The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 9, 1971 · Page 8
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, October 9, 1971
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Death* (More deaths, page 3) William Evans William Evans, 73, of Lamar, Ark., formerly of Hutchinson, died Friday morning in Russellville, Ark., after a short illness. Born Sept. 30, 1898, in Hutchinson, he was an employe of Central Fiber Products Co. and worked on a farm at Preston. He was a member of the Lutherville, Ark., Lutheran Church. Survivors include the widow; brother: Samuel, 1000 Harrison; sisters: Mrs. Mae Turney, Anadarko, Okla.; Mrs. Anna Haines, 1726 East 2nd; Mrs. Bessie Knoche, 1000 Harrison; Mrs. Nellie Moore, 312 West 5th. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Cox Funeral Home, Clarksville, Ark. Burial will be in Lutherville Cemetery. Mrs. Frank Watkins Mrs. Winnie F. Watkins, 82. 417 East Bigger, died at noon Friday at South Hospital following a two-week illness. Born Sept. 13, 1889, at Crosses, Ark., she was married to Frank Watkins May 14, 1903, at. Delaney, Ark. They moved to Hutchinson in 1929. He died Jan. 20, 1965. She was a member of the Baptist Church. 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PRESCRIPTIONS fJlled at FRAESE DRUGS BECAUSE: • Compare Our Service • Compare Our Prices • Free Credit Privileges • Free Delivery • Free Insurance Records • Free Tax Records • Mail Orders Prepaid Have Your Doctor Call Your Next Prescription To either of — ifTTwESMIfTl COHPLIII HCSHIFIION iCKVICt Store No. 1—2nd & Main MO 2-4477 | Hours: I a.m. Siindayi » a • * p.m. Daily Store No. 2—17th & Plum! MO 34349 Hours: t a.m. • t p.m. Daily Sat. to 11 Neon — Clasad Sunday , Mrs. Georgia 'Iheissen, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Gladys Fisher, Tucson, Ariz.; sons: William, 536 East Campbell; Joseph, 715 East F; Sherman, 704 Cole; 24 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 4 p.m. Monday at Johnson and Sons Chapel; Rev. George W. Kimball. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday at Johnson and Sons. Mrs. Harold Owens Mrs. Cora M. Owens. 77. 125 East 10th, died Friday morning at the Hodgeman County Health Center, Jetmore. after a long illness. Born July 8, 1894, in Covington, Ky., she was married to*Harold Owens in Kansas City. She was a member of The Church of God in Christ, a di-| rector of the church choir and instructor of the sewing center in the church; and a former home economics teacher. Survivors include a sister: Mrs. Ralph Bradshaw, Jetmore. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday at McGee Chapel in the church; Charles M. McGee. Burial will be in Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call between 2 and 9 p.m. Saturday at the Davis Chapel, Jemore. and ;1 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Johnson and Sons Chapel, Hutchinson. Mrs. Lewis Brown Mrs. Daphne H. Brown, 87, 801 East 1st, Hutchinson, died Friday at her home after a long illness. Born June 25, 1884, in Shaw, she was married to Lewis Webb Brown May 4 1903, in Chanute. He died March 19, 1947. Sh e lived in Hutchinson since 1929. She was a member of t h e First Christian Church, Hutchinson. Survivors include sons: Floyd, 527 East 10th, Hutchinson; Charlie, Houston, Tex.; daughters: Mrs. Audrey Ebeling, 801 East 1st, Hutchinson; Mrs. Hazel Reed, 402 East 10th, Hutchinson; brother: Sherwood Rice, 728 Lee, Hutchinson; 13 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; two great-great­ grandchildren; three half-brothers and five half-sisters. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Elliott Chapel, Hutchinson; Rev. Joe B. Brown. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Hutchinson. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the funeral home. Pasqual Viegra LARNED — Pasqual Viegra, 66, died Thursday at the St Joseph Hospital, Lamed, after a short illness. Born May 17, 1905, in La Aldea, Mexico, he married Basilia Chavez May 1, 1926, in Hutchinson. He was a section foreman for the Santa Fe Railroad, Larned. He lived here since 1958. He was a member of the St. Heart Catholic Church, Larned; Knights of Columbus; AFL-CIO. Survivors include the widow; sons: Alexander, 100 West 6th, South Hutchinson; Francisco Cites New Silos WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon's research chief said Friday the Soviets are installing new launch silos for in- PageH The Hutchinson News Saturday, Oct. 9,1971 tercontinental ballistic missiles "at a great rate." PORTABLE LAKE — Sheri Bartlctt, a dancer at Las Vegas, Nev., hotel, uses a sailboat to dramatize the size of an International Harvester payloader which is in Las Vegas for a convention of the Am- THE CLOTHING CORNER ... A Great Shoe ...Free-Flex If you're looking for a new shoe ... look at a great one ... Freeman Free-Flex! Comfort engineered to be soft and flexible from your first step. No stiffness, no pinching. Let Freeman Free-Flex set you free! Burnished Gold smooth calf, or Black. by Freeman 16 North Severance, Hutchinson: Joe and Robert, Larned: Benny, La Crosse; Richard, Dodge City; daughters: Mrs Sanjuana Castor, Maywood 111.; Mrs. Julis Castenada, Lewis; Mrs. Bernadine Hall Newton; Mrs. Adelida Perez and Mrs. Francis Earegood, Larned; brother: Jose, Larned; one sister: 38 grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Monday at the church; Father Andrew McGovern. Rosaries will be 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Beckwith Mortuary, Larned. Knights of Columbus rosary has not yet been scheduled. Burial will be in Larned Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the mortuary. Mrs. H. L. Tinsley Mrs. Didema Tinsley, 101, Hutchinson, died Friday at Mount Carmel, 111. Born July 7, 1870, in Braymer, Mo., she was married to H. L. Tinsley in 1891. She was visiting a daughter at the time of her death. Survivors, include daughters: Mrs. O. O. Creson, Ventura, Calif.; Mrs. C. E. Skiles, Mount Carmel, 111.; Mrs. Tom Dewar, Laguna Hills, Calif.; Mrs. G. Fred Williams, RFD 2, Hutchinson; 10 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; six great- great-grandchildren . Graveside service will be at Fairview Cemetery at 2 p.m. Tuesday; Rev. Wesley Davis. George O. Learned ZENITH—George O. Learned, 94, died Friday at the Stafford District Hospital after a short illness. Born April 5, 1876, in Anderson, Ind., he married Sar­ ah Jane Thompson Dec. 24, 1902. in Zenith. She died April I, 1964. He was a retired farmer. He lived here 90 years. He was a member of ths United Presbyterian Church, Stafford. Survivors include daughters: Mrs. Beulah Hoelscher, Bushton; Alta and Vera, Zenith; Mrs. Pearl Abbott, Tribune; sons: Ralph, Turon; Earl, Concordia; Oscar, Atwood; brother: Wilmer, Zenith; sister: Anna, 711'/a East A, Hutchinson; 15 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday at the church; Rev. Willis Poole. Burial will be in Stafford Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to the church in care of the Peacock-Milton Funeral Home, Stafford. Transcript Deeds Recorded Terry F. and Gloria M. Messing to Robert E. and Beverly I. Mahathey, one lot on north side of 35th and east of Belinda Drive. Phyllis M. Lang to the Secretary of Charley Jackson Bradford, Jr., 24, Housing and Urban Development, two lots on north side of 12th between Poplar and Maple. Aaron M. and Bertha A. Johnson to Thomas L. and Bonnie L. Hoskins, two lots on southwest corner of 5th and Pleasant. William P. and Loretta A. Owens to Richard S. and Gladys G. Masinton, one lot on south side of Eastwood Drive and west of Independence Road. Robert L. and Geraldine M. McNeill to El don F. and Deborah A. Coleman, one lot on southeast side of Wesfield Drive and 22nd Avenue. Charles and Clara V. Burchell to Geneva Lois and Windell Quails, about 110 acres about 2Vi miles west of Medora. Abe L. and Lydia Garver to Walter A Garver, a tract about I'i miles west and two miles south of central Hutchinson. Orval Ward to Kenneth L. and Arlene M. Shaver, six lots in Haven. $31.95 others from 17.95 MON.-THURS. 9:30 to 8:30 Tues.-Wed.-Fri.-Sat. 9:30 to 5:30 |?lcirr ciNTH SECOND t MAIN FHUTCHIN SON- Surprise your Granny with our Granny Bunch Sunday, October 10th is Grandmother's Day Nothing could please her more than to be remembered on HER day with a long-lasting bouquet of colorful fresh flowers. Whether your Granny lives nearby or many miles away, we'll guarantee delivery almost anywhere, in time for Grandmother's Day. Our Granny Bunch is available from $7.50 u $15.00. Call US Today Satisfaction Guaranteed Flowers Belong In Your Life! 24 hour answering service 662-6637 521 East 11th Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Hutchinson News-UPI Telephoto) crican Mining Congress. The machine weighs about 250,000 pounds and cost $1 a pound. Billed as the largest in the world, it can scoop up 18 cubic yards of dirt — or in Sheri's case, 3,000 gallons of water. TIME TO PLANT SPRING-BLOOMING Hyacinths • Narcissus • Tulips # Also healthy field-grown Creeping Phlox Hardy Mums Plan now for a beautiful flower garden next spring. We will be happy to help you. STUTZMAN GREENHOUSE 5 miles Southwest of Hutchinson on Hwys. 50-61' Rl. 1, Hutchinson • Closed Sunday • Ph. 662-0828 SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT! COId Milwaukee Beer 6 W) 1901 E. 4th • W. 4th at Whiteside COATS Beautiful need expert cleaning care. We live up to that expectation. Don't Get Nervous, We Have Fast Service" CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 3 Locations to Serve You • 721 E. 4th • 13th & Main • 5th & Adams Is there a "best" way to save? Not really. What works person won't necessarily work for another. And that's why the First National offers you a choice of savings plans - each with its own combination. of rate and availability. One of our plans is the right one for you. 5-3/4% Certificate of Deposits, for example, require an initial deposit of only $500; they pay you 5-3/4% for a two-year term (or 5.92% because we compound daily). We will mail you quarterly interest checks or monthly interest checks if you deposit $5,000 or more. Your certificate can be automatically renewed if it is not redeemed within 10 days after maturity. Certificates are available to individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations. 5-1/2% Savings Certificates also require an initial deposit of only $500; the high 5-1/2% rate is based on a 1-year term. Compounded daily interest earns 5.65% yearly. Other features are similiar to the 5-3/4% certificate. HOURS- MAIN LOBBY l :M to 4 :M Moo.-Thurf. •:M fe M0 Fridays Lobby aid Drive In Laies—M lc Elm at* Drive In Lanes— Sherman & Main 8:00 to 5:30 Mon. throagh Thursday S:M to l:N Friday 1:31 fe noon Saturday 5% Savings Certificates mature at 3, 6 or 9 months. 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