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Chaput Buoy Funeral Home
3rd & Walnut
Jamestown , KS 66948
(785) 243-2904
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Gregory Hanny, retired Buffalo schools art teacher

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Buffalo State College and earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in art education. An art teacher for more than 30 years, he taught briefly in the Cassadaga Valley Central School District and at Jamestown Community College before becoming an art teacher at the Buffalo Academy of Visual and Performing Arts. He retired in the early 1990s. Mr. Hanny was the founder of the Christian Order of Spiritual Scientists and helped open the door for other spiritualist churches to locate within Lily Dale, a spiritualist community near Cassadaga. He is survived by two daughters, Cheryl Beichner and Lori Zandrowicz; a son, Robert; a... (The Buffalo News)

Grand Prix founder was 97 - Long Beach Press-Telegram

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Signal Hill and Cerritos. Mirabile, who learned his trade working at his father's car dealership in Huntington Park, came to Auto Row in 1955, when he and business partner Bob James opened Jamestown at 1350 Long Beach Blvd. The pair originally sold soon-to-be extinct Studebakers and DeSotos, but shortly branched out into the then-infant import car market. "I raced cars out in the desert when I was a kid," Mirabile told the Press-Telegram in 1999. "Bob and I decided the local market could use some excitement, so we started importing European sports cars." During their heyday in the 1970s, Mirabile and James sold MGs, Triumphs, Jaguars and Mini Coopers, Mercedes-Benzes and Volkswagens. At Kensington, Mirabile sold Italian Bugatti street racers and American-built Avanti convertibles. In 1995, Mirabile attempted to become distributor for the Gangstar, a Chinese-built sport-utility vehicle that ultimately failed to meet U.S. safety and emissions standards for imports. Apart from being an auto enthusiast, Mirabile was a member of various local organizations, including the Long Beach Yacht Club, California Highway Patrol Foundation and the Long Beach Police Motor Patrol Association. phillip.zonkel@presstelegram.com, 562-499-1258 ...

Testimomial before departure for life in America - Ross-Shire Journal

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
At Lisliard, Craig Road, Dingwall, Margaret Simpson, wife of the late Alexander Davidson, master tailor, Dingwall. Annie Emslie (Nance) daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Robert Emslie, Jamestown, wife of Alexander George Jack, Culcairn Cottage, Evanton, late of Lealty, Alness. Elizabeth Henderson Blackhall, aged 86 years, wife of the late Donald Mackay, late of Drynie Mains. In her 90th year, Helen Gordon Macleod, Lidston, Edderton, eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs G G Macleod, Ardgay. At Coulnagower, Culbokie, Christina Gordon, wife of the late James Noble, Badnerv. At Dalachladdich, Lochcarron, Kenneth Stewart, aged 87 years, general merchant, Lochcarron, husband of Colina Mackenzie. Thomas S Wilson, husband of Margaret B Macrae, Dunallan, Cathedral Square, Fortrose. At 165 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, Nessie Ross Gray (nee Fowler), wife of the late Norman A Gray, Glasgow, mother of Sheila Reid. Kenneth Maclaren, aged 58 years, husband of Violet Clark, 14 Clachan Road, Ardersier, father of Kenneth, Billy and Merle. Dolina Gunn, wife of Simon Allison, Stittenham, Ardross. At Cassiefern, Nairn, the home of her daughter, Jessie Mackay, wife of the late Roderick Finlayson, Hawthorndene, Lochcarron. Mrs Jane Mundell, who has lived in Muir of Ord for many years, is to organise the Red Cross for the natives of the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean. She leaves for Fiji before going on to her base on to Guadalcanal, an island made famous during the Second World War in the Pacific. Mrs Mundell does not know what faces her, but in the past she has worked for the Red Cross in many parts of Africa and Borneo. She joined the Red Cross twenty years ago, when she volunteered to drive an ambulance in Dingwall. She held various offices in the Red Cross before joining the Overseas Department as a field officer. Her first appointment abroad was five years ago in Sierra Leone, followed by spells of duty in Gambia, Borneo, Botswana and Swaziland. Her new territory embraces hundreds of Island in the Pacific Ocean covering some 10,000 square miles. The Rosskeen Church of Scotland sale of work in Alness Town Hall raised a record total of £552. Proceedings were opened by Mrs George Mackenzie, Cullisse, who received a gift from Fiona and Ian Curle. Among prizewinners at the National Mod were Farquhar MacGregor, Kyle of Lochalsh and Mary Macrae, Stromeferry. For the second time Farquhar won the Dr John Cameron Commemorative Quaich for the highest aggregate of marks in the Learners' Senior Orals. He was first for Reading at Sight and second for Prose and Poetry Recitations and Best Prepared Speech. Mary Macrae was runner-up with first for Prose, Recitation and Speech, and second prize for Reading at Sight. Saturday's 3-3 draw with Deveronvale might be regarded as another set-back to Ross County FC's chances of retaining the Highland League Championship. Don Macmillan scored two goals, the third coming from Jim Hosie, who had earlier missed counting with a penalty kick, the ball rebounding off an upright. The County team was: Benny Sutherland; Peter Borley and Colin Brett; Ian MacNeill, Ian Greig and Don Macmillan; Callum Grant, Jim Hosie, Thom, Robert Bannerman and Jack Lornie. Strathpeffer Free Churc...

Obituary for Blaine Hartley

Sat, Oct 15, 2011
Hartley; father, Blaine Hartley; sisters, Barbara Shipley and husband, Ron, of Huntersville, N.C., Evelyn Hawk and husband, Clayton, of Elizabethton, Tenn.; brother, Gale Hartley and wife, Leslie, of Jamestown, Tenn.; along with several nieces and nephews.Services will be held at noon Monday, Oct. 17, 2011, in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Gale Hartley officiating with Masonic services to follow.Burial will be at Chattanooga National Cemetery with Military Honors.Visitation is from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.In lieu of flowers please make memorial contributions to Hospice of Chattanooga, P.O. Box 19269, Chattanooga, TN 37416.Condolences and memories may be shared at www.williamsonandsons.com.Arrangements are by Williamson & Sons Funeral Home, 8852 Dayton Pike Soddy-Daisy, TN 37379. (Chattanooga Press)

Through the Years in Arizona City - TriValley Central

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Sunstate Bank relocates to the Arizona City Business Center located about one block from its former location.Hundreds of local residents attended the grand opening of Jamestown Wild West Town last Saturday.Lance Burden of Eloy was one of the finalists from Arizona on “American Idol.” Burden sang for the judges at the Dodge Theater in Phoenix.The Arizona City Library received five new computers from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.Third lane proposal for I-10 between Marana and Jimmie Kerr Boulevard, but nothing definite about expanding I-10 north of Casa Grande.Upgrades and improvements continue at Arizona City Golf Course, with new control panels for the irrigation system on the front nine, over seeding and the interior of the Club House will get a fresh coat of paint.Brothers Lance, Brent and Christopher Andrade are ready to be deployed to Kuwait. All three are members of the Casa Grande National Guard Unit.More than 100 people attended Family Reading Night at Toltec Elementary School.Arizona City obituaries for September 2006 included Doris Copenhaver, Stanley Birt, Asuncion Abella and Trey Alexander III. Article Rating (4 * = highest) Current Rating: 0 of 0 votes! Rate File: Select Rating:********** Reader Comments The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of trivalleycentral.com. You must register with a valid email to post comments. Only your Member ID will be posted with the comments. Registered users sign in here: Become a Registered User ...

Through the Years in Arizona City - TriValley Central

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Sunstate Bank relocates to the Arizona City Business Center located about one block from its former location.Hundreds of local residents attended the grand opening of Jamestown Wild West Town last Saturday.Lance Burden of Eloy was one of the finalists from Arizona on “American Idol.” Burden sang for the judges at the Dodge Theater in Phoenix.The Arizona City Library received five new computers from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.Third lane proposal for I-10 between Marana and Jimmie Kerr Boulevard, but nothing definite about expanding I-10 north of Casa Grande.Upgrades and improvements continue at Arizona City Golf Course, with new control panels for the irrigation system on the front nine, over seeding and the interior of the Club House will get a fresh coat of paint.Brothers Lance, Brent and Christopher Andrade are ready to be deployed to Kuwait. All three are members of the Casa Grande National Guard Unit.More than 100 people attended Family Reading Night at Toltec Elementary School.Arizona City obituaries for September 2006 included Doris Copenhaver, Stanley Birt, Asuncion Abella and Trey Alexander III. Article Rating (4 * = highest) Current Rating: 0 of 0 votes! Rate File: Select Rating:********** Reader Comments The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of trivalleycentral.com. You must register with a valid email to post comments. Only your Member ID will be posted with the comments. Registered users sign in here: Become a Registered User ...

Virginia N. Deacon, retired nursery school teacher

Tue, Sep 13, 2011
Brader and Roberta Hegeman; two sons, Alan and Thomas; a sister, Betty Nicoloff; and a brother, Nicholas Nicoloff. A memorial service will be at 10 a. m. Wednesday in Faith Bible Church, 117 Jamestown St., Randolph. (The Buffalo News)




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