Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on January 31, 1964 · Page 1
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, January 31, 1964
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ronco &at Linda ftrawn NEW MEMBERS of the Garden National Bank board of directors are, from left, Duane Hays, Jack Smith, L. C. Regestar, and Andrew Ott. Business Scene SPECIAL "Motorevue Show" is underway at, Schreibar Motors in Garden City. The General Motors display, featuring a Corvette Sting-Ray "lift body," foreground, will be in the Schreiber show rooms until Saturday night at 6 p.m. and can txs seen until 8 tonight. Four New Directors Named For Garden National Bank Van Dlttle, president of Garden National Bank, announced that the stockholders, at their annual meeting, elected to the Board of Directors John (Jack) C. Smith, Andrew D. Ott, Lorenzo C. Regcster and Duane -W. Hays. Also re-elected directors were Leo Van Dittie, I J c| U n ', A. C. Gottschalk, Dale H. Corley : " . .. and James Van Dittie. To New Location He further stated the stockholders had Increased the capi- legal loan limit to a borrower for a conventional loan to $70,000. We have, as a result of these actions, strengthened the bank's ability to meet and serve the needs of our customers and friends," Van Dittie concluded. tal to $350,000 by issuance of a stock dividend, which was approved by the Comptroller of the Currency. Also increased to $350,000 was the bank's surplus. These changes bring the combined capital and surplus to $700,000. Distribution of the stock dividend and the increase in surplus was effected through a transfer of $100,000 from undivided profits. "The entire banking quarters have been remodeled, and the space and personnel of various facilities enlarged" Van DitUs added. "The hours of operation of our Installment loan department have been extended to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our motor bank continues its schedule-of 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Saturday. "Increasing the capital and aurplus now raises the bank's John's Furniture will move to •alrd ... from Montesuma Co-op Selects Sherman Baird a new location at 201-203 N. Main j this weekend, and will open for business at the new site Monday morning. Owner and manager John Me- thency said he will hnve a store for used furniture in the corner location — on the northwest corner of Main and Fulton — and will handle new furniture and appliances in the next building north. He presently Is operating at 212 S. Main. The new location vill double present floor space, and M'Gtheney said he will be able to double his furniture Inventory. He said he planned to handle the snme furniture lines, and also will add some new ones. Mcthency, who has several years n furniture business, opened his firm in October, 1962, as a used furniture store. He expanded to nclude new furniture last summer. He has a long-term lease on both of the properties he is mov- ng into. 3len Chilton Attends Sales Products Meeting Glen Chilton of Garden City Steel was among 30 Behlen dealers from eastern Iowa and Kansas to attend a 3-day sales products meeting at the Behlen Manufacturing Co. In Columbus, Nebr., recently. He joined other dealers in sessions on new product developments, buildings now being introduced in this area, and in seeing the Behlen "atomic test" building which successfully withstood a civil defense A-blast in 1955. Chilton alsd toured the Behlen nlnnts which now cover nearly 12 acres. A. Long, Oran Marshall. S. L- McQuigg, Ronney J. Meierhoff, Gilbert M. Miller, R. I). Page, Don E. Frecdy, L. M. Pressnall, Clarence W. Rcay, V. B. Richardson, Robert L. Shoemaker, A. L. Smith. Guy S. Taff, Earnest E. Utt, E. R. Utt, W. D. Wealt-. hall, Bernard J- Weber and Clayton D. Young. Gas measurement personnel honored fbr their department's 100,090-man-hour award were Field Foreman Ned K. Layton, and meter insnectors: Dencen Dotzcl, Randall Gauss, LcRoy Komma, James McGlothlin, Dean Mcndenhall, Edward Porter, Allen Tade, David Thomas and Gerald Thome. Milhon Salesman New '100 Club'Member Don Johnson, salesman for the Million Motor Co., Garden City, has earned membership in the "100 Club," a group of outstanding salesmen In Lincoln-Mercury dealerships. • His sales proficiency placed him among the top third of all Lincoln-Mercury salesmen and earned him special recognition from the Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council. School Lunch Menus Listed Here are the menus for next week's hot lunch prog, am to Garden City schools: MONDAY , Vi pint milk Old fashion beef stew Buttered broccoli Stuffed celery sticks Hot cornbread and butler 'Raspberry gelatin with fruit TUESDAY Mi pint milk Swiss steak Parsley-buttered potatoes Tossed green salad Whole wheat rolls Apricot up-side down cake WEDNESDAY Va pint milk Home-made chill Pinto beans Cabbage slaw Apple cobbler THURSDAY Mi pint milk Southern fried chicken Mashed potatoes and cream gravy Buttered green peas Yeast biscuits Blackberry pie FRIDAY Vi pint milk Pizza pie Seasoned green beans Cabbage relish French bread Peach half in syrup today... Hospitols ADMISSIONS At. St. Catherine Mrs. W. D. Lewis, Scott City Betty Jo Lorcnzen, Holcomb Arthur Richards, S. Star Rt. Catherine Arteaga, 611 W. Fulton Mrs. Bert Frazier, 501 Chesterfield Mrs. Ralph B. Staley, 2003 N. 7th Mrs. Wilbur Drescher, Rt. 1 Robert E. Vulgamore, Shallow Water Kenneth Jackson, 1810 W. Kansas Mrs. Paul Martinez, 806 Jenny Christine Saunders, 210 Davis Janet Kaye Merz, Deerfield Earl 0. Brooks, 113 W. Hazel • Fernando Arteaga, 106 N. 13th Mrs. Clayton Carroll, Rt. 1 At Leopold Mrs. Emory Ensz, Copeland DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mrs. W. J. Yotter, Leoti Valerie A. Lippoldt, 1218 Ridgewood Miles Partin, 507 N. 3rd Mrs. Bcnce Perez, Deerfield Mrs. Richard Lyman, Dighton Mrs. Joe Sooby, 1305 N. Main Ke'nneth Edwards, 710 Summit Martin P. Zsrr, 609 N. 12th Larry Adams, 1707 N. 7th Curtis Clark, Kalvesta Robert Vulgamore, Shallow Water BIRTHS At St. Catherine A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. CUT Charles Brown, 303^ N. llth, Jan. 30, 2:55 a.m., 4 pounds, 15 ounces. Legals Warranty Deeds — Elva V. Brumagin, et vir, to Ben A. Duncan, et ux, a tract In the west 10 acres of the south 22 acres of the NEV4 of the SEV4 of 17-24-42. Florian A. Geier, et ux, to Merle Wiederstein, et ux," lot 24, block 14 of Jones Addition. Don Talley, et ux, to Rex 0. Bradstreet, et ux, lot 14 and the west four fee* of lot 15, block 1 in StoL'ckly's subdivision. Merle Wiederstein, et ux, to Florian A. Geier, et ux, lot 5 of Harper's replat of block 13 of Holmes Second Addition. Floyd A. Waller, et us, to Wesley E. Waller, 1-16 interest in and to the WV4 of 29-25-32. Chester A. Kells, et ux, to Merlin D. Smith, et ux, lots 12, 13, 14 and 16 in block 41 of Holmes Third Addition- Corporation Deed — Briar Hill Inc., to Marion E. Spikes, et ux, lot 19, block 2 of Briar Hill Addition. Marriage License — Edwin C. Porter III, 22, and Alice F. Shea, 20, both of Garden City. Sherman Baird, ^resent man ager of the Montezuma Coopera live Equity Exchange, has been named assistant general manager of the Garden City Coopera tive Equity Exchange. He will take over his new duties on Monday, Feb. 10, and fills the spot recently vacated b> Paul Emrie who moved to Medi cine Lodge where he is managei of the Sawyer Co-op. Baird has 16 years experience in all phases of cooperative work. He began his cooperative career in April, 1948, wlven ho was employed in the service sta tion at the Dodge City Co-op. He advanced through the feed and bookkeeping departments, and was named assistant manager ii 1954. He took over managershii of the Montezuma Co-op in June, 1958. . A native of Dodge City, he is no stranger to Garden City. He worked here in 1946 and '47 for the Ideal Food Stores. He is a Navy veteran. Mrs. Baird is the former Carola Spanio, who grew up'on a farm southeast of Dodge City. The Balrds have two children, Monte Ruth, 11, and Leslie Lee, 7. The new assistant manager is « past president of the Monte- me, V. E. Atwood, C. G. Bahm, ,zuma Lions Club, a member of j «• L BaUard, Loftin Battles, W. the A.F.&A.M. of Dodge City, '.the American Legion and the Cities Service Employes Are Honored for Safety Forty-seven Cities Service Gas Co. employes from the Hugoton Compressor station, located 13 miles east of Ulysses, were honored for. their outstanding safety record at a dinner recently in Satanta. The station is the first unit to reach 500,000 man-hours worked without a lost-time injury under the company's current safety program which bei?an in January of 1955. M. J. Weckerling, station superintendent, received the award from C. J. Allen, chairman of the safety committee and superintendent of the pipeline department. HuQoton emoloyees honored at the dinner include Foreman Ray Cales, Foreman J. F. Clarkin, Jr., Field Clerk Jack J. McDan iels, Field Clerk Estle L. Parker, Shop Foreman Leroy Schmidt, Charlie J. Aker, J. D. Alexander, Araandus C. Allison, B. E. Amer Acker ... Texan to Kansaa Phone Company Names Manager R. A. Acker has been named vice president and general manager for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Kansas. He succeeds J. Hardin Smith who has been promoted to tha office of secretary-treasurer at the company's headquarters in St. Louis. Acker started with Southwestern Bell in 1943 at Fort Worth. He moved up in the company's commercial- department in Fo<Worth, Dallas, and Wichita Falls before taking over as district manager at Waco, Texas. He returned to Dallas in 1952 as division manager and since 1956 has | been general commercial manager for the company in North Texas with headquarters at Dallas. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Acker was co- captain of the SMU football team that went to the Rose Bowl in 1937. While at SMU, Acker lettered in both football and basketball all four years. 25 Make College Honor Roll Dean's Twenty-five students at Garden City Junior College have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement during the first semester by earning a place on the Dean's Honor Roll. Achievement of this honor requires a grade-point average of 3.2 based on a scale of four points for each hour of "A", three points for each hour of "B", two points for each hour of "C", and one point for each hour of "D". Only full time students are eligible for recognition on the Dean's Honor Roll, Students who achieved the honor are Janet Bartlett, Shirley Bates, Yvonne Betlach, Carolyn Birkholz, Cheryl Brecheisen Wolfe, Larry Cole, Bill Cymbalsky, Doug Friesen, Lorine Hewson, Sonny Hurd, Jeffie Johnson, Pat Keller, Sheri Runs. Dolores Lindsey, Harold Mai, Louis Mendoza, Janice Nusser, Barbara Oliver, Janet Osborn, Larry Ratzlaff, Gerald Reifschneider, Virginia Smith, Robin Sroufe Herrman, Nancy Townsend, and Dean Wolfe. Honorable mention is given to those students who at least achieve a "B" average for the semester's work. These students ncluded James Alley, Darlene •auer, Gary Brungardt, Gary lark, Clarence Cullum, Thomas 'aniel, Helen Dickey, Richard Hadfield, Margaret Lile Wilker- on, Bob Mastronl, Dennis Milton atricia Moorej Ann Proudfit, laryan Rice, Jerry Robson, Con ie Siemsen and Gale Sullivan. markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A's Eggs A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs A's Small E99S C's 1st Crada Craam Heavy Hens M0nt Hans LOCAL WAGON PRICES .13 .31 .30 .11 M .11 .M Society of Accountants for Coop- V. Brooksbire, Ray L. Carnine, C. G. Conkliii, E. D. Croisant, Charles N. Dmipfoerty, Marvin R. eratives. The Bairds will move Eytcheson, William E. Ford, here as soon as they locate hous- Chester L. Grant, Hri °rt D. Gro- •|ng. ' In his new job, he will be assistant to George Voth Jr., gen- Wheat Mile Rye Barley Whtat Mile Rye Barley C»rn $1.?4 dwn 1 $1.60 uncng. $1.0* vnchg .1$ bu. unchf CO-OP PRICES $!.»! vnchg tl.*V unch*. $1.10 V.IUKO H.H e fl.10 Annual Youth Banquet Staged More than 300 young people from Garden City churches gath ered last night in the Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist Church for the annual city-wid Youth Banquet. Sponsored by the Interdenom inational Youth Fellowship, the event is held in observance o Youth Week. The IYF also wil present a special service at th Methodist Chruch at 3 p.m. Sun day. The play, "What Think Y of Christ," will be presented. Speaker at last night's event was Norman Robbins, Topeka, area director for Young Life. Special music was provided b the Junior High School singing group, the Sharps and Flats. Fielding Hands led the youth in Co-op. manager of the Garden City gan, Robert L. Hartpence. Oscar D. Hives, S. V. Hays, Inland V. Hensley, Gavle E. Hoaey, Howard M. Ughty, John KANSAS CITY UViSTQCK KANSAS C1T\' (AP) - Cattle! gr«uP « n g">8 m- calves 125; market uatest- Presiding was Billy Mills, IY ed. Hogs 2,500; active; barrows and gilts steady; 1-3 13.50-15.50; sows 1-3 ii.50-13.50. 'Sheep 25; untested. president. —Whether buying or Telegram. W»nt Adi! Ankle deep Into second semester and some of us are wondering where oh where did all of our first semester "smartness" go. Seems like the teachers are really dishing out the homework and stuff. Maybe we needed a longer semester break — maybe that's the trouble. On the third floor of Calkins the other morning I happened to run across a few of the male members of our Juco teaching staff. Mr. Phillips, Mr. Sims, Mr. Heibert, and Mr. Waldorf. I trapped Mr. Waldorf into giving me a few minutes of his valuable time, and while he munched on an apple he gave me a rundown on what the biology department at Juco is doing at the moment. Some el the courses being offered to the scientific department at G.C.J.C. are botany, zoology, microbiology, wildlife conservation, and human physiology. "One of the things people might be interested in," Mr. Waldorf said, "is that food has been restricted from the laboratories. Now this may seem rather strange but, some kids like to eat a candy bar or something while working on their experiments, and at the moment the students are working with live Page 1 Garden Cliv Telegram; Friday, January 31, 1964 organisms so food has been restricted from the labs so that the people working in the lab won't pick up some disease." Mr. Waldorf continued: "We Courts DISTRICT . Divorce Granted — Viola Max- hie Carroll from James Robert Carroll. Extreme cruelty. POLICE Bonds Posted — Mrs. Russell Speer, Dighton, double parking, $5. Richard G«ne Jones, 2109 "A", improper mufflers, $5. George Randolph Fansler, 502 Center, improper mufflers and speeding 35 mph in 20 mph zone, $20. Donald Clyde Martin, 307 W. Olive, improper mufflers, $5. Traffic City Accident — Thursday a 4:45 p.m., School Street. Parked car owned by Clyde J. Hiebert, 1306 Conard (minor) and truck driven by Willie C. Shine, 914M. N. 8th (no damage). Garden City Girl Injured A six-year-old Garden City child recieved minor injuries Thursday when she was struck by a car. Treated at St. Catherine Hospital for bruises to her hand and knees was Betsy Kay Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson, 401 N. 9th. Garden City Police said the car was driven by Mrs. Tbeo Edmond Roberts, 1309 N. 9th. Police said the child attempted to cross the Main-Kansas school crossing against the red light when the accident occured. The mishap happened shortly before 6 p.m. No charges were filed. VA Representative Undergoes Surgery Charles R/emaley, field representative for the Veteran's Commission in Garden City, Wednesday noon underwent emergency surgery at Epworth Hospital in Liberal. A VA spokesman said this morning that Remaley is getting along as well as can be expected. Surgery was for a perforated ulcer. feel as far as equipment is concerned we have a biology department comparable to other college departments anywhere. ,.in fact we have as good or better a biology department as any other college in the state of Kansas. We didn't make this up^ cither, the performance of students tiiat have come out of (Us department proves this." •» At this point Mr. Phillips, vfto had been sitting across the rojji from us intervened, saying: "When I came here in 1946 thera was only one course offered in biology. Now I believe we have over 40 hours of biological scit, ence offered, including the courses in Ag." Both Mr. Phillips and Mr. Wai- dorf said they doubted if a student could pick up more biology than is offered at Juco in their freshman or sophomore year 'at any other college. The Sweetheart Ball, which* was going to run Stuco into a— good deal of money and timej has been canceled and in it£ place an informal dance will ba staged Feb. 15, in the student lounge with the jukebox to take the place of a band. This proposal seems to have made quite an effect on the students here, for the best. They seem to think this type of a dance would be decidedly better than a formal ' dance. So we shall see. Last Wednesday night Student Council was still fired up in their "Let's give a cheer for JTy- co" campaign. Something is- « certainly being done, and soon all of Garden City will notice the results. . . Don't forget to listen to Fansler Wednesday night at 10:30 on KIUL. An so until next week . . . Tally Ho! LEGALS (First published in Thr> Garden City Telegram. January 17. 1964, last published January 31. 1964.) State of Kansas, Finney County, stf: ' IN THE PROBATE COURT OF'SAID COUNTY AND STATE In thfi Matter of the Estate of EAHL ETHERTON MILES. Deceased. , . NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 4093 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that '*'' petition has been filed in said cou^t by Rae M. Finn, sister and heir at law of Earl Etlierton Miles, deceased, praying for the appointment ,ot an administrator of the estate of Earl Etherton Miles, deceased, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 10th day of February. 19B4| at 10 o'clock A.M., of said day. in said court, in the city of Garden City, In said county and state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Shoul dyou fail thersin, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition?'' Rae M. Finn Petitioner CALIHAN. GREEN and CALIHAN Attorneys at Law Gnrde-i City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner WE HAVE CHANGED THE HOURS OF OUR INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPARTMENT This Department, with Its own saparata antfanc*. ti located immediately south of tha main banking lobby. HOURS OF OPERATION NOW IN EFFECT Monday thru Friday Saturday General Banking 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM Installmant Loan Dapt 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM Walk-Up and Orivt-ln Windows 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM 6antral tanking ..,,. ........ *3Q AM »o 12:00 Noon Insttlimant Uan Dapt, ........ WO AM to 12:00 Noon W«lk.Un 5rjvt5» *00 AM to 6:00 PM Wt balwvt y«u will likt thi» addad § 9*vtnianet. THE GARDEN NATIONAL BANK Membar Fadaral Qaposit Inturanca Corporation

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