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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Atchison, KansasAtchison Globe 3 the Happy Champ Loree Chadbourn has senior displays top trophies she won wednesday and thursday in the Kansas office education leadership conference at Emporia state College first place tall trophy in typing and related skills and second place in spelling and business vocabulary. She is the daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Kenneth Chadbourn 717 South sixth Street. Globe photos. In Competition with about 600 students members of the has office education club earned certificates for their skills at the state leadership conference to share honors with their trophy Winner. From left Are Sharon Hibbs of chapter president holding club s . Shotwell award certificate Loree a first and second place Winner Valerie Schlereth sixth place 10-key adding machine contest and Cheryl Graves fourth place accounting i series. Their instructor coordinator is mrs. Helen Lanter. Has takes top honors at of meet Loree Chadbourn led the Atchison High school office education club to top honors wednesday and thursday at the state leadership con Ference on the Emporia state College Campus. Fourteen students accompanied by mrs. Helen Lanter coordinator-instructoi1, and mrs. Jack Reichart who took a car competed in con tests. The daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Kenneth Chadbourn 717 South sixth Street Loree won first place trophy for typing and related series. This was a composite score on individual skill tests in typing ii office procedures spelling vocabulary and record management. She also placed second and earned a trophy in the spelling and business vocabulary individual contest. Loree will represent office education clubs of Kansas in National Competition at Minneapolis minn., april 26-30, having qualified with her first place. Loree trains in the has principal s office for her on the Job instruction. Two of contestants from has Cheryl Graves and Valerie Schlereth earned certificates of Merit and the local of club was awarded the . Shotwell service certificate for excellence. Sharon Hibbs accepted the certificate As president of the local of club. Cheryl is the daughter of or. And mrs. Donald Rasdall 1107 Kearney Street. She earned fourth place in the accounting i series. Skill tests in accounting office procedures 10 key adding machine and clerical arithmetic comprised the series. Cheryl s training station is in the has guidance office. The daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Schlereth route 1, Valerie placed sixth in the 10 key adding machine contest. She is employed part time in the bookkeeping department of Gibson s discount store . 59 and 73, and is treasurer of her of club. Sharon is the daughter of or. And mrs. Curtis Hibbs decade acres and her training station is at March furniture store on the mall. Among the 14 of students representing the High school were two juniors Sheila Reichart and Melinda August. Although they were not eligible to compete they assisted with contests and were Able to get a preview of the stiff Competition they will meet next year As senior of students. Mrs. Lanter said approximately 600 students from Kansas High schools participated in the contests and conference. Us 409 activities us 409 school activities this week tuesday invitational track meet at Highland Park Topeka 3 . Atchison invitational Golf tournament 8 . Wednesday Junior High track meet Patton Maur Hill Amelia Earhart Field . Boys track meet at Ottawa 11 . Boys track meet at Hiawatha . Saturday ass festival Atchison High school 7 to 10 . Charlie Falconer of Stein labs and son Chuck were at Bennett Springs mo., last weekend to help open the Trout season. Despite Zero temperature readings and Snow they brought Home a Good mess of fish. Closed saturdays. Atchison Iron and Metal. Ufa meeting at Effingham the United farm women of America several displays in the area during National agriculture week which was observed last week it was reported at a meeting in the Extension office in Effingham. Members of the Atchison county chapter under direction of mrs. Paul Kelly mrs. Jim Buttron and mrs. Steve Westermann arranged a display on the Atchison mall. Brown and Doniphan county women provided a display at St. Joe. Jefferson and leaven Worth counties a display in Leavenworth. Nemaha and Jackson county Ufa arranged a display for the White lakes Center at Topeka. Mrs. Kelly president of the Atchison county chapter conducted the meeting and plans were made to pass out literature and budget saving recipes on the Atchison mall. It was voted to try to arrange a farm tour for third and fourth grades from the larger cities with mrs. Paul Kelly in charge. Letters were read from Vernon weakly superintendent of us 377 schools and from mrs. Richard Sawyer of Weston neb. She expressed interest in the organization. Mrs. Larry self mrs. Larry Swendson and mrs. George Dunn were named on the Booth committee for the Atchison county fair. Mrs. Henry Pohl mrs. Bill Smith mrs. Don Kloepper and mrs. Milton Handke were named on the float committee for the fair. Mrs. Richard Lanter and mrs. Handke were named on the april window display com Mittee when displays relating to cattle will be arranged. Mrs. Swendson and mrs. Kloepper were named on a committee for May when hogs will be emphasized in displays. Each member introduced herself and presented ideas for the organization to work on. Tractor safety classes for women and youth at Effingham at 8 ., april 3, 10, and 17, and a county wide meeting on cd at 8 ., april 16, in the Effingham City building were announced. Mrs. Linda Norland route 4, is a new foundry employee at Rockwell International Ted. Eleanor Noll daughter of or. And mrs. Lloyd Noll Winchester has been accepted for the fall term at Saint Mary College Leavenworth. Miss Noll is a senior at Jefferson county North High school Nortonville. Atchison sunday Globe founded by . Howe in 1877 published by Gene Howe 1911-1951 published daily except Independence Day labor Day thanksgiving and Christmas at Atchison Kansas Paul Allingham president publisher . O Neill editor Harvey Buckley adv. Manager Roc Biffinger circulation manager for news business or circulation departments Telephone 367-0583. To report any irregularity in delivery Telephone 367 0583 before 7 . Dally. Before . Sunday. By Carrier tax included one week 52 cents subscription rates by mail tax included in Kansas in Atchison Doniphan Brown Nemaha Jackson Jefferson and Leavenworth counties one year s12.36 six months three months 15.15 elsewhere in Kansas one year 518.54 six months one month j2.06. In Missouri Buchanan and Platte counties one year six months 18.00 three months one month s2.00 elsewhere in Missouri one year six months is 1.00 one month elsewhere in the . One year six months j12.00 one month second class postage paid at Atchison Kansas. Published by the Globe publishing co., 1015-25 main St., Atchison Kansas 66002 member of the associated press the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All the local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Roget rid of Roaches and water bugs use Syf kill Roach killer _ to Cwiluk always Tiue to its name. Sure kill reach killer is t truly unique insect Icide. It it clean odourless end Prav Law it kills and eliminates to infestation of cockroaches and water bugs and parties an unconditional Money Bact guarantee guaranteed 3 or. Supply Only Miil today 1 to Kari sure kill dist. . Atchison kans. 66001 fabric shop hours open daily 9 to 9 sunday 1j to 6 get sewing with. 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