Duncan Sigg - High School Reunion 1968

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Duncan Sigg - High School Reunion 1968 - PAGE 10 THE lOLA REGISTER, THURSDAY, JUNE 1,...
PAGE 10 THE lOLA REGISTER, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1978 Class of '68 meets for lO-yeor reunion Members of the lola High School graduating class of 1968 met last weekend in their reunion since graduation. The dinner dance Saturday night at the National Guard Armory began with a reception hosted by the local organizing committee. Members of the committee were: Mary Yokum Mohr, Vickie Roberts Tholen, Beverly Robinson, Carolyn Duncan Sigg, Jim Gilpin, Steve Haen, Steve Troxel, Lonnie Henkle, Garold Endsley, Pam Garter Roush, Carl Roush and Susie Bishop King. Following the buffet dinner, John Copening introduced the class celebrities of 1968 from Best Dressed to Most Talented. The brief program closed with remarks from each class member as they came forward to receive their class directory which was prepared for the occasion. Announcements of the following reunion winners were also made: Farthest Traveled, Kathryn (Washington) Jukes; Married the Longest, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Marie) Gilliland; Married the Most Recently, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shinn; Most Children, Mr, and Mrs. Henry (Ronna Gamer) Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Linda Michael) Monfort; Least Hair, Greg Kretzmeier. Gass members and their guests included: . = • Wendell Bass, Mr. and Mrs. (Rose Brc»ks) Blandin, Ron Fry, Mr. and Mrs. James (Linda Garner) Young, Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Diane Kress) Stines, all of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Steve (Susan Frazler) Scuka, Jerry Lett and Herk Russell, all of Wictilta; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Briggs, Derby; Robert Burtch, Dodge City; Mr. and Mrs. James (Ctiarl Burtnett) Sowers, Valley Center; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Close, Butler, Mo.; Wayne Coblentz, Bonner Springs; Mr. and Mrs. John Copening and Pat Parker, Fort Smith Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Nell (Carol Creason) Weatherman, Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Ileanna Erbert) King, all of Shawnee; Mr. and Mrs. Gary FInkenblnder, Fulton, AAo.; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent FlippIn, Oklahoma City; Mrs. Larry (Linda Folk) Knapp, Mount Hope, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard (AAarle) Bllllland, McPherson; Mr. and Mrs. Davrd (Ann Gelser) Strack, Gardner; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson, Augusta; Greg Kretzmeler, Tulsa; Mr, and Mrs. Tom (Joyce Leap) Davles, Olathe; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Maple, Chanute; Mr. and Mrs. David Massoth and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sharp, all of Pittsburg; Dave and Wendy (Steward) McGuffln, Mike Obert, all of Overland Park; Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Linda Michael) Monfort, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore, Mr. and Mrs. (Barbara Shafer) Belne, and Donna Zornes, all of Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. John Nickels', Reston, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed (Janet Perkins) Gilbert, Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Mark ShInn, Fredonia; Linda (Sigler) SIgg and guest Ron Baker, Parsons; Mrs. James (Kathryn Washington) Jukes, Woodbridge, Va.; Teresa Yetzbacher, Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. Rick (Peggy Yohon) Tholen, Garnett, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed (B^ AAaloney) NIcholay, Lawrence; Gale (Emert) Ludlum, Mr. and Mrs. Scott (Susie Bishop) King, Pam (Carter) and Carl Roush, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Peggy Conner) Marple, Carolyn (Duncan) SIgg and Tom Luttrell, Mr, and Mrs. Garold Endsley, Mr. and Mrs. John (AAarcIa Franklin) Hoggatt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Ronna Garner) Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom (SusaojEarver) Ohmes, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gilpin, Mr. and Mrs. Steva Haen, Lonnie Henkle, Nancy HIM, Mr. and AArs. Jim (VIckl Roberts) Tholen, Beverly Robinson, Mike SIgg and guest TerrI Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sutterby, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Troxel, Mr. and Mrs. Gene (Mary Yokum) Atohr and Delorls Colgin, all of lola. On Sunday afternoon many class menibers brought their families to Everett Shepherd Park for Ice cream and cake. /Members not previously mentioned who were included are: Roger Hagerman, Great Bend; KIrby Gregg, Baxter Springs; Mr. and AArs. (Diane Maloney) Duchworth; Rodney Loomis, Wichita; Don Wiles, Houston and Delorls (Walters) Atzbach. Dry Forces ready campaign against booze with meals TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - He concedes it will be an uphill fight, but the leader of Kansas United Dry Forces said his group will work to discourage voters in Wyandotte and Johnson counties from approving liquor by the drink in restaurants. "We'll have people working in both those counties," the Rev. Richard E. Taylor Jr., said Tuesday: Chambers of commerce in both counties plan to lead petition drives to place the restaurant provision on the November general election ballot. In counties where the measure passes, restaurants will be permitted to sell alcoholic l>everages with meals under a new law adopted by the 1978 Kansas Legislature. Meanwhile in Hutchinson, the chamber of commerce board of directors voted Tuesday to accept its public affairs committee's recommendation that it push a liguor-by- the-drink petition drive. The Ixwrd's action still must be approved by a majority of chamber members. Dry forces are planning a county- by-county campaign to warn that restaurant liquor sales will increase alcoholism and related social and economic problems. But Taylor admits the campaign will be difficult in Wyandotte and Johnson counties because liquor-by-the-drink already is legal in neighboring Missouri. Bill Little, president and chief executive officer of the Kansas City, Kan., Area Chamber of Commerce said the chamber would support the referendum, which he said stands a good chance of passing in Wyandotte County. Wheat storage

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  2. 01 Jun 1978, Thu,
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