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Hays, Kansas
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Sunday, June 18, 2006
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A6 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS Hi TIE RENII SUNDAY, JUNE 16,2006 NadyneCalvert Gibson Nadyne Calvert Gibson, 90, Long Beach, Calif., died Wednesday, May 31,2006, at her son's home in Grand Junction, Colo. She was born June 13,1915, in Quinter to Cecil and Lela (Songer) Calvert. She attended Hays public schools and graduated from Port Hays Kansas State College with honors and received a master's degree in music from Northwestern University. She also attended the Eastman School of Music and the University of Southern California. She taught music in public schools in Kansas, Minnesota and Washington. She joined the faculty at Long Beach State College and taught music education for 25 years. She received the Alumni Achievement Award from Fort Hays Kansas State College and the Distinguished Achievement award from the School of Arts, California State University Long Beach. She was active in Fine Arts Affiliates of CSULB, P.E.O., Sigma Alpha Iota, Long Beach Symphony Guild and Los Altos Methodist Church. Survivors include three sons, Chris Gibson, Sacramento, Calif., Craig Gibson, Seal Beach, Calif., and Kim Gibson, Grand Junction, Colo.; and four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Gibson; three sisters, Eleanor Mason, Susan Giese, and Jean Garry; and a brother, Cecil Calvert Jr. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. July 1 at Los Altos Methodist Church, Long Beach. Memorials are suggested to Fort Hays State University Music Department. Tracy Lea Rickerson Caldvvell Tracy Lea Rickerson Caldwell, 36, Canon City, Colo., died Wednesday, June 14,2006, at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, Pueblo, Colo. She was born Nov. 26,1969, in Fort Scott to Max and Sharon (Heard) Rickerson. She was employed by Skyline Ridge Nursing Home and Quality Cleaners, Canon City. Survivors include four daughters, Nichelle, Brooke, Kate and Kylie; her mother, Sharon Porter, Denver; her father and stepmother, Max and Carol Rickerson, Chanute; a brother, Dale Rickerson, Fort Scott; and a sister, Tammy McClellan, Palco; and her grandfather, John Heard, lola. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Waugh-Yokum Funeral Home, 16 N. Buckeye, lola, KS 66749. Memorials are suggested to a memorial established in her name with Cherry Street Youth Center, Chanute, and can be sent in care of funeral home. Harold 'Dean' Williams Harold "Dean" Williams, 59, WaKeeney, died Saturday, June 10, 2006, at Veterans Hospital, Wichita. He was born May 1,1947, in Lenora to Samuel D. and Arlene (Kerfoot) Williams. He married Patricia Denise "Patty" Rudman on May 1,1976. M«ry Loli QfOM, 89, Nlo- valo, 6m., a farmer Rus&eii reeldew, died Thursday, May 11,2006, In Novato. Services will be at 3 p.m. July 2 at the First Congregational Church, Russell. "Dod«" Harrison, 94, Oakley, died Wednesday, June 14, 2006, at Windsor of Lawrence. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at Oakley First United Methodist Church; private In- urnment will follow at a later date. Carolyn Kay McMahon, 66, Hutchinsbn, died Wednesday, June 14, 2006, at her home. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Church of the Holy Cross, Hutchinson; followed by graveside services at 4 p.m. at Mount St. Joseph Cemetery, Abilene. Burial will She preceded him in death on May 28,2006. He was a mechanic. He served in the U.S. Army and was a veteran of the Vietnam War, earning two bronze Service Stars. Survivors include a son, Mikeal Williams, WaKeeney; a daughter, Leslie Williams, WaKeeney; four brothers, Sam Williams, Wilson, Gary Williams, Norton, Steve Williams, Hill City, and P.O. "Paul David" Williams, Morland; two sisters, Sherry fOffcMr 1 flf ttHi VTillftikSfl Wlfl M WWH a a,m. to $ p.m. today at Elliott, Mortuary, 1219 N, Main, H i tlfAJVfai Imt'ifc ' • • . - utcntnsoo* : lw*WlimtW«0orw, 98, Norton, died Wednesday, June 14,2006, at Good Samaritan Center, Oberlln. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at United Parish Church, Lenora, burial In Lenora South Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to 8:30 p.m. today at infield Funeral Home, 218 W. Main, Norton. NITWIT ItUCY The Hays Daty News WM publish a bank, standard oWuary free of charge for people with direct ties to the newspaper's circulation area. If survivors desire to add Information to an obituary, they may do so for an additional charge. Completely custom obituaries are handled as paid advertising. Rtrmorotftlorfna- tion, can (785) 628-1061. Skuball, Morland, LeAnn Morford, Hill City; a half-sister, Sheila Yenglin, Plainville; and two grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Stinemetz Funeral Home, 522 Pomeroy, Hill City. Following services, his cre- mains will be buried at Kansas Veterans Cemetery, WaKeeney, as well as his wife's cremains. Full military honors will be given by 24th Infantry Division, Fort Riley. GOP: Kansas senator wins favor of conservatives CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 Aides to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist of Tennessee were there, too. The event is the traditional kickoff of the fall campaign. "It's never been this early," said Iowa's Republican chairman, Ray Hoffman. "I think it's a positive for our state." He said that the attention from presidential candidates will bring money and organizational expertise to local candidates. "The message is that we need to stand strong for certain principles, ideas and actions," Allen said. Allen, who faces a Senate challenge from Democrat Jim Webb, said he probably would not return to Iowa, where precinct caucuses launch the presidential nominating season, before the November election. He dismissed suggestions that other potential White House candidates would have an edge because they are free to roam Iowa. Pataki and Romney both have announced they are not seeking another term as governor, and both are frequent visitors to Iowa. Pataki last week announced a leadership team of key Iowa activists, and Romney followed suit on Saturday, using the state GOP convention as a backdrop to release a list of 50 key Republican activists who have signed on. Generally cast as a moderate, Romney sounded a theme of social conservatism before dele- gates at the state convention who are generally more conservative than most Republicans. "The family is the absolute foundation of our culture," Romney said. Brownback, a favorite of those social conservatives, touched on issues such as restricting abortion to taking a tough stand on the war in Iraq. Republicans should not be afraid of backing the war, the senator said, despite polls showing dwindling support. "I think we should talk about the war," said Brownback. "I think it's time to have another debate, another national debate about the war." Pataki has gotten attention for his focus on grassroots retail politics, which he said was the centerpiece of his effort. "It's certainly something that 1 love," said Pataki. "The best way to counteract the negatives about Republicans, the best way to energize the party is to meet people directly." Virtually all of the Republicans say they are spending their time helping candidates for the fall. The governor's office is coming open, at least two of the state's five congressional districts feature competitive elections and the Legislature is in a virtual tie. "An awful lot of the leaders here want me to come back to speak to fundraisers, to help mobilize the troops at their barbecues and picnics," said Pataki. "It's gratifying to hear they want me to come." Founder of The New York Review of Books dies in New York at 76 years old NEW YORK (AP) — Barbara Epstein, a founder and co-editor of The New York Review of Books who pushed for American distribution of "The Diary of Anne Frank" and edited the book's original U.S. version, has died. She was 76. Epstein died Friday of lung cancer at her Manhattan home, said Robert Silvers, her longtime co-editor at the book review. For more than 40 years at the magazine, Epstein guided the work of literary luminaries such as Gore Vidal and Joyce Carol Oates. The Boston native founded the magazine with a group that included Silvers, Robert Lowell and her then-husband, Jason Epstein, during a 1963 publishing strike that shut down The New York Times Book Review. 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