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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Atchison, KansasTo Kan party line compiling history of Horton by Jeanne Scholz Horton Gas the cultural arts committee of the Pride program is working on several facets of the history of Horton. In addition to a study of ways and Means to Start a museum in this area several of the townspeople under the direction of mrs. Herbert Campbell Are compiling a history of Horton. Members of the committee Are mrs. Ernestine Mckay and mrs. Louise Tulk co chairmen mrs. Joe Nelson mrs. , Mckinley mrs. Campbell mrs. Raymond Small mrs. Carl Knudson mrs. Kenneth Bowman mrs. Twila Wintersheidt mrs. Alberta Swearingen. Carl Johnson mrs. Carleen Powleson Carolyn Friedson Carel Pults mrs. Marguerite Morris Celine Townsend or. And mrs. George Laverentz or. And mrs. Charles Schecher mrs. Lone Small mrs. Ray Scholz mrs. . Clarke and or. And mrs. Park Hatch. Mrs. Carl Knudson and mrs. Raymond Small have been keeping a scrapbook with a collection of news Ell and material for the program. Other Horton news Arysteo Ramirez local com Mander and mrs. Ramirez Eugene Pfleider adjutant and mrs. Pfleider attended two Days of the District american legion convention in leaven Worth. Mrs. Richard Myers and son Jay were in Horton a couple of Days to e with her father Herbert Campbell while mrs. Campbell underwent major surgery. They returned to Wichita Friday. The eighth Grade basketball team of the Everest Junior High were honoured guests at a Basket supper. Other honoured guests were or. And mrs. Ellery Robertson and Elisha coaches Larry Risley and John Foster. Or. Risley and or. Foster were presented with engraved plaques from the boys. Preceding the supper the boys played their dads in a game of basketball. Team members and their families present were Kirk Pederson Jim Kepple Tim Pederson Don Willis Don Myers John Rebant Lee Small David Wenger Paul Lowe Craig Sharp Allen Baker Russell Cowley Dee Gordon and Barry Tilton. Bobby Willis team member who recently moved to Nebraska was also a guest. Hosts were or. And mrs. Jim Kepple or. And mrs. Homer Pederson or. And mrs. Jack Willis or. And mrs. Jere Pederson. Attending the annual All Indian Bowling tournament in Albuquerque . To see Fred and Howard Thomas win first place in doubles were or. And mrs. Leonard Thomas mrs. Harriett Wewenis mrs. Josie Cadue and mrs. Howard Thomas. They also visited relatives and friends while a chs concert tuesday night by Ida Taliaferro Effingham Gas the a chs music department will present a vocal and band ensemble concert tuesday night at in the High school auditorium. The vocal solos were presented at the league festival by Shane sheeley David Nieman Kevin Mayo Joyce myer Diane Nottingham Jackie Harden Patti Gilliland Helen Falk Rose Barthel Dee Ann Oswald Marian Forsberg Jean Higley Kathy Swendson along with six ensembles under the direction of mrs. Eileen Wohletz. The instrumental solos will be presented by Lisa gigs Tad clarinet Nancy Pike baritone Kathy Swendson baritone and Greg Wagner tuba. The ensembles will be clarinet choir Sharon Lanter Vlcko Bodenhausen Lisa Gigstad Pyne Susie Wohlgemuth Pat Mccoy Sumner Jan Taliaferro Ranae Fuhrman Patty Kuhnert and Shirley Lowe saxophone Quarter Elizabeth Hawk Donna Oswald Diane Nottingham Jackie Harden Alto saxophone quartet Susan Sternsdorff Rachel sheeley Diane Todd and Janelle Coder. The flute quartet Irene Kout Marilyn Schesser Peg Sternsdorff Shelly Ross brass Tom Noble was transferred from the Atchison Hospital to methodist medical Center St. Joe for further tests. His room number is 233 e. The Maple Grove club met at the Home of mrs. Thelma Farls thursday. Mrs. Glen Hargrove president presided with mrs. Mary Schurman Reading the Secretary s report. The following committees were appointed entertainment mrs. Hulda Sternsdorff mrs. Art Tuley cards and Flowers mrs. Faris mrs. Brown Hargrove refreshment mrs. Herbert Schurman mrs. Albert Philips mrs. May Noble. A card was signed and sent to Tom Noble. Mrs. Philips received the door prize with mrs. Tuley winning the mystery package. Mrs. Noble received a birthday package. Bingo winners included mrs. . Acheson mrs. Glen Hargrove mrs. Tuley mrs. Sternsdorff and mrs. Schur Man. Mrs. Brown Hargrove will entertain the next club meeting. Meals program for Doniphan in operation meals on wheels Are rolling in Western Doniphan county. The first meals were delivered in the Bendena Denton Severance area March 18. They Are prepared in the Atchison Hospital and brought to the area and distributed by Volunteer Drivers. The Rev. Augustine rottering Bendena chairman of the Tri Community project stressed that new clients will be accepted at any time. Persons to be contacted in each Community Are mrs. Fred Ollendorf Bendena mrs. Leona Denton Denton or mrs. Clarence Boos Severance. The Cost of the meals is based on the income of each individual. Volunteers for the meals on wheels project include t. J. Burke mrs. Perle Godfrey mrs. Julius Bullock mrs. Alma Ricklefs mrs. William Laverentz mrs. Jessie Baker mrs. Frank Rush mrs. Wayne alters mrs. Warren Albers mrs. Ralph Jones mrs. Paul Johnson mrs. Dick Zeit mrs. Loren Laverentz mrs. Andy staudenmaier mrs. Norman Elliott Rev. And mrs. Fred Ollendorf and father Augustine All of Bendena mrs. Sarah Heinen mrs. Robert hailing miss june Monroe and mrs. Leona Denton Denton mrs. Clarence Boos Severance and mrs. Charles Albers mrs. A. W. Mcnemee and mrs. Hayden elder Troy. David Royer son of mrs. Eleanor Royer of the Register of deeds office turns 16 today. Worms Are plentiful at Reisner Park comes the word from Park department employees. Optimistic United states Secretary of state Henry Kissinger has met with soviet leaders in Moscow for a new round of nuclear arms limitation talks. Kissinger also Dis cussed plans with the Kremlin concerning president Nixon s scheduled visit to Russia this summer. Police report quintet Daryl Bashor Mike Woodward David Todd Jim Pike Greg Wagner baritone Trio Jeanean Coder Kathy Swendson Nancy Pike brass choir David Nieman Steve Buttron Peggy Nichols Janelle Hegarty Sharon Kelly Susan Hawk Linda Lentz Kevin Mayo Penny Pike Colleen Kidwell Richard Wagner Robin Lamme Darrell Lamme. The instrumental presentations will be under the direction of Paul Lundgren. Other news or. And mrs. Charlie Drew sons Tony and Brian of new Rochelle n.y., Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. Jim Cunningham. Yesterday morning police received four reports of shattered car windows three from after . Friday and one from Friday afternoon. A by gun was apparently used in All of the incidents and the windows were damaged by someone in a passing vehicle police said yesterday. Roy Ostertag 403 South fifth told police that someone shattered the window of his car with a shot late Friday afternoon. Ronnie Coulder 927 South sixth George r. Johnston 1219 South seventh and Don Bramble 1223 South seventh All reported that a passing Motorist apparently damaged their windows with a by gun shot. All of the damaged windows were on the Driver s Side of each vehicle and All were parked near the Homes. Leonard Boldridge route 1, told police that a hit and run vehicle apparently struck his 1969 Pontiac while it was parked in the 1300 Block of Locust drive Early Friday morning. Carl Neuman 2229 Millwood reported that a unidentified vehicle struck and damaged the Yard Light of his Home around 3 o clock yesterday morning. World almanac facts cording to the police dispatcher. Donald d. Uhl fifteenth and a was reported As Driver of a 1967 Dodge automobile which struck a mail Box belonging to George Durst 2001 main around 3 . Yesterday. Howard l. Hooper 1908 Pine was ticketed for speeding 45 Miles an hour in a 30 mile per hour zone near nineteenth and main around o clock yesterday morning according to a police report. Stephen m. Blevins St. Joe was issued a summons for speeding 36 Miles an hour in a 20 mile per hour zone in the 600 Block of main shortly after 2 o clock Friday afternoon. Thomas j. Mctigue Benedictine College was issued a summons for careless driving in the 600 and 700 blocks of North fifth shortly after 2 o clock yesterday morning police said. Atchison county License tag at-m-768, has been turned in at the police station where it May be claimed by its owner a municipal court judge Richard Dempster presiding James l. Gilliland fined and costs driving while intoxicated. A careless driving charge against Gilt land was dismissed in court Friday on motion of the City attorney. Gary Gilliland forfeited Bond no Driver s License. Terry a. Hanshaw forfeited Bond failure to yield right of Way. David l. Weidmaier forfeited Bond following too closely. Five persons forfeited Bonds for illegal parking. They were Gale Ingwerson Bob Black Martha a. Griffin Conrad Siess and Gerald l. King. Republican Chili and pie supper thursday april 4, american legion Home starting at . Adults students 75 cents. The Counselor at Atchison High school Are conducting a five year follow up study of 1969 graduates to find out their place of employment kind of position they hold and where they live. Any 1969 graduate or a Friend or relative of a 1969 graduate who has this in formation the Counselor ask that they phone the High school 367-5363, and give the in formation to mrs. Loretta Kelley Between the hours of 8 . To 4 . The owner of a local Auto Agency insists he has not sold out despite the rumours Boun cing around which he tagged As false. Hospital news Vietnam veterans were honoured guests at the Fleming Jackson Seever Post no. 6 of the american legion Here Friday night. Friday had been declared Vietnam veterans Day by presidential and local proclamation. Above legion commander Richard Morley and mayor David r. Laurie Greet two Young veterans. From left they Are Russell Estes commander Morley mayor Laurie and John Seetin. Globe photo. Rudolph Schmal Streig Easton miss Helen Davis Oskaloosa. Births or. And mrs. Thomas Hubbard Winchester a son or. And mrs. James Werner Winchester a daughter or. And mrs. Larry Kiehl Easton a son. Dismissed mrs. Florence Scott Oskaloosa Kenneth Cattrell Nortonville mrs. Florence Deland mrs. Linda Shankles Carbondale mrs. Mattie Mccarter Oskaloosa mrs. Mary Mclenon Oskaloosa miss Elnora Dixon Perry mrs. Sharon Tenpenny Perry mrs. Mildred Elkins find daughter Perry Raymond Metzger mermen mrs. Sherry Hub Bard and son Winchester mrs. Cynthia Werner and daughter Winchester mrs. Adelaide Meyer and son Valley Falls. Atchison Hospital a lilting Hoori 2 to 4 . 7 . Of 8i30 . Admitted Christine Cole 812 North tenth mrs. Lillian Henne medic Lodge mrs. Vernon l. Gilliland route 2 mrs. Henry e. Schlattmann 211 North ninth Herbert d. Thomas 938 Atchison Frank w. Jones Rushville mrs. Thomas Prohaska 1428 Santa be mrs. George Cockrell route 4 Forest Hughes mall towers Amy Cahill 822 North third Virgil Mcwilliams 311 North fourteenth. Daniel Hennis Northwood apartments transferred to children s mercy Hospital Kansas City to. Emmett Underwood 904 Henry mrs. Arthur Kuhnert 1100 North third mrs. Nona Finnegan 1424 commercial transferred to Cray Manor mrs. Lorene Zacharias 1641 Santa be mrs. Arthur majors 1016 division mrs. Anna Laverentz 1111 Kearney. Winchester Hospital visiting hours to 4 ., 7 to 9 . Admitted mrs. Sharon Tenpenny Perry Raymond Metzger Meriden Ellis Robinson Nortonville mrs. Myrtle Stember Mclouth mrs. Lucy Housh Oskaloosa mrs. Geneva Ferrell Valley Falls mrs. Mabel Vigus Oskaloosa Orean Hale the Sinclair Man got a new Gas for his birthday thursday. He did t really care for the big birthday Candle wednesday when the Gas pumps burned after the Bromley Concrete truck ran away and crunched the pumps but he was glad to get the new in and gasoline service restored at the station. Tommy Wilson Young son of or. And mrs. Phil Wilson 1019 Kansas Avenue broke his right ankle while playing and is swinging around on crutches. Addie Wolters of the county clerk s office will eat birthday cake tomorrow. Come on out to town Hall meeting no. 5 taking care of refuse and other wastes whose problem who wednesday night april 3rd american legion Hall featured speaker Ross e. Mckinney Parker professor of civil engineering University of Kansas Rome Mckinney panel this is the fifth in a series of eight programs sponsored by the Benedictine College and the Atchison county historical society and funded in part by a Grant from the Kansas committee for the humanities an affiliate of the National endowment for the humanities. Chairman of the Board of county commissioners Atchison . Difini ii works manager Rockwell Ted Dir id r. Lurk mayor of Atchison refreshments Coffee punch and cookies Lynn Jones for. Gerald Messmer . This and published As a founding member and past chairman of the department of Public service by president of sweep inc. Political science environmental Council Benedictine College transportation equipment division other topics in future meetings Rockwell International my include Cost of growth and environmental planning. Between . Law enforcement officers were killed in line of duty the world almanac notes. Interrupting a theft in Prog Ress or pursuing a thief resulted in 215 police deaths attempting other arrests 199 responding to disturbance Calls 103 ambush 70 traffic stops 60 investigating suspicious persons 56 handling of prisoners 37 unprovoked mentally deranged 36 and civil disorders 10 deaths. Atchisonglqk5 sunday Maich 31. 1974 Globe reporter Michael Mcdermott will Cut birthday cake wednesday. Children in the third and fourth Grade at Trinity lutheran school have witnessed the Complete incubation and hatching of chickens for a science project in their classroom. They set the eggs in a Small incubator kept records and Are now enjoying the Little Chicks which will be taken to Rural Homes where they can grow up. The teacher is Kenneth Hass. Abstracts of title Only Complete abstract books in Atchison county from . Commerce in vestment co. Bonded Abs tractors 367-6231 or 367 -6253 . Discount Stout open sunday to 5 . 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