The Parsons Sun from Parsons, Kansas on April 6, 1988 · 16
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The Parsons Sun Wednesday April 6 1988 Area news 2 Edna: Council announces hearing By HAZEL JOSLIN Sun Correspondent The Edna City Council has scheduled a second public hearing as part of the process of applying for a grant to fund the renovations to the Edna Community Building The hearing is set for 2 pm April 6 in the meeting room of City Hall The Edna Comunity Development Committee met March 28 During the meeting several projects were discussed Estimates for the improvement of the Community Budding have been received and sent to the planning commission The night committee meeting will be at 7:30 pm April 1 1 at the City Hall These meetings arc open to the public Persons interested arc urged to attend The Edna Civic Organization McCune: Class plans By SARA JOHNSTON Sun Correspondent “Together for always never apart maybe in distance never in heart” has been chosen as the class motto by the 1988 McCune eighth-grade graduating class Their colors are teal and mint green The class flower is roses The class chose the Rev Clair Uitts to officiate at its May 17 graduation They have chosen Kimic Brummctt Katrina Parsons Seth Stewart and Doug Mercer from the seventh grade to serve as ushers for the evening The graduating class will travel to Kansas City May 7 to spend the day at World’s of Fun and to attend a Royals baseball game in the evening before returning home Sandra Crumpackcr is the valedictorian of the eighth-grade class She is the daughter of Glenn and Doris Crumpackcr of Rt 1 McCune Rebecca Holroyd daughter of Dick and Patty Holroyd of Rt 1 McCune is the salutatorian Travis Shaffer is attending Allen County Community College and Mound Valley: Church plans benefit lunch By SUZY BRADFIELD Sun Correspondent The United Methodist Church of Mound Valley is planning to have a benefit luncheon to help finance repairs on the parsonage The luncheon will be held at 12:30 pm April 17 at the Mound Valley Community Center Everyone is invited A teacher from the KU Fire Service Training Center will be in Mound Valley Saturday April 9 and April 16 to conduct a course in basic fire training Classes will run from 8 am to 5 pm at the Mound Valley Fire Dept Anyone interested is encouraged to come and take advantage of this training Dogs Continued from Page 1 strict rules about their upbringing For example the dogs are not allowed to cat anything but dog food “You don’t want them taking something off a blind person’s plate” Clay said The dogs also are taught obedience including not to jump on people and to obey basic commands “We don’t do anything tricky” Laylandcr said “We leave that to Pilot” The families of the 4-Hcrs who take the dogs pay for the dogs’ food but receive compensation for all veterinary expenses When they go to Pilot the training for the dogs becomes tougher First they are in quarantine for two weeks to determine if they’re healthy Then they spend four to six months working with a trainer Then they’re matched with a blind person and spend another month learning to live with that person So far the dogs in the Neosho program have done well The first four Labradors successfully completed the training and are now with blind people Three of the four boxers the group next received arc still in the training program but one was excluded because of a hip deformity The dogs also have attracted attention in the area To become used to people the dogs are taken into local McDonald’s and K-Mart stores The dogs wear jackets identifying them as “guide dogs in training” Laylandcr said “Shoppers just stop and watch us” Laylandcr said “And they all say how pretty the dogs are” (ECO) met March 21 at Cathy’s Cafe in Edna Terri Lane president opened the business meeting Roll call was answered by 31 members Vickie Lear and Gaylene Vail were voted in as new members The club voted to buy a book for each of the story hour age groups in the library Dr JH Allen will be at the Edna Fire Station from 4 to 6 pm April 6 for the vacination of cats and dogs Licenses may also be purchased in the city clerk’s office An interesting report was read on the Edna Community Scholarships given since 1967 Next meeting will be at 6:30 pm April 18 at Cathy’s Cafe The Edna Volunteer Fire Department extends its appreciation to all who supported the Annual Pancake Supper March 26 Fire chief Jerry Winters Jr reported many donations were received and playing baseball on a scholarship The Chanutc paper reported he is the No 1 pick as an up-and-coming pitcher in Kansas Chad McColm is attending Missouri Southern University and playing baseball on a scholarship The Osage Church of the Brethren held sunrise services on Lighting Creek hill on K-126 Breakfast ol rolls biscuits ham and eggs were served at the church following the service Tina Smith placed second in dra- matic solo acting at the CNC League and Invitational Forensics Touma- PET OF THE WEEK — Sparky is a good-natured housebroken adult male blond poodle currently available for adoption The society is also trying to place a male black cat For more information about adopting these homeless pets call 421-0733 (Sun photo) mail baskets 10 Order Yours Today! ip pOp'ngO W Mon-Thurs Noon-9 pm Fri & Sat 10 am-9 pm Sun 1 pm-7 pm V 597 plates were served There were drawings throughout the evening the prizes being donated by various merchants Henry Achridge and Larry Melton and their respective scout troops helped with the serving Call it ironic — in the middle of flipping pancakes — the fire department was called to fight a fire But the griddle was not forsaken One firefighter Eva Harrold carried on later relieved by Henry and Carol Achridge Proceeds will be used for needed fire equipment Jerry and Dee Winters lost their home by fire recently Donations and gifts were taken to the pancake supper on their behalf The Winters express heartfelt thanks to all for prayers thoughtfulness and gifts graduation ment held at Girard High School PROM 6 a non-alcoholic party following the Southeast High School prom is being planned from 10 pm to 3 am It will be held at the Weed Gym at PSU Anyone interested in helping contact Larry Jacobs or Suzie Boldrini Danni Grant placed fourth and sixth at two rodeos last weekend held in Kingman AH of the Leonard children were home for Easter dinner with their mother Bernice Leonard Send a May Basket to that special someone or get one for yourself May Basket includes 2 liter bottle of Pepsi 2 movies and popcorn Delivery within Parsons City Limits Order now to get the tapes of your choice Deadline is April 30 Baskets will be delivered Sun May 1st 2101 Corning Parsons 421-0188 if St Paul: Mission Day activities include mud-volleyball tourney By JOAN COX Sun Correspondent Recently the Gents and Jaynes Card Club met at Ralph and Mary Alice Gibson’s home Mrs Gibson and Louise Carter won the prizes Their last meeting of the season will be next month at the Don Bom residence St Paul students chosen for the recognition were inducted into the National Honor Society in a ceremony Monday evening March 28 1988 Those who were honored were: Karen Westhoff senior Tom Gcifer junior and sophomores Ken Hofcr Amy Smith Becky Vitt and Brenda Westhoff St Paul residents who shared in the performance of “The Seven Last Words of Christ” were Helen Coomcs and Pat Clasen They were members of the Labette Community College Chorale in its performance Palm Sunday at St Patrick’s Catholic Church in Parsons At St Paul schools preenrollment for next year’s kindergarten children will be April 1 5 and students will need to be prepared with a copy of their birth certificates and immunization forms signed by their health professionals Group pictures of all grades K through 8 th arc on sale Walnut: Club meets for luncheon EVELYN SEVART The Sunflower Club met March 24 at the home of Lucille Mitchell for a covered dish luncheon A short business meeting was held with president Helen Cunningham in charge The last spring meeting will be April 14 with dinner at Bonanza in Pittsburg The fall meeting will begin on October 20 with Lela Harts as hostess Mr and Mrs Kenneth Nonris and Mr and Mrs John Westhoff represented Gard Lee Post 292 American Legion and Auxiliary of Walnut at the District Three Conventions of the Legion and Auxiliary at Winfield March 26 and 27 STAR FURNITURE purchased Bristol House and Sheffield Chair Warehouses in Houston Texas and Chicago 111 NOW STAR FURNITURE has purchased the entire inventory of Bristol House and Sheffield Warehouse in Los Angeles California This additional Seven semi-truck loads of quality furniture must and will be liquidated at savings of 50 and More at STAR FURNITURE 25 W Main Downtown Chanute Ks Never has such a selection been offered to the public This merchandise will be SOLD on first come basis We do offer Layaway MANY PRICES FURTHER BUNK BEDS Complete with Bunkie Mattress $167 3 Pc Dropleaf DINETTE Sectionals $497 $74 Living Room Tables (Oak) 67 Sofa Sleepers From 274 All Mattress & Box Spring Sets at the school office for S3 each Among this year’s seniors arc Tammy Sue Grady who has won an Licensed Practical Nursing Scholarship to Labette Community College presented by Kansas American Legion and Cynthia Gouvion who has won a designation as a Watkins-Bcrger Scholar at the University of Kansas Her honorarium is $1000 a year for four years Also deserving special mention is the Best of Show 1988 Award by Kim Winter at the Labette Community College Art exhibit and competition March 12 Two hundred and seventy-five works were submitted in competition demonstrating that her award was of broad significance The judges were Alex Baroc Pittsburg State University professor of art and Pete Pra-tce who is a commercial and fine artist residing in Kansas City Kim received an engraved plaque and the Labette Community College Presidential Scholarship which will enable Kim to study toward an associate degree in art or any field of her choice besides her necessary books and supplies Planned for April 28 is the First Annual Science Fair in St Paul schools Parents arc encouraged to assist with the preparation of their child’s entry A big turn-out is hoped for in demonstration of interest in the students’ activities Entries from kindergarten through grade 8 will be displayed and judged starting at 5 pm and lasting until 7 pm when awards © ANNOUNCING GREENWARE SALE! We ve lost our lease & we're moving to a new location Stock Up NOW & SAVE ah GREENWARE 30 Off Poured from our molds Terms: Cash & take purchase home Bring your own boxes Vke Pour Tarm 810 N Main Erie Ks 244-5576 BRISTOIIHOUSE conns i BRASS Bakers Rack $27 4 Drawer CHEST For That Special Space NOW ONLY $37 ANDMORE Book Cases Swival Rockers Great Selection! 42" Tall will be presented Peter Hamlet from Pittsburg State University will hold two magic shows during the evening One of the newest events scheduled for Mission Day activities will be a mud-volleyball tournament to be held at 2 pm Mission Day May 7 behind the American Legion building in St Paul The tournament is open to men’s women’s and co-ed teams Entrance fee per team of six persons is $20 and can be paid in advance to Quinton Matson or to Paul Geifer on die day of the tournament Those interested may call 449-2756 Winners will receive prizes Upon invitation by Kansas Library Association local persons attended Library Legislative Day and its reception in Topeka March 22 They were Margaret O’Brien Kay Saathoff Alice Coomes and Helen Coomes The day’s purpose was to lobby for legislative action toward library funding and the expansion of facilities serving the state library system VEGETABLE PLANTS ARE READY! Weston's Flowers 627 Ohio Oswego Ks 0 REDUCED!!! Kroehler SOFA and CHAIR $397 Brass Floor Lamps Gooseneck NOW ONLY 44 Bedroom Suite $397 6 Pc Living Room Group 397 All Six Pieces 5 PC Dinette 117 Recliners White and Brass Daybed From i i

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