he had been fishing for lakers. I had heard the lilt in his voice before, from my Aunt Kay, who was originally from northern Iowa. But when I was growing up I did not know it was an accent. I just thought that was the way her voice sounded.ż0aż0aThere was one point during that trip where Grant and I were hiking, and I had no idea where I was at, and I was perfectly happy to be lost. Perhaps it would have been less charming if we had been snowed in, hunted by timberwolves and starving.ż0aż0aAt one time, I felt like happiness depended on where I lived, or where I traveled. Then I saw a few completely miserable people, and they would have been comfortable in their misery wherever they existed. A vacation cannot solve that problem. It might help your tan, but that’s about it. You can be the armadillo flattened on a highway, or the armadillo held high above children like Simba in ‘The Lion King.’ Peace is not elsewhere, it is here. Though it’s good to push yourself. Otherwise you’ll never know where you’re going or where you’ve been, and why. It’s also good to push others to help find what they need, as long as it’s not off a cliff.ĦautoĦautoĦ21ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ10Ħ13ĦamĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦJason W. SelbyĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016090601013ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 2189Ħ1473175815Ħ2Ħ1473175815Ħ2Ħ9Ħ6Ħ2016ĦWayne Adam NickelĦWAYNE ADAM NICKELĦWayne Adam Nickel, son of Adam and Florence Nickel, was born in Corydon Township, Wayne County, Iowa, on Jan. 11, 1919. He departed this life on Aug. 21, 2016, at the Wayne County Hospital at the age of 97 years, with his loving family by his side.ż0aż0aHe received his education in the Corydon School system. After graduation he worked at Pipers Grocery and Grahams Department Store before he started working for L.W. Snyder Feed and Coal. He worked there for 54 years delivering feed and coal all over the county. After retiring from Snyders, he sold tickets for the school athletic events and really enjoyed it.ż0aż0aHe married Violet Green on Dec.19, 1942. ż0aż0aThose left to cherish his memories are his children: Shirley, Jessie Laubsch, and Loyd and wife, Julie; his grandchildren, Danilo Laubsch and Kelsey and Christopher Nickel.ż0aż0aHe was preceded in death by his parents, Florence and Adam Nickel; his wife, Violet; his brother, James Loyd; and his granddaughter, Kasey Lynn.ż0aż0aFuneral service were held Aug. 25, at 10:30 a.m. from the Thomas-Randolph Funeral Home in Corydon with interment at the Corydon Cemetery. ż0aż0aCondolences may be share at www.thomasfh.com.ż0aż0aThomas-Randolph Funeral Homes were in charge of the arrangements.ĦautoĦautoĦ19ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ10Ħ29ĦamĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016090601029ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 2190Ħ1473175976Ħ2Ħ1473175976Ħ2Ħ9Ħ6Ħ2016ĦGarold B. SheehanĦGAROLD B. SHEEHANĦGarold B. Sheehan, 77, of Allerton, passed away Aug. 27, 2016, at Chariton Specialty Care.ż0aż0aGarold was born on June 27, 1939, in Unionville, Mo., to George and Mary Ann (Harmon) Sheehan.ż0aż0aHe received his education from Unionville High School, graduating in 1957. After high school, Garold took a job in Unionville delivering milk to the Allerton Milk Plant. After a few years, Garold was hired on at the Allerton Milk Plant where he would work his way up to supervisor. Allerton Milk Plant employed Garold for 41 years before retiring in 2001. ż0aż0aOn May 20, 1960, Garold was united in marriage to Marjorie Hart in Corydon. ż0aż0aHe enjoyed hunting and fishing throughout most of his life. Garold always had a garden he enjoyed working in. Garold was an avid Kansas City Chiefs fan and also followed the Missouri Tigers Football team religiously. He would attend a MIZZOU game every year until his health would no longer allow. He and Marjorie would take trips to Branson and enjoyed watching the shows. Of all things Garold loved, his family came first. He enjoyed time spent with them, especially attending his grandkids activities. ż0aż0aSurvivors include his wife of 56 years, Marjorie of Allerton; daughter, Monica Fogelson (Mike) of Smithville, Mo.; grandchildren, Miles Fogelson of Cedar Falls and Megan Fogelson of Sunrise Beach, Mo.; six siblings, Billy Dean Sheehan (Ruth Elaine) of Altoona, Shirley Myers (Robert), Ruth Jean Milner (Glenn), Margaret Salisbury (Darl), Melvin Sheehan (Elnora) and Dennie Sheehan (Barbara) all of Unionville and many nieces and nephews. ż0aż0aHe was preceded in death by his parents; two siblings, Opal Butler, and Ralph Lee Sheehan; father and mother-in-law, John and Ruby Hart; son-in-law, Brent Neese and sister-in-law, Ruth Ann Sheehan. ż0aż0aFuneral services were held Aug. 31 at the Thomas-Randolph Funeral Home in Allerton. ż0aż0aInterment will follow at Allerton Cemetery. ż0aż0aMemorials may be given to either Allerton First Responders or Allerton Fire Department and condolences may be shared at www.thomasfh.com.ĦautoĦautoĦ19ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ10Ħ31ĦamĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016090601031ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 2191Ħ1473176100Ħ2Ħ1473176100Ħ2Ħ9Ħ6Ħ2016Ħ'Jason Bourne'ĦThis week the movie at the Wayne Theatre is not a sci-fi film, an animated movie or a superhero story. It is an action thriller for 2016. ‘Jason Bourne’ is PG-13, 123 minutes long and stars Matt Damon.ż0aż0aIt has been 10 years since Jason Bourne walked away from the agency that trained him to become a deadly weapon. Hoping to draw him out of the shadows, CIA director, Robert Dewey (Tommy Lee Jones) assigns hacker and counterinsurgency expert Heather Lee to find him.ż0aż0aLee suspects that former operative Nicky Parsons is also looking for him.ż0aAs she begins tracking the duo, Bourne finds himself back in action, battling a sinister network that utilizes terror and technology to maintain unchecked.ĦThis week the movie at the Wayne Theatre is not a sci-fi film, an animated movie or a superhero story. It is an action thriller for 2016. ‘Jason Bourne’ is PG-13, 123 minutes long and stars Matt Damon.ż0aż0aIt has been 10 years since Jason Bourne walked away from the agency that trained him to become a deadly weapon. Hoping to draw him out of the shadows, CIA director, Robert Dewey (Tommy Lee Jones) assigns hacker and counterinsurgency expert Heather Lee to find him.ż0aż0aLee suspects that former operative Nicky Parsons is also looking for him.ż0aAs she begins tracking the duo, Bourne finds himself back in action, battling a sinister network that utilizes terror and technology to maintain unchecked.ż0aż0aRemember the new admission charges of $4 for adults and children for 2-D movies and $6 for 3-D movies for adults and children. ż0aż0a‘Jason Bourne’ is 2-D only for all three nights.ż0aż0aSee you at the movies!ĦautoĦautoĦ22ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ10Ħ34ĦamĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦBill GodeĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016090601034ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 2192Ħ1473346744Ħ2Ħ1473348701Ħ2Ħ9Ħ8Ħ2016ĦFalcons shut down Moravia on the roadĦ***image1***SCORING STREAKS BY BOTH TEAMS, POWER OUTAGE IN 2ND HALF MAKE WAYNE’S 40-22 VICTORY ONE TO REMEMBERż0aż0aFor the 2nd straight week, the officials stopped Wayne’s football game. This time, it was not lightning, but a power outage on Moravia’s field that halted play in the 2nd half.ż0aż0aThe Falcons scored the first 3 touchdowns of the game on Fri., Sept. 2 on the road. But thanks to turnovers, penalties, early struggles on offense and a few big plays by the Mohawks, Moravia stormed back to take a 22-18 lead by halftime.Ħ***image1***SCORING STREAKS BY BOTH TEAMS, POWER OUTAGE IN 2ND HALF MAKE WAYNE’S 40-22 VICTORY ONE TO REMEMBERż0aż0aFor the 2nd straight week, the officials stopped Wayne’s football game. This time, it was not lightning, but a power outage on Moravia’s field that halted play in the 2nd half.ż0aż0aThe Falcons scored the first 3 touchdowns of the game on Fri., Sept. 2 on the road. But thanks to turnovers, penalties, early struggles on offense and a few big plays by the Mohawks, Moravia stormed back to take a 22-18 lead by halftime.ż0aż0a“This was a tough physical battle on both sides of the ball,” head coach Bart Elliott said. “This game really can be broken up into 3 different sections. At the beginning, we played well, moved the ball on the ground and through the air, getting out to an 18-0 lead. Our defense held strong in slowing down their offense. During the 2nd quarter we hit a rough patch on both sides of the ball.”ż0aż0aIn the 3rd quarter, the lights went out in Moravia. After a lengthy delay, with the field lights shining again, Wayne’s defense rose to the occasion to blank the Mohawks in the 2nd half. The Falcons pulled away, winning 40-22.ż0aż0aFor those keeping track, that was an 18-point run by Wayne, a 22-p