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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Arkansas City, Kansas Sod it an d cd. All social items must be reported within three Days to be certain of publication. Those brought in or sent by mail must be signed by the sender and include address and Telephone number. In reporting items for the Calendar Day and hour of the meeting not publication Date should be Given. Pictures for engagements weddings or Golden weddings should be 3inches wide Black and White Glossy prints. They will be returned intact whenever possible and should be picked up within two weeks. All weddings must be reported within to Days to assure publication. Please Telephone society items Between 9 00 and 10 30 . To Gwen Fisher society editor of the traveler Telephone i 2-1030. All other items Travelette births deaths and funerals Church and general news should be called in to the news department i 2-4200. A a a the traveler Deann Hanshew to repeat vows with Michael Reeves \ Calendar of coming event saturday we i Barracks and auxiliary 6 30 ., vow memorial buildings women bring vegetables desserts or salads. Sunday past Noble grand club s p.na., mrs. Chris Hudson by. 4 covered dish dinner bring covered dish and table service. Monday social order of Bea Ceant family picnic 6 30 masonic Temple. Bow club 6 30 ., Fellowship Hall Central Christian Church. Postponed Navy mothers picnic scheduled for monday evening is postponed. Honoured on 90th birthday Deann Hanshew or. End mrs. George w. Hanshew 601 n. Third st., announce the engagement of their daughter Deann t o Michael Wayne Reeves. 621 George Washington blvd., Wichita son of or. And mrs. Thurston d. Reeves it. I. The Yedding will be aug. 20, at 7 In the first methodist Church. All friends and relatives Are invited. The Bride elect was graduated from Arkansas City High school in 1965 and attended Colorado University Boulder. She plans to attend Wichita state University this fall. The prospective bridegroom was graduated from Arkansas City High school in 1962, and Cowley county Community Junior College in 1964. He will attend Wichita state University this fall. He is presently employed at Boeing. Memorial Hospital notes admitted Claude r. Bean Newkirk. Mrs. Ida f. May 725 w Chestnut ave. David Tharp it. 3. Donald d. Cutsinger 3 11 n. Second st. Mike Starr 225 North c st. Alvin Wells 307 n. Third st. Mrs. Jack Flottman it. 4. Dismissed Bettyjo Jackson 1218 n. Ninth birthdays Eddie Stevens Towles son of or. And mrs. C. E. Towles 120 s. Ninth st., celebrated his 14th birthday saturday july 16. St. Sondra Lou Popchoke Oxford Eliza Washburn it. I. Granville h. Hawkins it. I. Jack Larson it. 2. Mrs. Robert Mckay Haysville. George e. Sybrant 225 s. First st. Mrs. George w. Nottingham it. I. Mrs. Jerry j. Wood and daughter 1323 s. Summit st. A Century ago chief Sequoia invented an 85-character alphabet that helped his Cherokee tribesmen to learn writing More easily. Births Semi annual shoe Sale now on at shoe Mart Shook to or. And mrs. Charles c. Shook it. 2, a girl born at 11 10 . July 15, in memorial Hospital weighing six pounds to ounces. Mrs. Callie m. Coyne 835 South b st., a retired Arkansas City Public school teacher was honoured wednesday with two courtesies on the occasion of her 90th birthday. She was a luncheon guest of miss Ida Wooley and mrs. Violet Rinehart 426 w. Fifth ave., that afternoon and that evening neighbourhood friends gathered at her Home for a Surprise party. Other family courtesies were held during the week. Calling during the Surprise party wednesday night were mrs. L. V. Miser mrs. Eldon Richardson a mrs. Charles Guinty mrs. Tab Richardson mrs. Roy Williams mrs. Bob Olson mrs. Monroe Lowrey mrs. John Collyar mrs. Robert Taylor mrs. Harvey Rountree mrs. Ben Moon mrs. Lee Williams mrs. Phillip Gregory mrs. Jim Gillum mrs. Buck Lewis mrs. Richard Bays mrs. Robert Jordan of Edmond okla., mrs. Josie Wheeler mrs. William r. Brewer and mrs. Brian Coyne. Mrs. Coyne came to Arkansas City to teach in the elementary schools in 1919, following the death of her husband Edward Joseph Coyne in 1918 at Columbus Ohio. She retired from teaching in 1947. She is a native of Bonner Springs kau., and received her education at Florence Kan., and at the state teachers colleges in Emporia and Pitts Burg and the National Institute of elementary education in Chicago. Eighth Grade fees Are posted Book rental next term will be $9 the newly proposed fees for eighth Grade students of Arkansas City Junior High school for the 1966-67 school year have been announced by supt. Lloyd Shank. The proposed fees Aras follows a Book rental fee of $9 will be charged this includes text books costing approximately $22.-50, current event papers 60 cents visual education film rental50 cents and science research association Reading materials 50 cents. A Towel fee of $2 will be charge ged and an Art Supply card for materials Only will require a $1 fee for first year students and a $2 fee for second year students. A fee of $4 will be charged for a Metal shop Supply card including metalwork and electricity charge is for materials Only and a shop Supply card for first year printing students will require a $1 fee for material used. All fees for band orchestra and glee club have been eliminated. A fee of 50 cents will be collected for general lockers and girls gym lockers which is a Deposit Only and will be returned at the end of the school year upon the return of the lock. The following books purchased by the school and included in the Book rental fee of $9 listed above Are English literature $3.84 English grammar $3.39 social studies $3.90 and mathematics $3. These books will be used by boys and girls. Books to be used by boys Only include Industrial arts three books on the subject areas covered $5.62 and general science $2.52. Books used by girls Only Are. Foods $4.21, and clothing $4. The total Cost of the books used by boys in the average subject Load was $22.27, with the total Cost for girls being $22.25, the fees collected for an eighth Grade student in the 1965-66 school year amounted to an average of $13.75 for each boy and an average of $12 for each girl. The fees collected for the 1965-66 school year were As follows Book rental $9 which included the Towel fee of $2, and a paper fee of 35 cents. A fee of $4 was collected for boys in Industrial arts 83, and a $1 fee was collected for boys in printing 81, with these fees covering Cost of material used. A fee of 50 cents was collected for band or orchestra students with the fee for glee club being 75 cents. The fee collected for Art i students was $1, with a $2 fee required of Art ii students. A fee of $1 was collected for girls gym lockers with 60 cents refunded at the end of the school year upon return of the lock. For general lockers the fee was 75 cents 50 cents of which was returned upon return of the lock at the end of the year. The Arkansas City Kan daily traveler saturday july 16, 1966 pure s higher ups for real these Are the five pilots who have been picked to Start training for the manned orbiting Laboratory expected to be launched in 1968. Photographed at Edwards air Force base calif., they Are left to right capt. Robert f. Overmyer sumo capt. Henry w. Hartsfield jr., Usan it. Robert l. Crippen us capt. Karol j. Bobko. Usan and capt. Charles g. Fullerton Usan. Burris to or. And mrs. Harold Burris it. 4, a boy bom at 11 10 July 15, in memorial Hospital weighing eight pounds one ounce. Travelette mrs. Laura Hills g e u d a Springs underwent surgery july 15, in memorial Hospital. She is in room 201. Suggested Melody the National Anthem of the United states a the Star spangled Banner a was first printed As a poem. Judge j. H. Nicholson brother in Law of Francis Scott key suggested that the poem should be Sung to the tune of an old English drinking song a to anacreon in Thomas Lark requiem set funeral services for Thomas h. Tom Clark 61, formerly of 1028 South c st., who died thursday at the veterans Hospital in Topeka will be at 9 30 . Tuesday in the sacred heart Catholic Church with Rev. Joseph l. Schacht officiating. Burial will be in st. Mary a cemetery at Winfield. Jess Rindt and son memorial Chapel has charge. There will be a recitation of the Rosary at 7 30 Sunday in the Jess Rindt and son memorial Chapel. Clark was born june 15, 1904, in Council Grove Kan., to Frank c i a re and Johanna Holscher Clark and came with his parents to Arkansas City in 1917. He attended school in Arkansas City and in 1923 he moved to Winfield where he operated a farm South of Winfield. He returned to Arkansas City in 1951 and was self employed As a Painter and Carpenter. He was a Veteran of world War ii serving As a private in the u. S. Army from sept i 1942 until March 3, 1943, in Battery a 54th in 12th . Tag. He was a member of sacred heart Catholic Church. He was married to Vina Pitts. Survivors Are three sons John Clark of Winfield and Donald Clark and Paul Clark both of Denver Colo. One daughter mrs. Nina Detmore also of Denver four Brothers. Bernard Clark it. 4, Chester Clark 614 North a st., l. P. Pat Clark of Atlanta Kan., and Fred Clark of Gouda Springs and two Sisters mrs. Leo Ruth Pudden it. 4, and mrs. Gus Louise Erker of Wellington. He was preceded in death by his parents one brother John Clark and a twin sister who died at birth. Police notes two persons reported thefts of car keys from parked vehicles late Friday and Early today. Jesse l. Merritt 415 e. Polk ave., reported keys taken from his car while parted at the 166 Grill at 10 30 Friday. Claude Vaughn. 421 n. Fifth st., reported keys taken from his car while parked at new Era Mill Early today. Officials of the 77 bar reported that someone had broken plumbing fixtures in a rest room at 11 30 Friday. A National guard sign was turned into the Nolice station. Donna Mcmillin. It. I turned in a Coin Box she found in a drive Way in the too Block of w. Walnut ave. Friday. Police investigated one Accident Friday involving cars driven by Gary c. Hunt 408 e. Pine ave. And Newton g. Rodman 1529 s. Sixth st., at the intersection of e. Chestnut ave. And North a st. At 6 55 One person was arrested Early today and charged with being drunk. Richard c. Curfman Winfield paid a $25 Fine by waiver i a charge of drag racing. David Neal head 702 n. Ninth st., paid $30 on a charge of speeding. Richard Hopkins jr., 2013 Sunset. Oaid a $2 Fine on parking violation charges. Savings account is the Basic Security for More americans than any other Type a a of investment there s no shrink no Market fluctuations and earnings Are Good. And no one has Ever lost a Dollar in an insured savings account since Congress founded the Federal savings and loan insurance corporation in 1934. 4v4% current dividend rate on regular passbook savings accounts first Federal savings amp loan a offers a a new Type of time savings certificates now earn 4 a % on the new time certificate issued in minimum amounts of $1000.00 or multiples thereof. Minimum period�?12 months from Date of Issue 4 /2% effective july 1,1966 from Date of Issue on new time savings certificate 125 no. Summit i 2-6700 to make loan Washington apr the department of housing and Urban development announced it will lend $32,000 for preliminary planning of 180 Low rent Homes at Dodge City Kan. It also announced a loan of $8,000 for preliminary planning of 40 Low rent Homes at Colby Kan. Service to neighbourhood Washington court House Ohio apr Chester Hamulak in a a a Jujj stalled a Rotor on the Aerial atop a 15-foot Mast on his Home so he would get the very Best reception from his new color television set. When he finished the Job he found reception no better than before. But his next door neighbor Herbert Satterfield reported that he was getting Good pictures As far away As Cincinnati. Clothing habits will be studied Manhattan Kan. Apr clothing habits of persons 65 years and older will be studied in 48 Kansas towns Kansas state University officials announced today. Selected residents from the towns will be interviewed in a research project on clothing use. It is sponsored by the College of Home economics and the Kansas agricultural Experiment station at the University. Or. Donice Hawes director of the project said a in addition to physiological factors affecting clothing choices we Hope to find out what styles and fabrics ale preferred by persons in this age the interviewing which May take up to six months will involve residents of Chase Dick Inson Harvey Marion Mcpherson and Morris counties. Or. Hawes said the research is important for clothing manufacturers who can design garments to fit specific needs of the aging. Cedar Vale news items mrs. Virginia Ward underwent surgery tuesday afternoon for an injured hip at Wesley medical Center Wichita. She is getting along satisfactorily at this time. Mrs. Pauline Polly Fuqua will reopen her Beauty Shoppe to her customers monday july 18. The Fuquay Are still owners and opera tors. Of the Jay Oil co., they were supposed to have sold when the Deal fell through so they informed us. The Hill top cafe is closed at present for the same reason the prospective buyer from out of town and some one who dealt for the Oil company also let it go Back due to finances. Mrs. Eva Smith who recuperated from a hip ailment a few weeks at Capps nursing Home in Sedan came to her own Home Here in the City. She is improved. Mrs. Grace Newton who has been in a nursing Home in Sedan for several weeks also came to her Home Here a few Days ago. Mrs. Hubert Seamster was a Sedan visitor tuesday and also wednesday morning. Miss Mildred Lemert was a Sedan visitor tuesday. Mrs. Lora Sweaney made a Brief visit with her son Riley at Checotah okla. And returned Home sunday. Mrs. Lillie Barrus of Auburn by. And mrs. Dixie Phillips of Sanger Texas were guests of their brother or. H. H. Bailey and mrs. Bailey last week. Mrs. Barrus left for her Home the first of this week while mrs. Phillips will make a Donger visit with the Baileys and friends Here. Or. And mrs. Bailey and their House guests Anad minister Leo Smith of Bartlesville visited sunday in the Alice Hestand Home. Miss Ruby Scott of Wichita visited her with mrs. Alice Hestand other friends and relatives a few Days this week. She returned Home tuesday evening. Ora Scott is a patient in memorial Hospital in Arkansas City. Or. And mrs. S. A. Barnes re turned Home monday morning from a visit in Wichita with their children since july 4th. Buy Sci in rent Trade try traveler classified ads natural As life by Cornish Doc Hockenbury son of or. And mrs. C. Hades Hockenbury route 3. Only you can give the most cherished gift. A portrait. Cornish studio 125 w. Fifth Avo. Photographs in picture framing dial i 2-1060 Rabys to or. And mrs. Kenneth Raby 121 s. Third st., a girl bom at 12 20 am. July 16, in memorial Hospital weighing seven pounds. Change of hours open to ., til la Pat s drive in. 3t-283 conditioners 5,000 to 29,000 Btu a yes we install them. A yes we service what we sell. A yes we have them from $139.95 and up. Hill electric co. Marshall w. Hill 106 so. Summit i 2-0690 auction one mile South of the River Bridge on old Highway 77 tuesday july 19, 1966 7 Furniture 2-2 piece living room suites 1-2 piece studio suite makes into bed 2-studio couches i Early am. Divan 4-rockers i club chair 1-6 piece dining suite 2-dinettes 1-5 piece Dinette 6-Dinette chairs i Simons Iron bed and Springs i Maple vanity and bed i Walnut vanity and bed i Cherry vanity and bed i baby mattress new slightly dam aged i blonde Coffee table 2-mahogany Coffee tables 1-pole lamp i table lamp i Admiral combination record player and radio 1-4x6 shag Rug 4-throw rugs 2/3 Roll of rubber Rug padding Mathis window fan Emerson table radio Kenmore portable Washer electric 2 Large Felt base linoleum mail Box 2-sets of dishes clothing cooking Utin Sels Etc 2-6 it. Ladder new 1-21" Firestone console t.v., 1-21" Admiral table Model t.v., with base 1-40 electric Range Admiral 1-40" Gas Range 1-washing machine. Tools and miscellaneous gasoline Lawn Mower 30 Metal posts 2 Corner posts too it. Metal Ridge Row of roofing 220 Gal. Galvanized pressure Well water tank 50 Concrete blocks Large dog House bundle Moss Green roofing shingles old Saddle electric fencing with porcelains 3-850x14 White sidewall tires i 9.00x14 White sidewall tire 2-Wheeler for moving ref. And Range Post Hole Digger shovels scoops chains tack Hammer wrenches hammers saws paint paint thinner car polish Bam paint Box of regulators for Gas stoves Metal Mirror supports legs for divans and chairs bed slats steel slats panel lamp covers for Gas ranges refrigerator repairs electric Light fixtures and Many other items to numerous to mention. Terms Cash not responsible for accidents Sale conducted by the Potter auction service of Arkansas City Earl Owens owner Gary Potter auctioneer Harold Walker clerk s 4

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