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Atchison Globe, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Atchison, Kansas Satiety news and personals wed at Valley Kalls on sept. 5 at 2 . In the Chapel of the Valley Falls methodist j Church Marilyn Williams Daugh a Ter of or. And . Frank will j iams Valley Falls became the Bride of Harold Lent hold son of i or. And j. W. Lent hold of Sabetha. The vows were read by j the Rcv. A. S. Bottoms pastor of the Church before a setting of can Delabra and altar Flowers of Pas Tel asters. Members of the families and close friends attended. Mrs. J Robert Mccloud played piano i music before and during the Cere Mony and the traditional wedding marches. The candles were lighted by the Bride s sister miss Alice Williams who wore a White Nylon gown with a Blue Carnation wrist Corsage. The Bride Given in mar i Ridge by her father wore a Street length dress of ice Blue faille with Matching jacket trimmed with Blue pearls and rhinestones. Her Corsage was of yellow roses. Miss Fannie Rokey of Bern was maid Honor and wore a Navy Linen suit with Matching accessories and a Cor Sage of yellow roses. Gary Rooney was Best Man. The brides Mother wore an Aqua sheer dress with Navy accessories and the Groom s Mother wore a Navy sheer with Matching accessories. Both had corsages of Pink carnations. Fol lowing the ceremony a reception was held at the Home of the Bride s parents. Mrs. Kenneth Snyder was in charge of the guest Book. Mrs. George Stoller. Sister of the Bride Groom served die wedding cake and others assisting were miss Joy Mccoy miss Anna Mae Frakes and miss Rosemary Brown. The couple will make their Home in Sabetha. Or. And . Charles Thornton and family Overland Park or. And . Orville Carey Lawrence or. And t is. Ralph Sloan Kan Sas City or. And . Glenn Alderman and Linuci. Wichita . Alderman Topeka or. And . Ernest Page or. And . Wal lace Nichols and sons or. And . Leo Lynn and family or. And . James Page and family or. And . Charles Page Elmer and Mabel and or. And . Charles r. Page All of Norton Ville. Page Teunion the Page reunion was held recently at the Charles r. Page Home with 55 attending. Those present were or. And . John Schlodder or. And . Robert Ray of and . Roy Ray of Hiawatha or and . Ray crop of Topeka or. And . Ben Hicks Atchison or. And . George Wall and Bertha or. And . Harry Faunce or. And . Walter Page and Calvin of Denison 15irtiidav dinner . A. J. Coppinger of Norton Ville had a birthday dinner for her daughter . Charles Greeley and a reunion of Coppinger relatives at her Home recently. Guests pre sent were or. And . Charles Greeley and . Ernest Alexan Der jr., and son. Randy of Topeka or. And . De Jones Darlene and Steve of Wichita or. And . Eugene Ferrell and or. And . Paul Ferrell and family of Valley Falls Frank Coppinger of Winchester or. And . Jay pinger or. And . Cephas Nix on and Mark or. And . Lester Nixon or. And . George Rob Inson misses Nannie and Ethel Greeley Sam and Frank Nixon. To plan Baza att plans for a fall Bazaar will be discussed at the regular monthly meeting of Saint Anne s altar society of St. Joseph s Church which will be held wednesday at 8 . In St. Joseph s Parish Hall. The last meeting of the altar society was held May 19 in St. Joseph s Parish Hall. During the summer months the altar society cleared As a result of a most successful Chicken supper held july 22. Plan fall festival plans were completed for the Cummings Christian ladies Aid fall festival at a meeting thurs Day afternoon at the Home of . Fred Toxvard near Cummings. The festival will be held nov. 1. Mrs. George Sanders topic for devotions was Forward with the next meeting will be at the Home of . Sterling Ladwig 1430 at Chison Street with . Kenneth Ladwig As hostess. Mrs. Howard was assisted in serving refresh ments by . Claude Eads and . George Sanders. Stannard Orchards now picking Jonathan apples. Will have All grades on hand and for Sale each Day at farm packing House. Z a Miles Southwest of Atchison mile off it. Vernon cemetery Road. Bring containers. A. B. Stannard owner David p. Smith operator open thursday Nite til 9 visit our Complete nut department new Low prices cashews i la. 45c watch pm Cook i l always fresh new crop Spanish peanuts 48c red skin peanuts i. 30c Blanche peanuts of 35c party mixture fancy mixture 609 com l. Family dinner or. And . J. R. Sweatt of leaven Worth entertained with a family dinner honouring or. And . J. C. Wentz of Atchison on their 56th wedding anniversary. There were 62 guests present and eight of the Wentz nine children attended. A daughter . Clyde Lair was unable to come. Those present were or. And . George Wentz and children of Kansas City or. And . Willis wad Ham and children of National City Calif. Or. And . Charles a. Hunt and Bonnie of Osawatomie or. And . Ralph Wentz and children or. And . Mal com Henley and Carol or. And . Joe Thummel and children or. And . Paul maycroft or. And . Edwin maycroft and children or. And . Roscoe maycroft All of Atchison or. And . Warren Pease and Kathy of Kansas City Kas., or. And . Glen Hargrove of Effingham mr., and . Lester Hunt of Topeka . Ross Moore of Glen elder and . Pearl Kerr of Kansas City Sisters of . Wentz or. And . Virgil Kerns . Mary Hall or. Don Etue and or. And . Gerald Pemberton and child Ren All of Kansas City. Dar meeting the daughters of the american revolution held their first meeting of the club year on saturday after noon at the Home of . R. D. Holder. Assistant hostesses were . Arthur Wien Mann . A thur Eymann . A. C. Ruhl Man and . A h. Hawkins. The meeting was opened with the a mended pledge of allegiance which adds the words under god in the phrase one nation under god indivisible with Justice and Liberty for . Earl Robertson new Regent presided at the business meeting. Reports of committees were Given and plans made for the coming year. Mrs. Pauline i Trier program chairman presented . 0. P. May who wave an account of the prize win Ning window of the club during the Atchison Centennial. Mrs. May gave the history of each of the articles which were in the window for Roll Call each member Tola of an event in Atchison history. Nineteen members were present. Delta Alpha . Ray Nelson was hostess to the september meeting of the Delta Alpha sunday school class of the congregational Church at her Home South of Muscotah. Mrs. Ray Vansell presided. Mrs. John Strong led the devotions and . Oliver Rice and . Nelson directed the recreation period. In con less. Winners were . J. F. Tal Bot . Katherine Armstrong and . C. Lukens. Mrs. Armstrong also Drew the door prize. Plans were made to conduct a White ele Phant Sale at the annual Church supper which will be held at the City Hall oct. 27. Delicious refresh ments were served. Twice in trouble Over stealing without motive crippled girl considers suicide. Dear Mary Haworth is it so awful to kill oneself when you do want to go on living and when you know that by doing so you won t be a disgrace to friends and family any More. I am a girl 24. I got in trouble in High school be cause i stole promised i d never steal again. Now i am in trouble again Over stolen Money. I never needed the Money. My parents Are Well off and give me plenty so i Don t know Why i Ever stole. I had polio when i was 15 and it left me deformed. I guess my Outlook May be wrong but i have always had a grudge against god for leaving me As i am. My father can t walk and is in a vet eran s Hospital. Friends say i should go to Church but in Church i sit there doubting All the preacher says. I know my physical condition will Worsen and i will become a Hope less with my steal ing. I have often wished i had t been born 1 Dor t envy my friends their Happy lives. My Best Friend is the girls Dean at College who has been wonderful to to help me. I am not afraid to take my life. I would Welcome death rather than linger on As a thief and a disgrace. Am i right or do you think i am crazy too sometimes i feel that i would even Welcome insanity As an escape. You la probably Tell me i should consult a psychiatrist and so i be been told. But i just Don t care enough about living to bother with one. Please answer soon thank you so much. . Dear . Stealing is no Satis factory solution of any problem of need of course. And. When Cue steals without having a conviction of material want the action is definitely irrational by Ordinary standards of common sense. So Why do you steal because you Are driven to the act by unconscious unconscious drive to compensate yourself for something you Haven t got that others seem to have in abundant Supply pressed Down and running Over perhaps. What is this Good Happy hour club . Howard Fowler was hos Tess for the september meeting of the Happy hour club with . Irene Rathert president presi Ding. It was voted to have the an Nual party for members and their families the night of sept. 20 at the Pardee school. Contests were under the direction of . Emma Zeigler and prizes went to miss Helen Noll and . Margaret Case. Mrs. Case . C. Fowler of at Chison and . Charlene Latze of Lancaster were guests. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with . Frank Zeigler. Thing they have that you hunger for and feel cheated entitled to As your Birthright love esteem group acceptance p r o b ably. As i understand psychiatry has come upon a hidden relation ship Between chronic acute emotional deprivation and kleptomania form of thievery which web Ster s defines As a persistent neurotic impulse to steal especially without economic motive fleeting thoughts of suicide Are Normal to most people in periods of painful when punished children darkly say you la be sorry when i m or Over tried adults years momentarily for the supposed respite of death. However if thoughts of suicide be Gin to take hold and become habit Ual usually they Are symptomatic of a state of despairing frustration linked with widely rebellious feel Ings about one s pattern of experience. The impulse to suicide is just Stab at escaping self when one gets a fixed notion that self is the unmanageable problem. When you get that idea the time has come to hand Over the prob Lem to experts who Are versed in Healing sickness of mind and soul. In my opinion there is no escaping self either Side of the grave suicide is not a Way insanity also represents Blind flight from conflicts and thwarting that seem intolerable. It merely complicates suffering. My immediate prescription for you is to read god s reach macalaster Park by Glenn Clark a Lead to finding your True Center in life. When you be got your bearings in that respect y see the Way Clear step by step to gain the Heights of happiness. . Mary Haworth counsels through her columns not by mail or per Sonal interview. Write her in care of this newspaper copyright 1954, the Washington Post distributed by King Syndicate Lancaster we will do no grinding on thursday Friday or saturday sept. 16, 17, 18. Installing a new machine. Farmers elevator Lan Caster Kas. Eastoft missionary society the missionary society of St. John s lutheran Church of Lan Caster met recently at the Home of . Matilda Sternsdorff with ten members and two visitors . Doris Shtaif Lebarge and Doris Schurman. The pastor Rev. Kocher led devotions and . Edna Morgan conducted a Maga Zine quiz. There was a general Dis Cussion on the lesson for the month. The october meeting will be with . Albert Stutz. Girl scouts girl scout meetings scheduled for thursday sept. 16 Are As Fol lows All troop leaders will meet at . At the scout offices at the y. A luncheon open to All interested in scouting will be held at 12 noon at Dilgert s. Reservations should be made by Call ing . Paris at 1488. A Board meeting will be at 2 o clock at the y. Miss Ruby Simpson a Mem Ber of the National girl scout Field staff of Kansas City will meet with the local groups. Pils this year. Mrs. Hugh Smith is the teacher. Mrs. Clarence wahls . Eugene Stephan entertained her cosmopolitan club Mem Bers at her Home thursday even ing. Word has been received at Hur on that g. E. Stabler who is in the Missouri Pacific Hospital in St. Louis May undergo surgery. At present he is undergoing tests and a rays. Mrs. Charles Black of Long Beach Calif., is visiting her Sis Ter in Law . Sarah English. Leonard rothmier and son Larry of Princeton 111., were Here this week. Or. And . Robert Vallace and son Are Here to visit her parents or. And . Walter Daly. Miss Gertrude Schrick of Omaha has been visiting her sister . E. F. Hayes. Winchester Mooney Creek Flora Noll Rickey Heise has returned to Home at Manhattan after spending a vacation with his grandparents or. And . John Navinsky. The St. Lawrence Parish at was ton will have its fall Harvest auction and plate luncheon on oct. 11. James Sedlak has returned from Phoenix. Mrs. Anna Noll was 90 years old monday. Mrs. Noll who has been Blind for Many years lives with her son and daughter Sam and miss Flora Noll. Or. And . Leo Collins recently received a letter from their son Junior who is stationed near Tokyo saying he met Bob sacks another Easton boy recently. Bob is the son of or. And . Lee sacks. Or. And . F. Hennessey and family have returned to their Home in san Antonio after a visit with or. And . Herman Kreutzer. Joey Frey has been on the sick a son was born sept. 6, to or. And . Raymond Domann. Easton Grade school has an enrolment of 69 pupils. The teach ers Are . Doris Robison . Dorcas Brautigan and . Goldie Griffin. Mrs. Albert Dill and children have been visiting relatives in mis Souri. Mrs. Wilbur Bishop returned Home Friday from Kansas City where she spent a couple of Days visiting relatives. Muscotah we will do no grinding on thursday Friday or saturday sept. 16, 17, 18. Installing a new machine. Farmers elevator Lan Caster Kas. Nortonville we will do no grinding on thursday Friday or saturday sept. 16" 17, 18. Installing a new machine. Farmers elevator Lan Caster Kas. Purcell sirs. Jami Educ Dussault . Pete Miller has been Sui ering from a virus infection. John and George Downs have returned to their Home at Albuquerque. N. M., after spending the summer helping their aunt and Uncle miss Ann and or. Neal Brazzel. Or. And . Don Phillips of Manhattan have returned to their lome after visiting his grandmother . George Koestner. Or. And . Ben Richenberger of Glendale ariz., were recent guests or. And . P. K. Devereux. I cwt meeting . Roy Allen entertained the Farmington . At the Church thursday afternoon and 14 Mem Bers answered Roll Call with their favorite Bible verse. Three children Judy and Jenny Wagner and Bettyjo Mccullough were visitors. Mrs. W. D. Crick had charge of the Busi Ness meeting. Mrs. Leona Keas gave the financial report and read a letter from . Isabellc Ditte More missionary in Japan. Mrs. Crick appointed Bazaar commit tees for the Bazaar and Chicken supper to be held oct. 20. Mrs. Rob Ert Wagner will be official hostess for the Bazaar. An All Day meeting will be in two weeks to work on articles for the Bazaar. Mrs. John Thorn assisted . Allen in serv ing. Meet wednesday i the regular meeting of the Par j allele unit will be wednesday at the Home of . John Rummans route 4 at 2 . Double c club the double c club will resume fall meetings on thursday when it will meet at the Home of . Peggy Crawford 1610 Santa feat 2 . Return Home or. And . Willis Wadham land children of National City. Calif., have returned Home after visiting their parents. Or. And . J. C. Wentz and other relatives and friends the past ten Days. Farmington . Albert Hall we will do no grinding on thursday Friday or saturday sept. 17, 18. Installing a new machine. Farmers elevator Lan Caster Kas. Or. And . Dale Gigstad have returned from Colorado where Thev spent their honeymoon. Soon they will both leave for manhat Tan where they will enrol in col lege. Mrs. E. H. Mccutc has received word of the death of her oldest Sis Ter. Mrs. Jane Goff of Gage Oila. Mrs. Mccue was unable to attend the funeral which was tuesday afternoon. Mrs. George Stacey and Laurene took Edward Stacey to Lincoln where he will be a Sophomore in Union College. Charley Jansen was called to Atchison recently by the serious illness of his father. Tuesday special table lamps regularly two handsome styles in this special Purchase of table lamps. They have sturdy Metal bases with a Bright brass finish and Parchment shades in a variety of colors. Tuesday Lar values for guest Here i . Rosa Moore of Glen elder returned Home last week after visiting Hei sister and family or. And . John Wentz. Meet tuesday the so Optimist club will hold its regular meeting tomorrow noon at Dilgert s. A members arc urged to attend. Be Here at . Tuesday for announce ment of Cash Day winners. Effingham we will do no grinding on thursday Friday or saturday sept. 17, 18. Installing a new machine. Farmers elevator Lan Caster Kas. Atchison daily Globe. Monday. September 13, 1954 3 the Mother of the first wife of Columbus lion. Is owned a sugar Planta new York state motorists More than eight million of gasoline a Day. Come to Atchison a i Dollar flys Are out of this watch the Globe for merchants Dollar Day ads knee Hole desks 7.50 to covers your Knees completely and Fine for writing and keeping income tax records. Barnes furniture Appl. Co. 424-426-428 com l. Apparel Cash Day special this is it 45 Only summer dresses values to 29.98 news of our neighbors Huron we will do no grinding on thursday Friday or saturday sept. 16, 17, 18. Installing a new machine. Farmers elevator Lan Caster. Kas. High Prairie school has 19 up 24 hour photo finishing Gerberich s studio 115 a 5th St. Pm. 283 come to Atchison he s on his Way to doll for oflus watch the Globe for merchants Dollar Day ads will buy enough electricity to Cook a meal for a family of since modern electric Cook ing costs so Little Why be satisfied with less than the Best if Critdon an aver Chi of company Domestic of citric Pany newspaper

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