Deathi Clifton F. Lindscy Clifton F. Lindsey, 80, 815 East 10th, died Monday at South Hospital after a four- week illness. Born May 10, 1891 in Poyen, Ark., he married Roxie B. Hicks, May 16,1M4 in Malvern, Ark. They came to Hutchinson in 1925. She died Oct. 17, 1955. He was a retired felt checker with the Packaging Corp. of America. Survivors include a son: Carl, 26 Eastwood, daughter: Mrs. Dorothy Long, McPherson; brothers: Rufus, San Bernardino, Calif.; Worley, Isleton Vista, Calif.; sister: Mrs. Minnie Benner, Hot Springs, Ark; two granddaughters; two great grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Thursday at the Elliott Chapel; Rev. H. O. Lindeblad. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday at the Elliott Chapel. John E. (Jack) Battin John E. Battin, 67, 308 North Park, died at 11 p.m. Monday at the Veterans Hospital in Wichita after a short illness. Born June 15, 1904 at Lawrence, he married Helen Chappel on June 6, 1943 at Ottawa. A resident of Hutchinson for 61 years, he was a World War II veteran and a member of the local Moose Lodge and American Legion. He retired from the maintenance department at the Post Office in June. Survivors include the widow of the home and a step-daughter, Jean Bradley, Seattle, Wash. Mrs. George Edniau KINSLEY - Mrs. Bessie Edman, 76, died Tuesday at the Edwards County Hospital, Kinsley, after a short illness. Born Oct. 7, 1894, in Lawrence, she was married to George Edman Nov. 19, 1914, in Kansas City. She lived in Kinsley since 1916. She was a member of the Methodist Church, Kinsley; HDU; VFW Auxiliary; Quivira Gold Star Mothers, Lyons. Survivors include the widower; brothers: W. E. Brown, Kansas City; E. M. Brown, Bunker Hill, 111.; sister: Mrs. Ola Gray, Nevada, Mo.; one grandchild. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the, McKillip Chapel, Kinsley; Rev. Thomas Walsch. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Kinsley. Mrs. Onno Soeken CLAFLIN — Mrs. Minnie Soeken, 75, Claflin, died Monday afternoon at her home following a sudden illness. Bom April 26, 1896, at Blair, Neb., she was married to Onno Soeken Nov. 24,1920, at Ellsworth. She was a resident of Claflin since her marriage. She was a member of t h e VFW Auxiliary, American Legion Auxiliary, Hoisington Hospital Auxiliary, HDU, Ladies Aide Society of the Lutheran Church and was a Gold Star Mother. Survivors include the widower; son: Howard, Claflin; halfbrothers: Arthur and Edward Armbrust, Ellsworth; three grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Thursday at the Zion Lutheran Church, Claflin; Rev. Virgil |Bening. Burial will be in Claflin District Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Kimple Funeral Home, Ellinwood. A family prayer service will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Lincoln H. Unruh GALVA — Lincoln H. Unruh, 72, died Monday night at Bethel Deaconess Hospital, Newton. Born Jan. 26, 1899, at Great Bend, he married Ida Wedel July 15, 1925, in Marion County. He was a retired fanner. Survivors include the widow; sons: James, Hesston; Paul, Alaska; Gordon, Conway; Loren, Ontario, Calif., daughters: Mrs. Victor Coehn, Galva; Mrs. Orville Rutchman, Hesston; Mrs. Rod Huebert, Davenport, Iowa; Mrs. Al Stolifer, Taiwan; brothers: Walter, Great Bend; Ralph; Arthur, Hutchinson; Austin, Enid, Okla.; sister: Mrs. Carie Smith, Great Bend; 14 grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Friday at the First M e n n o n i t e Church, McPherson; Rev. Ernest Porzelius. Burial in Frieden- stahl Cemetery, Durham. Friends may call at the Harder Funeral Home, Moundridge, from 8 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Frank Hoffman BUCKLIN — Mrs. Bertha Christina Hoffman, 66, died Monday at the Bucklin Hospital after a short illness. Bom Sept. 22, 1905, in Manchester, Okla., she was married to Frank Hoffman June 9, 1926, in Wichita. She lived in Bucklin since 1918. She was a member of the Christian Church, Bucklin; Krowldeen Club. Survivors include the widower; son: Harold, Miami, Fla.; daughter: Mrs. Don Dody, Newton; brother: Roy Butz, Bucklin; sisters: Mrs. Fairel Hicks, Bucklin; Mrs. Clara Edgcomb, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.; Mrs. Evelyn Melencamp, Dodge City; seven grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the churchy Rev. Don Schoepf. Burial will be in Bucklin Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Minnis Chapel, Bucklin. Leonhard B. Rempel NEWTON — Leonhard B. Rempel, 66, died Monday at the Halstead Hospital after a heart attack. Barn Feb. 19, 1905, in Hillsboro, he married Irene Bartel Oct. 21, 1932, in Hillsboro. He was a retired em ploye for the Highway Department. He lived in Newton 17 years. He was a member of, the Bethel College Mennonit© Church, North Newton. Survivors include the widow; daughters: Mrs. Sylvia Jane Froese, Inola, Okla.; Dilores Fay, Berlin, Germany; sisters: Mrs. Frita Penner, Hillsboro; Mrs. Emma Ewert, Marion; Mrs. Hilda Ewert, Newton; three grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Friday at the church; Rev. Esko Leowen. Burial will be in Haven of Rest Cemetery, Hillsboro. Friends may call Wednesday evening and all day Thursday at the Draper - Cannon Funeral Home, Newton, the family suggests memorials to the public address system fund of the church or the American Heart Association. Mrs. Ralph Dickinson Mrs. Mary Dickinson, 61, sister of Paul R. Bell, 124 West 7th, Hutchinson, died Saturday at Plaiinview Hospital, Plainview, Tex., after a long illness. Born Aug. 23, 1910, in Lamed, she was married to Ralph Dickinson.'She lived in Plainview since 1947. She was a member of the St. Alice Catholic Church, Plainview; Altar Society. Survivors include the widower; daughter: Mrs. Mario Trevino, Plaiinview, Tex.; step 1 daughter: Mrs. Gerald Wyer, Haven; step-son: Marvin Dickinson, Denver, Colo.; brother: Paul R. Bell, 124 West 7th, Hutchinson; sisters: Mrs. Wayne Blackburn, Rozel; Mrs. Jim Clark, El Paso, Tex.; 11 grandchildren. Funeral and burial were Monday in Plaiinview, Tex. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society. Roy Ivan Wood RANSOM — Roy Ivan Wood, 76, died Tuesday at the Grisell Memorial Hospital, Ransom, after a long illness. He was born Oct. 5,1895, near Utica. He was a lifetime resident of Ness County;. He was a member of the United Methodist Church, Ransom. Survivors include sisters: Mrs. Frank Lyon, Ransom; Mrs. |Grace Bunting, Houston, Tex.; Mrs. Ruth Weeks, Kansas City; brothers: Clarence, Dunsmuir, Calif.; Fay, Utica. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the church; Rev. William McFall. Burial will be in Ransom Cemetery. Friends may call from noon to 9 p.m. Wed nesday at the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, Ness City. Mrs, Charles A. McPhail PROTECTION — Mrs. Katie Alice McPhail, 83, died Tuesday at the Ashland Personal Care Home. Born Dec. 1, 1887, in Marion County, she was married to Charles A. McPhail June 29, 1907, in Marion. He died Jan. 9, 1950. She lived in Protection since 1928. She was a member of the Methodist Church, Protection: Rebekah Lodge. Survivors include daughters: Mrs. Velma Park and Mrs. Elizabeth Newton, Protection: sons: Harry, Marven and Weldon, Ashland; Joe, Rangely, Colo.; Lee, Kansas City, Mo.; 23 grandchildren; 35 g r e a t- grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the church; Rev. Carl Carrier. Burial will be in Protection Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the Hatfield Funeral Home, Coldwater. Rev. Leof M. Hayes SCOTT CITY - Rev. Leof M. Hayes, 82, died Tuesday at the Scott City Hospital after a long illness. Born Dec. 31, 1888, in Princeton, she was married to Melville M. Goff April 6, 1910, in Richmond. He died Feb. 22, 1924. She was married to Rev. Cloyd Hayes Jan. 1, 1928, in Ottawa. He died Jan. 7, 1935. She was a retired pastor of the Baptist Church in Ames and since retirement she served as interim pastor of several Western Kansas churches. She lived in Scott City since 1961. Survivors include a brother: Sanford Shaw, Richmond. Funerals will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church, Scott City; Rev. Ted Eppinger, Rev. Henry Bondurant and Rev. Harry Opperman, and at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Damron-Towner Funeral Home, Ottawa. Burial will be in Princeton Cemetery, near Ottawa. Friends may call until service time at Weinmann- Price Funeral Home, Scott City. The family suggests memorials to the Rev. Leof M. Hayes church memorial fund. Einanuei J. Heckcr SALINA-Emanuel J. Heckcr, 65, Salina, father of Mrs. Al Fiffe, 1529 North Main, died Sunday at St. John's Hospital. Born April 24, 1906, at Park. He was owner of the Hecker Implement Co. and was a former member of the Salina Police Department. Other survivors are: widow, Mary; mother, Mrs. Anna M. Hecker, Salina; son, Vernon, Junction City; daughters, Mrs. Donald Stafford, Topeka; Mrs. John Jilka, Mentor; Mrs. James Clennan, El Dorado; Mrs. Harold Morris, Ft. Collins, Colo.; Mrs. Roy House, McPherson; brothers, Rev. A. J'. Gorham; Martin, Oakley; Lib, Quinter; Luke, Denver, Colo.; Greg, Salina; sisters, Mrs. Sally Colip, Avon Park, Fla.; Mrs. Russell Gorman, Salina; 34 grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral; Msgr. Wiliam Merchant. Rosary service will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ryan Mortuary. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Garden City GirVs Lamb Well Named WICHITA - A Garden City girl, Millie Thomas, showed her 115-pound heavyweight Hampshire market lamb, Repeat, to the reserve grand champion slot at the 39th annual Kansas National Junior Livestock Show and sale here Monday. Repeat also was the champion Hampshire market lamb at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson. Millie, 18, said she had named her Iamb in the hope that he would "repeat" the performance of his two brothers, one reserve grand champion at the Finney County State Fair and the other at the Tri-State Royal at Goodland. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thomas, Garden City, she had the grand champion last year and also in 1965. She has entered the Kansas National for nine years. Area top winners in lamb classes were: Shropshire — Cherylo Tomlin, Valley Center, 1; Suslo Gatz, Newton, 2; Cheryle Tomlin, 3; Glenna Tomlin, Valley Center, 4. Southdown — Dwight Wedel, Moundridge, J; Marcla Gatz, Newton, 2; Bret Glllmore, Newton, 4; Debra Beckham, Valley Center, S. Dorset — Clifford McKlrmey, Hardtncr, 1; David Kerley Peck, 2; Susie Gatz, Newton, 3; Bryan Giilmore, Newton, 5. Hampshire — Millie Thomas, Garden City, 1; Susie Gatz, Newton, 2; Duane J. Wedel, Moundridge, A. Hampshire — Ken Ebert, St. George, 1; Millie Thomas, Garden City, 2; Dwight Wedel, Moundridge, 4. Suffolk — Marcla Gatz, Newton, 4; Kathy Gatz, Newton, 5; Deb Kasitz, Hesston, 7; Elaine Krehblel, Medicine Lodge, 8; Duane Wedel, Moundridge, 9; Jimelta Drier, Hesston, 10. Suffolk — Judy Allen, Hardtner, 2; Kathy Gatz, Newton, 3; Jim Wyant, Peck, 4; Duane Wedel, Moundridge, 5; Lynno Krehblel, Medicine Lodge, 6. Crossbred — Ron Stanley, Valley Center, 4; Pam Zubeck, Deerfleld, 5; Jlm- etta Drier, Hesston, 6; Keith Rhodes, Valley Center, 7; Leslie McNally, Hardtner, 9; Robert Adam, Holcomb, 10. Crossbred — Bruce Schllckau, Haven, 6; Cherle Bayer, Cheney, 7i Phil Cunningham, Ashland, 23. Area champions and reserve champions In the breeds were: Shropshire — Cheryle Tomlin, Valley Center, champion; Susie Gatz, Newton, reserve champion. Southdown — Dwight Wedel, Moundr ridge, champion; Marcla Gatz, Newton, reserve champion. Hampshire — Ken Ebert, St. George, champion; Millie Thomas, Garden City, reserve champion. Vanocur Delays Talk' COLBY — A broken ankle has forced Sander Vanocur to reschedule his speaking engagement here, reported Don Krebs, dean of community service at Colby Community College. Vanocur, news analyst on NBC-TV's news magazine, First Tuesday, who .was scheduled to speak Wednesday will be in Colby Oct. 14. Hutchinson News Wednesday, Oct. 6,1971 Page 18 Strong vs. Strongest Dexol has more active bleaching ingredient than any other safety bleach. Yet Dexol is completely safe for bright colors, permanent press, and even the most delicate synthetics. 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