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Thursday, August 27 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7B ( erie /// Zelma Jensen, and husband, Orval, of Cower, Mo., Arlena Michael, and her Otie Genevieve Cole, 91, died Sun- husband, David,of Independence, Mo., day at Republic County Hospital Long and son, Lennie Gutscher, of Tenino, Term Care. The daughter of Ralph B. Wash.; six grandchildren, Maria and and Mac (Cramer) Cole, she was born husband Gary, Son~a and husband Sept. 5, 1923, in Washington, Kan. Dennis, Allan and wife Sally, Micky Otie graduated from Washington and husband Jim, Vinson and wife High School, then Kansas State Uni- Tracy, Tamara and husband Bob; and versity in 1945 with a bachelor's de- granddaughter-in-law, Tracey; 15 gree in education. She taught home great-grandchildrenand 11 great-great- economics at Randolph High School, grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Edna Reed Custer Township High School, Epley, of Superior, Nebraska; nieces, Braidwood, Ill., Courtland High School and NotreDameCatholic High School, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Concordia. She retired after 17 years of teaching to be at home with her Herfuneralwasheldat2p.mMon- children and to help Norman on the day, Aug. 24, 2015, from the Megrue- Price Funeral Home in Superior, with farm. When the children were in school, Missie Wilt officiating. she returned to the work force. She Music was "What A Friend We Have In Jesus," and" In The Garden," worked 17 years at Scott Specialties in with Todd Jeffery and the soloist and Belleville, retiring in 1993. Otie was united in marriage to Norman F. GloriaGarman-Schlaefliastheaccom- Erickson on July 31, 1955. In 1963 panist. they adopted two children, brotherand Pallbearers were Marvin Boyles, Doug Boyles, Brian Boyles, Scott sister, Ronald Frank and Elizabeth Ann. Never one to be idle, Otie helped Boyles, Rick Warneking and John Tucker. with story hour at the Courtland library Interment was in the Guide Rock and served on the board. She was a member of the Kansas Teachers Asso- Cemetery at Guide Rock, Neb. elation, Retired Teachers of Republic Memorials are suggested to go to the Burr Oak Community Library; c/o County, Republic County Council on Rebecca McNichols, 2256 80th Road Aging, Republic County Extension Bun" Oak, Kan. 66936. Homemakers Unit, Swinging Swedes Condolences may be sent to Square Dancing Club, Courtland Cru- Megrue-Price Funeral Home, 750 N saders, Knit Wits Clabr'C-l leader, Commercial, Superior, Neb. 68978 or Craft Camp steering eomrfIl~ee and in care of www.pricefuneral taught summer crafts in Salina for many homes.com. years. Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Su- Shewasa50yearmemberofO.E.S.perior, Neb. was in charge of the dr- chapters 175 and 115 of Washington rangements, p and Belleville. She held dual member- ship until the Washington chapter Closed. She was an active member of Erlka Thornton the Courtland Methodist Church and Erika "Wally" W. Thornton, 88, of the UMW and served as president for Concordia, died Saturday at the several years. Otie was preceded in Mitchell County Health Systems resi- deathbyherparents;herhusbandof55 dent care center in Beloit. She was years, Norman, in2009;brotbers, Ralph born Feb. 7, 1927, in Possnekck, Cur- Jr. and James. Survivors include her many, to Fritz and Gertrude Patcer. son, Ronald Erickson, Courtland, and She married Melvin A. Thornton daughter, Elizabeth Ann Erickson, on May 19, 1961. He died on Aug. 25, Concordia; grandchildren, Josh 2013. She was also precededin death Erickson, Amanda Mayfield, Shawn by her parents and six brothers. Walbridge and Aimie Walbridge; Erika was cremated and there will nieces, nephews, other relatives and benofuneral.Privateinummentalong- friends, side Melvin will be in the Randall Memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Cemetery. Chaput-BuoyFuneral Home This herd of cattle are probably standing in a pond to get away from heal flies. Many of the Jewell County ponds were low when the cattle went to spring pasture, but locally heavy rains replenished most of the ponds and frequent summer showers has kept the warm season grass growing to provide adequate pasture for the area's cattle herds. Marvin knew adversity throughout his life battling rheumatic fever as a child, being shot in the leg as a teen- ager, which almost resulted in the loss of his leg, and then battling rheumatic fever a second time when his children were young. These bouts of rheumatic fever most likely contributed to his health problems in recent months. Marvin had a great sense of humor and delighted in playing pranks on people. He and his brothers enjoyed dressing up on Halloween, even as adults, and visiting unsuspecting neigh- bors and aunts and uncles. He was always up for fun, making late night visits to watermelon patches and plac- ing a goat in his uncle's barn (and for those of you who don't know, cows DON'T like to go into a barn where a goat is or has been!!!). He also loved playing softball, was an awesome pitcher and was a long-time member of the Dispatch-Oak Creek softball team, holding the distinction of being the oldest member on the team by playing well into his 50s. Softball in the sum- Koops; nephews Jay Frasier, Dale Frasier and Gerald Miller; nieces Debbie Miller, Koruna Keefer and Christine Mercer; and great niece Jana Slate. Funeral services were held on Mon- day, Aug. 17, 2015, at 10 a.m. at Dis- patch Christian Reformed Church with Pastor Steve Boersma and Lay Minis- ter Rod Rose officiating. Burial was in Dispatch Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Dispatch cemetery or the American Heart Association. Domoney Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements, p. day, Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. at the church. Pastor Dan's sermon series in Septem- ber will be based on that film. Part of the Randall City Council and the building committee met with the representative from Cleary Build- ings Monday and signed a contract for the new community building to be built later this fall. More funds con- tinue to be received for this project. Erika (Wally) Thornton died Satur- day. Her husband was the late Melvin Thornton. He died several years ago. Jacob Kent stayed a few days with his grandparents, Bob and Mary Ann Kibbe. Larry Countryman Judy Zimmer and Opal McEiroy Larry Dean Countryman, 76, of went to Hays Saturday to visit Russ Ozark, Mo., died at home with his and Sandy Heuningsen and sons. Tren- family at his side on Aug. 6. He was ton took them to see his dorm room. born in Esbon, on Feb. 12, 1939, to Aflighttrainingbuddyandhiswife Francis and Evelyn Countryman. The stayed two days with Roger and Jan family moved when Larry was nine McCollough. They were returning to months old to the family farm near their home in Maryville, Mo., from a Ozark. trip to Alaska. Larry graduated from Ozark High On their way to South Dakota, Mike School in 1957 and entered the navy. and Linda Plowman and her grand- tomorrow (Friday) at the United Meth- was in qharge of arrangements. " v in daughter, Emma, stayed two days with odist Church, Courtland, with Pastor mer was important to him, so impor- Following reurement from the na y L dined his bachelors of Leota Clawson Emma reported hav- KathyAeilloofficiating. Otierequested Isl'Vill Miller tant that Bruce was almost born at the 1978, arry g ' ' This mild plat was part of the Post Rock Extension crop tour. fr m mg had a wonderful tnne in the Jewell cremation services and a family Marvin Duane Miller was born June ball field, science degree in industrial arts o H be an hisPark Sunday inurnmentservicewilibeheldatalater 3, 1939, on the family farm in Smith MarvinandCarolyncelebratedtheir Southern Missouri State. e g ' 'h Chadwick Sunday Della Houghton hosted a ------ -- Local weather date. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, County, Kan.,and 50th wedding anniversary in 2010. He teachine career wit the orttlDrancn ~t....., o ..... i r....n retirement from dinner to honor her husband, Charles High and low temperatures Belleville, assisted the Erickson fam- died on Aug. 13, was a loving and caring husband and S,. ...... y ........ vu " f r h o rrv maintained a cattle o is birthday Guests were Roger By Erma Dillon Aug. 16 .................................... 88 65 ily with these arrangements. 2015, in Salina, they spent many hours together travel- teaching,, La j .... ..... . anu t onme taougnton, AJya raougnton, Kan. ling to and from her doctors appoint- operation on the fannly farm. Continued from page4 Aug. ]7 .................................... 95 66 Alberta Gutscher Marvin was ...... ments and chemo treatments after she Larry married Sandra Kay Rathbun Hank and Hannah Kummer, Esther Alberta Doris Gutscher, the dangh- the third of seven ............... was diagnosed with cancer in 2007. of Sparta, Mo, on Dec 19, 1962 To- and Emma Burma Shave signs, here is a quick u lOAu . 19 .................................... 77 52 MT--T ElainePetershelpedintheSt John's lesson in our history of the 1930s and Au~' 20 .................................... 78 52 ter of Earl and Anna (Hanson) Epley, children born to Carolyn lost her battle in 2013. gether they had two children, Tram . . . -~ school kltclaen two days last week as 40s Before there were interstates, when Au~" 21 .................................... 87 50 was born Jan. 17, 1914, on a fann near Ellis Wayne and ~ His children, grandchildren and Lel h and Bradly Alan. Nora, Neb. She died Aug. 17,2015, at M,a,~g at ~t. ..... i great-grandchildren were a very im- Survivors inch,de: his wife, Sandra; they, havetwo new cooks. Tickle everyonedrovetheoldtwo-laneroads, Au~'22 .................................... 86 62 ....... ...... ~ ~" ..... ' ..... ~'~ .... ' B'urrha Shave signs would ~ posted Betty Bucker weather observer for " theS'Ui3eiabrGoodSamar/tanSociety (Boxum) Miller. portantpar ofhish .Veryrarelydld *'- dau"hter , T nici cduntrvmah--0f Fenrrerar tl'N evad ervisttedSun'-. y . . . " ..................................... . ,,- ..... . day aft~rrr0on Wl~ l~ialne xVXallha.to, zcptn teU. iv oipreclpltauon centeratSuperior, Nebraska; at the age when he was six he miss a birthday party and he en- Springfield, a son, Bradly Country- . . all over the countryside in farm fields. ,,_..,. .... .... " ....... .... David McMdlan was a weekend of 101 years, and 7 months, years old they joyed attending the various activities man and grandsons, Ryan and Bailey They were small red signs with white for the week Alberta attended rural school Dis- moved from that they were involved in. Countryman, all of Belton; two sisters, guest of his parents, Alan and Barb letters Five signs, about 100 feet apart, Ken Garst, weather observer for trict 25 near Nora and graduated as valedictorian from Nora High School. She received her teaching certificate from Hastings Col- lege, teaching two years in a country school which in- cluded all eight grades. At Mankato, Kan., on May 3, 1934, Alberta was united in marriage to Claud Gutscher a Burr Oak native. Alberta and Claud lived on his father's farm west of Burr Oak, Kansas, during the Depression. It was there their daughter, Zeima, was born in 1935. In November of 1936, they moved to Albany, Ore., for a short time, before moving back to the farm to take care of Claud's parents. Arlena was born in 1938. They purchased their own farm in 1941, but because of his health they moved to Superior where Lennie was burr in 1949. Alberta worked in a grocery store and clerked livestock auctions. In 1951 they moved back to Burr Oak to again farm. In 1958 they moved into Burr Oak and bought the Mobil gasoline station. Alberta started work- ing at the school kitchen, retiring as head cook in 1983. Her hobby was collecting dishes. She enjoyed her Bible study group and was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, museum board member, and past treasurer of the local council on aging. Yearly she would drive to the Kansas City area to visit her daughters and go by airplane to Washington state to visit Lennie, In February of 2006, Alberta en- tered the Good Samaritan Society Sys- tem and resided there until her death. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Claud, on April 29, 1990; brother, Alvin; sister, Verna Scott; and grandson, Larry Jensen. She is survived by her daughters, II " Ii I Smith County to the farm in Jewell County. He began his education at Chandler School and later the family started attending Oak Creek school where he graduated from eighth grade. He then graduated from Downs High School with the Class of 1957 as valedictorian. After high school Marvin began working for his uncle Dean Miller in Glen Elder as a mechanic. He later worked at Barnett Manufacturing, but his heart was always set for farming and a beautiful young lady, Carolyn May, who became his wife on June 27, 1960. He and his brother, Eldon, formed a farming partnership and Carolyn worked hand in hand with him on the farm. Marvin and Carolyn were blessed with four children, Duane Alan, Donna Jean, Larry Dale, who died in infancy, and Bruce Warren. Those children were the pride of their lives. Marv especially enjoyed working with livestock and would get out of bed during the cold winter nights to make sure the baby calves were born safely and moved to a warm, dry place. He loved to coon hunt and treasured his coon hounds. He won numerous tro- phies attending organized coon hunts in his younger years in Kansas, Ne- braska and Arkansas. He and Carolyn spent countless hours in the barn milk- ing cows, raising hogs, and also sheep for a time. UPERIOR TOUR & TRAVEL 4228 Road F Hardy, Neb. 402-279-2515 800-279-1026 superiortandt @ gmail.com Superior Sales, Service, Satisfaction! Marvin will be greatly missed by his children, Duane and wife Kathy Miller, Donna and husband Danny Kennedy, and Bruce and wife Lisa Miller; grandchildren Morgan Miller, Alisha Smith, Erin Cary (Scott), Michael Miller, John Schreiner (Melanie), Jesse Schreiner (Lisa), Laura Schreiner, Chloe Miller and Ivy Miller; step-grandchildren Michelle Fox (Steve) and Jim Kennedy; great grandchildren Grace, Gabe, Aubrey, Tatum. Olivia, Jonah, Liam, Brook- lyn, Payton and Harper; step-great grandchildren Lillian and Calliope; brothers, Melvin, Eldon, and Darrell and wife Gall; sister Norma, brother- in-law, Raymond Frasier; Aunt June Boxum; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn; infant son. Larry Dale; parents, Wayne and Margaret; great granddaughter, Sheibie Paige Schreiner; sisters, Jean Frasier and Joline Miller; sister-in-law Donneta Miller; sister and brother-in-law Peggy and Lawrence Keefer; mother and fa- ther in-law Rhoda and Allen "Rol" Cooperative Producers, ttar. FULL-TIME OPENING Red Cloud AGRONOMY A'I'rENDANT-TRUCK DRIVER with benefits, including Co-op Retirement If you are committed to adding value to our customers and joining the team at CPI, Contact Melody at 402-463-5148 You may access an application online at cpicoop,com or contact the location manager for more details! EOE Nurses Craig Homecare is looking for LPNs to provide in home nursing care for a young adult in Guide Rock and a toddler in Hastings. FT-PT nights. Benefits offered. Flexible scheduling. For more info contactAmy at (877) 382-1884 or apply online at www.craighomecare.com Homecare 34-2 // Wanda McMullin of Ozark, and Mrs. McMillan. Greg Hart (Linda), of Rogers, Ark.; a brother, Jerry Countryman of Ozark. A graveside funeral was held Aug. 10, in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield, Mo., with full military honors. Randall By Fawna Barrett College is starting. Jocelyn Bolte has moved to Concordia to attend Cloud County Community College. Jesse Vetter is attending Kansas University, Lawrence. Shakiya Bauer will attend Kansas State University, Salina. Blair McMillan will be working on her master's degree at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Pastor Thadd Hinkle spoke at the Randall Community Church Sunday. Julie Bolte was pianist. The church board met later in the afternoon to handle several items of business in- cluding a donation to the community center. It was approved to show the film Do You Believe? at 7 p.m. Th .urs- Marsha Slate called on Fawna Barrett Sunday afternoon. Panorama By Fawna Barrett Can you smell it? Can you feel it? The softness of Fall! Temperatures in the 50s on the first day of school? Really! It happened this year. Young- sters not 9 ly donned their backpacks, but shriigged into a sweater or jacket before the backpack Granted, the day warmed(fiut not like the usual starting day of school with hot winds slapping all with extreme heat. Maybe there is global warming in some places, but Kansas has experi- enced one of the coolest, wettest Au- gusts ever. This is the year bus tours should have been planned to show off this gorgeous state. Oh, the hindsight! "What we do on some great occasion will probably depend on what we al- ready are; and what we are will be the result of previous years of self-disci- pline." H.P. Liddon Nuckolls County is taking sealed bids for a 2015 Chevrolet LT Crew Cab 4x4 White in color, equipped with the All-American package. Bids will be taken until opening____--- date of September 1,2015. Nuckolls County Holds the rights to deny any and all bids. Bradley L. 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