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February 13, 1964     Jewell County Record
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February 13, 1964

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~ife, Mim, who a~ray J~ne 28, 19@1 th~ ~rbt hem s~, re, ray e the age of 5 in 1911 dmzghter, M~ma BeUe, who came ~o JeweR Cotazt~, ed a.wa~ in 1933 at ~he age of 19 ~e age Qf 6 ~ m months. of 1B77 with has paver,~, Sumviving are ~ 6 ~gavet Decker, his Louise Ti~otsan, ~ Otto arm sister, Taxm, Joznes, Sar~ Jane and Joel, m~d 12 his sister, Tarm Sabin, and in~law, tM~ble C Decker; and ocher re~ataves and many ~ends. M~a,1 sevvk-es were held on T~rmrsday, Feb. 6, a~ ,the Burr Oak Method~ C~umh ~rith Rev. Ho~v- acd Sanders oficiating. Organ mus~ was played ,by 'Mrs,. Donald Diehl. 'P~.~bearem were Douglas Gi~leCt, I)ow Sta~bc~ry, Judd GR- lett, Ohaeles Hm'r~, Olyde Korb, and Robert W~lso~ Interment in wagon. They took (~ e farm nmq~east parents moved to in a905, wbA~ he cc~tin- ~o live ~ ~he ~an~ ~t~aded the F~les Grade and ~ ~ at Burr nmsica~ly ~, end violin,. He clewi~et in the C~ ]~and ~or racy the btethod~ Chuz~h se~es of special ~ a~d lds ~ith was ~ze to man he did ex~e~- I-Ie was ~t d~e ]3~f- 1901 when Pres- was ~ ~'a~st hand man~ demil~ of this event in 20, 1912, he was ur~ toM~a Be~e Clerk. To this tmi~m ~a~we ~aT~. we at ~le ~genizecs of Oak Sta~e Ba~k, was on Bom~d of IMrecto~ a~d ,to he~p make the new ~mces~ I~ later years he ~-ested in ~e off busi- ~m ~he ~km.~l o~ Di- iv~eves't~, m the wetid ever~ and po~cs, [ ~ ~ v~ng in a s~oe he was ald t to vote ~ 1900. He was record. He was ~- by h~s neath- ~ he- ~v~e ~ recently ~va ~ ~e 1]eltev~le hospital, acconzpa~ ~, M~I~ Jer~e~ ~ ~ daughter ,by plane back to charge o~ /the ~esso~ She ~ for m~ ~cl~te stay. made dear the fact ~ Amer, i~ SP4/c ,Henry P~per ~ the s~ould have a better ~~ week-end here with ,Pel~tives and ireg of ,the peOlMe of Sou~ern Asia ~x~ez~s..He ~as been trmlsferred arm ~ Church ~heve. The leader ~q Ft. Hood, Texas, ~o Fo~t o~lled aCtention to the Wov~g,'~ ~Rilef, wea~ Jtmc~ion City, Kav~s. Center on which art open and a' M.vs. I~yv, e 'Lind, b~rg of closed ~iDle had been; placed. The Cou.vIIlavM was a visitor Thursday closed ~3ook represemed Nel~, a afternoon of her m0~her, Mrs. cotm4xy that has refused ,to ~,low ~llsie Shedde~ any foreign religion ~ i~s' Roy Young, 68, a prominen~ doors. . . i farrner of ths vicir~ty for many . Several.' ladms assis~cl Mrs. years, was l~lded instm~tIy la~e Fri- J ens~., m pm. sening the study of, d~y afte~noo~ when .~he pickup he S~. U~. ~a: A .]~rge map, dis-lw~s driving s/~ck a Rock Isled p~wjea sn ~ oz ~ose in a, ttend-t~h~ .train, ,two miles we~t of av~e, ~l~lge~..them ~ ,l~ca~e Neg~, Forvnoso. ,Sulwivors include his~ .~..ar~g m ~mmm~.~ .c~eemmg classifiers, ~&'s. Rober~ Gertmn of the h~.. and ~e religions of ,th~ Odessa, Tex~s, Mrs. Georgia Dad- part ~ ~e wo~la. is on of (Kansas City, Mrs. Harry ~he Scrlptuer ,used cx~v~s~ed of 1 Sweet and ~M~. Gene Hav~ins ~f ~e ~irst eigh verses of the twelfth For~toso. Ftmerat services w~re ~Btm, Oak Cemete~. ~ Kramev ~ of Roman. W~h Mrs. El- held Tues, d~ ~ a~ the For- F~'el H~e ~ in charge. . .re.in 'l~.~.as ~ist, eve~20~e ~ CommtmRy Ch~ .... ] ~omed m ranging ~he hymn, 'Wv'ha~ I..M~'.. ~ ~W_rs. '~ke Dewey re- THANK YOU ]A .Friend We Have I~ Jesus." All :~a. ~e early Sa~a~lay nm~. ]con~bu, ted to the offe~ir~g. The',~ng trom an. ex~ed visit ~t the Ottr sincere ~mnks ~1 appre-I~ ~Ix. Mer0:~ Zeisse~ ga~e:ncrne ~ ~neiT. de~g~,t~r arid ~amily cieti0~ to aR for their ~b.ough~fl~ I~l~e Closing pr~e~. I~tMWrW.es~ _Covma, t~a~. hess ~ many acts of kindness ex- [ Mra Ward ~, the hostess, !_ .._ ~nd Mrs. E. J. Hughes and our I H ~Ow. [.mJ~,th. of .~e~. laret~, ~. , ~a~.., Tl}.~y ~here ~heg $~,r. axat ~ Chas. TiU~son V~~t.me ~ were provided. ~ ~e~c~a ~e ~nem~ of A M. m~l ~ ~ eigh rnembe~ of ~he Society 1 ~ug~nes, a bro~. r of Z. J. Hughes [Mr. end {Mrs. Cliff Otto ~ ~e ~ flx~xtgMy io~ r'a~. o~.. ~ Mrs. Ida Liven- ~md f,~m~ly .erqoyed t~e delirious ca~e~chen-ies, gopd.o~ ,~.~.evv~l~e. 3&r. and Mrs. James Decker -me cream dess~ and ~e hot spic- I ,.yue ~