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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasSaturday july 11, 2015 75� newsstand y y e Arar 1 44 no. 8 wow. Hutu Chews. Com turning on the Speed to l is t Ings a4 c Lala ossified a b6 l o Tutt eries a2 c Omi c s b11 o b i t s a11 p Buzz l is b7 s p or t s b1 w e stat her b5 98 75 dear organizers now thatus something for the Salt City to celebrate. Hutch est reps lauding turnout intercepted letter Hutch est crowds an Eye opener b y a Shley b poker the Hutchinson news Booker Hutch news. Com Hutch est brought in about 3,000 More people than expected this year. Organizers ordered about 2,200 wristbands both in Small and Large sizes and with the help of 13 area Kwik shops they completely sold out. Lets just say we we rent prepared for 5,000 people we were prepared for 2,200, said Ron Williams Board chairman of the event. I did not expect to work this hard. Plans Are underway for next year and theress been talk of having nearly 50 volunteers and some paid staff working the event which May be set up a Day earlier. About 18 people worked the event this year. Also organizers Hope to have a new ticketing system allowing attendees to buy tickets online. But nothing will be firm until oct. 20. Theress also been talk about doing a color run bringing in possibly More country music artists having a kids Barbecue Competition and conduct ing a longer fireworks show. Co chairman Jerry Rempe said a contribution of the proceeds going to the Reno county veterans memorial will soon be made after All final figures Lindsey Bauman the Hutchinson news a antique and classic cars make their Way along the Parade route during the 32nd a annual patriots Parade on july 4 along downtown Hutchinson. Pricey artwork bought for $ 2 has local link b y Kathy Hanks the Hutchinson news thanks Hutch news. Com it was like winning the lottery for a Topeka woman who spent $ 2 on a painting purchased at a Thrift shop Only to learn it could be Worth Between $ 15,000 and $ 50,000. But the the Oil on Canvas painted by Romeo v. Tabuena in 1968 had a sticker on the Back revealing it once belonged to Morton interiors of Hutchinson. Morton interiors handled Many of Tab Uenas paintings according to Peggy Livingston who worked for Morton interiors. Some might be hang ing on the Walls of Hutchinson Homes. Two Tabuena paintings Are in the collection of the Hutchinson Art Center one currently on display. The once upscale business was founded by Ada Whiteside Morton Willer Peterson and was a specialized Interior design and furniture shop. She was a Community Leader and the sister of Houston Whiteside. They were the children of judge William Houston Whiteside who came to the area in 1873 and among Many things founded the Hutchinson news. The $ 2 Tabuena was titled guitar and fruit. A specialist with Chris ties in new York said it would be auctioned off at the asian 20th Century Art Day Sale in november at Chris ties Chris Neal the Topeka capital journal guitar and fruit an Oil on Canvas work painted by r Omeo v. T Buena in 1968, was purchased by t Opekan Heather Brown for $ 2. She found out the painting could be Worth Between $ 11,000 and $ 15,000 and As much As $ 48,000. Rebel Flag comes Down South Carolina pulled the Confederate Flag from its place of Honor at the statehouse on Friday marking a mile Stone in How America commemorates the War that Tore the United states apart 150 years ago. Read More on a2 Vonachen hearing moved pretrial Date for teen accused of killing Mother sister pushed to August a5 Ulster teen profiles a5 photos by Jacob Byk the Hutchinson news Brenda Heim a housing specialist at the Meadowlark commons prepares a Platter of steaming pasta with Chicken during the reopening Friday of Noe l l Odge. T of bags lined the sidewalk outside Noe l l Odge Friday prior to the shelters reopening at 6 p. M. Again meeting a genuine need b y a d a m s Tew a it the Hutchinson news Stewart Hutch news. Com Noel Lodge emergency overnight shelter nearly filled immediately after reopening Friday in Hutchinson a week and a half after it closed because of lost funding. Naomi Driesel and her children 9 year old Damion and 8 year old Tesla had stayed at the shelter for three nights while looking for More permanent housing before it was closed. The sudden change left them unsure of where they would stay. We never even knew if we were going to stay under a Bridge until a family put them up in a hotel Damion said. The family never had to follow through with staying under a Bridge but just the possibility was unnerving enough. Driesel has been looking for work. It makes it kind of hard when you cant put Down an address she said. She said she has just started a Job and is optimistic about finding More permanent housing for herself and the children soon. Noel Lodge has been a valuable resource in the overnight shelter reopens sees immediate client response monarchs player no Slowpoke As a base runner sports b1 screen legend Omar Sharif Dies a11 l Etas just say we we rent prepared for 5,000 people we were prepared for 2,200. Ron Williams Hutch est Board chairman see Hutch est / a6 see Lodge / a6 see Art / a11

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