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Ottawa Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Ottawa, KansasPage 2 weekender August 8-9,2015 have news to report cat the Herald at 785 242-4700 or 800 467-8383 or Send email to on the record ten Jwj Herald Tommy Felts managing editor online at deaths Carl Lepley car Lepley,63. Neosho Missouri formerly of Anderson Missouri and Ottawa Kansas passed away monday aug 3,2015, at his residence. A memorial service is set for ii . Saturday aug. 8.2015, at the new life Fellowship Church in Anderson Missouri. He was born dec. 27,1951, in Coffeyville to the late Frederick and Yelma Webb Lepley he was an Over the Road truck Driver later becoming a briefs local moms to Pray for schools its season and a local group Hopes the year starts on a positive note. Moms in prayer International is set for a special Prajer 8 20 am. To 9 30 . Friday at the commission Chambers in Ottawa City Hall 101 a Hickory St. The special prayer Day Quot first Day a lets Pray Quot is set to Pray Over the students and staff of local schools on their first Day Back in the new school year according to a moms in prayer new s release. Moms in prayer International was formed in 1984 and now has groups All Over the world in More than 140 countries. The groups Mission is to Pray for teachers and staff Well As students Pray schools will be directed by biblical value provide support for moms with heavier burdens than others and be an encouragement and support system in local schools according to the groups website. For More information about the group or the event visit set for history event cowboys once ruled the and they Are set to return to Rule City Park. Cowboys Are set to ride into town 10 . To 1 . Aug. 15 at Dietrich Cabin info Ity Park fifth and main streets Ottawa for the monthly living history event. Demonstrators from the Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and historic site in Olathe Are set to bring Cowboy gear and clothing for patrons to try on and learn about and also perform several demonstrations. According to a Franklin county historical society news release. Patrons also can try their hands at roping cattle with a roping station set up by the Mahaffie demonstrators also in attendance at the living la Story event w ill be Ron Wilson a Cowboy poet. Wilson a poet Lariat is set to perform original poetry in full costume the said. In addition to Alt the cowboys at the living history event crafting stations Are planned to be available for children. The event is free and open to the Public. In Case of rain the event will be moved inside to the old depot museum 135 w. Tecumseh St. program to update Community with meeting circles is More than a shape but How is the program taking shape in Ottawa a Community meeting about Ottaw a circles an organization aiming to create a Strong workforce by enhancing Community members skills and productivity is planned for 5 30 . To 7 30 . Aug. 20 at the first Church. 410 s. Hickory St., Ottawa. A dinner and update on the program Are planned according to an organization news release. The meeting also is expected to showcase Challenge and Success stories How the program is working and Why the program will be successful according to the release. To a sep for the circles meeting email Lenora Brecheisen at or Call 785 213 7163 by aug. 17 the program began in Ottawa about seven months ago and currently exists in 16 Kansas communities the release Robert e. A bobs Ledom Robert e. Quot Bob Quot , 90, Ottawa. Kansas passed away monday aug. 3, 2015, at Bald in healthcare amp rehabilitation. Family plans to meet with Ledom friends 3 . To 4 ., sunday aug. 9.2015, at Dengel amp son mortuary. Grave Side services Are set for 1 30 . Monday. Aug. 10.2015, at Princeton Ometery. Itin Ceton. , with military honors by fort Riley Honor Liard. Hob Crl was born thursday. May 14,1925, in Ottawa Kansas the son of George a. And Hazel i. Brown Ledom. He was a near lifelong Ottawa resident. He graduated from Ottawa High school with the class of 1943 and immediately enlisted to serve his country in the United states during world War in he was stationed in the european theater As a Light truck Driver and was honorable discharged in 1946 where he obtained the rank of technician 5. He also served in the Kansas National guard from 1948 to 1949 As a radio operator obtaining the rank of Corporal Grade in. Bob continued his education at Ottawa University graduating with a Bachelor s degree in education and at Wichita state University graduating w Ith a master s degree in education and specialist of education Robert and Doris Dean mount met at Ottawa University and were later married sept. 7, 1948, in Kingman. Kansas. She survives of the Home after nearly 67 years of marriage. Other survivors in clude his two daughters Tara Porter of Topeka and Lisa Miller and husband Kenny of Ottawa brother 4eorge Ledom and w Ife Woody of Ottawa six grandchildren Lindsay Porier Fen Campbell Andry a a Miller. Addison Miller Alyssa cd Rook and Aaron Miller and three great grandchildren Cade Campbell june a Ampbell and Anastasia Miller. He was preceded in death by his parents brother. Jack Ledom and , Tyler Miller. Bob was a teacher and touched Many students lives. In his Early career he taught history and coached basketball in Clearwater and Florence. Kansas he later became an for Central Heights elementary school in the late 1960s and Early 1970s. He retired july of 1984 from Nike Junior High school in Gardner Kansas. He w As a member of the first United methodist Church kiwanis. Ottawa Lodge 18, , amp ., former member of the Ottawa Lodge 803. Benevolent and protective order of elks. And charter member of Ottawa Model train cd Lub. Bob lived attending his grandchildren a sporting events travelling walking his dogs woodworking making gifts for family and . And w As a in Ivil War Buff and a k state fan. Bobs loss is Felt by All who knew and loved him. He will be greatly missed. The family memorial contributions to first United a Hurch or Prairie paws animal shelter co Dengel amp son mortuary 235 s. Hickory St., Ottaw a Kansas 66067. Family and friends Are encouraged to leave their condolences and memories on Bob s tribute Wall at John Bryant Poe or. John Bryant Poe sr., 87, Williamsburg. passed away aug. 5.2015, at Olathe medical Center funeral ser vices Are planned for 2 . Monday. A aug. 10. 2015, at Roberts. Funeral Home 325 a Hickory St., Ottawa. Visitation is scheduled for 1 prior to the service. Burial is set to follow at pleasant View in every Melvern. Kansas he was the seventh often children born to James a Poe and Esther Layton Poe in Argen Tine . March 3, 1928. He spent his youth in Rosedale. Kansas and later years in Shaw Nee Olathe and finally Williamsburg in 2004. John entered the . Navy March 8,1946, and served in Yokosuka markets Lihz Al Grain Ottawa scoop a quotations for Friday afternoon hard wheat 4.53 soybeans 9.53 Corn 3.48 Milo 3.58. Franklin county Susa farm service Agency Corn 3,42 Milo 6.41 Oats 2.37 soybeans 9 65 wheat 4.46. Japan w Ith the occupational forces at the close of the War As a Seaman f first class he received the world mar h Victory medal and received an honorable discharge dec 24, 1947. John met his w Ife at a picnic in Swope Park May 16.1948, and married her four later june 13,1948. They remained partners and sweethearts for 67 years. John and Betty had five children John or. Terry Starr. Gaye Lynne and Betsy. John or. Worked sever a jobs in his youth. He worked in a bakery at the age of 12. And later As a w heat shoveler at the Mill. His father employed him As an excavator when they dug with shovels. Later he worked for Harold Litchfield As an excavator on heavy machinery. And finally began his of n company. John Poe and sons in 1972, and w worked with his son. Terry John is preceded in death by his wife. Betty july 12,2015 their son Terry feb. 14.2012 his parents James and Esther Poe Brothers. James Leroy , and Wayne and Sisters Josephine Schanze Sarah in Olleen Coke Holley and Marilyn Bennett and son in Law John Rawford Surv ivors include his son. John or. And his w Ife. Leigh Ann of Hollywood. Florida daughter Starr Poe of w i 11 i s b ii re. K a n s a a daughter. Gaye Lynne Hall and Hub Albi Greg of Azie Texas daughter Betsy Rife and husband. Shannon of Drexel Missouri and daughter in Law Rosalie Poe of Olathe. Kansas and Sisters. Spano of Edgerton. Kansas and Nancy Butler of Osawatomie. Kansas. John was a Lov ing husband father Grandfather of 12, and great Grandfather of 23. Family everything to him he set a High Standard for honesty and strength of character lie had a Strong handshake never held a grudge and made you feel important. There was no belter condolences May be sent to the family through w vow Lamb Rob fac Almli i movie line 785.242.0777 Cinema line 785.242.55starting Friday aug. 7 Mission impossible rogue nation fantastic four. I ffuu�ciimnmtt8wa.c0m of a Isth us on Facebook movie Misam 0p�,it i-4 pm for show times visit Ltd website m s. 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