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   Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Emporia, Kansas                                Page 6 DEATH EMPORIA GAZETTE EMPORIA KANSAS Monday September 16 1974 About Town Mrs Joe BrickeU Dies Joe D Brickell of Americus an employe of the Haynes Hardware Company for 15 years before she retired in J961 died this morning in New man Memorial County Hospital Funeral services will be at 2 Wednesday in Roberts BlueBarnett Chapel They will be conducted by the Rev Roger Peng pastor of the United Methodist Church in Americus jBurial will be in the Americus Cemetery Members of the family have suggested donations to a memorial fund to be established in the United Methodist Church in Americus Mrs Brickell was the former Thelma M Bircket daughter of H O and Jessie Andrews Bircket She was born July 8th 1905 in Americus and she was married I on Sept 20th 1926 in Marion Mrs Brickell was a member of the Americus United Methodist Mr and Mrs Lloyd Yoakem Burns Esther Pavton Mrs S O Somers 2020 Hun tington Road and Carol Hatalky 1018 Market were in Topeka VA at Saturday to attend a program and Edwin Schultz and Russell Davis china painting Emporia Mr and Mrs George Mary Lockhart of Blackwell Okla Delgene Boise Idaho Mr and Mrs George Jones and son Bob and Mr and Mrs Gary McKin ney McPherson Mr and Mrs Marvin Slabaugh Grainfield Mr and Mrs Ron Slabaugh Altam ont Mr and Mrs Darrell Slabaugh Cedar Rapids Iowa Mr and Mrs Glen Slabaugh Broomfield Mr and Mrs Pat Slabaugh Topeka Mr and Mrs Francis Redeker Olpe Michael Slabaugh Sharon Matth ews and Mr and Mrs Ronald Van Burén and children El Dorado James R Sehultz and Ray McQuerrey Kansas City Dr Doyle Denney Manhat tan Kayla Schultz and F G Stearns Haysville Crystal Deer ing Matfield Green Ella Mae Hammons Attica Mr and Mrs Clifford Peak Madison Mr and Church and the womens organiMrs Ross Long Wichita Mr and zation of the church She was Simpler Neodesha and ceded in death by one brother Walter and two sisters Edna and Winifred Bircket and she is sur vived by her husband of the home one son D W Brickell Americus one daughter Mildred E Troxell Shawnee Mission one brother H D Bircket Tucum cari N two sisters Mrs Charles Irma Mae Vestal De nver and Mrs Gus Lorena Hall Anaheim and four grandchildren Rick Terry and Lisa Brickell Americus and Bill E Troxell Shawnee Mission Former Emporian Dies News has been received of the Friday oi Joseph Hanks of El Dorado a brother of Mrs Jay Palmer and Mrs Thomas Phil both of Route 5 and an uncle of Mrs Leonard King 128 South Rural Mrs Frank Matheha 330 Sunnyslope and Mrs James Linn Rt 5 Mr Hanks who was born in 1899 in Nebraska was a former resident of Emporia Survivors include his wife of the home three sons one daughter three brothers Robert of Rosalia Owen of El Dorado and J of Houston and an additional sister Mrs Ray Gaff néy of Vernonia Ore Funeral services will be at Tues day in the BeitzCarlson Funeral Home in El Dorado and burial will be in the cemetery in Rock Cow ley County Ox ir ür Former Resident Killed Emporia relatives have been notified of the death Sunday of Kenneth O Duncan of Bellevue formerly of Lyon County Mr Duncan was fatally injured in an accident which occurred while he was working on his car He is survived by his wife Dolly and five children all of the home his mother Mrs Loren Duncan Seattle and four sisters Marie Parkhill and Mrs Walter Peggy Cunningham both of Seattle Mrs Robert Genevieve Kinnard Farmington N and Margaret Leffingwell Tulsa Okla Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon in the Green Funeral Home in Bellevue ft fr LONG SERVICES SET MADISON Funeral services will be held Wednesday for James D Long who was found dead Sun day noon west of Madison the victim of a truck accident The mishap occurred nine miles west of Madison on a road near the Browning Ranch The services wpl be at 2 p m Wednesday in the Wilson Funeral Home They will be conducted by the Rev Howard Busby of Lament Burial will be in Number Eight Cemetery Mr Long the son of Delbert and Ruby Travis Long was born Sept 25th 1944 in El Dorado and he was married to Patricia Horst on June 23rd 1923 in Madison He was a member of the First Christ ian Church in Moline and James SÚlBrown Post 24 of the Ameri can Legion in Madison He is sur vived by his wife and one daugh ter Amey Sue of the home his father of Madison his mother of Wichita and four sisters Mrs Ellsworth Joan Jones Corpus Christi Mrs Joseph Louise Wnderlich Stroud Mrs Jerry Donna Wnder lich Piedmont and Mrs Terrell Kathy Clark Enid Okla Mr and Mrs Ralph Moore New ton ft BELL SERVICES HELD COTTONWOOD FALLS Fun ft ft ft SLABAUGH SERVICES HELD COTTONWOOD FALLS Funeral services for Mrs Elmer Slabaugh who died Thursday in a Wichita hospital were held Saturday afternoon in the BrownBennett Funeral Home They were conducted by the Rev Robert DeYoe pastor of the Un ited Methodist Church The soloist was Mrs Robert Long and the ac companist was Mrs Lee Colling wprth Active pallbearers were Marvin Patrick Donald and Darrell Jones and James Schultz and honorary pallbearers were Glen Michael and Roy Slabaugh Larry and Dale Schultz and GaryMcKin ney Burial was in the Wonsevu Cemetery Relatives who attended from out of town were Chester Lutt and and Mesdames Garold and Roy Slabaugh Strong City Mr and Mrs Henry Slabaugh Rose Hill Mr and Mrs Elmer Slabaugh Eureka Mr and Mrs Walter Slabaugh Denver Hospital in Emporia were held Saturday morning in the Brown Bennett Funeral Home They were conducted by the Rev Thomas Robson pastor of the Un ited Presbyterian Church Active pallbearers were Richard and Glendon Barrett Marvin Matti Robert Mushrush Clifford Lake and Thomas Jones and honorary pallbearers were Emery Oldham Jack Campbell C K Jones Fred Riggs George Beaver and Noah Peach Graveside services in Prairie Grove Cemetery were conducted by Zeredatha Masonic Lodge 80 A F and A with Russell Sehwilling as Master Relatives who attended from out of town were Mr and Mrs Robert J Spatz Kansas City Mr and Mrs Edgar L Winter Ad mire James and Edwin Barnett Reading Mr and Mrs Carly Wyatt Clements and Lewis Wyatt Emporia FORMER RESIDENT DIES STRONG CITY Delmar G Young Farmers Meet Henderson of Galena formerly of Strong City died Sunday in Lub bock Tex Graveside services will be at 2 p m Tuesday in the Strong City Cemetery They will be conducted by the Rev Robert DeYoe pastor of the United Methodist Church The BrownBennett Funeral Home in Cottonwood Falls is in charge of arrangements Mr Henderson was born Dec 2nd 1903 in Centralia the son of J W and Louie Anna Martin Hen derson He was preceded in death by eight brothers and one sister and heis survived by his wife Leotta Grady Henderson of the home and several nieces and nephews Members of the Young Farmers and Young Farm Wives and three guests met Saturday evening at Kens Place near Strong City for a picnic supper ice cream social and dance The guests were Mr and Mrs Robert Barnhart and Linda Collinge and others who at tended were Carl Haag Olpe Mr and Mrs Robert Farrar Milton Spade and Harry Whitaker Read ing Michael Collings Jerry Wil liams Clyde Wolford and Messrs and Mesdames Harry and Dale Fowler and Duane Watts The next meeting will be Sept 25th in the Flint Hills Vocational Technical School Births Births of six babies in Newman Memorial County Hospital were reported today Mr and Mrs Harry Hanson Rt 5 are the parents of a son born Saturday Mr and Mrs David Shelton Cottonwood Falls are the parents of a son born Saturday Mr and Mrs James Ware Sev ery are the parents a daughter born Saturday Mr and Mrs Thomas Eddy Rt 1 are the parents of a daughter born Sunday Mr and Mrs Ronnie Long 916 Congress are the parents of a son born Sunday Mr and Mrs Omar Abuzeineh 138 West Twelfth are the parents of a daughter born today Also reported was the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Curran Phillips of Houston Tex The baby born Friday in Methodist Hospital in Houston was named Chance Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ernest C Torres 53 South Arundel and Mr and Mrs William Phillips of Houston ft ft ft HARTFORD The Music Boosters Club of Hartford High School will meet Wednesday at 8 in the music room Election of officers will be held The nominating committee consists of Mrs Ivan Smith Mrs Jack Scog gin and Mrs Earnest Owens Anyone interested in music may attend LEGAL PUBLICATIONS First Published in The Emporia Daily Gazette September 16 1974 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF LYON COUNTY KANSAS IN THE ESTATE OF MAUDE KAPP DECEASED Case No NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL You are hereby notified a petition has been filed in said Court by the undersigned a brother of said decedent who is named as executor in the decedents last will bearing date of July 11 1972 which is filed with said petition together with a codicil to said will praying for the admission of said will and codicil to probate and for the issuance of let ters testamentary to George H Fair You are hereby required to Ble your written defenses to said petition on or before the 9th day of October 1974 at of said day in said Court at which time and place said cause will be heard Should you fail therein judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition George H Fair Petitioner L W Raynolds rmnsel Mon Published in The Emporia Daily Gazette September 13 1974 NOTICE PUBLICATION OF INTENT TO ISSUE SCHOOL BONDS IN EXCESS OF SEVEN PER CENT OF THE ASSESSED VAL UATION To the Electors of United School District No 252 Lyon County State of Kansas You are hereby notified that the Board of Education Unified School District No 252 Lyon County State of Kansas will make and file its application with the State Board of Education together with proof of publication of this notice for permission to vote bonds in excess of 1 of the assessed valuation of tan gible taxable property within said school dis trict for the purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of 1 Adding boys and girls dressing rooms at the North building in Neosho Rapids and minor remodeling of present office and kitchen areas 2 Adding a food services kitchen dining area teachers preparation lounge room girls and boys toilet areas and lounge room girls and boys toilet areas and custodial storage area at the south building in Neosho Rapids 3 Replace the Hartford High School academic structure with a new physical facil ity 4 Adding a music room enlarging both the boys and girls dressing room facilities ad ding space to enlarge the home economics area and remodel both the home economics and library media center at Olpe HighSchool Gardening First fall meetings of two of the three sections of the Menninger Bible Class will be held Tuesday starting at 9 a m Both will be in the First United Methodist Church The first meeting of the third section with evening meet ings scheduled will be next Tues day Sept 24th in the home of Mr and Mrs Pat Hansen 2057 Hun tington Road Mrs Mary Price Foncannon Amarillo and her daughter Mrs James Howland Margaret Foncannon Herrington Hunting ton arrived Thursday and were guests of Mrs Otho Be hymer 811 State and Miss Barbara Corbett 1621 Berkeley Road On Sunday they drove to Topeka and were guests of Mrs A W Corbett at the Presbyte an Manor and the Robert A Corbett family Mr and Mrs William Eiden back 811 State have as their guest this week Mrs Eidenbacks James Cashion New York Mrs Cashion arrived Saturday Messrs and Mesdames Ray D Marsh 1628 Dover Road and L E Wesley 905 Lincoln have as their guest a former Emporian Edward E Grant Tacoma Wash Mr Grant brother of Mesdames Marsh and Wesley attended Em poria High Schol the College of Emporia and Emporia State Col lege where he played basketball and football Last Thursd Messrs Grant Ray Baird and Lee Davis drove to Oswego to see William Rapp who was basket ball coach of Emporia High School when they played on the team Mr Grant will be in Em poria one more week Mrs W T Brooks 905 Chestnut has as her guest her sisterin law Mrs Earl R Keesling Col orado Springs Mrs Keesling ar rived Thursday and will return to her home Tuesday become popular projects because items are sca and According to the calendar and prices are steadily rising Too the the moon phase involved we have freshf romthegarden vegetables just one more full week of this are superior summer of 1974 If every day is as M desk is bright with a pleasant as this Wednesday has bouquetoftheweekbutitismpre been we are in for a glorious modest than showy tiny pink treat Fairy roses with sprigs of white Finally the lawn was mowed phlox Though small it is full of Saturday evening and even then memories as Mrs Childers gave the soil was barely dry enough me the first plants of each The heavy growth made the Two or three mums have mower chug more than the manstarted up from the base but will ufacturer would recommend but not bloom I fear nor will the as by stopping at th irst chug and ters on any of the several clumps starting over there was no trou Hedge Is Planned ble In spots there was too much grass to leave so I used the rake The location of the new yard The rake is made so that it does fence has finally been marked off not harm grass roots and plans for a lilac hedge across I offered the piles free for baling the north are being studied There but got no takers so a new comis a fairly satisfactory row al ready along the west Two whites will be added Ellen Willmot a double and Ves tale a single Mrs Childerss favorite white I have a lilac bush with deep red buds then rosy red florets It is supposed to be Paul Thirion and may be Charles X will be purch ased as it is more of a red purple post pile has been started Our former ones were along the north garden fence The new one is at least 200 feet nearer the house It and the trash barrel will be screened by our largest lilac and possibly later by a white fence The granddaughters one on the West Coast and the other on the East Coast North Carolina are gardening and can ning like their female pioneer re latives In discussing the glass mason jars now sought by collectors we who are only interested not au thorities at all wondered when these jars came into general use Bert was sure that his mother used only crockery jars with openings into which a tin lid was set and sealed with beeswax poured on while hot Books Consulted In checking some of the old re cipes for using fruits I realized that the books were older than the granddaughters In one of them published in the early 1940s Pres ident Franklin D Roosevelt is sued this plea for food production Food is no less a weapon than tanks guns and planes As the power of enemies decreases the importance of food resources of the United Nations increases With this thought in mind we must further mobilize our resources for the production of Forty years ter gardens have Deeds Recorded Lots 16 through 20 in block 46 of Neosho Rapids have been deeded from Ralph and Susan Gunkel to R Richard and Judy A Carson who then deeded the land to LeRoy E and Charlene Moore the Lyon County Register of Deeds said today ft ft ft Robbers Interrupt Church Services KANSAS CITY AP Five armed men burst into the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church during services Sunday and one shouted Halt This is a stickup and nobody Police said about in cash and jewelry was taken from the congregation of about 100 p sons The Rev Wardell Williams who was just beginning his ser mon when the robbers arrived said Its going to affect our attendance No one wants to come where theyre going to get ft ft ft MADISON Mr and Mrs Charles Frentz of Kansas City were Saturday noon dinner guests of Mrs E M Engle and visited oth relatives and friends Mrs Frentz is the former Elaine Engle She and Mr Frentz teach in the Turner schools ft ft ft Use Gazette Want Ads and darker Now what if I find I already have it Buffon has grown well enough for me but has been stingy with its pinkish blooms Possibly Lucy Ballet will do better for me Pres ident is as blue as any but some prefer Firmament Community Calendar 5 Replace the present Olpe Grade School with a new structure and purchase site on which to place building within said Unified School District No 252 Lyon County State oí Kansas The total amount of bonds sought to be voted is and the amount of the excess applied for does not exceed This application will be made pursuant to a resolution passed by the Board of Education of said Unified School District No 252 Lyon County State of Kansas on the 3th day of September 1974 under the authority of Sec tions and 5 of 1974 House BUI No 1626 This application will also be presented to the State Board of Education 120 East Tenth Street Topeka Kansas at a public hearing at 10 oclock a m on the 1st day of October 1974 or as soon thereafter as the same may be heard Dated this 9th day of September 1974 Board of Education Unified School District No 252 Lyon County State of Kansas Seal By Glen Grieder President Robert H Davis VicePresident Daniel R Gardner Member Bob L Dunn Member Levern Love Member Norman Brinkman Member Attest Faye Herrick Clerk Mon 916 First Published in The Emporia Daily Gazette September 16 1974 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF LYON COUNTY KANSAS Emporia State Bank and Trust Company Plaintiff vs Wayman Enterprises Defendant Tuesday Theater College Theater p m First of four per formances Tickets are available in the College Theater Box Office Wednesday ARTIST SERIES Serendipity Singers Emporia Kansas State Col lege Albert Taylor Hall p m Contact the Special Events Office NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SÁÍLEOF for tickets SONAL PROPERTY Thursday LECTURE Emporia Kansas State College Planetarium Lecture DeWayne Backhus Peterson Planetarium p m Admission 25 cents Tickets are available in the Special Events Office Friday FOOTBALL Emporia High School vs Ottawa in Emporia Noice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an order of sale issued by the Clerk of the District Court in and for said county of Lyon in a certain action in said court Num bered wherein the parties above named were respectively plaintiff and defen dant and to me the undersigned Sheriff of said county directed I will offer for sale and sell at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand at the front door of the T Court House in the City of Emporia in said MINI CONCERT Pat Ireland Emporia Kansas State College county on the sth day of October 1974 at two Albert Taylor Hall p m Saturday BAND DAY Rick Matteson Guest Director FOOTBALL Cameron State vs Emporia Kansas State College Welch Field Sunday CONCERT Boys Town Choir White Auditorium p m oclock of said day the following de scribe pciional property to wit 1972 Dodge A ton pickup Adventure sones Serial No D14AE2U5aiW53 Daniel R Andrews Sheriff of Lyon County Kansas PUTNAM MANKIN 14 West Sixth Avenue Emporia Kansas 66801 316 3422662 Attorneys for Plaintiff i Mon 923 Hospitals Newman Memorial County Admitted Saturday Rosemarie Shelton Cottonwood Falls Marlene Hanson Rt 5 Cinda Ware Severy Clarence Lusk Olpe Vicki Ziesenis East gate Plaza Norma Mungle Neosho Rapids Connie McReynolds Burlington Dismissed Saturday DeAnn Findley 1342 Frontier Way Elizabeth Owens Meadows Nursing Home Shawn Heineken 612 West Sixth Carol Pear son 611 East Elmer Lendo Americus Mark Summers 407 Cottonwood Linda Combes Lebo Jesse Woody 900 East Logan George Kammerer Eureka Ricky Belshe 612 State Krissa Mayfield 1513 West South Charlotte Spain Cot tonwood Falls Admitted Sunday Cynthia Mejia 104 South Chest nut Julie Hilbish Rt 5 Al berta Hanna 1819 Canterbury Road Judith Long 916 Congress Emil Koenig Madison Ron Hunt 501 Commercial St Vera Obley 1106 Walnut Helen Schaefer Rt 1 Candee Powers Charleston S Helen Belisle Elmdale Jessie Rohwitz 928 To peka Patricia Saulters East gate Plaza Helen Carson 740 Arundel Rita Thomas 722 Watson Joan Peabody 1045 Grand Gladys Roberts 310 Sherman Phyllis Gress 1712 West Thirteenth June Col lins 1428 Prairie St Dismissed Sunday Linda Spillman 736 East Twelfth Betty Nolder 727 State Mike Bowen 1343 Fron tier Way Michelle Thomas Hart ford Maude Drummond 1317 Washington Irwin Horn 617 Union Susan Wilson Cotton wood Falls Charles Ritchey Madison Virginia Wessel 405 Elm Jeannette Williams 416 Neosho Marjorie Potter 1031 Mary Nancy Schoeck 1326 Grand Donna Naylor Rt 3 Edmond Ronsick Lincolnville Charles Johnson Hartford Admitted today William Zink Madison Mathilda Schade Cottonwood Manor Nursing Home Linda Abuzeineh 138 West Twelfth Erma Willis 905 Oak St Dismissed today Kenneth Ray 5 East Gary Donaldson 514 Rural Victor McCabe LeRoy LaWanda Grant 510 State llene Ouder kirk Cottonwood Falls Maggie Jones 2311 West Eighteenth Jodee Rogers Rt 1 Sylvia John son Madison Florence Wade 625 Arundel Daniel Eckelberry Osage City Lloyd Albin 304 East Twelfth Ave St Marys Admitted Saturday Enoch Lungren Osage City Dismissed Saturday Lucille Krueger 218 Union Ted Brewer Waverly Admitted Sunday Kenneth Knight Eskridge Warren Brooks 713 Neosho James Mowl 708 Peyton Linda Starr Eastgate Plaza Helen Rockley Olpe Paula Tor res 108 South Chestnut Mary Aguilar 1021 West South Ave Dismissed Sunday Robert Hoch 825 Union David Eldridge 1101 West Eigh teenth Donald Anstaett Osage City Edna McClure 615 Chestnut Lisa and Critobal Ramirez 120 Neosho St Dismissed today Helen Watson Olpe Fuñara BRICKELL Mrs Joe D Fun eral Services will be Wednes day at p m in the RobertsBlueBarnett Chapel Burial will be in the Americus Cemetery Rev Roger E Peng in charge FUMM Reward Offered For Stolen Clock AMERICUS The theft of an antique wall clock from the Americus Grade School has been reported to the Lyon County Sheriffs Office by Larry Hart Principal The theft was discovered on Sept 3rd following the Labor Day weekend Another burglary at the school had been reported prior to this A wall clock valued at was missing on Friday of the pre ceding week In neither instance was there any sign of forcible entry to the building The antique clock hung for many years in the halls of the Americus schools Noting its ab sence from the hall in 1972 a group from the P T A inquired about it and were informed that the clock was in a storage closet in need of repair Upon obtaining permission from the school board the P T A had this and another old clock repaired and cleaned and put back into service The brand name of the missing clock is Gilbert It is described as being about three feet tall with a brass pendulum on a wooden shaft The case is dark walnut with carved trim The dial is white with Roman numerals It also has a rotating dial which records the days of the year just inside of the numeral dialIt is between 65 and 85 years old and is worth about Anyone having information concerning the clock is asked to call Mr Hart at the school or any officer of the Americus Commun ity Meeting The school board of Dist 251 is offering a S50 reward for information leading to the re covery of the clock The Daily Report Thefts Vandalism An automobile burglary was reported by Rebecca L Wiltfong Twin Towers who told police that her car was burglarized between p m Aug 30th and p m Aug 31st while it was parked in a parking lot near her residence A tape player and 14 tapes as well as a carrying case and a jacket were taken from the car Loss was estimated to total Eureka Winners At Topeka Fair EUREKA The purple and blue ribbon winners in 4H com petition at the Topeka Mid Arnerica Fair from Greenwood County were announced this week by fair officials Local winners were Dana McLean blue nut bread Kathy Esslinger and Debbie Wiggins purple foram cake Joshline McLean blue foam cake Rose Cross blue blouse Farrellyn Bloodworth blue twopiece out fit Joanie Lawrence and Allison Miller blue outfit of three or more pieces Shannon Lewis blue sports outfit Madeleine Mil ler blue all occasion outfit De bbie Wiggins purple dressup outfit Patty Bloodworth blue dressup outfit Kelley Swisher blue tailored dress Kathy Es slinger blue suit Terry Hart and Kelley Swisher blue photo graphy Shane Lewis advanced original wiring blue Chevrolets Kenneth W and Ana Mae Rinker 1321 Washing ton Huey and Laura Bliz zard 104 West Mr and Mrs L S Jenkins Osage City Virgil H and Helen Ferren 22 South Commercial James Curtis and Isabelle Harris 2 South Merchant C W and Wilma Sobke 1210 Drury Lane Rose Marie Wells Susan K Tra cey and Sandra D Wells 2 Lakeshore Drive Handy Rental Company 3012 West Highway 50 Dale and Mildred Childers Another incident of vandalism Rt 2 Marjorie Maule Ameri was reported by Jerry M Shafer cus 821 Home wood who told police Others includedCooper B that a vandal broke a bug defleeand Judith Holmes 1312 Frontier tor on the front of his car while the Way Oldsmobile Sheryl K and car was parked in the T G and Y Lois McKinney 1927 West Twen parking lot between 8 p m and tyfourth PlymouthJames Saturday Damage was Douglas and Elayne Rosprov estimated at 728 Neosho Fiat Delorés and Christian Rindom Rt 5 The theft of in cash was reDodge James and Maribeth ported by GarnettL Hill 1761 Old Sturgeon 819 Sunrise Drive Manor Road who told police that Saab Natalie Peters and Joseph the money was taken from the Santaularia 1536 Berkeley Road physical education building a Pontiac Douglas E and Barbara Emporia State College The A Dill 7702 West Highway 50 money was taken between p Mercury Gary L and Eliza m Thursday and a m FriAce 1411 Oxford Drive Plym day outh Larry W and Linda M TMu it Hutchison Americus Plymouth Virgil R and Flora R Shel change reported the theft of a lenberger Bushong Dodge John hanging flower pot She said thai and Denise Noonan 424 South the pot was taken from the from Union Toyota Bias and Bar porch of her residence between e bara Ann Montemayor 532 Lin Thursday and Fricoin MercuryM F A Mu day and that it was valued at tual Insurance Company 1221 A i Tomahawk Road Dodge Alice A similar theft was reported bj M and Marion P Emerson 1425 Margaret C Miller 1738 Rural St Luther Datsun Somchai Va She said that a 12inch ceramic tanaphol 526 Opel flower pot containing a bloomini Charles W and Edna Marie Wal gerauum was taken between 6 p ters 724 Garfield Opel Charles Robert Hooper S Rural Pontiae Joseph F and Virginia Kurzen Admire Opel William N and Darlene A Judd Admire Mercury F R and Janet L Banz 2002 Greenbrier Drive Oldsmobile Mary J and Lillian Aufdengar ten 603 East Eleventh Plymouth Clifford L and Lois m Thursday and 7 a m Friday Loss was estimated at Another flower theft was re ported by Hanna G Brecht 105 Congress who said that a cir cular redwood planter was taken from her residence between p m Thursday and 8 a m Fri day It was valued at S5 Mildred M Richard Rt 5 re ported the theft of a bankbagfrom the Western Auto Associate Store 413 Commercial St The bag con tained only a pad of deposit slips The theft occurred during Tues day afternoon The extent of loss was not determined ft ft ft Fortyseven new cars have been registered with the Lyon County Treasurer since Sept 1st Fords John S and Paulette M CeVore Volks wagen ft ft ft Traffic Tickets Emporia police have issued traffic violation tickets to the fol lowing drivers Ralph M Maloney 9 South Cottonwood failure to display current vehicle registration Harold W Buckbee 1025 Mary failure to stop at two stop signs attempting to elude a police officer and driving in violation of a drivers license re striction Alan L Waechter 600 AMERICUS The first fall meeting of the Embroidery Club was held Thursday at the home of Mrs E L Hunsaker Twelve members and three Juniors were present A donation was voted to the Americus News The next meeting will be Oct 17th with Mrs Lewis Koerselman M Goodell 927 Neosho Vic Clark careless driving Alan tor R Robledo 2026 Gloria H Slaven 2024 West Sixth Hazel M and Wade L Hinds failure to wear eye protection 825 Homewood Harold S while operating a motorcycle and Marjorie R Gilbert 923 Gar and Lorrie E Miller 2010 West field Gary Paul and Mar Seventh failure to display jorie Kemper 1726 Trowman current vehicle registration Way Kenneth E and Virginia K Taylor 1428 Oxford Drive v j jy Ruth A Smith Rt 1 Harold D and Charlotte W Wonsor Rt 2 James M Kostner 1109 Me chanic B C and Helen A Stiner Rt 5 Duane and Janice Texascame Sunday evening for a A Birk 727 Sunrise Drive War twoweek visit with Mrs Walkers ren B and Lucile Greenwood mother Mrs C 0 Wasson Olpe MADISON Mr and Mrs Clarence Walker of Monahans Your Height In VÍSTABÜRGERS Just imagine You can be one of 4 grand prize winners of your height in Vistaburgers Nothinsr to buy just fill out a free entry blank at your nearest Vista Restaurant or DriveIn or use the entry blank in this ad Enter as manv times as you wish but register on or before Sept 30 1974 Winners will be notified by mail Contest open to everyone 18 years old or older 4 Grand Prize Winners Plus TOO Consolation Winners of 1 Vistaburger Each Clip and Brinsr to Your Nearest Vista Restaurant ENTRY BLANK VISTA WIN YOUR HEIGHT FREE DRAWING NAME ADDRESS CITY PHONE No 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