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Atchison Daily Globe Newspaper Archives May 20 1963, Page 2

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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Atchison, Kansas 2 Atchison Globe monday May 20, 1963 by Nancy Bartlett and Kathleen Mckelvy has is proud of Willis Letcher and Clifford Bratton for being eligible to compete in the state track meet held last weekend in Wichita. The senior class at has enjoyed a successful kid Day wednesday. A a Leo awards Gold painted pop bottles were Given to Many deserving patrons whose talents had not been previously recognized at the Assembly. Many skits including a Peter pan a a Hie Mousek treers a and a teacher take offs a written with the help of Speed Stanton were presented to the student body. Following the Assembly was a Parade Down commercial Street and a picnic at Jackson Park. The annual awards assemblies were held tuesday and wednesday. All the awards earned by students through the year were presented. Special recognition was Given to Lynda Dynes who has contributed most to the future teachers club of America this year and to Mike Daniels for his outstanding performance during the football season. The Industrial arts department had an excellent display in the gymnasium wednesday evening. The senior girls a a a club officers and Board members had a breakfast thursday morning in Honor of the retiring seniors and of the newly elected Board members and officers. Congratulations to or. Arid mrs. Leland Unruh who were recently blessed with a baby daughter. Or. Unruh is an instructor at has. Everyone enjoyed the Beautiful prom a Rome adventure a held Friday evening however participants were Blurry eyed the next Day after attending All of the Post prom activities. Or. And mrs. Walter fed Ben Casey Derson recently caught 21 Carp a go when Porcu three to seven pounds each at to need you now sugar Lake. . Glaman Gen. Ins. Buying a Home a r f Sal in bal bus. See us first Exchange National Bank of Atchison mme Money for any purpose finance inc. Tit no. 5th Radi Steve Canyon to Calhoon there has hardly Peen to am mrs. Gertrude Lauck left 1030 Hickory Street and mrs. Irl Mcclellen 1015 1/2 Kansas Avenue pin a buddy poppy on assistant fire chief Dick Ellis. The women Are co chairmen of the local buddy poppy sales sponsored by american legion auxiliary to Fleming Jackson Seever Host 1175. The poppies made by disabled veterans will be on Sale Here saturday May 25. Proceeds Are used to assist the photo. F 15 this what when i kick a would happen someone in the if we were head i expect attacked a him to surrender 2 or ficht Back As i a they lie there and take it a just As they would against the j i r while in the Pentagon. Priscilla s pop repairs Terry radio shop 728 main the mount Junior senior banquet held wednesday night at St. Benedictus Grade school was a Success. A formal Cere Many was held in which seniors presented juniors class rings. This is the first year for a school ring which will be standardized. Seniors at the mount Are one step closer to graduation As they received their Caps and gowns last week. Friday they wore them to the last modality meeting of the year. This meeting was the installation of officers prefect Margaret Heppler vice prefect Martha Poehler Secretary margarite Hoefler treasurer Dorothy Elias corresponding Secretary Barbara Webber. The mount Academy also presented the right Rev. Abbot Thomas Hartman with a Check for $1,000 for the brazilian missions. The Money was raised by students from their Academy Benefit. Junior class officers for next year at the mount president sue Maes Vic president Carol Siebert Secretary Janet Roth treasurer Mary Brady sports Captain Carol Harrison the annual induction of mount College and Academy seniors As alumnae was held last night. Sister Jerome Keeler was guest speaker. The May crowning pre ceded this event. Mothers of girls who were inducted were present. The maa a banquet and awards will be held tonight at the mount. Mary Grame is president. Awards Are for athletic achievement. Awards Day was held today at the mount. Awards were Given to Pep club members and girls who maintained absent free records. The highlight was the announcing of the All american mountie nominated by the senior class and voted by the school Rita Burns Valley Falls. Each class picked a representative corresponding to this award. Seniors Anne Elias sophomores Mary Lou Kosch freshmen Annette lower. At this Assembly induction of the new student Council took place. Seniors at the mount Are beginning their last week As they take their final tests today and tomorrow Maur Hill students bid Farewell to Atchison last Friday and made their Way Home. Graduation was held yesterday in the Maur gym. Pat Smith Stark kas., and Tom Whalen Carrollton mo., both straight a students four years were valedictorian and Salut Atory. Maur held awards Day thursday. Cheerleaders for the next school term were elected last week by a representative Board from the mount and Maur Hill Captain Leta Rae Schrick Parri wilds and Raynette Loftin juniors Judy Loftin Tommie and Jackie Wieri Gart sophomores. The Maur cheerleaders Are Jim Belle tim of Bryan Bill thy Bird and Tom Crestodina. Tills is in keeping with the plans for a joint Maur Hill mount Pep club next year. The last edition of the a amount views and a a Tarler have been distributed and present the senior classes and stories of their past and future. Doug Siebert was the a a tatters editor Kathleen Mckelvy and Andrea Novogradac were a amount views editors. The mount and has Are still going Strong. Mount graduation will be on sunday. See you next week with some More news. Bye now ii i Hospital news Atchison Hospital visiting hours 2 to 4 . 7 . To 8t30 . Admitted mrs. Felix Barnes 1209 South seventh Everett Rasdall Effingham mrs. Cleo Grady iou North seventh Carl mat thais. Huron mrs. Marie Jacobsen 412 North tenth Henry Sroka 928 South sixth Ronald Lawrence Rushville. Births or. And mrs. Glenn o. Butler Effingham a daughter. Dismissed mrs. Lawrence Handke and daughter 2101/2 North eleventh mrs. Jake Weber jr., and daughter 1113 Hickory to Kurth Kansas City Stutz Effingham mrs. Joe Tull route i. Furniture from storage and the furniture hit the pressure gauge snapping the valve. Water was spouting to the ceiling when mrs. Shackelford summoned Klein from another area of the basement. Kimmi was Only slightly sprinkled but mrs. Shackelford and Klein went to their Homes for a change to dry clothing. A plumber was called and repaired the valve and the air conditioning unit was Back in working 0x40 in a Short time. There was no other damage. I picture it now see if lorever1 Fogler m studio 730 Kansas pm 7-0191 i wish i k was Rich 7 i d have a big Darryl r 7anucx i ii Jhb Chapman m0rty Meekle tonight 7 amp 9 . Bob Hor Lucille ail a i 666 Twat lieu 0660to Cone it and 6 m6 6v6ev 6ahjerw night. Coh tick Choice the personal Story behind a sex the controversial Best Selling novel. Technicolor la. Warner r no one under 16 will be admitted unless accompanied by an adult. I was walking on Aib until on Cav the Bubble burst. R Oev ovum or a r a _ it to. Uana of. I found our <5hb was getting so Cynie an Houk to <5 t with axe t freckles Stimple Dio you clean the swim Nung 111 Helix of Momson iwo Wah k Bros i Don Klein manager of the , Penney co. Store got an unexpected Shower Bath this morning when a pressure valve on a water line of the store s air conditioning unit in the basement was accidentally broken off. Water sprayed from the line for several minutes before Don and his assistant Dale Al Mil turned the proper number of other valves to Stop the flow of water. Dale was called to the Rescue after Don was already soaked along with another employee mrs. Helen Shackelford. The valve was broken when mrs. Shackelford was moving infant of 5-9658 Ralph Martin starts wednesday Mem rattles Hutton Nim Rioch Paula a Judy Tea tar Prentiss porn Mhz amp nil Teute Imit cinemascope see Ralph Martin for Auto insurance Quot All forms of insurance Quot Martin insurance 122 n. 8th. Pm 7-6245 1938-our 25th anniversary-1963 happened 1b the original Drain valve cd bugs Bunny go Back t sleep kid ver Hearin things Ull i was right. Hmm Alley top red Ryder to oud to la Wmk this Toa Idom who has Pavez atsed it it of a he Mhd has seines s us old a Fok. s photo instead of he own to Quot puss Hek a whew Bhe Amk Mes a it Sosa pm los. He takes owe look at Heb Quot and buhs 1 a Quot or of All the cheats she set me a photo of a 20-year-old Sale to i a fat olm a a to. Tee Joe Paloska but this photo �?T5 you Why scoundrel Arthur Armstrong sings As other members of the Atchison rive men look on As the local singing group was seen in a recent performance at St. Benedicts College. The rive men Are presenting a Wacky Takeoff on Gilbert and sullivans . Pinafore in this years program. The Atchison performance will be on Friday and saturday nights. May 31 and june i at the Atchison i ugh school auditorium. Tickets Are $1.50 for reserved seats and $1.00 for general admission. Tickets May be purchased from any of the rive men or after May 24th at music co. A Ussen a Crumb. I would t go ahead b Lieve Mottin bad about jump i Honey doll an Fer yer front of a information in a Gonna truck marry her 5 20 Iii in Ohl f in Chee Jerry. F Verso what set Well a Hoitin a nameless party Quot incinerated that yer sick Mother is the that a really live wit a Gal who w0iks in a nightclub

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