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Paul Frederick Boethin

Born - March 5, 1900

Married - November 11, 1945

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

Stuttgart, Phillips County, Kansas

Died -October 21, 1985

Phillips County Hospital

Phillipsburg, Phillips County, Kansas

Buried - October 25, 1985

Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery

Logan, Phillips County, Kansas

 

Buried - Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery - Logan, Kansas

 

 

Paul & Alwinia (Kaiser) Boethin

Paul & Alwinia 15th Wedding Anniversary -1960

Wife - Alwinia Eva Christine (Kaiser) Boethin

Alwinia Boethin

Born - December 29, 1912

Phillipsburg, Phillips County, Kansas

Died -April 13, 1992

Phillipsburg, Phillips County, Kansas

 

 

 

PAUL BOETHIN

OBITUARY

Paul Frederick Boethin, son of Frederick Gustav and Maria Barbara Mueller Boethin, was born on a farm northeast of Logan in the Wolf Creek area on March 5, 1900, and departed this life at the Phillips County Hospital, Phillipsburg, Kansas, on October 21, 1985, having attained the age of 85 years, seven months and 16 days.

Paul grew to manhood in the Wolf Creek area and lived on the family farm until his retirement when he moved to Phillipsburg. He was a farmer and stockman his entire life.

Paul was baptized into the Christian faith on April 1, 1900, at the St. Peterís Lutheran Church, Logan, and was confirmed in the Lutheran faith at St. Peterís Lutheran Church, Logan, on April 5, 1914. He was a member of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Stuttgart, at the time of his death.

On November 11, 1945, he was united in marriage with Alwina Kaiser at Stuttgart.

He was preceded in death by two sisters: Sophia Novak and Martha Schick; and by three brothers: W. L. (Bill) Boethin, Frederick Boethin, and Carl Boethin; and by his parents.

He leaves to mourn his passing four nephews: Max Schick, Phillipsburg; Wilbur Boethin, Logan; Milton Boethin and Calvin Boethin, both of Stockton; and his sister-law Marie Boethin, Logan; plus other relatives and friends.

Memorial services were held at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Stuttgart, on Friday, October 25, with Pastor Duane Levin officiating. Hymns were sung by the congregation with Mrs. Marene Levin as organist.

Casket bearers were William Schick, Merlyn Schick, Steven Schick, Wilbur Boethin, Milton Boethin and Calvin Boethin.

Burial was in the St. Peterís Lutheran Church Cemetery, Logan to await the resurrection.

Arrangements were by Olliff Ė Boeve Memorial Chapel, Phillipsburg.

 

CARD OF THANKS

We would like to thank all of our relatives and friends for the cards, flowers, memorials and food we received at the time of the death of our Uncle. We especially want to thank all of the hospital staff and Dr. Wyse for the wonderful care he received, to Pastor Levin for his visits, and to everyone at the Phillips County Home for taking care of him the past four years. May God bless all of you. Family of Paul Boethin

 

THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1985

 

 

 

Brother -  William Leonard Boethin

Born -August 5,1891- Kansas

 

Brother -Carl M. Boethin

Born - January 3, 1893- Kansas

Died - March 5, 1971

 

Sister - Sophia (Boethin) Novak

Born - October 1894 - Kansas

Husband -Carl M. Novak

Born - May 30, 1891

Died - December 11, 1973

 

Brother - Friedrech George Henry Boethin

Born - July 28,1897- Kansas

Died - January 27, 1911

 

Sister - Martha Lina Babette (Boethin) Schick

Born - October 24, 1903

Died - February 9, 1928

Husband - Fred P. Schick

Born - July 17,1898 - Kansas

Died - September 1975

 

 

 

Father Frederick Gustav Boethin

Mother - Maria Barbara (Mueller) Boethin

 

 

 

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