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Emporia, Kansas
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Page 6 Mrs. W. L. Pine Dies Mrs. W. L. (Elsie Howard) Pine, Professor Emérita of the Department of Librarianship at Kansas State Teachers College, died Sunday morning in Cof- feyvilie. where she had lived since May. 1971. Mrs. Pine, formerly of 1215 Walnut St., had lived almost 50 years in Emporia before she moved to Coffeyviile. •She had been a member of the KSTC faculty from 1922 until she retired in 1949. Mrs. Pine \vas active in community affairs during the years she was an Emporia resident and she continued her professional career in a number of ways after she retired. Mrs. W. L. Pine Mrs. Pine, whose parents were Perry L. and Laura Van Dyke Howard, was born Sept. 7th, 1887, in Winfield, Iowa, and she was married on Sept. 4th, 1912, to Mr. Pine, who died in 1918, while he was in military service in World War I. She had attended Baker University, and had taught for a time, and after the death of her husband she entered the school of library science at the University of Wisconsin, where she completed requirements for a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Her Master of Arts degree was received from Raddiffe College in Cambridge, Mass., 'and her •; additional post-graduate study ••was at Harvard University and 3_at UK University of Chicago. ft -J5he came to KSTC to organize ÍÜK Roosevelt High School library and a few years later joined staff of the library school the college, at that time the (only school of its kind in Kansas, had spent three summers a visiting professor at Our tady of the Lake College in ""jAntonio, Tex., the University "'insana and the University aois. fS.-tine was appointed to Library Survey Comin 1949, after she retired, she had been a member í.rf ñ number of organizations '--. botit before and after her retire;' ment. She was a member of the First United ¡Methodist Church, which she served as teacher and official board member; she was a member of the American Association of University Women, which she served as branch president and as state chairman of the arts; she was a member and past president of Chapter CG of the P.E.O. Sisterhood; a charter, and honorary life member, of Altrusa Club, and a member of Phi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, the Saturday Afternoon Club and the Cosmopolitan Study Club. She had served for many years as a member of The William Allen White Memorial Foundation in Emporia and as a member of the William Allen White Book Award selection committee. She also was a member, and president, of the Kansas Library Association, as well as a number of other professional groups, and she was a delegate to the November, 1957, UNESCO Conference in San Francisco. Elsie Pine was preceded in death by her husband and one sister, Mrs. Todd 'Myrtle) Lewis. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Albert (Helen» Jackson of Coffeyviile: one nephew. Perry Howard Lewis, an attorney in Chicago, and a niece, Mrs. Albert (Alta Lewis) Castle, Alton, HI. Funeral services will be at '2 p.m. Tuesday in the First United Methodist Church in Cof- feyrille and graveside services will be ai 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Silent Land Cemetery in Spearville. Burial will be in the Pine family plot in the Spearville cemetery. The Ford Funeral Home in Coffeyviile is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. JV. A. Gladfelier Dies Mrs. W. A. Gladfelter, a resident of Lyon County since 1912, died Sunday morning in El Dorado. Mrs. Gladfelter had lived for many years on a farm north of Emporia along Highway 93. She had been a patient in the Flint Hills Manor Nursing Home recently and was transferred after the tomado this month tothe Mid-America Rest Home in El Dorado. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Roberts-Blue- Barnett Chapel. They «-ill be conducted by the Rev. J. Joyce Wilson, pastor of the Grace United Methodist Church. Eurial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. Mrs. Gladfelter was the former Mary A. Yost, daughter of David and Man- Mautz Yost. She was born Dec. 26th, 1877, in Westervelt. 111., and she was married on Feb. 27th, 1900, in Shelbyville, 111. Mrs. Gladfelter was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, the Happy Hour Club and the Master Farm Homemakers. She was preceded in death by her husband, who died Nov. 30th, 1948, and by four brothers, Charles. D. 0.. John and Chauncey Yost, and four sisters, Charlotte Rawlings, Rhoda Fritz, Amanda Miller and Lucy Yost. She is survived by one son. Clarence F.. of Rt. 5; one daughter, Mrs. Ray (Fern) Beyer. Rt. 2: one sister, Mabel Weakly, Shelbyville: four grandchildren, Mrs. Merle (Mary Jean) Hogg, San Diego, Calif.; Robert E. .Gladfelter, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Irving (Gladys E.) Block. Topeka. and Mrs. Fred (Ruth Marie) Rhodes, Emporia: 13 great - grandchildren; and two great-gi'eat-giiandchildren. •f -f -f Bukovaz Services Held Graveside services for Albert J. Bukovaz, who died Thursday in Kansas City, were held Saturday afternoon in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. They were conducted by the Rev. Jack T. Barron, pastor of the First Christian Church. Out-of-town relaties who attended were Mrs. Albert Bukovaz, Mercedes Bukovaz and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ryan and daughters, Teresa and Justine, Kansas City; Clayton Stratton, Wichita; Mrs. Rex McEvain, Hartford; and Mrs. Albert Rathke, Olpe. •f -f t Infant Dies Dtistln Ray Yockey, infant son of Gary R. and Jacqueline Harriman Yockey, 1409 Walnut St., died Saturday in Newman Memorial County Hospital. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. They will be conducted by the Rev. David W. Isaac, pastor of the Westminster United Presbyterian Church. The Jones Funeral Home in Waverly is in charge of arrangements. The baby, who was born Thursday, is survived by his parents and one sister, Jennifer, of the home; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Yockey of Waverly; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harriman, 2102 Flint Road; three great - grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harriman, 1516 West Fifth Ave., and Harry Hufferd, 11 Commercial St., and a great- great grandmother. Myrtle Hufferd of Emporia. •£r * COX SERVICES HELD MATFIELD GREEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Cox, who died Wednesday in Cottonwood Falls, were held Satur- d/ay morning in the Community Church. They were conducted by the Rev. Harvey Thompson. The soloist was Mrs. Robert Long, the accompanist was Mrs. Lee C o 11 i r» g s w o r t h an! the pallbearers were Harold. Charles and Jewell Swift. Max Shaw, Kenneth Brent and George Carpenter. Burial was in the Matfield Green Cemetery. Out-of-town relatives who attended were James F. and David E. Cox. Albucjuerque. N. M.: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davidson. Gamett: Carl Warner, Cotton- wocd Falls: Antonie Warner, Elmdale: Mr. and 'Mrs. J. T. Isom and daughter, L-ori. Mr. and Mrs. Russel L. Herdman. and Alvin. Rex and -Mae Herdman. El Dorado; Crystal Smith. Wichita: and Roy Swift, San Antonio. Tex. Community Calendar TONIGHT LECTURE: "Space Flight: Man's Bridge to the Stars," Norman Aven-, 8 p.m., Albert Taylor Hall. KSTC. Admission is 25 cents. TUESDAY LECTURE: KSTC Planetarium Lecture, DeWayne Backhus. Peterson Planetarium. 7:30 p.m. Admission 25 cents. Tickets available in Special Events Office, first floor Plumb Hall. SUMMER THEATER: "Play It Again, Sam." 8:15 p.m.. College Theater. Admission S2 for adults and SI for students. WEDNESDAY SUMMER THEATER: "Play It Again. Sam." 8:15 p.m.. College Theater. Almission $2 for adults and $1 for students. THURSDAY SUMMER THEATER: "Play It Again, Sam," 8:15 p.m., College Theater. Admission $2 for adults and $1 for students. FRIDAY STORY TIME: Pre-school Story Time. Children's Room, Emporia Public Library, 9:30 a.m. Ages 3-5. SUMMER THEATER: "Play It Again. Sam," 8:15 p.m., College Theater. Admission $2 for adults, $1 for students. N... • - Laws (Continued from pg. i) — Sirens cannot be used in theft alarm systems. — Motor vehicle tires must not have any bulge, bump, separation or exposed body cord and must have at least 2-32 of an inch depth tread at any two adjacent tread grooves. Regrooved, reeut, or "non- highway-use" tires are prohibited. — Teievsion receivers must not be visible from the driver's seat. — Generally, seat belts and shoulder harness systems may not be removed from passenger cars. — Three identification lights, front and rear, are required on buses, trucks, motor homes, and truck campers 80 inches or more in overall width and manufactured after July 1st, 1959. — Three identification lights are required on the cab of truck tractors manufactured after July 1st, 1959. — Loads extending four feet or more to the rear beyond the bed or body of a vehicle require two red lights at night and two red flags in daytime, positioned to indicate the extreme width and length of the load and visible to the side and rear. — Every bus, truck, truck- tractor, trailer or semi-trailer 80 inches or more in overall width or 30 feet or more in overall length must be equipped with "four-way flash" vehicular hazard warning lights. Other vehicles may be equiped with "four-way flash," but their use is restricted to warning "of the presence of a vehicular traffic hazard requiring the exercise of the unusual care in approaching, overtaking, or passing." Turn signals may not be flashed on one side only on parked vehicles. — Trucks. buses, truck- tractors, trailers and semi- trailers 80 inches or more in overall width or 30 feet or more in overall length must immediately actuate "four-way flash" vehicular hazard warning lights when stopped on the pavement on adjacent shoulder, except when lawfully parked in urban districts or required by law to stop. — After Jan. 1st, 1975, every motor vehicle must be equipped with a leffchand outside rear- vision mirror in -addition to an inside or right-hand outside mirror. Information about the new laws may be obtained from the Kansas Highway Patrol Division Headquarters at Chanute, 316431-2100, or from Troopers in the field. Localettes Debris Passes Topeka This week Mr. and Mrs. W. A. O'Brien of Eirvpoira received in the mail a school certificate lost in the June 8th tornado. The certificate was found by Mr. and Mrs. John Reser, who live six miles northwest of Topeka. The certificate was issued in 1924 to Mr. O'Brien for a good attendance record in grade school. The O'Brien house at 1901 Darlene Way was destroyed by the tornado. Contractor Warning Roofing and painting contractors who misrepresent their work and use substandard materials are believed to be operating in the area, according to Emporia Police Lieut. Larry E. Blomenkamp. Area residaits should be careful in dealing with contractors from other areas and city residents should be certain that the contractor has a city license before agreeing to have work done. i -f i Shoots Pair of Eagles Ray Marsh. 1628 Dover Road, shot two eagles while playins a round of golf at the Emporia Country Club Sunday. Mr. Marsh, who retired recently, had a 38 for the round prompting a neighbor. William G. Calhotm, to quip, "It's too bad he didn't play another nine — he might have shot his age." / i i Clean-up Deadline Set Friday will the last day that city refuse crews will make special debris pickups in the tornado area, according to Emporia City Manager V. A. Basgall. Normal refuse collection routes will resume next week. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses have been issued in the office of the Lyon County Probate Judge to Stephen Alan Milam. 24. Kansas City. Ks., and Bremia Jo Line. 21. 311 West Twelfth Ave.; Marvin Glenn Haag. 26, Rt. 2. and Linda Kay Blair, 19. Rt. 2; and to Jon Daryl Schroerier, 22, 815 Whildin St.. and Karon Ann Bowers. 22, Olpe. Bicycle Found Here Glenn E. Coen, Rt. 1. reported to police that he found a Western Flyer bicycle Sunday evening at 125 South Commercial St. The bicycle is owned by Larry Shepherd, according to the police. THE GAZETTE, EMPORIA, KANSAS The Daily Report Monday, June 24, 1974 Traffic Accidents Two people were injured Friday evening in a one-car crash on old U. S. Highway 50, at its intersection with K-130 Highway east of Emporia. Georgia L. Keefer, 52 Cherokee Lane, the driver of the car, sustained back injuries and four- year-old Gennit.:a R. Keefer, a passenger, sustained a cut on her lower right arm which required eight stitches to close, according to Lyon County Sheriff's depuries. A second child in the car was uninjured. Deputies said that the Keefer car, a 1970 Buick, was eastbound on the old highway when Mrs. Keefer lost control of the car. The car skidded into the south ditch and then back across the road and into the north ditch before overturning and striking a telephone pole. The accident occurred at 6:15 p.m. Friday and resulted in an estimated 52,400 damage to the car and $50 damage to the telephone pole. < i < Deputies have charged the unnamed driver of a car involved in a one-car accident on the Americus Road Saturday night with three traffic violations. Deputies found the car in a ditch .6 miles north of Americus at 9:38 p.m. Saturday. Evidence at the scene indicated that the driver of the car lost control of the vehicle which then left the highway and went into the east ditch. The ear skidded across the road, moving sideways for 273 feet, and into the west ditch where it stopped. The car is registered to Michael T. or Diana L. Bond, 736 Bast Twelfth Ave., but officers have not learned the identity of the driver. The driver will be charged with failing to report an accident, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to control speed to avoid an accident. Damage to the car was estimated at $500. •f -t t Pickup trucks driven by Merridith E. Kimberline, Reading, and Ronald G. Hooper, Osage City, were involved in a collision at the intersection of two county roads one-fourth mile northeast of Reading Friday afternoon, according to Lyon County Sheriff's deputies. Deputies said that Kimberline, whose truck was southbound, was charged with making an improper start from a parked position, and that Mr. Hooper, whose truck was northbound, was charged with following too closely. Damage was estimated at SSOO. Mr. Hooper sustained a cut over his left eye but did not seek treatment. Cars driven by Karen S. Yeager, 7702 West Highway 50, and John Scheck Jr., Emporia, collided in Thunderbird Estates at 6:50 p.m. Saturday. Deputies said Karen Yeager was backing her car from a private drive when the collision occurred. Damage was estimated at S350. •f -f -t An estimated S100 damage resulted from a collision in Hartford at 8:20 a.m. Sunday. Deputies said that James W. Walliser, Hartford, had stopped his car to allow a passenger to get out of the ear when James C. Finnerty, Hartford, began to back his car from a parking stall and struck the Walliser car. / <r / Three cars were damaged in an accident Saturday night. According to the police report, a car driven by Richard D. Leiszler, 1227 Highland St., was eastbound in the 600 block of West Twelfth Avenue when it struck a parked car owned by Lonnie W. Lorance, 1225 Grand St. Mr. Lorance's car was pushed into a parked car owned by Randy E. Meyers, 112S West St. Mr. Leiszler received a forehead laceration and was taken to Newman Memorial County Hospital. Total damage to all three cars involved in the accident was estimated at SI. 100. •r i * Louis Wallace. 416 West Sixth Ave., was charged with careless driving in connection with an accident Saturday evening. Mr. Wallace was driving east on Sixth Avenue, approaching the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Merchant Street, when his car struck a cor driven by Tammy G. Timmons, 1413 Sean St.. according to police. Miss Timmons also was eastbound on Sixth Avenue. •f 1 i Cars driven by Frederick J. Pimple of Olpe and Donna J. Swift of Matfield Green were involved in an accident here Saturday. According to the police report. Miss Swift was driving east in the GOO block of West Eighteenth Avenue when she turned her car onto Rural Street and it struck Mr. Pimple's car, which had stopped at a stop sign. Thefts, Vandalism Robert D. Tucker, 425 Constitution St.. reported to police the theft of $210 in 10 and 20-dollar bills and an unknown amount of smaller bills from fho cash register at Tucker's Standard Service, 1201 East Twelfth Ave. The theft occurred between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday, according to Mr. Tucker. 111 Victor W. Miller, 920 East St., has reported to police that a 10- speed, orange, Montgomery Ward bicycle was stolen from his home either Friday or Saturday. The theft of 9.4' gallons of gasoline from the Site Service Station, 1422 West Sixth Ave., Saturday night v.-as reported to police. Francis K. Kinnaird, an attendant at the station, told police that a person unknown to him drove off without paying for the gasoline. *. * Traffic iickets Emporia police have issued traffic violation tickets to the following: Mary Belle Parks, 648 Oak St., running a stop sign; Cora I. Keith, V312 West St., no brake lights; Cheryl A. Payne, !0ll East St., no driver's license; Anthony R. Parsons, 603 Clark St., no eye protection while driving a motorcycle, and illegal use of a private drive to avoid a red light; James R. Whittredge, Allen, careless driving: Terry L. Spencer, 929 West St., careless driving; Michael J. Mox, Cedar Point, careless driving: Johnathan J. Wilson, I Neosho St., running red light; Johnny L. Weakly. 109 South Pine St., illegal tag on vehicle: Louis A. Wallace, 416 West Sixth Ave., careless driving: Steve R. Downey, Topeka, driving while intoxicated, driving the wrong way on a one- way street, illegal registration, and expired tag. 111 Traffic violation charges have been filed in Lyon County Court against the following area residents: Delia E. Freeburg, Madison, failure to display current vehicle registration; Geraldine M. Minner, Rt. 5, 67 m.p.h. in a 55 m.p.h. zone; Edwin H. Fuhrman, 2616 Regency Drive, operating a motorcycle without wearing protective eyewear; and Glen W. Wise, Melvern, failure to display registration tags on a trailer weighing more fhan 4,200 pounds and failure to have trailer equipped with stop or turn signals. «> * Building Permits A $10,000 building permit has been issued to Ronald Wiebe, owner, and Calvin Beitz, builder, for repair of a residence at 2320 DeLane St. * * Small Claims Court Lyon County Small Claims Court Judge pro-tern John Sanderson ruled in favor of the defendant, Robert Robertson, in a trial Saturday.' Daryl Salser, 1608 Center St., bad ffled a peti : tion seeking $85 for alleged destruction of a motorcycle fuel tank. Judge Sanderson dismissed the case for lack of evidence and assessed court costs to Mr. Salser. * * County Court Avco Financial Services, Topeka, has filed a collection suit in Lyon County Court against Anthony Girratono, 820% Congress St., seeking collection of S66S.02, which the company claims is the unpaid balance of a note signed April 10th, 1973. Pamela Place filed a suit against James D. Ellis seeking collection of S750 for repair of damages to her car which resulted from an accident March 10th, 1974. The law firm of Steerman and Greiner, Citizens National Bank, has filed a petition seeking a judgment of S1S5 against Harvey P. Maloy, Thunderbird Estates, for legal services. * •£?_ Complaints Filed Emporia police charged five persons with shoplifting merchandise from Gibsons Discount Center, West Highway 50. during the weekend. Rebecca S. Vering, 211 Rural St.. was accused of taking S5.97 worth of merchandise Saturday morning. Clydie Sue Gains. 623 East Seventh Ave., was charged with a S2.97 theft Sunday afternoon. Tonia Chi. 1008 Mechanic St., was ac- cuíed of stealing S24.37 worth of merchandise Sunday afternoon. Debra L. Eastman. 617 Clark St.. was charged with a $10.94 theft Saturday night, and Theresa L. Osgood, Cedar Point, was accused of a S4.93 theft Saturday afternoon. •¿r -¿r Car Impounded Here Emporia police have impounded a gold 19S4 Dodge. The car, which did not have a tag. was parked in the 500 block of Chestnut Street from 5:30 p.m. Wednesday until 5 p.m. Saturday, according to police. ABOUT TOW^f CAMPAIGNS HERE — Henry Grady Spencer of Pittsburg, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, campaigned in the area last week. He visited the Hi-Noon Kiwanis Club meeting in Emporia and attended a party rally in Osage City. Mr. Spencer also visited the Bulletin office at Kansas State Teachers College. Hospitals Newman Memorial County Admitted Saturday: Sheryl Conger, 320 Funston St.,: Ricky Young, 1237 Exchange St.; Theresa Harris, Í115 Peyton St.; Julie Hoover* Hamilton; Gene Morris, 1623 Berkeley Road; Matthew Bayer, Strong City; Clarence Wissen, 1332 Sunnyslope St. Dismissed Saturday: Dana Jennings, 52 South Congress St.; Roseva Hall, 1317 Highland St.; Deborah Lyon and baby boy, 1108 Burns St.:. Rhonda Wray and baby girl, Rt. 1; Michael Flood, 10 South State St., Mattie Woods, Burlington; Leonard Smith, Olpe; Donovan Forsythe, Eastgate Plaza; Jean Hinson, Reading; Marilyn Cree, 27 South Exchange St.; Kimberly Gayer, 930 Graphic Arts St.; Jacqueline Yockey, 1409 Walnut St. Admitted Sunday: James Combes, Lebo: RaDona Roland, Kansas City, Mo.; Christopher Wamser, Reading; Mary Lou Rogers, 1013 Neosho St.; Effie Dickason,. 1 Weaver St.: Virginia Criqui, Lebo; Bliss Robison, Madison. Dismissed Sunday: Zenith Lindamood, Quincy; Melvin Eberhart, 917 Homewood St.; Dean Marie Drumm, 2101 West Twenty-first Ave.; Clarence Wissen, 1332 Sunnyslope St.; Raymond Hein, Emporia: Lawrence Milliken, Americus; Ruth Johnson, Hamilton; Delores Peterson, Winslow, Ariz.; Leslie McCabe, Admire. Admitted today: Mabel Karr, Rt. 2; Sherry McMurray, Burlington: Bernice Snider, Burlington; Stella Mabee, 217 East St. Dismissed today: Walter Henrie, Thunderbird Estates; Ernestine Holt, 827 Cottonwood St.; Carol Hurtig and baby boy, 1009 Cottonwood St. 111 St. Mary's Admitted Saturday. Gordon Watts. Cottonwood Falls: George Hedges, Independence; ;Martha Klein, 115 South Exchange St.; Andrew Rodriguez, 37 South Arundel St. Dismissed Saturday: Otada Poison. Lebo: Mary Dorr, Osage City: Coleen Greider, Hartford: Roberta Allen, Cottonwood Falls; Byron Shaffer, 615 West St.: Harry Hottle, 9 South Neosho St.: Carl Garrett, Burlington; Keri Nail, 34 South Sylvan St.: Angela Bell, Olpe. Admitted Sunday: William Kearns, Americus: Steven Pixley, Emporia; Dorothy Robinson, 911 Comercial St.: Henrietta Goll, 808 Congress St.: William Johnson. Admire: Chloe Boster. Quincy: Mary Mirefield, Dunlap; Lorene Rhodes, Madison. Dismissed Sunday: Waymon Brumley, 101 Market St.: Clara Flick. Prospect City. Calif.: Helen Piatt. Madison: Marjorie Gibb. Elmdale. Admitted today: Graydon Can-oil. Council Grove: Joseph Redeker. Olpe. Dismissed today: Helena Lincoln, 1 Market St.: Douglas Dill, Thunderbird Estates. Births Mr. and Mrs. James Harris. 1115 Peyton St.. are the parents of a son born Saturday in Newman Memorial County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conger, 320 Funston St., are the parents of a son born today in Newman Memorial County Hospial. THOMAS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. AXn EMPORIA BID FAREWELL AND BEST WISHES TO MOVING TO FORT RIL¿Y, KANSAS Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alexander. 1402 Washington St., wea-e their son- ia - law. daughter, and grandchildren — -Mi- a» d itl ' s - ifcomas McGahey, Kathy and Dan _ who have returned to their home in Oklahoma City. Okla. The grandchildren spent the past week with the Alexanders while their parents were in Los Angeles. Calif., making preparations to move to that city. Rummage Salt — Everything cheap, also plant and bake items at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 12th and Lincoln, Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. — adv. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Longbine, 2033 . Fanestil Drive, returned last week from a Chevrolet-sponsored trio to Malaga, Spain. They joined 240 Chevrolet dealers for the tour, which included side trips to Morocco and the beach at Torremolinas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Fox, Ainsworth, Neb., spent Friday evening and Saturday with Mr. Fox's sisters, Mrs. Lyie Noyes and Mrs. Sidney Wiggins, 201 East Seventh Ave. Few tickets ¡eft for American Legion sponsored Kansas City-Oakland baseball game on June 301 h. Adults only. Call Warren Pyle for tickets. — adv. Mrs. J. W. (Barbara Hagan) MacGregor and daughter, Elizabeth, were overnight guests of Mrs. J. Stanley Hagan, 2400 Graphic Arts Road. Mrs. MacGregor and her daughter were en route to Lawrence, where Elizabeth MacGregor will enroll as a freshman at the University of Kansas next fall. Satisfaction is — hiring your people through Key Personnel. 343-2360. — adv. Mr. and Mrs. John Lennon and children, Alexandra and Christian, 1413 Patrick St., have returned from a two-week trip to Pennsylvania and Indiana. In Ambridge, Pa., they were guests of Mrs. Lemon's mother, Mrs. H. M. Flemming, and in Marie-, Ind., they were guests of Mr. Lennon's sister, Miss Martha Lennon. Moss Sharon Cole. Marion, Ind., returned with them and will be a guest for two weeks. TRI-VEL Raiders Drum and Bugle Corp is gathering newspapers for recycling. Bring to 415 Mechanic any Thursday between y and j, or call 3423089 or 342-5454 for pickup. — adv. Seven representatives of the Auxiliary to Ball-McColm Post 5 of the American Legion were in Salina Saturday and Sunday to attend the state auxiliary convention. Attending were Mes- Gooch Reunion Held The 'annual reunion of relatives of the late 'Mrs. C. C. Gooch was held Sunday in Peter Pan Park. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Parker and children, Mindy and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gilbert and son, Dan, and Aai and Frosty Lawson, Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barrett. Ralph J. Barrett Jr., Todd and Wade Barrett, Hartford: Mr. and 'Mrs. Russell E. Parker, Wilsey; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Van Gundy, Chanute; Mr. and Mrs. Griff Jones, New Strawn; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barker. Mesa, Ariz.; >Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Heefcathorn and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Slimmer and children, Deain and Jamie, Topeka: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lawson. Clinton. Oída.: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heckathorn and son, Kansas City, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pitts and children, W'esley, Ricky and Cindy Kay, Council Grove: Mr. and Mrs. Boyd P. Parker and children. Teresa and Rusty, Circleville: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lawson, of Iowa: and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker and children, Vicki. Deborah and Randy: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Stebbins and children, James, Carrie and Delia: Mr. and Mrs. Steven Parker and children. Connie and Michael: Mrs. Earl Parker. Vicki Turner. Philip Thornton, Paula Potter and Messrs, and Mesdames C. A. Lawson and Ernest Barb, all of Emporia. •it # Suburban Property Sold Mr. and -Mrs. Jerry D. Borth have sold their house on the Americus road to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee Hawkins. Mr. Hawkins is employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. The sale of the Borth property was arranged by Don Ek Real Estate. Funeral Announcements GLADFELTER, Mrs. W. A. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in Roberts-BIue-Barnett Chapel. Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery with Dr. J. Joyce Wilson officiating. Roberts-BIue-Barnett Funeral Horn* dames Ray Linn, Rex Bishop, Clayton Hobble, Ralph Phillips. Frank Viereck, Bemiee Ford and Robert Kyle. Cusfot/i tailored suits from $6cj.yo. Bill McNutt, 342-6316. — adv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayman, 1120 West Fifteenth Ave., returned home Sunday after a five-day trip to Acapuleo, Mexico. Weekend guests of Mrs. Paul Bingham, 1219 Lawrence St., were her son, Lieut. Col. Paul Bingham, of Dayton. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pugh of Wichita. Mrs. Samuel Wingert, of the Cottonwood Manor Nursing Home, and Mrs. E. C. Copeland, 502 West St., returned Saturday from Rosebud, Ark., where they attended the wedding of Judy Adcock and Dennis Wingert". The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ross Wingert of Rosebud, and the late Mr. Wingert. & & Three Apprehended After a Burglary At Hart ford Star e Two Emporia youths are in custody and an Emporia man has been released after questioning in connection with a burglary of a Hartford grocery store. The youths, 16 and 17, are being held in the Lyon County Youth Cefiler on charges of delinquency by reason of grand larceny and burglary. The trio was apprehended early Sunday by Lyon County Sheriff Daniel R. Andrews after three 13-year^ old campers spotted one of the accused burglars kicking in the front door of the Hartford Market at 4:20 a.m. Sunday and ran home to call sheriff's officers. The incident resulted in an estimated $25 damage to the front door of the store. The extent of loss has not been determined. Two Men Killed In d Gun Battle At Garden City GARDEN CITY, Kan. <AP) — Two men apparently shot and killed each other in the men's restroom of a private club here Sunday night, police said. Authorities said each of the victims suffered multiple gunshot wounds and were dead on arrival at a hospital here. Police refused to release details of the shootings. One of the victims was identified as Gustavo Martinez, 22, of Garden City. The name of the second victim was withheld pending notification of relatives. •ir *• Business Attend Open House Del Leonhart and John Clark of Del's Carpet and Tile attended an open house at the new showroom of the American Olean Tile Company in Wichita Friday night. Extended Forecast Kansas extended outlook Wednesday through Friday-* Little or no precipitation; low in the 60s and high upper 80s to the 90s beginning of period, low around 60 to low 70s, high in the 80s by end of period. it * New House Is Sold Contractor and Mrs. Charles R. Green have sold a new split- level house at 1001 Burns St. to Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Jones and Hazel M. Hclden. The sale of the Green property was arranged by Don Ek Real Estate. # * Kansas Traffic Score TOPEKA. Kan. 'AP> — Kansas highway death log: For 48 hours to 9 a.m. Monday—0 For June—33 <x) For 1974—202 Comparable 1973 period—233 <x>—Includes one fatality not previously reported. CONIY DOG DAY

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