory Schupbach, and Dale Schupbach; grandchildren, Michelle, Sean, Kristen and husband, Steve, Kayla, Brian and wife, Jessica, Andrea and husband, Brandon, Katie, Sara, John and Steven; great-grandchildren, Kacie and Jaycee; a brother, Wilbur Schupbach; extended family and many friends. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 9, 2009, in the New Clever High School gymnasium, on Highway 14 East, with Robert Eberhardt, Leslie Olsen, Joy Widel and Jon Platte officiating. Burial, with military honors, will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Clever. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, in Meadors Funeral Home, in the Republic Chapel. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Brenton Salyers Benefit, in care of the Bank of Billings. Online condolences may be made at www.meadorsfuneralhome.com.
Schupbach, Joseph 27 May 1942 - 28 May 1942 CCR 28 May 1942 p6
[Note: Son of Franz & Sylvia (Deffenderfer) Schupbach]
The infant son, Joseph, of Mr. and Mrs. Franz Schupbach born Wednesday at St. Johns hospital passed away this afternoon at 1 o’clock. Funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at the Schupbach cemetery, under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home.
Schupbach, Lena Bertha 11 Sep 1889 - 21 May 1976 OH 27 May 1976 p 11
[Note: Daughter of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach]
CLEVER - Services for Miss Lena B. Schupbach, 86, Route 1, Clever, will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Harris Chapel, Ozark, with Charles Steffen officiating. Burial will be in Schupbach Cemetery near Spokane. Miss Schupbach died at 4:18 Friday in the home following an illness of several weeks. A native of the Chestnutridge community, Miss Schupbach lived in the area until moving to Clever in 1946. Surviving are two sisters, Miss Emma Schupbach of the home and Miss Anna Schupbach, Stillwater, Okla. two brothers, Herman of Spokane and Carl of Brazil. Contributions may be made to the heart fund.
Schupbach, Linna Bertha (Glauser) 15 Feb 1868 - 26 Jul 1943 CCR 29 Jul 1943 p1
[Note: married 1886 Gottlieb Frederick Schupbach 1865 - 1920; spelling from tombstone and family stories; no MO DC found]
Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Bertha Schupbach, 75, native of Schleuman, Switzerland, who died at her home near Spokane on July 26, were held at the residence on Tuesday, with burial in the Schupbach cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. The Rev. C.N. Mitchell or Springfield, Mo., conducted the funeral services. Mrs. Schupbach came to American at the age of 11 and was married to Gottlieb Schupbach in 1886. Her husband preceded her in death in 1928. She leaves 12 children, Walter, Lena, Franz, John, Fred, Emma, Albert, Anna, Willie, Carl, Ernest and Herman; 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild. She heard the call of the gospel 20 years ago and yielded her life to God.
Schupbach, Loma (Hilton) Layton 8 Aug 1896 - 6 Feb 1992 NN-E 13 Feb 1992
[Note: Daughter of Samuel H. & Mary (Carter) Hilton; married 1919 ? Layton; married c 1926 Fred “Fritz” Schupbach 10 Feb 1895 - 6 Dec 1973]
Loma Schupbach, 95, Highlandville, died Thursday morning, Feb 6, 1992 in her home. She was born Aug. 8, 1896 in Spokane and was the daughter of Samuel and Mary (Carter) Hilton. She was a lifelong resident of Christian County. She graduated from his school at School of the Ozarks, then located in Forsyth and attended Normal School , the present SMSU in Springfield. She served as postmistress in Day and also taught in area schools. The first woman elected to public office in Christian County, she served as county treasurer in the 1920’s. She and her husband later operated a business in Highlandville. She was a member of the Highlandville First Baptist Church. Survivors include four daughters and three sons-in-law, Hazel Phipps, Carthage, Imogene and Paul Young, San Antonio, Texas, Mary and Jim Gahagan, Highlandville, Jo and Dick Chrisman, Springfield; a son, Fred “Fritz” Schupbach, Ozark, a brother, Guy Hilton, Nixa, 14 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Schupbach in 1973; two sons, Ward Schupbach and Carl Schupbach; and a granddaughter, Debbie Phipps. Funeral services were held Saturday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Dr. Emory Elmore and the Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. Burial followed in the Schupbach Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Schupbach, Louella (Foland) 19 Jul 1916 - 17 Jan 1993 OH 20 Jan 1993
[Note: Daughter of Noah & Alpha (Eisenhour) Foland; married Herman Schupbach 21 May 1910 - 17 Aug 1990]
Louella Schupbach, 76, Spokane, died Sunday Jan. 17, 1993 in Cox Medical Center, South, following a short illness. She was born July 19, 1916, the daughter of Noah and Alpha Foland. For most of her life she resided in Stone and Christian Counties. She was a homemaker, mother and grandmother. She was preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Herman Schupbach. Survivors include three children, Suzanne Williams and her husband, Denny, Rogersville, Betty Iorg and her husband, Carroll, Kansas City, . and Hal Schupbach and his wife, Judy, Rogersville; five grandchildren, Cindy Lohman, Springfield, Laura and Emily Iorg, Kansas City, and Chris and Cara Schupbach, Rogersville; two sisters, Dorothy Perkins, Billings, and Lera Leonard, Springfield; other relatives and a host of friends. Services will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 20, in Adams Funeral Home with the Rev. James Ellingsworth officiating. Burial will be in Schupbach Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society.
Schupbach, Lucille (Foland) 4 Feb 1905 - 2 Feb 1976 OH 5 Feb 1976 p6
[Note: Daughter of Noah E. & Alpha (Eisenhour) Foland; married Albert Schupbach 26 Jul 1893 - 17 Mar 1958]
OZARK - Mrs. Lucille Schupbach, 70, Ozark, died at 6:30 a.m. today in Fremont Manor, Springfield, after a long illness. Mrs. Schupbach, a lifelong resident of Ozark, was a member of the Non-denominational Church. Surviving are her son, Paul of Ozark; six sisters, Mrs. Lera Leonard, Kimberling City, Mrs. Zola Eutsler, Springfield, Mrs. Louella Schupbach, Spokane, Mrs. Mildred Parsons, Sheldon, Mrs. Eula Alford, Chico, Calif. and Mrs. Dorothy Perkins, Route 2, Billings; and four grandchildren. Harris of Ozark was in charge of arrangements.
Schupbach, Paul Ray 24 Jul 1937 - 6 Jul 1984 OH 12 Jul 1984 p8
[Note: Son of Albert & Lucille (Foland) Schupbach; married 22 Dec 1961 Marjorie Lou Holloway]
Services for Paul Schupbach, 46, Ozark, were held July 8 in Harris Chapel with the Revs. Mike McGinnis and Faust Matthews and Barry Barkley officiating. Burial was in Schupbach Cemetery. Mr. Schupback died July 6 shortly after admittance to St. John’s Regional Health Center, after apparently suffering a heart attack. A lifelong Ozark community resident, he was a graduate of the Ozark Public School system. He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and Drury College, and had owned and operated Paul Schupbach Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Co.. in Ozark since 1967. He was also a partner in a dealership in West Plains and was a member of Friend Lodge No. 352. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie; a daughter, Elizabeth, of the home; and a son, John, of the home.
Schupbach, Pearl M. (Wilhite) 5 Dec 1895 - 13 Mar 1938 CCR 17 Mar 1938 p1
[Note: Daughter of J. M. & Ollie (Billingsley) Wilhite; married Walter Schupbach 16 Dec 1887 - 29 Mar 1960]
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schupbach and two children of Billings were the participants in an auto wreck near Abesville Sunday morning about 10 o’clock, when a wheel on the car they were driving broke down, throwing the car into the ditch. Mrs. Schupbach, 42, died at the St. Johns hospital in Springfield about 5:45 that evening and Mrs. Schupbach was in very serious condition. Their two sons, Wilburn, 11, and James,9, escaped with only minor injuries. All four were thrown from the machine when it turned over. The car was going down a hill when it was wrecked. Passing motorists summoned an ambulance from Galena and Mr. and Mrs. Schupbach were rushed to Springfield. Mrs. Schupbach is survived by the husband and two sons, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Willhite of Spokane and four sisters. The body is in charge of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. Funeral services will be at Spokane at 2 p.m. Thursday. Walter is a brother to Franz and Albert Schupbach of Ozark.
Schupbach, Pearl M. (Wilhite) 5 Dec 1895 - 13 Mar 1938 CCR 24 Mar 1938 p1
Pearl Willhite Schupbach was born in Christian county Dec. 5, 1895, and departed this life March 13, 1938, aged 42 years, three months and eight days. She was united in marriage to Walter Schupbach Oct. 11, 1927. To this union were born two sons, James, now 11, and Wilburn, aged 0. She leaves to mourn her departure the husband, the two sons, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Willhite of Spokane, four sisters, Mrs. Ray Gillett of Spokane, Mrs. Homer Wescott of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Martin Lee of Ponce de Leon, and Mrs. Mable Gillett of Fort Scott, Kans., besides many other relatives and friends. She was a kind and loving wife and mother, an affectionate daughter and a loving sister. She will be greatly missed by all. She was laid to rest in the Schupbach cemetery March 17, 1938, under the direction of the T.B. Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.
Schupbach, Rex L. 28 Aug 1910 - 6 Sep 1985 OH 12 Sep 1985 p11
[Note: Son of Christian Christopher & Barbra (Miller) Schupbach; married Charleen Beshears]
Services for Rex L. Schupbach, 76, Nixa, were held Sept. 9 in Harris Chapel with the Revs. Kenneth Bandy and Maurice Cox officiating, Burial was in Galloway Cemetery. Mr. Schupbach died Sept 6 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield, following a short illness. A local resident for 45 years, he was a retired contractor. Survivors include his wife, Charleen; a daughter, Sandra Lee Mitchell, Nixa; a son, R. L., state of California; two granddaughters, including Angela Kay Fischer, of the home; and a brother, Rev. Loyd, San Bernadino, Calif.
Schupbach, Robert L. 19 Mar 1933 - 10 Mar 1970 CCR 12 Mar 1970 p8
[Note: Son of Albert & Lucille ( Foland) Schupbach; married Mary June]
Robert L. Schupbach, 36, of Ozark, died early Tuesday in St. Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City following an illness of several months. A native of Ozark, Mr. Schupbach was a graduate of Ozark High School and a 1955 graduate of Drury College, Springfield. He was an Army Medical Corps veteran, member of the South Side Church of Christ in Ozark, Friend Lodge No. 352, A. F. & A. M. and for the past eight years was an insurance claims adjuster. Surviving are his wife, Mary June; two daughters, Teresa and Lisa Ann, both of the home; his mother, Mrs. Lucille Schupbach of Ozark and one brothers, Paul Schupbach of Ozark. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today in Harris Chapel in Ozark with Dwayne Bray officiating, Burial will be in Schupbach Cemetery near Spokane. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Luke’s Hospital Foundation for medical education and research, through the Harris Funeral Home.
Schupbach, Walter 16 Dec 1887 - 29 Mar 1960 CCR 31 Mar 1960 p4
[Note: Son of Gottlieb & Linna Bertha (Glauser) Schupbach; married Pearl M. Wilhite 5 Dec 1895 - 13 Mar 1938]
Funeral services for Walter Schupbach, 72, of Clever, who died Tuesday afternoon at St. Johns Hospital, Springfield, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Clever High School auditorium with burial in Schupbach Cemetery near Spokane, under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Clever. A resident of Christian County since the age of three, he lived in the Chestnutridge community for many years, locating on a farm southeast of Clever in 1943. He is survived by two sons, James Herbert and Wilbur, both of the home; five brothers, John Schupbach of Walnut Grove, William Schupbach of Springfield, Fred Schupbach of Highlandville, Herman Schupbach of Spokane and Carl Schupbach of Sao Paulo, Brazil; three sisters, Lena Schupbach and Emma Schupbach of the home and Anna Schupbach of Little Rock, Ark.; and four grandchildren.
Schupbach, Ward, Pfc. 12 Nov 1929 - 12 Sep 1951 CCR 13 Dec 1951
[Note: Son of Fred & Loma (Hilton) Schupbach]
Pfc. Ward Schupbach, son of Fred and Loma Schupbach, was born at Ozark, MO., on Nov. 12, 1929, and was killed in action in the Korean conflict on September 12, 1951. He attended school at Highlandville, MO, and was a graduate from the High school there in the spring of 1948. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in the fall of that year and trained at Paris Island and Camp LeJeun. He was sent to Korea in February, 1951.
Surviving are his parents; four sisters, Mrs. Hazel Phipps and Mrs. Mary Gahagan of Highlandville, Mrs. Imogene Young of San Antonio, TX, and Mrs. Jo Chrisman of Clever; two brothers, Fred Jr., of Ozark and Carl of the home; two nieces and four nephews. Services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Highlandville church with burial in Schupbach cemetery under direction of Chaffin of Ozark.
Korean War Casualties, 1950-1957 Name: Ward Schupbach
Birth Date: 12 Nov 1929 Gender: Male Race: Caucasian Home City: Highlandville Home State: Missouri Citizen Status: US Citizen Death Date: 12 Sep 1951 Processed Date: Nov 1979 Casualty Country: Korea Casualty Type: Hostile - Killed
Casualty Cause: Gunshot or Small Arms Fire Casualty Air: Ground Casualty
Service Branch: US Marine Corps Component: Reserve (USAR, USNR, USAFR, USMCR, USCGR) Rank: Private First Class
Pay Grade: Private (U.S. Army) Or Airman Third Class (Airman) (U.S. Air Force) Or Private First Class (U.S. Marine Corps) Or Grade/Rate Abbreviations With First Column: A,C,D,F,H,S,Or T; Third And Fourth Columns: Blank (U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard)
Schupbach, Wilson A. 12 Sep 1912 - Sep 1976 OH 23 Sep 1976 p5
[Note: Son of Fred & Anna L. (Mills) Schupbach; married Goldie]
NIXA - Wilson A. Schupbach, 64, Adams, Wis., a former Nixa resident, died at 8 p.m. Thursday in Veterans Administration Hospital, Madison, Wis. after a long illness. A native of Chadwick, he lived in Nixa until about 25 years ago. Mr. Schupbach was a World War II veteran. Surviving are his wife, Goldie; two sons, David and Gene, both of Moline, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Dillon, Hillsdale, Ill.; his mother, Mrs. Anna Schupbach, Nixa; two brothers, Lloyd of San Bernardino, Calif. and Rex of Nixa and three grandchildren. Burial was in Fort Byron, Ill.
Schwartz, Kenneth 23 Jan 1927 - 21 Feb 2006 SN-L 24 Feb 2006
[Note: Son of George & Mae (Leonard) Schwartz; married 14 Jul 1970 Mary "Barbara" Vanderpool ]
Kenneth Schwartz, 79, Republic, passed away at 1:25 p.m. Tuesday, February 21, 2006, in his home. He was born January 23, 1927, in Newark, New Jersey, to George and Mae (Leonard) Schwartz. He was married to Mary "Barbara" Vanderpool July 14, 1970, in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Kenneth was a retired aerospace engineer and a Merchant Marine veteran. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed craft shows, as well as his family, extended family and many friends. His parents, two brothers, and a son, Mike Morgan, preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, Mary, of the home; two sons, Bob Schwartz, Salem, Ore., and Steve Morgan, Valley Center, Calif.; adopted daughter, Jonna Lee Steinmetz, Greenwood, Calif.; a brother, Albert, state of New Jersey; two sisters, Rose, state of Colorado, and Dorris, state of California; four grandsons, Eric Morgan, Ian Morgan, Cameron Morgan, and Garrett Morgan; adopted granddaughter, Jessica Lee Stienmetz; extended family, and many friends. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, February 25, 2006, in Meadors Funeral Home, Republic, with Rev. Delbert Vanderpool officiating. Burial will follow in Highlandville Cemetery, Highlandville, Missouri, with military honors by the Veteran's Memorial Team. Visitation will be 6 t o8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Community Hospice of America. "In our hearts forever"
Schwegler, Esther L. “Etta” ( ) Bryan 24 Jan 1883 - 1 Jan 1951 CCR 11 Jan 1951
[Note: Daughter of Ephraim & Clarinda (Adamson) Powell; married William L. Bryan; married Bartlett Schwegler]
Mrs. Etta Schwegler was born on January 24, 1883 in Cassville, Missouri, and passed away at her home in Kansas City, Missouri, on January 1, 1951. She was first united in marriage to Wm. L. Bryan and to this union one son, J.L. Bryan, was born. He preceded his mother in death. She later married Bartlet Schwegler and to this union one son and two daughters were born. This son also preceded her in death. She is survived by the two daughters, Mrs. Vivian McIntire of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Bitha Griffin of Ohio; three brothers, Ernest Powell of Kansas City, Harrison and Morton Powell, both of Clever; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Yenter of Denver, Colo., and four grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon in the Chaffin Funeral Home chapel by Rev. Harold Hurst. Burial was in the Ozark cemetery.
Schwegler, H. died Mar 1901 CCR 21 Mar 1901 p1
Card of Thanks
I desire to return my most heartfelt thanks to the neighbors and friends for their kind care and attention to my father, H. Schwegler during his illness, death and burial, having attended to every want, given every care and attending to all details of the funeral services as if of a relative. Words cannot express my gratitude. Jake Schwegler.
Schwegler, Jacob 10 Jun 1874 - 21 Nov 1952 CCR 27 Nov 1952 p5
[Note: Son of Barthelemeu & ? ( ) Schwegler; married Belle; Schweigler on MO DC]
Funeral services for Jacob Schwegler, 78, of near Ozark, who died Friday in Haguewood Hospital, were conducted Monday afternoon in Selmore Baptist Church, The Rev. Hamilton officiated. Mr. Schwegler was born in Zurich, Switzerland. He came to the U. C. with his parents when he was four years old, and the family settled on a farm nine miles southwest of Ozark. Surviving are his wife, Belle; four daughters, Mrs. Dan Holcomb of Ozark, Mrs. Nathan Payne of Turner, Kan., Mrs. George Norman of Washington, Iowa, and Mrs. George Dukes of San Diego, Calif, a son, Rev. Melvin J. of Bolivar and eight grandchildren. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery under direction of Chaffin of Ozark.
Schweitzer, June Elaine (Pearson) 14 Feb 1927 - 10 Aug 2009 SN-L 13 Aug 2009
[Note: Daughter of Enoch & Esther ( ) Pearson; married 10 Jun 1950 Jim Schweitzer]
June Elaine (Pearson) Schweitzer peacefully went to be with her Heavenly Father on August 10, 2009. June was born on February 14, 1927, in Chicago, Ill., to Enoch and Esther Pearson. She met her husband, Jim Schweitzer, while attending Monmouth College, where she later earned a teaching degree in chemistry. Jim and June were married June 10, 1950, and had five children together. June and Jim lived in Iowa, Illinois, and finally Missouri. They moved to Table Rock Lake in 1972, where they resided until moving to The Baptist Home in Ozark, Mo., in 2004. After spending several decades at home with the children, June began her second career and taught mathematics for 17 years at Crane and Reeds Springs. She was an active member of First Baptist Church of Kimberling City, and played the piano and organ there for many years. In addition to her music, June enjoyed baking, sewing, and crafts. She was known for her generosity, and opened her home to various friends and family throughout her life. June was preceded in death by both her parents, Enoch and Esther Pearson; both of her parents-in-law, Elmer and Eleanor Schweitzer; her brother, Roy Pearson; her brother-in-law, Fred Herrick; her brother-in-law, Harry Nystrom; and two of her sons, Jeff and Mark Schweitzer. She is survived by her husband, Jim Schweitzer; her sisters, Laverne Nystrom and Ruth Lindquist and Ruth's husband, Gordie; her sister-in-law, Gloria Herrick and brother-in-law, Jack Schweitzer; her children, Bill Schweitzer and his wife, Patty, Mary Schweitzer, and John Schweitzer and his wife Robi; her grandchildren, Amanda McCreary and her husband, Matt, Mark Schweitzer, Melissa Hasty and her husband, Bucky, Jana Howard and her husband, Phillip, Jason Schweitzer and his wife, Courtney, Rian Schweitzer, and Jared Schweitzer; and three great-grandchildren, Parker and London McCreary and Lyssa Hasty. Services will held in The Baptist Home, in Ozark, Mo., on Thursday, August 13 at 2 p.m. Additional information may be viewed on the Walnut Lawn Funeral Home website. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in June's name to The Baptist Home, PO Box 1040, Ozark, MO 65721.
Schweppe, Hazel Minnie (Keith) 26 Mar 1891 - 4 Nov 1985 OH 21 Nov 1985 p8
[Note: married about 1922 Albert Schweppe 26 Sep 1885 - ? who had married about 1912 Hannah Jane Hanson]
Services for Hazel M. Schweppe, 94, Sparta, were held Nov,. 7 in Adams Funeral Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Oliver Thomas, Carl Thompson and James Applegate officiating, Burial was in Eastlawn Cemetery, Springfield. Mrs. Schweppe died Nov. 5 of natural causes in her home. A longtime Sparta area resident, she was a retired school teacher and a member of the Union Hill Baptist church. She moved to the Sparta area from Webster City, Iowa in 1937. Survivors include two sons, Albert Schweppe, Jr., Forsyth and Roger Schweppe, Sparta; five daughters, Charlotte Bishop, of the home, Eugenia “Jean” Thompson, Mankato, Minn., Lois Herd, Chadwick, Bertha Oftedahl, Ankeny, Iowa, and Helen Larson, Sparta; 19 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Schweppe, Roger Dean 19 Aug 1932 - 13 Feb 1988 OH 18 Feb 1988
[Note: Son of Albert & Hazel Minnie (Keith) Schweppe; married Betty]
Roger D. Schweppe, 55, of Sparta, died at 7:10 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield. Services for Mr. Schweppe were held Tuesday at the Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Revs. Carl Thompson and Loren Donner officiating. Burial was in the Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Schweppe was born Aug. 19, 1932, in Webster City, Iowa, to Albert and Hazel Schweppe. He moved to Sparta in 1935, graduating from Sparta High School in 1950. During his 20 year service with the United States Army-Air Force, Mr. Schweppe became a veteran of both the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War. Following retirement from the service, he joined the Springfield Postal Service, serving as a letter carrier for nine years. Mr. Schweppe was appointed Postmaster of Sparta in 1980. He continued in that position until his death. He was a member of the Union Hill Baptist Church, near Oldfield. His survivors include his wife, Betty; two sons, Roger Dean, Jr., Sparta; and Gregg Alan; Grandview; a grandson, Scott Alan Schweppe, Branson; a brother, Albert Schweppe, Jr., Forsyth; and five sisters, Charlotte Bishop, Sparta, Helen Larson, Sparta, Bertha Oftedahl, Ankeny, Iowa, Eugenia Thompson, Mankato, Minnesota, and Lois Herd, Chadwick.
Scobee, Nola A. (Henderson) 19 May 1927 - 9 Nov 2001
[Note: Daughter of James Tobice & Florence May (Tittsworth) Henderson; married 4 Jan 1946 George O. Scobee 26 Jan 1926 - 4 May 1993]
Nola A. Scobee, daughter of James T. and Florence (Tittsworth) Henderson, was born May 19, 1927 in Reeds Spring, Mo. and departed this life November 9, 2001 in Christian Health Care of Nixa, at the age of 74 years. Nola lived and worked in the Reeds Spring area all her life. She was active in community and civic activities. Nola was a member of Keystone Baptist Church and of the Galena chapter of the Eastern Star. She enjoyed reading, traveling, being with people and playing bingo. Nola was married to George Scobee, January 4, 1946. Together they owned and operated the Reeds Spring D-X station and later the Hilltop Skating Rink. Nola made friends easily and always had a smile. She will be greatly missed. Nola was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Earl Henderson; her granddaughter, Shawn Marie Hudson; and her husband of 47 years, George Scobee. Survivors include her four children and their spouses, Darrell and Lois Scobee of Sanger, Texas, Karen and Jerry Hudson of Springfield, Larry and Debbie Scobee of Reeds Spring and Blaine and Lesa Scobee of Reeds Spring; 1 sister, Beulah Brown of Reeds Spring; 8 grandchildren; 2 step-great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral services will be at 2 p.. Tuesday, November 13, 2001, in Keystone Baptist Church, Reeds Spring, with Dennis Hustead and Joe Wolven officiating. Burial will be in Eisenhour Cemetery under the direction of Stumpff Funeral Home, South, Kimberling City. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday in the funeral home. Springfield News-Leader, November 11, 2001.
Scott, Anna Elizabeth (Reffitt) Gasaway 2 Feb 1923 - 12 Aug 2010 CCH-N 25 Aug 2010
[Note: Daughter of Edward & Lou “Emma” (Wolfenbarger) Reffitt; married John Gasaway 21 Jan 1913 - Jul 1986; married 1976 Waitman P. “Scotty” Scott]
Anna Elizabeth Scott, 87, Springfield, passed away Aug. 12, 2010. She was born Feb. 2, 1923, in Bathe County, Kentucky, near Lexington. She was the daughter of Edward and Lou “Emma” (Wolfenbarger) Reffitt. Anna was the youngest of 13 children. Anna’s mother, Emma, inherited eight children at age 18 from a deadly flu epidemic that killed her siblings, and left their children orphaned. Emma embraced the challenge as a single mother, even while losing her eye sight because she worked in the crop fields with measles. She married Edward at the age of 30, and bore five children of her own to include two sons and three daughters; the youngest was Anna. Anna’s mother was 40 years old when she had Anna. Anna’s travels growing up from rural Kentucky to Indianapolis, Ind., and finally to Springfield, with her first husband were a constant tribute to determination and courage, and an inspiration to her for her later travels abroad. Anna always had an interest in business and her record proved her business savvy. Anna was named the “top exporter” by Governor Ashcroft in 1986 and “exporter of the year” by the Small Business Association. Anna was heavily involved in the Business and Professional Women’s Organization. Anna also enjoyed traveling the world and frequently mentioned that her fear of being alone in a strange land was overcome by her faith and knowledge of God’s presence throughout her worldwide travels. Survivors include: Two grandchildren, John Gasaway and wife Andrea “Kelly,” Springfield, and Michael Gasaway and wife Jennifer, Sioux City, Iowa; four great-grandchildren, Andrew and Ethan, Springfield; Carli and Adelaide, Sioux City, Iowa. Anna was fortunate enough to have two great loves in her lifetime: The first, John Gasaway, husband of 33 years, father of David and Terry Michael, Grandfather of John Thomas and Michael Boyd Gasaway. Anna married her second husband (Waitman P. “Scotty” Scott) in 1976 and although his life was shortened by cancer, their love was destined to be eternal. Three other children she raised in her home, Patricia Gold, Springfield, Charles Reffitt, Oak Harbour, Wash., and Kenneth Reffitt, Springfield; two very special God daughters, Kay Brock and Jan Naegler. Ann had countless nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews, cousins and second cousins scattered throughout the country. Anna was preceded in death by her parents, her siblings, husbands John Sr. and W.P. Scott, infant son Terry Michael and beloved son David. The family wishes to thank the staff at The Maples Nursing Home in Springfield for their loving care of Anna for the last few months and for the care from hospice. Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Aug. 17, in Wesley United Methodist Church. Visitation was from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 16 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial was in Pleasanton, Texas. The family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society and/or The Wesley United Methodist Church in lieu of flowers.
Scott, Anthony Keith “Tony” 29 Mar 1961 - 13 Oct 2007 SN-L 16 Oct 2007 & SN-L 17 Oct 2007 & Adams & CCH-N 17 Oct 2007
[Note: Son of Glenn & Kay (O'Neil) Scott; married 23 Feb 1988 Sheri Faye Baney]
Anthony Keith Scott, age 46, of Clever, joined his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Saturday, October 13, 2007. He was born March 29, 1961, in Upland, California, the son of Glenn and Kay (O'Neil) Scott. In 1979, he graduated from Chaffey High School in Ontario, California. He attended Chaffey College, Southwest Missouri State University, and Drury College. On July 23, 1988, he and Sheri Faye Baney were united in marriage. Tony adored his wife and children, and was a wonderful husband, father, son and brother. He was an avid Bible scholar, and as a member of Calvary Baptist Church, served as a deacon and Sunday school teacher. He loved singing and playing his guitar for his Lord. He worked with his father at Trinity Mold for over 20 years. His father told Tony, "We may not get to walk together on earth again, but someday soon we'll walk together on streets of gold.” Survivors include his wife, Sheri; three children, Justin, Rachel and Sarah, all of the home; his parents, Glenn and Kay Scott, Nixa; a grandmother, Gwen E. Gastin, Logan, Ohio; three sisters and their husbands, Lisa and Roger Lewellen, Republic, Kristina and Alan Parry, Nixa, and Cheryl and Jim Huson, Billings; his mother-in-law, Virginia Baney, Nixa; sisters-in-law, Kristina Baney, Texas, Tonia Montiel and husband Juan, Nixa, Mo., and Vicki Reed and husband David, Nixa; uncles and aunt, Pat O'Neil, Nixa, and Harry and Norma Dickerson, Logan, Ohio; several nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by grandparents, Guy and Thelma O'Neil and Raymond O. Scott, and father-in-law, Cloyce Baney. Memorials may be made to the Anthony K. Scott Children's Education Fund in care of Empire Bank or Adams Funeral Home. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 17, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Pastor Carl Curtis officiating. Burial will follow in Richwood Cemetery, east of Nixa.
Scott, Anthony Keith “Tony” 29 Mar 1961 - 13 Oct 2007 CCH-N 17 Oct 2007
Accidental shooting kills Clever man
A Clever man died as the result of an accidental shooting Oct. 13 in his home.
According to Capt. Jeremy Whitehill, Christian County Sheriff’s Office, Anthony K. Scott, 46, was killed by wounds he received in a shooting incident.
“At this time, there’s no reason for us to believe it was intentional in any way,” Whitehill said. “There doesn’t appear to be any foul play. But we’re still investigating, and there’s been no official determination.”
Whitehill said no other information concerning the incident could be released until the investigation concluded.
Scott, Belle (Snider) 2 Sep 1910 - 21 Apr 2004 SN-L 23 Apr 2004
[Note: Daughter of Joseph Franklin & Mary Ann (James) Snider; married 6 Apr 1935 Jack Daniel Scott 23 Jun 1913 - 5 Dec 1994]
Belle Scott, 93, passed away at 1:22 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, 2004, in the Lawrence County Manor, Mount Vernon. Mrs. Scott was born on Sept. 2, 1910, in Sparta, Mo. to Joseph and Mary Ann James Snider. Belle lived in the Mount Vernon area since 1953. She was a homemaker and attended the Church of Christ of Mount Vernon. Mrs. Scott married Jack Scott on April 6, 1935, in Ozark, Mo. He passed away Dec. 5, 1994. Additional survivors include one daughter, Carol Holmes and husband Carl, Hernando, Miss.; three sons, James D. Scott and wife Pat, Battlefield, Mo., John J. Scott and wife Laverna, Vaughn, Mont., and Dale L. Scott and wife Paula, Mount Vernon, Mo.; one brother, Wayne Snider, Springfield, Mo.; 12 grandchildren and numerous great and great-great-grandchildren; also several nieces and nephews. Her parents, three sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. Graveside services under the direction of Fossett-Mosher Funeral Home, Mount Vernon, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at the Linden Cemetery, Linden, Mo. Visitation will follow at the cemetery after the services. Memorial contributions may be made to the Fair Haven Children's Home in Strafford, Mo., in care of the funeral home.
Scott, Bessie Mabel (Vaughan) 12 Aug 1898 - 1 Aug 1991 NN-E 15 Aug 1991
[Note: married James Emery Scott]
Bessie Mabel Vaughan Scott, 92, Nixa, died at 7:11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, 1991, in Life Enhancement Village of the Ozarks, Nixa, after a long illness. She was a Pulaski County native and former resident of Salinas, Calif., retiring to Laclede County prior to becoming a resident of the Life Enhancement Village of the Ozarks in Nixa. She was of the Southern Baptist faith and a homemaker. She was preceded in death by two daughters, Gloria Jean Scott and Vernona Freitas. She is survived by her husband, James Emery Scott of Life Enhancement Village of the Ozarks; three daughters, Jaunita Wainscott, Salinas, Calif., Maxine Barney, Virginia Beach, Va., and Evelyn Gregory, Goleta, Calif.; three sisters, Sylvia Atkinson, Cabool, Lucy Atkinson, Houston, and Gladys Smith, Modesto, Calif.; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were held Monday, Aug. 5, in Walnut Lawn Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jesse Cunningham officiating. Burial was in Brookline Cemetery.
Scott, Blanche (Hooton) 13 Oct 1910 - 21 Jan 1930 CCR 30 Jul 1930
[Note: Daughter of James & Ermina? Emma? Euna? (Jackson) Hooton; married Boyd Scott 7 Mar 1910 - Aug 1978]
Funeral services for Mrs. Blanche Scott, aged 19 years, 3 months and 8 days, who died at her home 1-1/2 miles southwest of Brown Springs Tuesday morning were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Cross Roads church. Rev. Robert Forbis of Clever officiating. Burial was made in the Wright cemetery under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever. She is survived by her husband, two children, father and mother, three brothers and three sisters besides other relatives and a host of friends to mourn her departure.
Scott, Brandee Raselle 17 Apr 1989 - 17 Apr 1989 NE 27 Apr 1989
[Note: Daughter of Jeffrey & Kelly ( ) Scott]
Graveside services for Brandee Rashelle Scott, Route 2, Billings, were at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 20 in Rose Hill Cemetery West under direction of Meadors Funeral Home. The infant daughter of Jeffrey and Kelly Scott was stillborn at 10:20 p.m. Mon day, April 17 in St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield.
Scott, Charles M. 26 Oct 1879 - 17 Jun 1927 CCR 23 Jun 1927 p1
[Note: Son of Hamilton J. & Lucy Belle (Bostic) Scott; married 30 Jun 1906 Ora Cowan 20 Feb 1885 - 26 Sep 1959]
Charles M. Scott died at his home at Rogersville last Friday, June 17th, 1927, at 12:30 p.m. Funeral services were held at the Pembina cemetery, Saturday, June 18th, conducted by Rev. Fields, of Springfield. Burial was under direction of T. B. Chaffin. He leaves a wife and four children, several brothers and sisters, and an aged mother.
Scott, Clara W. (Winslow) 31 Mar 1915 - 28 May 1988 OH 16 Jun 1988
[Note: Daughter of Harvey & Grace (Lewis) Winslow]
Clara W. Scott, 73, of El Dorado, Kansas, formerly of Sparta, died May 28 at the Susan B. Allen Memorial Hospital, El Dorado. Services for Mrs. Scott were held June 1 at the Kirby-Morris Funeral Home. Burial was in Walnut Valley Memorial Park Cemetery, E1 Dorado. Born March 31, 1915, in Sparta, she was the daughter of Harvey and Grace (Lewis) Winslow. Mrs. Scott was a homemaker, and loved doing craft work. She attended the Christian Church and the Assembly of God Church, and was a volunteer for the Women’s Democratic Organization. She moved to El Dorado in 1940 from Springfield. Survivors include her son, Lloyd Scott, El Dorado; one daughter, Ethel May Williams, El Dorado; one brother, Fred Winslow, Sparta; one sister, Dora McMillan, Springfield; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Scott, Coker 1910 - 25 Sep 1978 OH 21 Sep 1978 p9 & OH 28 Sep 1978 p9
HIGHLANDVILLE - Services for Coker Scott, 68, Route 1, Highlandville, was at 2 p.m. Thursday in Cedar Valley Church, south of Branson with the Rev. Danny Call officiating. Burial was in Cedar Valley Cemetery, under the direction of Cheatham-Stumpft of Galena. Mr. Scott died at 5:20 a.m. Monday at Skaggs Hospital, Branson, after a short illness. He was a retired farmer. He made his home in Highlandville the past 20 years, he was formerly of Omaha, Ark. Survivors include a son, C. E. of Highlandville; two brothers, Jim of the state of Arkansas and Sam of Ridgedale; two sisters, Mrs. Julie Leatherman and Mrs. Dollie Huffman, both of Omaha, Ark.; five grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Scott, Cora L. (Friend) 28 Jun 1877 - 14 Feb 1901 CCR 21 Feb 1901
[Note: married 23 Oct 1896 Ben P. Scott Nov 1875 - ? ]
Died at her home in this city, Thursday, Feby 14th, 1901, Mrs. Cora L. Scott, aged 23 years, 7 months and 7 days of a lingering illness of several weeks of pneumonia fever. She was born in North Missouri June 28th, 1877. She was married to B. P. Scott at this place March 11th, 1896. She left two children, a girl aged 4 and a boy aged 2 years. The funeral services were held at the residence Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. J. M. Payne of Springfield. The remains were followed to their last resting place in the Ozark Cemetery, by a sympathizing procession of friends. The bereaved husband and children have the earnest sympathy of many friends in their great loss.
Scott, Davey L. Sr. 9 Dec 1934 – 24 Dec 1995 CCH-N 27 Dec 1995
[Note: Son of ? & Mildred ( ) Scott; married 14 Apr 1955 Karen Collings]
Davey L. Scott Sr., 61, Nixa, a former Carl Junction resident, died at 1:43 p.m., Sunday, at Cox Medical Center South, Springfield, after a sudden illness. Mr. Scott was born Dec. 9, 1934, at Joplin. He was raised in Carl Junction. He lived in McLeansboro, Ill., from 1971 until 1979, when he returned to the Carl Junction area. He moved to the Springfield area in 1987. He was a plant manager for the Third Street Sportswear Company in Ozark, Mo., for eight years. He previously worked for Elders Manufacturing Company at Carl Junction and McLeansboro for 31 years. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Carl Junction. He was a former city councilman in Carl Junction and also served on the Carl Junction Volunteer Fire Department. He was past master of Carl Junction Masonic Lodge No. 549 and a member of the Tuesday Men's Bowling League at Nixa. He was a member on the Scottish Rite Bodies, Valley of Joplin; Abou Ben Adhem Shrine Temple in Springfield, and Faith Chapter No. 334, Order of the Eastern Star, Carl Junction. He was past president and secretary of the McLeansboro Kiwanis Club. He married Karen Collings on April 14, 1955, at Miami, Okla. She survives. Additional survivors include: a son, Davey Scott Jr., Joplin; a daughter, Christine McPeak, Dale, Ill.; his mother, Mildred Scott, 303 N. Roney St.; two sisters, Linda Robertson, Kansas City, and Deborah Taylor, Derby, Kan.; and four grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m., Wednesday, at Mason-Woodard Mortuary Joplin. The Rev. Bob Simon will officiate. Burial will be in Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery, Joplin. Pallbearers will be .Johny DeMasters, Danny DeMasters, Randy Collings, Mark Collings, Neil Oglesby and Micheal Oglesby. Carl Junction Masonic Lodge No. 549 will perforrn Masonic services at 7 p.m. today at the mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Diabetes Association, in care of the Joplin Chapter.
Scott, David Stephen 1875 - 9 Nov 1948 CCR 11 Nov 1948
[Note: Son of Thomas & Mary (Thomas) Scott; married Lois Dollie Sullivan 13 Aug 1887 - 4 Jun 1950 ]
David Stephen Scott, 73, died Wednesday, November 9, at his home one mile south of Clever, Mo., after a short illness. Mr. Scott formerly taught rural schools in the surrounding counties. Survivors include his wife, Lois; four sons, Thomas and John of Kansas City, Harold and James of Springfield; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Glenn of Clever, Mrs. Laura Redfern of Billings and Mrs. Oleta Aven of Nixa; three brothers, John of Van Nuys, Calif., Joel of Verona, Roscoe of Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle French of Phoenix, Ariz. and Mrs. Laura Long of Kansas City and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Clever Methodist church. Burial was in Mount Carmel cemetery under direction of Maples-Harris of Clever.