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Stocks decline in light trading I NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock* prices I were lower Monday afternoon as inve* (ton cashed in on large gains made lover the past week. Trading was fflod- lerate, however, indicating the selling was not strong. I The Dow Jones industrial average, a 33.01-point winner in last week's four sessions, including 7.80 Friday, was off 2.85 points to 883.09 around 1 p.m. EST. It had been down nearly six points ear- I lier. As of 1:15 p.m. Monday the Dow JOOM stood at 884.51, down 1.41 Brokers said they had expected profit taking because the Dow industrial average had climbed 41.19 points overall in the previous five sessions. But the selling was not widespread. Declines led advances, 700479, among the 1,821 issues crossing the New York Stock Exchange tape. The three-hour NYSE turnover amounted to about 25,540,000 shares, up from the 18,240,000 traded during the comparable period Friday, the day after the Thanksgiving holiday. Brokers said investors were engaged in selling for tax purposes and trading in order to adjust their portfolios to the best possible light for the new year. Analysts said cash-laden institutions were showing signs of coming off the sidelines as the session wore on and market averages halted their sharp early declines. Stocks ran up recently as interest rates eased from near-record levels. Most of the nation's major banks have lowered their prime lending rate to 16 percent and Chase Manhattan slashed its base charge to 15 Vt percent. One reason for the interest-rate decline is that the economy has slipped into recession. The trading community was trying to determine how deep the slowdown would go and how long ft . would last Many government figures lately have been grim. The October index of leading economic indicators dropped 1.8 percent last month, the third consecutive decline. That was slightly less than the revised 2.2 percent September decline and more than the 0.6 percent August slide. Originally September was reported down 2.7 percent. On the trading floor, Marathon Oil, subject of a takeover battle between U.S. Steel and Mobil Corp., was the most active JJYSE-listed issue, off 2 % to 105. New York Stock Exchange 1:15 a.m. quotations Provided by A. G. Edwards Co. ANR AT«T Cessna Comb. Eng Dillons Federal Mogul Corp Ford Motor Co General Motors Hesston-/ KP«L Phillips Petro. Raytheon.... Westlnghouse > OVER THE COUNTER Butler Mlg Ouckwalls 42 59H.. ,..22ft • 37 Vi 18% 37 5% ..43'/4 26 VI BID ASK ...27'/4 27V4 ... BVi 9 CHICAGO LIVE BftF CATTie- SUPPLIED «Y ANSPACP1CT « ASSOC. Dee. Feb Anr June LIVE HOGS Dec. Feb Anr June OPEN 61*97 60.85 60.85 62.00 42.90 44.65 - "42.75 44.65 PORK BELLIED F*br 58.40 Mar May July 58.30 59.40 60.00 HIGH 63.15 62.55 62.60 63.47 43.65 43.70 43.93 45.90 60.37 60.75 61.65 62.23 LOW 61.75 60.70 60.80 61.80 42.63 44,50 42.70 4«;53 56.10 58.20 59.57 60.00 CLOSE 62.62 62.35 62.42 63.30 43.70 45.52 43.90 45.85 60.10 60.17 61.05 62.22 PREV. CLOSE 62.20 61.20 61.20 6J.47- • 42.80 44.63 42.95 45.22 58.63 58.77 59.72 60.60 Feeder Cattle" ' Nov Jan. Mar. ' 65.55 64.20 64.30 66.90 66.00 66.00 65.40 64.05 64.25 66.47 65.52 65.60 65.87 64.55 64.57 Stock prices as of noon Monday NEW YORK (UPI) — S»l4Kttd stocks on In* N»w York Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hds) Last Chg. Aetnalf 2.32 AlconAI 1.80 Allglntl 1.40 AllldCp 2.40 AlllsChlm 1 Alcoa 1.80 AMAX 2.40 AmrdH 1.10 Am Airlines AmBdc 1.60 Am Can 2.90 A Cyan 1.75 AEIPwr 2.26 AHomePd 2 Am Motors ANtRes 3.44 A Stand 2.20 AmTST 5.40 A M F 1.36 Armco 1.80 ArmWI 1.10 AtlRch 2.20 BongorP .80 BeotFd 1.40 Beckmn .40 BellHowl .96 Bendlx 3.32 BethStl 1.60 BlockSD .76 Boeing 1.40 .gebeCo 1.90 Border) 2.05 Borg Warnr Bast Ed 2.80 Brlggs 1.28o BrlsMy 1.84 BrltPt 1.97b Brunswk .90 Bucyrus .88 BurIN 1.52a Burrah 2.60 CompS 2.10 CdnPac 1.90 CotplTr 2.40 C B S 2.80 Celonese 4 CertnTd .90 Cessna .80 Charnpl 1.48 ChmpSP .80 Chcu*M 3.10 ChmNY 3.84 Chrysler Cp On Gas 2.10 Citicorp 1.56 CltlesSv 1.60 Cltylnv 1.60 Clevetl 2.08 CocoCol 2.32 Colgote 1.20 Col Gas 2.70 CmwCd 2.80 ComSat 2.30 Con id 2.96 ConsuP 2.36 ContrGr 2.60 Contrl Data ComOl 2.32 CPCH1 1.92 Cronf 1.60g CrownZ 2.30 CSX Cp 2.84 DoyPLI 1.82 DeerelGo 2 DetEdii 1.68 Dlebold .M Drllon 1.20g DlsniiyWIt 1 DrPtppr .80 Dew Ch T.BO Dresser .68 Duke P 2.20 Dupnl 2.40o Duqnel 1.90 8 730 5 288 9 827 5 160 10 337 5 560 101356 81442 .. 688 7 92 9 243 7 249 8 483 12 460 .. 218 6 125 5 110 71849 28 120 6 391 7 144 8 996 47'/i . . . 23'/i . . . 34 W+ Vi 47 + % 26 - % 47'/4+ '/, 26%- % x!3%- '/• 34%+ H 34% . . . Gerber 1.88 GettyOI 2.40 Gillette 2.10 Gdrlch 1.56 Goooyr l.M GroceW 2.60 Great ASP Gryhnd 1.20 Grumn 1.40 Cult Oil 2.80 GulttWs .75 7 81 6 445 11 128 5x166 6 302 6 170 .. 839 5x187 12 388 6 965 5 180 U37 + % 2%- % 41V,+ % 27V. + Vi u59'/i— '/i 25V4— % 29%+ H 16 + '/• 48%+ % HamPo 1.84 5 34 79V, . Hercule 1.32 7x803 21%— HershF 1.90 6 44 36 Hewitt P .24 16 528 b40'/.+ HiltonH 1.80 10 81 40'/i + Hol Inns .74 8 86 29V. . Homestk .40 16 396 Honewll 3.40 6 620 Hoover 1.24 7 9 Houstnlnd 2 6 393 31%— % 67%— % 32%— % .19%-% 18%— % 45V4+ % 4V,— V, u!6%— % 25%+ % g36%+ W 17%— % Ralston .72 RCACp 1.80 tep Steel- 2a Revfotr-1.84 Keynlds'-2.80 ReynMt 2.40 RchGs 1.60g Rockwll 1.56 RohmH 2.80 RoylCr 1.04 RoylD 3.61 b 7 774 ull% + '/• 25186300 17V, ... 2 79 26V4 ... 61128 30'/4 + V, 7 316 49%- 'A 3 244 b24%— % 29 8 185 9 5 I 25 5 538 14% 29 + '/. 61%— % 13% ... 36% ... SarwStr 2.60 6 52 26V,— % StRegls 2.24 6 268 32 + % Scherng 1.68 81053 27%+ % SCM Corp 2 5 98 23% ... Midday at Chicago Wheat, corn off in early trade CHICAGO (UPl) — Wheat and corn were lower, oats mixed and soybeans higher at midmorning Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off V« to 2Vi cents; corn off 1 to unchanged; oats off 2V« to up %; and soybeans up 1 to ? cents. The market opened stronger, however prices had slipped by midmorning. Wheat, which had been expected to be the leader, declined with the losses spilling over into the other pits. Corn again hit new contract lows on commercial selling. Some underlying support in the soybean pit came from trading in soybean meal on European markets. The European trade was sparked by a lower dollar. Very little producer selling was reported during the weekend, cash merchandisers said. However some movement of corn was reported in central Indiana and portions of southern Ohio as harvest activity continued. The midmorning prices included: Wheat Dec. 4.17 off V<; March 4.39V4 off 1%; May 4.46% off 2%. Wagon grain prices Sallno, Monday Hard wheat—43.96 unchg. Corn—$2.26 down 2< Mllo—$3.75 unchg. Soybeans- $5.68 up 3« Valley Center man dies in mishap " TAMPA - James T. Swilling, 60, Valley Center, died Saturday when he accidently shot himself with his shotgun while hunting six miles south of ' Tampa. According to the Marion County Sheriff's Office, Swilling was hunting with some other persons when he tripped over some tree limbs. As he lost his balance, he apparently tried to steady himself with the gun and it discharged, striking him in the left side of his chest. The accident occurred at approximately 1:15p.m. Today's Records Monday, November 30,1981 — The Salinp Journal Page 9 71%'+ 19%+ 19 — 3 35 19%— 6 1158 18 — 261670 45'/4 + 7 19 18% . 3 x44 56% + 4 1310 p23 — 10 650 15% + 4 1129500 x22Vi . 8 489 35Vi + 6 74 28%8 117 28 24%- 23V, + 5 41 15 46 _. . . 13 315 56%4 172 26 7 412 19 9 97 17 8 573 54% + 82 441 33%— 79 113 817 96 39 66 6 323 92692 11 202 ,* 171 4 57 .. 448 7 291 82001 131266 7 269 7 165 9 548 81958 282 7 314 15 39 253 42* 271 656 150 165 15 523 675 28 34%+ '/• 55%+ % 4954- % 59V4— % 10%— H 18% ... 20 - % b7% ... ss%- v< 55%— % ..3ft- % 15%+ % 26'/4- 54 X51V.+ % 23%- % c!6% ... u35%+ % 15%- % 33%- % 2254— % xS7%+ % u32%- % u!7%- % 34%+ % p37%+ % Is + % 34V4+ % 35%+ % 30% ... 57%+ % .84: . 22 - ICIndus 2.20 Idaho P 2.64 III Pwr 2.38 INA Cp 2,40 Inco Ltd .20 IngRnd 3.40 In'ondStel 2 IBMCp 3.44 InHorv ,30h IntPopr 2.40 IntlTIT 2.68 Intnoth 2.12 Itek Cp .30b JefPilot 1.52 JonsJons .88 JoyMig 1.40 KonGE 2.o7 KanPlt 2.20 KerrMc 1.10 KlmbCI 3.60 KIM Alrlne KMort .96 KnlghtRI .92 Kroger 1.72 105 27 B 213 7 208 6*3)8 7 5 177 199 94681 .. 767 6 946 8 793 6 271 IS 184 35%+ % 22% ... 21 48 + % 15W-.14 ScolPaper 1 Seagrm 1.80 Sears 1.36 ShellOil 1.80 SlflnalCo .84 SingerCo .10 6 274 6 74 91236 8 118 7 400 6 109 18 — 17 + 43% + 15%— '/• Srrrtthkl 2.32 121992 u«5'/4+ .% 6 37 17'674 8 38 -KK 6 61 6 98 II x2148 B 46 .. 52 81175 1) 67 7 129 -41 6 35* 23 - % 54%- % 8 40% . . . 29%- % 29 - % 21%— % 27%+ % 37%+ % 36 + V. 16%- % 19V4— % SoColt 3.24 7-341 SoorhCo 1.63 7-911 7 257 7 47 6 802 7 27 u67 + % 37 - % u!5% ... 33%+ % c25%- % 2.60 So Roil 4.24 Sperry 1.92 SquarO 1.70 StOCal 2.40 StdOInd 2.60 StOIIOh 2.40 SterlDrug 1 11 304 Sun Co 2.10 9 775 Sup Oil .16 131923 —TT— Teldyne Inc 10 248 Tennco 2.60 61348 Texaco--' 3 -413*8 TexECp 3.80 6 96 Texas Inst 2 14 307 TexUtil 1.88 6 361 Textron 1.80 10 172 Timken 3.40 8 Trone 1.20 7 Tmsam 1.40 7 30 12% ... 40%+ Vi. /i— VI 33 Vi' 27% + :% 61418 u44%+ % 81360 p54% + 1 5 931 43'/i+ % 21% ... 46'/i+2% 38'/4 + % 140% + 1 - 3t%- '/4 7 17 149 56 - V, 77'/4+ % 21 26 — Vi 6514+ % Trani W- Cp 16 543 n 2.<4b .. Uortlg 1.40 lehm 2.768 I 0 F 1.20a 39 37 UHonl 1.40g -7 380 TrtCon TRW Lockheed 23 102 115 p!5 + % - 25%55 - 2.40 7 -U 66 92 24 + % 16 20%- % 56%+ % UAL Inc 21 UnCorb 3.40 5 468 554 LMwCp 1.20 I T V Corp 17 702 luckyS 1.16 71351 1 -' .72 61 Man tit* .32 ManHn 2.72 Manvile 1.92 MarMId 1.25 ManhF 1.24 MrtlnM 1.92 May OS 1.70 Maytog Jo McDnD 1.06 MeodCorp 2 Merck 2.60 MlnMnMl 3 MofallCorp 2 Mohoico ...••• Monian 3.80 MorgJP 3.10 Motrolo 1.M MrphCo 1.28 7 18 5 36* 10 437 6 x47 7 141 6 634 6 75 101214 7 257 5 110 16 607 11 1044 9 491 74037 II 119 6 28 61210 x!4% + 10 151 b36Vi + 12%— 4S'/4 + 24%— 53%13 • 6 222 16 104 9 4 14 286 9 158 721B1 9 267 7 24) 61212600 39% 7 219 13V4- Nablsco 1.85 7x250 u31 + NotDlst 2.20 6 184 24V. + Nil Gyp 1.48 7 567 g20% + Noll Steel 2 14 78 24 - NCRCp 2.20 5 817 40%- NevPw 2.44 7 56 22% + NlagMo 1.64 6 190 Nl Indus! I 10 361 44 NerfkW 2.60 « 723 Nwfcp 1.64 * 36 NortonS 1.08 7 701 38%+ % 91 - % 18 ... 14V.+ % 13V.+ % 36% ... p!4%- % 24%+ % 14 ••• 34%+ % 24%+ % 28% ... 33%- '/• 23%- % 85%- '/i '**. f >A v3iv,---w 13 ... 71 +2 Sett^l - u64%- % 15 + % UnOH Col 1 10 769 UnPoc 1.80 14 592 Unlroyl Inc 6 284 Utd Innt .22 7 4 US Gyp 2,40 7 331 49%- % 40% ... 54%+ '/. p7%+ % 19%+ % 33% 2S% fostern Air .. 938 6'/i ... tiKodok 3o 9 1)31 69 - Vi lol»n 1.72 10 40 30%+ '/» l#uo 1.48 10 162 24%- V4, ShiTcrt 1.36 71449 ISH-%- llhyl 1.50 6 20 MV4 "... ExxwiCp 3 5W2 32%+ % OetdPI 2.50 4 635 25'4- H Ohio Id 1.76 7 540 13 ... OkloGE 1.68 8 79 14% ... OulbrdM .80 6 63 18%- % OwnCf 1.20 11 26$ 34%- 'A Owenlll 1.56 J 138 few 1.20 10 41 fintne .60b 7 301 Finnic 2.04 6x257 FloPwr 1.80 6 x95 FordMI 1.20 .. 959 ForMck 2.24 8 27 Frhauf 1.40 6 113 — QQ — GtttMtl 1.72 13 74 OenOjFn .72 12 352 0«nl (\ 3.20 8 1MI OnlFdt 2.2Q 7 S98 OnMllli 1.64 I 151 OnMot 2.40b 42 1536 OtnPvb Utll 1» 399 G T [ 2.84 8 693 GTIrt 1 .50o 5 80 Gtt Pot 1.20 11 1254 J7H ... 11H ... p39 ... 15%+ V4 U)6%-r Vt p37%- Vi 18Vi + Vi 37W-H 2SV4- V4 60 - Vi 31 H- Vi 36Vi- V« MMH- % 32 -'vi x25 20% ... 2.72 Mlln 2.76 fecTT 1.40 Ptn Am Air rHww I. (4 reiwH ).24 rttinzol 2.20 PplEno 3.08 P«e»ICe 1.46 Ptli«r 1.60 Phelps 1.60 MilUpMor 2 rhllret J.» Pillipfy 2.24 Polaroid I PPGInd 2.36 ProclGI 4.20 PbJCol 1.68 PSEIG 2.44 Purtx 1.40 6 532 5 99 13 $9 ..1946 11 1565 7 253 II 371 IB 315 9 577 _ VI W ,-r * US Sleti 2 2 450 p29%- % USTob 2.40 11 x« .4»Vr+:-n UtdTch 2.40 6 -«49 .42%+ '/4 Upjohn 2 10 174 "34 '-"V, _V V— VorionA .52 19 115 p29Vi- % VoElec 1.50 7141200 12%—% —W W Walgreen 2 8 71 47%+ Vi Warnla 1.40 143182100 p21%—Vr Wo Wtr 2.32 6 81 p!7% ... WUnlon 1,40 U 363 33%- % WestM 1.80 51046 c26'/i+ Vi Wheeling St 7 5 27%- % Whlpool 1.60 7 503 25%+ % vniiWc i;«> i *• JTH+ 'A Wlnntta 116 • 7 30%- % WeoMi 1.80 4 668 p!7% ... Xerox CpT" 5x1722 39Vi+ Vi ZaleCp 1.26 4 12 21% ... ZoyreCp .40 7 86 30%+ % Zenith R .60 10 329 10% ... FOOTNOTES Composite tables Include trades . Irern eight markets Identified by last •price Indicators lor markets other then NYSE as: q-Amex: b*)$ton; c> Cincinnati: fl-NASO; k-lnstlnet; n-. NYM (Amex Us) only); p-Pocillc; x-i Philadelphia. Instlnet If block trading' system used by institutions. (() All soles in full. OIVtOENW: Are annual unless eth-' ' laenHfled: (o) pKn extra; (t) . tent on oc- paid so far Deaths and Funerals 6 231 11x458 6 115 10 424 7 146 7 770 10 19 SH ... 2»H+ % 18%+ % 51%- % 38%+ % 38Vi+ % 51%+ % p35 + % 43 -H 35%- H 20%- Vi 39%+ Vt 80%+ % 14%+ % 19% . . . x24%- % this nor, no regular role; (e) cosh plus stock paid hi 1978; (f) cash plus Hock pfJ4 hi the 1977; (a) annual rate plus slock dividend; (h) paid this yeor-lot*st dividend omitted; (I) percent in stock paid In 1978: (i) percent of stock paid In l978-lo!»»l dividend omitted; (k) percent in stack paid in 1977: (g) In bankruptcy-receivership or reorganiiollon; (») capital distribution; (x) »«.*vldend; (wi) >hen Is~ suedi ]«t) tterrantt. SAlfJ: Infigndnids (00) omitted tx- cept for those designated (i) which are traded In 10-sharo lots and carried in full. P-E ratio: The price of a stock as o multiple of per-shore earnings-derived by dividing the latest 12-month earnings figure Into last sale price. Hospital Admissions St John's - Lela Keller, 1407 S. Santa Fe; Mrs. Doris Cruaha, 623 Johnstown; Mrs. Verel Hall, 635 Gypsum; Paul Olson, Junction City; Mrs. Wilbur Wallace, Barnard; Mrs. Lola Herpich, Herington; Ralph Kurtenbach, Herington; Mrs. Grace Terpenning, Abilene. Aibury — Mrs. Fred Brown, 414 S. College; Lorindia Disney, 915 University; Keith Hughes, Salina Rt. 1; Mrs. Jessie Keller, 741 Hancock; Frank Langshaw, 635 W. South; Mrs. Rosa Wenger, 666 S. Santa Fe; Brent Burns, 1221 Midland; Mrs. Floyd Chase, 1407 Kiowa; Mrs. Rick Farrell, 2323 Georgetown; Mrs. Nellie Graf, 229 N. College; Mrs. Bob Perry, 1613 E. Cloud; Mrs. Stella Reid, 211 S. 2nd; Paul Stelter, 1325 Faith; John Valdez, 218 E. Republic; Mrs. David Walton, 734 Greenbriar Circle; Mrt. David West, 1512 Highland; Roy Tromble, Lincoln; Mrs. Lenora Svoboda, Belleville; James Decker, Burr Oak; Mrs. Bobbie Agnew, Corydon, Ind.; Mrs. Larry Lawrenz, Herington; Fred Pulk, Culver. Hospital Dismissals St John's - Donald Hammerli, 403 E. Beloit; Irene Dutton, 1324 N. 4th; Jacob Tea- iley, 724 W. Ash; Thomas Bean, Amity, Ark.; Mrs. Deloy Budden, Milford; Mrs. Darrold Hager, WaKeeney; Ronald Joslyn; Concordia; Ralph Kurtenbach, Herington; Albert Vinduska, Ada. Asbury - Walter Brady, 424 Missouri; Mrs. Curtis Cairns, 723 W. South; Cecil Leshley, 901 Hancock; Mrs. Billy McKee and baby boy, 721 N. Santa Fe; Lori Maynes, 2167 ShaUmar; Mrs. Dennis Self, 371 W. Republic; Mrs. Dennis Small and baby boy, Salina Rt. 1; Ketra Thomas, 209 Laura; Mrs. George Warm and baby boy, 2160 Neptune; Mrs. David Bolts and baby girl, 862 S. 10th; Mrs. Russell Nestler and baby boy, 239 N. College; Dwight Todd, 906 Willow; Theresa Vincent, 909 Rainbow; Mrs. Kenneth Youngquist and baby girl, 1037 E. Ash; Mrs. L.E. Froelich, Russell; Mrs. Marguerite Price, Prairie Village; Mrs. Melvtn Sparks, Ellsworth; Francis VanMeter, Ada; Mrs. Dean Whiteley, Solomon; Jon Wolf, McPherson; Betty Acock, Minneapolis; Mrs. Bobbie Agnew, Corydon, Ind.; Mrs. Ronald Arpin, Bel- levflle; Mrs. Neal Hamilton, Council Grove; Kevin Sheffield, New Cambria; Mrs. Gregory Stenglemelerand baby girl, Minneap- •-• oils; Tamara Swarts and baby girl, Tampa; - Alfred Winter, Council Grove. "Births Bey: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kite, Abilene, 7 Ibs., 1H OH., Nov. M. QMS: ''• Lofttdia Dittay, III Unlvetstty, 6 U*. W oss., Nov. V- Mrs. Stella Reid, 211 S. 2nd, 7 Ibs., 13 ou, Nov. 29. PoliCe) BlotttK Vandalism — Windshield valued at 1100 broken on parked car belonging to Barry Smock, 340 Indiana. Theft — Four wheel covers from car of Virginia Murphy. 500 Sunset Dr., f 100 loss. A 197« 250cc Kawasaki motorcycle belonging to Timothy Breer, Salina Rt. 5, taken from carport- Joint funeral held for family of five killed in air crash WAUNETA, Neb. - The joint funeral service for Charles and Sandra Krausnick and their three children, killed Wednesday in a plane crash near their ranch home near Wauneta, was Saturday in Wauneta. Burial was in Wauneta. The family's plane, piloted by Mr. Krausnick, struck a tree shortly after takeoff. Also killed were a son, Kerry, 17, and two daughters, Chris, 14, and Kelley, 13. Survivors include Mrs. Krausnick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Williams, 1915 Lewis, Salina; a brother, Conley Williams, 420 Claremont Dr., Salina, and a sister, Ardena Matlack, Clearwater. KEVIN K. UNRUH The funeral for Kevin K. Unruh, 24, 617 Jamison, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home, the Rev. Rick Frisbie officiating. Burial plans will be announced. Mr. Unruh died Saturday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The body was found near his car on East Crawford Road several miles east of Salina. Mr. Unruh was born Sept. 19,1957, in Salina and was a lifetime Salina resident. He was a student at Kansas Wesleyan and was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Survivors include his father, Reinhardt, McPherson; his mother, Mrs. E. Elaine Unruh, of the home, and a half-brother, Cory Dale Unruh, McPherson. The family suggests memorials to Kansas Wesleyan or 1st United Methodist Church. MRS. WILLIAM VALIANT OSBORNE — The funeral for Mrs. Almina Valiant, 91, Osborne, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Osborne United Methodist Church, the Rev. Roy Brotton officiating. Burial will be in the Osborne Cemetery. Mrs. Valiant died Saturday in the Osborne County Memorial Hospital. She was born Sept. 30, 1890, in Alton, and had lived in Osborne County since 1946. She was a member of the church. Her husband, William S., died in 1946. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ethel Storer, Osborne, and five grandchildren, James and William Valliant, both of Wichita; Terry Valiant, Winfield; Frank Valiant, Dale City, Va., and Mrs. Patty Gabel, Beloit. The family suggests memorials to the church. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Clark Mortuary. GLENN H. BLATCHFORD ABILENE — The funeral for Glenn H. Blatchford, 77, Abilene, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Danner Funeral Home, Abilene, the Rev. Larry Sie- brands officiating. Burial will be in Abilene Cemetery. Mr. Blatchford died Monday at Abilene Memorial Hospital. He was born Oct. 18,1904, near Manchester and had lived in Abilene since 1942. He had been employed by the Santa Fe Railroad, retiring in 1969 as a conductor. He was a member of the Abilene Elks Lodge and the Country Club. Surviving are his wife, Marguerite, of the home and a foster sister, Mrs. Everett Danford, Strong City. Friends may call at the funeral home. ERNEST E.SWANSON LJNDSBORG *- The funeral for Ernest E. Swanson, 80, Lindsborg, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday with a private graveside service in Andover Lutheran Cemetery near Windom west of McPherson. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Freemont Lutheran Church near Lindsborg. Officiating at both services will be the Rev. Frank Pekarek. Mr. Swanson died Sunday at the Lindsborg Community Hospital. He was born Aug. 3, 1901, in McPherson County. He was a retired fanner and a member of the Freemont Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife, Minnie, of the home; a son, Ralph, Wichita; two daughters, Mrs. Carolyn Stark, Palo Alto, Calif., and Mrs. Ardis Fry, Garden City, and eight grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Bethany Home, Lindsborg. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Ball and Son Funeral Home, McPherson. was a breeder of greyhounds. He was a member of the National Greyhound Association. Surviving are his wife, Lucille, of the home; two sons, Loren, Duncan, Okla., and Larry, Abilene; a brother, Donald, Murrieta, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. George Haden, Clay Center; Mrs. Murrel Caudle, Lubbock, Texas, and Mrs. Dorothy Charboneau, Wichita; three half-brothers, Gayle Baldwin, Auburn, Wash.; Roger and Johnny Baldwin, both of Wichita, and five grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home. MACK A. WERTS SMITH CENTER — The funeral for Mack A. Werts, 84, Smith Center, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Simmons Chapel, Smith Center, the Rev. Victor Schwarz officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Smith Center. Mr. Werts died Saturday at the Parkview Manor, Osborne. He was born March 21,1897, in Smith County. He was a member of the United Church of Christ, the Christian Church and the American Legion, all of Smith Center. He was a retired farmer. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; a daughter, Edith Jean Werts, Worth- Lngton, Ohio; a son, Kansas Sen. Merrill Werts, Junction City, and one sister, Mrs. Gwenaveer Dusinberre, Wichita. The family suggests memorials to the United Church of Christ or the Smith Center Memorial Hospital. Friends may call at the Simmons Mortuary until services. MRS. ROY HOLMES ABILENE — The funeral for Mrs. Bessie M. Holmes, 87, Abilene, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Danner Funeral Home, Abilene, the Rev. John Decker officiating. Burial will be at 3:15 p.m. in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Salina. Mrs. Holmes died Saturday at Mid America Nursing Center, Abilene. She was born May 20, 1894, at Longmont, Colo. For many years, she and her husband had owned and operated the Deluxe Dry Cleaners in Abilene. Mrs. Holmes also had worked at Klea- nall Cleaners in Abilene. She moved to Salina in 1959, returning to Abilene in 1979 when she entered the nursing center. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Dumas, Salina, and Mrs. Nadine Viola, Abilene; seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Holmes' husband, Roy, died in 1933. Friends may call at the funeral home. THOMAS E. STTTES OAK HILL - The funeral for Thomas Eston Stites, 80, Oak Hill, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the F.C. Hill Memorial Wesleyan Church, Miltonvale, Pastor Robert Seed and Revs. Lester Morgan and Lowell Gilger officiating. Burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center. Mr. Stites died Sunday morning at his home in Oak Hill. He was bom Jan. 2, 1901, in Langley, and retired as a railroad employee in 1964. He was a member of the Bethany Chapel Wesleyan Church, located east of Oak Hill. He had lived in Oak Hill since 1947 when he moved from Miltonvale. Mr. Stites served as a city councilman in Oak Hill for several years. On July 25, 1923, he was married to Viola Allen in Clay Center. Surviving are his wife, of the home; a son, Emery, Kansas City, Mo.; a daughter, Leola Nicewander, Clay Center; three brothers, Floyd, Morrison, Tenn., Harold Pittsboro, N.C., and Chris, Coulee City, Wash.; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the church, and friends may call at the Phelps Funeral Home, Miltonvale. MRS. SILAS KELLY BELLEVILLE - The funeral for Mrs. Sarah 0. Kelly, 72, Belleville, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Tibbetts Bros. Chapel, Belleville, the Rev. Jack Pease officiating. Burial will be in Belleville Cemetery. Mrs. Kelly died Sunday at Republic County Hospital, Belleville. She was born April 4,1909, on a farm In Republic County and was a lifelong resident of the county. Surviving are her husband, Silas, of the home; a son, James, Munden; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Brown, Belleville; three brothers, H.C. and John Myers, both of Belleville, and George Myers, Deshler, Neb.; a sister, Mrs. Mae Kelly, Clyde, and four grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Kidney Foundation of Kansas. Friends may call at the funeral home. O.J. SLY HERINGTON - The funeral for O.J. Sly, 49, Herington, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ramona, the Rev. Robert Graf officiating. Burial will be in the Sunset Hill Cemetery, Herington. Mr. Sly died Saturday at the Herington Municipal Hospital. He was born April 8, 1932, in Council Grove. He was a Korean War veteran, and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the VFW of Herington. He was a machinist for the Rock Island Railroad. Survivors include his wife, Doris, and two sons, Kirk and Kent, all of the home, and one brother, Gene, Topeka. The family suggests memorials to the American Heart Association or St. Paul Lutheran Church. Friends may call at the Donahue Funeral Home, Herington, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday. CHALMER R. ESTEP The funeral for Chalmer R. Estep, 62,1703 Redwood, will be announced by the Ryan Mortuary. Mr. Estep died Sunday at St. John's Hospital. He was a retired meat cutter for Broadway Meats and a retired custodian for UD305. ROBERT M. WEBB Word has been received in Salina of the death Friday of Robert M. Webb, Harveyville, Kan. He died at the Veterans Hospital, Topeka. A daughter, Linda L. Seller, lives at 523 N. llth. JOSEPH J. O'SHEA The funeral for Joseph James O'Shea, 58, 323-B N. 7th, will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Msgr. John George Weber officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Mr. O'Shea died Friday at his home. Correction CONCORDIA - The funeral for Rollie Lagasse, 46, Ames, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church, Concordia. Burial will be in the Rice Cemetery, Rice. An earlier obituary notice incorrectly said the funeral would be at the First United Methodist Church, Ames. LOREN L. BALDWIN ABILENE — The funeral for Loren L. Baldwin, 64, AbUene, will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Martin Funeral Home, Abilene, the Rev. Richard Palmer officiating. Burial will be in the Abilene Cemetery. Mr. Baldwin died Friday at Memorial Hospital, Abilene. He was born Jan. 12,1917, at Idana. He had lived in AbUene since 1967 and EXTENDED OUTLOOK Wednesday through Friday Little or no precipitation. Lows in the mid 20s to mid 30s. Highs in the upper 40s and the 50s. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 1 p.m. Monday: Temperature 46F; Barometer 29.23 in.; Wind NW 7 mph; Relative Humidity 93%; Precipitation since 6 p.m. Saturday 0.64 in. (Metric — Temp. 8C; Barometer 989.8mb; Wind NW 11 kph; Precip. 1.63cm) Saturday's High 42 (6C); Record is 70 (21C) in 1897-1948. Saturday's Low 31 (-1C); Record is -5 (-21C) in 1952. Sunday's High 46 (8C); Record is 69 (21C) in 1975. Sunday's Low 32 (OC); Record is 1 (- 17C) in 1897-1976. Tuesday's Sunrise 7:29; Sunset 5:09. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1 and 2 — Mostly cloudy, windy and colder tonight. Lows around 20. Partly cloudy, windy and cold Tuesday. Highs in the 30s. Winds northwest 20 to 30 mph and gusty tonight, northwest 15 to 25 mph and gusty Tuesday. Zones 4, 5, 7 and 8 — Light snow or flurries ending tonight. Windy and colder tonight with lows in the 20s. Partly cloudy, windy and cold Tuesday. Highs 35 to 40. Winds northwesterly 25 to 35 mph and gusty tonight. Chances of precipitation 30 percent tonight. Zones 10 and 11 — Light snow or flurries tonight. Windy and cold tonight with lows in the mid to upper 20s. Partly cloudy, windy and cold Tuesday. Highs around 40. Winds northwesterly 20 to 30 mph and gusty tonight. Chance of precipitation 40 percent tonight. Sears CORRECTION In the Sears Thanksgiving Preprint, on page 6, The Young Star Skates for boys' and girls' are not available due to the unavailability from the source. SMM ware* W inconvenience this ouy ceuw our ciwtomere.

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