Gilbert maluy takes vows at St. Benedict's Church.
the Atchison, How Time flies! The Globe iu July, 1913-40 1913-40 years Ago! Andrew Harman, 72, resident of Effinghara 35 years, where hÂ« was city marshal and street commissioner, commissioner, died at St. Joe, where he and his wife had lived four years. Byron Baker in the German bank. bank. Ted Morwick, took a position American Stale St. Benedict's college student, became catcher for the Atchison baseball team in the Intercity league. A passenger train was inaugurated inaugurated by the Santa Fe on the Pollywog branch between Atchison Atchison and Holliday. Six young priests took solemn vows at St. Benedict's church: Fathers Henry Courtney, Clement Clement Nordhus, Gilbert Maluy, Isidor Isidor Smith and Leonard and Bon' aventure Schwinn.