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J.B. Beames an aged resident of Scandia, died at the Sanitarium at College View, Nebraska, Sunday, February 8th 1920. He was born at Decater, Illinois, in 1836. Coming to Kansas in 1880 he engaged in the general mercantile business for several years after ... (findagrave.com)
Growing up in northeast Kansas, Don attended local schools and graduated from Humbolt High School. He was an Army veteran, having served during the Korean Conflict. Don had been employed by Reece Construction in Scandia after the service. On July 22 ... (The Abilene Reflector-Chronicle)
Fred Dick Currie, 79, Scandia, died Jan 17, 2017. Born Aug. 12, 1937, in Concordia to Fred and Margaret (Freed) Currie. Worked many years at Santa Fe Railroad. Survivors: children, Randall Currie & Stacie Mitchell,Gregory & Linda K. Currie, Angelee and ... (Concordia Blade-Empire)
LAWRENCE, Kan. — The University of Kansas is receiving a $100,000 estate gift from a Scandia family that will provide funds for a nursing scholarship, the Dole Institute of Politics and the Spencer Museum of Art. The Salina Journal (http://bit.ly/2jcjIcW ... (The Republic)
She was born Nov. 8, 1924, to Otto and Olive (Lundquist) Nelson near Scandia. She graduated from Scandia High School ... grandchildren, Sherah McCurry, of Kansas City, Wade Briscoe, of Seattle, Rachel Renken, of Wichita, Hannah Renken, of Eureka, Teah ... (Salina Journal)
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