Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 5
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Page 5 Garden City Telegram Saturday. October 27. T962 ne WESTERN KANSAS By BETH LILLEY Witches and goblins will make their mythical yearly appearance in just a few days. In the past few years law officers have been kept busy investigating Halloween complaints due to pranksters. These Halloween pranks have become more and more like acts of vandalism with property damage rising every year. Remember the good old days When Halloween was the one time of year that mother let the kids stay up past midnight and bob for apples? No doubt, a lot of adults can remember the tricks they used to play on Halloween when they were kids. For instance, this deponent will never forget the time a group of neighborhood kids decided to topple over a farmer's outhouse, only to meet with the farmer and his sawed-off shotgun, filled with buckshot. Ah, yes, those were the old old days. Grant County farmers report the grain sorghum harvest nearly completed. Already many cattle herds can be seen pasturing on the milo stalks. Record high yields are also . coming in from many Southwest Kansas counties. All this and still no freeze. People in the Leoti area are getting set for a big event — "Bean Day." The self-appointed pinto bean capital of Kansas will celebrate Saturday, Nov.' 3. Among items on the celebration calendar is a free feed — featuring, of course, beans. Dighton residents were really going to initiate their new sidewalks and streets. A street celebration with sidewalk sales, pa- Satanfa Queen Tom UnRlcs Plioto radcs and dances were conducted today. to be Sharon King, front, is Satanta High School's 1962 football Homecoming queen. Bar attendants are, from left, Nancy Hagaman, Melody Aker and Kay Cullison. All of the students are sophomores. Oine of Eight Meetings in State 1,500-2000 Teachers to Be Here for Annual Convention The 99th annual meeting of the I The first general session will informal conversation between Kansas State Teachers Assn. get under way Thursday, 9:30 will be conducted in Garden City and seven other convention cities next Thursday and Friday, Nov 1 and 2. Highlight of the meeting here will be addressed by Dr. Daniel a.m. in Clifford Hope Auditorium. Vice President Idy. L. Smith, Hugoton, will preside. Jim H. Sloan, mayor of Garden City, and Dr. Leroy E. Hood, superintendent of local schools, meetings. A style show will be staged Thursday at 7 p.m. at the War- j ren Hotel for the women. At the today... in Garden City Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Melvin Taylor, 619 N. Main. Mrs. Gerald" Dillon, 2105 N. Main. Jane Lauglilin, 1309 Hackbcrry. Mrs. Elmer Snyder, Jr., 208 N. 1st. Nancy Lee Fisher, Holcomb. Mrs. Dorothy. Ehmke, Dighton. H. Dean Davies, 808 Anderson. Lawrence N. Graham, Deerfield. Mrs. Eugene Beaslcy, 2302 A. Mrs. Lupe Carsbajal, Daniel Courts. Mrs. Virgil Maddox, Scott City. At Leopold C. M. Byrd, Roggen, Colo. A. E. Anderson, Lcoti. Mrs. Carrie Johnson, 802 N, 4tti. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mrs. Grace Thomas, 621 Garden City Ave. Mrs. M. F. Geisler, 517 Chester" field. Mrs. Roy Caswell, 104 W. Cedar. Everett R. McKee, 511 N. 9th, Melvin Turlcy, Scott City. Dennis Coatcs, 710 Penn. Wesley Retherford, 908 N. 4t1u Mrs. Lee C. Burton, 302 N. 10th, Ray Hampson, Dighton. Mns. Rose Minor, 1402 W. Fulton. Mrs. Deryle Mosley, 107 W. Hazel. At Leopold Dale Kocihn., Montezuma. .BIRTHS At St. Catherine A son to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beasley, 2302 A, Oct. 26, at 4:08 p.m., 6 pounds, 9 ounces. Courts POLICE Bonds Posted — Mrs. Jessie Ortega, 1402 A, parking in a pri- driveway, $1. Walter, Leroy , impeding traffic, $5. same time a get acquainted coffee will be conducted at th e Old Armory building for the men. A Esther Paulcttc Zahntor, 1505 N. Main, impeding traffic, $5. Jack Dean Adams, Columbia, Ga., im- right-hand turn, $5. Claude Ulysses Chief of Police Carl Stranathan is looking for a neat thief that is a poor driver. Someone stole a car from the home of Clarence Rallingere. The thief left no clues — however the car was found perched on a broken gas meter several blocks away. Officials in Ulysses said the hazardous job of pulling the car off the meter was accomplished without igniting the escaping gas. Two Men Fined For Assault Two men have been fined in Police Court here in assault and. battery incidents. John Paul Sanders, a laborer living at Daniels Courts, was fined $100 and sentenced to 60 days. He was charged on a complaint signed by Archie W. (Smoky) Crow, 512 E. Fulton. That incident occurred Wednesday night. John Edward Goings, Garden City Junior College student from Stamford, Conn., was charged with disturbing the peace and with assault and battery. That incident occurred Sunday night. Ulyses C. Herbert, 207 N. 2nd, signed the disturbance complaint. Goings was fined $50 on that c'harge. He was placed on parole for a year on condition he return to his home in Connecticut. The fine wa/s remitted. He was charged with assault and battery on a complaint sign ed by Clayton Elliott Smith, Larned, whom he allegedly struck. That charge was dismissed when Smith did not show up in court to press the charge. Goings Ml town Uiu. week. Poling, editor of the Christian will welcome teachers, to the special boxing demonstration has f ro £*U lg i":™""*/ '"', J ,•„„"„ Herald magazine of New York citj. | been arranged by the Chamber j ^^d?^ P ^Jf^l'. City; and Dr. M. Eunice Hilton, "Freedom's Price — Now" will professor of education at the Uni- i be y^ i op j c O f an address deliver- versity of Denver. ! e d by Poling - Th * "™]!S™ .T" S.,? 1 * ! Platform guests will be depart- Kansas State Teachers College and high school Little- Theater. j J°* BCi J ^Sen" Assn!? and Tom Saffel, senior high school i Rppn , PA Sm1th _ Garden Citv. ores- principal, said the Wednesday meeting is just for delegates. They will transact all business for this section of the KSTA, including the election of a vice president for the 1963 meeting in Bernice Smith, Garden City, president of Kansas State Teachers Assn. In addition to the regular professional meetings, the Garden i r rnursdav _ City Teachers Assn., tht P-TA '' * of Emporia alumni will conduct a luncheon Thursday noon at the Luau Inn. M.O. Philips, assistant dean of Garden City Junior College, is chairman. Kansas burg will n *.* the at tne Dodge City. They will also elect ' and the Chamber of Commerce a classroom teacher to the board I have combined efforts to provide •Mrs. J.W. Salter, high school chairman of the College alumni din- $35, Robert Allen Arnold, Suib- lette, speeding, $10. Bobby Ray Haunschild, 212 Washington, no driver's license, $5. Peter Branson Mitschler, 309 Davis, parking too far from curb, $1. Fined — Chester Lee Marlow, Rt. 1, running blinking red light and no driver's license, $15. Committed. Bonds Forfeited — Billy Edward Sessions, Robert Allen Arnold, Mrs. Jessie Ortega, Coy Davis, Bobby Ray Haunschild, Claude L. Keith. of directors for a three year term, j a full slate of extra curricular j Saffell said he expects 1,500 to activities. | 2,000 teachers in th e southwest The Civic Center will be open . portion of Kansas to attend the on both Thursday and Friday lo em "S * l ine t^o-day convention. i Provide coffee and ?_#^J? • ^''Z^^gSS .„ ki u n u Art of Discipline" at the Friday!Mrs. Martlha Dougherty deaths Piano-Playing Texans Open Concert Season A couple of Texans came to town last night and fired with both guns. They were the Teltschik brothers — who together form a single, brilliant musical mind with four hands to execute its talent. Alfred and Herbert Teltschik, duo-pianists, presented the first Community Concert of the new sear.on at Clifford Hope Audit- of musical parents, and have another brother who also, ii; an session. Platform- guests will be 205 S. in the Fellowship Baptist Home. .„ . . . „ . TT i She was born Feb. 13, 1888 at ing will start at 2 p.m. in Hope ^ M , ch and ^ bccn a Auditorium. ! resident he-re 38 years coming Various departmental meetings j from Springdale, Ark. will be conducted Thursday, all ' . Mrs. Dougherty was a mom- artist at the keyboard. When not: starting at 2:45 p.m. They arc j ber of Uie Fellowship Baptist to be at the 'Junior College libr- , church. Shn was married to Emery Edwin Dougherty Jan. 26, 1907 at Kalkaska, Mich. He died April 9, 3959. on tour, the Teltschiks are busy . . . wHl the seven, studios of music ary, s_ e n i o r high auditorium, Which they operate. Gc ° r 8' a Matthews elementary They are now fulfilling their school auditorium, junior high 15th sold-out transcontinental! east club room, senior high. Survivors include four __t. n ..lT!4i1. n Tl-« nni^in n n ,1 12. tl V* . \ . m . l^ .1 T 1 „!!.._. .. tour, and last night's appearance school Little Theater, and Gar- I tel - S) Mrs . E was their eighth in 11 days. Even s fle 'd School Auditorium. i Margie Sizer they drove arl Ilollcy, and Mrs. Sizemore, both of Ceres, Calif., Mr.-i. Imogens McCombs, community uracm 01 me new the rigors O f travel - they drove soecUl meeting for instructions Calif " Mni ' Im °S ene McCombs, sear.on at Clifford Hope Audit- f «- 2 the d \ *"£' ^f nc9h f° dlrc ° classes U»V»™' Wash., ami Mrs. Eve- onum. The event held its ow.r, b£ _ m t ^ ^ whelted of exception^ thUdr en ^ scs i yn Bauer. Scott City; three sons, aeainst the stiff conwetition of _.,_ . .. ,_ „;„„ , n , nnt wm Pieceue me ui.pdiiiiit.iu Hllh/ ,_ t _ f nnnsnn nhir, Hm-hm-i against the stiff competition of a high school football game, and concert-goers had a much more pleasing evening than local football fans. The Teltschiks form a brilliant, self-contained piano team, whose timing, perfect blending and highly developed technique kept the attentive and appreciative audience in raptured admiration. Bom of Austrian par, nts in Floresville, Tex., these brothers proved lhat 176 piano keys are . . . will p r e c e d e the department •edge of their amazing talent. meetings This will start a t 1:30 Their two grand piano:, travel with thorn, and are kept in perfect tune by the same artistic hands which play the keyboards. The concert featured several of their own arrangements from such composers as Khachaturian, Debussy, Strauss, Ravel, Stravinsky and Liszt, in addition to the compositions of Bach, Brahms, Rachmaninoff and Mendelsohn. Three encore numbers included p.m. at Georgia Matthews, Rooms 2 and 3. The special education classes in Garden City will present a demonstration to be followed by panel discussions. Round table discussions are Hubert of Ranson, Ohio, Uurhort, 1316 Hattie, and Earl of Rt. 1; three sisters, Mrs. Florsi Si/.c- more and Mrs. Luella Hill i,. r «Ui of Springdale, Ark., and Mia. Pearl Johnson, Ontario, Calif.; 31 gram'children and 38 great- grandchildren. scheduled for Friday. They will | Funeral will be Monday at 2 be. conducted at all Garden City schools and at two local rcstaur ants. The convention p.m. in the Fellowship Baptist Church with the Revs. R. II. A Ibert and W. T. FroggatU) offi- conclude ! eiating. Burial will be in Valle-y better than 88. They are products! antl "Malaguena." —: B.B. the -ever popular "Sabre Dance" | with the end oi Friday's activi- View Cemetery with Uw Phillips ties. White Funeral Home in charge.

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