|Birth: ||Jun. 4, 1893|
Bear Lake County
|Death: ||Jul. 30, 1945|
parents: Robert Sherman Fargo & Ellen M. Murphy
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 8-24-1917. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fargo in Salt Lake, tomorrow at high twelve, their accomplished daughter, Miss Frances, will become the bride of Mr. Louis Buese, a prominent citizen of Pocatello, Idaho. The happy couple will make their home in the Idaho city.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 8-31-1917. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fargo last Saturday, August 25th, a quiet wedding took place, with only the families of the contracting parties present to witness the impressive ceremony officiated over by the Rev. H.E. Henriques of the Episcopal church, which united for life Miss Francis M. Fargo and Mr. Louis A. Buese, as husband and wife. It was a pretty home wedding. The rooms being decorated with pink sweet peas and gladiolas. The gifts were many and beautiful, the remembrance of the employees of the Blyth-Fargo establishment, an elegant electric floor lamp, being particulary noticeable. The wedding dinner was a sumptuous feast. The bride looked charming in a "going away" gown of blue serge. Mr. and Mrs. Buese will make their home at Pocatello, Idaho, and will e home to their friends after October 1st. The Record joins with hosts of friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Buese every happiness on their matrimonial voyage.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 5-9-1919. Mr. Sherman Fargo, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Louis Buese, of Pocatello, Idaho, motored up from Salt Lake City Tuesday morning. Mrs. Buese had not been in our city since her marriage, and the lady enjoyed to the utmost the meeting of friends and acquaintances.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 8-29-1919. Mrs. Sherman Fargo and daughters, Misses Dorothy and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Buese and Mr. W.A. Bailey motored from Salt Lake City last Saturday, remaining over until Sunday, when Mr. Fargo returned with them to the city.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 9-5-1919. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fargo, Misses Dorothy and Alice Fargo and Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Buese, are enjoying an automobile outing including a visit to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Zion's Canyon and other wonders of nature in Southern Utah and northern Arizona.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 10-21-1921. Mrs. Louis Buese returned to home in Salt Lake Tuesday afternoon after a pleasant week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Chet Verran.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 10-24-1924. Mrs. R. C. Verran entertained at her home Tuesday afternoon ..., in honor of her sister, Mrs. E. Durand, of Giant California, who is enjoying a visit in our city. The home was tastefully decorated, the color scheme being appropriate for the Halloween season. A dainty luncheon was served by the hostess. The following guests enjoyed the afternoon: Mrs. Marie Hethke O'Keefe, Mrs. A.P. Ridge, Mrs. W. W. Evans, Mrs. J.W. O'Brien, Mrs. L.C. Snow, Mrs. A. Kopp, Mrs. H. V. Alston, Mrs. D. Barney, Hrs H. Peterson, Mrs. OA. Forslund, Mrs W.R. Jefford, Mrs. M. Dingle, and Mrs. L. Buese, Mrs W. D. Sutton, Mrs C.J. Hooper, Mrs. L.C. Schaper, Mrs. GC. Wentworth, who came up from Salt Lake City to participate in the pleasing function.
Park Record, Park City, Utah, 8-16-1945. Daughter of Sherman Fargo Dies in Hawaii. Mrs. Frances Fargo Buese, 52, of 3002 Kiele Avenue, died in the Queen's hospital on July 30. Services will be held at Williams mortuary at 3pm Thursday. She was born in Idaho and had been a resident of Honolulu since 1938. She is survived by the widower, Louis A. Buese, vice president and executive engineer of the Hawaiian Electric company; two sons, Maj. Sherman F. Buese and Lt. Louis P. Buese, a daughter, Mrs. J.N. Warner, her father, Sherman Fargo of Los Angeles, California, and two sisters, Mrs. W.A. Bailey of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Mrs. G.A. Van Vliet of San Francisco, California.
Robert Sherman Fargo (1868 - 1954)
Louis Anton Buese (1887 - 1952)
Sherman Fargo Buese (1918 - 1999)*
Dorothy Ann Buese Warner (1920 - 2006)*
Louis Philip Buese (1922 - 1994)*
Nuuanu Memorial Park
Created by: Michael J. Petrie
Record added: Oct 31, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60904539