Clipped From The Hutchinson News
o CLASS MEMBERS—Front row: Mrs. Hobart Cooper, Hutchinson; Mrs. Glenn Mawhlrler, Pawnee Pawnee Uock; Mrs. Ted Johnson, Sylvia; Mrs. Lawrence Bradford, Sylvia; and Mrs. Elwtn Mardls, Preston. Back row. Mrs. Randall Turley, Kansas City, Mo.; Merlin Moran, Wichita; LHand Blaine, Hutchinson; Randall Turley, Kansas City, Mo.; and Roland Lang, Sylvia. Sylvia Class Has Reunion The Sylvia high school class of '30 held its 20th anniversary re- Sunday at the home of Mrs. t Cooper, 1521 East Sixth. Ten members were present out the original class of 19. Mr. and fa-:Mrs- Randall Turley, both mem- of the class, came the far est distance from their Kansas City, Mo. With the class members Stevens County And Hugoton Officials To Get New Quarters Hugoton — Both city and county j and water system has been under- officials here will be in new quar-'way for several weeks, tors soon. | Hard on the heels of the awal ' t Hj.Ut}ierail TeacKci'S ing of the contract for Stevena! county's new courthouse-memorial JJ0|(J ^ Coilf d'CllCC Sunday school teachers con- the Re- wives, husbands, and children to 'make a group of 18 adults and [16 children. The members present auditorium building, the city council council broke ground within the past, . .week for a new fire station and : fe' -enc e, held Sunday at home ini mwjclpal o££ice bu ,i dlng . jdeemer Lutheran church, was at! at! Creathbaum Brothers Co. of Lib-'tended by 50 teachers from five were !eral plunged into the courthouse! project within a week contract was awarded after the by the Rev - George Kctlner, in charge f> e school, said teachers from board of couniy commissioners.!Pratt, Preston, Haven, Holyrood i —- •••• f •' ooara oi couniy commissioners.' * * ai<i -» * ic««.m,, i^wn, nv^jiuu^ !have 25 ^ildren. including those| Excavatlon foi . the basement al-'and Ellinwood were present. Mr. *£,«" ^^ "' here ***«• '"adv is under wav. H&ttner talked on visual aids and 'ready is under way. j Mrs. Glen Knesiing, Sylvia, came! At the samp time the city broke| child evangelism while Rev. Karl . , , represent her husband, a class sod for construction o£ its new of- Karstensen, Haven, discussed gen- _ .' ._ *. * , . , . -. ., i *;_- I...M.H , **-- -*._!.; t-_ eral Stinrtav snhnol wrtrU. member, who had to be in North'fice building and fire station be- Dakota. The group kidded Roland Lang, Ule only member of the class who jside the municipal power plant. Remodeling of the building housing housing the power plant will be conducted conducted simultaneously. Creathbaum e has remained a bachelor. Included among the members 'also has this contract. present were businessmen, farm-i The city building will be 40 feet ! era - oilmen,* a KSIR guard, and,! by 60 feet in size. The fire tracks eral Sunday school work. The program ended with the iof course, housewives. i will be housed in one large room. The reunion is an annual affair, The office portion will include a _ll7_PT f 0 t\4 Last year it was at Sylvia, t h e;council room and quarters 1 year before at Kansas City, and three offices. ji years ago at Preston. A new engine for the power i „,,,., , -, . P lant P robabl y wil1 be delivered, Those who c 0 " 111 '''' m^e it are !soon and enlargin g 0( the plant j now livin S in California or otherj bui)ding ,„ Ume lQ accotnmodalc it 79,.such far-flung places. l js a mugt on ^ bi construction' The member of whom the class, da _ '« probably proudest was not able; Kevamping o , H ugoton'« sewer J lo be here - He is Glenn Austin,! .who has jus-; completed work on a j master's degree in philosophy at] a " ohlQ university. He will teach, at Arizona state teachers college,, Ten-.pc, Ariz., next fall. What makes Austin's achieve-; ofmetiLs remarkable is that ho has " a victim of acute arthritis! for several years. the Speedometer • 0 Service D. C. POTTER Parts Dept Open Saturday Afternoons 117 N. Washington Phone 8888 EXPERT RUG CLEANING Hutchinson Rug Cleaning Co. 604 W. First Tel 2«3 "Guaranteed Service" ZEPHYR ventilated Members of the class at home Sunday were Mr. and Randall Turley, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Glenn Mawhirter, Paw- nee Rock; Mrs. Elwin Mardis, p r eston; Mrs. Ted Johnson, Mrs. Lawrence Bradford, and Roland Sylvia; Merlin Moran, Wich- itai and Liland Blaine and Mrs. Hobart Cooper, Hutchinson.