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Deaths Dr. William Roy Saylor Dr. William Roy Saylor, 88, 400 East 16th, died Sunday night at South Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born Dec. 25, 1884, at Marshalltown, Iowa. In 1887, he and his mother came to Kansas by train while other members of the family came in a covered wagon. They settled southwest of Hutchinson. He attended Hutchinson High School, Salt City Business College and then entered Kansas City Dental College, He worked his way through the dental college by riding a bicycle over a certain circuit, lighting gas lamps in the evening and turning the lights off in the morning. He was graduated in June 1910, and began his practice in Hutchinson. One of the original occupants of the Wiley Building, he occupied the same office on the fifth floor of the Wiley Building until his retirement Oct, 1, 1970. -He married Marguerite Butter, May 1, 1912. She died Sept. 1951. On Oct. 24, 1954, he married Mrs. Mary McLean Kendree at Hutchinson. Dr. Saylor was a charter member of the Trinity Methodist Church, life member of Reno Masonic Lodge 140, Hutchinson Rotary Club, a life member of the Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fraternity, American Dental Assa.. Kansas State Dental As&a., Central District Dental Sccseiy, Kansas City School of DeasiiJjy Alumni Assn., and University of Missouri at Kansas City Alumni Assn. Survivors include the widow, son J. William Saylor, 3300 Farmington, step-sons, Al Kendree, Monte Sereno, Salif., Jack Kendree, Philadelphia, Pa.; brother, Charles, Great Falls, Mont,; seven grandchildren, five step-grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. ^Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at Johnson and Sons Chapel Rev. Paul Matthaei. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Masonic graveside services will be conducted by Reno Lodge 140. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel. .;' The family suggests memorials to the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry, Kansas City, Mo., in care of the funeral home. Arthur Eugene Randle BYERS — Arthur Eugene Randle, 94, Wichita, died Sunday at Wesley Medical Center, Wichita. Born Aug. 5, 1878, at Macon County, 111., he married Grace Stinson, June 1, 1945, at Wichita. He lived at Byers from 1899 until 1924 before moving to Wichita. > He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, \Vichita. ^ He is survived by his widow; sbn: John S., Pratt; five daughters: Mrs. Norma Thomas, Wichita; Mrs. Orpha Boots, Isabel; Mrs. Ava Bessler, Kingman; ifars. Bess Hall, Las Vegas, j^ev.; Mrs. Mildred Simmons, Wichita; 16 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; four great great-grandchildren. r- Funeral will be 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the Cochran Mortuary Chapel of the Roses; Rev. William E. Shuler. Graveside services will be 4 p.m., Tuesday, in Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt. The family suggests memorials to the Prairie Homestead, Wichita. Dr. William Saylor Mrs. George Lauffer PROTECTION — Mrs. Pansy Paulene Lauffer, 56, Protection, died Monday at Kiowa County Hospital, Greensburg. Born Mar. 4, 1917, she was married to George Lauffer, Oct. 5, 1969, at Eureka. She was a member of the Christian Church, Protection and Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by the widower: sons: John Hicks, Wichita; Lowell Hicks, Kansas City; Mike Hicks, Protection; and Danny Hicks, Oak Ridge, Term.; two daughters: Mrs. Linda Marshall, Neodesha; Mrs. Susan Schmoekel, Junction City; one step-daughter: Mrs. Linda Leard, Wichita; one sister: Mrs. Dorothy Haley, Stockton, Calif,; 14 grandchildren. ., Funeral will be 10 a.m., Wednesday, at the church; Rev. Dan Snyder, burial will be at Neodesha. Friends may call at Hatfield Funeral Home, Coldwater. Crystal M. Hughes NEWTON — Crystal M. Hughes, 71, died Monday at Bethel Deaconess Hospital. Born Nov. 1, 1901, at Monon, Ind., she was a retired secretary. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Newton. Survivors are a brother: Luther R. Hughes, Stockton, Calif.; sister: Mrs. Sarah Eckles, Newton. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Draper-Cannon Chapel, Newton; Rev. Jon Jones. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Newton. Friends may call until service time at the chapel. Mrs. Elmer G. Koch r ALDEN — Mrs. Rosa Koch, 70, died Sunday at McPherson Memorial Hospital. Born June 27, 1903, at Raymond, she was married to Elmer G. Koch, Nov. 16, 1921, at Raymond. He died Sept. 10, 1964. She was a lifetime resident of the Raymond- Alden area. She was a member of the XJnited Methodist Church, Al[den; American Legion Auxiliary; •Eastern Star. Survivors are a daughter: Mrs. Melba Burns, Conway; son: Cal- •vin, Alden; sisters: Mrs. Louis !P. Koch, Lyons; Mrs. Florence ;Simpson, Tribune; brother: T. AV. Schurr, Scott City; four grandchildren. , Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Crawford-Miller Mortuary, Lyons; Rev. Charles Fiquett. Burial will be in Lakin- Comanche Cemetery, Ellinwood. Friends may call from 7 to '9 p.m. Tuesday at the mortuary. The family suggests memorials to the church. William C. Swinson ANTHONY — William C. Swinson, 39, former Anthony resident, died Saturday at San Diego, Calif. Born June 6, 1934, at Anthony, he was a clerk. Survivors are the father and step-mother: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swinson, Anthony; grandmother: Mrs. W.C. Swinson, Anthony. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Elliott Chapel, Anthony; Rev. Don Viets. Burial will be in Isabel Cemetery, Isabel. Friends may call at the mortuary. Mrs. Edward Wilkins CLYDE, TEX. — Mrs. Ethel Wilkins, 79, former Newton resident, died Sunday at Clyde. Born March 15, 1894, at Blairsville, Ga., she was married to Edward Wilkins. He died in 1968. Survivors are sisters: Mrs. J.O. Connel, Clyde; Mrs. H.A. Versyp, Abilene, Tex.; Mrs. Ida Warren, Lubbock, Tex.; Mrs. Velma Paint, Walla Walla, Wash. Graveside service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday in Greenwood Cemetery, Newton; Rev. Don Bumgarner. Friends may call Wednesday until 10:30 a.m. at Petersen Funeral Home, Newton. Mrs. David Burdick LARNED — Mrs. Etta Burdick, 80, died Sunday at Gleason Community Hospital. Born July 25, 1892, in Texas County, Mo., she was married to David Burdick, May 11,1929, at Lyons. He died in Nov., 1960. She lived here since 1961. She was a member of the First Christian Church, Lamed. Survivors are a son: William Gandolph, Vancouver, Wash.; daughter: Mrs. Wanda Hampton, Lamed; brother: Earl Hoover, Illinois; sister: Mrs. Pearl Gleason, Tulsa, Okla.; 13 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Beckwith Mortuary, Lamed; Rev. Doyle Smith. Burial will be in Lamed Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the mortuary. Mrs. Ernest Spaeny LYONS — Mrs. Ora Spaeny, 66, died Monday at Halstead Memorial Hospital. Born Aug. 6, 1906, at Alva, Okla., she was married to Ernest Spaeny, April 25, 1923, at Alva. He died May 2,1964i She lived here 50 years. She was a member of the First Christian Church, Lyons; VFW Auxiliary; World War I Barracks Auxiliary. Survivors are sons: Ernest, Jr., Riverton, Wyo.; Donald K., 209 Carey Place; sister: Mrs. Jessie Fritz, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Euphemia Fowler, Witi- can, Calif.; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Crawford-Miller Mortuary, Lyons; Rev. David Branson. Burial will be in Lyons Municipal. Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Walter Curry GREAT BEND — Mrs. Grace Curry, 76, died Monday at Central Kansas Medical Center. Born April 16, 1897, in Barton County, she was married to Walter Curry, Oct. 6, 1920, at Great Bend. She was a lifetime resident of Barton County. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Great Bend; Eastern Star; World War I Auxiliary; Lakeside Club. Survivors are the widower; son: Dwight, Manhattan; broth-\ er: Leo Button, Great Bend; sister: Mrs. Alta Eberly, Escondido, Calif.; two grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Cook and Weber Funeral Home, Great Bend; Rev. Robert Gordon. Burial will be in Great Bend Cemetery. Friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Born Oct. 22, 1904, in Hempstead County, Ark., he married Alwilda Sams, Aug. 2, 1925, at Tulsa, Okla. He was a contract pumper and lived here 11 years. Survivors are the widow; son: Elwin, Jr., Houston, Tex.; daughter: Wilda Stuart, Claflin; sisters: Mrs. Clieo Kelly, Mrs. Lena Rains and Mrs. Marguerite Montgomery, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Louise Noland, Marshall, Tex.; one grandchild. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bryant and Fryberger Mortuary, Great Bend; Rev. Msgr. P. J. Leahy. Burial will be in Claflin Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the mortuary. The family suggests memorials to the Claflin Ambulance Fund. Frank Neuman ELLSWORTH — Frank Neuman, 86, died Sunday at Ellsworth County Veterans Memorial Hospital. Born Oct. 27, 1886, at Ellsworth County, he was a retired farmer-stockman and lifetime resident here. Survivors are brothers: Louie, Ellsworth; Joe, Kanopolis; sisters: Theresa Neuman, Ellsworth; Mrs. Minnie Zvolanek, Sharon. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Grubb Funeral Home, Ellsworth; Rev. L. Fred Houston. Burial will be in Ellsworth Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the funeral home. Mrs. Charles M. Tyner SYRACUSE — Mrs. Mary H. Tyner, 83, died Monday at Hamilton County Hospital. Born Feb. 18, 1890, at Walnut, she was married to Charles M. Tyner, May 9,1942, at Syracuse. v He died in 1971. She lived here 31 years. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Syracuse; American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors are sisters: Mrs. Carrie Arbuckle, Ulysses; Mrs. Jane Zirkle and Mrs. Louise Schulraan, Garden City. Graveside service will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Syracuse Cemetery; Rev. James Hinton. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at McFadden Mortuary, Syracuse. The family suggests memorials to the church. Funerals Mrs. Ming Chu Fong (Joe) The burial for Mrs. Ming Chu Fong (Joe), 50, of 14 East 6th, who died Saturday will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 p.m. until 9 a.m. until noon at Volkland Funeral Home. William H. Dryden William H. Dryden, 62, 501 North Main, died Monday at North Hospital. Born Oct. 13, 1910, at Hutchinson, he married Maxine Ousley, in Jan., 1943, at Hutchinson. She died Nov. 3, 1967. He was a retired manager of Wiley's Shoe Department and lifetime resident here. He was a member of St. Theresa's Catholic Church; World War II veteran; American Legion. Survivors are brothers: Wes, 1500 Linwood Drive; Joe, 37 Meadowlark; sister: Mrs. Lyle Debusk, Macksville. Funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Johnson and Sons Chapel. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from noon until 9 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel. The family suggests memorials to the American Heart Association. Elwin Clayton Stuart CLAFLIN — Elwin Clayton Stuart, 68, died Monday at Central Kansas Medical Center. Lightning sparks fire in Cof f ey ville COFFEYVILLE, Kan. (AP) — Fire resulting from lightning destroyed three businesses housed in two downtown buildings here Sunday night. Law offices and apartments on the buildings' upper floors also were destroyed and extensive water damage was reported at two other businesses, Coffeyville Optical Co., and Wall Jewelers. D. G. Hanna, fire chief, said today his preliminary estimate of $250,000 in damage "is going to be way short." One fireman, Jim White, was overcome by smoke and was reported in satisfactory condition at a local hospital. An invalid woman was evacuated from the apartments in her wheelchair. AN OZARK AIR Liner crashed Monday during a heavy thunderstorm into a residential area killing at least 30 persons. The high wing- Wagon train growing at fairgrounds Unseasonably cool Kansas temperatures and rainy weather hasn't dampened the spirits of campers with the Red Dale National Wagon Train, meeting at the Fairgrounds Monday, through Saturday. Some 40 families had set up camp at the north end of the fairgrounds by Monday, with another 200 expected to arrive throughout the week. Among the campers are 25 members of the local-based club, the Rambling Jayhawks. Many states represented According to Avery Johnson with AVS Camper Sales, 1511 West 4th, and National Round up Chairman, campers from South Dakota, Oregon, Texas, Kansas and the four surrounding states are represented. Among the groups are the Jackalopes, from Douglas, Wyo., sporting their stuffed jack rabbit with antlers mascot. The group will be touring businesses throughout the city including The News, Far-Mar- Co Grain Elevators, Dillons Warehouse and Cessna Fluid Power Division, Johnson said. Plenty of events Tuesday night the campers will be entertained with music from the Kansas Blue Grass Association. Other events throughout the week include a hobby show and grandmother contest Wednesday, club skits and the selection of the National Red Dale Camper Queen Thursday, and a group breakfast and dinner Friday. Clubs will make nominations during this year's Round up for the site of next year's event. Bolt hits house The roof and attic at the home of Judge William Gossage, 26 East 13th, sustained major damage in an early morning fire Saturday after lightning apparently struck the roof. Firemen were on the scene for two hours. * Dr. T. H.Bell 1 f| Doctor of Chiropractic || || Main at Avenue A f| || South Hutchinson, Ks. 1 1 Phone 662-4013 | Wmmm&mmmmmmmmmmM (Hutchinson News-UPI Telephoto) ed, two-engine F27 turboprop, flight 809 was bound for Lambert-St. Louis Airport from Marino, 111. • Restoration of heirloom Pictures A Truly Professional Service in Photograph Reproduction PHOTOGRAPHERS 205 North Main—Hutchinson Phone 665-5271' Page 8 Hutchinson News Tuesday, July 24,1973 Advice to ^ young folks: stay away WASHINGTON (UPI) — Gor- = don Strachan, 29, was asked^ Monday what advice he would give to young people seeking a career in national politics in Washington. "My advice would be to stay away," he replied. Strachan, a lawyer, served,as political aide to deposed White.* House chief of staff H:R. Haldeman and presently is* unemployed himself because of the Watergate scandal. He was. asked by Sen. Joseph Montoya^ D-N.M., a member of the Senate Watergate Committee, how he should answer some, of his mail. "Many young people are writing to us and to the committee expressing conster~ nation," said Montoya. "...They are greatly disappointed. What advice would you have for these young people?" Step Inside for these Sidewalk Day Sale! SHOES FOR [BOYSl AND |GIRLS $ Quite an assortment of odds and ends gathered up for quick sale. Most sixes, , colors and styles are included in the offering. BUY'EM FOR ONLY PAIR ALL SALES FINAL • NO REFUNDS • NO EXCHANGES 122 North Main Wednesday July 25 Hot Sidewalk Specials Polaron Outing Jugs and Chests At Sidewalk Special Prices Instant Cocoa Mix Swiss Miss Brand 98$ Value Carton of 14-1 oz. Packs 63 Style Asst. Shampoos And Cream Rinse 98c Values in 15 oz. Size Special At 39 Assorted Xmas Cards National Brands Selection of Values to $2.50 Your Choice 59 Sidewalk Grab Bag Cart Selection of Junk Values Are Unknown Grab At 9 Concentrate \ Rinse Away Dandruff Rinse $1.49—8 oz.|$2.29—16dzj 69*199* COOL INSIDE SPECIALS 1 Four Roll Pack 1 Toilet Tissue 1 Charminor 1 Northern in 1 Assort. Colors w w New Caress VI Toilet Soap 1 Body Bar "I With Bath y ilt ' 1 Oil For Only fc -O 1 1 1 Rlpon Brand 1 Assort. Cookies 1 Select From 1 Twelve Favorites xQ | 39$ Value Each £m\%J Notebook ,1 Filler Paper A 500 Sheets ? 1 in Narrow /iQ^ 1 or Wide Line # w ] r«c &«i\aDRUCS H»T'U.N50N 1 Sidewalk Day 1 Store Hours 1 8:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. I I MANY SIDEWALK SPECIALS TO NUMEROUS TO LIST