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THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 18, 2013 2D jr Donald KJLndall ", Donald "Quack" Ray Kindall, 58, of Salina, Ken., died Friday, July 12, 2013. He was born to Cloyce end Ethel Kindall on Nov. 18, 1954, in Salina. Don was proceeded in death by his father, Cloyce Kindall; grandparents, Fred and Grace Kindall, Carl and Esther Beineke; his father-in-law Virgil Ericson; and brothers-in-law, Keith Ericson end Rendal Ericson. He is survived by his wife of 33 ~n. adalrS, Nanc' lofSalina; Dustin Kindall end Darren Kindall of Kansas City, Me.; his mother, Ethel Tibbits, end her husband, Riley Tibbits, of Minneapolis, Ken.; a mother-in-law, Marilyn Ericson of Salina; a sister and brother-in-law, Joyce end Bob Schaffer of Lawrence, Ken.; a brother, Richard Kindall of Kensas City; a sister, Sharon Kindall, of Lawrence, Ken.;' and sis- ter-in-law, Marsha Ericson of Jewell, along with numerous nieces end neph- Street, Salina. Memorials will be for- warded on to the University of Kansas Hospital Medical ICU Unit 63 in rec- ognition of the compassionate medical Care Don received. --Paid Obituary-- Kathnrn lt g Kathryn Marie (Menhusen) Rugg, 91, Denver, Colo. died June 10 at a health care facility, in St. Joseph, Me. She was born Dec. 31, 1921, to John and Betty (Hitz) Menhusen, Jewell, end attended school in Jewell, graduating in 1939. She taught at Burr Oak, Prairie Flower end Star rural schools before marrying Wayne B. Rugg in 1944. He preceded her in death on Dec. 7, 1997. She was an inspector at Sherwood Medical for 17 years end Whitaker Cable for 15 years. Kathryn was a member of Ashland United Methodist Church and an avid stamp collector. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; daughter Karen Rugg; end brother Elden Menhusen. Survivors are: sister-in- law Pauline Menhusen, Denver, Colo.; nieces Mickey Freedman end Mary McBride; seven great-nieces end nephews; and many cousins. Private graveside services and in- terment were held in Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Joseph, Me. Roland Devers Roland Dale Devers was born to Dale end Ophelia "Dutch" Devers on July 18, 1931, at Columbus, Ind., end died on July 6, 2013, at his home inEsbonattheage of 81 years. Roland gradu- ated high school and served in the eWS. Don was raised and worked on the farm near Minneapolis, Kan. He also the wall. worked for Dub Johnson Construe- LarryTidwellofColumbus, lnd.;three tion, drove a livestock tractor-trailer stepsons, Gordon end wife Sally Biggs for his father, Cloyce Kindall, end for of Fayetteville, N.C., Frank end wife the past 33 years worked for the Pepsi Elaine Biggs of Palatine, Ill., Tom end Cola Bottling Company in Salina. wife Sherry Biggs of North Vernon, Visitation will be held today O'hurs- Ind.; 24 grandchildren; 32 great grand- day) at Ryan Mortuary, 137 N 8th children; 3 great-great grandchildren; Street, Salina from 5 to 8 p.m. Services endahostofotherrelatives and friends. will be at 11 a.m. Friday, July 19, at Roland was preceded in death by Trinity United Methodist Church, 901 his parents; two sisters, Shirley Park E Neal Street, Salina. In lieu of flow- end Evelyn Hendershot; end his wives ers, the family requests all memorials Ramona Juanita, Betty, end Frances be sent to Ryan Mortuary 137 N 8th "Fran" on April 7, 2013. Earl Buckley stands beside the south wall of the Farm Machinery Museum where his donated items are hung on the US Army as a calvary officer dur- A memorial service for Roland Dale Devers was held Wednesday, July 10, at 10 a.m., at the Melby Mortuary Chapel, Menkato, with Pastor Dennis Lambert officiating. The family re- quested the hymns of"Amazing Grace" end "In the Garden" be played during the service. A second memorial ser- vice was held on Saturday, July 13, at 11 a.m., at the Come As You Are Church, Columbus, Ind., with Pastor Marry Wright officiating. Inurnment will be done at a later'date in Prairie Home Cemetery, Esbon, beside his wife, Fren. The family suggests me- morials to the Esbon Fire Department. Online condolences may be made at www.melbymortuary.com. Melby Mortuary, Menkato, was in charge of arrangements. Paid obituary Lloyd Noble Lloyd Arthur Noble, 89, the son of Guy Wilson Noble end Magdelena "Mattie" Hunzeker Noble, was born May 2, 1924, near Beile~,iile, Ken. He died Saturday, July 13,2013, at Re- public County-Long Term Care, Belleville. Lloyd grew up in Belleville. He moved to Strathmore, Calif., where he attended high school for two years, later return- ing to Belleville High School. He also attended trade school in Chicago, Ill. Lloyd served with the U.S, Army during WWII, attaining the rank of corporal. He served overseas in the European Indiana National Theater of Operations, North Africa Guard. He met end ltaly for 18monthswiththeNinety- and married first Infantry Division as a riflemen. Ramona Juanita He was awarded the European Theater (Arnold) Devers , .......... of Operation Ribbon with three Battle Denny, Later he Stars, the Good Conduct Medal, the married Betty Presidential Unit Citation, end the Devers, end last was Frances "Fren" Purple I~e-~ti't f'rom'~,ounds received in Devers in 1979. Roland and Fran Italy. He served from 1942 until his moved to the Esbon community in honorable discharge in 1945. 1994. In his early years, Lloyd shined RolendworkedatCumminsMenu- shoes in his father's barbershop, facturing as an engine inspector.and worked at George Minkin's Bakery after retirement he returned to andtheHarberlceCreamendlcePlant. Cummins to work in security. He was Lloyd later worked for Frye Electric, an avid hunter end fishermen, wiring houses. Lloyd then worked for He is survived by: son, Kevin and the City of BeUeville Street Depart- wife Mary Devers of Columbus, Ind.; ment, retiring after 27 years. two daughters, Kimberly end husband Lloyd was a member of the Central Greg Meek of Taylorville, Ind., end Christian Church, lifetime member of LisaDeversofWisconsinRapids,Wis.; the Belleville V.F.W. and American five stepdaughters, Marie endhusband Legion posts, amember of the Kiwanis Wayne Ruler of Henderson, Nev., Club of Belleville, a lifetime member Marcia and husband Bob Feagin Of of the Sons of the American Revolu- Midlothien,Texas, MaryAnnendhus- tion, and was involved in Boy Scouts bend Andy Long of Smith Center, in his earlier years. Heenjoyed work- Marsha end husband Billy Jones of ing with wooden crafts, taking part in Haines City, Fla., Rita end husband the Farmer's Market and craft shows for many years, ing WWlI. He was stationed in Eu- On Sept. 18, 1993, at San Antonio, rope. Texas, he was united in marriage to July 24, 1942, he married Shirley Lois"Jean" Kalivoda. They made their Glens. They shared 64 years together. home in Belleville. He worked for the Jewell County Con- Lloyd was preceded in death by his servation District while farming near parents and two sisters, Mable Formoso. In 1948 he became Riley Wakefield end Esther Gray. County Conservationist in Manhattan Lloyd is survived by his wife, Jean and in1957 they moved to Hays where Noble, of Belleville; a brother, Harold he worked as the area conservationist. Noble, of Belleville; a sister, Violet In 1965 they moved to Des Moines, Await of Belleville; nephews and Iowa, where he became the lowa assis- nieces end their spouses: Robert and tant state soil conservationist before Vonda Wakefield, Joyce Caylor, Ri- retiring in January, 1977. After retire- chard end Nancy Wakefield, Raymond ment, they wintered in Mesa, Ariz., end CarolWakefield, Roger and Melva and traveled extensively. They moved Wakefield, Roy and Mary Wakefield, to Scottish Rite Park in November, Gary end Deb Gray, Bruce and Trish 1995. Gray, Sharon Huffmen, and LaDona Howard is survived by his sons, and Dan Racette; two step-sons and Stanley, Lawrence, Kan., Larry, Casa spouse, Mike end Tammy Wickstrum Grande, Ariz., and Robert, Gilbert, and Max Wickstrum, all of Cuba, Kan.; Ariz.; grandchildren, Traci Needham, a step-granddaughter, Megan Kimberly Hughes and Courtney Wickstrum; and step-great-grand- Mattingly; and great grandsons, Kirk daughter, Avery Jo Wickstrum; other and Kyle Lynch. relatives end friends. His funeral was held Sunday at Scot- His funeral was held at 2 p.m. Tues- tish Rite Park Penthouse. Graveside day, July 16,2013,attheCentral Chris- services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday tien Church, with Pastor Mark Imel, in Balch Cemetery, Formoso, with officiating. Interment with military Pastor Gerry Sharp officiating. gravesideriteswasheldattheBelleville Eldon Shuck Cemetery. Visitation was Monday at the Bachelor-Surber Funeral Home, Eldon (PeeWee) D. Shuck, 73, Lin- Belleville. Memorials are suggested to coin, Neb., died July 8. He was born in Central Christian Church or the Red Cloud Jan. 3,1940, to Donald and Alzheimer's Foundation. Online con- Anne (Redeker) Shuck. He was an dolences end information available at avid antique car enthusiast. His Model www.bachelor-surber.com. Bachelor- A was his pride and joy. Surber Funeral Home, BeUevi.lle, was Survivors include his daughters, in charge ofthe arrangeirlents. ' Beverly Ebeling, Barbi Hutchison, ....... ~,o,,..,_ , .... Tarmija Johnson, Petra Douglas and Howard Hughes Sonja Douglas; and a son, Jody Shuck, all of Lincoln, Neb.; 17 grandchildren; Howard McCune Hughes died at three great-grandchildren; sisters, Scottish Rite Park July 10 RosellaCampbelland JaneLewis, both HowardwasbornJuly 12, 1917,the of Burr Oak; Linda Hendrex, Pampa, son of Edgar Hughes and Mary Texas; and brothers Geno and Ricky. McCuneinFormoso. He attended Kan- He was preceded in death by his wife, sas State University earning a degree Renate; parents; and a brother, Rich- in agriculture. Howard then served in ard. Don't miss the % 36th Annual Jewell County Threshing Bee Fun, Food, Music, Tractor Raffle, Steam Threshing, Steam Saw Mill, Beer Garden and Free Dance, not to mention many other attractions also. SEE YOU THERE! ............ H Avl,tt The Jewell County Threshing Bee and Antique Farm Machinery Show is always an adventure - Come see what's new this year/ ome Bruce, Stan & Ann 409 Broadway, Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3221 ;hing Saturday & Sunday, July 20 & 21 SCHOOL Fooo, Fun, Music, Car Show, Monday, July 22 - Friday July 26 Chainsaw Carving and Much More! 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. P/ooso bfng a p/a/n ]'-,h/rt by T"vosdo Ju/y 23 I n g , Your Pioneer Seed Repre,~'entative for all o/" Yewell County Calvary Bible Church -Jewel,, Kan Darrell B0hnert 785-428:3238 i.,:z ..... ........... The family of Murray Matter has donated several items are now on display. i i iiiiii i i( i to the Jewell County Historical Society Museum and they NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of Post Rock Extension District #1, Mitchell will meet on August 5, 2013 at Noon at Post Rock District-Beloit Office for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of tax to be levied. Detailed budget information is availabe at Post Rock District-Lincoln Office and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2014 Expenditures and Amount of 2013 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2014 budget. Est. Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. 2012 2013 Proposed Budget 2014 Prior YearActualCurrent Year Actual Amount of Est. Actual Estimate of 2013 Ad Funds Expenditures Tax General 759r101r .~w couv y 849,515 2.223 845.000 551.623 2.496 Debt Service Total 7591101 0 8491~15 2,223 845t000 551~623 Less Transfers 0 0 0 Net Expenditures 759~101 849t515 845t000 Total Tax Levied 252~511 461~491 xxxxxxxx Assessed Valuation 169t490~521 207~597t141 220t986~757 Outstanding Indebtedness Jan 1 G.O. Bonds Revenue Bonds Other Lease Pur. Princ. Total 2012 2013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 0 0 0 0 0 2.496 *Tax rates are expressed in mills. Dan Rose brook Board Chair Two Days--Great Estate Antique Auctions SATURDAY, JULY 20 " SUNDAY, JULY 21 Auction will be held at 420 Hebron St., Chester, Nebraska AUCTION 1: Saturday, July 20, 10 A.M.--Vlew 9 A.M. JD pedal tractor; Derby pedal car; Evans 220 compact pedal car; Old metal tricycle, wood tricycle, scooters, sleds; Wagons--National Flyer, JD, Chummy Roadster, Radio Flyer; Metal riding horse; Cast iron--Vindex toys, Zeppelin, (2) bottom toy plow; early tin tractor, Tonka transport and Tonka No. 50 steam shovel; (2) Sickle mowers and rake; Marx tin race car; Tin deluxe delivery truck; Sears & Roebuck transport-hauler; JD, Allis Chalmers, International, Farmall toy tractors; (20) New JD toy tractors; Wyand0tt & Tootsie toy, Tin toys Fisher Price, Tonka, Walt Disney, Auburn, Nylint toys; Robots, Ray Gun, Pez, pull windup and friction toys clickers, cap guns; Guided missile carrier; Rubber Mickey-Donald fire truck; (80+) Santa Claus' (1940s, - 80s); Holiday, Christmas decor; Old musical "Flying Santa" toy; Old--- feather trees, kids books, kids irons, mohair teddy bear, animal toys, doll buggy, Cast iron sewing machine, Tin German sewing machine; Schoenhut piano; Celluloid, vinyl, composition dolls; Newer Barbies; (3) Mannequin kids; Marbles, pin backs, pens, pencils, fountain pens; Fancy photo albums; (3) musical, (15) postcard and Valentine photo albums; Postcards--black and white, street scenes, few Indian, humor, holiday, Santas, early Americana, presidential, patriotic, military, boats; Avd. paper; Valentines; Trade cards; Early 1900s books--kids, school, old military, posters, prints, more; Tokens: Miscellaneous RR adv.; straight razors; Coca-Cola clock; Quilts, quilt tops, comforters, linens, youth clothes; full-length fur coat; Records; BB Records--Frank Robinson, D. Drysdale, AI Kaline, K. Boyer, ~lim Gentib, Pete Ward; 1937 District champion pennant; Storz cooler; Krug beer crate Omaha, Neb.; (4) Mallard decoys; (2) Shotguns--Remington Wingmaster, model 870 pump and 410 ga. I. Johnson single shot; (2) Rifles--22 cal. Winchester, model 1906 and 22 cal. Savage-Stevens model 987; (2) "Red Tap" Steel fence post sign, Hubbell, Neb.; Goodyear Tires and auto supply sign, Hubbell, Neb.; Pennzoll & Gates sign; 1930s-40s license plates; Yard art, Metal patio chairs; Electric hand tools; Hand tools, Alum. & W_erner ladder; Sanborn compressor; Craftsman 10 inch table saw; Primitive boxes. Auction No 2: Sunday, July 21, 11 A.M.--View 10 A.M. Rosewood coffin grand piano; Fancy oak furniture: platform rocker and writing desk with side book- shelves; Oakfurnithre: colonrlades, hat rack, commode with towel bar, high chairs, rocking chairs, youth rocking chairs, (2) phones, (2) small table top cases; Mission oak library table, blanket chest; Mission oak and oak small corner cabinets-shelves; Pine furniture--"C" roll kitchen cupboard, stepzback cupboard, 6 foot blanket chest, 7 foot old southern pine,table, childs and adult pine coffins, early pine furniture; 1800s Amish cheese board; Trunks: rope-handles, cedar, other; (2) Old Chinese water buckets; Hoosier-type cabinet; Pie cupboard and child's cupboard; oak crib; Painted Eastlake furniture; Metal and glass medical cabinet; Blanchard wood churn No. 7; M. Brown Co, 2-4 gal wood churn; Dazey churn stand; Cincinnati So. Western wringer-washer; Distressed and parts furniture.; Wicker sofa, chair, folding baby table, floor lamp; Newer oak China cabinets; Cast iron: Dachshund foot scrapers, bull dog, ship door stops, 00;6 gal. Blue band ice water; Turquoise jewelry: cuff bracelets, bracelets, rings; Sterling jewelry; Men's Bulova Accutron watch. Terms: Photo ID required to register. Payment each day, with cash or check. ;eller: Dixie Raatz Auction Conducted By Ford & Ford Auctioneers, Inc. Auctioneers -- Norman L. Ford & Gregory A. Ford 402-475-7312 Lincoln, Neb. Visit Webpages: www.fordfordauctioneers.com It