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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Fhutsday, OCtober 27, Z016 Obituaries Kenneth Thompson Kenneth LeRoy Thompson, D.V.M an only ;1fi[d, wasbom Man:h 25, [936, to [na Margarette ~.Kindter) arm Harold Thompson of F.sbon, Kan- sas, Hc died SaturJay. Oct. 22,2016. at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior. Neb at the age of 80 years. six months and 27 days. Kenneth atlen0o.[ ,F .sbon Elemen- tart andoften recalled he was sitting at the t~p of the slide wh e the amnmni- zion depot e~ p[od~ near Hastings, Ncb. In 1946, the family moved to Guide Rock. Neb where he attended a one- zoom s~one school ]',ooxe He went on to graduate from Guide Rock High School in May, [95,~-. He briefly atten6 d Ha.stings College and then Fairbury Junior Col- lege where he p[ayL'd footbat! i'or the FaiL'bury Bombers for lwo years. At that point, he returned ~o the farm to help his Father. Han)ld, and uncle. Claude Thompson. with farming when Harold's hand was inju.red in a.n auger Ig'c idem. Kermcth eventually conlinued his education at Kansas Slale University whore he maJored in pre-veterinary medicine. There hc met the love of his life, Evelyn Bogenhagcu. On June 3, 1963, he was unit~d in marriage with Eveiyn Bogenhagcn at United Methodist CI ~ h in Shunt Springs, Kan. He graduated frog, K- Sla~c with hi.s d(~.'tor ~fl' veterinary medicine degree in 1965. Kenneth and Evelyn pur 'h ast:d the Guide Rock Veterinary Clinic and op- cried the practice until setting it in [981. At thai time, Dr. Thoml~o~ be- came an associate at the Animal Hos- pila[ in Superior, Neh. He went on to become sole owner of the t:liniu. He specialized in both large and small animals. Hiring young IX~,ple w/,th an inter- est in v~terinary medicine was imlx>r- lant to Dr. Thompson. He mentored ma~y high school students, re(urinary eeehnicians and veterinary students. Kemmth wasproud of his work to help students, H enjoyed gelling them in- mmsted in veterinary medi irm, ex- posing Ihem to the positive aspo.'ts as welt as the challenges. Kenn ff~ raised sheep arid sold then) for show in 4-H and FFA projects. He servccl as supenntendent of the sheep show at the Nuckplls County F~ir. Dr. Tl~)mpson wrote jouunaal articles on leptospirosis in sheep and many ar- tic] -s for national goat publications. Kenneth was active in kis conmm- Rily. His civic involvement included serving on Lhe Guide Rock City Coun- ei$, on the NL~kolls County Extension Board and memberships in the Lions Club and Elks [J~ge, lie was espe- cially proud of his leadership in cool dinatiag several successful Li,ns Club Toy Shows torai~ money and helping slart the ~nior center nutrition site at G ~tid Re~ek. Dr. Thompson's professional in- volvement included memberships in ll~ Nebraska Veterinary Medical As~ so,clarion, American Ass0cialitm ~f B~vine Practitioners and the Ameri- can A~ciation of Small Ruminants (i.e pigs and sheep, etc.). [n 2{~)7. l)r. Kenr clh Thompson was honored with the K-grate College vf Veterinary Medicine 2{~7 Alumni Rcc~gnifivn Award tbr his work with students. A loving husband, Fal her and grand- father; his ,ansi precious n)cm ffic5 were laughing and telling stories with his lhmilyand taking t'ami[y and Friends k) K-State game.~, Kenneth and Evelyn were hles ~d with two children, Dai~n and Michek~e. Kenneth es~'ially en- joyed lim,: will', his eight grandchil- dren and helping all of his grand ltil- dren show sheep in 4-H and Fl:A. Oec year. they ttx)k 2J lambs to II~ state Fair. Preceding; him in deall) wen? his parents. Sur~ loots include his wii~. l;v lyn. and his chiidr,and Hxmscs. Barren and .lv>;s,ca "rhtm~pson M G!.iide Rt~k and Michelte and Sam Wi,ager ,ff Keanley; Kenn th'~ ciL2[ll grandchil- dren. Aart m "[he qttphOl~. (~'t-{~'U ide R~ =ok. Vote November 8 lfor Keith Roe Republican Jewell County Commissioner District 2 Center and Limestone Townships Adv pard for by Committee to Elect Keith Roe Mzke Lzggett. Trea~;urer 1. / rSeeder/N0 ll Box Ddlfs R0wUnl Rebuild ,i, '.* Reconcli[ion your John Oeere Ai~ Seeder f D~,II {o ensure new l machine perlorm~nce Contact S~ice Managers for a quote. Services include: Install new opener disk Install new gauge wheel BARN PHONE 785"378"3283 Install new firming wheel pivot bushings Install new cfos,ng wheel pivot bushings Install new seed boat Free up gauge wheel adjustment shaft (Mvdels--750, 1560, 1590, 1850, 1860, 1890) $1.95.00 for Labor per row PLUS ~o~ off parts! ~ = ~, L '-. = %.'~ ,~77 542 409,9 366 522 9600 800 658,16-40 www.carricoimplement.com Download out mohffe a pp '~! ', w.: ' WWW.QUALITYSTRUCTURES.COM Adam W,dger of Chadron. Amanda Thompson of Blue Hail, Anya and h~s- band. Matt Waters,of Mm)hatt~h Kan Z.ach Widget of Kearaey, Allison Th- omps~mofSalina~ Kan, Megan Widget of Lawrence, KarL and H',Lanah W idgcr of Omaha. Nch.: one great-gnu'M- child, Halite Thompson of Blue Hill: a,$d many olher friends and relatives. His funeral will be hew on Mon- Bay, Ocl. 31, 2016, at 2 p.m. at the Guide Rock Sehtad Gym in Guide Rock. Neb with Pastors Wan'ca Schoming and David Waiters officiat- ing, Background music will he record- ings by Megan Widget. Visitation will he hem on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m, and Snnday from I to 8 p.m. at the tla r~ral I'~me. l:ollow. ins the viewing it was Kenned)'s w [she to P,e cremated A private f~unily inurnment will h~ in the Eslxm Cemetery. lisbon. Kan. Memorials are sugg~ stcd r, the Gu~de Rock Melhodist Church or the Guide Rtx.'k l,ibrary. Condolences may be eat to Megrue-Price F,neral Home, 750 N Comnmr~ial, S~l~rlor. Neh 6997 g. or ~n care of www.pricefuneralhomes~ com. Megrae-Priee Futiccal Home of Superior is in charge of the arrange- ments. Bue.k Rogers Eugene William "Buck" Rogers was born SepL I. 1947,to William and Mildred Zahn Rogues in Bloomington, Minn. He die~ at his home in lewell, Kan on Thursday. Oct. 20. 21H6, at the age of 69. Buck was preceded in death hy his plaxnts and daughter. Sara lean Rogers. Buck is survived by his wit' . Rita (Luck ~ Rog '~: twochiid~n, daughter Michelle Winkel and hitsband Chris, Glen Elder, Kan ~nd son Branden RugePs and wife. Carrie. Curl .hmc- tiorL~ Mu seven grandchildren. Sara. Shayna~ Kaillyn, Trevor. Trenton, Tdsten and Abigail: one great-grand- child. Lian His si bring.', im'itale: Marie Sherva. Wanda Stark, Evcr t~ Gonzalez, Marlene Roge~ Meyer. Delhert Rogers, Joe Micholski. Kalhleen Micholski PigS. DuWayne Michulski. Thursday. OCt0ber 27. 2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B Those involved in the Rock Hills youth football program are {back row. trot left) Sam Meye~s and Stuad Vance, coaches. (mi0dl~ row) Daylon Garst, Caleb Grace, Case Scarrow, Geant Meyefs. Eri Vance, Kare Whelehel, GarreR Barcy (kont) Troy Duskie. NathanieL Meyers. Co~ly Dean, Cooper McDiH. Aaron Sterling and Mason McMains. r vote DON JACOBS Back grew up i~ Minn~-o|a and gra~Lnatcd from high sch~a)l in Abet'- deelL S D. He joined the Air Force shortly after as an aircrat! mechanic and serv< xi four vea.r~ attaining the rank of sergeant while being stationed at McConnell Air Base in Wi*.'M~, )Can where he met Rita white she was attending Wesley Sch~,[ of Nutshlg. Buck spent a }'ear at Karat Air Base in Thailand in S-plUm of the Vietnam Conf]iCl front 19fi7 to 1~68. Buckand gila married en March 15. 1~69. and moved to Beloil. Kan. ill 197 L. an~f on ~o Mankato, gan-. in 1973. and finally landing in.lewelL Kan in 1978, ghcre 1hey rai',ed their in,niLe. Bt~.'k w~rked Jewell County Sheriff Tuesday, Nov. 8. Thank you for your support, l look forward to continuing to serve as your Jewell County Sheriff. Adv. paid for by Don Jacobs This week's repor~ from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, Oct. 21 13 Mix Heifers 498 120.00 7 Elk Steers 632 120.00 8 Mix Heifers 758 116.00 7 BIk Steers 930 119.00 17 Mix Heifers 560 '111.00 55 BIk Steers 890 118.35 ? BIk Heifers 9(}7 1 D930 22 Mix SLeets 666 ~ 18.00 8 Mix Steers 469 134.00 57 Mix Steers 908 118.00 7 BIk Steers 542 129.00 13 Elk Steers 669 117 50 64 Elk Steers 813 127.50 7 Mix Steers 678 11700 64 BIk Steers 887 125.00 87 BIk Steers 924 116.75 ? ElK Steers 805 ~ 25.00 13 Elk Steers 786 11500 12 81k Steers 586 122,00 7 Red Cows 1,389 1.610.O0 Consigned for Fridery, Oct. 211 9 Young Sprig Bred Red Angus Cows: IC Older Fall Pairs: 116 Blk Heifers, 850. off grass'. 15 Black Steers and Heil'ers. 600-700; 150 BIk Steers and Heifers, 550-75~; 65 Mix Heifers, 750-800: 60 Elk Steers and Heifers, 400.600; don Russell, 785-374-4577. Cell 78F B19-6115 Neql Bouray. 402-879-5566 Scott Groone, 785-545-e6 I2 Kelly Bouray. 402-879-3051. Cell 402,87~-5587 BBQ and Benefit Auction Cody Murray. our auctioneer end employee of 20 years has recently un~rgcw~e oral surgery and just compTeted radialion treatment wit?, more pm ~lures ir~ l~e luture. We are asking year support for a benefit being planned on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Community Center, Man kato, Kan. to help with th~ additional costs he is incurring. We are planning a BBO and a benefit auction and would appreciate any donations you wo~ld like to give. VAN Have you been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma? If you have been diagnosed with a seriaus medical condition, such as Non-Hodgk]n's Lymphoma, after exposure to alUllLpluj<~bs with his me~'hanicalahll- it)' a I'~.r.iI Iremeltdous w i]liog~le~s In .~en'e people and eventually owning a sani- tation co]leo, tim ~'rvice Ul]til he re- lired in 2,112. Buck yeas :t Miil])e ~ta White Ear[l) Chippe'~ a lndian hy hhxv.J. ~ cowhLv al heart, ~,nd a hor.~ re:m. He had adeep relat,m ;hip with hi~ firsl Appaloosa st,Lllion nanled Red where Ihey I~ad some crazy ",K~ventntes assisting neigh. txlrs eu~ndi~g up lost cattle or running in the Flag race at local horse shows. He loved the arts and spent time crealmg detailed metal and feather w(~rk while volunteering his ti|n 11, leach icaLiler work t() 4-['{ kids and anyone Ihal s~oplX'd by hb shop in Jewe[l. Always wanting Io a ~ xi~l~upl in need. Buck hecame a Jewell vcflunteet fi~fightcr. life member of Beloit VFW ~ost 2306, Jewe|] American Lag[on Post 72 and Masonic LixIge No I I As a gra~dfa. ther. Buck enjoyed attending Ihe gran(k'hildrens" evenls ranging from I~)tba]L gamc~, h;flf tittle dance r{|{|- tine~, and track itteeLs li~ the sprh)j~. He al~l v.'~s willing to qrike tip a game of ea~ aml <:~y~yed playing l~ith famit}- and tr [e cld.~. Fnneral ner~ ]ce.~ ~-ene held aL ~ p-ffl. M,~mia}. (k'l. 2 I. 21]]6. at Lhe Jewell ('~ |~1|lnl, ll~.!.!.y (. '~.' nl. r w ilh h, riul follow- Class A CDL Dr/vers Needed I would appreciate ou, VOTE for Jewell County Treasurer in the General Election Brenda Eakins 43,16 ii i i i Monsa .n.to.'S Roundup herbicide, YOU may be entitled tO comp6nsation, Cali Us Toll Free: 900-490-2720 Pulaski Law Firm I-i'I 41 1 I, iI .'~i ~II'V'I,~IIIIa,~II[~I l:~,)jl;l,l- A~e~tisemenl paid by Brenda Eakin s The issue isn't right versus left. iT IS RIGHT VERSUS WRONG. Let's make activist judges accountable by voting NO on retaining them November 8th. SUPREME VOTE NO Carol A. Beier Dan Biles Lawton R, Nuss Marla Luckert COURT VOTE YES Caleb Stegall Please take this voter guide with you to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Share it with friends by taking a photo and distribuling via text, email or social media. PoL Adv. paid for by Oanielte Russell . . i I I i DOING WHAT WE SAY SINCE 1935. SEE FOR YOURSELF. 0pportunJtJ~s available in these divisions i raTE,MODAL I DED CmE0 ! TASKEe Teaal and Solo [ Local, Re~/ and Over-the-R0aO COMge~HY DRIVER BENEFff$ I P $6.000 tuihon r~iinbul ~l~ea| i I~l,~l olieOlatLon alld 0ng, emg |ii~|lrl rig I,~edi~1, daatal a,gt vislorl Ji1,~LIPSrll~ ~ll"id ~{~]I k) t)Idll schneideq01~. om N 1DER" sehneiderownempem=,s. om -- 800,44-PRtDE I B0t~28-LEASE |ng al Wallace ('erector.' 3ewel[- Mankalo A|i)crl ai'. I.cgiOlt pi.e,erLted lh col~r guard. M,iit~ rlq ~ wcr~: provkledlw file L:miL'd Scale'.Air Force. Vi.~;iLation'g:L.~ Iron1 -i p.IH. t<1 7 pall. Sunday. t~.'t. 23. a~ Klcppm~:cr FLU- MemoriaL'. t~)~.~ Ix- g[~ I| I~ lhe J-'well '%dntncer }:~re [)L~p;.%rttl~.enl Kl~ppiitg~:r I.ul: ral .%~.'r,zee'~ we', |]I el)urge ,i the iLilan ~ 'nl =iilt n, pd. Jewell Co. Memories C ,ntmned I'~'~t|~ page I]r.ht and 1hen their flan)b,L,r, W. A. M~ttSOl'l rCl~rted. "'1 Ii.i~e a hilly ei~hl ~ in the norlh o~rT el lhe c~uiffy that ha~uxt aI~ul been alined hy the [i ~k'r. iL h:',', I"g'~2rl v.'-'tM~.~ dowl~ !o Ih ~I [a)l" ~ h~ve ~nwed il t~, sWeel 'kwcr ~||d l'm going to h.a~e il in hwt.'ei ~ hw0r .IJIni]l i( gels OI'I its (eel again.'" R;.'I~' McDan[el sold a t.'ar l~d of ILor~.r '> el| Ihc On 'iha lilarkcl. Vemon'l'~x" I'fi:r h 'ad fi nis] |L'd a c~ ~u~'~e ;it 1he K:lrlsas City barber ~'h~3i and was Cuiployed il| Whitncy's Barber Shop. The Kan~s l~.1,cr ['omp:m.v wilh .',n oltice :|t ManU, Io. wa~ off~ 'rit|L: Io sell ~x ;iflle in)115, |,113 p;|} IllCnt plait ul" I)g cent,~ k,~l~ and I|il~.C It~.~m'Lld.~ pa}'- Ill, IllII- ~,1$1 ~.'JC11. lllc k'1~Tll[~'Lk11.% 4 I~II l~'r~'~L ~, .I~lc~ ,~1 I hcrrrl.tX 'W,iIIlc [hv [1L-~.II.II~ Ullit'~ ~.~,l.'ri." ai'~,IL~.z-d. |[11.'~ ~'ould I~: r~'pl,lcvd k~ i~ |turreted. The L~un~ h~d luil-qr,deep alunfinuln grid e.x ~1,~11 ~ il )11 l lit| Re. h:,' I~ rl't~r-l]~al~.~ air-c~fled SUplX~m The ir~m.~ were said Io Ix- pradically indeslruclihle. LK'tobcr 20. It,"i G St~r|))y wea.L]ler cauned Ihe c~,[r shrew to Ix: w ~%.'duL~d fi~r (.k't- 2t- "l-hP '~,alnul cr~p ~a~, ,qml Io k' preu.v f-'$Ll'. {~a~,Jll~. ,~Ior~," wax of~"Cqlll~ to pl.lrL'hasc a i';l~-ioad ~fl ~,rtcd i~[;t- tlh,'~ The [' '~|i lholl~a]1 k';ni| d~'Ic',|~ed the: Je ,cJ] leall1.42-6. A i)fidiu~hl fir," Je.Mio.~ d (;~t~c [tarri~nf~. har~ oa the l- a.q Ih.l| h The Ayer~ NLv-~ did," i notivc -'myiifin~ aillis~/'lA'hrJ I1 ) ['L.L'y p'aY'~d III~.' hal'll "VI. hiLe o]I lh ir way h~.)llle I%)111 tc~%'ll. The pul up their car and w ~ mldre.~sh|~: wlicn tiley noliwd a lighl rcfleclili~ i11 their dresser r~fim~r. They llmked out their bcdl~x)m winder,' .~['~d ~aw zhc ha~'~ x~:i% ~I~ fire. A 1 pLal i~tllltlic~ and 3~ [|o~h [~." ri hed, AI~ Im,~ I~I!.i L|% ~ix ~r,'l, iHhar|,ehn, hO:l:lle ~r;|in. IUton~ nl b.~, a|ld I I':I |~-.V sr~a 11c r'~,n.ic[e ~ At sLM Ii~I~';= r ~;~ wa'-. ~ a',v.L.d. The cl)ullly t-e~tiv;t] [)];,ll~iil.'d i~ff Ma|ll,:~.lco Octol~er 27-28 ~i as exix'ctcd IO, ~.'CUpy li~e huildi|)~s ai|d 1ou| i;ir~c l~.'111s. O, lte ~I which ~v~mld exch,qvcly ~ ho~,~, i-leV, aUlOlllOh des. [Mr the %1,111) {.]'l i 0 cenl.~ .'m~o.nohile s w~mid ~ I~.[d.ed aim ~21~ilfdcd al Lile |~',ili~,al. Cou||Iv Auonlev C. Clyde M.vcr~ i~ a L~' n-llClCl-'[l I. hut il, i~, palv.'r I~lic~ cs Ili-~ good work II' cleai,ing up the i[2art.'l|~: trail"it ~4nd Ix'rolleR, germ. al~.d kcepiB~, Ihem c[uaned npdurin~2 hi~ whul I*.'n~ of olf~c'e dest'r~r,:h ~otlle WtlOle~;~m0 r~'cLsgl|ition. W~' caltlll~l ex[~Cl ~.'t~.Wlt%' ~ffl-~cial~ to t~ke fire right stand un i]~ese COI)tlltlLICL~ ID pa~2 9