Farmers Insurance Agent in Arkansas City, KS
As your local Farmers® agent in Arkansas City, KS, I provide people with protection at an affordable price. My commitment to you is to help you understand your coverage options so you can chose the plan that best fits your specific needs. As your risk adviser coverage facilitator engineer, I have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options--whether that's auto, home, life, business insurance, and more. Come visit our office, located just west of the Union State Bank on Fifth Avenue.
Give me a call at (620) 442-6121 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Years of Experience
I have over 29 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.
Emporia State University and Winfield High School
Arkansas City, Winfield , and Cowley County
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It all began in 1928. The big depression was on the way and everyone was blue and discouraged. The old Petroleum club was above Peterson's Drug Store and most of the businessmen ate lunch there. After lunch they sat around talking or playing a game of cribbage.
One noon John Floyd, Clyde Boggs and "Pat" Sommerfield were sitting at the same table. They decided something new was needed for the town - maybe a fall festival of some kind to help the morale of the people. Halloween sounded like a good time. The idea caught on and they approached Dusty Rhoads, the live wire secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. A citizen's meeting was called, committees appointed and the first Arkalalah was off to a flying start.
A prize of $15 was offered for a name. Mrs. J.W. Moore wrote "Arkalalah" on a strip of paper. Ark, for the town and alalah, the Indian word for good time. She tossed the paper aside thinking it wasn't good enough. Mr. Moore thought it was; he turned it in and Mrs. Moore received the prize and honor of naming our annual fall festival.