The Shelbyville Daily Democrat
Arthur Wendell Nuss,
of Richmond, Ind., died very suddenly at 11:35 o'clock Satruday night, at the
home of relatives, 708 west Locust street, in this city. He had come to
this city to attend funeral services for Hiram S. Conner and
was taken ill with peritonitis. He had been ill only 24 hours at the time
Monday Afternoon, October 13, 1924
RICHMOND MAN DIED AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
WAS TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL WHILE
ATTENDING FUNERAL OF RELATIVE IN THIS CITY
Following death, the body
was taken to the C. F. Fix & Son funeral home, where it was prepared for
burial. It was taken this morning to the late home, at 229 south Second
street, Richmond, where funeral services will be held at 10:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning with the Rev. Mr. Stegol officiating. Burial will be made
in the Earlham cemetery, in charge of C. F. Fix & Son, funeral directors.
Mr. Nuss was born Nov.
11, 1887, in Wayne county, near Richmond, and at the time of death, was 37 years
and 11 months old. His entire lifetime had been spent in that community
and for the past 11 years, he had resided in Richmond. He was a member of
the Friends' church at that place and was also affiliated with the Richmond
lodge of Eagles, which will participate in the funeral services.
On Feb. 4, 1913, he was
united in marriage with Miss Bertha Danlim, who survives.
Besides the widow he leaves four brothers and five sisters, Wilford
and Glen Nuss, of Richmond; Lee Nuss, of Spartansburg,
Ind., and Carl Nuss, of Michigan and Miss Goldie Nuss,
Mrs. Alfred Reber, and Mrs. Joseph Mullen, of Richmond; Mrs.
Charles Mullen, of Muncie, Ind., and Mrs. Reuben Kettring, of
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming