Peggy JelinekPeggy Jean (Jones) Jelinek was born June 9, 1933 in Anthony, KS. She was the youngest child born to Albert and Marian (Jeffries) Jones. She graduated from Anthony High School and later went to cosmetology school.She married Joe Jelinek on June 7, 1952 in Phoenix City, Alabama and to this union they were blessed with two children, Marilyn and Richard.Peggy spent several years working at Cessna and also had her own beauty shop in downtown Anthony, KS. Her most memorable years were raising her kids while working alongside Joe on the farm, custom harvesting, and managing their fertilizer business.Peggy was active in many groups within her community from the local Saddle Club to knitting groups. After retirement, Peggy and Joe spent time with grandkids and traveled some. She and Joe loved to go to the casinos along with their friends Chuck and Barbara Holomek. Peggy was very artistic and loved creating different arts and crafts. She painted, sketched, knitted, sculpted, basket-weaved, and sewed many clothes for her family. She also loved animals, especially her horse Billy Chick and dog Sparky. Peggy also enjoyed gardening beside Joe.Peggy died Sunday, May 27, 2018 at the hospital in Anthony, KS at the age of 84. She was preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Marian Jones; her son, Richard Jelinek; brother, Willis Jones; sisters, Nadine Clark and Genevieve Barber and two great-grandchildren.Peggy will be deeply missed by her husband, Joe Jelinek of Bluff City, Ks; daughter, Marilyn Osborn and husband Jerry of Oxford; daughter-in-law, Susan Jelinek of Anthony, KS; grandchildren, Stacie Osborn of Oxford, KS, Scott Osborn of Oxford KS, Sara Reneau of Medford, OK, Nicole Blair of Anthony, KS, Adam Jelinek and wife Jennifer of Bloomington, IL; great-grandchildren, Ariel Wilcox, Mikkie Neilson, Bradi Osborn, Dallton and Dalen Blair, Nicholas and Kaitlyn Jelinek, Richard Nowell, Raylee and Jesse Reneau; sister, Mary Ann Johnson and many friends and family. Memorials may be given in memory of Peggy to the Bluff City Community Building and left in care of the mortuary.Funeral services will held 10 a.m. Thursday, May 31, 2018 at the Schaeffer Mortuary Chapel, Caldwell.Interment will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Bluff City, Kansas.To share a memory or leave a condolence please visit www.schaeffermortuary.info Arrangements by Schaeffer Mortuary, 6 N. Main, Caldwell, Kansas.
Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T China Eastern has teamed up with Australian carrier, Qantas to create a new Asia-based budget airline, Jetstar Hong Kong. Serving short haul routes throughout Asia, the partnership will see the development of the Hong Kong based carrier expected to launch into the aviation industry from 2013 with a fleet of 3 Airbus A320s, expanding to 18 aircraft by 2015. Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said the new partnership would be a tremendous opportunity to service the greater china market. “Qantas have a relationship with China Eastern going back 20 years,” Mr Joyce said. “This is the first joint venture that China Eastern has entered with anybody and there are opportunities to build accessibility and expand the Jetstar brand in this growing region.” Jetstar Group chief executive Bruce Buchanan added that the proposition for a low-cost carrier is the right move and consumers can see the fit within the burgeoning Asian marketplace. “This is great for consumers in Hong Kong,” Mr Buchanan said. “Around the world, the profitability for short haul carriers is clearly there. There are advantages for the early movers, as seen in North America and Europe. We think Jetstar is that carrier for the Asian region.” Reassuring the Australian market, the low-cost carrier’s head noted during a media conference that the airline has no intention of moving Jetstar out of Australia. “Like all good Australian companies, we will be creating ventures offshore,” Mr Joyce added. “It’s about developing opportunities in overseas markets and new business in a new jurisdiction.” China Eastern chairman Liu Shaoyong also said he was excited to bring this travel option to the Hong Kong region. “Jetstar Hong Kong’s low fare model will enable people to fly more often for less and will help to stimulate the Hong Kong tourism industry and the broader economy,” he said. Expansion is playing a key role in the developmental success of Jetstar worldwide. “The franchising structure enables benefits and broader coverage in the Chinese market to roll over into our other Asian Jetstar markets and hopefully Australia,” Mr Buchanan noted. “In Asia, culturally and business-wise they’re all very different markets. So it’s a credit to the entire team that we’ve been able to crack this market.” The new lost cost-carrier aims to extend services from 80 cities to in excess of 200.