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Chanute Tribune (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Chanute, Kansas Livestock steady Dally transcript . Livestock Chicago Grain Neosho memorial Hospital vis Ting hours 2 to 4 . And 6 30 to 8 . Only. Patient census 58 adults and paediatrics and one baby. Admissions saturday airs. Heifers fully steady cows steady 1.50n. Corn no 2 yellow 1.214. Glenr , 4, medical Kansas City a cattle Chicago a wheat no 6,000 calves 125 steers and 2 hard 1.57-58n no 2 soft red to Strong feeder cattle fully steady High Choice and prime soybeans no i yellow 2.744. Steers 27.50-75 Choice and prime soybean Oil 9.60. 26.25 27.25 mixed Good and Choice 25.50-26.25 heifers Choice local markets and prime 25.50-26.00 Good and Low Choice 23.50-25.50 c is eggs 17.00-18.50 Choice feeder steers11 525-725 27.00-29 00 Good and Low Choice 700-985 25.00-27.25 Choice feeder heifers 525-675 24.50-25.75 Good and Low Choice 475-700 22.50-24.75 feeder steer calves Choice 29 00-32 00 Good and Low Choice 27.00-29 50. Hogs 5.000 Barrows and gilts steady to mostly 25 higher 1-2 210-230 22.00 1-2 210-240 hens 21.50-75 195-210 20 50-21.50 190-195 20.00-50 1-3 210-260 21.25-75 2-3 260-295 20.50 4 Price. A s Reet Oats no 2 heavy White 714n. J0hn Poos. 210 s. Denman medical mrs. May Baker 1305 s. Edith medical mrs. Clarence Cross Saxonburg medical. Dismissals saturday Jack Hively. 1006 s. Plummer Ches Grade a extra Large .27 Grade a Large 26 Grade a medium j2 Grade b Large. .19 Grade c.17 current receipt. .17 Sweet Cream. To Cream Premium. .41 Cream no. I.40 Cream. No. 2a hens .04 rooster. A hide 10c lb., glue hide. 4 Price. Sheep 800 steady Spring lambs Choice and prime 22.50-23.50 prime 24.00 mixed Good new York apr the Stock Market closed lower today in admissions sunday mrs. Medical mrs. Jess Carder. Humboldt medical Edward Breiner 426 s. Ashby medical mrs Joe Hansen. R. I surgery mrs. Robert Williams 218 e. Lith surgery Nancy Romig. 615 s Lincoln medical mrs. Fred Grisier Yates Center medical mrs. Harold Markham. 620 w. Beach surgery Mel Burdette. R. I medical. Dismissals sunday James news briefs Helen l. Anderson and Cecel Beuligmann s Field is Elemenia Ann Beuligmann. 707 s. Allen Tan education. Will receive degress of the Mas Ter of arts from Colorado state mrs. La. I. Barnett. 120 s. College at Greeley colo., aug. 17. Miss Andersons Field is physical education and miss car crashes investigated police investigated an intersection collision at 2nd and Denman at 12 30 . Saturday involving cars driven by Geraldine f. Elder 47, of Kansas City Kan., and Lenora Honn 29, of 1520 w. 3rd. Left front door of the elder bul Ter. Returned Home yesterday from Kansas City and Tonganoxie where she had been visiting her daughters. South Side on the Lake Shore 1967 Cadillac and front bumper a covered dish will be the Chanute Tribune pm t monday August 14, 1967 state traffic fatal to six by the associated press six persons were killed in traffic accidents in Kansas Over Hie weekend. Mrs. Carolyn Fox 28. Of Parker. Ariz., was injured fatally Early sunday in a two car Accident on interstate 70 West of Sakeeney. Four other occupants of the car in which she was Riding were treated at a Hospital and released. Richard Christiason 25, of Osage City died sunday night the Manly reunion will be in a one car Accident on a coun Friday through sunday at the to r0ad Southwest of the City Hulah dam Bartlesville okla., limits of Osage City. Two other occupants of the late Model Wesley Valliere 312 s. Highland reported to police last night that someone had painted the numbers 68 and 70 on porch Steps at his residence Between 6 and 8 . Officers said the painting was done with a Spray can. Profit taking continued and trading was moderately Active the session was another in Garfield. Admissions today Dent elder Humboldt surgery John -w.w. I Man at w. Iii acre go u ,.a rain-., 527 s. Central mrs. John and twice 22 00-50 ewes 4.50 0 a Quot Parkin and daughter 102 s. 6.50 feeder lambs Choice and a Jesse is. Fancy 20.00-50. Parsons livestock Parsons hogs . No. I and 2 grades 200 220 pounds $20.75 to $21.10 230 270 pounds $20.00 to $20.75 180-200 pounds $19 00 to $20 00 sows which trading hours were Cut to Ards , a a Jtj four from of hours in an of Mah Man 205 s lmc0ln fort to allow brokerage houses to dig out from under a Mound of paper work. The Market was lower at the medical. Birth sunday or. And mrs., Herbert Wood. 916 n. Forest a girl dismissals today mrs. Mar what makes a lady fair a photographed from this Angle Metal a what zit by Picasso in Chicago s civic Center Plaza could be Picasso a idea of woman a profile some facial aspects hair and shoulders. Talk with a detractor and hell Tell you its a pile of junk. Dedication is August 15. Deaths amp funerals nov. I Tion. Dutu Rbing pc arrested Neu or i apr closing i saturday. Held at the City jail overnight and Ralea Aad sunday on $30 Bond. Stocks Admiral. Allied cd close., Cage 234 41�?T 394 404 3114 police summons issued i Richard j. Verdin Box i Speed a 4 i in cited Early sunday. I 24 fir run saturday 11 45 pm., Dennis Oliphant 316 n. Forest. Container of gasoline on garage work Bench fire extinguished before firemen arrived. No damage. 300 pounds Down $18.00 to above fre Dav a Lene ln8ram and daughter. R. $19.00 heavier sows $16.00 to far lows melb Burdette it r 1 mrs $18.00 Stags $12 of to 14.00, outnumbered gainers by Anna Hill. Thaver. Boars 112 of to $13.50. More Han. those issues which did adut Quot a s. . Cattle Gram Ted steer Vance most scored Only mod failing to yield right of Way cited and heifers . Choice $24.oh orate gains. I fish Quot nil Quot ck.,, Unm. To 126.00, . Good v23�00 to $24.50 standards $19.50 to $23.00 creep fed calves Good and Choice $23.00 to $25.50 Light weight Stocker and feeder steer calves $28 00 to $34.00 Good $27.00 to $30.00 medium Ais. $22.00 to $26 00, Heifer calves am of Rita. Like weight and Quality $24 30 am an. To $26.50 head weight Stocker am. $25.00 to $28.00. Good $23 of to at amp to. 514 $25.00 heifers $22 00 to $24oo am Tob. 344 yearling and 2-year-old steers Anaconda. 514 $22.00 to $24 50 yearling feeder Apo Oil. 24 heifers Good and Choice Quality at son. 224 $22.00 to $24 00 Plain yearling 2 Atlas pm. 21 4 year old steers $19.00 to $22.50. Avo t it up Veals prime $27 00 to beat ads 6p� $33.00 Good and Choice $24.00 to Beech Aire 49 $27.00 commercial kind $11.00 Rolth sell .363� to $22 of Plain $17.00 to $19.00 ing. 103 i bran air. 634 cows Utility and Commer celanese. 614 Cial $17.50 to $19.25 he Ferett Cessna air 50 a kind up to $21.00 canners and Chi r 204 cutters $14.50 to $17.00. Shelly Chrysler. 484 kinds $11 of Down Stock cows cities so. 534 $18.00 to $20.00, Quot 614 bulls commercial bulls Comsat corp d 14 d 4 u 4 d 4 d 4 d 14 d 4 Romine Centennial in Santa be Park d 4 d 2 u 4 u 4 d 7 4 d 24 d >4 d i u 4 d amp u 4 d % 64 $20 of to $22.00 Choice Bologna con con. 604 123.00 to $25.00 lower Grade cont Oil. $19.00 to $19.80 Breeding bulls Curtiss or $22.00 to $24.00. Dow chem sheep Good and Choice Fin Dupont shed lambs to $21.25 Utility Eagle Richer and Good $19.00 to $20.00 Wool East Kod $19.00 feeder lambs $17.00 to Emerel $18.00 cull lambs $15.00 Down Emp d Al Slaughter ewes $4.50 to $6.50 Firestone Breeding ewes $10.00 to $15.00. Pic up. Ford Mot. 534 . Produce Gamble so 294. Gen dvnam.711 a Kansas City a 1�?whole Gene Lect. 1034 Sale eggs Large. 80 per cent a Gen Mars. Ki4 inc Dill is it 80 or. Cent a Gen sri ind .244 464a Gulf Oil solid to. D d 684 284794 1614. 384 1304 874294 49 354 d d d u d u d d 4 d 3 4 d 4 d 4 d 4 u 4 d 14 u 4 tile Romine Centennial reunion and picnic were held sunday at the North shelter House in Santa be Park Charles Bohlander was re elected As chairman. Mrs. Carl Olson was elected Secretary and treasurer. Those appointed to committees were mines. Earl Pugh. J Ray Romine. Homer Romine and miss Judy Bell. The Romine family came to Neosho county from Kankakee county 111., too years ago. They first came to America in 1653.1 those attending in. Kenneth Trumbull or. And or. Ear push or. And or. Hurlay Heaton and Laveta. Or. I and mrs. Ray Romine. Mrs. Clara i Brown. J. N. Clemans Chanute or. I and mrs. Joe Arthur. Barbara and John. Mrs Winnie la Rue mrs. Tony Kusel and Kimberlee. Ellas and Grafton Heaton or. And mrs. A Homer Romine. mrs. Carll a i Olson Ronald Olson Erie. I mrs. Laura Lee Purdon. Lisa 34 and Craig. Parsons or. And mrs. 3 Claude Romine Dodge City or. And mrs. Herbert g. Belt Tammy 4 and Traci mrs. Frank Romine mrs. Frank Delanty and Sherry Wichita or. And mrs. Casey Jones Steve Stewart and Stephanie Carlsbad n. Edgar in Nellous Solomon Edgar Cornelius Solomon. 61, 1301 s. Evergreen died sunday at Neosho memorial Hospital following an illness of la years. He was born to or. And mrs. John Solomon. May to. 1906, at Hilltop and moved with his family to Augusta where he attended school. May la 1936. He married Vera Johnstone at Fredonia. They lived in Wichita and Glasgow ky., until 1951, when they moved to Chanute. He was an Oil Field producer and a member of Eagle Lodge. Survivors include his wife of Tho Home his children and grandchildren two . George Solomon. Hutchinson and Raymond Solomon Mountain Dew ky., and one sister mrs. L. Cartee Augusta several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be at the Gibson Koch Chapel tuesday at to . With the Rev. Dale Sneeringer of the first Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in memorial Park cemetery. Day at 2 . With the Rev. Bert Sutton of the first Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in memorial Park cemetery. The casket will be open until time of the service. Funeral services Coder a the memorial service for mrs. Ray Vera Mcoder was held at Johnson Chapel saturday morning with or. Duff Wagoner of the first methodist Church officiating. A my Jesus As thou Wilt and a a abide with me were Sung by mrs. D. A. Finney accompanied by Hazel Slane. Floral attendants were mrs. Catherine Payne and mrs. Adah Mccune. Bearers were Kenneth Casper. Kenneth Myers Harold Heilman. Wilbur Thompson a. B. Chauncey and Virgil Lowe. Burial was in memorial Park cemetery. Of the Honn 1964 Volkswagen were damaged officers said. Also filed with tile police department were reports by Elsie m. Dillow 1310 n. Kansas at 10 15 . Saturday that a car driven by James Christy 1215 s. Washington had hit the right rear fender of her 1965 i Verolet while it was parked at 420 e. Main. No damage was reported to the Christy i car. Of a minor Accident at main and Lincoln at 10 20 . Saturday involving a 1966 Dodge driven by James e. Elms 16 w. Chem and a 1954 Chevrolet driven by Ina f. Woodring. 419 w. 1st. The cars received Light damage officers said. Yesterday at 12 10 . By Ermalee Williamson. 521 e. Main and Harold g. Mcneal 1401 Edith that Mcnealus backing 1964 Dodge had hit the left door of the Williamson 1959 Ford in a parking lot at 507 w. Main. At 3 55 . Yesterday of a minor Accident at Highland Park in which a backing car driven by Victor Rodriquez. Emporia hit one belonging to Charles Cervantes Parsons. Officers said Frere was Only slight damage. Held sunday. Sports car were injured. Raymond d Ransom and David h. Kreiling. Both of it. Dix. N. J. Bob Magill $11 s. Allen and were listed in satisfactory con Rock Carter. 523 s. Ashby at Dijon at the Forbes air fore tended the 4th annual student base Hospital. Officers said the Council workshop at Mccollum Hall at the University of Kansas Lawrence aug. 6-11. It was sponsored by Kansas state High school activities Assn. C of c meet to be aug. 28 Date of this maths meeting of the Chanute area chamber of Commerce Board of directors and committee chairmen has win a Wizba 1via. Been changed to cooperate with of a Uain rih of tile Chanute area Christian Cru Valfy Fang of Sade. Jack Groves chamber As Lentz of Valley car apparently skidded on Loose gravel. Merlin Nightingale 12. Of Galva was killed Friday night when the pickup truck he was driving overturned near Galva about eight Miles West of Mcpherson. Tile boy was alone in the truck. Tara Elaine Knott i received fatal injuries in a Cartouche collision near Sublette saturday night. The girl was from Plains. Kan. A motor cyclist was killed saturday night when he Rode manager said today. The meeting normally would have been held next monday night. It has been changed to the following monday. Aug. 28. To Sun at tile usual time of 8 . Several committee meeting Are scheduled this week. They include a lunch Lien meeting of the women s division tomorrow noon at the Tioga hotel John Langdon. Retail committee chairman will discuss Christmas Street Falls. Betty Kolman 17. Of Clyde was killed saturday night when the car she was driving went off an unfinished Bridge and into a Creek near Gyde. Zizi _ �?�.�?T, Gen Mima. 22-2. Butter unchanged Grade Goodyear a la. Of Aries 78 Grade a la r.,if Oil Chicago produce Chicago a butter steady prices unchanged 93 score a 664 92 a 664 90 b 60 89 c 59�?T4 cars 90 b 654 i 89 c 604. Gulf amp in ind Halliburt. Here inc. Home St. Indian head. Int bus much int Harv. Int paper. Ester Baker. Ejgil steady prices in Kan c a amp a changed 75 per cent or better pc ind Grade a Whites 29 mixed 27 i Ean Cie mediums 24. J Kan a amp a Chicago i a i a live Poul Al air 51cgee or prices unchanged roasters a Riton hid 27-29 special fed White Rock fryers 20-22. Legai notices 704. 594 614 474 494. .ll7 489 4 384 304 424 334 454 264 224 1474 964 Lone s Cern 174 Martin m23�?T Mccrory. 224 Middle s it 227 Minn a amp a. 854 134 to Pac a804 u h d 4 d 14 d 4 if you done to get your Tribune phone your Carrier. If he can to be reached dial he 1-3400 alter 6 . Monsanto. 454 Mont Ward 25 Morrell. 404 Nat Bise. 434424 first published in the Chanute to Kan Tex Tribune july 31, 1967 last published August 14 1967 in Hil probate court of \1ohi Oil 424 Neosho county Kansas u Jin the matter of the estate of Charles Ermey. Deceased notice of hearing state of Kansas to All persons concerned you Are hereby notified that a be i Hon has been flied in said court by i Nat Gyps. John c. Rubow. Administrator of i my the. Estate of Charles e. Ermey de a Central. 80- ceased praying for an order for no am a. 474 the Sale of the following described v n r Al estate belonging to said estate i Gus 4o a for the purpose of paying the debts Xor Pac. 654 of sad estate my taxes and sex 4 a. It lenses of administration to wit gulag amp ii. 26 4 sos North Washington lot of i a v 91g seven 7. Block Nineteen Uma w 035 i a 21 4 19. Tioga addition to the City of Chanute Neosho county Kansas and you Are hereby required to file your written defences thereof on or before the 21st Day of August 1967 at 10 00 of clock a. M., of said Day in said court in the City of Erie Neosho county Kansas at which time and place said cause will a heard. Should you fail therein judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. John c Rubow administrator of the estate of Charles e. Ermey deceased. John c. Rubow attorney at Law main and Lincoln Chanute Kansa attest Alberta Gough probate judge Seal u 4 Pahr. 684 u h u 14 Phi 11 pet. 634 d i u a a prod so g97h u 4 d 24 Roa. 534 d 14 d % Rayon Ier. 364 u a Reyn met. 544 d 4 d i St by Ai. End. 444 u 4 d 4 St Reg Pap 34 u 4 d 4 Sears Roeb 574 u 4 d 4 Sinclair. 764 d 14 u 4 Skully Oil. 584 d 4 d 4 Sperry re. 384 d 4 d 24 std Oil Cal. 58 d 4 std Oil ind 58 d 134 d 4 std Oil n j644 d 4 d 4 Sunray do. 35s Texaco. 744 d 4 u 4 tide vat Oil 90 d 4 d 4 Tran w air. 634 d 24 u 4 in Carbide. 534 d 4 in elect. 244 d 4 rubber. 41 d 14 us steel. 474 d 4 d a a unit util. 304 u 4 d 4 in in Tel. 394 u 4 West Al. 634 d 4 d is Wool w the. 28 d i Harry l. Ranabargar word was received Here today of the unexpected death yesterday of Harry l. Ranabargar. 63, of Ashland. He died at work yesterday. Born feb. 19, 1904. In Missouri he was a former resident of Erie and Chanute living Here for Many years. Survivors include his wife mrs. Ann Strang Hamer i Rana hair Gar. Of the Home two daughters mrs. Helen Weikal Ashland and mrs. Rita Moyie Geneva neb. His Mother mrs. Dona Ranabargar 615 n. Santa be six Brothers Enoch 2 Arthur 615 n. Santa be James 306 s. Western Carl 1019 n. Forest Bill Wichita and Frank san Gabriel calif., two Sisters mrs. S. L. Klingensmith Humboldt and mrs. Clarence Mckay. Topeka. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Funeral services Miller a pastor Robert c. Greene of the Zion lutheran Church officiated at the memorial service for Gyde c. Miller held at Johnson Chapel this morning. Wilbur Allison accompanied at 7 of clock breakfast meeting of the agriculture committee at the Tioga wednesday. His daughter. Nancy Allison As decimation plans she Sang a Rock of Ages and the a a lord a Floral attendants were mrs. John Fiene mrs. Paul Ward and mrs. Ralph Cameron. Bearers were Paul Ward William Rammage Robert Rammage John Fiene Ray Brown and Wayne Lopeman. Burial a in Elmwood cemetery. A meeting of the streets and highways committee at 3 . Wednesday in the chamber office. A breakfast meeting of the Oil and Gas committee thursday at the Tioga at 7. State weather Kansas cite map High Low temperatures and precipitation reports for 24 hours ending at 7 . Goodland. 90 57 Russell. 87 62 Concordia. 82 60 it. Riley. 80 62. 43 Leavenworth. 79 57 Garden City. 84 58 t Hutchinson. 83 63 Emporia. 80 60 Manhattan. 83 61 22 Hill City. 91 61 .34 Salina. 85 64 of Topeka. 79 62 Olathe. 76 60 Dodge City. 15 61 Wichita. 85 60 Peterson service the funeral service for Voyn Bud Peterson will be held at the Gibson Koch Chapel tues the Chanute Tribune published Dally except sunday and six holidays. Second class postage paid at Chanute Kansas 66720 dial he i-41 of 13-15 s. Highland Dwight Mccreight. Publisher Dwight Wallingford. News editor John Hovorka. Advertising mgr. Fay d. Clopine. Circulation mgr. Ben Nicholas composing Fun. Dorsey Osborn. Press stereo fun. Subscription rates by mail in Trade territory Neosho Allen Wilson and Woodson counties one year. $9 of six months. Ivor three months. S3.oo by mall outside Trade territory one year 115.00 six month s 8.00 three month. I 4.25 one month. 11.00 one month 1.50 by mall to Chanute Post office Box holders one year $13.00. Six months $7.00. Three months 4.00. By Carrier in Chanute Seto a month payable in Advance. Member audit Bureau of circulations. Member of associated press the associated press is entitled exclusive to the use for republication of All the local news printed in the newspaper As we As All a news dispatches hear Lane Adams Peak Coal. 434 Penney. Pc. 694 u 4 u 4 d i u d d u 4 i. Say it with before you buy life insurance see How it fits Mia life insurance plans Are designed with an Eye for tailoring. See your Mia insurance agent D. Hamar 21 s. Tennessee 1000 s. Central he 1-9620 phones Day he 1-4420 nit he 1-1520 Chanute area Christian crusade August 13 thru August 27 Royster stadium North Allen and West Oak to l a la of i a a i f a lamp a. Kit. Pictured above inspecting a display of phones of the future Are Rod Strohl. Left manager of die local southwestern Bell Telephone company and Rhodes Danehower president of the first National. The southwestern Bell Telephone company has on display at the first National Bank an intriguing collection of telephones of the past present and future. Southwestern Bell has phones on display to meet virtually every need not to mention the attractive array of colors in which they May be purchased. Best of All they Are convenient. The first National cordially invites you to drop in and see the Fine collection of telephones on display in its front window. And done to forget to give us a Call or drop by and Check on our Fine savings program or our Low Low interest rates on personal or Auto Loans. 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