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7A JEWE.LL COUN]'-Y RECORD Thu~lay. June 25, 2015 Obituaries Kellei Brans A Superior rcmdent, Kellei Bruns, 54. died Monday ar Linola. The daughterof('hafle.~ and Darlene (Whilej Webltlll, .~he v,'a~ ~,m on Aug. t. +96~1. in Harper+ Kan. She tntwed with I~r l-~tn,lv to l}cloit when she was five .vear+ uld. She later moved lo Su- F~rK,r v.'he+e she met her rulure bus- baud (),+ tk't.~r I0. 1984. +he was uniled nh triarl'i~g~, it) StL've |:I/IUtS +It Cent~,'mliM I,uthe;an Church m Supe- Jht:+ lzniu,a win, bk~ssod w+th a son and d'mglm:r, Zach and Katie. A uF,~q:s,dc ~erva:e is planned for ]~,~e,gree.t Cemctety,S~perkx, at 10;31) ,I.m ."i,lturday. Megme-Price Funeral this ride. H~v mg mov~their tmckand~ailer LO Montmse. Jean McCormick +as setting up a fer,,,ed in area for the horses to graze. While this was going on. ]ea~'s granddaughter, A lyssa, was doctonng wotmds and setting upcam p, "! don't do 6omestic." said Alyssa. aM grartdma laughed_ "She can but she c~ooses not to. Oneof these days she" II take her tara," said Jean. Friday mommg as~2te wagons, b~g- gies arld trail rider.~ began their days fide. "'Wagons Ho"~ could be heard coming from wagon m~s~er David Sanner. Blue Rapid.,,, who was fit posi- tion at the front ot the group. Gordon Murray and Donna Ramey were in Lr, m lead wagon followed by three of t~e Carpenters' wagons and'&en Eli Avery with his Percherons and his wagon. Next in the line were buggies, some s~ngJe ~ drawn and olkerstwo horse drawn, and at the hack were the out nt~rs. This day found t~e age of those safety durmg wheat harvest: Rec,~gnize hazards. Make ~tae char anyone tr0erating Ihe combine h~, been Irained in a~e it and is aware ~,~ potel+tial hazards. Review the operalor'~ maml~] and warning deems ahead of harves.. Kemp cun'enl ~ith routine rna+ chinery maintemmce. Make .~ure all ~afely shields, and guards are in place before harvest begms. K~p up w~lh routine lubrieat~.n and check belts ;rod chains regularly. Be fore approaching machineD, lot mainlenanfe or inspection, make ,ore it is shut down with the engine off. the key is removed and all moving parts have stoppud eomplezetyr Keep b_~.standers away from har- vesting equipment and never allow extra f~ders. One s, meann toe ruler. * Share the mad. When it i~ nece_,,- sary to move heavy. _~I(w, mu~Lng equ~.pment on public t, ad~,. tr~ to pick a lime with light tratt~c t]o~ "l- n'i+nl- ITI~..~C t-oz)lL'iCt +,111+ traitl'lc b.llo+, al~ |l;tt~'lC lat~ anti nlJkc ",Life rill the .ip inopeiatc ,,atel) li+ht., v,++rk plolx+rl.~ dn~J. ~A~'r..'t ~ TC flct_'Dt+l*..ite t, LMblu h) drFtt.r Veh,cte ,SMV, enlhlk'm ,~n ~,h,cte', that tra,,el le,,-, Ihdi~ 2_~ IIIIle~ I~'r hi)at Be phy~,tc'ail) i~ifd mcmaH) pre- pared hot'tare