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6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 6, 2011 II Obituaries Donald Mod]in Donald Arden Modlin, 90. was born Dec. 25, 1920. to Cecil and Lora Modlin. He died Dec, 26, at the Veter, ans Hospital. in Topeka. During his grade school years, he attended the Limestone Country School near his home. Af- ter graduating from Burr Oak High School in 1938, he attended Kansas Wesleyan Univer- sity in Salina, graduating with a music education degree in 1942. June 20, 1943, Don was married to Mary E Morton. They resided in Burr Oak, In August of 1942. he enlisted in the U.S. Navy serving 3 1/2 years, 2 1/2 years of which he was in the South Pacific. Upon returning home, he was a farmer and stockman, and served as the noxious weed supervisor for Jewell County for 33 years. He served on the Burr Oak School Board for 12 years. Don was a life-long member of the Burr Oak United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his .parents: a son, Mike Stevens and his wife. Gwen Modlin. He is survived by: his wile of 67 years, Mary, of the home: his children, a daughter, Jerry Sue and her husband, Jim Harding, of Manhattan. Kan.. a son. Don  Charles and his wife, Lois, Modlin. Scott City, Kan.. a daughter, Sylvia Diane. and her husband, Mark Musser, Frontenac, Kan.: a sister, Christine Fay Dyel, Mount Morris. N.Y.: six grandchildren: and four great- grandchildren. Don requested cremation. His fu- neral was held Thursday, Dec., 30. 2010, at the United Methodist Church. Burr Oak, with Pastor Dan Dempsey officiating. Mrs. Rosalie Menhusen, .'was the organist. Honorary bearers were Gary Carman. Lynn Scarrow. Jim Rehmert, Carl Stepp, Gall Bartley, Verlin Chitty, Dan Streit and Gene Underwood. Inurnment was in the Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Kan: The family suggested memorials to the United Methodist Church. Burr Oak, in care of the Melby Mortuary, P O Box 384. Mankato, Kan. 66956. Melby Mortuary. Mankato, Kan- sas. was in charge of arrangements. ---Paid Obituary Tina Wilden Tina Marie Wilden. 39. Kensington, was born April 18.197 I. at Yuba City, Calif., to Delbert Lee and Gloria Marie (Patterson) Smith Lawrence. She died in an automobile accident Dec. 30 at Smith Center. Tina married Mike Wilden and later they divorced. She worked in house- keeping tbr several nursing homes and hospitals during her lifetime. She is. survived by her daughters. TabithaWilden, Mankato, and Tehrina Wilden, Burr Oak: two grandchildren; seven siblings, Lisa Greenwood, John Lawrence, Scott Lawrence. Michael Smith. Rhonda Smith. Tanya Smith Shalon Morris: her mother, Gloria Lawrence. California: and her father Delbert Smith. Arizona Her ftmeral w as held 4 p.m. Wednes- day at'the Christian Church. Mankato, with Pastor Thaddeus Hinkle officiat- ing. Tina requested that her cremains be returned to California. Melby Mor- tuary, Mankato. was in charge of ar- rangements. Leland Bartley James Leland Bartley, 90, was born. on a farm about one-half mile south of Esbon, in Jewell County, Kan., on Fri- day, Aug. 27, 1920. He died Dec. 28, 2010, at the Jewell County Hospital. Leland (nicknamed "Buck") was the son of Walter Jay Bartley and Edith Pearl Hoffhines. He grew up in the Esbon and Ionia communities and graduated from Ionia Rural High School, Ionia, Kan., in 1939. He married his high school sweet- heart, Doris Eileen Miller, in Mankato, Jewell County, Kan., Aug. 16, 1941. They lived in the Westbranch Community for 41 years before mov- ing to the Esbon community, Leland resided there until his death. To this union were born five children: Nancy, James Leland, Jr. (Jim), Lois, Janice, and Geneva. Besides fanning, Leland worked with the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service beginning in May, 1957, and was cited for 25 years of service in 1983. Leland liked all sports but his great love was baseball. He could be called the "encyclopedia of baseball records ,'" being able to recite baseball facts back to the years when he was a child. He was himself an accomplished player and played town team baseball for m any years He was a lover of all animals and had the ability to train birds and small animals to perform numerous tricks. Leland is preceded in death by Doris, his devoted wife of sixty-seven years, his parents, Walter and Edith Bartley, his brother. Delbert Jay Bartley, and granddaughter Kimberly Anne Nitsch. Leland is survived by four daugh- ters, Nancy (Roger) Nitsch, Hunter, Kan,, Lois Weeks of Lawrence, Kan,, Janice (Joe) Arneson, Lawrence, Kan,, and Geneva (Tom) Tucker, Lawrence, Kan,; one son, Jim (Kathy) Bartley, Grand Island• Neb.; a sister, Arlene Fearing, Gainesville, Fla.; a sister-in- law, Carol Miller Watkins, Beulah, Colo. He is also survived by grandchil- dren, Bradley Nitsch, Hunter, Kan., Trdcy Nitsch. Hunter, Kan,, Lance (Rebecca) Weeks, Lawrence, Kan., Laurie (Luke Whittemore) Weeks, Fairfax County, Va,, Jeremy (Carol Merrifield) Bartley, Redlands, Calif,, Jessica (Jason) Barker, Lawrence, Kan,, Justin (Sheriden Decastro) Dubas, New Braunfels, Texas, Ryan Dubas, Grand Island, Neb., and Kaitlin Goodner, Hastings, Neb.; 12 great- grandchildren; and a host of family and friends. Leland's memorial services' were held at 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, Dec. 31,2010, at the Ionia Methodist Church, Ionia, Kan,, with Pastor Tyler Larson. Interment was in Ionia Cemetery. Me- morials may be given to the Esbon Senior Center or Mankato Summer Youth (baseball program); Family re- ceived friends from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 30; 2010, at the Melby Mortuary, Mankato, Kan.. Leland will be missed by his family and friends. May he rest in peace. ---Paid Obituary-- Facts are stubborn things; and what- ever may be our wishes, our inclina- tions, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence. A L L et us help youfind the perfect marker to honor your loved one's lifetime,' QUALITY MONUMENTS Marysville • Concordia • Holton 785-243-2466 • 866-543-2466 Thank You Sale Monday, Jan. 10 Open Late --'til8 p.rr00 Extra 15 % off on appliances* o Extra 10  off on almost everything else* Sears 238W. Sixth St., Concordia, Kan. Hometown Store 785=243-2100 * Some exclusions apply. See associate for details. BANKING is Serious " t Busmess. We strive to meet all your financial needs! of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 ',r,'a 785-739-2212 F;I'I Winifred Shand Winifred May Noller Kuiken Shand, 97, was born Oct. 22, 1913. on a farm one-half mile from Randall. She died at her home in Merritt Island, Fla., on Dec. 15. Her mother, Ella Jane. taught her to sing at an early age. She sang her first solo at the age of four. Music was her greatest interest. She took violin les- sons and played in the high school orchestra and had the lead in the high school operetta in both her junior and senior years in high school. She was lead soloist in herchurch in Mankato. Later while serving as dorm mother at Northwestern College in Alva. Okla.: she sang the lead solos in the Messiah. On April 26. 1935, she married Melvin Glenn Kuiken. They lived the first 10 years in Portis and then moved to Mankato. To this union a daughter was bom. In 1965 her husband died. In 1969 she married Kenneth Shand. He died in 1983. Winifred sang for many funerals and weddings while in Mankato. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, music club. carden club, and the Methodist Church Choir. Winifred was a homemaker, wife and mother. She maintained a rose garden in her back yard. Survivors include her daughter; Mrs. 'Jimmy Warren (Cheryl); two grandsons. Kevin Warren and Chad Warren; and two great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held Dec. 27. Tena Krueger Tena M. Krueger, 97, Blue Hill, died last Wednesday at the Webster County Community Hospital, Red Cloud. She was born on Dec. l 6, 1913, to John O. and Anna K. (Hartman) Rose at Rosemont. Neb. She attended school through the eighth grade. She married Elmer A. Krueger Feb. 23, 1938. at Rosemont. She and her husband farmed south of Blue Hill. Tent was a member of Trin: ity Lutheran Church, Blue Hill. Neb. Survivors include her son Larry, Blue Hill; two daughters. Mrs. Larry Stewart (Kathy) Mankato, and Mrs. Ken Voboril (Judy), Sutton: 20 grand- children: 45 great-grandchildren: and nine great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband: three daughters. Irene Hohlfeld. Patty f erry and Lois Dack; a grandson, David Dack: granddaugh- ter, Sheri Sue Voboril; and two great grandchildren Services were held Monday at Trin- ity Lutheran Church. Blue Hill, with the Rev. James Witt officiating. Burial wasin Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, B ine Hill. Merten-Butler Mortuary, Blue Hill, was in charge of arrangements. Ronald Sothers Ronald E. Sothers. 72° the son of Elder and Juvemia (Carman) Sothers. was born Oct. 26. 1938. at the family home outside of Courtland. He gradu- ated from Courtland High School in 1956. Ron served in the National Guard from 1959 to 1964. He was united in marrtage to Maudie F, Hallack on Sept. 23, 1961. To this union four children were born. Kim. Becky, Mitch. and Ronnie Matt'. Ron dedicated his life to farming with his father and brothers near Courtland. After losing Maudie to can- cer on Jan. 3, 1996. Ron married Beverly Sothers on July 5, 1997. With this union, his family grew to include three step-children Jeff. Kaylene and Karen. After a difficult time of illness. Ron died Friday at Mt. Joseph Senior Village in Concordia. He was preceded in death by his parents: his wife. Maudie; and his brother, Ralph "Ole" Sothers. Survivors include his wife, Beverly; daughters, Kim Wilson, Sali- nas. Calif., and Mrs. Brad Odell (Becky), Courtland; sons, Mitch Sothers, Topeka, and Matt Sothers, Clyde; step-children, Jeff Sothers and Mrs. Jack Clark (Kaylene) of Courtland, and Karen Sothers, San Diego, Calif.; brothers Gerald and Dean Sothers of Courtland, and Maurice Sothers, Scandia; a sister, Mrs. Johnny Nylund (Judy), Scandia; grandchildren, Trenton Jones, Wes Clark, Thayne Clark. Cory Odell, Tyler Clark, Kade Odell. Drew Sothers, Kayce Clark, Kira Odell, Ty Sothers, Mackenzie Sothers, Tiana Sothers, Rylie Knox, and Alden Sothers. His funeral was held Wednesday at the United Methodist Church, Courtland. Burial was in the Courtland Cemetery. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of the arrangements. Evelyn Blair Evelyn Joy Blair, 86, the daughter of Orval Wilson and Lillie May (Andreasen) Patterson was born Sept. 10, 1924 on her parents' farm north- east of Superior. She died last Wednes- day at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior. Evelyn attended Oak Creek country grade school east of Superior. After her mother died of pneumonia in 1937, she helped raise her sister, Betty, age 8, and her brother Roy, age 2. Evelyn then graduated from Superior High School with the Class of 1942. Evelyn was united in marriage to Wylie Blair on Nov. 20, 1944, at the Methodist parsonage in Belleville. Evelyn and Wylie lived the first 44 years of their marriage on a farm home- steaded by Wylie's great-grandfather. There they raised their three daugh- ters, Connie Joy, Lynn Faye and Gayle Rae. While they lived on the farm, Evelyn attended and was a member of the Olive Hill Church where she taught Sunday School for 12 years and helped with vacation Bible school. Evelyn enJoyed hunting and fishing with her husband. They spent many fruitful hours on Lovewell and Glen Elder lakes. Evelyn was a true farmer's wife, whether she was driving a tractor, cook- ing great meals, milking cows or even delivering twin calves when her hus- band was down with the mumps. After their retirement in 1988, Evelyn and Wylie moved to Superior. She became a mefnber of the Superior Church of Christ. where she served as a greeter and helped with VBS. She did volun- teer work for several years at the Supe- rior Good Samaritan Center as well as the Nifty-Thrifty store: Evelyn was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Betty Frerichs. Surwvors include her husband, Wylie Blair, of Superior; daughters: Mrs. John Foley (Connie) of Kearney, Mo., Mrs. Lonnie Hallum (Lynn) of Medesto, Calif.. and Mrs. Ron Smullins (Gayle) of Pearce, AriZ,; a brother, Roy Patterson of Cambridge, Neb.; broth- ers-in-law, Alan Frerichs, Blaine Blair, Burt Blair and Stan Blair; a sister-in- law. Marlene Saathoff; five grandchil- " Payne " ..... Bobcat Works • Pasture tree clearing • Post hole drilling • General dirt or lot work • Snow removal Roflney Payne, 785-545-5141 Brent Beck, 785-545-5427 This week's report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Consigned for Friday, Jan. 7 11 Black cows young to older spring calves: 7 fall pairs running age; 60 mix steers and heifers 600-700; 115 Mix steers, 800-900; 50 Black steers and heifers 550-650:70 Black steers and heifer& 600-800.; 80 Black steers and heifers, 750-900; 61 Black steers, 700-800; 30 Charolais mix steers, 700-800; 60 Red Angus mix steers, 750-850; 93 Charolais mix steers and heifers, 550-650; 70 Mixed older cows spring calvers; Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, C011785-81R-6115 Bill Logan, 785-378-3327, Coil 785-545-6784 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533 Co//785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, C0//402-879-5567 Andy Montgomery, 402-879-3004 Co//785-545-8366 .... q= ] i I0000ffAT00 Re s e a rc h 0"d Extension Weed Management Workshop* Friday, Jan. 14 • 8:30 a.m. to Noon Hunter Care Hunter, Kan. Weed LD., Herbicide Resistance & Glyphosate Issues, Weed Control Updates *Program should qualify for 2.5 pest management CCA Credits and 3 credit hours in pest management for commercial pesticide applicatorrecertification NO COST TO ATTEND Coffee & Rolls Provided Pre-registration required by Friday, Jan. 7 Provided by: Post Rock District Office: Beloit - 738-3597; Mankato - 378-3174; Osborne - 346-2521; Lincoln - 524-4432 Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service K-State. County Extension Councils. Extension Districts and U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperating All educational programs and materials available withoutdiscrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. dren, Katie, Sarah, Andrew, Kristen and Garrett; and seven great-grand- children. Her funeral was held Monday at the Williams Funeral Home Chapel in Superior. Pastor Jim Stark officiated. Burial was in the Webber Cemetery. Jaunita Fullerton Jaunita Maxine (Miller) Fullerton, 93, died Sunday at the Wilber Care • Center. Wilber, Neb. She was born Jan. 23, 1917 in Oakhill, to Jacob and Vista (Ellis) Miller. She was the young- est of four children. As a child she was given the nick- name "Billy" by her father. Jaunita spent her childhood in and around Montrose, attending Hillsdale School. In 1931, the family moved to Kirwin. In the fall of 1933, they moved to Eureka, Ark., where the family lived for-nine years before moving back to Montrose. Jaunita vorked for a short time at the hospital in Belleville. She lived in Montrose, COlo., and Yuma, Ariz., before moving back to Montrose. Jaunita married James Fullerton Aug. 31,1947, and acquired a readymade family consisting of two sons, Alfred and James Fullerton Jr. To this union, Jaunita gave birth to a daughter, Janis. The family moved to Enterprise in the early 1970s to help her sister care for their parents. In the mid 1980s Jaunita moved to Nebraska to live in closer proximity to her fam- ily. She called Crete and Lincoln home for many years before moving to the Wilber Care Center at the age of 90. She was a member of the Northside Adventist Church in Lincoln, Neb., for many years. Jaunita is survived by: a daughter, Mrs. William Howlett, (Janis) Crete; stepson, James Fullerton, Raytown, Mo.; grandsons James Bates, Billy Bates, Timothy Bates and Dennis Ful- lerton; granddaughters, Chelsea Weideman, Nancy Karuhn, Linda Ful- lerton, Dorothy McCoskey, Cindy Whitson and Cheri Boyles; 21 great- grandchildren; and six great-great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; a brother, Albert Miller; a.sister Fern Brown; and step- son Alfred Fullerton. Her funeral will be held at I0 a.m. today (Thursday) at the Melby Buneral Home in Mankato, Internment will be Wallace Cemetery near Jewell. Carol Gehrke Carol Lila Gehrke, 80, was born Dec. 16, 1930, at Glasco to Orville B. and Myrtle E. Studt Birch. She died Friday at the Mitchell County Hospital Resident Care Center in Beloit. A lifetime resident of Glasco, Carol graduated from Glasco High School where she was drum majorette and a baton twirler. 0000Sentricon Colony Elimination System i i i i Grain Bins • Eaton • GSI • Vacro-Pruden • American Aug. 21, 1940, she married Duane LaVerne Gehrke at St. Paul' s Lutheran Church in Glasco. This union was blessed with three daughters, Deborah, Darlene and Cyndia. Carol and her family lived on a farm immediately south and west of Glasco until she began receiving care in 2009. She owned and operated the First Glasco Insurance Agency in Glasco. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the VFW Auxil- iary, both of Glasco. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and a brother• Merville Birch. Survivors include her children, Mrs. John Fantacone. (Deborah) Spring- field, Va., Darlene Betz. Mankato, and Cyndia Studt. Beloit; four grandchil- dren and one great-grandchild. Burial of the ashes was held at 1:30 p.m.. Tuesday at the Glasco Cemetery. Services were by McDonald-Roberts Funeral Home, Beloit. Randall By Fawna Barrett Jewell County Readers meet at 2 p.m. Monday. at the Jewell Library. Carol Divel will lead the discussion on "The Learning Tree" by Gordon Parks. Mary Ann Kibbe, Kara and Lucas Kent, Chris Kibbe and Jackie Leonard attended a late Christmas gathering with Mary Ann's family at the Della Enslow home. Lakin. All returned home Saturday. Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gordanier were in a serious automobile accident in Cali- fornia. Wayne is a brother of Neil Gordanier and Betty Kibbe. Bret and June Ferguson were last Wednesday dinner guests of his mother. Martha Lumb. and spent the afternoon. Saturday luncheon guests were Bill, Melanie and Eric Griffeth. Dawna Greene and Dan Sullivan. Junior and Phyllis Wilson are pa- tients in the Mitchell County Hospital. Carol and Larry Flinn visited Judy Zimmer. Carl and Opal McElroy Sun- day before returning to their home in Missouri Monday. Angle Dreher and children were here Tuesday and Wednesday with her mother, Judy Zimmer and the McElroys. Thursday, Angie and family spent the day with her dad, Roger, and Kay Zimmer be- fore returning to Topeka. Thursday through Sunday guests of Roger and Jan McCollough were Traci and Dan Bates. Levi and Clay, Lin- coln. Lesley Crider and Keegan, Quincy, Ill Bonnie and Loren Isom and sons, Lincoln. Neb.. Laura Barta and John. stopped by Sunday after- noon. Larry Anderson and Hank Thomas were among the tourists encountering Pest Control & Lawn Service SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! 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The Price family met Natalie Wood and children and Fawna Barrett in Salina for an early dinner:as the Prices were going to Hillsboro to visit her relatives. David and Sherilyn Kadel went to Hillsboro Saturday for the noon meal with her sister, Tim and Donna Deiner and the other families. Satur- day evening the Kadels and the Prices were dinner guests of Paul and Arlene Pankratz. Cliff and Nevada Vetter entertained their family Saturday for a Christmas celebration. Guests were Scott and Vickie Fenner. Barrett Fenner, Chris- tina and Chris McDaniel, Jade and Braelyn, Elaine, Dan and Luke Peters, Darren Peters, a friend and her family, Mark Peters, Cecelia Reiter, Jerry arid Janae Peters, Nancy and Bill Buser, Nanette and David Carpenter, Kayla and Kalli, Elwin and Janie Dunstan, Easton and Evea, Earl Dunstan and. Cayden, Phil and Kristi Vetter, Jesse, Brooke and Abby. Earl, Crystal and Cayden were Friday night visitors at the Vetter home as Crystal had to Work Saturday. Elaine and Dan Peters hosted their family to a Christmas dinner Sunday. Fawna Barrett stayed Thursday through Sunday with the David and Natalie Wood family. They were lunch guests of the Harvey Wood extended family Friday. Sunday Harvey and Pat Wood, and friends Janelle and Morgan Pearl, were guests for a meal after church. Fawna was guest speaker at the Solomon Yoked Parish worship service. Local Weather High and Low'TemFeratures Dec 26 25 17 Dec 27 33 12 Dec 28 31 13 Dec 29 48 17 Dec. 30 48 21 Dec. 31 42 8 Wilbur Becker, weather observer for Mankato, reports three inches of snow and. 30 precipitation for the Week. Charlotte Hansen. weather observer for Jewell, reports .04 precipitation for the week and .09 inches of snow with a trace on the ground. 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