The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 15, 1996 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 15, 1996
Page:
Page 9
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THE SALINA JOURNAL NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1996 A9 DEATHS & FUNERALS AVIATION John J. Barkman HILLSBORO — John J. Barkman, 84, Hillsboro, died Saturday, Oct. 12, 1996, at Parkside Home, Hillsboro. Mr. Barkman was born Jan. 15, 1912, at Hillsboro and was a lifelong resident of the area. He was a retired farmer and had a duck hatchery. He was a member of Parkview Mennonite Brethren Church, Hillsboro. Survivors include a brother, Tom of Hillsboro; and a sister, Anna Esau of Winton, Calif. Burial will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Gnadenau Cemetery, rural Hillsboro. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Parkside Home Chapel. Memorials may be made to Parkside Home. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to time of graveside service Wednesday at Hillsboro Memorial Chapel, 401 S. Washington, Hillsboro 67063. Murrell "Tiny" Conzelman REPUBLIC — Murrell "Tiny" Conzelman, 92, Republic, died Sunday, Oct. 13,1996, at Belleville Health Care Center. Mr. Conzelman was born April 7,1904, at Republic and was a lifelong resident of the Byron, Neb., and Republic areas. He was a blacksmith and welder for more than 70 years. He was a member of the Republic United Methodist Church, National Blacksmith & Welders Association, was past president of Kansas State Blacksmiths & Welders Association and Nebraska Blacksmiths & Welders Association. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marie, in 1979, and a son, Weldon, in 1991. ., Survivors include three daughters, Berdine Payne of Steele City, Neb., Shirley Davenport of Elm Creek, Neb., and Jo Anne Garlock of Tulsa, Okla.; a son, Mervin Eugene of Republic; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Republic United Methodist Church, the Rev. Linda Willey officiating. Burial will be in Lake Cemetery, Republic. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, 1104 20th, Belleville 66935. Marguerite E. Cox Marguerite E. Cox, 85, Salina, died Monday, Oct. 14, 1996, at Bethany Home, Lindsborg. Mrs. Cox was born Marguerite E. Sundgren on Oct. 21, 1910, at Falun and lived most of her life in the Salina area. She was a teacher for 36 years, teaching biology, Latin and home economics at Falun Rural High School, English and physical education at Ellsworth Junior High School and Roosevelt Lincoln Junior High School in Salina. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Salina, and Kansas National Education Association. „ Her husband, Frank "Ed," died in 1985. - Survivors include a brother, Julian "Jay" Sundgren of Falun; and a sister, Beatrice Bret of Denver. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran Church, 302 S. Seventh, the Rev. Charles Aase officiating. Burial will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Falun Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Bethany Home or the church. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. Eighth, Salina 67401. Lester E. Dressier MARQUETTE — Lester E. Dressier, 97, Marquette, died Sunday, Oct. 13,1996, at Riverview Estates, Marquette. Mr. Dressier was born Sept. 18, 1899, at Langley and was a resident of the Marquette area most of T EDUCATION SAUNA Marguerite E. Cox KANSAS ABILENE: James Andrew WliftrfS, George Edwaftf Trtekte ATWOOD: Alice VrtMS HOrttWk HILLSBORO: John j.BMman MAROUfeTTE: Lester E. Dressier OBERLIN: Louise Leaks ' REPUBLIC: Murrefl tin/ CofiMI- mafi STOCKTON: Van V. Strutt WINONA! CterlesS-'feudVWard Jr. QUTOPSTATE Fred Laveme Johnson, fled Cloud, Neb,. Robert J. Harfiols, Qlendale, Ariz. his life. He had been a resident of California for seven years. He whs a World War I Army veteran. He served one year as principal of Ellinwood High School and also was an insurance and real estate agent. He was a member of Marquette Elim Lutheran Church, Masonic Lodge and a charter member of the American Legion. His wife, Jeanette, died in 1992. Survivors include nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Elim Lutheran Church, Pastor Larry Cross officiating. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery, Marquette. Memorials may be made to the church or Riverview Estates. There will be no visitation. Olson's Funeral Home, 202 N. Jackson, Marquette 67464, is handling arrangements. Robert J. Harnois GLENDALE, Ariz. — Robert J. Harnois, 60, Glendale, died Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1996, at Glendale of cancer. Mr. Harnois was born July 9, 1936, at Concordia, Kan., and was a resident of Arizona for 22 years. He had been a service technician for General Electric in Phoenix. He was a member of Sister Cities Organization and a sponsor for a foreign student exchange program. A son, Robert Jr., preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Cynthia "Cindy" of Glendale; a stepson, Derek Rohrbeck of Phoenix; four daughters, Laura Gregson of Las Vegas, Nev., Teresa, Denise and Michelle, all of Phoenix; two sisters, Alice Lachenmaier of Salina, Kan., and Mary Wolf of Battle Creek, Mich.; and five grandchildren. A memorial service was Thursday at Best Funeral Home, 9380 W. Peoria, Peoria 85345. Memorials may be made to Dig- nita Hospice, 202 E. Earll, Suite 320, Phoenix 85012. Alice Vrbas Horinek ATWOOD — Alice Horinek, 87, Atwood, died Sunday, Oct. 13, 1996, at Rawlins County Hospital, Atwood. Mrs. Horinek was born Alice Vrbas on July 27, 1909, in northwest Rawlins County and returned to Atwood in 1994, moving from Denver where she had lived since 1954. She had been a farm wife and homemaker. She was a former member of Sts. Cryril and Methodius Catholic Church and Altar Society, both of rural Atwood. Survivors include her husband, Rudolph of the home; three sons, Gaylen of Atwood, Gene of Wichita and Doug of Albuquerque, N.M.; three daughters, Berdean Simminger of Ludell, Norma Haase of Sheridan, Wyo., and Madge Carroll of Atwood; three brothers, Frank Vrbas of Stratton, Neb., Charles Vrbas of Palisade, Neb., and Raymond Vrbas of Hays; six sisters, Antoinette Horinek, Marian Ruda and Gertrude Havel, all of Atwood; Adella Harry of Colby, Martha Souchek of Denver and Frances Ham of Benkelman, Neb.; 27 grandchildren; and 43 great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Atwood, the Rev. Damian Richards officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Atwood. A wake and rosary will be at 7 p.m. today at Williams Funeral Chapel. A memorial fund is to be established. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at the funeral chapel, 109 N. Second, Atwood 67730. Fred Laverne Johnson RED CLOUD, Neb. — Fred Laverne Johnson, 91, Red Cloud, died Sunday, Oct. 13, 1996, at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Grand Island. Mr. Johnson was born Oct. 26, 1904, at Otego, Kan., and moved to Red Cloud from Lebanon, Kan. He was a former resident of rural Mankato, Kan., Burlington Colo., and Smith County, Kan. He was a World War II Army veteran. He had been a farmer in the Mankato area and operated a gas station in Red Cloud. He was a member of the Red Cloud American Legion Post 238. Survivors include a sister, Lavona Stanley of Lebanon; and a brother, Johnie of Wamego, Kan. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Simonson-Williams Funeral Home Chapel, 241 W. Fourth, Red Cloud 68970, the Rev. Arden Roush officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Mankato. Louise Leake OBERLIN — Louise Leake, 88, Oberlin, died Monday, Oct. 14, 1996, at Community Hospital, McCook, Neb. Mrs. Leake was born Louise Cochran on July 4, 1908, near Englewood, Tenn., and had lived on a farm south of Oberlin before moving to Oberlin. She had been a farm wife, florist and was a member of the United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by husbands, Tom Young in 1956 and Russell Leake in 1985, and a son, Charles Young. Survivors include a son, Robert Young of Talkeetna, Alaska; a daughter, Margaret Martin of Mc- Cqok; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Pauls Funeral Home, Oberlin, the Rev. Rick Eldred officiating. Burial will be in Oberlin Cemetery. Memorials may be made to charity of the donor's choice. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and after 8 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, 121 N. Penn, Oberlin 67749. Van V. Strutt STOCKTON — Van V. Strutt, 85, Stockton, died Sunday, Oct. 13, 1996, at Solomon Valley Manor. Mr. Strutt was born April 25, 1911, in Osborne County and was a lifelong resident of the Woodston area. He was a farmer. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie of the home; a son, Vernon of Woodston; four daughters, Margaret Welker and Irene Nyp, both of Stockton, Jeanne Poore of Scott City, and Lorna Hays of Plainville; a brother, Max of Woodston; 12 grandchildren; two stepgrand- sons; three great-grandchildren; and four stepgreat-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Woodston United Methodist Church, the Rev. Tim Ault-Duell officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Plain Cemetery, south of Woodston. Memorials may be made to Solomon Valley Manor or United Methodist Church. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today, from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Smith-Moore-Over- lease Funeral Home, 723 N. First, Stockton 67669, and after 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church. George Edward Trickle ABILENE — George Edward Trickle, 66, Abilene, died Sunday, Oct. 13, 1996, at Salina Regional Health Center. Mr. Trickle was born Nov. 27, 1929, at Oak Hill and was a resident of Abilene for more than four years, moving from Oak Hill. He worked for Northern Natural Gas for 31 years. He was a member of Oak Hill Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Patricia of the home; a son, Clayton of Lake Charles, La.; a daughter, Diana Richardson of Perryton, Texas; and five grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Oak Hill Presbyterian Church, Harold Gillispie officiating. Inurnment will be in Highland Cemetery, Minneapolis. Memorials may be made to the church. There will be no visitation. Phelps Funeral Home, 217 W. First, Miltonvale 67466, is handling arrangements. Charles "Bud" Ward Jr. WINONA — Charles "Bud" Harvey Ward Jr., 59, Winona, died Sunday, Oct. 13, 1996, at Citizens Medical Center, Colby, after a long battle with cancer. Mr. Ward was born July 10, 1937, at Winona and was a lifetime area resident. He was a farmer, rancher, teacher, coach and school counselor for the Oakley- Monument School District. He was a member of Winona United Methodist Church, Wallace Masonic Lodge, York & Scottish Rite Bodies, Isis Shrine Temple of Salina and Kansas Association of School Counselors. Survivors include his wife, Naomi of the home; a son, Charles No- lind of Russell Springs; two daughters, Deanna Berry of Leoti and Charlotte Baalman of Oakley; two sisters, Hazel Babst and Charlene Taylor, both of Winona; and nine grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Monument School gymnasium, the Revs. Roy Dixon and James Brackett officiating and a special tribute presented by Rich Epp. Burial will be in Winona Cemetery with Masonic rites. Memorials may be made to School Scholarship Fund or Shriner's Hospitals. Koster Funeral Home, 217 Freeman, Oakley 67748, is handling arrangements. His wife's name was omitted in Monday's edition. James Andrew Williams ABILENE — James Andrew "Jimmie" Williams, 76, Abilene, died Sunday, Oct. 13,1996, at Salina Regional Health Center. Mr. Williams was born April 9, 1920, in Tennessee and was a resident of the Junction City and Abilene areas most of his life. He was a World War II Army veteran. He started work with the civil service in 1954 and worked at Irwin Army Hospital until 1980. He also helped build the Eisenhower Museum and Library working as a construction worker. He was a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church, American Legion and was past president of the Eagles Lodge, all of Abilene. Survivors include his wife, Margaret of Abilene; a stepdaughter, Barbara Sparks of Salina; seven grandchildren; and 'eight great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Andrews Catholic Church, the Rev. Louis Mattas officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery with military rites. A rosary will be said at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Danner Funeral Home, 501 N. Buckeye, Abilene 67410. Memorials may be made to the church or Cancer Fund. First Kansan to fly snubbed by hall Kansas Aviation Hall of Fame chooses Cessna executive for award By The Associated Press TOPEKA — When he died in 1950, an obituary described Albin K. Longren as "the pioneer-aviator of Kansas." He was the first person to build an airplane and fly it in the state. Longren's barnstorming tours brought him fame throughout the Midwest, but he also gained recognition in aviation circles for his design and engineering work. His innovations included a pressed-fibre fuselage and folding wings that allowed one plane model to be stored in a garage. But Longren still is not a member of the Kansas Aviation Hall of Fame, his nomination having been passed over this year. That angers the Rev. Richard Taylor, a retired United Methodist minister and amateur historian from Topeka who has spent two decades researching Longren's life. He brought Longren's story to the attention of the Kansas Aviation Hall of Fame in Wichita. "He has a lifetime of accomplish- T SALINA CITY COMMISSION Regents set to review admissions plan Plan would require a 2.0 grade point average in precollege classes By The Associated Press •, "•— "' •' '' ~~ TOPEKA — Eighth-graders in Kansas schools get the word this week on what will be required of them to qualify for admission to the state's six universities when fhey enter as freshmen in the fall of 2001. * And, it became clear Monday they will have little room for er- far. ! Stephen Jordan, executive director of the Kansas Board of Re- fsnts, outlined for the Legislative ducational Planning Committee Ithe required course of study a regents task force recommended to jthe board. [ The board will vote on accepting the recommendations at a meeting Thursday in Wichita. The standards drew a generally favorable response from LEPC members. "I think they've done a good job," said Rep. Cindy Empson, R- Independence, chairwoman of the committee. "They have developed a curriculum that the (school) districts appear to be able to live with." But Sen. Lana Oleen, R-Manhattan, vice chairwoman, expressed concern students and parents may not realize how absolute the requirements are and that they've got to plunge into their studies in the ninth grade. "I'm just afraid for the kids and parents who don't tune in soon enough," Oleen said. "There's no room for error, and it kicks in next fall." "Generally, people think we have captured the essence of the legislation," Jordan said. He said some people questioned whether a unit of foreign language should have been included in the core curriculum but added, "I suppose if we had it in there, we would get comment that it shouldn't be in there." The 14-member task force, which made its final decisions on what to recommend on Oct. 1, was created in May after the 1996 Legislature passed a law requiring establishment of admission standards that will apply to all six universities — at Lawrence, Manhattan, Wichita, Emporia, Hays and Pittsburg. Kansas is one of the last states to require its high school graduates to pass a core curriculum and achieve a certain grade average to be admitted to its universities. The major recommendation is that Kansas students achieve at least a 2.0 grade point average, on a 4-point scale, in a 14-unit precol- lege curriculum in the ninth through 12 grades. The core curriculum consists of: ment," Taylor said. "This is like keeping Babe Ruth out of the Baseball Hall of Fame. It's ridiculous." This year's inductee is Russ Meyer, the chief executive officer of Cessna Aircraft Co. He will be honored Nov. 1, during the Kansas Aviation Museum's annual Wright Brothers Celebration at the Harvey Hotel in Wichita. The celebration is named for the Ohio brothers who built and first successfully flew an airplane in 1903. "The man selected this year deserves to be included, but Longren should have been included years ago," Taylor said. Mike Armour, director of the division of aviation in the Department of Transportation, said the decision each year is made by a committee. So far, only 16 people have been inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame, including aviatrix Amelia Earhart, astronaut Joe Engle and aviation pioneers Clyde Cessna and Walter and Olive Ann Beech. He noted anyone nominated but not selected will be considered again in two years. "Everyone has an opinion on who's more worthy than others," Armour said. Two private drives in line to get new names Pieschl Court, Allison Terrace residents want new names for streets By CHRIS KOGER The Salina Journal Residents of Pieschl Court and Allison Terrace may be addressing their mail differently if city commissioners continue to agree with their request to change their street names. The two private drives are off Eastgate Avenue on the city's east side. Residents, many of whom only recently found out the streets' true names, want to change them to what they have been referred to in the past. Pieschl Court would become Eastgate Court, and Allison Terrace would become Eastgate Terrace, if commissioners give their blessing. On Monday, the commission approved the request on first reading and a final vote will come next week. Assistant City Engineer Shawn O'Leary said the streets' names came to light after a recent ordinance was passed requiring private drives to display street signs. Pieschl and Allison residents then petitioned to change the names. Other business Also Monday, the commission: • Approved the first reading of an agreement between the city and Crestwood Inc. for fire protection at the cabinet company's new factory at 601 E. Waterwell. If the commission grants final approval next week, Crestwood would pay $26.35 a day for fire protection. •Approved the third phase of the city's vehicle purchase program, which includes four marked and one unmarked police cars. The cars are estimated to cost between $15,000 and $20,000 apiece. •Approved a supplemental contract to Wilson and Co. for engineering services on a wastewater pump station at 1095 W. Crawford. The project includes installation of a water main and three submersible pumps. City / Drainage discussed FROM PAGE A1 That would have to be studied before action is taken. "Water is held there. You might hit that water at 40 miles per hour," causing a vehicle to stall in the road and create further problems, Kissinger said. "We have to find out what the answer is."" The water in that area should ultimately be diverted to Dry Creek, but "how we would get it there and how much it would cost, I have no idea at this time," Kissinger said. About a dozen people, concerned about flooding in their neighborhoods, attended the meeting. "I'm gratified to hear Mr. Kissinger point out they are taking existing homeowners into consideration into their planning," said a man concerned about an apartment complex being built near Central Mall. The man opposed the construction, but Kissinger said the Central Mall stormwater detention ponds are bigger than required by law. ON THE RECORD • Four units of English or language arts, which means taking one full-year course each year starting in the ninth grade. • Three units of natural science chosen from among biology, chemistry, earth-space science and physics. At least one unit must be in chemistry or physics. • Three units of mathematics with two years of algebra and one of geometry required, except applied math I and II can be substituted for algebra I. "• Three units of social sciences, including one of U.S. history, half a unit of U.S. government, half a unit from among world history, world geography or international relations, and one unit from among psychology, economics, civics, history, social issues, sociology, anthropology and-or race and ethnic group relations. • One unit of computer technology. Hospital report Salina Regional Health Center SANTA FE ADMISSIONS — Rex Morriss and Susan Thornburg, both of Salina; Eldon Noel, Abilene; Harold L. Schwendener, Abilene; Magdalene Anderson, Concordia; Margaret K. Gillan, Concordia; Donald E. Kalivoda, Concordia; Vickie L. Barnes, Ellsworth; LeRoy Price, Great Bend; Jordan K. McNelly, Gypsum; Edith L. Houghton, Lindsborg; Doris L. Warren, Miltonvale; Carolyn Reed, Ness City. DISMISSALS — Duane W. Crooks, Lee Drake and Jeffrey M. Dye, all of Salina; Vera Higgins, Concordia; Barbara J. Foote, Ellsworth. District court CHARGED — Valdez Mosely, 29, and Damond Hawley, 21, both of Salina, charges of possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident Aug. 11 at 2430 S. Ninth. Kelly E. Gabel, 34, 702 W. Iron, charge of possession of a hallucinogenic drug and no proof of liability insurance, in connection with a traffic stop in the 100 block of South Ninth on Oct. 5. Patrick D. Dorsey, 24, no address available, charges of possession of cocaine with intent to sell, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession without tax stamps, in connection with an incident Oct. 2. A police officer stopped him for questioning while he was walking at 3:10 a.m. in the 2000 block of West Crawford after his car broke down on Interstate 135. t Kenneth Laron Boyd, 18, Shawnee, Okla., charges of 20 counts of forgery in connection with checks written Sept. 13-30 at various businesses in Salina. CORRECTIONS Because of a Journal error, the caption of a photo in Sunday's edition of jail inmates being loaded in a van incorrectly identified a Saline County Sheriffs officer. The officer loading prisoners was Cpl. David Higgins. TODAY'S SCRIPTURE "For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting, and his truth endureth to all generations." — Psalm 100:5 ;m^ i; .TJ^R) ^Numbers MONDAY'S DRAWINGS DAILY PICK 3 1-5-6 KANSAS CASH 5-9-18-20-23-34 Estimated Jackpot $920,000 LOTTERY SCENE Category 4866

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free