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   Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1953, Salina, Kansas                              Cuff stuffHundreds Of Youths Attend Funeral For Terry Hqmm Us still nut loolate lo enler this weeks Tip Contest Journal offers each week for school students attended j rooms at thefuneral home were lha four best news nr feature tps The first prize is Last weeks winner was Harold Grigs by HOJ JE Xorlh The 19 departments at the Salina Several hundred junior and seni The chapel and ail adjoining 1 home wcre people and 700 signedthe Today Ihe funeral Wednesday morning crowded with for Terry Ann Hamm 13 who was killed in a truck accident j register before the funeral More than 100 students in Miss jn the crowd were several ofj Hospital Admissions tVIsiiUg Hours 21 pm Anbury Mrs James Bryan Lurav Mrs Lloyd Maring Tes Kelley Bates 811 University Charles Shoffner Kipp Mrs Ed Ilamms ninth grade class at ihe girls who had been on school given perjsiumber party with Miss Hamm senior higii school are electing jssion by scnooi authorities toam who were injured in the Jciairmcn this week and selling up ward Blais RFD2 Mrs P T hePaxton 442 S 8th Mrs Glen Ro enne Blopmington Mrs Thomas Hostler 528 Fairview Steve Red their schedules for lhe year W A Katliff former Oskaloosa j wreck which occurred when lheyjlinfieri Tulsa okl perjWCre on their way home st Mrs attend the funeral Many others went without milsschool officials saidbut will The Rev w 0 Mutvaney oflacei523 w KirwinThomas Neff James Wai Vru33ist is acting manager of the Crowndrugstore in Saliria this jwek while the regular manager Ralph Hill is vacationing jbe permitted to turn in written at the service used the s 23rd Psalm as the text Yof his Express Again Dean Iva Zimmerman wasscrmon among Lincoln high faculty memj Mjsg Hflmm lhe bers who attended the funeral I and Mrs Zj Hamm i937 Most of lhe teachers had to rlHGebnardt Mr Hamm injured duringthe main in class long line that filed past the young j Yost Ray Kmzie and 1 Keim VM girls bier WICHITAjnA modern pony exjSCO stood on the walks press will carry a message from during the funeral They formedajL GOV Arn atTopeka to l nw lhe rounelYi tor Keeler in Wichita next weck I Its to publicize the Caialcadc Tof Kansas historic pageant to bo presented OcL Un at Wicnta Sponsored bythe Wichita Hislon j cal Museum Association the pa ccant includesin its cast volunteer ipiayers fromallparts of thestate First riderin the recreated pony i Tcxpress will leave lhe south stops the state Capitol Building atTo pcka at9 am Saturday Then fresh ridersand imres will Jake up the relay at one mile in in a dash Hint is expected to average 28 milesan hour in actual running time In all 212ridersand as steeds have been registered forthis week ends run which will end in Lawrence Stadium Mayor Keeler will ride be Tore fans at theseventh annualj Jaycee Rodeo to receivej the pony express pouch j Major points in theexpress route i Jnclude Carbondale LyndonOsage iCity Reading Emporia OIpe Hamilton Madison Eureka El Do rado and Augusta At each such point brief cere monies are planned witli civic lead ers adding their messages to that of lhe governor Recht C 0 jiams GG3 S JZth Helen iNichols 322 S Connecticut William Trowbridge 120 S Chicago Mrs Liilie Cooiey 809 N Cedar Doris Burnett Front Hospital Dismissals Asbury Mrs Carl Miller 1323 N 4th Gail Gish Minneapolis Maynard Watktns 127 W Jewell Davis Annis Abilene ih baby girl G25 Sioth Deborah Billings fi06 YCloud Mrs Winferd Goff Es lesPark Colo Mrs Robert Tol son boy 500 N13th St Thomas Neff 6C8 S 12th Mrs Eugene Burgess 4000 r Vour Dale LAMKRS Annraiho Kinpire with Ills Falicy Lees Summit Mo trainer Mrs Resplendent Parade Horses Add Glitter To Salina Show A spectacle dating back lo Mrs Preston fvj LI Col Bruce JIart manager of Cafe 830 N 9th had a right tobe suspicious Last or Tuesday1 She toldpolice sonieonebroke into a machine and swipedan undetermined amountof quarters On the afternoon of one of those days Mrs Legg told policeWed nesday she changedabout Sio worth of quarters for a nian whom she laterbecame susi Ipicious of Sometime early Wednesday iourglars again hit the cafe E LincolnMrsSL McKeeSol have ilsmodernl jbmon MrsManuel Gomples Salina Donald Legg 4thMrs PaulJepsen and baby girl 228 DCS Moines Jessie Jones Pioneer Motor Court Mrs Arthur Morisette405 Bishop J jfj0y Mr arid Mrs James iVal lace 532 W 22 7 IB oz at St Johns f BuiJdiiig Permits Howard E Disney private ga rageat 904 S 2nd S500 Co ga rage addition to dwelling at 1301 Horse Show scheduled for Kenwood ParksAgriculture KailOct 14 The Parade Horses will again appearat the show Respiendent in silver and gold trappings and mounted by cos tumed ridersVthe parade horses usually bringapplause from horse Fire Damages Kaycee School Hart Named Deputy Base Commander Lt Col Bruce E Hart who be This time MrsLegg told ofjNorton O ficers the intruders gotfive box Doug las Inc oneJamily es oCcigars and50 cents in S4th TV Ahteiina Permits James Egan 229 E JewellCapt nics Police are investigating Salina Women At Wichita Meet Thirteen members of the Wom ens Golf Association at Salina Country Club attended the oneday gan his service career with an injinvitational tournament at the Wichita Country Club Tuesday They were Mmes Grove r 1antry regiment and has flown 45 combat missionsover Korea has been assigned as deputybase com mander at Smoky Hill Air Force base modern If I chHSavmgs Loan Major Guernseys Condition Better The condition of Maj R Guernsey St Johns Military11 school instructor injured in a trucklr train collision was reported imf proved Wednesday at Dickinson County Memorial hospital Abilene i Major Guernsey underwent a1 major operation Tuesday His physician said hewas steadily im proving but that his condition rei mained critical i A passenger with Major Guerni scy Cadet Grant Torbit Pueblo Colo was described as doingj fine Torbit suffered two broken ribs and scalp wounds in the ac cident 1 The crash occurred at the high way K18 crossing northwest of Tal mage when the truck in which the two were riding collided with a Santa Fe train Wednesday Sept 231953 Page Saliua Journal QUALITY DIAMONDS For Fine Eating CAL Flight Times Changed Continental Air Lines day announced time changes on jfour flights through Salina ef fectiveSunday Horace Andrews station man ager said the changes were necj essary to adjust schedules Northwest Kansas savings andstandard time in areas which go loan officials will begin their anmtjoff daylight time Sunday fallgroup meeting at 9 am Friday Flight 65 to Hulchinwn Great in the Lamer Hotel Bend and Denver will take oif at Mayor is now leaves at ed to give1 the opening address to Local service flight 157 across show audiences The competition is not limited to led to givelhe opening aaaress 101 the performance or excellence oflan expected 40 persons Kansas Colorado will leave at the mounts butis judged on the Representatives will be from am10 minutes earlier than effect of the entire outfit j Kansas Sixth districtw h i c nitric present schedule 66 to The Parade Horsecomes from stretches north to Nebraska and I Manhattan Topeka and Kansas City will leave at pm and FOOT STIAIN AND INROUIHC ANKLIS becriused by misfit shoes and shoes which do not properly support the feet FootsoPorts patented construction features and special graded lasts insure perfect fit for any size or width FOOTSOPORT SHOES HEALTH SPOT SHOE STORE 221 Smith Simla Fe 7non I the Roman spectacles which prej westto Colorado ceded a call to arms Presiding officer will be Cecil In this country however it Hays who is an executive relatively new class having beenicommitteeman of the Kansas Sav night 64 at am introduced as partpC the Tourna ment of Hoses parade in California w F CommancheUiringtlie 1930s Harold Brown 315 E Republic Kansas Horses Famed Faye Canning 135 N College Thad Barhydt 205 E Beloit R T Blood 528 Sunset Dr Colbert Simpson 336 Overhill P M Mat donald 208 Greenway EarlFree man401 W Kirwin Lee Church man137 N Front J L Parks 323 S 8th Dr Leo J Shaefer 700 Simpson Lon Cox Florence GrizJHighland Lewis Hiward Dunham WG Smoot Franklin A Adams Goure 250 aMorrow 428 E v KANSAS CITY He has been with the 310th Bonicross Lee Marshall Howard Eng r ibardment Wing as inspector Franfc Barbce L S Nelson rhe Holmes 1 Elementary School was damaged Wednesday by a fire which roared through the upper floor The roof was destroyed but the first two floors were notdamaged t July He Col Leslie Farnham who left andAthur cently for a new assignment French Morocco Lt Col Hart began his career 7 l M in September 1940 when heenlist Schoo officials sadthe school rcgiment 1 J would be closed for an indefinite E ClaflinP 208 E Beloit C Lawless 860 Seneca Deeds Recorded MnDunham won low grosser am Rfies Md 18 holes with an 86 Jfrs Art pil lingham wasrlbw netwith 82arid Mrs Grover Simpsontied for low regiment honors a of 45th Infantry division After For 9hole playe3 Mr Grizelle reaclnngtherankof buck gros anahad low putts Until this fall the school was e commisaon It known as the Bcntoh school Howwasn December 1942 when he ever when it was turned over his commission and Pi Negro children at the beginning now holds a Sem0r school the name was changed Motorisfs Safely M Big Help MCPHERSON W Charles R Kruse of StLouiscredits a front seat safely belt with saving him pilots rating During World War 2 he served in the Mariana Islands as a and Mrs Adams hadlow net Area Optometrists Meet In Salina from five towns j A Optometrists piot and was stationed in 1 including Salina were m balma and England merG Griffith 644 S 9th Gale W Doner and wife to H R Kennerly 4th loton west side of Roach on Republic Harley H Schroeder and wife to M R McDonald 633 S 4th Marriage licenses Theodore EJohnson 49 Grand Junction Colo Lillian Mae McNeely 39 Salina Courts Police John Eylar Penwell 20 Parade Horses reached the mid dlewest in 1941 at Kansas City Kansas in particular has been the home of outstanding Parade Horses The present worlds charri ings and Loan League Several To peka officials willalso be present Eve Stevenson Heads Cherokee Eve Stevenson has beer chosen president of the reorganized Cherokee council The club madetip1 of the four pion Nick Highland wasdevisit to his grandmother Mrs at Salina high school and veloped Staley 224 N Front as an excuseUie four upper grades at Sacred i go out on the town i Heart school iscosponsored by John is the son of Mrstnc and the ililCA and isj under the direction of Mrs Mary i Too For Coats Nick Highland is the only horse lo win for years in the American Royal Parade Horse competition in Kansas City John Frye jr 3 used a Tuesday John Frye Salina The youngster left his grand Jo Taylor and HarryHansen and has done the same thing atjmothers neighborhood about lOJ other officers are Gerold Culey the Salina show Hell be back in Salina this yearinan attempt to make itthree in a row and Heavenly Gold mafesowned byJames A Davis Hutchinson will alsobe in Salina The horse which led President Eisenhowers inaugural parade in Washington last January Anaca cho Empire owned by H B Lam er Hays will also be in competi tion here There will be an event in the Parade Horse classeach night of the Salina show with the cham pionship stake decided Sunday night at the shows final perfor In 1D50 lie joined the 98th Bomb for meeting of the North Wing in Japan Operating from FtRiley speeding and running Central zone of the Kansas Opjslop sign 30bond forfeited Mil Japan he flew 45 B29 combat mis sions over Korea and was assigned tometric Association Here from out of town were as a squadron operations officer Drs Byron Babb president of the dred Williams 40 338 W Cloud speeding dismissed by court Helen Margaret Carlin 121 S 2nd by from serious injury in an automo bile accident Distinguished Flying Cross Bronze Star Air Medal with i three clustersAmerican Defense Kansas association and Bob running stopsign dismissed Acaverling Wichita R H Oberjcourt James W Melchi 32 1622 Kruses car and a ruck Campaign Asiaticpa i US 81 near Moundndge Tues i on U S 81 near Moundridgi day Kruse wearing the safely escaped with minor cuts bruises cific Campaign World War 2 Vic tory Medal Korean Service Medal and Kansas Bull At Show HUTCHlNSOiN7 grand champion bull of thenationalAb ercleenAngus Cattle Show here is 105 owned by theSimon Angus Farms Jfadison Kas The national show is being held in connection with the state fair and has 250 animals entered John M Son Lamed owns Hid grand champion lnll of the Hereford ireedalthc BalUeMixer 30 The champion Hereford female 1 is FF Proiid Duchess 43 owned by I Foster Farms of Rexford Kas Attendance at the fairthe first f threedays totaed 240000The an nual event closes Friday entering the service he attended the Universityof Denver Jin 1935 and Colorado State College of Education in 1936 He is a native of Kiowa Colo Lt Col Hart and his wife Helen have two children Beloit Wilburn Morris sr and Art Glenn Russell Wilburn Morris jr Manhattan Salina doctors at the meeting were John Anderson L C Heck R J Falta R D Hensley and Don Patterson Kansas Draft Call Lower TUt Saliha Journal lite Dhil Published Dally except Saturday 2013 West IrortSnlina Kansas Entered us Second Clans mattrr nt Postortice nt Salina Kansas fcct or March T IS71 Wliillo AlKlIn tclitor KurlC AVooilnard llu Incxn Mnnigcr MEMBGK The Aiaoctaacl Prcas IB entitled ex clualvoly to the ujie for publlcntlon o Hll local news i nnpcr i pntrhci u well nil AP neia dli I Hfrlrf In Single 5c Sunrtay lOrX One weeK 30c or Jlso month ft f In Vontlu 3 Month OMfeur 11300 I Monthi 1700 Oiw XonHi llM U you fall to Journal In Salioa dial Weekdays between and t 7130 pm j Sundays between I and 10 am TOPEKA November draft tiuota of 314 men has been set for Kansas Maj Gen Joe Nickell state Selective Service Director an nmiriccd Wednesday It compares to September and October quotas of 348 and 339 re spectively Cypress running stop sign S5 fine To Give Civil Service Exams am with a neighbors dog Rustyrjjrst Mary Ann Two hours later theboy and Mjze secretary and Dorothy were found at SantaFe and treasurer quite content with the mornings Gay Dilling when Groves Mary Rita found He said heleftit down byjwarreh Connie Zook and Mary adventure John wasminus a coat the river Too nice a day Tuesday for coats Crime Rate Up In Kansas Cities WASHINGTON WVThe crime rate in Kansas cities was up Ann Garham Sophomores Warren Culley Nancy NickelsonMary Ann Mize JudyPeterson Bill Sheldonand Harold Marcolte Don Longhoffer Rita Pratt Dorothy Serrault Eve Stevenson Tom Young andMary Louise Holke Seniors Bruce i Our Orange BlossomDiamond Club is the answer to your problem Give her a lovely diamond On the Clubi easy plan Coma in and let us explain how it works yjJitoo i invf W LIII it 4 Probate Estate of Edith Miller tion announced that closed andA F Miller discharged as executor F Sarah Carlin Gerold during the first six months of thisCuUeyt JIary Fcitj jerry Weis year compared with the similar ancj jjonnje period of 1952 the FBI Bycities the report showed thej number of offenses known to police during the1 JanuaryJune The personnel division of the i period this year compared with state department ofadministra cruelty Divorces Granted Dixieann Clifford Giles extreme gross neglect Utilities Change of E Woods 13th from 150 S Cherry Hiawatha Youths Get Scholarships LAWRENCE Jl Two Univer sity of Kansas freshmen both 1953 N Clark applications are now being ac the first six months of lastyear report for either period robberies 4 and cepted for several welfare andno report burglary or enlemgs prnritv nosilibns G4 and 70 lhefts ovcr S 6 antl employment security positions Examinations will be given in Giles vs Salina Oct 24 graduates of Hiawatha High School have been awarded H 0 Middle brook scholarships of each They are Richard Allen Schroff who is studying engineering and Gary Lee Snodgrass who is begin ning apremedicine course Middlebrpok has given three scholarships to outstanding grad uates of Hiawatha High School for the past nine years Recipients may attend the school of their choice Choir To Appear At Grid Game But Not To Sing The Kansas University Philharmonic choir will make ite first appearance this year in Sa lina at theKWUBethany football game Saturday night No place for a choir Well its ail right The group will be selling hot dogs and peanuts to earn money for its trips Choir activities during the year will include concerts in churches throughoutthis area several Sun day tnpi and the annual 2 week tour in the spring This year the group new wine colored robes worn with gold stoles Ltated Officers of the choir art Bill Houston ili Fairview president Vic Van Meter Ada business man ager lean Harmon Concord m secretary and Bob Spears Colo rado Springs Colo itreasurer Other choir Kamonn Bornrtt RFD 2 Tom Bowman RFD 3 Broww S4 s 3th tjiurencu Creath 410 N Brosrtway Ida Crldef 1712 Highland Bud ornnt 919 w Ash Robert Haitbrlnlc 110S Highland CircleMadeline Hodgson WO Highland Lemar 11 S Phillips Jacque line Payne909 8 10th Catherine Price HO B Iron i Marilyn Taylor ISM S fltli Beverly Trapp 10th Bar Wagner 8M W South Pat Webster M03S 9iJi Sarah Wyatt932 gherldan John ItorrU 108 Woorflawn Donna Bell Eada v ro o Vaxlnft Bcnally Kramlngtonv N M Martha Bol linger Abilene DICK Brattlof Wharton N J Mary Caaselrnani Colorado Colo Heltmcilck cookiJEI Dorado inalnilCorman Tencott Carroll Cyr Kay DOUKIIM from 8L1VS S Clark Dora Lee Wooton toJU S Front from CleveD Miller to 748 Highland from756 Highland Amis Seals to 449 S 8th from 1205 W Crawford M C Morse to 757 Sen eca from 720 Willow drive D W Billing to 845 S Trorit from 512 Griffith to 664 S 9th from 636 S 11th Doufsch lo252N9th frohi BrooklynNY Benjamin P Start jr to 763Choc taw ifrom Sacramento Calif George Simmons to 250 S 3rd from Culver Franklin K Lane from 837 Hancock to Merced Calif Joseph E Jefferson from 873 Hemlock to Houston Tex W A Recs from bVM S 9th to Linc oln Kans Thornhill frorr 764 Osage to Clarksdale Missi KonuM Ortiwry Nnr tonj BivrllnncK Colo Jonhtnn Trlolilid Colo i tandrt Kail JK fruneM Wllmi Iji Antmiti Colo Otna Knurr Jnull LoytUdy Ajh lind MirHr Mmpron MaHlya NoriHtrom Xary Robtrr Beatrlct nelolt Donna witak Atillene eilnor Wiley Wlnior Sprlnirtleld Colo and Ciclli Positions open are visitor weli fare director class 5 county field representative public child welfare work 1 and 2 field representative child field representative for fiscal officer 3 inter viewer 1and veterans employ ment representative 1 Examination announcements and applications can be secured from the personnel divisionstate department of administration 801 Harrison Topeka Completed ap plications should be returnedto the personnel division by Oct 10 to be scheduled for these examin ations OK Osage City Water Plans TOPEKA If Plans tnccifi cations and cost estimates for im provements 1n the Osage City mu nicipal water reservoir were ap proved Wednesday by the state Corporation Commission The city proposes to spend 37 DM to remove silt deposits from Uw reservoir thereby increasing storage capacity by about 32 mil lion cations Send yonrnewi lip lo The Salina 19 thefts of under i and 173 and New Course At High School A Humanities course is being offered forthe firsttime this year at theSalina senior high school Robert Gcrber is the instructor The course seeks to give students a cultural background of civiliza tion 190 auto thefts 16 and 24 Kansas 5 and 2 robberies 52 and 42 aggravated assaults 37 and 42 burglaries and enterings 255 and 303 thefts of over 145 and 119 thefts under 568 and 550 auto thefts 125 and 167 no reports for either year robberies 4 and 2 aggravated assaults no report and 2 burglaries and enterings 62 and 30 thefts of more than and 23 theftsof under 19 and 171 thefts 21 and 27 1 and no re port robberies 40 and 42 aggra vated assaults 37 and 22 burgla ries and enterings207 and 152 thefts of over 82 and100 tlieftsofunder 393 and 437 auto thefts 50 and 64 4 arid 6 rob beries 50 and 34 aggravated assaults 94 and 73 burglaries and enterings 406 and 520 thefts of 242 and 289 thefts of under 1109 and 1021 auto thefts 165 and 205 Journal in prizes every week led Connie Taylor Heads Pep Club Connie Taylor Salina high school senior has been elected president of the school s 2W mem ber Pcpperette cheering club Bonnie Gawith junior is the vice president Janice Cornwcll was named Joan Lorson and Ruth Stoll are the sponsors Members and ma roon costumes Most of the members are girls hut more boys arebeing recruit Italian Unions Call For Strike TtOME MVCommunists and non Communist unions called millions of Italian workers to strike for peiiods of iip to sUhours begin ning at midnight Wednescti support of demands for higher pay and increased job security MayDelay Labor Appointment WASHINGTON MV Sen H Alexander Smith RNJ said Wednesday the appointment of a new secretary of labor might be i delayedfor several weeks 4 95 16 PC Starter Set Special NewLow Price ALSO OPENSTOCK I BARTON WEBSTER JEWELER 123 Santa Fc East Sidp of Strwt   

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