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The Belleville Telescope from Belleville, Kansas • Page 3

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Belleville, Kansas
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THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE, Thursday, September 25, 1980 3A Business Index in North Central Kansas The following report Indicates how much business was done by each county in North Central Kansas compared with one year ago with a cumulative total for the year. The amounts shown are dollars of sales tax collected, and from this one can check each county individually and see whether the month listed was better or worse last the increase or decrease (decrease indicated by so far this year. June June Accurhulaitive County 1979 1980 Decrease (CR) Fori 980 Marshall $106,247.21 $106,530.17 $202.96 $22,816.72 Cloud 112,471.15 131,202.78 18,731.63 92,623.02 Washington 52,993.27 58,243.19 5,249.92 4,624.87 Republic 61,989.06 59,433.17 3,778.72 Clay 82,363.81 85,558.86 3,196.05 7,246.41 Jewell 27,121.40 24,431.87 Smith 47,581.82 41,277.57 3,749.41 Mitchell 93,607.02 115,274.42 21,667.40 53,492.32 united in marriage to Elsa M. Stucker June 19,1933, in Antioch, and to this union was born one son. He was employed by the Prudential Insurance Company for 15 years. Later he and his wife entered into the restaurant business. The couple returned to Kansas in 1970 and took up residence in Clyde. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sister, and two brothers. He is survived by his wife, Elsa Mae of the home in Clyde, his son, Kenneth Wayne of Oklahoma City, five grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; two brothers, Floyd Smith, Clyde, and Ralph Funeral services were held at the Chaput Mortuary in Clyde September 20, with Rev. C. Milton Lenz officiating. Burial was in the Belleville Cemetery. Jason Dunn 27 Persons Fined for Variety Of Traffic-Related Offenses Twenty-seven persons were fined, a fair-sized list, in recent traffic-related Morrowville, was $20 for failing to obey a traffic control device. cases in Republic County District Court. Truck related fined inluded $20 to Norman D. Luers, Norfolk, no current logbook entry; $20 for no logbook to Roy L. Mann, Greenville, as well as $10 for no physical certificate; Charles L. Davis, Wichita, $25 for speeding and $15 for no logbook entry; Patrick J. Fdowski, Columbus, $20 current logbook entry; Walter E. Eberhardt, Burtler, $25 for no current logbook entry; and William C. Gropp, for. overweight on second axle. Stephanie Jensen, Belleville, was fined $20 for no helmet or eye protection while on a motorcycle, and $10 for an expired tag. Kathy J. Pachta, Belleville, was fined $20 for no eye protection on a cycle. Also fined for not having current tags were drivers of 4-wheeler vehicles, including Howard E. Reed, Belleville, $20; Michael W. McGinnis, Topeka, $20; and Greg P. Lubben, Belleville, $10 in addition to $25 for speeding. Kevin L. Wurm, Haddam, was fined $20 for driving on an expired license. Jonathan W. Strnad, Munden was fined $20 for failing to stop at a stop sign in addition to $15 for speeding, and Steven P. Nutsch, Haddam Senior Marian L. Turner, Belleville, was fined $24.50 for improper passing. Fined for transporting a liquor container for $60 and having an unsafe vehicle for $10 was Keith E. Novak, Narka. Those fined for speeding were Louie P. Jacob, Norfolk, $20; William J. Harmon, Mankato, $20; Miriam Y. Gottlieb, Papillion, $30; Herman M. Becker, Osceola, A. Bosinio, Lincoln, $20; Michael A. Richardson, Brandon, $30; Tracy C. "lx)sh, Idaho Springs, $30; Patrick J. Graff, Topeka, $25. Jason Matthew Dunn was born February 15, 1977, and died September 9, 1980 at his father's rural home in La Feria, Tex. He was Survivors are his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. David Dunn, rural La Feria; his mother, Judy Dunn of La Feria; one brother, Donald; two sisters, Jennifer and Amanda; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Dale H. Woodman of Belleville; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dunn, La Feria; great- grandmother, Mrs. Winnifred Woodman, Belleville. -Graveside-senvices were-held Sept. tember 12 at Restlawn Memorial Park, La Feria, Tex. Eleanor Cash Eleanor Veroda Cash, 74, died September 20 at Lucerne, Calif. Mrs. Margaret Cosand of Cuba, an aunt, is among survivors. Funeral services were held September 22 at Los Angeles, Calif. Pearl Street Pearl Street, daughter of James and Mary Foster, early Republic County settlers, was born in White Rock township on December 4,1891, and died in Belleville on September 16, 1980, in the age of 88 "years, She attended Lincoln Rural School and Lovewell High school, completing requirements toward a teaching certificate. She taught rural schools in Republic and Jewell counties for several years. She was united in marriage to James E. Street on November 21, 1917. To this union were born five children. She spent her entire life in Republic and Jewell Counties where she and her husband farmed. They retired from the farm and moved to Republic almost fifteen years ago. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and the Women's Federated Club in Republic. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; three brothers. Survivors are five children; Mrs. Aniold-CAthoLLEearson (Ret.) Maurice J. Street of Fairfax, Foster W. Street of McPherson, Mrs. Albert (Elizabeth) Nelson of Salina, Mrs. Ed (Bonnie) Bregenzer of More, twelve grandchildren; ten grandchildren. Services were held September 19 at the United Methodist Church in Republic, with Rev. Loren Silsby and Pastor James Bush officiating. Burial was in Prairie Rose Cemetery in Republic. Tony Brabec Tony (Anton) Brabec was born August 5, 1890, near Oketo, to Anton and Katerina Brabec and died September 17, 1980, in Fremont, Nebr. He was 90. At an early age he moved with tfie family to Virginia, where they lived on a farm until moving in 1907 to Narka. On June 30, 1924, he was united in marriage with Emma Holan. To this union three children were bom. The earliest part of their married life was spent on farms near Narka. In 4942 they moved to Mahaska, they until his wife's death. He then made his home with his children. He was preceded in death by his wife, Emma; a son, Virgil; four brothers and two sisters. He is survived by two children, Earl of Thursday, September 25, Ill, No. 2 The Belleville Telescope, USPS 049-160, subscription price $10.50 per year In Republic and adjoining counties, $14.00 elsewhere In the United States. 24 cents per single copy plus 1 cent sales tax. Sales tax charged on Kansas sub- scriptlons. Second Class postage paid at Bel leville, Kansas, under the act or March 3, 1879. Published weekly by Telescope, Inc. at US81 Frontage Road, Bellevllle, Kansas M935. Fremont, and Marjorie Gregory of California; one sister, Blanche Ward of Belleyue, one brother, Rudy, of Narka; nine grandchildren and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held September 20, 1980, from the United Presbyterian Church, Mahaska, with Rev. Tom Ballard officiating. Burial was in National Cemetery. LEGALS (First published in the Belleville Telescope September 25, 19S0) 3t IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF REPUBLIC COUNTY, KANSAS In the matter of the estate of GLADYS MARSHALL, NOTICE OF HEARINO THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in this-Court by Virolnia Nylund, the duly appointed, qualified and acting ministratrix of the Estate of Gladys Marshall, deceased, praying that her acts be approved; that her account be settled and allowed; that the Estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; that fees be allowed; that the costs be determined and ordered paid; that the administration of the estate be closed; that the Administratrix be discharged and that she and the surety on her bond be released from further liability. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 17th day of October, 1980 at ten o'clock am. of said day. In said Court, in the City of Belleville, in Republic County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon the petition. Virginia Nylund Administratrix SPURNEY 8. SPURNEY 1910 street -Berievllle, Kansas 64935 (913) 527-2666 Attorneys for Administratrix 10-9 Kent Thomas Kent Thomas, 51, a former Belleville resident, died September 22 in a Minnesota hospital. Services will be Saturday, September 27 at 10 a.m. at St. Edward's Catholic Church of Belleville, Rev. Richard Lutgen officiating. Burial will be in St. Josaphat's Cemetery. Rosary will be 8 p.m., Friday, September 26 at Tibbett's Brothers Chapel in Belleville. Tibbett's Brothers is in charge of arrangements. John Wilgers, senior in accounting in the School of Business at the University of Kansas, has received two scholarships for the 1980-81 academic year. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilgers, Haddam. The Coopers and Lybrand Scholarship, which is made possible by contributions from friends of the University and Coopers and Lybrand, Certified Public Accountants, is awarded annually to an outstanding accounting major. The Charles E. Strickland Memorial Scholarship was established through the Kansas University Endowment Association in honor of Mr. Strickland, a 1911 graduate of the University of Kansas who died in 1973. Mr. Strickland was a public utility executive in Iowa. He received a KU Distinguished Service Citation in 1962. Charlie Hudson Charlie Hudson of RFD Hubbell died September 24 at the Thayer County hospital in Hebron. He was 87. Services will be at the United Methodist Church of Chester on Friday, September 26, 10 a.m., with interment in Chester Cemetery. Bachelor-Faulkner- Dart Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Libby Kozeluh Libby Brabec Kozeluh, Rawlins, a former Republic County resident died August 15 in a rest home in Rawlins. Survivors include her husband, Jim of Rawlins; a brother, Rudy Brabec of Narka. Interment was made in a Billings, cemetery. Bachelor-Faulkner-Dart Home Furnishings Belleville, KanscS Wayne Smith Wayne Bernard Smith was born June 17, 1906, in Belleville, son of Rebecca and Vernon Smith, and died September 18, 1980, in Concordia at the age of 74 years. He attended Republic County schools and graduated from Belleville High School in 1925. He taught school in the Belleville area for five years. He was a member Christian Church, and played violin in the church orchestra. He moved to California in 1930. He was II 30 million strong "We named our business after our name says il all." Ewninii Iruirftrrable to your pwabook account. Fdknl Kiubtioni hlbH compoundlni Itml. SubiUflllil Interest lulitd for tirly of in- PEOPLES BELLEVILLE 2115 street 527-2727 Office Hourii 9 to 4 Monday thru Friday, 9 to 12 Saturday Women's tops 4.99 each Long sleeve knit tops. 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