Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on June 18, 1995 · 1
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1 ALMANAC 7C HfCOLN JOURNAL-STAR SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 1995 WEATHER . u i j.' 20 chance of . Chance of . Chance of ' , Partly cloudy thunderstorm! : rain . . : " thunderstorms ' 88 65 I 86 62 1 '87 63 I 88 69 Lincoln-Southeast Nebraska: v Today: Partly cloudy and breezy. High zampn. . - . , Tonight: Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of late night thunderstorms. Low in the mid 60s. Mondttv: Partly cloudv. Still a 20 oercent the mid 80s. WYO. lScotlsbluff79n I en JjKTL ' I Omaha 92 j r-i . V 1 North Platte 81 I ; , ' COLO. 2i Nebraska: today: Partly cloudy. A slight chance of thunderstorms In the west and central. Highs upper 70s far west to 85 to 90 east. 5 Tonight: Partly cloudy west. A slight chance of thunderstorms east. Lows from the lower 50s west to the mid 60s east. Monday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of thunderstorms east. Highs in the 80s. Extended forecast: Tuesday through Thursday: seasonable with Isolated thunderstorms. Lows in the 60s. Highs in the 80s. LINCOLN ALMANAC Saturday Precipitation: 0.00 , High: 91 Low: 67 Normal: High 85 Low 61 Record: 101. 1918; 44, 1974 NEBRASKA ALMANAC Saturday.....,..., .. H L P Stturday......... -Ainsworth ..92 67 Fails City ....90 65 , -' Norto ..87 63 Grand Island...... .:9I 68 North Platte.r .. Hating.........'.....i....'.8? 66 . Omaha.,..... .. 64 Imperial ......i.. 65 O'Ne....; ..90 62 Kearrwy........ ..88 68 Soortsblu..., AIMnce.... Beatrice Broken Bow..... Cnsdron Cokjmous ....... ..92 65 McCook ...,..,.89 64 Sidney.... "Fatrbory ., Mullen... national Forecast for Sunday, June 1 8 50s. COLO WARM STATIONARY H L IS3 ESI EO E3 HIGH LOW tHOWCRS HAIH T-STOOUS RUHflrfS WiAwomfftni 'Forecasts for select Sunday ............... H .Albuquerque 90 .Anchorage........... 66 .Atlanta 83 Baltimore 89 BHIiogs..., . 72 Birmingham.....,..., 85 -Boston .,....... 93 Brownsville .. 92 Buffalo..., 87 Charleston. SC. 83 - Charlotte, N.C.. . 83 Cheyenne 75 Chicago .. 91 Cincinnati ............. 87 Cleveland 90 DaKas-Ft Worth..- 90 Denver 86 "Des Moines .......... 88 IIS RitiM- - - : L Outrk Sunday... 58 clear Detroit........... ..90 65 dear Philadelphia .....88 65 clear 45 cldy Fargo 90 67 clear Phoenix 104 74 dear 64 cldy Hartford-Spglld.... 95 54 dear Pittsburgh .;. 90 63 Clear 64 cldy Honolulu. 88 75 clear Portland, Maine 91 63 dear 48 ddy Houston .- 91 71 cldy Portland.Ore...i.- 63 50 rain 62 cldy Indianapolis 89 64 - . clear Rapid City 84 53 ddy 67 dear Kansas City 90 68 .cldy Sacramento..,;.-,... 80 52 dear 71 ddy Las Vegas 95 68 dear St Louis 80 7t- clear 64 dear Little Rock .91 64 cldy Salt Lake City 77 49 cldy 66 ddy Los Angeles 80 57 dear San Antonio....-..,. 92 70 ddy 84 cldy Memphis 90 68 ' ddy San Diego 71 60 clear 47 ddy Miami Beach..... 87 75 ddy San Francisco. 70 52 ddy 66 clear Milwaukee 92 70 cldy Seattle.. 63 50 ddy 81 dear Mpts-StPaul......... 89 69 dear Sioux Falls.....;, 69 69 ddy 63 dear New Orleans ....... 89 69 cldy Tampa-StPtrsbg . 89 71 cldy 69 dear New York City..... 92 71 ddy Tucson 103 63 ddy 55 ddy Oklahoma City 86 66 dear Washmgton.D.C. .. 88 68 ddy 68 cldy Orlando .... 87 69 ' cldy Wichita ...... 88 65 cldy Grease fire at Hallam restaurant causes damage but no injuries . HALLAM No one was hurt, but damage from a Saturday afternoon grease fire may close the Hitchin' Post II restaurant for about a week. V - "'"We're just happy nobody was hurt," Gary Vocasek, who has owned Cke restaurant along with his wife for about eight years, said. A few hours later and the restaurant could have been full of people, Vocasek said. The fire started in a hood above the stove in the kitchen, he said. The flames damaged the kitchen and an exterior wall and triggered an auto Fort Calhoun man dies when chicle rolls FORT CALHOUN (AP) - A Fort Calhoun man was killed Friday when the vehicle he was driving went out of control on a county road and rolled, . authorities said Saturday. " David E. Lange, 45, was killed in the accident that occurred at about 11 :45 p.m. two miles north of Fort Cal Contractor cuts line, pulls --KEARNEY (AP) - Ovens, air conditioners, cash registers and SU$et lights died for about an hour Friday when a contractor putting in sewage lines struck a major electrical line east of the city. ; ""Power was brought back in stages, -but much of the city was without elec- -tricity between 5:20 p.m. Friday and H, i f u in the upper 80s. South wind 15 to chance of thunderstorms. High in ' ' A m . . t IOWA Norfolk! 92 t Grand Island! 93 1 .... Lincoln! 91 M r - MO. Precipitation: . , month to date: 1.15 (normal 2.1 5) year to date: 15.76 (normal 12.16) Sunset today: 9:01 p.m. Sunrise Monday: 5:55 a.m. H L Sttunlay. ,. H L 1 .....93 69 86 65 83 69 81 66 85 63 .....85 62 93 70 ,. Valentine.. ei995Aeeu-Weather, he. E3 E3 SNOW tee " SUNNY PT CLOUD CLOUDY " ' ": .' '" H L Out Sunday H t Out matic extinguishing system that put out the fire. ;'r- , The smoke and fire extinguisher powder caused some damage to the , restaurant The owner guessed it , would be closed for about a week. "We don't know Jbecause we've ; never had anything like this before," hesaid. - But it's not the first time the restaurant has been touched by fire. The original Hitchin' Post burned to the ground more than a decade ago, before the Vocaseks bought it he said. houn and one-lialf mile west of U.S. Highway 75, a Washington County Sheriffs dispatcher said. Lange's death brought the number of people killed on Nebraska highways to 84 so far this year, compared with 123 by June 17 last year. plug on Kearney power at least 6:11 p.m, Nebraska Public Power District officials said. ' One bar owner ran out and purchased a battery-powered compact disc player to keep the music going. ,"We actually got pretty busy," John Lowe of Paddy CMally's said. "I bought the CD player, a bunch of flashlights and everybody bad fun." Low-income People's City Mission A nirht out for low-income families. called the "Love Thy Neighbor Banquet," is planned from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the state rair Ag HalL The evening, hosted by the People's City Mission, will include a free steak dinner for adults and a hot dog dinner for children. , , Other activities include: A Honlth Fair provided bv the St. Elizabeth Community Health Center. The fair will otter Diooa presume checks, cholesterol screening, pre Father of Norfolk girl who accused in sexual assault MADISON (AP) - Roger Cutshall, whose daughter, Jill, disappeared eight years ago, has pleaded innocent to sexual assault involving a teenager. Cutshall, 41, is accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl in May 1992, Madison County Attorney Joseph Smith said. A jury trial was scheduled for Sept 7. Cutshall pleaded innocent Friday Omaha police OMAHA (AP) A man believed to have had ties with street gangs was shot to death on a front porch Saturday. ' Witnesses said the victim, Adam Andrew Davidson, 20, was with several friends early Saturday when at least two people approached on foot, DEATHS Blppes, Anna L Burkey, Lorence Bums, Patricia J. "Patty" Bush, Helen J. Chilen, Sallie L. Clin, Monika R. Durant, Helen K. Fleischman, Edna Louise Holcomb, Thelma A. Johnson, Robert L KrouM, John A. LeClere, James Malinovskit, Eizens "Ike" Miller, Helen Jo Murphy, Helen J. Pippitt, Benjamin D. Prokop, Velda A. Rath, Rosina Reinmiller, Mike I. Schwab, Kendall Silva, George Spring, Elmer E. Sullivan, Eleanor M. Sullivan, Harriett J. Hill Thayer, Marvin L. " Wallratf, Lloyd E. -Wilson, John W. This newspaper runs, free of charge, a one-time notice of any death in Lincoln, in the Nebraska area served by the newspaper, or of any former longtime resident. Publication after that first day requires payment of a fee and will be labeled as paid. LINCOLN Bums Patricia J. "Patty," 62, Flat Rock, N.C.. formerly Lincoln, died Friday (61695). Survivors: husband, Richard; daughters, Deborah Burns-Daniels, Olathe, Kan., Denise Burns-Brogan, Diane Burns, both Dayton, Ohio; son, Thomas, Hockessin, Del.; sister, Joan Peters, Roswell, Ga ; brother, Michael McCleery, Lincoln; five grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Sheperd's Church St. Chapel. Thos. Sheperd & Son Funeral Home, Henderson, N.C. Bush Helen J., 59, Lincoln, formerly Falls City, died Friday (61695). Nurses aide. Survivors: daughters, Joyce Thompson, Judy Baker, both Falls City; son, Wesley Karst, Wichita, Kan.; six grandchildren; brother, William Bush, Arlington, Texas. Services: 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Clark Funeral Home, Falls City. Steele Cemetery. Chilen Sallie L, 65, 2548 Kessler Blvd., died Tuesday (61395). Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Wadlow-Roza-nek Colonial Chapel, 5200 R St. Visitation: noon today until services, funeral home. Memorial established. Paid Cline Monika R., 50, 7300 Ivy Lane, died Saturday (61795). Former supervisor, UNI-Service. Survivors: husband. Max; son, Marv, Lincoln; daughters, son-in-law, Mich-aele Collins, Lincoln, Melinda and Greg Webel, Silverdale, Wash.; brothers. Gunther, Hans, Kari-Heinz Neckermann, all Germany; sisters, brothers-in-law, Irene Herwig, Germany, Rose and Ray Farr, Lebanon, N.H., Gertrud and John Caltender, Tacoma, Wash.; mother-in-law, Arlene Cline, Lincoln; grandchildren, Jami Cline, Justin, Mirana, Casey Collins, Lindsey, Christian Webel. Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Visitation: after 4 p.m. Monday until services. Lincoln Memorial Park. Memorials to Tabitha Home Health Care or American Cancer Society. Paid Durant Helen K. (widow of Glenn), 90, 6325 O St., died Tuesday (61395). Graveside services: 3:30 p.m. Monday, Lincoln Memorial Park. Family, friends may meet 315 p.m. Monday, Gate 2. No visitation. Memorials to East Lincoln Christian Church, 7001 Edenton Road, Lincoln, NE 68516. Paid Holcomb Thelma A. (widow of A T. "Steve"), 97, 3310 Woodshire Parkway, died Thursday (61595). Bom, Mcmirmville, Term. Graduate, Abilene Christian College, " Abilene,' Texas. Retired homemaker, high school teacher. Member, St. Paul United Methodist Church, Abilene, Texas, former president, Women's Society of Christian Service. OES Temple Chapter 271, Democratic Party. Survivors: daughters, son-in-law, Betty Jeanne "Beejay" Keller, Lincoln, Dorothy and Robert Lowe, MBpitas, Calif., Mar-thefla Gitltn, Lakewood, Colo.; grandchildren, Terry, Miriam Githn, Laurie Wilson, all Castro Valley, Calrf., Rik GitKn. Paris, France, Linda Gitlin. North Hollywood, CaW.; stepgrand-daughter, Karen Schwartzhoff, Dorchester, Iowa; six great-yandchiidren; nieces; nephews. Memorial services: 11 a.m. Jury 8. Rope & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St Cremation, no visitation. Memorials to SL Paul United Meth families to dine for free to sponsor 'Love Thy natal information, hand-washing technique, a heightweight analysis, a fishing pond, clowns with balloons and free immunizations for children. A video for children about safety called "Inside Out." ; ' . A puppet show. Fingerprinting for children. A "teddy bear" Clinic. - , Women, Infants and Children and Family Services information. Entertainment, featuring the Capital City Cloggers. . More than 600 people are expected to sexual assault of a child and was released on a $25,000 personal recognizance bond. Under the bond agreement Judge Richard Garden ordered Cutshall to have no contact with any child under age 16. Jill Cutshall was 9 years old when she was abducted in 1987. She was last seen on the steps of her baby sitter's home in Norfolk. Her clothes were found three months later near Stanton, but Jill was never located. In 1991. a former Norfolk man was investigate two homicides yelled gang terms, began shooting and fled. Davidson died at a hospital about an hour after being shot once in the upper body, police said. Davidson's death marked the second Omaha homicide investigation in two days, and the 14th homicide so far odist Church Building Fund or donor's favorite charity. Paid Johnson Robert L. 78, Lincoln, died Friday (61695). Survivors: wife, Maxine; sons, daughters-in-law, Robert "Scott" and Renee, Lincoln, Jeffry and Dori Them, Ashland, Ore.; daughter, Kirstin Broady, Fox-field, Colo.; nine grandchildren; one greatgrandchild. ' Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday, First Evangelical Covenant Church, 6024 L St. No visitation. Memorials to the church or hospice of Nebraska. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Paid Krouse John A., 70, Lincoln, formerly Johnson, died Friday (61695). Survivors: wife, Norma; son, daughters-in-law, John "Jack" and Kathryn, Waverly; daughter, son-in-law, Diane and Charley Peck, Lincoln; brother, sister-in-law, Warren and Beth, Tecumseh; sister, brother-in-law, Lila Mary and Marvin Ward, Lincoln; seven grandchildren; nieces; nephews. Preceded in death by: parents, Allan and Anna (Story); daughter, Sherrie Kay. Services: 1 p.m. Monday, Wherry Bros. Mortuary, Tecumseh. Pallbearers: Bill Story Sr., Bill Story Jr., Don Towle, Jack Williams, Don Dorenbach, Wayne Lillich. Honorary pallbearers: Jason, Sarah Peck, Tiffany, John, Jeremy Krouse. Visitation: 9 a.m,-8 p.m. today, mortuary. Memorials to Hospice Care of Nebraska, care of family; Paid LeClere James (widower of Marguerite), 85, Lincoln, formerly Coffeyville, Kan., died Tuesday (61395). Services: 11 a.m. Monday, First Presbyterian Church, Coffeyville. Memorials to LeClere Park, care Ford-Wulf-Bruns Funeral Home. P.O. Box 468, Coffeyville, KS 67337. Paid Malinovskis Eizens "Ike," 77, 4220 X St., died Thursday (61595). . Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Paid Miller Helen Jo, 86. 6325 O St., died Thursday (61595). . Graveside services: 9 a.m. Monday, Fair-view Cemetery. No visitation. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Paid Murphy Helen J. (widow of Frank E.), 80, Lincoln, died Saturday (61795). Member, OES Chapter 148, Christ United Methodist Church, Lincoln. Survivors: sons, Richard, McCook, David, Dallas, Texas; daughter, Shirley Mellinger, Valley Center, Kan.; 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchilren. Services: 1 p.m. Tuesday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Memorials to the church. Paid , Pippitt Benjamin D., 24, 600 N. 15th St., died Wednesday (61495). Graveside services: Monday, Scandinavian Cemetery, Rockford, III. Wadlow-Rozanek Colonial Chapel, 5200 R St. Paid Prokop Velda A. (widow of Joseph), 80, 3126 Vine St., died Thursday (61595). Funeral Mass: 9:30 a.m. Monday, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 31st and S streets. Pallbearers: Jay, Pat, Tom, Dan, Halpin, Joe, Jeff Prokop. Honorary: Lucille Krebsbach, Margaret Sweatland, Arlene Vercellino, Lena Ospdiek, Kathleen Lass, Mary Anne Jaros. Graveside services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, St. Mary s Cemetery, Leigh. Parish, Catholic Daughters rosary: 6 p.m. today, Butherus-Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. Paid Reinmiller Mike I., 82, 435 Lyncrest Drive, died Saturday (61795). Born, Staple-hurst. Retired boiler operator, Hughes Brothers Mfg. Co., Seward. Survivors: wife, Harriet; son, daughter-in-law, Richard and Kay, Lincoln; grandchildren, Michelle Reinmiller, Seattle, Wash., Michael Reinmiller, Lincoln; half brothers, spouses, Otis and Sylvia, Staplehurst, Ron and Vivian, Euless, Texas; half sister, spouse, Joyce and Ray Arthaud, White Bear Lake, Minn.; sister-in-law, Leona Reinmiller, Lincoln. Preceded in death by parents and brothers, Bernard and Ctetus. Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Roper & Sons Mortuary Chapel, 4300 O St. The Rev. Tom E. Osborne. Wyuka Cemetery. Visitation: beginning noon today until services, funeral home. Memorials to the Salvation Army or Nebraska Chapter of the American Parkinson's Disease Association, Box 241237, Omaha, NE 6S1 24-5237. Paid Schwab Kendall, 72, Lincoln, died Saturday (61795). Services: Pending, Roper & Sons, 4300 O SL Paid Silva George, 79, 1741 K St., died Thursday (61595). Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Wadtow-Roza- . nek Colonial Chapel, 5200 R St. Wyuka. Visitation: 9 a.m. Thursday until services, fu- . neral home. Memorials to .Tabitha Hospice. Paid Spring Elmer E., 86, Bennet, died Neighbor Banquet' at the banquet To attend, call the Mission at 475-1303 with the number of children and adults attending. ; - ' S--. ' 1 Several businesses have contributed to the banquet, including Schnieber Fine Foods, Golden Link Farms, Weavers Potato Chips, Pepsi Cola Bottling Co, Roberts Dairy, Peg-ler-Sysco, Amigo's, McDonald's, Wal-green's, AAA Rentals, Standard Meat Co., Prairie Maid Meat Products, Continental Baking Co., Union Bank & Trust Co. and Sam's Club. -: ! disappeared of teen-ager convicted of kidnapping with intent to sexually assault a child and sentenced to life in prison. David Phelps was put on trial after Jill Cutshall's mother, Joyce Cutshall Mosley, gathered enough petition signatures in 1989 to force a grand jury investigation. Phelps lived in the apartment building where Cutshall and his wife, Sheila, lived with Jill Cutshall at the time of Jill's disappearance. this year in Nebraska's largest city. An unidentified woman was found dead amid blood and footprints Friday in the basement storage room of a downtown apartment complex. Police said she had been dead for a day or more and there were signs of foul play. - Saturday (61795). Retired, Farmer's Co-op, Bennet. Veteran, World War II. Survivors: nieces; nephews. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. The Rev. Homer Clements. Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery. Paid Sullivan Harriett J. Hill (widow of Arthur), 77, Lincoln, died Thursday (61595). Funeral Mass: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 17th and Lake streets. Lincoln Memorial Park. Rosary: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Butherus-Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. Memorials to Mass offerings, Hospice Care of Nebraska or Interim Health Care. Paid Wilson John W.,' 91, Lincoln, died Thursday (61595). Retired machinist. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Survivors: wife, lone; son, Steven, San Francisco; daughter, son-in-law, Linda and Stanley Schafer, Lincoln; brother, Hubert, Council Bluffs, Iowa; sisters, Irene Young, Wichita, Kan., Eva Bader, Hartington, Edith . Clark, a Silver Springs, Nev., Munice Clark, Mildred Neal, . both Fremont; two grandsons; nieces; neph- : ews. .:,,.. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, Butherus-Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. Visitation: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. today, funeral home. Memorials to Fontenelle Forest As-. sociation, 1111 Bellevue Blvd., Bellevue, NE 68005; or University of Nebraska Foundation. Paid OUT OF TOWN Bippes Anna L, 95, Falls City, died Saturday (61795). Survivors: son, Kenneth, Falls City; daughters, Marjean Werner, Virginia Elwonger, both Falls City; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Sevices: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Immanuel United Church, Falls City. Steele Cemetery, Falls City. Dorr Funeral Home, Falls City. Burkey Lorence, 74, Seward, died Thursday (61595). Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Hillcrest Evan- MM! 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Professional Sports Coverage 2050 NFL Report 2055 NHL Report 2060 Maiot League Baseball Report 2065 NBA Report 2070 College Report , Schedule Standings 8805 Maor League Baseball 8810 MBA 8815 NFL 1 : 8820 NHL INFO-CENTER 2005 Work) & Natnona) News 2000 Local Weather 4190 Police Q 4 A 4720 Public School Meal Menus 5300 Grand Generation info i fvVfits torOofAdufrs Man, woman uninjured after train hits car A 76-year-old Lincoln man was in fair condition at Lincoln General Hospital Saturday night after a train hit the car he was driving. Kenneth C. Peitsch, 934 Carriage Way, was westbound on Adams Street and had pulled about two feet onto the train track between 35th and 36th streets when he saw the flashing lights indicating a train was coming. According to a Lincoln Police Department report, Peitsch said he was going to back up, but that he could not because there was another car behind him. Before he had any more time to react his vehicle was struck by the train and pushed of f the tracks. Peitsch's wife, Nettie, also was in the car but was not injured, according to a spokeswoman for Lincoln General Hospital. Potential for wet weather moves into state this week ASSOCIATED PRESS A low pressure system will bring cooler weather and the potential for showers and thunderstorms across the high Plains, with wet weather moving east during the week, the National Weather Service reported. In Nebraska, it will be partly cloudy today with a slight chance of thunderstorms in the western and central parts of the state. Highs will be in the upper 70s in the far west to 85 to 90 in the east gelical Free Church, Seward. Volzke Mortuary, Seward. Paid Fleischman Edna Louise (Winkler), 97, Syracuse, died Thursday (61 595). Services: 2 p.m. Monday, St. Paul United Methodist Church, Elmwood. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. today, Fusselman-Wymore-Hammons Funeral Home, Elmwood. Paid Rath Rosina, 97, died Friday (61695). Survivors: sons, Hans, Otto, both Omaha. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Jansen. Casey-Wit-zenburg Funeral Home, Auburn. Sullivan Eleanor M 83, Tecumseh, died Thursday (61595). Funeral Mass: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, St. Mary's Catholic Church, Denton. Rosary: 7 p.m. Monday, Butherus-Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. Memorials to church. Paid Thayer Marvin L, 87, Superior, died Thursday (61595). Farmer. Survivors; wife, Helen; son, Arlo, Fort Bliss, Texas; daughter, Iva Grahek, Germany; sisters, Genevieve Kohl, Hardy, Dorothy Corman, Superior, Fern Troudt, Nelson; four grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nora United Methodist Church, Superior. Visitation: noon-5 p.m. today, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday, Megrue-Price Funeral Home, Superior. Wallratf Lloyd E., 76, Falls City, formerly Bellevue, died Friday (61695). Services: 1 p.m. Monday, Clark Funeral Home, Falls City. Steele Cemetery, Falls City. 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