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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Tnutsoa~ May 26 2016 Obituaries Wayne Morgan Wayne Alan Morgan died on Mon day, May 9, 2OI6, at file age of 67 years, l0 months and 21 (lay.~. He was born on June 19. 1948. in Smith Cen- to'. the ~n of Alan and Leona twill- iams) Morgan. He attended cotlntry ~hool. Red Cloud, Neb ~h~.=ls and graduated from Lebanon Htgh ~hocl. Wayne attended a ~:h college when: he stud. led m~.'h~ics aml ~t.~*d his knowledge when he was drafted by the army day ins the war lo maintain the equipment. Heserved from April l I, 1968,toNov. 7, 1969. where he made the tank of SP4(T) and was ~KlflOmhly di ,~h~l'~.L-,-d be.~au-~ ofa ha.rd.sMp release to rerurn back to Lebanon to help his ['athmr on the farm. He coatinu~ed ~o farm the home place ~ p~vid~-'~J, for his par- ent.~ in Iheir later years. His mechani- cal trmning came in handy when keep ins his machinery and al,~ t~ n igh- '~rs in L:,~ a~ workl ng c'o~fion. Wayne nj,~)'ed hunt Ing raccLx'ms with the dogs he trained, going ~,ath for harvest for many years, colmty music aud spend- ing tirn 'with his nit.e. Lisa, in CaG- fomia. He wa sa gt bed carpenter which is .~,~n around the farmstead and lab ntl~l at many other things 1~.~ numer- ou~ lO list. At th~ age ~d b.5, he eft.el the love of hi', life, DmleneChapm. and they wmx married,n Aug. 23.2(113. tit the New ('ovetiant Chu.rch, Smi th Center. From thai nmment o,~ he experienced mine of the greatest joys in his life, espe- cially being a g~-andpa for ~he first lime and spending as nt~h time a.s heeould w,lh his new Family. He was am active member of the New Covenant Church of Smith Center. Wayne was caring, helpful and al- ways wiLLing lo lend a hand lo neigh- burs and frio~ds, After retiring from farming he enjoyed helping his couv ia-~ Ru'ongl~ tt~ harvesl ~asons. His greatest joy in life was when he ac- ctplOJ, Jesus Chfisl as his Lord and Savior. He was prece~.'d lh death by hi.~ palms and a sist~. A~dyce Ellis Wayne is su~'ived hy his wile. Darlene Morgan of Lebanon; a sister. (ilor, a ,Guilt Portenier of Wymore. Neb.: ths~ stepdaughters. Tern (Gal~ Ruth 1 Harm of Cheyenne Wells, Colo Melis.~a (DJ) O'Neal of Manhattan, gan Lindy (Derek) Feldmann of Smith Center. Kan:, two nephews. Lonnie (Chris) Portenier of Miami. Okla David (Karen I Po~tenier of Lin- coln. Neh.:w,~ niece~,Sandra Por~n~:r of Apex. N.C Lisa Ellis of Fresno. Ca~iF.: five slep grandchildren. Alex Harm. ~phia and Jaxon O'Neal, Hairy atuJ lacohy Feldmann. Services were held at 10:30 a.m Tuesday. May 17, 2016. at All Faiths Funeral Chapel. Smith Center. Kan with Pastor Mike Go<~er officiating. Burial took place in Fairview Cem- etery, SmithCenter. with mililary rite + Memorials may be glven 10 the Wayne A. Morgan Memorial Fund or New Covenant Church in camof tl~ funeral home: allfaithsfnneralchapel.com, pd. John Buster John Ernest Buster. ?ti, died May 12 at Sahna Regicma| Health Center. The .son of Earl WiLfred "'Willie" and Opal Darlene Newlin Busier, he was l'x~rn Sept. 13, 1945, inConcordia+tme of four children born to thb, union. J,hn attenhed grade ~htx)ts in Burr Oak arid Fountain, Colo junior high and high .~hool i~ Salina and gradu- ated from McPhtrson High School in 1963. Following his graduation, Jokn joined die National Guard tbr a couple ofye.ars prior 1ojoining the US Army. Johnwas u.nited inmam age'IoLinda C. Bmler. This union brought together threechildren, two ~m~ and oue daugh- ter, John was a member of the Galva Chrislian Church. He worked as a war - Imu m manag~ for Certain-Teed Corp. for several years before slatting his own vinyl siding business and later added guttering. The business. AffoRI- able Home ImprovemenL has been serving the McPher~)n eunea fi~rthc last .~J years. He was a member of the Canton American Legion and Legion Riders, Abate of gangs and the Pa- triot Guan:l. ]oh~ enjoyed his family and friends. anything and everything outside, fish- ing, hurtling, momrc ycle riding, cam p- ing, softba|l and, boazi~g, to name ~ust a few. He was preceded m death by his parenC~ and a nephew, Logan Fishhook. Survwors ,nclude h~ ~,fe of 2h years, Lmda Buster, Galva; ohiMren, Shun Busier, MePherson, Heath Buster. Attrora, Coto and Shelby Gering, Beloit; sisters, Kayrer~e Babcock, Connie Tyler and Loin Fishtu~k; seven grar, dchi]dsen, thn~ great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, gibe=" relatives and friends, Fu.neral w~ held at 10a~m. May 18 at Galva Christian Church. with Pastor Robe~ H. Park officiating. MiLitary honor= were p~es~nted by members of the Arn~can Legion Post 24 and Vet- enmsof Foreign Wars PoSt 27 ] 51 ~ ofMcPhtrson. Grave~de ~rvicts we~ beldMay 18, Sp.m at BttrrOakCem- etery, with Paator Ruben H. Park urn- ciming, Mililary h~mor~ were presented by members of the B an" Oak American Legion. Mankato By Ehdae "]'limi~ Sharon and Willie B~-kley were m Palco Sunday to att ~ld tile htgh school graduation of their cousin. Alex McLaaghlin. Family and friends gathered m Manhattan to attend the graduation of Alex Smith, son of Max a vJ Stact Smith, who graduated summa cure laude from K-State, Scum aim1. for people in our area. Sa~me folks have n~ceived telephone calls from the IRS and they try to obtain penmnal information on you. Keep m mind that IRS does not call folks on die phone. They have even left messages on answering machines tiav.atening if you don't return 'd~ir call. If you receive a call be sure to report it to the sheriff's office and do m~t provide thecaller any information. Last Tuesday noon. Pat and Alan Czu'r, Superior, Anne and Pete Myers, Red Cloud, joined IX~ris Alexander at a k~.'al restaurant to celebrate Alan's birthday Several from hem attended Ihe wed- ding of Scott and Rash le Brown. Brian White, Hastings, visited his grandmod-~er, Mary Powell. and they had lunch togeg~er at a local et'~ULraLnC Kathleen/effery ~d Alice Kinsey were in Hays Saturday m watch Kayla Noller and Harper Ryan perform in a dance ~ciml. They am the daughters of Alison and Nathan Ryan of Russell. The women a]~ visiied their aunt, Clancc Petence+ and toured her doing well. Start Dully AlLen, a 1bemer MHS gr0duat who grew up in Formoso, has whiten and puhh shed a chiklren's hook, Hazel the ltlplx~. Fnends galbez~ at the Cffy Library Saturday morning fo~ a book signing. Stacl ha-, plans to pub- lish her second tx~ok .soon. Jim and Terry Standley, Augusta, were guests of her sister, Elaine mas, during the weekend. Stopping by to visit were Kartn Grelinger. Pain, Bayli and "Kanrigan Duz, s~aJ). She~ and Rob Partridge, "]'larra I' lkim Ryleigh, Bg'mley ~ Gract McC'a), Cade Huncovsky, Alice Kin~). and Muddle Callaway. Coffee gueslS of Margaret Col~n were Charlene Colson and Julie Keeler Bourbon. Sher Partridge. ]C~en Grelinp:,er, Tiazra EIkms and girls were ir~ Red Clo~ last Monday night to watch Pats. ley and Jerzie ned play softball. Little Brenley McCary went to Hutchinson last Tee~lay whexe she was scheduled for surgery Last Wednes- day morning. With Memorial weekend arriving, runny former graduates have pl~'lS 10 arrive in town for class reunions an4 the a[unmi I~LnqUet Saturday night. had a t ~caU f'ro~ David'Toby' Murray, Rorida, this week lelting me know he wo~ld not be attending this year. He had a brother, Dunce Mudrray, who has been missing in ~'tiun since No', 6. 1951, and ~ Sou@ Korean government has invited ~O famihe; of the M1A:, to ~.x~me to Korea for a week of sch .duled activities. David and two of his daughlers will be flying out ~[ Florida May 26 into New York aud on to S~al, South Korea. David is a brother of JohnT. Murray and they ar~ the sons of the late Dins and Helen Mun'ay. Derakl and D tbtrt Korb we~ in Lincoln, Neb May 23 to so~ f.J~ir great.niece, Lyrica Baxlet, graduate hum Lincoln North Star Higk School. Lyrica ,s the daughter of Misti Zimmerman and granddaughter of Donna Korh Ztmmetman and the late Paul Zimmcrn,an. Lynca's father is Daryl Baxter She plans to attend UNL this fall and pursue agoal of learning to create mlevkon *x;mmctcials. Update on Mmdkato, Rock H/IIs alumni reservations Addlliona| re~rvatzun~ have~een made lot the annual Mankah Rt~:k Hills alumni reunlt|n: 1944 Re~, [;rL'-err, an. IV46 tv, an Meek : (~,1. Darlene Md'.lzo~ ~im~th, 1947 Bill Smith I q4~ I-rance Hm~on Mankato Class of 1966 Gail Nancy Carolyn Ronald LaOolta Marie Badger Bartholomew Gary Ctegg Crouch Dewey / Aonald James Fraass Freeman David Jan is Karen Jerry Fu lie don Fu~ledon Gafman G rout Jean Ann Oalga Robert Maria Steven Gumm Hanson Howland jr, Isaac Kale Carolyn LeClair doyce rtcia )anne Doyle Chades Lunge Logan Powell Flhea Rothchild Soash Mlchelle Vance John Sandra Taska Tyrell Waldron Wilson We will offer for sate to the ~ighest bidder at public auction the toltowi~ properly located at 2161 Spur 65A, Edgar, NE 68935 Property is ~0cated approximately 1/2 mile south 0[ HW 4 on Spur 65A From intersection o| Hwy 14 al~ Hwy 4 East go 9 miles east to Spur 65A then 1f2 mile south From west of edge of Davenporl continue west 4 mites on Hwy 4 and sooth 112 mile on Spur 65A Beginning at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 8, 2016 See Us For Office Supplies r~,~,~oay Ma~, 26 Z0,6 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B We=verhng, 195U i:~oll H=n, di,~,i.- pr--~nt-,u:lmm .rav.)r. Thorn= Roane. Milton RaJfeny, Bu.non Na~.~ot~. 1951 Clarabell Vader Hajny. Joan M~ k tro~ File; 1952 GtraldCarper~ttr, 1~53 Bob Boyd; 1954 Dwayne Nichoi, Shzrley Swintoa Carbon. 19.56 John Murray, W~her Guffin, Emma Jean Frink Raff ,-~y; )95g .too Men.kusen; 1959 Twana Mahaffy Seirer, l. Roy Eaton, Kathy Thl.~mp~n B~an, Joan Fuller Mich lse~: )960 Marilyu Grimes EaRm; 1961 Sharon Eaton Rtgnier; 1962 Cathy Waldron Cordi]l: 1963 Margan:t Nichols: ~ 964 Lynn Scarrow, Shartm laa)mis Murray: ]966 Maria I,aac. l:k~yle R~ththild, Domaa Logan J,)hnsoa. Janis Ful]erton Howlett, ()alga Hanson BIghia: 1967 Melvin Kate 1~7i Netson Moset: )973 Wade Alexander- Lynette Lehrling Alc~,andct. 1976 Marshall Hans~ln, Duane "Butch" Eden. Dave Warner J~977 Deb Snlder Warne. Mona Ha~cock Cross. 'Lunch and Learn' gardemag prognua in Mankato June 3 This summer ,a bon,cul~uLm"Lunch and L. arn" series is being provider[ f~* lhn~ugh Pos~ R~x:k Extensi~. F ~h e~ion V~LnS from 12' l0 p,m, lo 12:~) p.m. "The Mankato session will beFfi- day, J une 3. in hh.e Jcwel l County Court- h~u~e meeting roam. ]enae Ryan, horticultu.re extension agem. in'.'ites you to bz'iag your sack lunch and ~earn ubom "'Vegetables I Dl ." Participanls will learn the basics of vegetable gardening with time for questions at th~ end of the session. Previous ~,lons were held in Smi0t Center and Osborne Upcoming msslon,~ Include "Gar- den P ~t.','" in I.mcoM .blue It; and "1 undrape Des~ gn TIp~"In Belolt J une 17. RSVP for an) sesszon ~s appreci- ated Mankato utilities sup't rvttring Terl~- Ortm~ll, u0]ities superlnten, dent for the City of Mankato. ~,lll retire .rune I ]~ing employed by the czD ILI-T 24 years, Terry has auended man) hue. man,schools andmmmars Ever ~ince the city joined the organic, align, up- proximately 20 years. Terry has.~rved on Lh boa.rd oFdn ctors of the Kansas Municipal Fnergy Association. He is al~ a delegate to t]'.: Kansas Munici- pal Utililies organizatiaa. Terry ha.', worked for administralors. Don Hamilloa, Marvin Loomis and the Hts plans for h~ r :~nle,~)t m lude moeetJme atd'~ r~tamant, doing some fishing, hunting and golfing, and work- ing on unfinished proj 1.s. A,'t open hou.s "'come an~ go" hag been pfans'~d by city offi=iats For W~'~esday, 2 to 4 p,m at the Mankato City Office. Boden Scholarship recildents named The ~ipieats ofd~ 2015 Th='esa Bodea Memorial Scholarship are Haylcy Bod~a and Ma,tiah Johnston. Hayley Bodca is the daughmr of Shane Boden and Jennifer Boden, ] awtence. H.aley a~lends Free State High School, Lawmr~,She will re- ceive a$500 scholarship to anend Kan- sas Slate University where she plans to major in chemical engineering. Theresa was F~.ytey's altar, The secon6 recipient is lVf.~tiab Johnston. daugltter of Kyle and LLsa Johnston, Andover. Mari~ attends Andov~ Central High School and re- ceives a $100 award~ She plans to attend Butler Community College. Theresa was the first cousin of M, ariah. The Theresa Boden Memorial Scholarship is reserved for the rela- tives of Tl~resa, 12th annual Glen Elder youth fishing tourney pl ed It's thai time of year again for par- ents to get theft children signed up for the annual Glen Elder Youth Fishing lkmrn~ment at Waconda Lake. The. )'ear's evcnl w,II take place/une 4. ~hich also coincides with fro.' park cnlranc day and free fishing wL~k. end. Youth age 7 1O 14 are eligible to l lsh In the tournament and eveDon ~11] r~' v,'e a new fisJzing pod.e, "l'-~,hi~. fi,hing t~kl and free lunch. Jn addi- tion. those catching the biggest fish of ea~-h s~cles and the one catching the m-s1 fish ~il win special prizes. ('h~,~'k-in at the I',m-k office will h gla nc~ earhtr ~han 7:30 a.m. with chdd~en assigued to boals as they ar- rv, e. There wilI be limiled .space for parems this year LO ride aIoag, and only i! the h-rot driver requests additional adults to .~upervise. Fishing will con- cludeat I p.m. m which timeluru:h wit1 be served al the church, followed hy the awards ceremony. Space is limtmd to the first 1 50 yo~.llhs who pre-regi~ter: call 1he Glen Elder office to make ~are your child will gel a sign on a Ix~m. 320 W, Douglas, Guide Rock, Neb. PRICE REDUCED TO $66.000, , - - -'-"-:,- ~ Gmal 4 bedroom, 2 ha~ ranch st~e home h~s 1A34~, fL all on one level. includes a~=liarrces, cenkal nir. single attached gar~e, vinyl si~ing, large fenced back yard. covered deck, stor- age shed along with many of up~al~. HUSKER AUCTION & REAL ESTATE, INC. 'I I" '1 E- IMein St Martkmo R0~ S.~rd a. 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