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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 14, 1991, Hutchinson, Kansas                                BERNINA GOODBYE FRUSTRATION have made a special factory purchase ol a limited of HEAVY DUTY sewing machines from those who demand Iho very GUARANTEED performance on sheefs or layers of even sews on LEATHER These new machines carry a full 10-YEAR WARRANTY and are tor the beginner or advanced sewer NEW 1991 0ERNETTE MODEL you can choose Irom many including stretch stitch and mote make sewing again for only Hutchinson News July 14,1991 Page 2 Previously 95 Layaways accented Ot course we take While they last thru Saturday Nothing a MIDWEST SEWING S VACUUM CENTER ' N WHERE YOU BUY THE BEST FOR 316 Spencer of 1301 E. 4th) Kansas 662-6481 Cash and Carry ' are subject to change at any Railroad Landscape each each PLASTER BOARD 1/2" or 3/S" 4x8................12.35 ea. LUMBER 1x2x8 It. Furring ea. 1x3x8 Furring ea. Studs Stud ea. PARTICLE BOARD 3/8" 4x..................../.............*5.9? 1/2" 4x8..................................M.40 4x8..................................*M5 3/4" 4x..................................M.50 3/4" 4x8 High CONCRETE PRODUCTS 3/8"x20 It. ea. It. ea. It. ea. ea. CALL FOR 663-1612 INSULATION CELLULOSE 30 lb. ea. PANELING Large assortment ol paneling and moulding Up DOORS 24 & 30 32 It 36 HARDWOOD LAP SIDING 12" It. f 1 12" Wood ft. 4X8 8" 4x 8" PATIO DECKS & MATERIALS CALL US AT 662-6481 FOR PRICES ON QUALITY REPLACEMENT Continued from Page 1 and state in the center Cedar Crest has a she on a hill amid 244 acres of grassy meadows and wooded The home and tract was donated to the state in 1957 through the estate of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gov. Robert Docking refused to live saying the 1928-vintage mansion was too small and too far from from the Capitol Docking preferred the Victorian home at 8th and which had served as the governor's mansion since 1900. Gov. John Anderson was the first Kansas governor to live at Cedar moving there in 1962, said Karen mansion Mrs. Finney said she found framed photographs of Mr. and Mrs. MacLennan in the attic at Cedar and I brought those down and hung them in the she think they should have this recognition for their generosity to the state of The perks of the governor's office do not extend to private travel at state she When she and Spencer went to the Bahamas for a vacation last they flew on a commercial jetliner and paid their own Gov. Charles Robinson even though the state provides a passenger plane for the governor to use for state she we had taken that I would have repaid the state for the There may be times I would do I'm very careful about She also pays her own way if she takes a trip to deal with political matters that are not official state she Traveling to special events isn't one of Spencer Finney's favorite the state's said in a recent lived here four and we've not had even about 30 evening meals here Cedar he going someplace almost every night and coming The governor's scheduling secretary is now working on setting her speaking engagements for 1993, he hard for me to The weekend she was she was getting 200 to 250 invitations a She gave four or five commencement speeches this year at high schools and community It's different than the life they led when Mrs. Finney was the state he when they lived in their townhouse and led private lives after private life is you might I made the comment to a group of school during Drug Awareness was married to a politician 34 and it wasn't too bad until she became Now my private life belongs to your parents and You live in a you might While the mansion often is the site of special banquets and gatherings of everything from environmental groups to press with fine foods served in copious the first couple doesn't get to stock their ator with leftover shrimp and Barbecued he functions are they usually take all of it when they're he The Finneys pay for the groceries they although they gone grocery shopping together since the days before they moved to the he who worked for the we kept and she does most of the things like he keeps up with we I pay for the personal that kind of The budget pays for the die things we use for other When asked if there were a well-stocked wine cellar at the Spencer Finney no - we just have a small amount in a closet in the It's very mostly sM We keep things locked Having a household staff ahd governor's aides in their lives much of the time isn't always as glamorous as it might he J hard for me to get used to being waited to have doors opened for he J After retiring three years ago from a career with Santa Fe where he had worked in the records section of the railroad's Topeka he had gotten out of the habit of wearing white shirts and he I'm getting used to jit he just on the go all the Cedar Crest tough place for a family j Asphalt Tab 210# Fiberglass Class A Fire Rating 20-year limited warranty Large selection of colors sq 3 Tab 240# sq. 90# all ea. 15# & 30# Roll ea. By Alan Montgomery The Hutchinton News WASHINGTON - Former Gov. Mike Hayden says he enjoyed living at Cedar but there were some while a beautiful and nice and it really was a difficult place when you have a young Hayden in a telephone interview from his Interior Department office in were no neighbor kids right next to Neighbor kids don't just come over to watch And the house was 60 years old and required a lot of It was built by a gentleman whose family was already It is a very gracious and stately it lends itself well to small j Transcript J July 13 Hutchinson Burglaries and thefts City Kelly 804 Went 20th, Sherwood FM radio and 100 Upei from foot Backyard Under the Imagine jumping or diving into your own swimming You make every day a vacation without leaving the privacy of your own You save save save gas and add to your home's Call today lor Your 662-7616 1100-522-2051 NEW STORE 8:305:30 July 21 - July 28 Parade Car Displays Race Car Rides Miss Competition Autographs Hutchinson National Races Kansas State Fairgrounds HERE'S WHAT'S Hutchinton Art Association Membership Show July 14-August 21 Hutchinson Art Association & Gallery Kansas Softball Crown 3rd Log July 20-21 & July 27-28 Fun Valley Softball Complex Week Parade July 21 Kansas State Fairgrounds at 23rd & Main 1:00pm Hutchinson National * Thumper Races July 21 Kansas State Fairgrounds Grandstand 2:00pm SOON - Hutchinson Community College Theatre production of Agatha Christie's July 25-27 HCC Fine Arts Center 8:00pm For information on Hutchinson call toll-free from out ol but it is a difficult place for a young family to Now an assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of the Hayden draws a salary and resides with his family in a two-story home in a wooded neighborhood in Fairfax near Va. That location has its positive and negative as he Located on the bank of the Potomac the neighborhood blends in well with Hayden's love of a beautiful hardwood forest in the he already gotten my canoe out on the Potomac It's 100 yards to the Then there's the commute to He drives in his own through hectic traffic 45 minutes each to work a job that often is packed with briefings into the late afternoon and evening He has his own parking spot at the parking garage at the Interior Without the private it would be impossible to find a parking he quite a he leave home each day at 7 a.m. I'll get home at about 10:30. On an average I might get home at Unlike in even the simplest thing here takes an inordinate amount of You don't just run to the like back The sheer number of people here makes the simplest task very But he loves his he a challenging position a great department to be especially at a time when environmental awareness is such an It * is very good to be A lifetime lover of hunting and with college degrees in biology and environmental Hayden now finds himself overseeing the nation's parks ajd wildlife Part of the job will include getting out into tpe wild on a regular he i do believe it is important Jo get out of the to get out arid see the employees and to see so to better understand the that kind of he - Tracy Lynn 5411 South Whiteside bicycle from Kenneth W. 112 South L. 310 West 27th, tools from storage Mark A. 620 West 7th. B. 30-day tag 506 West vacuum cleaner from John E. 633 East 4th, license tag frm Anne Elizabeth 1712 North bicycle Irom Deborah A. 108 West 9th, cash purse while at 32ft West 5th. DUI Anthony Dale - 20, 935 East Apt B. Melvin Wayne 28,518 East B. Hutchinson Hospital Births BOY - July 11. Paul and Nellie Garden City St. Catherine Hospital Admissions Viola Nicole Cleo Jamie Garden Gloria Sondra Tina Dismissals Rachel Mrs. Leah Condo and baby Rhona Deanne Graham and baby Anthony Henry June Orland Everett Lisa Veda Garden Brady Sharon Minerva Angel Julia City Humana Hospital Admissions Gina Mrs. Ronald Dismissals Frankie Gene Mrs. Randy Hessman and baby Raleigh Mrs. Cyrus McPherson McPherson Memorial Hospital Admissions Nellie Maxine Dismissals Paula Marie Crandall and Little Opal Nellie of Insurance Age 40 17.73/month Age 50 33.74/month Age 60 68.34/month Jackson National Life 862-4015 Box 14, Hutchinson 67504 John Queen I The Hutchinson News j Southwest Medical Center j Births | GIRL - Mr. and Mrs. Bradly * BOYS - Mr. and Mrs. Larry 6Ju Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey | Admissions | Mrs. Jeffrey Daisy Mrs. Larry Mrs. Bradiy Laura Okla. Dustin Dismissals Robert Frank Long. Lft Mrs. Jeffrey Self and Colo. 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