Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 31, 1962 · Page 2
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markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A'* Eggs A'» Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs B's Large Eggs C's 1st Grade Cream '•Day Cream Heavy Hens Light Hens LOCAL WAGON PRICES $2.00 unchg. $1.55 urtclig. .80 unchg. $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PKICES Committees Work Behind Scenes for KSTA Convention Wheat Mile Ryo Barley Wheat Mile Barley $1.98 up 1 $1.55 unchg. .80 unchg. $1.60 unchg. GARDEN CITY LIVESTOCK Fat cattle receipts: 368 head. Fat cattle market was steady to strong on most classes. High good to high choice steers sold from S27 to $28.90. The average good to low choice sold mostly from $26.50 to S27.50. Standard a.nd low goods sold readily from $24.50 to $26. Choice heifers sold on a steafl'v to strong market 25 higher, selling froir. $26 to $27.90 with average good to low choice from $25 to $26. The standard and good sold mostly from $24 to S25.25. Cow market ruled generally steady to strong with canners j and cutters mostly from $11 to j S14. Utility and commercials sold' on a steady basis from $14 to $16 •with a few fat cows and heifer- ettes up to $17. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 2,500; calves 200; steers and heifers slow, steady to 50 lower; cows steady to 25 lower; vealers choice steers 26.25-29.35; good to choice steers .6.25-29.35; good to average choice heifers 24.00-27.65; utility and commercial cows 14.5017.50; good and low choice veal- ers 23.00-26.00; good and choice feeders 25.00-26.50. Hogs 3,000; barrows and gilts weak to 25 lower; sows steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-260 Ib 16.50-17.00; sows 1-3 270-400 Ib 14.75-16.00. Sheep 600; all classes steady; good to prime lambs 18.00-20.00; cull to good ewes 4.50-6.00; good ti> choice feeders 13.50-15.00. today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Jamey Dean Obholz, 207 N. 4th. Mrs. Arthur Bentley, Dighton Robert Fair, Rt. 1 Marion F. Smith Lakin Donald J. Biekcr, 516 Bancroft Godfrey Gcier, 322 N. 10th. Robert J. Burgin, Pierceville Mrs. R.J. Bowe, 1208 E. Chestnut Durwood Swilley, 415 Magnolia Kyra Lynn Wasinger, Scott City Mrs. Wallace Kuhlman, LanJn Catherine Bowe, 1208 E. Chestnu' Mrs. Donald Vaughn, 304 E. Johnson Responsible for the general plans of the KSTA meeting here is this convention committee headed by Claudin* Lindner, center, front. Other members are Esther Lowe, Teloffrnm Plioio front Left, Naomi Burch, front right, and, back row, from left, George Bauer, Dean Nolte, Alda Colins and Marguerite Roth. . deaths Mrs. Gertrude Plummer Funeral for Mrs. Gertrude May Plummer, 80, of Roseburg, Ore., and former Garden Citian, will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the Phillips-White Funeral Home. The Rev. Carl Ingersol of the Nazarene Church will officiate. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery'. Mrs. Plummer died Tuesday morning in Roseburg. Friends may call at the funeral home from noon Sunday until service time Monday. Warn Students At Mississippi OXFORD. Miss. (AP) - Amid signs of new trouble, the Justice Department sent its No. 2 man to the racially troubled University of Mississippi on Halloween eve. . Rowdy students quickly got this warning: quit harassing Negro James H. Meredith or face federal contempt charges. Nicholas Katzenbach, the deputy attorney general, flew in from Washington in the wake of a firecracker barrage on Meredith's dormitory Monday night. L. L. Love, dean of students, later told ' a group of students Katzenbach had announced that anyone arrested in future disturbances would be charged with contempt of federal court. Tom S. Hines, director of student personnel, gave announcements of. the warning to the campus radio station for broadcast, quoting Edwin 0. Guthman, Justice Department press officer. In Garden City Arthur Fief. 1212 St. John j Mrs. Dennie Atherton, 304 W. i Santa FR j Mrs. George Deslongchamp, 608 Bancroft. Michael Komlofske, Rt. 1 Mrs. John Wahlmcier, El Rancho Trailer Ct. Mrs. Billy L. Brown, Rt. 1 At Leopold Vivian Koehn, Ingalls DISMISSALS At St. Catherine James and Douglas Rilcy, 207: Conkling Allen Howard, Ulysses Mrs. Dick D i c k c r s o n, 509 Chesterfield i H. Dean Davics. 808 Anderson > Mrs. Bert MastLn, 109'/2 Hazel Mrs. Lee R. Pilcher, 1220 Old Manor Mrs. Dorothy Chmke, Dighton i Georgine Rojas, 211 S. 12th. Mrs. Eugene Beasley, 2302 "A" Mrs. Clarence Wheeler, 520, Taylor Mrs. John Novack, Deerfield At Leopold Mrs. Jack Lowry, 813 Evans Wilson E. Miller, St. John BIRTHS At St. Catherine A son to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bamberry, Imperial Rt., Oct. 30 at 6:47 p.m. 8 poundr> 14 ounces. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Wahlmeier, El R a n c h o Trailer a. Oct. 31, at 4:28 a.m. 6 pounds, 3 ounces. A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Brown, Rt. 1 Oct. 31 at 6:34 a.m. 7 pounds, 9 ounces. A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lancaster, 404 E. Maple, Oct. 31 at 4:12 a.m. weighing 6 pounds, 5 outlines. / see... by The Telegram Patti Morrell, Garden City, is a member of one of four student choral groups at Western State College who are rehearsing for a concert Nov. 8. She is a junior at Western State. Also, James Garner, Satanta, a sophomore, is a member of one of the groups. Sunday will be an "appreciation day" at Fort Lamed for residents of Finney, Ness, Rush and His counties. A driver's license as evidence of county residence will admit the bearer an£ family !rom one of these four counties. The Fort, located 6V£ miles west of Lamed on US156, will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Legals — Sunset Memorial Gardens, Inc., to LeRoy E. Anderson, et ux, section A, lot 150, spaces, 1 through 4. Corporation Deed — Marc Construction Company, Inc., to Ted M. Altaian, et ux, lot 11, block 4 in Crown Heights Addition. DISTRICT Divorce Filed — Mary L. William/5 vs. Raymond R. Williams. Publicity was under ths guidance of this committee, headed by Georg« Bauer, center, front. To his left is Leo Mae Copp, and Caroyn Chopp, right. Back row, from left, are Teloprari Photo Dudley Morton, Myrtle Houghton, Clara Salter, and A. J. Chopp. All are members of the Garden City Tea.chers Assn. Professor Wirhour Attending a Single Class Charles E. Clark Funeral for Charles E. Clark, 55, 208 N. Washington, will be Friday, 2:30 p.m. at Garnand Funeral Home with the Rev. A.F. 1 Fleming officiating. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery, i Mr. Clark" died Monday in St. ! Catherine Hospital. " ' Charles Eggen, Sr. Funeral for Col. Charles P.. E§«en, Sr., fi9, Vancouver, Wash, and former longtime Garden Cit- ian, will be Thursday, '1 p.m. at the Community Conj.re^atioiial Church with the f!ev. John D. Fitzgerald officiating. Friends may call at the (lur- nand Funeral Home today until 9:30 p.m. Mr. lv'-':4en died Monday in Detroit, Mich., where he was visiting a son. Death was attributed to a heart attack. He was born Aug. in. 1893 in Topeka and lie married Martha Cob)) Sept. 25, 1'J'ji), in Garden Citv. Mr. Kggen was a niein'ier of the Masonic Lodge, Trian No. IMG. Knights Templar and Community Congregational Church. '. He entered the Army in lim a'nd was retired jn 1953. Follow- irtg his discharge from the Arm'.. he began teaching at Clark junior Colletie nt V.-incoiner. Hi' retired from that profession in I'ir>'). Survivors in-Kide t ! 'e widow; two sons. Charles LJ., Jr., of Hir- mingham, Mich., and Dk'k ]•'•-!•;• en of Prill; 'i daughter, Bi.-\- erly Eggen, Baghdad, Iraq; ,, brother, Fred Burton ••' "' Fla.: and seven grandchildren. .'•'. Burial will be in Valley Viesv Cemetery. ST1LLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Dr. William A. Pierce, associate professor of mathematics at Oklahoma State University, was ordered committed to a private hospital for mental treatment Tuesday. Jud>ge Max Sater signed the order on recommendation of a three-man sanity bo....< and ordered Pierce taken immediately to an Oklahoma City clinic. Pierce wa s relieved <>' duty and arrested this week following two disturbances — on e in his classroom and the other in a restaurant. Pierce told the court he had been persecuted by the John Birch Society to "make me tell j all about th e Communists." j Mother Named Honorary Graduate of Georgia Tech ATLANTA. Ga. (AP)—A mother j has been named an honorary | graduate at Georgia Tech without I attending a single class at the' engineering school. Elizabeth B. Zicgler earned the distinction as the mother of seven Tech graduates, all good studen'ts and now successful in their chosen fields. In addition, her first grandson received his degree last year. With 22 more grandchildren already around, she could be eligible in time for some kind of special grandmother prize. Mrs, Ziegler, a native of Stuttgart, Germany, was honored during a special ceremony in the presence of her seven sons, Tech officials announced Tuesday. It was th e first time the Zieglors POLICE Bonds Posted — Henmenegilda Mary Rayas, Holcomb, improper driving, $5. Mrs. William Fant, Rt. 1, improper driving, $5. Traffic Accidents — Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at 6th and Pine. Car driven by Mrs. William Fant, ftt. 1 (moderate damage), and station •wagon driven by Kenneth Melvin Zimbelman, 1818 Pinecrest (minor damage). Tuesday at 4 p.m. in 400 block of N. Main. Parked car of Mrs. Jim K. Miller of Satanta struck by unidentified vehicle which left the scene. Moderate damage to parked car. Page 2 fiitrdon rity Tolofjrnm Wednesday, Oct. 31, Two Persons Sentenced Two Garden Citians received jail sentences in Finney County district and county courts Tuesday, Opal Zimmerman was sentenced to the county jail for a term of six months on a reduced charge of joy riding. The original charge was auto theft. She will serve her time at the Kansas State Industrial Farm at Lansing. Robert Ray Hamill was sentenced to 30 days in ^County Jail on each of three warrants charging him with writing- account-closed checks. Assistant Ag Agent Moves Tex O. Demuth, assistant Finney County agricultural agent in training, has been transferred to the Extension office at Dodge City. He has been working out of the Garden City extension office with Kenneth Fromm, county agricultural agent, and Mrs. Elcie Branden, home economics agent, since last February. He takes over similar duties at Dodge City Thursday. In Dodge City, Demuth will work under the direction of Monte Clark and Miss Alice Miller, Ford County extension agents. Demuth completes his in-training service next January. Stock Market Clings to Edge NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market clung to a slim upside edge in moderate trading early this afternoon as gains of an initial rally were reduced. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up .3 at 218.1, with industrials up .6, rails up .2, and utilities off .1. Steels .and motors were the pacemakers in early trading as key stocks throughout the list posted gains of fractions to a point or so. Many of these gains were pared as trading slowed. U.S. Steel began the day with a 1-point rise which was halved in later dealings. SHOE STORE Coutrier Weather Conditions Southwest for Winter Togetherness' Tfimg Down Pat DAYTON', Ohio (AP — '.'hrec sisters in Dayton ha 'o this togetherness thing down t --'. All had babies within a 10-day period, all delivered by the same dovtor at the same hospital. They all had rooms on the same floor in thu hospital Mrs. Josepli . . Gaeetta's 5- pound, 7-ouni'e girl was delivered Oct. 19. Then came a 7-pound, 11- oun:-e boy for Mrs. Edward Fuchs Oct. '>.:•> and a 10-pound, 2-ounce boy for Mrs. Edward C Woolf Jr. last Monday. Two Tires Token From Pickup Truck I.eo Edward Tresrier. 2021 N. 3rd. reported theil of two tires In police here Tuesday. He said the tires '.V'lV I ken from the b;ick of ;, pickup truck parked a !•••, li'jmc. Fitly teet o) garden hose was found tied around a post, at Hutchison School this week, 't had been taken from the Community Church, 710 N. 3rd, across the street Iroui the school. It's getting close to winter — so here's a glance at data on freezing temperatures to get you conditioned. Records have been kept oni freezes and the like since 1908 at the Kansas State University agriculture experiment station northeast of town. : F.arliest first freeze of the fall: season on record there was Sept. j 20, 1934. Latest first freeze was I on Nov. 2, 1950. ! Average date of the first freez-1 in;, 1 temperature is Oct. 12. : The airport 10 miles east of j lown — official weather report- \ ing station for Garden City — j reported its first freezing tern- j perature Monday when the ther-: mometer dipped to 28 degrees ; Ka/vesf a Bond i Vof e Tomorrow KALVESTA — A special $85,- (XX) bond issue will be voted on here tomorrow by patrons of School District U-5. Polls at the schoolhousc will l>e open frftm 8 a.m. through 6 (i m. If the measure passes, (lie money will by used to build a new auditorium and to convert the present gymnasium into a new classroom and lunchroom. at 7 a.m. That was the only day so far at the freezing level or below. Three below-freezing readings have been recorded at the experiment station, however. Last Wednesday morning, a 31 was reported. Norm Nossaman, who reads the gages daily, said ice formed that morning on the evaporation tank. That tank is four feet in diameter and about one foot deep. It is filled witih water to check the daily evaporation rate. So the first freeze there — Oct. 24 — was 12 days later than usual. Another 31 was reported Friday morning, and the season's low was 26 about 5 a.m. yesterday. Today's low reading was 39 degrees after yesterday's high of 69. had all been together in ei'g years. Except for the years of World War II, she had a son at Tech every year from 1927 until 1950 when the youngest was gradu ated. "At one time we had three sons in Tech during the depression," she recalled. "That was the hardest time." Her husband died in 1947 while two of the boys were students. A daughter was graduated from nearby Agnes Scott College and nr»w is Mrs. Clyde Dunn, wife of a missionary in Formosa. The Zieglers arrived in this country in 1908 and settled in suburban College Park. The sons. Dr. Waldemar T. Ziegler, regents professor of chemical engineering, Georgia Tech; Curl W., owner of a laundry and cleaning business, Weatherford, Tex.; W. Fred, superintendent at Swift Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ga.; Walter II., senior test engineer Wright Aeronautical Corp., Woodbridge, N.J.; William R., owner and presiden., and Frank j R., vice president, Corn • ell Tool Co., Atlanta; and John M., sales engineer, Trane Co., Richmond, Va. 14.99 Tripoli 14.99 Avenue Kansas Traffic Log TO! J KK.\ (AP)—Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Wednesday —1. For October—50. For 1962—480. Comparable 19W period—442. Garden Citian Escapes Injury in 1-Car Crash A Garden Citian escaped injury in a one-car crash a mile north of Holcomb on US50 at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday. Owner and drivei of the late- i model car was Kenneth King.. slon, 2(i, 2008 N, Main. j Deputy Sheriff Wallace Baseue j ! .said the car ent out of control ; on a curve and traveled 2X feet before coming to rest an its top iu a milo field. Damage to the car was estimated at $300. Just arrived! All me news or autum is fittingly yours in our wonderful, wearable Red Cross Slioes! 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