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Atchison Sunday Globe Newspaper Archives Jul 28 1968, Page 3

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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Atchison, Kansas A a in Imit to Kan party line Blea Nawa in the news outlines Jefferson county disposal system program by Edith Harden Valley Falls Gas a prof. Ross e. Mckinnery Kun highlighted a Perry Reservoir area association meeting at Oskaloosa with a report on the county solid waste disposal problem. A project through Kun Extension he was asked to Survey this problem Jan. 30 of this year by the Para and the Jefferson county Community project. Speaking to More than 40 Para executive Board members City mayors councilmen county commissioners and the Para sanitation committee Mckinney proposed a self supporting disposal system by which the users pay the Cost. He stated that two Landfill dump Sites would be sufficient in the county located probably in the Northeast and Southwest areas. Effingham Tolli Courtney miss Margaret Lieban mrs. John Oakleaf Home economics instructors at acc is attended the first session of summer school at Emporia state College. Both will attend the vocational Home economics Kansas conference aug. 12-16. Atchison Globe 3 sunday july 28, 1968 Larry Matthias president and mrs. Lucite Smith Postma Secretary treasurer. Amy Hawk 4, daughter of or. And mrs. Duane Hawk suffered a Bone separation at the left Elbow in a fall from a swing set at her Home. Her is in a plaster splint. Other Valley news Lloyd w. Barker and Jim Klausman accompanied by their wives participated in a multistage conference a deciding the future a new perspective for the developing stated in hot Springs ark., last week. Mrs. Bob Simpson daughter of mrs. . Signor and sons Chad and Chris of Reno nev., have been visiting Here this week. Mrs. Simpson is the former Mary Catherine Signor. They will spend the next week in Topeka visiting or. Simpsons Mother before returning Home. Stiff Competition from Jim Johnson left has turned what looked like an easy re election bid for sen. J. William Fulbright d-ark., into a Down to the wire Battle. Johnson a segregationist has challenged Fulbright in a primary Duel which will be resolved july 30. July 20. Or. And mrs. . Presbyterian women. Asher were special guests for new officers elected to make the dinner served by the United plans for the 15th reunion were your furniture Dollar goes farther at Levin Handke. De Dougherty and David Mcclain entertained 12 guests last weekend. Among them were Patricia Dougherty de s sister from St. Louis who is in nurse s training at St. Louis University and mrs. David Mcclain of Topeka. Marriage License issued at Leavenworth Thomas l. Ern zen 32, Atchison and Janice l. Turner 22, Leavenworth. Or. And mrs. Lee Arens Berg jr., 518 North third Street Are having the main part of the downstairs portion of their Home redecorated while they Are on vacation. Howes May it por Voo Atchison Flower and gift shop 7 and Moll pm 7-0123 1 Ann Maher former owner of the Valley Falls vindicator has purchased the Brush news Tri Bune at Brush Colo. Mike Fisher former member of the vindicator staff has been named business manager of the newspaper. Mrs. George Hinz sr., became ill at her Home wednesday and was taken to the Horton Community Hospital. Her sister mrs. Fred Ashe is in a St. Joe Hospital. Or. And mrs. Louis Reppert attended the National campers and hikers association convention at Duquoin 111. A George Mccracken was released from the Holton Hospital Friday. The regular meeting of the Valley Falls historical society will be held monday july 29, 8 . At the Delaware township Hall. The Public is invited. Valley Falls rotarians met thursday evening at Arthurs Rose room to hear mrs. Frank Thomas a teacher in the Springfield va., school system Tell of new Reading technique for beginners which she teachers called language experience in Reading. Her husband is former superintendent of schools at Valley Falls. The july meeting of the unite presbyterian women a organization was held at the Church when the annual a Christmas ii july was sponsored by the group. The gifts received will be sent to miss Lanita Vetter at the Navajo Indian Mission at Flagstaff Ariz. Mrs. Paul Mclenon and mrs. William Nichols were in charge of the program presented by the children. Betty Jean Taliaferro and Nancy Hammond represented the people giving and Kevin and Lori Gigstad the Navajo people. Making up a Christmas Circle were Sharon and Sandra Hammond Linda Taliaferro Elizabeth and Debbie Hawk Cindy Gigstad Berry and Marsha Taliaferro. The children from the primary department Sang a away in a Manger a and the Junior department a a there a a Tom Seaton Holton has named manager of Valley furniture Mart Bob Utterback owner of the Holton and Valley Falls furniture marts announced this week. Daniel l. Heinen and Susan k. Phillips have enrolled at Kansas state University. Bill Marshall has accepted a position teaching Industrial arts at a newly built High school in Louisville Tex. Or. And mrs. Marshall Mary Alice Rogers daughter of or. And mrs. Bud Rogers Effingham and children will continue to make their Home in Denton Tex. Or. Marshall has attended summer school working Nhis master a degree and will continue to take evening classes this fall. The management of the Rio theatre has scheduled a series of mid week movies beginning wednesday and thursday. The theatre will add the wednesday and thursday movies to their Friday and saturday sunday and monday schedule. Rev. And mrs. James Story Cynthia Pat Boyd Cherly Green and the Story a guest Alyandra Al cant a spent last week at the Mission Camp at Horton. Lenn Patrick hefty 4-week old son of or. And mrs. Larry hefty Maxwell neb. Underwent corrective surgery at children a Hospital Omaha. He is the grandson of or. And mrs. Walton hefty and or. And mrs. Leroy Loy. Improvements appearing in and around the business Are of Valley Falls include a new Plant room at the haul mor inc. Co. Building. A new drive in restaurant is fast becoming a reality South on k-4. The Structure now has a roof and evidently is progressing on sche Duel. Vernon Newell is the owner of the 30x50 Structure. The Rio theater has undergone a face lifting. The Interior of Chick Hauckes Barber shop has been redecorated. Or. And mrs. Junior Hinz and Don have returned from a two week vacation trip through South Dakota. They toured the badlands the Black Hills mount Rushmere and attended a presentation of the passion play in an outdoor theater in Spearfish. They also camped in Yellowstone National Park. On their return they visited with relatives in Burley Ida., and in Salt Lake City saw the Temple Square. They were guests in Aurora Colo of capt. And mrs. Lawrence Schrader. Lawrence is stationed at the Fitzsimmons Hospital in Denver overnight guests wednesday at the Hinz Home were Melanie and Norman Hinz children of or. And mrs. Theodore Hinz Burley Ida. Thursday the hinges hosted a dinner with guests in addition to Melanie and Norman Theodore and Burl Hinz Burley or. And mrs. Earl Lee and daughter St. Joe or. And mrs. Covell Hawk and or. And mrs. Bill Hinz Effingham. Or. And mrs. Theodore Kloepper Nortonville called in the evening. Or. And mrs. Robert do an and Jan Omaha were guests of the Robert Barnetts. Or. And mrs. Frank Tuley Gallatin were guests sunday. Thirty one graduates of the class of 1958 of a chs attended a reunion at the High school Jeffry Hurst was in Topeka last week to write examinations for the state Board of embalming and has been notified that he was successful in passing. He has been employed by Hampton a in Oskaloosa since april. Ida Mcclure and Florence Bell have returned Home from a three week vacation in Colorado. They were guests of miss Mcclure a sister or. And mrs. Roy Nichols Castle Rock. Choose your pharmacist As carefully As you would choose your physician free delivery Bau Bros. Drugs pm 7-0332 733 come a. Aluminium folding chairs in. $278 a in Alum tubing 6x4x4 webbing last shipment limit 2 special Purchase ladies Nylon stretch head bands Reg. $1.00 bands Range in sizes in to i and come 3 and 4 bands to a pkg. Kmart facial tissue Reg. 2 for 39 200-2 ply extra soft tissues limit 2 i. Limit 2 no refrigeration needed until opened menus work pants rugged Cotton twill with brass Zipper amp watch pocket Blue and Green sizes 30 a 40 nestles instant boys i tops Low cuts sizes 11 to 2 and 2zi to 5�?T/j 25 tablets nested Alka Seltzer Reg. 654 Reg. $1.19 value for Cool ice Tea in an instant limit i Quick speedy Relief limit 2 a a. Cherry Mash bars Kmart Brand toilet tissue to Rolls limit 2 650�?4vj x a i sheets of facial tissue Quality Woodbury Golden Rich Reg. F $1.39 value Punty of i parking and Good big stores to serve you monday amp tuesday july 29 amp 30 1413 main 8 . To 9 . A closed sundays Cap of the mall 8 . To 9 . Closed sundays ground beef Good Quality great for sizzling Barb gue treats la. Lovers Lane or Ohser a original All meat Columbia Brand wieners package of to sliced j a Bacon c&7 regular slices la. Quot Ohser a Trump Brand Bologna Large by the chunk Hunts save Tomato sauce 8 ounce can Ellis lunch meat save i6< 12 of. Can Libby a deep Brown pork amp Beans save St us ounce can wonder bread save 174 516 of. Los. Wonder Sandwich bread save 6t 24 of. Los. All brands Coffee excluding Sanka i la. Can limit fresh Crisp solid head lettuce Large head Frozen to Orange juice erne eee Dairy eee 6 ounce cans Good value Margarine $ lbs

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