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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1967, Hutchinson, Kansas Plan to Attend LONDON (AP) - Queen EUz-abeth II and the Queen Mother will attend a specral sei-vice al Westminister Abbey June 30, with the Archbishop of Canterbury preadiing the sermon, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's confederation undei' tlie British Noalh America Act of 1867. A Hyde Park fireworks display will follow on Jufy 1 Canada's National Day. EXCLUSIVELY AT SUNRAY DX____ by International Silver Company per set...with 8-gallon purchase mare Now you can buy fine stainless tableware for a fraction of its retail price. 99c for each 5-piece place setting of "Victorian Melody"... made by the International Silver Company. Beautiful enough to grace the most elegant table. Once you get all your place settings, complete your service by adding these sets for only 99(5 each; three tablespoons ... 4 iced-tea spoons ... 4 soup spoons ... or the two-piece serving set. "Victorian Melody". . . a pattern that combines the grace and luxury of the past with the modern functionalism of today. "Victorian Melody".. . each set, a $2.50 value, available for 99$* with an 8-gallon gasoline purchase from your participating DX dealer. Start building your service today! SUNRAY DX OIL COMPANY Known by the customers ive heep END MESSY DEFROSTING WITH A NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR FREEZER N 0 one would defrost a refrigerator if they didn't have to. And with a new, NO-FROST refrigerator-freezer now available, you'll never have to do that messy defrosting chore again. Everything is automatic, yet the new ones also provide more food storage, yet take up less space in your kitchen. A new, NO-FROST, refrigerator-freezer is your answer to adequate food storage and messy defrosting. Buy one today from your electric appliance dealer. Deaths (Other Deaths, Page 3) James L. King STAFFORD - James L. King, 67, Stafford, died Wednesday at his home after a short illness, Born Jan. 29, 1900, in Louisiana, he married Fern Goldie Gushing April 8, 1936, at Newkh-k, Okla. Me and his wife moved to Stafford in 1945. He was a retired superintendent for the Hinkle Drilling Company. Member: Stafford Methodist Church; veteran of World War II, Survivors: The widow. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday, Peacock-Milton Memorial Chapel, Stafford; Rev. H. J, Sterling. Burial: 2 p.m. Saturday, Greenwood Cemetery, Newton, William Dudley Jones LARNED - William Dudley Jones, 64, Larned, died Thursday at the St. Joseph Memorial Hospital, here after a two-year illness. Born Dec. 30, 1902, at Lamed, he married Anna Clark Sept 21, 1925, at Lai-ned. He was a custodian at (he Lamed State Hospital, Member: CME Church, Larned, Survivors: The widow; sons, Dale, Larned; William. Colorado Spiings; David, California; Craig, Albuquerque, N,M,; Allen, Brooklyn, N.Y,; daughters, Mrs. Mary Patterson and Wilma Jones, both of Lamed; Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Anchorage, Alaska; six grandchildren, Mrs. John Beard MINNEOLA - Mrs. Alice L. Beard, 76, Minneola, died Thursday at the Lone Tree Lodge, Meade, where she had been a resident for three years. Born July 17, 1890, at Stafford, she was mai-ried to John E, Beard July 9, 1908, at Minneola, He The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 Th� Aasociatea Pre** It entitled to ths use by republication or all local news printed in the newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches Publi!ihcd dairy and Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 67,501 Stuart AwDrey Editor, Publisher Richard Popp Advertising Manager .lames Drake Business Manager George Alden Circulation Manager MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Hutchinson trade territory (including Southwest Kansas) single copy IOC, Sunday 15c. By carrier per month $1.73. Rural mall one year. $16.00, six months $B.50, three months $5.00. one month $1.75. In towns where carrier service is maintained maU subscription wlU be S21.00 a year. Elsewhere by mall, one year, $24,00, six months $14.00, Second class postage paid at Hutchinson, Kansas. (Adv.) Helps You Overcome FALSETEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel Ul-at-ease because of loose, wobbly false teeth. PASTEETH. an Improved alkaline powder holds plates firmer so they feel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment cau.sed by loose false teeth. Dentures that fit are e.ssentlal to hRalth.See your reBUlarly. Get PASTEETH at all drug counters. died in 1948. She had lived at Minneola since 1907. Member: Associate Presbyterian Church, Minneola, Survivors: Sons, Cloyce and Claii', both of Minneola; daugh ters, Mrs. Irene Ramsay, Dodge City; Mary Alice Beard, Tope-ka; Mrs, Edna Simms, Lincoln, Neb,; Mrs. Lois Tedford> Minneola; Mrs, Johnetta Hale, Manhattan; brother. Will McKissick, Minneola; 19 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Funeral: 10:30 a,m. Saturday, at the church; Rev. Paul Hind-man. Burial: Minneola Cemc tery. Friends may call at the Fidler Mortuary, Meade Friday, Mrs. William Clinc PRATT - Mrs, Minnie W, Cline, 83, Pratt, died Thursday at her home after a short illness. Born Feb. 27, 1884, she was married to William Cline April 22, 1901. Sui-vivors: Son, Roy, Pratt; daughter, Mrs. Roy Moore, By-ers; sisters, Mrs. Winifred Loff-land, Wichita; Mrs. Iva Henslcy, Byers; brothers, Martin Webster, Protection; Clark Webster, Byers; three gi'andchildren; si.\ great-grandchildren. Funeral: 4 p.m. Satiu-day, Ayres - Calbeck Chapel, Pratt. Burial: luka Cemetery. Rowland Dean Hanunctt LIBERAL - Rowland Dean Hammett, 34, Liberal, was killed in a fall Wednesday at a pumping location near Gray and Beaver County, Okla. Bom Dec. 19, 1932, at Salina, he married Pat-rica Eitel Nov. 15, 1952, at Salina. He and his wife moved to Liberal from Wichita in 1965. He was an utility man for the Anadarko Production Company. He was pitcher for the Liberal Bee Jay's. Member: St, Anthony's Catho-Uc Church, Liberal; veteran of the Korean Wai". SuiTivors: The widow; sons, Douglas and Ronald Joe, both of the home; daughters, Ronda and Kristine, both of the home; mother, Mrs, Anna Hammett. Salina; sisters. Mrs. Katherine Gerstner. Dodge City; Mrs. Kai7n Peterson, Minneapolis, Minn. Funerals: 9 a.m. Friday, al the chui'ch; Fr. John Lavrih; 9 a.m. Saturday, St. Mary's Queen of the Universe Church, Salina. Buiial: Mount Calvary Cemetery, Salina. Rosary: 8 p.m. Friday, Ryan Funeral Home, Salina. Robert E. Eagan DODGE CITY - Robert E, Eagan, 70, Dodge City, died Wednesday at the Santa Fe Hospital, Topeka, after along illness. Born Sept. 27, 1896. at Odessa, Mo., he married Beu-lah R. Ferguson. He came to Dodge City in 1910 and had worked for the Santa Fe Railroad since he was 16. He relii'ed from the railroad in 1962, .Member: Dodge City Baptist Church; v-eteran of World War I; Masonic Lodge, Siu-vivors: The widow; daughters, Mrs. Betty Hager, Florida; Mrs. Roberta LoUar, Germany; mother, Mrs. Katie Eagan, Dodge City; five grandchildren, Edward Atlinger BUSHTON-Edward Allinger. 87, Bushton, died Wednesday at the Lutheran Hospital, Hoising-ton, after a long illness. Born Dee, 17, 1879, at Bushton, he married Dora Bredfeldt April 13, 1916, at Bushton, He was a retired farmer. Member: Salem Methodist Church, Bushton. Survivors: The widow; s i s-ters. Mrs. Ella Gish, Mrs. Clara Mehl, and Mrs. Lucy Stack-house, all of Busliton. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday, at the church: Rev. R. S. Adams. Burial: Bushton Cemelei7. Fi'iends may call at the Crawford - Miller Mortuai^, Lyons from 7 p.m. until 9 p,m, Friday, Inian C. Wialt LAKIN - Iman C. Wiatt. 65, former state representative, died Thursday at his home here after a si.\' � month illness. Born July 2J, 1901, at Bethany, Mo., he married Aria Stinchcomb July 21, 1923, at Syracuse. Ho moved to Kearny County in 1907. He was a farmer and had been county treasurer. Member: Lakin Methodist Church; Rotary Club; state representative for four terms starting in 1957; dii'ector of the Kearny County Bank. Survivors: The widow; son, Edwai-d, Lakin; daughter, Mrs. Joan Shaw, Lakin; sister, Mrs. Ruby Enslow. Lakin; nine gi-andchildren; one great-grandchild. Funeral: 2 p.m. (MDT) Saturday, at the church; Rev. Paul Brooks. Burial: Lakin Cem-eterj'. Sirs. Charles W. Cole KINGMAN- Mrs. Rosa Cole. 67, Kingman, died Thursday at the Shady Rest Home here after a long illness. Born Aug. 12, 1890, in Illinoi.s, she was married to Oharies W. Cole Oct. 1924, at Belle Plalne. He died in 1957. She had lived at Kingman since 1937. Member: Apostolic Chiu-ch, Kingman. Survivors: Sons, Wesley, Kingman; Fred, Wichita; Charley, Sequin, Tex.; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Locke, Cardell, Okla.; Mrs. Avis Cranford, Elkhart: step - sons, Bert Cole, Michigan: Orville Cole, Plains: Floyd Cole, Phoeni,\; stepdaughters, Mrs. Madalin Sump-ton, Mulvane; Mrs, Pauline Fields, Spokane. Wash,; Mrs. Evelyn Goodnight, Winfleld; sLsters, Mrs. ETenc gives you these features: MAXIMUM, INSULATING. QUALITIES . . . Warm foods and drinks stay warm . . . cold drinks stay cold ... Ice cubes last for daysl F.ASY TO CLliAN . . . Weber's precision - molded expandable poly-sljrene l.s completely non-toxic . . . resists mildew and mold . . , won't absorb odors, rot or corroda , . . easily cleaned with soap and water. LIGHTWEIGHT - HIGHLY BUOYANT . . . WeberUta tough, durabla GO . KOOLERS doubla tha featherweight Ufa perservers In boating emergencies . , , aven when filled with water, they'll lNo. CIV loo"; ) ) ) PAUL GOTTSCHAIK.) Defendant 1 ) NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO PAUL GOTT.SCHAI.K AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the Magistrate Court by Decker & Mattlson Company, Inc.. praying for judgment In the sum of $171.47, plus Interest from May 26. 1967. and Interest on same at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum, and you are hereby required to plead to said Petition on or before July 21, 1967 In said Court at Hutchinson, Kansas. Should you fall therein. Judgment and decree will be entered In duo course upon said Petition. DECKER & M.ATTISON COMPANY. INC. E. DEXTER GALLOWAY Attorney for tha Plaintiff 4137 Forecasts EA.STERN AND .SOUTHERN MISSOURI - Increasing cloudiness and slightly warmer Frl-day with high In the 80s. Cloudy with a chance for showers Fri-dnv night and Saturday. OKLAHOMA . Clear to partly cloudy through Saturday, a few widely scattered thunderstorms central and west Friday, end-lag cast Friday night. A little wanner over slate Friday, High Friday SS to 96. Hourly Temps. Thursday Time Temp. I a.m. 2 .3 4 7 8 D 10 II noon 62 62 60 HO .')� 58 60 Ii4 69 71 76 77 Time I p.m. 3 4 H 9 in 11 midnight . emp. .. 79 .. Hf) .. Rl .. R.! .. 82 .. R2 .. Rl .. 78 .. 76 Elsetvhere By THE ASSOCIATED High Low Albany, rain ....... 79 Albuquerque, cloudy DO Atlanta, cloudy ..... 86 Bismarck, cloudy .. 62 Boise, cloudy ...... 74 Boston, cloudy ..... 76 Buffalo, cloudy ..... 7:i Chicago, clour ...... Ii7 Cincinnati., cloudy . 76 Cleveland, cloudy .. 76 Denver, cloudy ..... 7H Dcs ,\lolnes, clear .. 78 Detroit, cloudy ..... 80 Fairbanks, cioudv ., 70 Fort Worth, clear .. 9J Helena, cioudv ..... .''i.'i Honolulu, cloudy ... 91 Indianapolis, cloudy 83 .luckbonvllle, rain ,. 9J -luneau. cloudy ---- 67 Kansas City, cioudv 83 Lo.s Angeles. i:loudy 81 Louisville, clear ,,, 80 .Memphis, cloudy ., 86 ^llaml. cioudv ..... 89 Milwaukee, clear .., 75 Mpis.-St. P . cioudv SI Montreal, cioudv ., 7-1 .New ()rlcan.s. cicir , 'H New York, ,,, 84 Okla. Citv, clear ... Hi Onialui. clear ...... 80 Phoenix, clear ---- lii'> .St. Louis, clear ..... 82 Suit Lk. City, cioudv 85 San Diego, clear ,.. 69 .San F'raii.. clear ... tvl Seattle, cloudy ..... 67 Tampa, cloudy ..... 90 Washington, rain ... 92 PRE.SS Prec. 6,3 .04 62 .37 69 3 47 .(!."> 49 .. .'.8 . . ii.i j.; 67 ..30 60 .03 .'.0 W . . 1,0 60 07 T 7 .07 .01 4Il STORiE HOURS: NEW SUMMER STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Sat.-8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.-9 a.m to 9 p m Sunday - 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday - 1 to � p.m. Colierlu DRUGS INC. ^ 1300 N. Main 128 W. 5th 2612 N. Main Xorthgate ;