Nadine VanArsdale Strawn

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Nadine VanArsdale Strawn - Four persons were injured fa tally in traffic...
Four persons were injured fa tally in traffic accidents in the Moberly area Sunday, and two others suffered minor injuries. Killed in a Iwo-car crash on Highway 24 about a half mile east of Clifton Hill at 2:20 a.m. were Mrs. Paul Mufich, 30, Bethel, Bethel, Kan., and her daughter, Candie Leigh, age 2, and Neil W. Xebbenkamp, 22, Salisbury. Mrs. Lester Strawn, 70, of 1210 Concannon, a passenger in a 1963 Studebaker s e d a n , driven by her husband, involv- ed in an accident al Emerson and Reed al 4:11 p.m., died al 7:50 p.m. in Woodland Hospital, Hospital, an autopsy revealing a rup- lured spleen as the cause of dealh- There were no survivors or witnesses to the accident in which the three persons were killed near Clifton Hill. The accident accident was discovered by Mai-tin Mai-tin Derboven and George Reich- erl, both of Moberly. The Highway Patrol said (he Tebbenkamp car was "com- pletely on Die wrong side of the road by aboul three or four feel and s|ruck the Mufich car head on." Bolh cars remained on the road and both were demolished. Mrs. Mufich was driving a 1959 Chevrolet and Tebbenkamp a 1954 Chevrolet. Moberly police said that the Slrawn car, going south on Emerson Emerson and turning lefl onto Reed, collided with a westbound westbound 1958 Potiliac coach driven driven by Russell E. Gillispic, 20, of 825 Cleveland avenue. The Grand Champion Steer Is Shown by Ada Thornburg \ rln 1*1. 1 ' - ^*^^ Ada Thornburg, member of (he Willing Workers 4-H Club, showed the grand champion steer - a 1,089 - pound Angus --al the annual purebred beef cattle show and 4-H and PFA beef steer show and sale al the livestock pavilion in Rothwell Park yesterday. The reserve, champion--a 395- pound Angus--was shown by Ronda Keller. The 75 head ol steers brought. aand per . , average weight of 976 pounds. The lop steer went to KWIX radio for 60 cents per pound. The r e s e r v e champion steer sold for 539.50 per cwl.; and was purchased by Cily Bank and Trust Co. The champion shorthorn steer was exhibited by Sherri Ryals, and the champion Here- Mrs. Blanche Nise, Pioneer Moberlyan, Dies Here at 91 One hundred eighloen head ol cattle- were exhibited. Breeding Classes In thd breeding classes, Ihe champion Hereford bull was shown by. Bill Palmer, Clifton Hill, and Ihe champion Hereford Hereford female by Dana Irons, Moberly. The champion Angus bull was shown by Hayden anc Rinehart and Ihe champion female female by Pamela Crutcher of Moberly. In the) Hereford steer class, blue awards were won by Craig Edwards, Norma Cochran, Ron nie Shoaf, Brenda Burton, two steers; Roslyn Jeffrey, Laura Irons, Randa Jeffrey, Radford Gillispie car went into a ditch I on the south side of Ihe road and the Strawn car was turned completely a r o 11 n d, officers said. The Slrawn car was demolished, demolished, and Ihere was extensive extensive damage lo the other machine. machine. Mrs. Slrawn was born and reared in Moberly. She was employed employed for a number of years by Ihe MK and T Railroad, un- lil h e r retirement f i v e years ago. She was a member of the West Park Methodist Church- Dies in Crash NEIL W. TEBBENKAMP Surviving are her husband- two sons, Stanley, Moberly, William W., Lake View, Ore.; one daughter, Mrs. Jane Wolf, Keytesville; three grandchil' dren; three sisters, Mrs, Jack G a r r i s o n a n d Scrutchfield, Moberly; and Misj Vera VanArsdale, Dajlas, Tex.; and one brolhci, Spencer VanArsdale, VanArsdale, Dayton, Ohio. Funeral Tomorrow The body is at the Cater Funeral H o m e . Funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow tomorrow afternoon in tho funeral chapel by I h e ' Rev. Stone Jr., pastor of the West I'avk Methodist Church, Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Tebbetikamp, former Salisbury Salisbury High School basketball s t a r , - w a s the son of Mrs. Wallace Tebbenkamp, and was a sludenl al Tulsa University, University, Tulsa, Okla. A memorial fund h a s established at Salisbury f o r Young Tebbenkamp. Contributions Contributions may be left at the Winkelmeyer Funeral Home or Manion Manion Chevrolet or can be given to any member of the 1960 basketball team al.Salisbury High School. N e i l W. Tebbenkamp born Jan. 2, 1942, near Springs. The Tebbenkamp family family moved lo Salisbury 17 ago. They',live on a farm three miles east of Salisbury. Neil was a 1960 graduate of (Continued On Page 6)

Clipped from Moberly Monitor-Index08 Sep 1964, TuePage 1

Moberly Monitor-Index (Moberly, Missouri)08 Sep 1964, TuePage 1
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