Obituaries Published March 3, 2005
Annette Rae Selby Daugherty, 86, died Feb. 25 at Cheyenne Lodge, Jamestown.
She was born Nov. 19, 1918, the second daughter of Martha Lura (Cosby) and Raymond Blaine Selby at their homestead southwest of Scottsville.
She attended Scottsville Grade and High School. She married Calvin Walter Daugherty on April 4, 1936. They lived in the Scottsville area all of their lives.
Mrs. Daugherty Worked as Scottsville post master for 20 years. She was a member of the Scottsville Community Church and the Pollyanna Club. Her hobbies were gardening and sewing.
She was preceded in death by an infant son, Calvin Ray, her parents, her husband and a sister, Martha Allene Teasley.
Survivors include her children, Mrs. Robert Niland, (Calita); Douglas Daugherty; Mrs. Mike Liggett (Phyllis); eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Services were Feb. 28 at McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, with Pastor Ed Moynihan officiating.
Honorary Pallbearers were Dean Belden, Max Croisant, Maurice LeSage, Don Cox, Gene Kadel and Max Reiter.
Casket bearers were Rocky Genz, Curtis Reames, Brad Smith, Kevin Motes, Rex Sibley and David Stillwell. Interment was in Scottsville Cemetery, Scottsville.
Opal Beatrice Rogers, 91, Anaheim, Calif., died Jan. 24.
She was born March 21, 1913, in Jewell County. She graduated from Lebanon High School in 1930. She married James "Jimmie" Glenn Rogers Dec. 1, 1932.
During the first few years of married life they lived on a farm west of Dentonia. From 1941 to 1945, Jimmie and Opal operated the Dentonia General Store and the Lovewell Store from 1945 to 1954. The family moved to Norwalk, Calif., in 1957 She worked at Fedco, Inc., until her retirement.
She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Jennie Marihugh, her siblings, Carye, Otis and twin brother, Orville and her husband.
Survivors are daughters, Marilyn Earley, Salina; Anita Pyrah and Virginia Millhouse, Anaheim, Calif.; Clarys Nicastro, Las Vegas, Nev.; and four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several step great-grandchildren.
The service and interment was Jan. 31 at the Eternal Peace Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cypress, Calif.
Martha Allene Teasley, 91, died Feb. 21 at Cheyenne Lodge, Jamestown.
She was born Oct. 13, 1913, on a farm near Scottsville, the daughter of Raymond and Martha Cosby Selby. Mrs. Teasley grew up in the Scottsville area where she attended school and graduated from Scottsville High School in 1931.
She married Walter Teasley at his parents' home.
After their marriage they made their home on a farm near Asherville and later lived near Simpson and Scottsville. Walter died in 1979. Allene then went at live with her sister, Annette Daugherty, before moving to Cheyenne Lodge for the past three years.
She was a member of the Scottsville Community Church and the Pollyanna Club. Her hobbies were sewing, cooking and spending time with her family.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband.
Survivors include her daughter Phyllis Genz, Wichita; two grandchildren, Rocky D. Genz and Debbie R. Genz; two great-grandchildren; and a sister, Annette Daugherty.
Services were Feb. 21 at McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, with Pastor Ed Moynihan officiating.
Casket bearers were Darin Daugherty, Mike Liggett, Randy Nichols, Doug Daugherty, Kevin Nichols and Curtis Reames. Interment was in Scottsville Cemetery, Scottsville.
Donna Mary Hornbussel
Donna Mary Hornbussel, 85, the daughter of Floyd B. and Elsie (Morehead) Shellhase, was born Aug. 18, 1919, at Courtland. She died Feb. 18, at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior.
Donna Mary, was the eldest of six children. She lived her life in the Republic and Courtland areas before moving to Superior, in 1929. She has been a member of the First Baptist Church more than 50 years. She attended Pawnee and Miller county schools and graduated from Superior High School in 1936. She was united in marriage to Edwin F. Hornbussel on Dec. 20, 1948 at Grand Island.
Donna Mary taught school at Mt. Clare, and worked at Lesh's Drug Store, Ben Franklin, Wages Variety and Gift, Farmers Union Co-op Creamery and retired from JC Penney's. She was active in the First Baptist Church, Christian Women's Superior Retired Teachers and Association, American Legion Auxiliary, Busy Bees 4-H Club as a leader for many years, Camp Moses Merrill along with many other church, school and community organizations.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Edwin F. Hornbussel, a son, David Smith, daughter, Jeanie McMains, and grandson, Nathan Daniel Theiss; one granddaughter, Elisabeth Bohnert, one brother, Evan Lynn Shellhase; and sisters, Lucille McCarty and Ruth Hesser.
She is survived by her children (Mrs. Charles Theiss (Lelia), Fishers, Ind.; Richard Hornbussel, Palmdale, Calif.; Mrs. Neil Logan (Lyndall), Reliance, Wyo.; Mrs. G. Doug Enevoldsen (Joan), Wolbach, Neb.; Alan Hornbussel, Superior Mrs. Butch Reiman (Diane), Superior; and son-in-law, Larry McMains, Burr Oak; 21 grandchildren; Anthony Theiss, Timothy and Karen Theiss, Amy-Christine and Timothy Fallowfield, Tracy and Paul Adams, Brian and Miya Harvey, Alayne Harvey and Steve Lowe, David and Tory Enevoldsen, Jennifer and Jeff Koperski, Katie and Seth Rippe, Joshua Enevoldsen, Lisa Hornbussel, Israel Bohnert, and Jennifer Collins, Jonathan and Diane Bohnert, Rachel and Barry Foster, David Reiman, Kevin and Terry Reiman, Doug and Nicole Reiman, Amber Reiman, Nathan McMains and Tessa Core, Tracie Turner and Todd McGee, 29 great-grandchildren; Nathanial and Hannah Theiss, Alexander Theiss, Darrin Rubio, Jeanette, Josetta, Steven and Eric Harvey, Elizabeth Harvey, Sarah and Scott Crandall, Nicholas Lowe, Justin Koperski, Sydney Enevoldsen, Justice Hornbussel, Conner Bohnert, Daphne Bohnert, Zachary Foster, Karie, Kortnie, Jaden and Jackson Reiman,Bianca Reiman, Karina, Colton and Cailin Reiman, Christy Allen and Joseph Morrow; one brother, Delphos Shellhase, Superior; and sister Mrs. Gene Mees (Shirley), Norwalk, Iowa; and one brother-in-law, Pete McCarty, Pueblo, Colo.; sisters-in-law, Rosella Martin, Superior and Mrs. Bob Knott (Pauline), Omaha.
Services were held last Wednesday from the First Baptist Church in Superior, with Pastor Leslie Warner officiating.
Pallbearers were Joshua Enevoldsen, David Enevoldsen, Amber Reiman, Lisa Hornbussel, Jeff Koperski and Seth Rippe. Honorary pallbearers were Anthony Theiss, Timothy Theiss, Amy-Christine Fallowfeld, Tracy Adams, Brian Harvey, Alayne Crandall, Jennifer Koperski, Katie Rippe, Israel Bohnert, Jonathan Bohnert, Rachel Foster, Nate McMains, David Reiman, Kevin Reiman, Doug Reiman, Tracie Turner and Todd MeGee.
Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior, was in charge of arrangements.
Darlene L. Gebers, 83, Scottsbluff, Neb., died Feb. 21, at Beverly Health Care Center, in Scottsbluff. Services were Friday at Calvary Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff with Pastor Herb Carlmark officiating. Interment was in West Lawn Cemetery, Gering.
Darlene Lorraine Peterson Allen Phelps Gebers was born Feb. 9, 1922, to Oscar and Leona Maye (Thomas) Peterson at Neligh, Neb. She went through 8th grade at Black Lake School north of Neligh. She married Walter Allen and to this union five sons were born. Walter was killed in a construction accident at Moffet Field, Calif. She married Raymond Phelps in 1958 and was blessed with a daughter, Cindy. Raymond Phelps died unexpectedly in early 1968. Darlene married Fred H. Gebers on Oct. 21, 1968.
She worked as a waitress at the Rod & Gun Club, Eagle Cafe, Lamplighter Restaurant, Rainbow Cafe, Oregon Trail Restaurant, Ramada Inn and the Stable Club.
She was a member of Calvary Lutheran Church, a life member of VFW Auxiliary and a 36 year member of American Legion Post.
She is survived by her husband, Fred; sons, Douglas Allen, Loveland, Colo.; Ronald Allen, Fruita, Colo.; Larry Allen, Palisade, Colo.; Randy Allen, Gering, and step-daughter, Mrs. James Spencer (Cindy), Morrill; 15 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by three brothers, Alvin Peterson, Roland Peterson and Arnold Peterson; one sister, Marjorie Robertson, and her son, Gary Allen.
Douglas G. "Doug" Graham, 47, died Feb. 15, at Wesley Medical Center, Wichita.
He was born April 10, 1957, at Superior, the son of Melvin Eugene and Delores Yvonne Larson Graham. He attended Hutchinson High School.
A longtime resident of Hutchinson, moving from Concordia, he was employed at Consolidated Manufacturing since 1977, where he worked in the power assembly division. He also was co-operator of Performance Automotive, Hutchinson.
He belonged to the National Hot Rod Association, was past president and founding member of the Salt City Classic Chevy Club and participated in several events for Sunflower Rod and Custom Association of Great Bend
On Dec. 13, 1975, he married Cynthia Ann Walton, at Concordia. She survives.
Survivors include: two sons, Steven Douglas, Wichita, and Tyler Justin, of the home; two brothers, Kevin W. and Robert L., both of Hutchinson; and in-laws, Norman and Marilyn Walton, Concordia.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
His funeral was Saturday at First United Methodist Church, Hutchinson, with the Rev. Mark Conard presiding. Burial was in Penwell-Gabel's Memorial Park Cemetery, Hutchinson.
Adella Anna Caroline Gebers, 94, the daughter of Herman and Gustine "Tina" (Bruns) Peters, was born Sept. 30, 1910, on a farm near Hardy. She died Feb. 23, at her home in Nora.
She attended a rural school through the 8th grade near Hardy.
She married Rudolph Gebers on Feb. 15, 1931, at St. Peters Lutheran Church, Byron. This union was blessed with one son, Don. They lived on a farm one-half mile west of Nora until they retired in 1960 and moved to a house in Nora.
They traveled to Germany several times to visit Rudolph's relatives.
Adella was active in Circle I of Salem Lutheran Church, being president for many years. She was chairman of the quilting group for many years and made many quilts at home. She also attended Nora Women's Club, Bridgetts and Friendly Neighbors Club, Nelson.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband April 8, 1970, two sisters, Lenora Reinke and Edna Lunzmann, and one brother Edward Peters.
Survivors include her son Donald, Nora, three grandchildren, David and Steve of Nora, and Tim, Geneva; six great-grandchildren, Jamie Gebers, Stacia and Haley Gebers, and Seth, Brette and Reese Gebers.
Services were held Saturday from the Salem Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Evelyn Phillips and Irvin Schleufer, PMA, officiating.
Pallbearers were Rodney Peters, Lance Hobelman, Wayne Hobelman, Larry Wulf, Arlen Lunzmann and Norman Lunzmann.
Interment was in the Salem Lutheran Church Cemetery.
Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Superior was in charge of arrangements.
A funeral honoring the life of Henry "Wally" Lambrecht, 88, is planned for 10 a.m. Friday at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel. Pastor Dorthea Fairbanks wil officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. The Superior resident died Sunday. A visitation time has not been scheduled but friends may sign the guest book from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today (Thursday).