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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - March 31, 1957, Atchison, Kansas It Inch in non Pryer a Iid in a sit to 0 customer East Wadsworth a How to make a checking account work for you at income tax time when you pay by Check you have a permanent record of the expense. But you can make your checking account do More. Every time you write a Check that is deductible from your income make a a a do deductible or a Quot a it Quot tax on the stub or Register. Then you have a Quick reference when its time to figure your income tax. Of Atchison member of f. D. I a Atchison sunday Globe sunday March 31, 1957 excels in farm photog a Horton postmaster less Active in recent years by Harles Spencer some of the excellent pictures in farm magazines in past years have been the work of Wes Mcmanigal. Horton who specialized in taking farm photographs for 16 years. The last eight years he has served As Horton postmaster and has t been Active in the photography business. His son. Jack. Nag been carrying on in his father s footsteps. A about All the pictures i have taken recently have been of my grandchildren a Mcmanigal said. A maybe 1 11 be a mule More Active this Spring and take some other shots now and the Mcmanigal have More than 2.000 farm negatives in their tiles these Are scenes which in i been used As a Model for paintings. A during world War ii i received a request from a French flier attending an aviation school in this country for a picture of the pretty he had seen it in a photographic Magazine and wanted a copy to fasten in his air planet Mcmanigal was business manager of the Horton headlight from 1912 to 1933. During that time he it sold occasional news pictures. A what got me started off was the Liberty Magazine contest for a the photo that told the most Complete Story a Mcmanigal said a i took a picture of a Christmas tree in a trash Heap after Christ Muscotah mrs. C. M. Lukens Horae furnishings. Intfen. Muscotah City election april 2, 1957. City Hall polls open from 8 a in. To 6 p m. Charley Cairo of Doniphan who entered the Wadsworth veterans Hospital March 19, is doing satisfactory. His address ii Hospital 2 a panic in the Palace was the name of a play presented Friday night by Glenn Heidere i sixth graders a Martin West. All of the 20 students gave professional performances which won a curtain Call at the end and seemed As Good to admiring parents in the audience As a great Many High school productions. The class directed by Joyce Wentz Sang several numbers before the play and Kansas press association scholarship winners six it Oung kansans were awarded $100 scholarships this year by the six Kansas newspapers that won the sweepstakes placings in the Kansas better newspaper contest. The contest is held through the cooperation of the Kansas state fair and the awards Are presented during editors Day at the fair in Hutchinson. The first winners and the newspapers which selected them Are left to right top Row single Carol Johnson Norton daily Telegram Terry Knowles great Bend daily Tribune Linda Guise Marysville advocate Bottom Row Jeanette Garetson Sublette Monitor Johannah Marcrum Sterling Kansas bulletin and Shirley Rae Williams Topeka daily capital. Before receiving the Siow scholarship the student must be enrolled in a Kansas College or University. One of the most popular of Mcmanigal photos is this one of a contented porker peering Over the Edge of a hav rack. Mcmanigal sold 219 copies of it it has been used in Magazine ads. Farm publications feed ads and As a Model for paintings. Was Mcmanigal. $4. At his desk in the Horton Post office. Before he became postmaster eight years ago. He specialized in taking farm pictures for 16 Sears. From 1912 to 1933 he was business manager of the Horton headlight. Elude everything from an old time steam engine puffing smoke while operating a threshing machine to those which include All types of farm animals. A several years ago i received a request from an advertising Agency for a picture of pigs feet a Mcmanigal said a the Agency specified that it did t mean pick eled pigs feet. A one of the shots i took was of a Berkshire pig with its feet Over the Edge of a Hay rack. Mrs. Mcmanigal was holding the pig. And the pig s Mother was causing a commotion below the rack. A since than i have sold this picture 219 times for publication. It has been used in Many types of farm Magazine ads and has Mas to Tell the Story that the Christmas season was Over and the Trees usefulness past. For this i received first prize of $300 a the next year i was sure the same person could t win twice but anyway. I tried. A my son Jack was a Little boy. I snapped a picture of Hun crying bitterly with his dog beside him. And a neighbor was bandaging the dogs leg As if it had been Hurt a i submitted this picture and received first prize Mcmanigal decided after this he could make a living with photography and gave up his newspaper work to devote full time to taking and developing pictures. The Large sum he Ever received for his photos was $300 these were color scenes and were used for Magazine covers. One of his Early successful shots was an Aerial View of some Terr i aces when Farmers first began to Terrace their Fields. He sold this to an Omaha newspaper. The editor of successful farming Magazine saw the picture and asked for a copy used Iaiser in the Magazine. After that he began to sell to advertising agencies farm implement manufactures Calendar publishers and to other firms wanting farm scenes animals and farm machinery one of his first successful color shots w As of Herman Pranger Claflin former president of the Kansas farm Bureau which was used by successful f a r in i n g Magazine. During the last several years. Mcmanigal son a continued the farm pictures and also has devoted considerable time to club pictures and other local photos. One of the important requirements in taking pictures for magazines is they usually have to be made several months to a year in Advance in order that they will be appropriate for the season they Are to be published Mcmanigal said. A March Magazine published during february and made up weeks in Advance of the publication Date can to very Well print pictures appropriate for March unless they were taken during the previous March. Pulling Power Milwaukee to Kenneth Kenney took an and in the Milwaukee journal in Hopes of Selling his car. The and paid off a the Man across the Street bought the car. I ii if ave in v collection of news paragraphs and advertisements Hydrangea Lily Tulip Azalea chrysanthemum and Glovinia plants. Atchison Flower shop phone 44. Carl Spencer Bob Hurst and David Faris members of the r-4 school District of Buchanan county Friday were flown from Rose crans Field in St. Joe to Gary ind., by Roger Frangkiser Kansas City architect to inspect a recently completed pre fab school building of new design. The building used in the Gary Public school system is steel constructed. All of the Walls Are fabricated of steel insulated and sound proofed. The Structure which houses six rooms Cost $117,000 it has a Pupil capacity of approximately 200. The Only part of the Structure built locally is a i Flat slab of Concrete for a foundation. The r-4 Board members were favourably impressed with the Structure and its construction. Frangkiser piloted his own plane i on the trip. The party left St. Joe at 6.40 . Friday and arrived in Gary at 10 50 a in. About four hours were required for the return trip. The flight was an enjoyable experience the Buchanan county men reported. A new school is being planned by the a District. While they last 12 piece extra heavy gauge Virgin Quality Complete aluminium cookware special Sale at Marshall Auto store ii Bakiute tailored Cool Manolis with hanging rings Cit be wariness Way seve ill tie Pite mkt s Mie Erett Dow top push of a Pusch for City commissioner Cheryl. Leo Margaret holding baby Cynthia and Kathy Pusch 1. Family raised in Atchison and educated in the Atchison parochial and Public school system through High school. Graduate of the University of Wyoming under the army training program. The son of local people property owners in Atchison Leo married Margaret Yons of Atchison. They Are the parents of three girls. 2. Experience owner of a successful business in Atchison. I co understands the problems of both property owners and business people of our City. Formerly a teacher in the army officer candidate school. I to has served on committees in the Fellowship tub american legion and Junior chamber of Commerce. Currently president of the Kansas Junior chamber of Commerce. On president Eisenhower a committee for Industrial safety and currently serving on the building committee of St. Josephus Church. Leo is now a member of Atchison zoning Board. 3. Goals Atchison is the Hest City in the world and being convinced of this Leos goals for our City include attracting More Industrial payroll to Atchison More Economy in City govt spending More cooperation on the City commission to achieve the goals before us. Leo push wishes to be a member of the team which will work for a better City for everybody in Atchison. Your vote will be appreciated. Your vote for Leo Pusch is a vote for Economy and Progress vote for Leo Pusch this and paid for by friends of Leo Pusch in the interest of a better City government for Atchison City comm. Oven i Iid to Money Dows soc a men dome top lid also fits Fry pan a Katmo 4 foe la a i Ltd it of i heat resistant handies 2. Vapor Seal rims 3. Cooks the waterless was. 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