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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Atchison, KansasTo Kan party line to Tea briefed on ask program at Effingham meeting by Tolu Courtney Effingham Gas Twenty one members of the Community committeemen met Friday in the Board room of the Agri cultural stabilization and conservation service with the Fieldman Ernest Meerpohl Horton and the Board members of the ask county committee. Information concerning the programs administered by the ask office was Given the men during the meeting which started at 10 . And ended at 3 in the afternoon. The committeemen represented the eight townships which Are served by the local office. Other Effingham news the members of the Chris Tian Church Aid society which met wednesday afternoon atthe Home of mrs. Otho Hargrove observed a memorial service a the memory of mrs. Ida Cook Freeland who died nov. 11. Mrs. Frank Van Tuyl presi Dent of the group read a paper she had written which emphasized the interest mrs. Free land had had for Young people. The scriptures upon which the memorial service was based psalms and eve lations 22.5 pointed out that mrs. Freeland s life had Beena Light in the Community. The ser vice closed with the Reading of a poem what it Means to be Young by Samuel Ullman. The members joined in a Candle lighting service led by mrs. Snowden Barnett in which each pledged to be faithful in spirit and deed during the new year. The february meeting will be at the Home of mrs. Wilbur Eber some. The Home builders class of the methodist Church will meet at the Home of or. And mrs. Mike Strine this evening at mrs. Arlen Treaster will Lead the group in devotions. Gene Cashman has been elected the president for 1967. The Effingham Grade school i basketball team received its first defeat losing 27-15 to Robinson Junior High Friday at the acc gym. The final half time score was Robinson 12, Effingham 5. Robinson was ahead from the beginning and Effingham although adept at re covering the Ball could never close the Gap. Robinson had a Tough Man to Man defense that Effingham could not penetrate successfully. Although getting off a lot of shots Effingham s percentage was very Low. Dan Kidwell was top scorer for Robinson with 12, Wayne Jones made 6 and Jim Korthanke 4. Wayne Halstead scored 8 for Effingham Steve eader Don Hinz and Danny Hawk each made 2 and Billy Hawk added one. Robinson now has a 4-0 record Effingham is 2-1. The a team game was a close one All the Way. Effingham won 25-22. The score was frequent by tied and usually Only a Point or two difference showed on the scoreboard. Danny Hawk and Charles Zishka each scored 6 for eff Ingham Dale Holetz and Jerry Wheeler added 5 each Paul Treaster 2, and Randy Cormode one. Highest scorer for Robinson was Harpst Edwith 12. The coaches for Robinson Are a team or. Jensen a team or. Tatum. Larry Tilton coaches both a and b for Effingham. The next game will be played Jan. 12, 7 ., at pot Ter. A Junior High wrestling meet was held Between Patton Junior High fort Leavenworth and Effingham in the North gym at a chs Friday. Patton was the Winner 23-5, of the seventh and eighth Grade match. Ricky Earp eighth grader was the Only win Ner from Effingham pinning his opponent. Other boys from the Grade school who competed for Effingham were Jim Finnegan and Ronnie couts seventh Grade and Jerry Keimig Carl Scherer and Steve Spence eighth graders. There Are other boys from the Grade school out for wrestling who did not get to compete because Patton did not have competitors in Matching weight classes. The freshman made a clean sweep of their meet with Patton 35-0. All competing pinned their opponents. Competing were Steve Caplinger Lloyd Hysten Ron Heineken Jim Dewitt Rob Ert Speer Ralph Madden and Tom Nolls. The freshmen now have a 2-0 record. The seventh and eighth grades will have a return match with Patton at fort Leavenworth the last of Jan uary. Plans Are being made for two More freshman matches in january. Mrs. Vera Happel has returned from Porterville calif., where she spent nine weeks at the Home of her daughter or. And mrs Royal Ryser Joy Ann and Karen. Or. And mrs. Mike Strine met her thursday at the municipal Airport Kansas City. Mrs. Strine is mrs. Happel s daughter. Rosella Wenzl daughter of mrs. Lawrence Wenzl returned to Manhattan wednesday where she is a student at Kan Sas state University. Rosella is a Junior majoring in Elemen tary education. Or. And mrs. John Monson and their three month old daughter Lynnette Leavenworth will be dinner guests sunday of mrs. Wenzl. They have just returned from a trip to Flint mich., where they visited or. Monson s parents or. And mrs. Fred son. Recent House guests of or. And mrs. Mike Strine were her sister or. And mrs. . Ful ton Ellen who is a freshman at southwestern University win Field David and Lori Beth and Larry Barta All from Ells Worth. Henry Kline of Hiawatha Dies Henry b. Kline 75, died Fri Day at his Home in Hiawatha of Ter a Long illness. He was a Painter and had been a resident of Hiawatha 35 years. Funeral services will be at 2 Today at the Meek mortuary Hiawatha with burial in the Hiawatha cemetery. The Rev. Keith Markham will officiate. Or. Kline is survived by his wife Gertrude of the Home five daughters mrs. Edgar Harvey and mrs. Elvie Martin Hiawatha mrs. Robert Harvey Shreveport la., mrs. Donald Joslin Chandler ariz., and mrs. Allan Redmond Kansas City three Brothers Elmer and Ralph Kline Dunlap la., and John Kline Council Bluffs la. Three Sisters mrs. Ben Laub Han Denver mrs. George Lyons Council Bluffs and mrs. Clive Poe 0 m a a 21 grand children and children. 2 Atchison Globe sunday january 8, 1967 farm Bureau District meet at Holton there were 165 persons at tending a second congressional District farm Bureau luncheon Friday at the Jackson county fair building at Holton. Members club farm Bureau represent Tives from the District and women safety leaders were among the group. Congressman Chester Maze spoke briefly and stated his opposition to giving Trade con Cessions to communist bloc nations. He told about his recent visit to some communist coun tries and said any Trade should be on terms set in this country Mize said he expects High in Terest rates and the tight Money Supply will be improved by late Spring and More favourable for the Borrower. He said he wants to see what the gop task Force and the administration recommend in re Gard to overhauling the social Security program before recommending changes. Ray Frisbie new Kansas reported on the recent american farm Bureau convention inlay vegas and told about going on record for withdrawal of wheat certificate payments. He discussed the vulnerability of agricultural prices to the stroke of a pen or to one Man decisions and called for More Money for the Farmer in the Market place. As Long As we have inflation we have to have More Money be fore the whole agricultural Economy goes takes other industries with Frisbie said. Junior Armstrong Muscotah Kansas farm Bureau vice pres ident gave a Brief reporto the National convention where he was a voting Delegate. Don Montgomery Nemaha county another voting Delegate reported on the convention. Joe Doyle Muscola District farm Bureau president pre sided. President and mrs. Daryl Nieman mrs. Milton Handke or. And Westermann mrs. William Cormode mrs. Raphael Ray mrs. Nettie Hub Bard mrs. Willard Royer and mrs. Ellsworth Boldridge rep resented Atchison county. Jay Dyer president of the Atchison chamber of com Merce was among the business Leader guests at the meeting. Chaperoned a watch party new year s eve. Others entertain ing were Dick Zeits John Saulys and Tom or. And mrs. Henr Streator Harold Marian and Richard Oskaloosa were Denton callers recently. Harold Ison month s leave from the armed forces in Germany. Marian is a Sopho More at Kansas University Richard is still at Home. Or. And mrs. Sid Kaster had As their new year s House guests or. And mrs. Joe guat Ney Sally Joey Linda and Susie. They enjoyed a Turkey dinner with All the trimmings and visited in the afternoon. Mrs. Dale Walsh has a Back ailment. Congressman Chester Mize spoke at a second District farm Bureau luncheon meeting Friday at the Jackson county fair building at Holton. Ray Frisbie president of the Kansas farm Bureau is seated at left and Joe Doyle Muscotah District farm Bureau chairman is at right. Globe photo. The buyers and seller s mar Ket want ads. Directors of the chamber of Commerce will hold their first meeting of the new year tuesday noon at Thompson s restaurant. The Agenda Calls for approval of the minutes of the last previous meeting on dec. 27, presenta Tion of the december financial statement and Bills incurred the term Brahman was selected by the . Department of agriculture As the name of ail Breeds of Indian cattle in the United states this Type of cattle characterized by a prominent Hump above the shoulders was imported from India into the United states As Early As 1849. They were used in the Gulf coast area for crossing with other Breeds of beef cattle to produce a Type to hot humid con Norton High concert on thursday 403com l. Em7-6052 Denton mrs. De Denton a luncheon was held by the Horton annual Cheerio homemakers at the Winter concert of the Horton Home of mrs. Jim Davis with High school band will be held in her Mother mrs. Sarah shul the school auditorium thursday shy and sister mrs. Dale at Theban misdirect Walsh assisting. Eighteen de by Thomas members All but mrs. Is no charge for admission. Scholz who is spending the win featured on the program will Ter in Tucson ariz., were pres be the Dixieland and. Dixieland but. Mrs. Clara Graves mrs. Players Are Marcia Nelson Virgil John Hiawatha and me clarinet Nancy Radford Tenor Denton were guests. Mrs. Saxophone de Richard Myre completed a two Roger to Lief son trombone year term As president and mrs. Jerry Hamel Bass Greg paint Lawrence Tharp took Over for or string Bass Andhi toll 1957. The 1967 program Lead Epson percussion. The Dixie ers were designated and Host land band has appeared pre esses selected to entertain Dur piously during a football half my the coming year. A Corn time show. Mun cation from mrs August also included in the concert Meinardus Everest was read Are works by Clifton Williams mrs. Ivan Scholz gave some tips Vaclav Nelhybel Claude Smith on preventing fire. An Exchange Alfred Reed and Igor Stravin of gifts was held. Mrs. Dick sky. Myre and members of the Horton band we hold a morning meeting Jan. Are Bryant Anderson Kay 12 at the Myre Home. Glen Strong Jan Arnold Ernie Arn Boughton of the Kun Extension old Rocky Arnold Margaret service through the Courtesy of Bunck Patti Buser Don cack the state fire marshal and other Ler Jolen Carter Wanda comp agencies will be guest speaker ton , a lost German Shepherd dog Penny Foster Greg came to the Lawrence Miner by Hamel Dick Hamel Janice Home this week. It has a Chain Harris Brenda Howard Dick around its neck and is very Jeffery Dixie Jeffery Marilyn Friendly. Kimmi Kay Kletchka Dan Robert Stoebener of Emporia Knudson Lind Lednicky Kevin has been employed to replace Linck Mike Lowe Helen Lynch William Thurlow at Midway Spencer Madison Alice Meer High school. Or. And mrs. Stoe Pohl Chris Meyer Mary Bener will live in mrs. Alberta a surfer hangs 10" whence Meyer Gail Miller Gail Turpin s Home in Denton. Mrs. Moves to the front of his Board Gan Vicki Morgan Sharon mul Stoebener is doing practice the Len , teaching this semester. Or. Sue Oaks David Ohlson Dee Thurlow and his family Are Painter Greg Painter Duwane moving to Clay Center where Parkerson Wayne Pederson he is entering into business. Cindy Potter Tim Potter mrs. Petra Hammer Smark Nancy Radford Patty Radford celebrated a birthday on new Marilyn Ross Joan Shannon year s Day and her family came Anita Small Connie Smith san to be with her. Present were the average newly hatched dra Snyder Barbara Spence her Brothers and Sisters or. Lobster l8ura Spence Pat Thorson of read Thorson Phil Tollefson and stacks his toes Over nose. If Only one foot protrudes he hangs the Institute of living in Connecticut says that 30 per cent of Highway accidents involve a Small number of Acci Dent prone Drivers. And mrs. Elmer Knudson or. And mrs. Albert Knudson mrs. B in a Hundred. University of Kansas an taught the British museum in London in the Kansas City area before preserves therose Zastone the coming to Horton. Elgin marbles a first Folio edition of Shakespeare s plays and so Many other treasures that it inspired the remark Lucky Are those who Are unmarried Ter Everest or. And mrs. Kenneth Metzger Leavenworth and or. And mrs. Jack Denton. Miss Betty Kuhnert returned to school at Springfield Satur some acres at Cape Day. Her brother or. And mrs. Kennedy have been set aside As Vernon Kuhnert Atchison took a National wildlife Refuge. Her to Kansas City and she went before a method was invented the rest of the Way by bus. Most Independent and living near the to granulate sugar sugar had to of the Kuhnert children were British be purchased in Large loaves Home with their Mother mrs. Or. And mrs. John Levin h and son John in 1510 North third Street have returned from Hutchinson where they spent the holidays with mrs. Levin s Mother mrs. Amandale Man. Their return Home was delayed by a snowstorm in the Hutchinson area last week. An and a Day keeps business your Way. Insure your property Accident sickness Legal liability loss of income business life personal and confidential attention John my Dobbin 101 South 5th Diebolt building em7-1535 Arensberg s shoes clearance Sale now in Progress save save and even More on these Quality Brand name shoes jumping town Liso Debs during last month and reports Marple music co. From the president various 1 Clara Kuhnert for Christmas committees and the manager. Or. And mrs. Fred Vander slice Herington spent the holi Days in Denton with her parents or. And mrs Bob Rob erts. Mrs. Sid Raster s daughter or. And mrs. Lawrence Rippee of Ava mo., have been on Atwo week vacation in Hawaii. They drove to California and accompanied his brother and family on the trip. They came Back to California to see the Rose bowl Parade before returning Home. Or. And mrs. Larry Tharp Louis Brocket representing est. 1885 All types investment securities 727 commercial Street Atchison Kansas mail inquiries invited or will Call by appointment no obligation where else our famous Messina s iof course ground Denver All meat Wilson Kristy Fry steaks rainbo or Tay Stee bread a. 10 sliced Bacon save Alvs. La. 59 Gerber s baby food All brands Coffee 19 with Purchase or More save 66? Shurline hamburger sliced 39 Jar powdered sugar _2u.boxes _ Campbell s c detergent ant ,49 fruit 4 Cre Mettes Shurline _ flour for l Sweet Spanish onions we Reserve the right to limit quantities tuesday january 8-9-10

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