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   Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1968, Emporia, Kansas                                Page 6 THE GAZEITE EMPORIA KANSAS Wednesday September n 1968 ABOUT TOWN Two property transfers were recorded Wednesday in the office of the Lyon County Register of Deeds Mr and Mrs Harry W Chabin have sold property at 1407 Sean to Mr and Mrs Bill J Duffy Mr and Mrs George R Lindsay have sold property at 519 Rural to Mr and Mrs Ar thur L Hopkins The perjec gift fot OUT loved ones serving in the armed forces Like a daily letter front home The Em poria Gazette Call Dl 24800 today and inquire about OUT special serviceman rates adv Mr and Mrs Garland Selby 6l7Vj Comercial have re turned from their summer home in Sioux Lookout Ontario Cana da Bargains Galore Public Auc tion Saturday j park ing lot yth and Mechanic Sponsored by HiNoon wanis A dinner and card party for members of the Emporia Country Club will be held Sunday eve ning and reservations are to be made by Friday Mesdames Don ald Blair and Edward Price will serve as hosts and hostesses When you are packing your bags for your summer vacation dont forget to pack The Gazette also so that you can keep up with the local news of this area Call Dl 24800 and give us your summer address so we can add your name to our sum mer mailing Five members of the Womens Golf Association of the Emporia Country Club were in Topeka Tuesday to attend a luncheon and invitational tournament at the Topeka Country Club They were Mesdams Lloyd Jones Dale Ro mig Richard Bennett Leahman Faulkenbury and Hal Hollem beak Score awards were won by Mrs Faulkenbury for low putts and Mrs Bennett low net and table prizes were received by Mesdames Romig and Hol lembeak Woods DX has moved to 6th and Market John Woods invites his friends to come over to see Mr and Mrs Louis Cain 328 Sylvn returned Tuesday from Beatrice and Lincoln Neb They attended a reunion of the 355th Infantry Regiment a World War I group held Saturday and Sunday in Beatrice then were guests of relatives in Lincoln Have a tasty treat double cheeseburger for only qic at the KuKu Corner of oth and During the past five working days Postmaster Victor L Im Masche has taken an intensive tour of a wide rural area around Visit Hawaii During Long Vacation Trip ALLEN Mr and Mrs Ray Mclnnes have returned from an eightweek vacation In California they visited Mrs Mclnnes sister Hazel Skaggs and members of her family at Sacramento a cousin Mrs Ernest Gilbert at North Highlands a niece and family Mr and Mrs Everett Parks at Visalia a cousin Mrs Donald Saueressig at Atasca dero a niece Mrs Richard Ohl son and son at Colton Mr and Mrs Art Jones at San Bernar dino and Mr and Mrs Charles Schmidt at Yaciapa and a ne phew and family Mr and Mrs Wallace Mclnnes at Riverside On August 9th they left Los Angeles by plane for a 15day tour of Hawaii visiting in four islands the Maui Hawaii Kauai and Oahu In Maui they toured the Lahaina the historic whal ing center and former Royal Capitol of the Hawaiian Islands and the lao Valley Gorge Jn the volcanic land they saw the active Kilauea At Kona in Hawaii Island they boarded a ship for a cruise along the coast to the Royal Burial caves Royal Sudes and the mon ument of Captain Cook In a glassbottomed boat they viewed the tropical fish and coral reefs and saw native divers perform under the water While in the slands they went through a pineapple cannery a dress factory and a monkey pod tree dinner was the Hawaiian Luau where the food of the natives was served After returning to the mainland the Mclnnes visited Hoover Dam the Zion National Park Bryce Canyon and both the north and south rim of the Grand Can yon They spent a few days in Pueb lo where they were guests of Mrs Mclnnes brother and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs Pearl L Shellenberger Marriage License Issued A marriage license was issued Tuesday in the office of the Ly cn County Probate Judge to Jes se Thomas Burns 19 Madison Barbara Jean Porter 19 Wichita Emporia It covered the five rural maU routes operated out of Em poria In addition to inspecting the hundreds of mail boxes Post master ImMasche a former grain man also observed the fall crop prospects and current field work Garland Selby specialist in fine Color of Life portraits Appointments begin Sept Selby Studio 6iyYi Commercial adv Try a delicious KuKu Coney i8c at the KuKu Corner glh Merchant adv Robert Knoeppel son of Mr and Mrs A E Knoeppel 610 West Seventh has enlisted in the Marine Corps and went to Kansas City Tuesday evening to report for duty He will be sent to the Marine Training Sta tion at San Diego for in doctrination Mr Knoeppel lias been employed in The Gazettes circulation department while at tending the Teachers College Sounders Garden Club will have Country Market Satur day Sept in front of C Penny Store Baked goods garden plants containers dried material other items adv A meeting of the State Board of Kansas Conference on Social Welfare will be conducted Fri day in the Ramada Inn in Em poria according to Mrs Ellen Welch president of the organiza tion Approximately 35 persons representing private and public social agencies are expected to attend the daylong meeting she said A china painting workshop will be held Friday in the Recrea tion Center according to Mrs Reuben Hammer who will be the teacher The session will start at Gunman Hijacks a Canadian Airplane MONTREAL AP A pas senger armed wih a revolver forced an Air Canada Viscount to land here today and the air line agreed to fly him to Cuba after refueling The 17 passengers and two stewardesses aboard the plane bound for Toronto from Saint John were allowed to leave The gunman stayed aboard with the pilot Capt Ronald Hol lett and First Officer Dennis Leach and demanded to be flown to Cuba We had no said an Air Canada spokesman Hes holding a gun on our The spokesman said the four engine turbopropr will have to refuel en route to Cuba proba bly somewhere in North Caro lina The gunman whose nationali ty was not known pulled a gun on a stewardess and forced her to accompany him to the cabin where Hollett and Leach were at the controls At first he demanded to be flown directly to Cuba the air line said Told that there was in sufficient fuel he consented a re fueling stop in Montreal The airline spokesman said the gunman told the crew that the Central Intelligence Agency was after him The stewardesses were Bever ly Atkinson and Chris Waud All four crew members are based in Toronto Quiet Demonstration Held at University URBANA m AP Some 500 students including whites and Negroes gathered at the University of Illinois Student Union Tuesday night to protest a 7 closing then left with out incident A rampage in the Iliini union lounges Monday night resulted in the arrest of 300 Negro stu dents on charges of mob action Police who made the arrests after the students refused to leave the building at closing time also confiscated such makeshift weapons as screw drivers metal rods and pipes said Chief Harvey Shirley of the Champaign police The students and some Negro town youths said their refusal to leave the union Monday night was to protest housing arrange mems and scholarship policies for Xesroes in a program called Project SCO Project the special edu cation opportunities program is financed by the university and recruited disadvantaged youths mainly in Champaign Urbana and nearby communi ties a university spokesman said The protesters smashed furni ture and chandeliers and muti lated 10 portraits of university presidents during a threehour occupation of the lounges police said None resisted arrest offi cers said An Ilini union official said the lounges would be closed for weeks for repairs Police esti mated damage at Use Gazette Want Ads ALL presidential nominee Richard M Nixon second from left appears on New York City platform to day with fellow New York Republicans who pledged their sup port for his election after opposing him at the Republican con vention From left are Gov Nelson A Rockefeller Nixon Mayor John V Lindsay and Sen Jacob K Javits Lindsay and Javiis who had supported Rockefellers candidacy joined with Rockefeller in display of party unity in backing Nixon AP Legionnaires Hear Talk on Seabee Role in Vietnam An information program on the role of the Seabees in South Viet nam was presented last night at the meeting of BallMcColm Post No 5 of the American Legion Harvey Joe Glines an equipment operator now on special Seabee recruiting duty talked and pre sented a full color and sound film showing the Seabees in ac tion hi Vietnam He was assisted by his commanding officer Cap tain Gene Yarber of the U S Navy They were introduced by the local recruiter Roy D Armen trout Mr Glines pointed out the prin cipal role of the Seabees in Viet nam is building roads and bridges They also build and ex pand schools and orphanages and teach the Vietnamese construc tion skills while they are doing it Seabees are trained to fight so they can defend themselves and their equipment Many ques tions were raised both during and after the talk Several announcements pre ceded the program Membership for 1969 now is 650 well ahead of the pace set last year when the post reached an alltime high of Paul Burris 50th Anni versary chairman announced the highest spot in the new Jones Park had been staked out for a flag pole A tentative design of a star shaped base made of na tive stone has been suggested Before construction actually be gins all veterans organizations will be asked to participate in the project The pole and base will be ready for dedication on Memorial Day Mr Burris also outlined the joint American Legion Veterans Day program to be held on the Civi Auditorium lawn Music will be provided by the Emporia Plainsmen junior drum and bugle corps and the pro gram will feature the dedication of Freedom Trees to be planted on the auditorium before Nov llth and special recogni tion of 50year American Legion members If the addition to the Post No 5 clubrooms is com pleted by that time an open house will be planned after the pro gram The guest speaker has not yet been selected It was also announced that a special Fun Night party has been planned for Saturday Sept 2Ist for members and their guests Mr and Mrs Chris Bonczkowski have returned home after a twoweek visit in Stroudsburg with her sis ters Mrs Joe Bush and Mrs Huida Klasinski Hospitals Newman Memorial County Admitted Tuesday Esther Rice 707 Peyton Williams Hartford Ce cil North Madison James Chil dears Rt 2 Dorothy Bronson 1241 Magic Circle Drive Denise Coen 1109 Consttution St Rich ard Potter Strong City Marilyn Middlebrooke 1750 Trowman Way Hilda Gants Melvern Mil dred Batson 401 South Commer cial St Dismissed Tuesday Glenda Lynn 425 Neosho St Admitted today Ef beth Bledsoe Strong City Darrell Dodge Americus Vicki Potter 404 Rural Leroy Pearce 801 Clark Mary Jones Osage City Margaret Vogts Olpe David Shaw 1502 Highland Kathleen Under wood Matfield Green Dismissed today Lucy Knight 619 West Sec ond Sidney Symes Elm dale William Choate Virgil Gordon Crofoot Strong City Ste ven St John Allen Katie Ling enfelder Emporia Rest Home Hattie and Everett Nevitt 10 State Gladys Williams Ham ilton Richard Potter Strong City Lizzie Worth Cottonwood Falls Harry Crockett Burling ton f i St Marys Admitted Tuesday Sharon Nelson Ri 5 Marie Boes Madison Joseph Tholen 1324 State Bernard Marko witz Olpe Dismissed Tuesday Margaret Weaver 406 Sylvan St Admitted today Virginia Shaw Osage City ir Oil Leases Filed The Mack Oil Company Dun can has obtained gas and oil leases on 13 Lyon County prop erties according to documents filed Tuesday in the office of the Lyon County Register of Deeds The properties are located in areas north and south oí Admire and south of Bushong The leases were granted by Mr and Mrs Raymond A Ssveeí Mr and Mrs Clifforci E by Mr and Mrs Earl G Lyd dane Mr and Mrs E P Clay ton Mr anci Mrs Rex F Burns Pearl L Swett and Mr and Mrs Junior R Gillispig Mr and Mrs Ross Wittridge Sarah A Eld red Mr and Mrs Lewis C Da vis Mr and Mrs C C Steba Mr and Mrs Preston G Tay lor John W Taylor and Mr and Mrs Warren L Spade Si HAMILTON Water Hol land and his sister Velma Wich ita visited Mr and Mrs Charles Guman sunday afternoon Advancements and Badges Awarded at Troop 15 2 Meeting Localettes Swimming Program Delayed Because construction and Boy Scout Troop 152 of the Paintini nave not been complet of Mr Myser and several cous First Methodist Church had an ed on the pool the Fwimming ins Donald Kobe Is Dead Donald Robe who had moved recently with his family to the former C H DsLong farm place northeast of Emporia disd unex pectedly this morning in Eureka after suffering a heart attack He and his wife the former Peg DeLong were closing a hardware store in Eureka which they liad owned and operated for many years Mr Rcbe the son of Roy R Robe 1730 West Fifteenth liad been a resident of Em poria for a number of years be fore he went to Eureka Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Blair Colonial Mortuary Y i f Myser Services Friday Funeral services for Mr asid Mrs Paul Myser formerly of Emporia who drowned Monday night in a state lake near Inde pendence will be at Friday in the Zion Lutheran Church in Independence Grave side services will be at Friday in Maplewood Ceme tery Both Mr Myser and Mrs My ser were reared in the Empo ria area He was a son of the Irte Mr and Mrs Joe Myser of the Toledo community and she was the daughter of the Inte Frank S Reider an earlyday Emporia watchmaker and jeweler and Nora Henning Reider Among the survivors are tsvo daughters I ila of the home in Indepen dence and Anita of Bartles ville Okla Surviving relatives in the Emporia area are Mrs Clair Edmiston Americus a sister Brickell Graveside services in the Americus Cemetery were conducted by BallMcColm Post 5 of the American Legion with Joseph Burenheide as chaplain Taps were sounded by Wayne Weeks and members of the color guard were Thomas Sutton George King William Harriman John Miller and J A Lawrence Outoftown relatives who at tended were Mr and Mrs Murl Kimmel Robinson and Arthur J Ericsson and Mesdames Har ry Baker Mallein and Hen ry Price Ernporia vv Lone Beach Picnic o On Sunday Attracts Former Emporians active summer as evidenced by the advancements and merit badges awarded at a Troop Court of Honor Monday night in Fel lowship Hall in the First Meth odist Church A Tenderfoot Investiture Cere mony officially initiated two new scouts Pat Flood and Kip Pat terson Tom Carter Terry Crawford Larry Dayton and Randy Mor riss advanced to Second Class rank Brent Anderson and Bruce Horton advanced to First Class David Crawford advanced to Star rank and Curtis Gibson and Mitch Sexton advanced to Life rank Jim Harrell received a cita tion as a Report to the Nation Candidate from the Sojadi Dis trict and was alternate candi date for the Jayhawk Council Mark Shook received a certifi cate as an official Scout Life Guard A large number of merit badges earned during the sum mer were awarded The automo tive safety merit badge went to Bruce Horton and Steve Spade a safety merit badge to Gary Gale Steve Spade and Richard Phillips Home repair badges to David Crawford and Bruce Hor ton and Richard Phillips re ceived a firemanship badge Mu sic badges were awarded to Steve Spade and Mitch Sexton Hiking badges were awarded to Tom Nelson Craig Garrison Bob Birchard Curtis Gibson and Kim Patterson rowing badges went to Steve Spade and Kirk Hale Richard Phillips received a lifesaving merit badge and David Crawford a swimming merit badge Curtis Gibson re ceived a camping badge Gary Gale a merit badge for soil and water conservation and badges for citizenship in the community and nation were awarded to Gary Gale and Mitch Sexton Mile swim awards went to Dean Blevins Tcdd Hunter Bob Birchard and Brad Stauffer Thirty seven Camp Jayhawk patches were awarded to mem bers of Troop 152 for camp at tendance this year In addition to this two scouts spent 10 days at Philmont Ranch in New Mex ico program sponsored by the Em poria Recreation Commission has been postponed until Sept 2lst The program had been scheduled to start this Saturday Openings at VT School A few class openings are avail able at Flint Huís Area Voca tonal Technical School for stu dents who would like to attend the school Morning openings are available in auto mechanics dental assisting graphic arts machine tool trades and indus try vocational agriculture and wedding Afternoon classes still open are auto mechanics build ing trades electronics graphic arts machine tool office educa tion and welding Students high school or post high wishing to en roll in these classes should call the school at Dl 26404 or Dl 2 THE RIGGS FUNERAL DUNLAP Funeral services for Dewey Riggs were held Sun day afternoon in the United Methodist Church The Rev Theodore Inman pastor of church was in charge as sisted by Rev Ira Nicklin a former pastor Nellie Boyer was the organist and Barnard Lee Francis Edwards Lee Hayes and Harry E Wirsig sang Alfred Ketcham Jim Edwards Dewey Edwards Bill Kealy Roy John son and Gene Prttchard all were the pallbearers Burial was in the Dunlap ceme tery Relatives from out of town at tending the services included Messrs and Mesdames William Riggs Kansas City Riggs Raytown Riggs Cecil Kahle Carl Win gert W S Finney all oí Em poria Frank Ketcham Alfred Ketcham Mr and Mrs Enes Sexton and Mesdames Charles A Young Carrol Kenny and Special Employes The Emporia Post Office has two new postal assistants under Special Youth Employment pro gram which permits students to work up to 16 hours a week They are Miss Rae Lynn Kush daugh ter of Mrs Clint Webber 2410 West Eighteenth and Miss Julia Eileen Mounkes 912 Sun rise Drive daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence D Mounkes Miss Kush is working at the downtown post office and Miss Mounkes at the Detached Mail Unit 315 Con stitution St f f Bikinis a Problem Bikinis are baffling local Hi Noon Kiwanians as they pre pare for their charity auction Saturday Not only bikinis but more than 100 dresses and other womens apparel have been do nated by Wilmas of Emporia and Pratt Should the dresses be auc tioned off one by one Should they be divided by length sizes or colors and then auctioned by lots Some people have urged ap The 42nd annual picnic for for mer Emporians living in Califor nia was held Sunday in Houghton Park in Long Beach and attend ed by 115 persons Guests were Mr and Mrs Jay Robinsun cur rent residents of Emporia Har old Hunter Denver and H E Lamb Yakima Wash Californians who attended were Mr am Mrs Humer Ma ty Anaheim Mr and Mrs Rob ert i Logan Gilman Mr and Perry Cora Johnstonn Maxson Ethel Maxson Clara McConilay Arthur Oliger and Percy Junes Long Beach Mr and Mrs J E Charlene Holden Coyne Covina Mr and Mrs Gordon Carolyn Holden Brown Lawndale Helen Colwell Smith Alfred Huff and Lela Hil Alham bra Mr and Mrs Ward Elkins Chula Vista Mr and Mrs Charles Goddard Cutver City Mr and Mrs John Logan Bever ly Hills Olive Holland Charles Mihm Mr and Mrs Robert Tyler and Messrs and Mes dames James Alcox and Mar vin Lee and their children Los Angeles Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson Mr and Mrs David Protheroe and children Fred Brisco and Mr and Mrs Ther on Harriet Joy Miller Ingle wood Tom Oliver Canoga Park Mr and Mrs Wayne Brecht and family Redondo Beach Earl Clements Chino Jess Cook Cu dahy Mr and Mrs Lee Rhoades and family Costa Mesa Mr and Mrs Frank Stair and family EÍ Cajón Vernon Russell Gladys Crump White and Mr and Mrs F F Crump Ontario Lester James Lamb and William Cook Down Danny ey Mr and Mrs Dick Cannon and family Ñoco Mr and Mrs Duane Clinton and family Gar dena Mr and Mrs Si Pratt Pomona Mr and Mrs Rollo Velma Bugbee Cochennet Co rona Mr and Mrs Gene Eliz Warren Daharsh and Miss Euabeth Hickox Green Lynwood genia Young from Americus Mr RUth Hill Jostyn HollywoodMr and Mrs Murel Mercer and Roy Lamb Council Grove Mrs Clyde Featherston Mr and Mrs J W Butler and Mr and Mrs Rich ard Hylton and Mitchell Wichi ta Mrs Merle Johnson and Mr and Mrs Hubert Hawthorne and Nada Bushong Leroy Pritch ard Salina Mr and Mrs Cliff Speer and Nancy Arkansas City Mrs Johnnie Baumgart ner and Mr and Mrs Bill Kealy Topeka Mr and Mrs Dewey Ed wards Abilene Mr and Mrs and Mrs Charles Marie Wilson Green San Diego Warren Brown Garden Grove Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson and chil dren Huntington Beach and Mr and Mrs Thomas Cunning ham and family Xonvalk The luncheon was preceded by an invocation by Perry Max son and followed with a busi ness session conducted by Hom er Macy Services in memory of the late Jack Crabtree Jones Leo Leaf and Charles Mr e Berniece Fulton Manhattan Mrs Clifford Edwards and Mr and Mrs James Edwards Junc tion City Mr and Mrs Roy Donovan and Roy Donovan Raytown and Mr and Mrs Ken Ford and daughters Green wood Mo and Mrs Macy and Mr and M Eugene Green were elected to serve as officers for the 1969 re union Stolen Lon County Sheriffs officers MRS THOMAS JACKSOX DIES Wednesday recovered car MATFIELD GREEN Mrs stoen Tuesday evening in Deer Thomas Jackson a resident of Matfield Green since 1904 died JVlrtJ uvillf OLT f j pointment of a committee and Tuesday evening n St Marys Birt is High Honors Are Won by Lyon County 4Hers at Topeka Fair Lyon County 4Hers have taken at least 21 high honors at the MidAmerica Fair in Topeka The Home Economics judging team won the fair competition from an entry field of 42 Team members are Eidene Kitlle Sunnyside 4H Club Trecia Wise Cloverieaf and Virgilcne Thomas Model Boosters Barbara Whccier ac companied the team as an alter nate Four Lyon Countians earned purple ribbons in exhibit compe tition In the crops division Jay Pearson of the Badger Creek Club took a purple ribbon with an exhibit of corn Cynthia Gasciie Busy Beavers won a purple ribbon with a suit entered in the complete costume divi sion Jody Stuttle of the Merry Mix ers Club earned a purple rib bon in the simple camera class of the photography division Bar bara Jones Walnut took a pur ple ribbon in the skirt and blouse class oi the school clothes divi Blue ribbon winners were Ei Kittle Sunnyside home im provement bedroom class Ter ry Mallein DUCK Creek Pals clothes for special occasions best dress class Sharon Van Cleave clotiics for special occasions gar ment of woo class Diane Thom as Busy Beavers quickhread Viola Edington Busy Bees cof feecake Kathy Scott Model Boosters chiffon cake Mike Kuhn Admire garden crops five different vegetables class Lyn ette Lewis Sunnyside planning a wardrobe vacation or travel class Rita Beyer Model Boost ers school clothes school dress ctass Debbie Wingerl Model Boosters school clothes school dress class Kaye Phillips Sun fiower school clothes school dress class Janet Blaufuss Hap py Harvesters refrigerator cook ies Tanya Wilson Sunnyside complete costume suit class Penny Pedersen Rinker school clothes skirt and blouse class and Bruce Pearson crop exhibit sorghum class Mr and Mrs Jack Bronson 3421 Magic Circle Drive are the parents of a daughter born Tues day in Newman Memorial Coun ty Hospital IUr and Mrs Dan Middle brook 1750 Trowman Way are the parents of a sen born today in Newman Memorial County Kospua Mr and Mrs Robert Jones Osage City are the parents of a daughter born today in Newman Memorial County Hospital Mr and Mrs Ray Lee Vogts Olpe are the parents of a son born today in Newman Memorial County Hospital Mr and Mrs Dale W Greiner others are hoping their wives will volunteer to offer some sage advice Evicted Tenant Leaves Landlord Some Souvenirs KANSAS CITY AP An evicted renter left behind a few reminders of his occupancy Sgt John Paul and patrolman Gary Russell answering the home owners plea for help found two large lizards both about three feet long a dead rattlesnake and in the base about 300 white rats some caged some running loose The animal shelter removed the lizards and said they would return for the white rats It was a python seven feet said Sgt Paul We las soed him with a piece of rope and got him into his Hospital in Emporia and beige Thundcrbird parked ing C H Waterman Rt 1 reported an abandoned 1963 black Funeral services will be at 2 and Thunderbird parked p m Friday in the Community along the road one mile south Church They wll be conducted and one mile east of the by the Rev Donald Paden 1 crossing on the Santa Fe railroad will be in the Matfield Green Cemetery The BrownBennett ck on the cars registra Funeral Home in Cottonwood Falls is in charge of the arrange ments tion revealed that it had been re ported stolen The car had been vandalized It is registered to Mrs Jackson was the former Jimmi LRobertson Deering Lou Naylor daughter of Andrew and Maude Duncan Naylor She was born Jan 13th 1893 in Dadc County and married on Oct 15th Í912 in Coltonwood Falls Mrs Jackson was a mem ber of the Community Church Fair and Cool Weath TOPEKA fAPiMorc fair and unseasonably cool weather was and the womens guild of the predicted for the nextcoupleof church and she had been custodi v v Ann Arbor formerly of Charged After Accident Lmpona are the parents of a daughter Allison Gave born Monday in an Ann Arbor hospi tal The grandparents are Mr and Mrs Wendell W Greiner Muivane and Mr and Mrs F Earl Baker Wichita Mr Sgt and Mrs James C in no 0 Charged After Accident Charges of driving while intoxi cated were filed Wxinesday in County Court against Phillip R Johnson 1425 East Sixth Ave The charges are the result of in vestigation of a onecar accident Hull formerly of Emporia are Monday night on the Santa Fe the parents of a son Donald Cur tis born Tuesday in Omaha where they have lived since May Sergeant Hull was the Air Force overpass on East Highway 50 which involved the car Johnson was driving Charges of driving were filed against Wil Recruiter here for 18 momhs be Ham H Newman Topeka also fore he was transferred to Oma as the result of accident investi ha gation Newman was the driver in a onecar accident which oc HAMILTON Mr and Mrs curred two miles east of Allen E E McAntee Empoia Mr on Highway 56 Sunday and Mrs Elton Davis Quenemo fr were Sunday dinner and supper Gazette Want guests of Mr and Mrs Vincent want ThüL Get Quick Results an of the church building for the past 20 years She was preceded in death by her husband who died Oct 18th 1951 and by three brothers and one sister She is survived by hvo sons Chester and Felix of Matfield Green one brother Berlc L Naylor Wichita one sister Mrs Ralph Garrctt Ottawa one srnml daughter Mrs Robert iJenn Reidel Huntsviile and two greatgrandchildren Nancy and Juanita Reidel V McAULEY SERVICES HELD AMERICUS services for Chester McAuley formerly of Americus who died Saturday in a Sabetha nursing heid Tuesday afternoon in the United Presbyterian Church They were conducted by the Rev John C Bush for mer pastor of the church The soloists were Mesdames Bush and Joseph Brickell the accompanist was Mrs E L Hunsacker and the pallbearers were Warren Da harsh Clifford Baissman Harold Kitzenberger Leslie Stewart Donald Brasier and Joseph in Kansas The Weather Bureau said today that light and variable winds in the eastern portion would shift lo southerly Thurs day producing only a slight warming trend Memorial SMITH Funeral services for Wilard J Smith will be Thurs our ciiapsl with liov Jack T Barron of ficiating Interment will be m the Memorial Lawn Cemetery BLAIR MUKTUARY   

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