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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Atchison, KansasKnow your poll Melvin Nelson is sergeant of the evening detail of the Atchison police department. His duties include working with and supervising patrolmen and traffic officers. He has been a member of the Force for 17 years. A graduate of Atchison county Community High school Effingham Nelson served for three years in the u. S. Army 9th armoured division Arnicas awarded the purple heart. He and his wife Hazel live at 1126 Kearney Street. They have one son Chuck who will graduate from the University of Kansas Lawrence this Spring. In his spare time Nelson follows Kun sports particularly football and basketball he also enjoys fishing. Globe photo. To Kan party line Jeff county agent Wing National award Art Johnson Jefferson county Extension director is the state sweepstakes Winner in Public information awards Competition sponsored by the National association of county agricultural agents. His winning entry an at Tractive direct mail letter to clientele in his county was selected from a group submitted by several county Extension directors in Kansas. The sweepstakes Winner received a Cash award and Johnson also gets for winning the direct mail division. Don Wiles Ford county Extension director and Peyton Burkhart Nemaha county Extension director each had the top entry in two divisions Wiles won with a series of color slides and a tape of a radio program and Burkhart won with a newspaper feature Story and a newspaper photo. Donald Marlow Wabaunsee county Extension director won with a newspaper column for the second consecutive year. The contest is conducted in Kansas by the Kansas association of county agricultural agents. The winning state entries also will be entered in National com petition next fall. Horton Jeanne Scholz among 110 new lawyers admitted to the practice of Law thursday by the Kansas supreme court was Larny Conrad Ross of Horton. A recent graduate of the Kun school of Law Ross who successfully passed the state Bat examination is now living in Wichita where he is employed. He is the son of . Alfred Ross and the late or. Ross of Horton. He is a graduate of the Horton High school and was graduated from Kun prior to serving a tour of duty with the armed forces in the Pacific area. After his discharge from the army he returned to Kun to study Law. Mrs. Ross was in Topeka thursday for the ceremonies and went on to Wichita where she visited for a few Days at the Home of her son and his wife. Spending the easter weekend at the Home of or. And . Ivor Shoebrook were her brother and wife or. And . . Kipp Overland Park. Or. Kipp recently retired after 40 years with the hallmark greeting card co. In Kansas City. Effingham Ida Taliaferro Lloyd Schuetz owner of Schuetz Auto repair underwent major surgery at the Ottawa Hospital where his sister in Law . Ollie Krebs is a member of the staff. The Effingham City Library will hold open House tuesday from 2 to 5 . Mrs. Thelma Faris and other local artists will have paintings on display. Mrs. Mary Buster Art teacher at a chs and . Raymond Acheson will each have Craft items to View. The librarian is . Ethel Page assisted by . Ruth Woodward. Refreshments will be served by the Effingham Community club. Everyone is Welcome. Mrs. Jeanie Hoffman . Valine Mcvey and . Florence Candreia were in Manhattan thursday night to attend the Topes choir. Mrs. Mcvey s grandson Bart Sang with the choir. He is the son of . Wanda Mcvey Manhattan. Mrs. Carl Schwartzer hosted the 48 ers club wednesday night with three guests . Keith Webster Chicago . Dennis Schwartzer and . Jim Heineken present. The evening was spent playing bunco with . Jim Candreia winning Low . Albert Falk most . Virginia Christie floating and . Mike Strine High and the door prize. Mrs. Strine will Host the next meeting May 15. Mrs. Goldie Miller of the City National motor Bank will celebrate a birthday tuesday. The Northeast Kansas District Beauty pageant will be held May 18, 1974 at the Horton High school auditorium under the sponsorship of the Horton Pride committee. Committee chairmen Are . De Landau and . Joe Binkley. Kdep is a local product of Universal pageant system and is com prised of three age groups 3 through 6 our Little miss Ages 7 through 12 and Ideal miss Ages 13 through 17. Entry fees Are set at per child with this Money to be used to pay for trophies crowns publicity and to pay state entry fee of each for the Winner of miss Lapetite and our Little miss. The Winner of Ideal miss does not go on to state com petition but directly to the National Competition in Texas. Entry forms May be obtained by writing Northeast Kansas District pageant at 12051st ave. East or by calling 486-2520, 486-2301, 486-3974, or 486-3862. Entry forms and fees must be in by no later than May 14, 1974. Mrs. Jerry Peck Kim and Steve planed Back to Seal Beach calif., after a visit Here with her Mother in Law . Oliver Peck sr., 315 North fourth Street and in St. Joe with her Mother Leonard Schenfeldt. Jerry is a Twa store supervisor in los Angeles. Oak Hill Board elects new president the Oak Hill cemetery association Board met at the association s office at the caretaker s cemetery residence Friday evening to elect a new president to fill the vacancy left by Orville w. Green who died unexpectedly last monday. Harold Dyer of Sawin Dyer mortuary was elected president to serve the unexpired term until the association s annual meeting at which time officers Are named. Other officers of the Board Are Fay Evans vice president Nate Martin caretaker Secretary treasurer and . Nate Martin assistant Secretary treasurer. Other Board members Are Richard Francis or. And . Marvin Smith and Walter Tschorn. The association also announced the naming of a new advisory Board for Oak Hill and appointed Floyd Ruhnke of the Stanton mortuary and William l. Arensberg of the Harouff Arensberg mortuary to that Board according to Francis who said that the suggestion of such a Board had been made by Orville Green sometime prior to his death. Hospital news Atchison Hospital visiting 2 to 4 . 7 . To . Admitted Cynthia Lackey 915 or Victor Wilmeth medic Lodge . May Anthony route 1 . Ronald Drimmel Lan Caster Leo Stuart Rushville . Henry Dove 1418 at Chison Edwin Gorrell 1607 South seventh . . Holtgrave 1144 Kearney. Dismissed . Lessie Beadles 712m Park . Harry Bryant Winchester Kimberly Freeman 1223 South seventh Sean Mcglone 317 North fourth . Cly Lewis 1110 Atchison Audrey Carter 1107 Laramie Roy Hegarty 410% to Herbert Barber 801 South fourth . Joseph Pepper Weston. Winchester Hospital visiting hours to 4 ., 7 to 9 . Admitted . Pearl Gruner Nortonville . Mary Francis Oskaloosa . Dorothy Streator Oskaloosa . Bonita Lowe Oskaloosa Steve Wood Effingham . Margaret Davis Mclouth . Marilyn Kessinger Mclouth . Verona Mcdonald Mclouth Donald Hawk Effingham . Linda Ansley Perry . Edna Smith Lancaster . Helen Figlock Valley Falls Robert Metzger Ozawkie. Births or. And . Leon Heineken Holton daughter or. And . Robert Evans Mclouth son. Dismissed . Louise Schmalstieg Leavenworth . Bonita Lowe Oskaloosa . Betty Doty Easton . Evelyn Hoit Mclouth . Linda Ansley Perry . Marilyn Kessinger Mclouth Steve Wood Effingham . Margaret Davis Mclouth . Bonnie Doty and daughter Easton . Catherine Aspinwall Nortonville. Reschedule town Hall or. Frank Carpinelli an organizer of the town Hall meeting series reported yesterday that the next town Hall session concerned with Long Range environmental planning will be held Early in May. No panel has been announced for that meeting. Joe Himberger executive director of the to Kan regional Council will be featured speaker. Himberger has been ill and Only recently released from a St. Joe Hospital. A City Hall spokesman announced last week that town Hall meeting no. 7 would be held at the american legion Home tuesday evening. The final session in a series of eight town Hall meetings will also be held in May according to or. Carpinelli. Elden Kimmi Atchison who has been a patient at St. John Hospital Leavenworth was dismissed on thursday. Atchison sunday Globe founded by . How in 1177 published by Gem Howe 1711.1951 published Dally except saturday Independence Day labor Day thanksgiving and Chr Litvai at Atchison Kansas Paul Allingham publisher . O Neill editor Harvey Buckley . Roc Biff Finger circulation manager for news business or circulation departments Telephone 367-osm. To report any irregularity in delivery Telephone m7-05m before 7 . Dally before . Sunday by Carrier tax included one week 5j cents subscription rates by mail tax included in Kansas in Atchison Doniphan Brown Nemaha Jackson Jefferson and Leavenworth counties one year 117.34 six month to 24 three months 5.15 elsewhere in Kansas one year ju.54 six months 111.33 one month 12.04. In Missouri Buchanan and plane counties one year six months three months 15.00 one month elsewhere in Missouri one year 111.00 six Monttie one month . Elsewhere in the . One year six months j12.0c one month . Second class postage paid at Atchison Kansas. Published by Thio Lobi publishing co. 1015 5 main St., Atchison Kansas 61002 Mimm Routhi associate Prisi the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for of All the local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Registration to Confer on april 24-25 by placement for aces operation Globe want ads pay off. Pre registration for All beginning and new students who will be attending the at Chison Catholic elementary school next year 1974-75 will be held at the upper school on april 24 and 25 Between the hours of 9 and . Beginning and new students must present a baptismal certificate. Those new students from out of state or those students who have not attended kindergarten must furnish inoculation records and past history of communicable diseases. Tuition fee for non parishioners will be per year. Registration forms will be sent Home with each child who is presently enrolled at the Atchison Catholic elementary school during the week of april 22-26. Or. Robert Mccleery director of career and placement services of the colleges of mid America Sioux City la., will be visiting the Benedictine College Campus tuesday afternoon. Or. Mccleery s visit is for the purpose of consulting with sister Mary Cyril Busenbarrick director of the by placement Bureau and William n. Robey director of teacher placement to evaluate the strengths of the Campus placement operation and to offer suggestions that might further enhance its effectiveness. Or. Mccleery has been Active in career counselling the past 20 years and during his three years with of mid America he has organized a successful centrally i placement service similar to the Kansas City regional Council for higher education placement Center for its member colleges. Or. Mccleery s visit is being made possible through the support of the Kansas City regional Council for higher education. Tom Colandrea son in Law of or. And . Ben Gross route 1, was recently named manager of the Quality systems department of the general atomic co. In. Fian Diego calif., and he and his family have moved there from South Windsor Conn. General atomic is a division of Gulf Oil corporation and a leading manufacturer of nuclear steam Supply systems for nuclear Power plants. Prior to joining general atomic or. Colan Drea was with combustion engineering co., South wind Sor. He received . In metallurgical engineering from the University of Missouri at Rolla in 1959 and his . In engineering Atchison Globe 3 sunday. April 21, 1974 science metallurgy from Rensselaer polytechnic Institute Troy n.y., in 1965, and from Western new England College Springfield mass., in 1972. He is a registered professional Engineer in the state of Connecticut and certified Quality Engineer with the american society for Quality control. He and his wife the former Virginia Gross have two children Angela 12, and Tommy 10. We Are constructors of National Homill your location or ours Coll is. Winchester town country Homes fabric shop open daily9to9-sunday 11 to6 Igns general tendencies All signs your Day will be sunny and your future full of color and High fashion when you shop for fabrics at we have a terrific selection of fabrics from All the famous makers. 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