KNEBEL BROTHER’S ESTATE
THERE WILL A TABLE FULL OF POWER TOOLS. THEY ARE IN STORAGE RIGHT NOW. ONCE I GET THEM IN PICTURES WILL BE POSTED!
COMICS & BASEBALL CARDS
FROM LONNIE SPEAS ESTATE
Unbelievable collection of Comics. Better pictures of the comics and baseball cards will be posted week of sale.
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All of the below and more with
Large collection of Marvel Comic books. The Shadow, Spider Man, G.I. Joe, Superman, Fantasti Four, Captain America, The Ne Defenders, Iron Man, Wierd Western Tails, Conan, Care Bears, Silver Hawks, X-Men, Air Raiders, Marvel Super Heroes, Detective Comics, Captain Atom, Thor, Conan, Our Army at War, The Terminator, Chip N Dale, Rom, The Avengers, Quincy, Sgt. Rock, Teen Titans, Muppet Babies, Our Fighting Forces, Archie, The Nam, Superboy, Jemm Son Saturn, Blasters, Chuck Norriss, Ghost Rider, Transformers, Bullwinkle & Rocky,The Warlord, Cloak & Dagger, Masters of the Univers, Walt Disner, Daredevil, Manhunger, Power Pack, Madballs, Starman, Doom Patrol, Wolverine, Silver Surfer, Justic Leage Internatiional and many more.
FROM THE LATE JOHN CROUCH FROM RICHMOND
(COLLECTOR IN RAY COUNTY)
(COLLECTOR SINCE HE WAS A TEENAGER)
MORE ARROWHEADS AND AX HEADS
GUNS (SELL @ NOON)
- Winchester 1906.22 Round
- Hopkins & Allen Arms 1901 .32 S & W Forehand Model
- Remington Model 4 .22 Short or Long Octagon Barrel
- Smith & Wesson .38 S & W “Lemon Squeeze”
- Dan Wesson Model 15 357 Magnum (needs reblued)
- Colt Police Positive .32 S & W
- Liberty Pocket Pistol .22 (nonfunctioning)
- Steyr 1917 9mm Largo Pistol (above average condition)
- Iver Johnson TP-22 (like new with box)
- Ruger SR 45 Stainless .45 ACP with case
- Winchester Model 24 16 gauge 2 ¾
- Steyr Model 95 Straight Pull Matching Serial Numbers
- Lafever Nitro Special 20 gauge Double Barrel SxS
- Winchester Model 37 .410 gauge Single Shot
- Cricket .22 Walnut Stock with key
- Enfield Mark 4 .303 British
- Central Arms 12 gauge Double Barrel
- Remington 1909 22 Pump Round Barrel
- CVA Buckhorn Magnum .50 Cal. Black Powder Made in Spain 1:28 Twist
- Winchester Model 370 28 gauge Single Shot
- Steyr 1912 Austria Rechambered to 308 NATO
- Winchester Model 69A .22 with clip
- Stevens Model 94 16 gauge Bakelite Single Shot
- Riverside Arms 12 gauge Single Shot 1913
- Springfield A3-03 30-06 (Complete Excellent Condition)
- Harrington & Richards Model 852 Fieldsman .22
- Riverside Arms 12 gauge 1913 Single Shot
- Winchester Model 67 .22 Single Shot
- Ranger Sears & Roebuck .22 Pump Take Down
- Western Field Model 25 16 gauge Pump
- Stevens Model 94 12 gauge Single Shot
- Remington Model 510 .22 Target Master
- Stevens Model 94 .410 gauge Single Shot Finger Grove Foreend
- Winchester Model 37 20 gauge Single Shot
- Marlin Model 57m .22 Magnum Microgroove with original Weaver Scope
- Marlin Model 101 .22 Microgroove Single Shot
- Ted Williams Model 200 12 gauge Pump (like new with choke)
- Savage Arms Model 72 .22 Falling Block Octagon Barrel Single Shot
- Ruger Model 77 Hawkeye .375 Ruger (excellent condition)
- Ruger Model 77 6mm Flat Bolt (excellent condition)
½ AMMO BOX .45 ACP AND OTHER MISC AMMO (TAKING INVENTORY NOW)
SCOPES, HOLSTERS, BELTS, SLINGS
NOVA B0W PSC
LARGE SELECTION OF MISC ITEMS
|John David "J.D." Adkins
(December 8, 1948 - January 22, 2018)
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John David “J.D.” Adkins, 91, of Richmond, MO died Monday, January 22, 2018 at Shirkey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Richmond.
J.D. was born on January 3, 1927 in Wakenda, MO to Elmer Franklin and Daisy Lillian (Stanley) Adkins. He married Nira Geneva Cunningham of Richmond on December 8, 1948; she survives of the home.
Additional survivors include; two sons and two daughters-in-law, Ron and Kathy Adkins of Lexington, MO and Danny and Kerri Adkins of Richmond; daughter and son-in-law, Sandy and Charlie Bowling of Richmond; one brother and sister-in-law, Stanley and Carla Grant of Anabella, MO; two sisters, Rose Kitchen of Bates City, MO and Betty Davis of Carrollton, MO; 8 grandchildren, Brian Adkins (Fallon), Derek Adkins, Samantha Adkins Calvert (Blake),Tammy Ash (Kevin), Carey Wood (Rick), Jennifer Williams (Brian), Jonnathan Adkins (Christin), Jordan Adkins (Jessica); 15 great-grandchildren, Hunter, Jase, Levi, Able, Axton, Kyle, Caleb, Carley, Tyler, Seven, Indigo, Gage, Lexi, Kenna, Jett and one on the way. J.D. is also expecting his first great great grandchild.
In addition to his parents, J.D. was preceded in death by two brothers, Dick Adkins and one in infancy.
J.D. first served his country in the Army Air Crop where he flagged in the planes. He then joined the United States Army and was in the Military Police. For his service to his country he received WWII Victory Medal, American Campaign Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal and Honorable Service Lapel Button. J.D. had a formal 8th grade education and was a self-made man who made sure his family was taken care of. He also went to school for appliance repair, electrical repair, and he was a mechanic. He worked for Benjamin Stables when he was young and loved horses. After returning from the service J.D. had many jobs which included a salvage yard with his father-in-law, working at Jackson Hardware in Richmond and eventually retiring from Ford Motor Company in Kansas City.
J.D. was a member of the Richmond V.F.W., The Henrietta Baptist Church and the United Auto Workers Local Union #249. J.D.’s hobbies and interests included combining, collecting eagles, knitting scarfs, loved westerns, horses and cowboys, enjoyed woodworking, fishing, camping, doing ceramics and he loved to whittle. He could work on cars and tell you what was wrong with them by the way they sounded. He loved sharing stories with everyone, especially his grandkids. He loved his family and taught them how to love and forgive and stick together because family comes first.
The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to either the Shirkey Hospice or to the Henrietta Baptist Church.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond. Visitation will be Tuesday, January 23, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond. Burial will be in the Richmond Memory Gardens Cemetery where military honors will be provided by the Ray County Veterans. Online condolences maybe left on our website at www.thurmanfuneralhome.com