Lewis Lee Hoyt totaled his car.The Guthrian 16 Dec 1958.
Guthrie County, Local Churches To Observe Yule h Varibu,Churches Nerl Youths of Churches t Be Featured Part of (Christmas Festivities The holiday season is to be climaxed toy, observance to th Guthrie Center churches of th Holy Child's birthday, as true throughout the world. As is traditional, the celebrations revolve about the chil dren and young people of th church, with the youngster starring in the observances. First Methodist The First Methodist church will have the little folk's pro gram Sunday evening at 7:3C p.m. with primary, junior an intermediate children pre senting a musical and recita tional program entitled "O Come Let Us Adore Hfan." Presbyterian Sunday evening at 7.30, a special Christmas service will be featured Songs and pray ers for all ages, with simple dramatization of the story "Why the Chimes Rang." Baptist The entire Baptist Sunday school will present a play 01 Sunday evening at eight o' clock entitled, "The Messagi of the Bells." It will be follow ed with treats for the children Lutheran The Lutheran Sunday schoo will present the Christinas story in music and recitation Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Wesfeyan A pagaent, "The Old Old Story" will feature the Christ mas observances in the Wes leyan Methodist church, Sun day evening at eight o'clock Again treats for the children will follow the program. ' *Â· Cttrj M*^n f * The "Christian church Sun day school classes will each present numbers in their Christmas program Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. Refresh menu; will be served for those who attend. Over 1300 License Plates Issued To Guthrie County Auto Owners Licenses To Be Paid Pot Before February 1 To Exemnt Charges Do you know what you 1959 Guthrie county vehicle u ense number is* If you have purchased you 1959 plates it will read be tween the numbers of one am 1,370 According to Charlotte Knaner, Guthrie county treasurer, Madge Vincent, Guthrie Center, purchased the first '59 Guthrie county license plato. Next in line was Kenneth Christensen, Guthrie Center. Others who have purchase* their 1959 auto license plates include E. F Flynn, Panora 39; Joe Hunt, Bagley, 100; and Willis Lee, Guthrie Center, 1, 000. Truck owners who have been issued their license are Royal Charles Mansfield, Hemdon, number one; Geo. Arthur Meyer, Guthrie Center, 39; and R. G. I/ockwood, Bayard, 100. According to the Guthrie Bounty treasurer there hasn' been a large number of Gu All Vehicle Records Must Be In Treasurers Office To Buy License Those who have moved in liltiirie county the past year are urged to'have their auto icense records sent^o the Gu hne county treasurer office rom their respective county reasure office as soon as pos ible, according to Charlotte Cnauer Guthnie county treas ire- The county treasurer stated thrie county residents who have purchased their 1959 motorcycle I cense plates Dwighl C Mansfield, Herndon, was is sued the number one plate and the number 10 was purchased by Darrell Heckman, Guthrie Center Mrs Kanuer said that there sre a large number of vehicle owners purchasing their 1959 plates each day She also stat 3d that all new plates must be purchased by Feb 1, before a penality can be changed r Lewis Hoyt Auf Total Loss In One-Car Wreck Accident Took Place Northeast Of Menlo Late Saturday Night Lewis Lee Hoyt, Guthrie Center, was charged for not having his 1951 Plymouth un r control late Saturday night when he missed a curve on a county eravel road, ac cording to William Springer, towa h'ghway patrolman Hoyt was trawling east on the county road, five miles northeast of Menlo, when he lost control of the seven year oW vehicle, said Springer. Dwight fielding, Guthrie Center, who was accompany ng Hoyt at the time of the accident, received some minor luries He waa taken to the uthrie County hospital where w was treated and released Monday noon The auto was a total loss, tated the highway patrolman In Are Required To Give Respective Addresfe To Attorney General Robert C. Wilson, district rector of the Immigration Naturalization Service, stated that aliens m the United will be required to report \ddress to the Atorney Gener al within the near future AH aliens, with few tions, who are In the United States on Jan. 1, each year, must report their addre f by the end of the month. Only the following classes aliens are excused from this equirement: 1 -- Accredited diplomats. 2 -- /Persons accredited certain International organizations. 3 -- Those admitted temporarily as agriculture laborers. Forms with which to make ihe report may be obtained from any post office or immi gration office during the month of January. Wilson said that the law provides severe penalties foi 'allure to comply with the sorting requirement Mary McLaughlin Rites Thursday Morning Funeral services for Mary McLaughlin will be held day morning Dec 18, at St Mary's Catholic church In thrie Center. Rosary will be recited Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock :he Hill Funeral home Mrs McLaughlin passed a way Saturday morning, Dec 13, at the Guthrie County pital.