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Ellis News - Today's News At Ellis f\' Martorie Steel...
Today's News At Ellis f\' Martorie Steel Thursday Eve Bridge Club <;...Members of the Thursday Eve fUrig Bridge Club and two. guests, Mrs. Kate Rawley and Mrs. Irma Irma Walker, met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Don Kippes for a six-thirty dinner and Christmas party. ;The guesjs were seated at; quartette, tables decorated in I keepingwith the Christmas seas- j •'i'ollowing the dinner a Christ- j mas gift exchange was enjoyed; and the-evening was .spent in playing bridge. High score fa- yor was won by Mrs. Frank Ful-1 let and'second high by Mrs. G. '< ft. Niesley. j • Members present were Mes-i dames Joe Herbert, F. A. Brown, Ralph Kippes, H. C. Beckstrom, Mildred Waldo, E. ifc: Muhlheim, Wilma Schumacher, Schumacher, Dan Brookhart. Frank Fuller, Fuller, G. H. Niesley and Don Kip- Scott andAVarren Allen, students at Fort Hays State College, who reside in Hays, are spending the holidays at their homes in Ellis. Mrs. Henry Keller, accompanied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richards and Nancy of Hays, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson in Russell Sunday afternoon. afternoon. Harold Hillman of WaKeeney i was in Ellis Monday afternoon on business^.'V •'•,. V. . ; •'. Miss Betty Mayes- has, completed completed a ; .course: in the;JAirlines Training-'.Division of 'Stlafjtjic School in Kansas City, Mo., arid has accepted a position as res- ervationist with Western Airlines Airlines .at .Las Vegas, Nev: She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayes of Ellis; - ; Mrs. Kate Rawley and Mrs. H;: C. Beckstrom attended a li- fcrary workshop in Hays Friday. > Mrs. W. E. Bowen has return«fl return«fl home from Hadley Memorial Memorial Hospital in Hays where she ftas been a medical patient several several days. ^ .Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mixer sjjent the weekend in Sharon ings with their daughter, , Ray Mangold and family. rs^S^C^ Beckstrom has returned returned from Albany, Mo., where she. spent two weeks with her lister, Mrs. E. M. Crockett who fe ill. ? Mr. and *i£rs. G. H. Niesley went to Landed Sunday, 1 where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Mammel of Hutchinson Hutchinson for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Yeager. •'• Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mai and i'thildren of Wichita spent the £ weekend in Ellis with their par- fijHrts, Mr. and Mrs. William Mai *«nd^Mr. and, Mrs. Tomachek, .andj attended funeral services for;Mrs, Mai's grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Sehoerithaler. ',? Mtij.-^flSd ,Mrs. Don Rowland 9f Hays spent the weekend in wjth Mr. Rowland's moth- n^ucilJe Rowland. Judge To Decide Fate Of Attorney TULSA, Okla. (AP)-Tulsa attorney attorney Thomas G. Hanlon will learn today if he must stand trial for his part in the recovery recovery of a Stradivarius violin insured insured for $20,000. ' Hanton received a preliminary hearing Monday on a charge of knowingly receiving stolen property. property. Common Pleas Judge Fred Nelson delayed his ruling until Tuesday afternoon. County Attorney David Hall filed the charge against Hanl6n after the attorney turned over the violin to insurance company company representatives Aug. 20, several several days after it was taken from the Tulsa home of Paul Fite. Testimony-at the-hearing indicated Hanlon received a bank draft for $4,000. Hall contended Hanlon violated violated state law in' carrying out the recovery and exchange of the violin for money, alleging that he "has, in fact, bargained for the return of stolen merchandise." merchandise." No charges have been filed in the theft of the violin. Children Of Keokuk Explosion Yfctims Wijjl Receive Toys Iowa (AP) — Two

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  1. The Hays Daily News,
  2. 21 Dec 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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