|Birth: ||Jul. 22, 1898|
|Death: ||Dec. 28, 1952|
Anna Luella (Emmerson) and her husband George Newton Hutto welcomed Frank Gardett and his twin sister Flossie Gabrilla "Gadie" into this world on July 22, 1898 in Payne county, Oklahoma Territory.
Frank and Flossie were so little that their parents laid them in shoeboxes on the door of the stove, to keep them warm.
Frank married Maude Raines July 30, 1932, when he was 35 years old. He was the cook and she was the salad girl at a restaurant called ‘The Highland Tavern" in downtown Portland on Broadway. He was an excellent cook so it was therefore he decided he should own a restarant. They owned a restaurant in Coulee Junction, Washington while the Grand Coulee Dam was being built. He also owned a small diner type place in downtown Portland on Morrison about 11th street. The last years of his life, he worked at the Embassy Club on 3rd and Stark St. That is where his niece Bonnie and Ralph Nugent met, because she went there to see "Unkie".
Maudie went to Wenatchee, Washington after his death to where her family was located. She died January 13, 1977 in Wenatchee. She is also buried at Finley-Sunset Hills Memorial Park.
George Newton Hutto (1869 - 1930)
Anna Luella Emmerson Hutto (1877 - 1944)
Ina Maude Adams Ketcham (1893 - 1977)*
Frank Gardett Hutto (1898 - 1952)
Flossie Gabrilla Hutto (1898 - 1919)*
George Emmerson Hutto (1902 - 1949)*
Finley-Sunset Hills Memorial Park
Created by: Eellitta
Record added: Sep 05, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96590798
Added: Dec. 11, 2012
You were well loved by your family. You gave them many happy memories.|
Added: Sep. 5, 2012