Mrs. Nina Hueston, 60
Mrs. Nina Hueston, 60 died Wednesday afternoon at the Washington Hospital, where she had been admitted Monday.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 Friday afternoon at the Pilgrim Holiness Church, the Rev. Duane Watkins officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. The body will remain at the Schmutzler funeral home until time for services..
She is survived by her husband, Owen Hueston; her father, Art Hopper, of West Baden; three sons, William Hueston of French Lick, George Hueston of Indianapolis, and Richard Barkley, a son by a previous marriage, who is in the Army; four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Woolsey of Indianapolis, Mrs. Catherine Grider of Paoli, Miss Linda Hueston of French Lick, and Mrs. Carmen Hendrixson of French Lick; two brothers, Charles and David Hopper of Indianapolis, and five sisters, Mrs. Ruth Quinn of Hillham, Mrs. Betty McCracken of Crane, Mrs. Mary Barkley of Bloomington, Mrs. Ruby Cottrell of Terre Haute, and Mrs. Cynthia Hooten of French Lick.
Nina Alpha Hueston
Nina Alpha Hueston, daughter of Art Hopper and Mary Dorset, was born August 11, 1904, and departed this life October 19, 1:15 p.m. at the Daviess County Hospital in Washington, Ind., her age being 51 years, 2 months, and 8 days.
She was united in marriage to Owen Hueston on August 11, 1935. To this union were born two children. She was a very loving mother and a faithful wife. She will be greatly missed in her home and community. Truly she was one who went about doing good.
She leaves to mourn her departure hr husband, Owen Hueston; father, Art Hopper; two daughters, Linda, at home, Hazel Woolsey of Indianapolis; one son, Sgt. Richard Barkley of the U.S. Army stationed in Germany; two step-daughters, Carmen Hendrixson of French Lick, and Katherine Grider of Paoli; two step-sons, George Hueston of Indianapolis and Billy of French Lick; five sisters, Mary Barkley of Bloomington, Ruth Quinn, Betty McCracken, Cynthia Hooten all of French Lick, and Ruby Cottrell of Terre Haute; two brothers, Edward and Oba Hopper, both of Indianapolis, and 12 grandchildren.
There were three children who preceded her in death.
She leaves a host of relatives and friends and will be greatly missed in the Pilgrim Holiness Church of which she was a very faithful member.
Card of thanks
We wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone for all their kindness and help during the illness and death of our loved one.
Owen and Linda Hueston, Mrs. Hazel Woolsey, Sgt. Richard Barkley, Carmen Hendrixson, Kathryn Grider, George and Bill Hueston.
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