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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. 22-Vehicles 1998 Buick LaSabre Limited, 164,000, very good condition, always garaged, $2,800 or best offer. 402-756-7194. 22-50-2p PUBLIC AUCTION: Dec. 19, 2016, 9 a.m., 661 S Main St., Burr Oak, Kan. 66936, 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, VIN 1GCEK19Z86Z137277 22-49-2c 24-Real Estate FSBO: KS acreage near Superior. 3B-3B, updated kitchen, newer appli- ances, full basement, large garage and yard, sprinkler system, screened patio, new water heater, back-up gen- erator, sheds.785-753-4142 leave message. 24-50-2c HOUSE FOR Sale. One bedroom. Completely remodeled move in ready. Webber Kan.,785-753-4098 24-41 -fie 25-Mobile Homes Thursday, December 15, 2016 Belleville; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a sister, Marga- ret Berger Atwell, of Chicago, M.; numerous nieces and nephews. Her funeral services was held Sat- urday at the First United Methodist Church, Belleville, with The Rev. Emily Meckley officiating. Burial was in the Belleville City Cemetery. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, assisted the Arbuthnot fam- ily with these arrangements. John Breeden John Michael Breeden, 63, of Franklin, Neb., was born Oct. i 0, 1953, in Rocky Ford, Colo., to Neva Lee (Beisner) and Au- gustine Younse Breeden. He died on Dec. I, 2016, surrounded by family and friends. John had two children, Zachariah and Autumn, before ..... meeting Annetta parents and sisters, Peggy Richmond and Marilyn Sothers. Sharon is survived by her husband, Dewayne, of the home; daughters, Mrs. Joey Welch 0oanne) of Wellington, Mrs. Lynn Moon (Cindy) of Burlingame and Mrs. Craig Clark (Nancy) of Beloit; 15 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, nieces, neph- ews, many other relatives and friends. Her funeral will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) at Bachelor-Surber Memorial Chapel, Belleville, con- ducted by Pastor Kathy Aeillo and Kathleen Marsicek. Interment will be in Tabor Cemetery, rural Munden. Mindy Howard Mindy S. Howard, 44, Shawnee, died Nov. 30 in Shawnee Mission, after a battle with cancer. Mindy was born Feb. 22, 1972, at Belleville, the daughter of Kenny and Marilyn Schaffer Lynch, Mankato. Mindy grew up in Mankato attend- ing and graduating from Mankato schools. She studied at K-State Uni- versity going on to obtain her master's degree in early childhood special edu- cation. She dedicated her career to (R o b i n s o n ) helping infants, toddlers and Breeden of Smith Center, Kan., who preschoolers with special needs to get would become his lifelong compan- the help and services they deserve, first ion. Their union produced three chil- with the Infant-Toddler Services of dren: Amanda, Jennifer and Michael. Johnson County and later with the He was blessed with eight grandchil- Shawnee Mission School District. dren: Brenna, Christopher, Avienda, She is survived by her husband, Dylan, Madison, Emmett, Elijah and Brad, of 17 years; her two sons, Will- Jaedyn. iam 14, and Alexander 11 ; her parents; grandchildren. She was a true prayer warrior and displayed a true testament to her strength as she succeeded in fulfilling one of her last wishes, to _ meet and hold her 23rd great grand- child just four days before she died. Irene was preceded in death by her parents; husband; son, Kenneth Michael Johnson; and two brothers, Bob and Max. She was survived by her children, Mrs. Rick Millen (Cheryl), Mrs. Roger Yost (Alice), both of Maxwell; Timo- thy Johnson, Council Bluffs, Iowa; sister, Ruth Macy; 11 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and friends. Her funeral was held Dec. 2 at Parkview Community Nazarene Church with The Revs. Jack Atteberry, Roger Yost and Trent Johnson offici- ating. Burial followed at Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell. Adams and Swanson Fu- neral Home was in charge of the ar- rangements. Jim range Jimmy (Jim) Paul Lange, 83, Beloit, died Dec. 2 at Mitchell County Hospi- hal, Beloit. He was bum Aug. 14, 1933, in Mankato, the son of Leo and Elma Fern Applebee Lange. Jim grew up and attended grade school in Beloit and graduated from Beloit High School in 1951. He en- listed in the US Air Force in February 1952 and took his basis training in San Antonio, Texas. From there he went to December 10, 1926 The K.C.D. Trail between Jewell and Concordia had been approved for classification as a state highway. .... Just as Jewell got the star route operating to Jamestown word came ', from the railroad advising the motor car which operated from Concordia to the west and carried the mail would be discontinued. Thus making it impos- sible to get evening mail in Jewell from Kansas City. Thomas Roffer reported he was 12- years-old when his parents purchased their first oil lamp. Will Fox was driving the rural mail for Grant Sloan who had typhoid fever. Four inches of snow lay very even over the fields. Dear Santa Claus: Please make the hens lay. There was no nicer gift for Christ- mas than a Kodak. Ben Williamson of Allen Town- ship met with a serious accident when his glove was caught by a power saw. Instantly his left thumb was cut off, the first finger unjointed, and bones of his third finer broken in two places. His hand was also badly cut. ing motorists helped themselves to what was left of the l ad. .... F. W: Boyd, Jr.i editor of the Jewell C unty Reco was voted the most liJ al K-State fart iand presented an gWard at,he annual'football banquet held at Mafih attan. Bus had attend all of the home and away games in 1956. His son, Dick Boyd, played fullback on the 1956 KSU team. A total of 41 people were enrolled in a Jewell County Leadership Train- i ng School. Of these, 34 completed the course requirements. A Missouri Pacific railroad bridge : near Jamestown was destroyed by fire. The Kieffer Grocery at Randall was selling two pounds of Delicious apples for 29 cents. Sliced bacon was 39 cents a pound at Boogaarts. Allure Kelly was busy working with her loom. Mr.,and Mrs. Mart Masterson had a new television set. The Hunter and Ionia basketball team played at Ionia. Ionia boys won, but the Ionia girls lost. December 9, 1976 Two state highway department December 17, 1936 employees, Glenn Tyler, maintenance Jack Byers received a broken ankle area foreman, and Ed Frink retired. in the Jewell-Montrose grade school Trooper Mike Kuhn of the Kansas basketball game. It was the first game Highway Patrol received the Super- of the season, inte ndent's Award for saving the life Mrs. J. W. Skinner was standing on of a heart attack victim. a chair to reach a high shelf when she Ray Bradshaw moved the Farmers fell. She was able to immediately walk UnionlnsuranceofficetoWintSmith's Dodge Oty marshal representing his state far and wide By Ron Wilson lllesheim, Germany. This audience is excited because authentic cowboys from Kansas are performing cowboy music. One of them is even the official marshal of Dodge City. He's a man of many talents who comes from rural Kansas. Allen Bailey is the western per- former who carries the title of Dodge City marshal. Allen grew up at Cimarron and went on to a varied ca- reer, working for the gas company, building saddles and cleaning hats, working for a hospital and senior citi- zens home and then in education. Several key interests surfaced early in his life. First of all, his dad had a cow-calf operation. Allen loved horses and the cowboy life. Second, he en- joyed history-- especially Kansas his- tory. Third, he liked to draw and create art. Fourth, he enjoyed music. "One guy called me a Renaissance man but I told him I'm just a nut who likes to do lots ofthingsYAllen said. "I do love Kansas." "I was fortunate to grow up in a musical family," Allen said. "When I was 10 or 11, I found a book in the local store which said 'You Too Can Play the Guitar.' It cost 50 cents. I borrowed the money from my mother and she Those who called John friend will aunt, Dorislea Stouffer; uncle Gordon the first Air Force all-jet mechanic into a nearby room but for more than former Fix-it building, spent the rest of her life trying to get it tENDERS OFFERING $0 down forremember him as a rabble rouser. Out- Schaffer; and many cousins. Mindy trainingbaseinAmarillo,Texas, which two weeks after the fall she had been The Rev. Sidney Dillinger was back," he said with a smile land owners. Roll your new home and spoken, opinionated and not afraid to was a loving wife and devoted mother included the B-47jet bomber, the F-80 confined to bed. transferred to Missouri. He had been Allen learned to play on an old Roy and the F94-B l== t l ultl . utul land improvements into one pack- challenge authority, John could be a to her sons, understanding their unique:., : ......... The Jewell Service Station installed . Serving the Ionia, Esbon and Odessa Rogers guitar, not much bigger than a age. Discount national pricing on fierce advocate and a refuge for those characteristics while also pushing them He married Mar Ellen_ ____,,C, en 'ler .... af /a new.Sharmeter automatic computing. Methodist churches, ukulele. "What was really neat is that, St. John the Bafla_t__th ........... Breeze II doublewide and our 60th feeling a bit on the fHnges themselves, to achieve, o "s Ca oHrChurchih- gasohne pump The face of the pump An open house Was planned to show yearslater, I was able to interview Roy BeloR. Four s ns an five dauehters . . Anniversary singlewide. Trade-ins He was always ready to "wheel and Her funeral was held Friday at the o d showed the number of gallons dehv- off the remodelled Mankato Lumber Rogershimselfandtellhimthatstory. welcome 866-858-6862 25 deal."He loved boxing, music, politics Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas werebomto th;, .... ered, the. price per gallon and me total Company yard. Allen loved the guitar and found and pranks. Man, did he love a good City, Mo. Mindy chose cremation and than 58 years of marriage to ether un cost ot the sale. The pump had nozzle A U: e Theater repair fund was that he could play and sing. Soon he practical joke! Above all, he loved a her ashes will be scattered as to her til Mary's death. - power control and would deliver any launched after it was determined the was playing dances professionally. good yarn. He'd talk your ear off, if wishes at a later date. Jim worked for the City of Beloit quantity of gasoline needed without insUra nce settlement would not be ad- Today Allen plays the guitar, bass gui- THE FAMILY of Everett Meyer ex- you let him. He had a story for every Arlene Frazier and Southwestern Bell Telephone for stopping at 10-gallon intervals as the equhte tomake the needed repairs fol- tar, pedal steel guitar, fiddle, tenor press our thanks for the cards, me- situation, even if he had already told several years before working for the prior pump required, lowing a fire two weeks earlier, banjo, and piano. He continues to write, morials and flowers given in his you that specific story a few dozen Arlene Frazier, 91, died last Mitchell County Hospital, where he A Republic county boy attempted Mrs. Robert Simon was employed compose and perform music. memory. Special thanks to Pastor times. Wednesday at Republic County Long retired after 28 years of service as the to "equalize the wealth" by taking part by Farmway Credit Union. AllenstartedlisteningtoHighPlains Kathryn Bates, Salem Lutheran But the joy he once found in pranks Term Care in Belleville. The daughter head of maintenance, of a rabbit away from one dog to give i Richa Jedy w:as eieeted president Public Radio, the station based in west- Church, Asera Care and all the and general mischievousness was of Ray Jensen and OciePearl (Roper) During hissparetime, Jim tinkered it to another The dog in possession 6f the Jewell G0unty Historical Soci- em Kansas. He volunteered to help caregivers that helped us in Everett's blighted by the loss of his wife in 2014. Jensen, she was born March 27, 1925, in his shop where he could fix or build jumped onto the boy, tore him in such ety, Millie Hills, vice president, Mar- with some of the early fund drives. !!nal_m_onths_o_flife_- ..... 3__6-50-_1_c John never recovered. His health and in Lovewell. anything out of nothing. He also en- away that he had to be sent to the Aspegren, secretary, and Rod When the station manager suggested WE WOULD like to thank everyone happiness dwindled. We, his loved Arlene attended school at Courtland joyed playing cards, dancing, miler hospital.Thedogwaskilledforhaving Weltmer, treasurer Board members thattheyneededsomelivemusic, Allen for alltheirprayers, cards, memorials ones, find solace that he is now at and graduated from Lovewell High skating, ice skating, John Wayne mov- a mistaken idea about ownership, were Rex Headrick, Alice Weltmer offered to bring in his band. and support during Steve's illness peace and reunited with Ann. School in 1943. Following her gradu- ies, Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell and A farmer who was in Oswego with and Opal Joy Bothwell. 'if'he program director noticed that and passing. They meant so much to He was preceded in death by his ation, she worked for her father's car- John Deere equipment, a wagon load of wood rather late and so The Knit Korrel at Burr Oak was I had a gift of gab," Allen said. "She us. God bless you all. The Steve wife, mother, father, sister, Mary pentryandfarmingbusinessasabook- Jim was also preceded in deathby was hastening home because it was holdiqga closing out sale. asked me ifl wanted to host a program. :/ Wroughton family, Becky, Brandon Louise; and red electric scooter. He is keeper. She later worked as a ward his parents; sister, Charlotte mighty dangerous to be caught on the Lehrtin gChevroietwassponsoring They were looking for a program on and Austin, Dick & Lorraine. 36-50-1c survived by five children, three sisters, clerk in the Sandstone, Minn., hospital McCracken; and brother, Michael highways after dark with a team and a mJcrowaydemonstration. Celtic music. I told her I didn't know a brother, a host of grandchildren, fam- forseveral years. Arlenecleaned houses Lawson. wagon. There was no doubt about it. A new shipment of turquoise jew- anything about Celtic music. She said, ily and friends, and did babysitting while she lived in Survivors includehis children" Jeff, Automobiles and trucks pretty much elrv had arrived at the Sleenv Hollow So what do you know about. I said, " -d - --rJ ~ ,,, His funeral was heldThursday, Dec. the state of Washington. She later was Topeka; James, Brookville; Jess, Pro- monopohzed the h ghways after dark Gift Shop. Western swing. . . , 8, at I I a.m. at Cross,,ate= Community a secretary at the feedlot m Scandia. tect on' ; Joe, Belolt"; Janme" Brown, and the.pedestrian., or the one WhO had Calvin James was re,elected cha'=r- That was the beginning of a pro. - , Church in Franklin Neb FriendsArlene was married forseveralyears Beioit; Jean Chism, Beloit; Jane Ester, to travel wlm a team and wagon was on man of the First District Republicans gram called Western Swing and Other , signed the register book Wednesda to William Paul Frazier. They lived in Beloit;JoyceMay, Topeka; andJenni- pins and needles for fear the motorist i December 12, 1996 " ThingshostedbyAllenBailey."Ididn't Melissa Arbuthnot Dec. 7, 2016, at the Hutchins Funeral the Courtland area for several years ferThompson, Beloit; two uncles,Ray would not see them in time. , . The Jewell and White Rock schools think it would last six weeks," Allen Melissa N. Arbuthnot, 92, died last Home, Franklin, Neb. The family will and he preceded her in death. In recent Lange and Bill Lange; I0 grandchil- ,'or every suit omerea oefore,Jan, were considering a possible athletic said.Today, Western Swing and Other Tuesday.MelissawasborninBelleville nameacharit,,atalaterdatetbrm .... years,shemadeherhomeinBelleville dren; and many nieces nenhews and 15,ArtKissingerorrerecltoproviaean mProPr lhings continues to air weekly on High J I.~l I IU-- J ' J~ ...... '~4a~ws. . . on Sept. 20, 1924, to Samuel James rialdonations. HutchinsFuneral Home, Arlene was a member of the Central . friends, extra parr of pants for only $2. Thad Hmkle" led the worship'" ser- Plums Public Radio as it has done for and Nettie Ellen (Myers) Henry, the Franklin, Neb., was in charge of ar- C istianChurch, Belleville. She liked Hisf_,u _eralwasheldlastTuesdayat '; Perfect, Hardware advertised vice for the residents of the Jewell 28 years. "We have, lots of great listen- youngest of their four children, ran ements.. . cnuoxen dancing and .gardenina... St. John s Catholic Church, Beloit. . streamfined .......... velompedes (blcycles) , for . r,a m. ......... ers and nice folks After-graduating from- BeHeville- She was preceded.m death.by her McDonald-Robexts Funeral-Serv ces ..... sale,- .......... ............. ,. ......... Allen also continued his pursaR m High School in 1942, Melissaworked Sharon Kalivoda parents, three sisters, Nora, Evelynand Beloit, was in charge of arrangements. 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