Alice Cheirth Hutchinson (I5171), 19311954 (aged 22 years)

Name
Alice Cheirth /Hutchinson/
Given names
Alice Cheirth
Surname
Hutchinson
Birth August 12, 1931 41 41
Adoption

Adoption: Adopted by both parents
Death August 6, 1954 (aged 22 years)
Burial August 10, 1954 (4 days after death)
Note: Deloit Cemetery
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OBITUARY
August 17, 1954 (11 days after death)

Note: Life Story of Alice Hutchinson

Life Story of Alice Hutchinson Deloit - Funeral services were held at the R L D S church Tuesday for Alice Cherith Hutchinson, who died in the Veterans hospital in West Los Angeles, Calif, Aug 6. Elder M O Myers was the minister at the funeral. Guy R Johnson assisted. Mrs Darwin Cose, a cousin, sang and Mrs Harvey Shives was pianist. Burial was in the Deloit cemetery with the Deloit American Legion assisting in the military funeral. pallbearers wee Wendel Agrotsinger, Harvey Lamp, Franklin Winey, Stuart Winey, Richard Holihan and Darwin Cose. Alice Hutchinson was born on August 12, 1931, the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Hutchinson. They lived in Deloit where she attended high school, graduating with the class of 1949. She attended Graceland college in Lamoni for one year and then enlisted in the Women's Army Corps. She was honorable discharged March 5, 1954 at Fort Bliss, Tex. She was a photographer in the William Beaumont Army hospital. Her brother, Luther, spent two weeks with her and returned home. She became worse and her parents went to California to be with her. The father returned home and the mother remained until the girl died. In April of this year she enrolled in a school of photography in Los Angeles. She was taken ill and entered the Veterans hospital last May. Her fiance, John William, was also with her at the time of her death.

Denison Review, August 17, 1954, sec B, page 3, columns 4, 5

Family with adoptive parents
father
Thomas Clarence Hutchinson 1889-1962
18891962
Birth: August 14, 1889 30 27Milford Township, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: December 18, 1962Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
mother
Cherith Abbie Winey Hutchinson 1889-1962
18891962
Birth: December 4, 1889Otter Creek Township, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: December 18, 1962Deloit, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage MarriageFebruary 3, 1916Dow City, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
elder brother
19191995
Birth: January 4, 1919 29 29Germany
Death: May 7, 1995Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona, United States of America
13 years
herself
19311954
Birth: August 12, 1931 41 41Iowa, United States of America
Death: August 6, 1954West Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States of America
Burial

Deloit Cemetery

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Life Story of Alice Hutchinson
Deloit - Funeral services were held at the R L D S church Tuesday for Alice Cherith Hutchinson, who died in the Veterans hospital in West Los Angeles, Calif, Aug 6.
Elder M O Myers was the minister at the funeral. Guy R Johnson assisted. Mrs Darwin Cose, a cousin, sang and Mrs Harvey Shives was pianist.
Burial was in the Deloit cemetery with the Deloit American Legion assisting in the military funeral. pallbearers wee Wendel Agrotsinger, Harvey Lamp, Franklin Winey, Stuart Winey, Richard Holihan and Darwin Cose.
Alice Hutchinson was born on August 12, 1931, the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Hutchinson. They lived in Deloit where she attended high school, graduating with the class of 1949. She attended Graceland college in Lamoni for one year and then enlisted in the Women's Army Corps.
She was honorable discharged March 5, 1954 at Fort Bliss, Tex. She was a photographer in the William Beaumont Army hospital.
Her brother, Luther, spent two weeks with her and returned home. She became worse and her parents went to California to be with her. The father returned home and the mother remained until the girl died.
In April of this year she enrolled in a school of photography in Los Angeles. She was taken ill and entered the Veterans hospital last May.
Her fiance, John William, was also with her at the time of her death.Denison Review, August 17, 1954, sec B, page 3, columns 4, 5