Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on January 28, 1978 · Page 14
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, January 28, 1978
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Page 14 Garden City Telegram Saturday, January 28, 1978 Hospitals ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Mable C. Adams, 609 N. 6th Vicki D. Anderson, 511 Taylor Ruth A. Bahm, Dighton Rose M. Naab, 616 Fleming DISMISSALS Mrs. Clifford G. Alexander and baby girl, Satanta John E. Armstrong, 1610 N. llth Mrs. James S. Brollier, Hugoton Lynn D. Carter, Syracuse Mrs. Deudedis P. Diaz, 514 Eugene Alex Geier, Route 2 Meryle B. Griffin Sr., Sublette Lupe D. Guillen Jr., 503 Hudson Mrs. Everett Hamill, Holcomb Danny L. Kitch, H and H Trailer Court Eugene L. McKenzie, Holly, Colo. Leo F. McMahon Jr., 305 W. Emerson John L. McWhirter, Dighton Irla G. Mays, Syracuse Mrs. Wendle Meier, 1711 N. 8th Mrs. Cirilo Perales, Eminence Rt. Rosendo Z. Perez Jr., 211 N 2nd John L. Poison, 2005 N. 8th Alvin E. Renstrom, S. Star Rt. Helen Royse, Coolidge Rowena M. Scott, Scott City Mrs. Douglas Sibley, 2305 "C" Helen J. West, 616 Garden City Ave. Accidents Thursday, Jan. 26, 3:12 p.m., Olive and d'Allemand, cars driven by John Harms, 1614 Jan, (extensive damage), and Kurtis Cruz, 1501 Jones, (major damage), and pickup truck driven by Dale Lightner, Pierceville, (moderate damage). Thursday, Jan. 26, 2:55 p.m., 100 block W. Walnut, car driven by Dennis VanCleave, Holcomb, (no damage), and pickup truck driven by Edward Reith, Pierceville, (extensive damage). Thursday, Jan. 26, 2 p.m., Kansas near 12th, cars driven by Lloyd Agee, 509 Meadowlark Park, and Opal Pooley, Syracuse, (extensive damage to both vehicles). Thursday, Jan. 26, 11:05 a.m., 9th and Elm, cars driven by Irene James, Deerfield, (extensive damage), and Leon Schmitt, Kinsley, (major damage), and steel pole and yard owned by Dr. J. D. Raynesford, (minor damage). Thursday, Jan. 26, 8:45 a.m., 100 block Albert, cars driven by Skyla Valentine, 2224 W. Kansas, and Joyce Nevin, 2310 "A", (moderate damage to both vehicles). a.m., 800 block Bancroft, car driven by Paula Carpenter, 1627 Summit, (major damage), and parked pickup truck owned by William Preston, 812 Bancroft, (damage amount unlisted). today In Garden City — Young Hobby Club A Race of Words Burglaries Tuesday, Jan. 24, set of open end wrenches, valued at $140, from Moore's Auto Repair, 1614 E. Fulton. Wednesday, Jan. 25, two clocks, a clock radio, and two caps, valued at $90, from residence, 703 Ida. Thefts Monday, Jan. 23, reported Thursday, camera, valued at $440, from darkroom at Garden City High. Tuesday, Jan. 24, two electrical connectors, value unlisted, from Alco. Tuesday, Jan. 24, unicycle, valued at $30 to $40, from junior college dormitory. Wednesday, Jan. 25, billfold, valued at $411 and purse, valued at $143, from St. Catherine Hospital. Thursday, Jan. 26, bicycle, value unlisted, from 701 N. 3rd. Thursday, Jan. 26, purse, valued at $22, from McDonald's Restaurant. Vandalism Between Saturday, Jan. 21, and Tuesday, two holes shot in window at residence, 707 W. Fulton, $125 damage. Early morning Wednesday, Jan. 25, someone turned on outside water hydrant, 807 N. 1st, minor leakage to basement, no monetary loss. Wednesday, Jan. 25, chain wrapped on vehicle at 1511 N. Main, no damage. Wednesday night, Jan. 25, front window broken at Northside Grocery, $80 damage. Wednesday night, Jan. 25, vandalism to gas line at Ponderosa Trailer Court residence, $1 damage. Fires Tuesday, Jan. 24, 7:43 a.m., pickup truck, owned by Dean Taper, on fire one mile west of US83 on Mary. Firemen attributed the blaze to backfire and estimated about $50 damage. Wednesday, Jan. 25, 10:24 a.m. fire reported at apartments owned by Roland Belcher and Van Smith, .605 Labrador Blvd. Firemen said people were lighting furnaces in some of the apartments and some/of the lint arid paint on the flues caught on fire. No damage was listed. Legals Corporation Deeds — Pamar Inc., to James and Terri Hahn, lot 9 of replat of lot 7, block 3, and lot 8, block 4, Hillside Land Corporation to David and Karen Brown, lot 7, block 9, Labrador Ridge subdivision. Pamar Inc. to Rocky and Lori Cornelius, lot 3, block 2, Westacres subdivision. Hillside Land Corp. to 1st Southern Baptist Church, lot i, replat of block 6, Labrador Ridge subdivision. Glen Woods Construction to Gerald D. Miller, lot 17, block 2, Woods Estates II. Quitclaim Deeds — Terry and Marcia McCready to Randall and Caroline Samme, lot 11, block 4, Westedge addition. Lois and Judy McComas to Brenda L. McComas, east half of section 31, township 23 south, range 28. Brenda McComas to Louis and Judy McComas, tract in sections 20 and 21, township 23 south, range 38. Margaret and Warren Chapman to Thelma Burress, tract in section 10, township 25 south, range 32. Warranty Deeds — W. M. and Roberta Renick to Rondal and Linda Crook, lot 6, block 30, Stevens 2nd addition. Mick and Pauline Rome to Philip and Esther Smith, lot 5, block 13, Jones addition. M. O. and Florence Wolfkill to Joseph and Grace Romero, part of lot 8, block 2, Greens Subdivision of Emerson and Eales addition. Joseph and Grace Romero to Lynn Miller, part of lot 8, block 2, Greens subdivision of Emerson and Eales addition. Ira and Patty Greer to John and Mary Gonzales, lot 13, block 3, Safford addition. Charles and Lucile Hager to Keith and Patricia Boldt, tract in section 31, township 23 south, range 33. Peter and Marsha Rich to Harry and Mary Nolde, lot 2, block 5, Farr addition, Holcomb. R. E. and Ray Winter to Ross Winter et al, east half of southwest quarter of section 32, township 21 south, range 28. R. E. and Ray Winter to Ross Winter et al, tract in sections 5 and 8, township 22 south, range 38; tract in section 13, township 23 south, range 29; tract in section 14, township 23 south, range 39; and tract in section l, township 23 south, range 30. M. 0. and Florence Wolfkill to Luis and Bertha Gonzales, tract in lots 7 and 8, block 2, Greens subdivision of Emerson and Eales addition. David and Karen Brown to James and Rosemary Franz, part of lot 7, block 9, Labrador Ridge n subdivision. Timothy and Deborah Cobb to R. L. and Lena Bethel, tract in block "J", Holmes 3rd addition. 'William and Betty Blake to Thomas and Linda Conrad, lot 12, block 2, Hager Modular Home addition. Homer Campbell et al to Verl and Reba Holmes, lot 9, block 1, Downing Square addition. Lee and Ruth Hebrlee to Charles and Billie Sinclair, tract in section 25, township 24 A word-building race is fun to hold when there are at least three persons to take part, two as competing racers and the third as the timekeeper. There may be more competitors than two, of course. Give each racer a paper and pencil. The timekeeper will need a watch or clock. Luis and Bertha Gonzales to south, range 32. Teresa P. Russell, tract in lots James and Catherine Knoll 7 and 8, block 2, Greens to Ben and Donna Bridgman, subdivision of Emerson and tract in lots 7 and 8, block 1, Eales addition. Grace Nettrouer to Jack and Josephine Cooper, part of lots 12 and 13, block 4, Jones addition. Madison West et al to Duane and Orvileta West, lots 6 and 7, Plaza East replat of Schreiber addition. Alton and Patty Foster to G. Norman and Velbris Chamberlin, lot 18, block 1, Parkwood Third addition. Bert Vance et al to Deidre block 2, Taylor and Conkling Garnand, tract in lots 14 and addition. Raymond and Bernice Chappel to Chappel Homes Inc., lots 7 and 8, block 8, Indian Hill subdivision. Robert and Carole Rodgers to Gilbert and Johnnie Elliot, part of lot 13, block 10, Indian Hill subdivision. Vernia Triplett to Marcus Meng, tract in section 36, township 23 south, range 30. L. Clyde Stallsworth et al to Ronald and Evelyn Stoner, lot 13, block 3, Newberry addition. Ronald and Evelyn Stoner to Joe and Sandra Aragon, lot 13, block 3, Newberry addition. Jesse and L. Delores Scott to Mark and Denise Cockriel, part of lots 1 and 2, Williams and Van Noordin addition. William and Edna Drees to Carl Connors and William Kinney, lot 3, block 43, Stevens addition. 15, block 1, Walls addition. Agree in advance upon an appropriate word to be used in building other words. If the race is being conducted at a birthday party, the master word could be "birthday." If it is being played on Sunday, the master word might be "Sunday." Each player prints the word at the top of his paper. At a signal to begin, the players work as rapidly as possible to form words using the letters in the master word. The timekeeper allows three minutes at the end of which he halts the ratte. The winner is the player who has formed the largest number of legitimate words from letters of the master word. The players must build their lists silently and must keep their papers concealed from each other. A dictionary may be helpful to the timekeeper in deciding whether any disputed words are legitimate. If the master word is "birthday," the list of words created might include the following examples: It, dart, dirt, bat, day, try, tray, tab, rat, raid, ray, bit, bay, bar, bait, rib, and had. Still more can be formed. MONDAY: Lots More Good Fun For Every Boy And Girl! Call The Telegram 275-7105 Players or More (Published in the Garden City Telegram Saturday, January 21, and Saturday, January 28,1978) NOTICE The annual meeting of the patrons of Drainage District n will be held in the District Court Room of the Court House at Garden City. Kansas on Saturday, February 4, 1978, at 1:30 p.m. Burn your weeds before the meeting! (Use South Door) R. H. Calihan, Jr. Clerk GARDEN QTYTRAVa CENTER IF YOU TRAVEL BY AIR, LAND OR SEA LET US MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS WE DO NOT CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE FOR YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS PHONE 316-275-4126 113 W. CHESTNUT GARDEN CITY KANSAS 908 N. MAIN GARDEN CITY KANSAS 275-7111 TODAYS SAVINGS Thursday, Jan. 26, 8:20 Westacres addition. Discover the taste of Scallops 824 N. KANSAS LIBERAL KANSAS 624-7204 FINANCIAL STATEMENT December 31,1977 1977 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS > $32,679.634.56 Discover the scrumptious taste of Long John Silver's scallops. Six Deep Sea Scallops cooked to a crispy golden brown in our secret batter. Served with a boat full o' fryes, our savory slaw, and ' tartare sauce to enhance the taste. A great ta£te you'll find only at Long John Silver's. And a great value at $1.99. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS $ ALL OTHER LOANS $ REAL ESTATE OWNED & IN JUDGMENT $ STOCK IN FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK $ CASH AND U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES $ OFFICE BILDING AND FURNITURE LESS DEPRECIATION , $ PREPAID F.S.L.I.C. INSURANCE PREMIUM $ OTHER ASSETS $ 738,290.55 191,042.00 10,090.27 382,500.00 2.521,241.65 651,431.23 154,824.50 266,100.21 TOTAL ASSETS $37,615.154.97 SEAFOOD SHOPPES 205 E. Kansas Avenue SAVINGS CAPITAL $30.080,541.86 ADVANCES FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK $ 4.590.0OO.OO OTHER BORROWED MONEY LOANS IN PROCESS.. ? ADVANCE PAYMENT BY BOROWERS TAXES & INS. ..... OTHER LIABILITIES GUARANTEE STOCK RESERVES AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $ NONE 813,183.09 143.176.50 259.672.09 255.24O.OO 1.473.341.43 TOTAL LIABILITIES.. „•..... $37,615,154.97 1976 $27.166,853.17 573.874.64 157.365.36 -0295,000.00 1,798.047.52 634,004.68 165,735.25 374.8O2.6O 31.165.683.22 3.540.OOO.OO NONE 476,362.68 133.985.62 290,030.17 255,240.00 1.174.880.15 $31,165,683.22

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