VOGT, Ellen "Ella" Bertha,
March 16, 1893 - April 28, 1970

(This was transcribed from a photocopy of the death notice
of Ellen "Ella" Bertha Vogt, which appeared in the Springfield News-Leader, April 29, 1970)


     MONETT -- Rosary services for Mrs. Ella Vogt, 77, Monett, will be at 8 p.m. Thursday in Buchanan
 chapel here. Funeral mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Lawrence Catholic Church with the Rev.
 William Winkelmann officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery north of Monett.
     Mrs. Vogt died at 12.05 a.m. Tuesday in St. Vincent's Hospital, Monett, following an apparent
 heart attack.
     She was a longtime resident of Monett, a member of St. Lawrence Catholic Church, a member of
 St. Vincent's Auxiliary and the Monett American Legion Auxiliary.
     Survivors include three daughters, ^Mrs. John Turner of Monett, ^^Mrs. Mary Shanks of Springfield,
 and ^^^Mrs. Pat Duray of Albuquerque, N.M.; five sons, Eugene and Jim both of Monett, Bill of Joplin,
 John of Tulsa, Okla., and Tom of Houston, Tex.; three brothers, W.M. Wimsatt of Monett, Walter Wimsatt 
 of Kansas City, and Joe Wimsatt of Longmont, Colo.; one sister, *Mrs. George Wagoner of Monett;
 31 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

 ^Julia "Jewell" Emily Vogt
 ^^Mary Ellen Vogt
 ^^^Patricia Jean Vogt
 *Julia Gertrude Wimsatt Wagner

VOGT, Eugene Lawrence,
August 15, 1887 - December 15, 1955

(This was transcribed from a photocopy of the death notice of Eugene Lawrence Vogt
which appeared in the Springfield News-Leader, December 19, 1955)


     Eugene Lawrence Vogt, Sr., 68, died at 4 p.m. yesterday at his home in Monett after suffering a heart attack. 
     Mr. Vogt, a retired Frisco employe, was born in Monett and had spent his entire life there. He was a member
 of the St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Monett.
     Survivors include his wife, Ella; three daughters, ^Mrs. John S. Turner of Monett, ^^Mrs. Laddie Shanks of
 Springfield and ^^^Mrs. Arden Russell of Peru, Ind.; five sons, Eugene Jr. of Monett, Bill of Joplin, John of
 Tulsa, Okla., Tom of the U.S. Air Force, stationed at Corpus Christi, Tex., three sisters, Mrs. Mont Bentley and
 ***Mrs. T.A. Frossard of Monett and ****Mrs. R.W. Scott of Amarillo, Tex., three brothers, Robert of Monett,
 Joseph and Emil of Los Angeles, Calif.
     Funeral arrangements are under direction of Buchanan of Monett.

*The reporter must have added senior because when told his son's name was Eugene Jr.,
   they assumed his middle name was Lawrence when, in fact, Junior was his given middle name.

^Julia "Jewell" Emily Vogt
^^Mary Ellen Vogt
^^^Patricia Jean Vogt
**Agnes Vogt
***Salena Vogt
****Mary Vogt

VOGT, Robert
August 15, 1887 - December 15, 1955

(This was transcribed from a photocopy of the death notice of Robert Vogt,
which appeared in the Monett Times, May 29, 1956)

In Loving Memory of
Robert Vogt Dies in St. Vincent's Hospital Monday

Businessman Here 36 Years Ill Two Days

     Robert Vogt, 84, a Monett business man and civic leader for the past 38 years, died in St. Vincent's Hospital
 at 4:53 p.m. yesterday following two days illness.
     Mr. Vogt was born December 25, 1872, in Alsace-Lorraine, France, and moved to America with his parents
 when he was one year old. The Vogt family settled in St. Louis and later moved to Dallas, Texas. Mr. Vogt was
 married on August 22, 1915, to Rosemary Trenkel in Dallas and they moved to Monett in 1918.
     Upon moving here, Mr. Vogt was engaged in the plumbing and paint business, later selling out his plumbing
 stock and going into the paint and wallpaper business. He was still an active businessman here, with his store
 located at 514 Broadway, until the time of his death.
     He was a charter member of the Monett Kiwanis Club, being active for many years on the crippled children's
 committee; a member of the Monett Chamber of Commerce, the Knights of Columbus, the Holy Name Society,
 the St. Lawrence Catholic Church, and the Woodmen of the World, of which he served as secretary for 25 years. 
     In addition to his wife, Mr. Vogt is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Selina Breeden of Monett, Mrs. Angela
 White of Gallup, New Mexico, and Mrs. Roberta Roberson of Lakewood, California; three sisters, *Mrs. Mont
 Bentley and **Mrs. Theodore Frossard, both of Monett, and ***Mrs. Mary Scott of Amarillo, Texas; and seven
     The Rosary will be recited at the Mercer Chapel at 8:30 Wednesday night with funeral services being held
 at the St. Lawrence Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Thursday, Father Walter J. McGrane officiating. Burial will be in
 the Mt. Calvary Cemetery under the direction of the Mercer Funeral Home.
     The family has requested that those who wish may contribute to the Kiwanis Club's crippled children's fund.
 Donations may be left with Charles B. Main or the Mercer Funeral Home.

 *Agnes Vogt
 **Salena Vogt
 ***Mary Vogt

VOGT, Thomas Englebert
November 19, 1926 - January 7, 1996

(This was transcribed from a photocopy of the death notice of
Thomas Englebert Vogt, which appeared in the Springfield News Leader)

Thomas E. Vogt

     CARTHAGE, Mo. -- Thomas E. Vogt, 69, (address withheld by transcriber), died at 3:01 .m. Sunday after
 an apparent heart attack.
     Vogt was born Nov. 18, 1926, in Monett, Mo., to Eugene and Ella Vogt. He was a career U.S. Air Force
 Senior Master Sergeant, retiring in 1969. He moved from Minot, N.D., to Houston, Texas, in 1970.
 He came to Carthage in 1992.
     He was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church, Carthage.
     He married Wilma Wessell on Dec. 21, 1950, in St. Louis. She survives.
     Other survivors include five sons, Monte Vogt, (withheld) Marty Vogt, (withheld), Mike Vogt, (withheld), 
 Mark Vogt, (withheld) and Dale Vogt, (withheld); a daughter, Vicki Seely, (withheld); two brothers,
 John Vogt, (withheld), and Jim Vogt, (withheld); two sisters, Mary Shanks, (withheld), and Pat Duray,
 (withheld); and 12 grandchildren.
     The body has been cremated.
     Memorial mass will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Father Timothy Loc will officiate.
     Services are under the direction of Knell Mortuary.

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