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Arnold, NE – Kent De- Losh, age 73, of Arnold, died Sunday August 29, 2021, at the North Plate Care Center. Funeral services will be Friday, September 3, 2021, at 10:00 am at the United Methodist Church in Arnold with Pastor Lana Day officiating and Pastor Bill Williams offici- ating. Burial with Mili- tary Honors will follow in the Arnold Cemetery in Arnold, Nebraska. Memorials are sug- gested to the Arnold Fire Department. A visitation will take place on Thursday, Sep- tember 2, 2021, from 3:00 to 8:00 pm, with family greeting from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., at the Arnold Fu- neral Home in Arnold. Arnold Funeral Home/Govier Brothers Mortuary are in charge of arrangements. An online guest book may be signed a t www.govierbrothers.com . Kent L. DeLosh was born on March 27, 1948, in Arnold, Nebraska. He was the second of three children born to Betty (Nansel) DeLosh and Leon DeLosh. Kent at- tended Mackley School through the 7th grade, then attended Arnold Public School graduating with the class of 1966. Kent enlisted in the U.S. Army in March of 1967 and was a combat Medic in Vietnam. He was hon- orably discharged in March of 1970. He contin- ued his military service with the US Reserves, re- tiring in April 1989. He was a very proud and ac- tive member of the VFW and American Legion. Kent married Sue Lam- berty on July 24, 1976. To this union two children were born. Marie Ann was born on February 20, Kent DeLosh 1948-2021 1977, and Donnell Tobe on November 19, 1986. Kent was very proud of his children and his grandchildren. Kent spent his working years farming and ranch- ing for himself and the local neighbors. He spent many years helping Bud Steburg as a tender brick layer. Kent was very pas- sionate about his hunting, fishing, and camping. Labor Day was a favorite time of his, with his whole family camping in Valentine for the week- end. This was a tradition they had done for 30 years. He loved to get in a vehicle and drive. Kent probably drove more miles than anyone with- out ever leaving Custer County. Kent never knew a stranger, visiting with everyone he saw. He suf- fered for 16 years follow- ing pancreatic cancer and with every new ailment that came up, he coura- geously fought his way through it. Kent was preceded in death by his parents, sis- ter Toby Preston, and brother Dan DeLosh. Survivors include his wife Sue of 45 years, daughter Marie (Arttie) Parker, and children Jay- don and Jaxon of Her- shey; son Donnell (Cassy) and children Bexley and Dekker of Arnold, brother-in-law Jerry Pre- ston and many nieces and nephews.
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Layout 1THE ARNOLD SENTINEL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 Page 8
Eastburn were arrested for engaging in riotous, disorderly and tumul- tuous conduct tending to disrupt the peace and quiet of the Village of Arnold. The trial was held and Mr. Geiser was fined $25.00 and cost and Mr. Eastburn was fined $10.00 and cost. The Village Board of Arnold issued a statement that parking on side- walks, in the alleys, in driveways or in the center of the streets or double parking at any time, or any place where the curb has been painted red, will not be permitted and could result in an arrest and fine. Birth: Dwane Keith Dan- ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Danner. Death: Dean Wood, 64, August 27. SEVENTY YEARS AGO September 6, 1951
Leonard Croghan pur-
Sentinel Files Continued from page 3. chased a half interest in
the D. Best Oil Company. The new partnership was called the Best Oil Sta- tion. The firemen were spon- soring boxing and wrestling matches were being held at the Arnold Sports Park as part of the Arnold Fall Festival. Showing at the Rialto Theatre was “Appoint- ment With Danger” star- ring Alan Ladd, Phyllis Calvert, Paul Stewart, Jan Sterling, Jack Webb and Stacy Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Finch took Patsy to Omaha where she entered the Brownell Hall Girls' School. Lloyd Beltz Jr. received his Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Deaths: Harold Goings, 53, August 27; Mrs. Jessie Eddy Woodward, 66, Au- gust 27.
August 20: Called and stated she had an appoint- ment set up last week to meet a deputy to retrieve her property from the house, Arnold; Reported they re- ceived a report of a gray Ford Focus driving recklessly west bound on Highway 2, Litchfield; Advised her ex is either having alcohol poisoning or is having an overdose, Ansley; 9048 advised he is enroute to Mary Lanning with a male subject, Ansley; Advised of a dark colored Wisconsin plated Sedan is traveling at a high rate of speed on Highway 92 between Arnold and Merna, Merna; Caller stated there was a speeder south bound on Highway 2. Caller stated the vehicle was pulled over by a state trooper about 50 miles south of Thedford, but then continued speeding after the traf- fic stop was complete, Anslemo; Advised there is a black two door vehicle that is on the Callaway Road headed down Democrat Hill that has been all over the road, Broken Bow; Walk-in stated there are ongoing issues between Custer Count and City of Sargent, Bro- ken Bow; Stated her husband hit a deer. The deer kept running after hitting the car and the car is damaged, Arnold; Caller stated her son met someone on Face- book and he sent a picture to the person. Caller ad- vised that person has threatened to post the picture unless they get money, Broken Bow. August 21: Caller stated she hit a deer and there was no injuries but thinks a tire fell off. The deer hit the passenger side and the door will not open. Caller ad- vised she was in the on coming traffic lane, Mason City; Caller reported they hit a deer and that no one was injured. Advised to fill out a white accident report form, Gates; Wanted to set up a time with a deputy for a civil standby so he could get his belongings, Anselmo; R/P advised there were some black and Charolais cows out on the Dunning Road, Arnold; August 22: Caller stated she was sleeping and was woke up to someone knocking loudly on the door. Caller stated the knocking startled her but when she looked out no one was there, Merna; Aseacare re- ported a hospice death, Anslemo; Traffic DUI, Call- away; Called reporting that her 19 year old special needs daughter is missing. Caller called back advising her daughter returned home, Ansley. August 23: BNSF advised they received some re- ports of the crossing at Center Avenue in Berwyn was acting squirly, Berwyn; Requested call to service ref- erence a blue sports car going over 100 m.p.h., Broken Bow; Concerned about some renters that were acting suspicious, Callaway; Found property between Merna and Broken Bow on Highway 2. Advised 9044 who re- quested duffel bag be dropped off here per caller, there are some life jackets and a fish finder in the bag, Broken Bow; Deputy from Blaine County Sheriff Of- fice sent teletype message of a reckless semi driver, Dunning. August 24: Called needing help with her husband. They were trying to get him into his lift and he slipped out. He is not breathing and is turning pale, Callaway; Traffic DUI, Advised that 987 did not think he could catch up in time before leaving Logan County, Staple- ton; Caller requested to speak to a deputy in reference to a flatbed Ford that is repeatly going past her place, Cozad. August 25: Called reporting a white semi with a cat- tle hauler trailer flew by stop flagger heading south through construction zone, Oconto; Reported a red Subaru with Massachusetts plate was sitting on his property, but is now gone, Arnold; Reported a motor- cycle accident and driver is pinned underneath on the Dunning Road, Arnold; 9045 Advised he was enroute with a female, arrested on a Brown County warrant, Merna; Caller stated he needed to report an accident hit and run that happened yesterday. He stated he was heading south and went to pass the tractor and the tractor turned left and hit him but kept driving, Berwyn. August 26: Palmer Monument was looking for a 2 wheel cart that was lost somewhere between Anslemo and Broken Bow; Merna.
August 20-26, 2021 Prisoners Booked In......................................................5 Prisoners Released ........................................................7 Prisoners Currently Incarcerated...............................5 CCSO Call Information: Arrests .............................................................................9
Sheriff’s Weekly Report
Mildred (McCarthy) Pinkston, 96, of North Platte, formerly of Arnold, Nebraska, passed away, August 27, 2021, at Great Plains Health in North Platte. Mildred was born Feb- ruary 20, 1925, to Cor- nelius and Sylvia (Gess) McCarthy at York, Ne- braska. She was born at home on the farm 9 miles south of York, assisted by a neighbor lady. She at- tended the Covent School in York her kindergarten year and the family moved to Eureka Valley (Anselmo, NE.) When she was in the first grade, the teacher advanced her to the second grade because she was ahead of her class. She attended coun- try school in Eureka Val- ley until the 9th grade and then she attended High School in Arnold, Nebraska, graduating in 1942. While attending school at Eureka Valley, her friends nicknamed her “Mick.” While attending high school, she worked at a hair salon and fixed hair in clients’ homes and worked at the telephone company. After graduat- ing, she would ride the train from Arnold to Kearney, Nebraska, to work at the telephone of- fice. Then she transferred to the telephone office in Sargent, Nebraska. In 1943 she married Gene Pinkston of Arnold at the Catholic parsonage in Broken Bow, Nebraska. They lived on a farm in Eureka Valley until mov- ing to a farm on Pleasant Hill in Arnold and lived in a sod house. They later moved to a different home on Pleasant Hill and continued to farm until moving into Arnold. Mildred was a hard worker raising five chil- dren, selling Avon, raising a large garden, along with hundreds of chickens, selling the chickens and eggs to local customers, and worked at Varney Drug store in Broken Bow. Mildred was a beau- tiful seamstress and made all of her children’s and husbands’ clothes for years. She made a wed- ding dress and brides- maid dresses for her niece’s wedding. Also, made the bridesmaid dresses for her daughter Carol’s wedding. Mildred was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church in Arnold and was one of the women of the Altar Society that started and worked dili- gently at the St. Agnes Thrift Store located in the church basement. She was a member of the American Legion Auxil- iary and DCCW. She held an office and worked many years with the Arnold Alumni Associa- tion. She was very proud of her Irish heritage and vis- ited Ireland in 2006. Her family and friends were very important to her and hosted many family and holiday dinners. The Pinkston Farm was al- ways a place to visit and have a great time. She was a devout Catholic and always had a rosary in her hand or nearby. Mildred moved to North Platte in 2017 and joined St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.
Arnold, NE – Kent De- Losh, age 73, of Arnold, died Sunday August 29, 2021, at the North Plate Care Center. Funeral services will be Friday, September 3, 2021, at 10:00 am at the United Methodist Church in Arnold with Pastor Lana Day officiating and Pastor Bill Williams offici- ating. Burial with Mili- tary Honors will follow in the Arnold Cemetery in Arnold, Nebraska. Memorials are sug- gested to the Arnold Fire Department. A visitation will take place on Thursday, Sep- tember 2, 2021, from 3:00 to 8:00 pm, with family greeting from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., at the Arnold Fu- neral Home in Arnold. Arnold Funeral Home/Govier Brothers Mortuary are in charge of arrangements. An online guest book may be signed a t www.govierbrothers.com . Kent L. DeLosh was born on March 27, 1948, in Arnold, Nebraska. He was the second of three children born to Betty (Nansel) DeLosh and Leon DeLosh. Kent at- tended Mackley School through the 7th grade, then attended Arnold Public School graduating with the class of 1966. Kent enlisted in the U.S. Army in March of 1967 and was a combat Medic in Vietnam. He was hon- orably discharged in March of 1970. He contin- ued his military service with the US Reserves, re- tiring in April 1989. He was a very proud and ac- tive member of the VFW and American Legion. Kent married Sue Lam- berty on July 24, 1976. To this union two children were born. Marie Ann was born on February 20,
Obituaries Kent DeLosh
1948-2021
1977, and Donnell Tobe on November 19, 1986. Kent was very proud of his children and his grandchildren. Kent spent his working years farming and ranch- ing for himself and the local neighbors. He spent many years helping Bud Steburg as a tender brick layer. Kent was very pas- sionate about his hunting, fishing, and camping. Labor Day was a favorite time of his, with his whole family camping in Valentine for the week- end. This was a tradition they had done for 30 years. He loved to get in a vehicle and drive. Kent probably drove more miles than anyone with- out ever leaving Custer County. Kent never knew a stranger, visiting with everyone he saw. He suf- fered for 16 years follow- ing pancreatic cancer and with every new ailment that came up, he coura- geously fought his way through it. Kent was preceded in death by his parents, sis- ter Toby Preston, and brother Dan DeLosh. Survivors include his wife Sue of 45 years, daughter Marie (Arttie) Parker, and children Jay- don and Jaxon of Her- shey; son Donnell (Cassy) and children Bexley and Dekker of Arnold, brother-in-law Jerry Pre- ston and many nieces and nephews.
Mildred (McCarthy) Pinkston 1925-2021
Mildred was preceded in death by her husband Gene; her parents Cor- nelius and Sylvia Mc- Carthy; brothers, Dennis, Neil, Henry, Jerry, John, Tom; sisters, Mary, Gertrude, Margaret; sons, Dale, Darrell, Dennis; in- fant daughter, Catherine; grandchildren, Randy, Lance; great-grandchil- dren, Jessica, Cody, Wyatt, Brayden, Ashton; daugh- ter-in-law, Merri-Kay. She is survived by her daughter, Carol (Jerry) Wilson, North Platte; son, Don (Delores) Pinkston, Seminole, AL., grandchil- dren, Michelle (Julian) Whips, Justin Wilson, Marci (Jeff) Heinzen, Darin (Lorainne) Pinkston, Denise (Craig) Rease, Pete, Ron, Jeff Miller, Kimberly, Melissa, Lisa, Lori, Dawn, and Chad; 34 great-grandchil- dren, and 26 great-great- grandchildren; along with many other family members and friends. Memorials are sug- gested to St. Agnus Catholic Church, Arnold, Nebraska., or the Arnold Cemetery in memory of Mildred. Online condo- lences may be shared at www.adamsswanson.co m. Rosary will be held at 7:00 p.m.., Tuesday, Au- gust 31, 2021, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m.., Wednesday, September 1, 2021, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church with the Reverend Josh Brown as celebrant. Burial will be at 12:30 p.m.., at Arnold Cemetery, Arnold, Ne- braska. Visitation will be noon – 5 p.m.., Tuesday, August 31, at Adams and Swanson Funeral Home. Services will be live-streamed on Adams and Swanson Facebook. Adams and Swanson Fu- neral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Local News Kathi Wright of Love- land, Colorado and Betty Cole enjoyed dinner at The Exchange and a visit with Melva Geiser on Wednesday. Betty was an afternoon visitor of Jean Shimmins on Sunday. Donna Fletcher visited at he home of Betty Cole last week, bringing a Readers Digest article copy from the 90s by Fred Epstein, M.D. on his life experience with dyslexia. If you are interested, you may find it on the follow- ing website: memphis- dyslexia.org, or you may obtain a copy from Betty by calling 308-848-3316.
Teagan Hanson of Callaway Is Cornhusker Marching Band LINCOLN, NE (08/26/2021)-- Teagan Hanson of Callaway is part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's 296- member Cornhusker Marching Band, which will make its 2021 debut September 4 at Memorial Stadium with pregame and halftime perform- ances at Nebraska's foot- ball home opener against Fordham. Hanson, a senior hospi- tality, restaurant and
tourism management major, plays tuba. It will be the band's first in-person performance at the stadium since Novem- ber 2019. The "Pride of All Ne- braska" has been seen by millions of viewers on tel- evision. The band was the first collegiate ensemble to perform at all of the major football bowl games: Rose, Orange, Fi- esta, Sugar and Cotton.
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