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Norton vi lie SUSAN 6EDNAR USD 339 board of education met recently in the multipurpose room at Winchester. Winchester. Bids for a bus body and a bus chassis were read. Superintendent Lyle Hamm states that bids for the body were accepted from Easton Bus Service, Superior Bus Sales and South Kansas City Bus Sales. Bids for the chassis were accepted from Mercier Chevrolet at Valley Falls and Weishaar Brother International International at Nortonville, Nortonville Lumber Co. and Leslie Bond were awarded a contract to enclose the stairwells at the Jefferson County North High and Junior High schools. The enclosure would meet the state fire marshall's recommendation. Nortonville Lumber Co. and Bond bi(* *",087.96 for the """^ me ooaro approved a supplement to the school lunch agreement which enrolls USD 339 in the SW«>1 milk P™i™m. The Federal government has reinstated Under the program the school will receive 4 cents for etch one-half one-half one-half pint of milk consumed. This does not Include the one-half one-half one-half pint served with the type A 'meal. An application was approved for tuition for Mirk Miller to attend the North Centra) Area Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical school at Beloit for carpentry-cabinet carpentry-cabinet carpentry-cabinet making during the school year 1974-75. 1974-75. 1974-75. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCoy and son, Brian, Atchison, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McCoy and Mrs. Alice Stephan, Nortonville, were dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Melissa McCoy. The dinner was in honor of Joe McCoy's birthday on Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McCoy were in Holyrood last week to meet their new grandson, Arron Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Soeken, born Nov. 13. Mrs. Soeken is the former Ilene McCoy. Among the students attending attending Kansas State university, Manhattan, who are gaining practical experience experience as aides to high school and elementary school teachers is Miss Kathy Rosdahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle have left for Weslaco., Tex., where they will spend the winter in their mobile home. Mrs. Esther Schneider has received word of the death of Mr. Raymond Hendershot, Leavenworth. Mr. Hendershot was the brother of Mrs. Hazel Schlick, who was a former resident of Nortonville and a teacher at the Nichols school for many years. Miss Caroline Madison spent four days at the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Wlllard Madison. Miss Madison Is a hospital in St Lee Stephan is a patient at Stormont-Vail Stormont-Vail Stormont-Vail hospital, Topeka. The Knights of Columbus will hold their annual Memorial Services in the K of C Hall today at 7:30 p.m. It will be followed by the monthly social night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Splichal and son, Stephan, Hutchinson were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wistuba Mrs. Splichal is the former Karen wistuoa ana Mr. ichal is a former principal Jefferson County North High school before acccepting ATCWI»HCL0eE3 Suntfe?, N«v«mk«r IS, *m his present position as a banker in Hutchinson. The United Methodist women held their meeting with Chairman Mable Crosswhite calling the meeting to order and reading "Chain and Trust". Mrs. Pearl Harris read a poem. Mrs. Melissa McCoy had the devotions and Mrs. Bertha Weishaar had the lesson on India. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lula Wilkins. The next meeting will be Nov. 29, in the church basement. The United Methodist women are having a bazaar and food sale Dec. 7, from 1:30 te 4:30 p.m. at the church basement. Gerald Sears is a new employe at the Goodyear plant in Topeka. Mufflers guaranteed for life of car if same owner. 1900 Main. 9* roan >nmo

Clipped from The Atchison Daily Globe25 Nov 1973, SunPage 3

The Atchison Daily Globe (Atchison, Kansas)25 Nov 1973, SunPage 3
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