The Maryville Daily Forum from Maryville, Missouri on November 4, 1966 · Page 10
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Former Maryville Youth i Hero Kansas City —‘.I*— "The family is real proud of Ernie,” the mother of Pvt. Ernest D. Reynolds said. Mrs. Lowell D. Reynolds made the comment Thursday after being informed that her son had been recommended for a posthumous award for bra\- ery Private Reynolds, 20. was one of six Americans k.lied when a 2nd Infantry Division patrol was attacked by Communists Wednesday south of the Armistice Line between North and South Korea. A South Korean soldier also was killed. “Thev said he was the hero sister. Mrs. Rhode Carmichael, Pickering; two brothers, Frank Riley, Hopkins, and Ernest A. Riley, Little Rock, Ark., and three grandchildren. Wins at Fox Hunt Show 10 Moryville Doily Forum Friday, November 4, 1966 of the group.” Mrs Reynolds said ‘ He could have gotten away, but he stood there and fired until they killed him ” Lone survivor of the 8-man patrol was Pfc Da\id E Bibee of Ringgold. Va . who played dead after he wa> hit b\ grenade fragments. He is recuperating at the 121st Evacuation Hospital in Korea and spoke to newsmen Thursday of Reynolds. ‘ There was one really brave guy in the crowd. He could have run away Nobody would have known where he went but he stayed. It was Reynolds Reynolds was drafted last May and took his basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood. He had been in Korea 17 days. “We felt so lucky when he went to Korea rather than Viet Nam.” Mrs. Reynolds said. Terry O R ley, 9-yeor-old son of Mr. ond Mrs. Donold O Riley, Moryville, lost weekend won first place in Central U"*ted States Fox and Wolf Hunt Assn. held in Garnett, Kas. Terry is showing a 6-month-old Walker Hound nomed Maggie in the handling doss open to all the child's handling doss at the open bench show of the children under 12 years of age. Speeding Major Traffic Charge In City Court »rs Private Reynolds lived here as a youth when his parents operated the Reynolds Lunch Room across from St. Francis Hospital for several years be- Edward R fore selling it in 1958 and moving to Kansas City. Worst (Continued from Page D sections to the second-floor levels. Florence Cut Off Florence, a city of 450.000. was totally cut off from the outside and left without drinking water or electric power. Rescue teams from Rome and Bologna were unable to reach j the city. Roads were cut. There w as no rail service in or out. The floods were part of a wave of violent and freakish weather that tore at Italy from ; Sicily to the Alps. In Venice, also one of Italy’s greatest museum centers, the worst tides of the postwar period swelled up the canals and the lagoon. The flood made Venice streets impassable, broke sewers and water lines, and disrupted electric power and communications. The entire city of 175.000 was covered by water, in some cases more than three feet deep. People of both Venice and Florence fled to the upper floors of homes, palaces, stores and office buildings. Speeders, stop vign violat and careless and imprudent drivers accounted tor all but *10 of the $102 collected Thursday afternoon in municipal court in tmes and forfeitures. Miss Marilyn Haw let. Rav- towo and Orville E. Greiner. St. Joseph, forfeited $5 bond each for speeding. Pleading guilty to speeding and fined $8 each were \\ C. Stephenson. Jess Calvin Compton. William V. Dew hirst. 1. and Gan Lee Grimes. 22. all of Maryville. Charles 11 George. 17. Maryville. pleaded guilty and was fined 810 for disregard of speed limits. Christopher J Cummins. 17. William V. Dewhirst, 19. Rolfe J. Burtaine. 20. Man-vihe. and Smith. 21. Denison, la., pleaded guiltv and were fined $10 each for failure to «¡top at stop signs. Wavne L. Rarstert. New- Cambria, forfeited $10 bond for the same charge. Kenneth J. Nielson. 18. Barnard. and James D. Johnson. 20. Agency, each forfeited $20 bond for careless and imprudent driving Miss Linda Sue Stevens, 18. Maryville, pleaded innocent to a charge of careless and imprudent driving and was found guiltv and fined $10. Pleading innocent and being found innocent of charges of careless and imprudent driving were Miss Lois B. Sutton 19, Storm Lake. Ia., and Lloyd P. Younger. Maryville. Walker H. Dredge. 73, Maryville. pleaded innocent to a charge of disturbing the peace. He was found innocent. A peace disturbance charge against Jack Lee Emery. Maryville, was dismissed Phillin G. Hardesty. Maryville. pleaded guilty and was fined $10 for making an illegal U-turn. Stanberrv. He was a retired f irmer and was a member of the Guilford Methodist Church. He is survived by five daughters. Mrs. Vestle Wood, Des Moines. Ia.: Mrs. Velma Barnes. El Segundo, Cal.: Mrs. Joyce Burgess and Mrs, Crystal Cox. both of Waterloo. Ia.: |a sister. Mrs Della McGeorge. Loveland. Colo.: 12 grandchildren. eight great-grandchildren and one great - great - grandchild. Funeral sen ices w ill be held at 1:30 p. m. Sunday at the Guilford Methodist Church. The Rev. J. J. Munshaw. will officiate and burial will be in the Weathermon Cemetery. Guilford. The body is at the Johnson Funeral Home. Stanberry. LBJ (Continued from Page 1) get into a foreign policy debate with “a campaigner like Mr. Nixon.” Johnson went on to criticize Nixon’s knowledge of foreign affairs and said “now he’s out talking about a conference he is not well informed about.” Sees ‘Price Stability’ Johnson also dealt with these among other matters: —The economy: “There has been a very healthy movement toward price stability in recent weeks,” Johnson said. —Kennedy evidence: Johnson was asked why no announcement was made earlier that autopsy photos from the investigation of John F. Kennedy’s assassination had been turned over to the government. He said they have been available to the Warren Commission and other official bodies but obviously they could not be turned over to private groups where it ‘would serve no good or official purpose.” Fireplug Damage In City Accident, I of 3 Thursday A fireplug owned by the City of Maryville was damaged in an accident which occurred at 3:59 p. m. Thursday in the 300 block of East First Street. Duane Trimble, 19. Maryville. struck the hydrant with the 1963 Dodge truck he ¡driving. The truck sustained minor damage to the left running board Trimble was rot issued a citation by Maryville police. A parked van which obstructed the vision of two driv- |ers was the cause of an accident at 3 12 p. m. Thursday on North College Drive on the Northwest State College campus. Terrv E. Burke. 19. Maryville. pulled his 1960 Dodge into the path of an oncoming car JVooJ,er^ Solldlf r_s- from a parking stall in Lot 3 on the campus. Burke's car was struck in the rear by a 1964 Chevrolet driven by Mrs. WiUlam Bosch, jr.. Maryville. Burke’s car sustained $175 dam^e to the left rear fender and Mrs. Bosch's vehicle received $20 damage to the right front fender. No citation was issued in the mishap. Gary V Maxwell. 25. Maryville, received a careless and imprudent driving citation by reason of failure to yield the right-of-way after an accident which occurred at 7:26 p. m Thursday at the intorcection of North Buchanan and West Fifth streets. Maxwell was eastbound on West Fift Streeth and failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection. His 1955 Chevrolet struck a southbound 1959 Chevrolet driven by Earl H. Baker, 18. Maryville. Damage to Baker’s car was estimated at $175 to the right front fender. Maxwell’s vehicle sustained an estimated $375 damage to the front end. Mrs. Bill Roney, Maryville, received a citation for careless and imprudent driving as a result of a mishap which occurred about 3 p. m. Monday in _________ the 200 block of North Main HANNA 8° Street. James Godsey. Mary- ¥^f -vn nr*n v ville. reported to police immediately after the incident that his parked 1966 Buiek had been struck by a late model Pontiac station wagon Mrs. Roney said she went around the corner, thought she hit a car and circled around the block. When she returned, the car was gone. She turned the incident in to her insurance company. Later a license check showed the car registered to Mrs. Ron- j-nissian ey and she was contacted bv the police. Mrs. Roney s 1966 Pontiac station wagon sustained $35 damage to the right rear door. Godsev’s Buick received $;>0 damage’to the left rear fender and bumper. MSC Groups Create Sixteen Lighted House Decorations Sixteen campus organiza- was' tions have added to the spirit of Northwest State College's 1966 Homecoming with house] decorations at various places in Maryville Organizations, their theme, and the location of their decorations are: Alpha Kappa Lambda. “El Matador.” fraternity house. 622 N. Walnut St.: Alpha Sigma Alpha. “Calamity Jan e ” F. M. Townsend home, 640 College Ave : ACE. “Parade of the Mrs. Ruth Nystrom home. 922 College Ave.: Baptist Student Union. “God Bless America.” Student Lnion, 401 W. 4th St. Delta Sigma Phi. “There’ll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town ¡Tonight.” fraternity house. 107 Lawm Ave.: Delta Zeta. “Puff the Magic Dragon.’’ Henry De-| Mott home. 720 College Ave.: 1 industrial Arts Club. Mitch Miller selections. David Crozier home. 918 College Ave.: Perrin Hall. “The Old Gray Mule,” Perrin Hall: Phi Mu. ‘‘When You Wish Upon a Star.” Mrs. Avis Barnett home. Other decorations include Phi Sigma Epsilon. “Somewhere Over the Rainbow .” fraternity house, 940 College Ave.;* Sigma Sigma Sigma. “Pause For Victory,” Ellis Meek home. 910 College Ave.; Sigma Tau Gamma, “Mule Train.” fraternity house, 631 Prather Ave. Student Wives Organization. “What’s New Pussycat” Mrs. M. E. Ford's home. 330 Grand Ave.; Tau Kappa Epsilon. , “Three Coins in a Fountain.” fraternity house. 222 W. Cooper St.; Town Girls Assn., “Alma Mater,” Kay Russ home. 322 W. 7th St.. and Weslev Foundation. “One Dark Night,” Wesley Foundation. Ready for Wednesday's Opening Curtain Cast members of "Our Town," Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer prize-winning play, have begun final rehearsals for the Northwest State College drama department production which opens Wednesday night for three nights in the MSC Administration building auditorium. Primary characters in the Gibbs family seated at left, are Tom O'Connor, St. Joseph; Tom LaVille, Mason City, la.; Marcia Hensleigh, Blanchard, la., and Marilee Crockett, Kansas City. David Shestak, Council Bluffs, la., plays the part of the stage manager. The Webb family cast includes Margaret Price, North Kansas City; Richard Heinz, Bethany, and Anne Neilson, Winterset, la. —Frederick's 'Our Town' to Open MSC Drama Season Wednesday, First of Three Subscribed “Our Town.” Thornton Wild-! local paper. Marcia Hensleigh s P u 111Z e r Prize-winning and Anne Neilson will portray FOUND DEAD AT HOME Roy Francis Hanna, 82. St. Joseph, formerly of Hopkins, was found dead in his home by a neighbor today. It is thought he died about 9 30 p. m. Thursday. He was bom Mar. 9. 1884. Hopkins, and was the son of the late William and Glenna Hanna. He was married Miss Frances Sobbing, who er s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, at 8 p. m. Wednesday night opens Northwest State College’s 6-production dramatic season. Other major productions scheduled for the remainder of the year are “Picnic.” which will run Jan. 12-14. and “Carousel.” scheduled for Apr. 1015. The drama department will also produce “The Snow Queen.” Dec. 8. night of 1-act plays. May 17-18. and “The Male Animal.” May 3-5. David Shestak will be the narrating and philosophizing stage manager in “Our Town,” a story depicting turn-of-the- century life in a small New England town. Actually the story of the town itself, the story centers on two of the town’s representative families, the Gibbs and the Webbs. Tom O’Connor will play Dr. Gibbs, the town physician, and Richard Heinz will have the role of Mr. Webb, editor of the their respective wives. Tom LaVille plays the doctor’s gangling son. and Margaret Price enacts the part of the editor’s pretty daughter. The two will carry on the shy romance that provides many oF the stories most touching scenes. A season ticket for “Out Town,” “Picnic” and “Carousel” may be reserved by filling out and mailing the forn* below. i BUY A SEASON TICKET NOW - SAVE - HELP BUILD FOR A MORE CULTURED COLLEGE COMMUNITY. If you desire season tickets, cut out and mail, with remittance, this form to: Drama and Speech Department Northwest Missouri State College Maryville, Missouri 64468 NAME: .............................................................................................. ADDRESS: ........................................................................................ Season Ticket to These Three Events: $3.50 No. Tickets Wanted: ...................................................................... Amount of Remittance Enclosed ........................................... Ore., and several nieces and to nephews. ^°^.v *s Swanson’s preceded him in death Dec. 28. Funeral Home, Hopkins. a retired com-----------at the stock TIE DEVELOPS FOR FIRST IN WEEKLY BRIDGE PLAY In 6L -table Mitchell movement. played Wednesday night 194’He was man Read Dailv Forum ROY WHTHERMOV 82. DIES AT STANBERRY Roy J. V. Weathermon. 82. Stanberry. died Thursday at a Stanberry nursing home. Born at Guilford, he had spent most of his life near the — ¡Conception area until the last Want Ads 12 vears when he moved to Reports Jacket Stolen Phillip W. Spangler. Maryville. reported to Maryville police at 3 p. m. Thursday that someone had stolen his jacket from a coat rack in the new Northwest State College cafeteria between 5:15 and 6 p. m. Tuesday. The frontier-type jacket was pile lined and valued at $20. Read Dailv Forum Want Ads Vote For FLOYD "Toby" BILLINGSLEY . . . The Man Who Will Do the Best Job for You As State Representative An experienced school administrator who will spend your state education money wisely. A farmer running for office that owns and operates a farm in Northwest Missouri. A Democrat candidate, he is needed at the state capítol to work hand in hand with our Democrat governor and work closely with all government agencies. Floyd "Toby" Billingsley Is the Man We Need to Represent the 79th District A Paid Political Advertisement by Friends of "Toby" Billingsley MSC Graduate Dies in Crash Near St. Joe Kansas Citv, Kas —Pedro Carrizales. 30. Savannah, died today at the University of Kansas Sledical Center of injuries suffered in a traffic accident on U. S. 71 north of St. Joseph at 1:45 a. m. Two uassengers in his car. Robert Durant, 25. and William Koenig. 26. also of Savannah, were injured and taken to a St. Joseph hospital. yards, St. Joseph. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday at the Swan- . „ son Funeral Home. Loyd at the Kiogha Duplicate Bridge Means will officiate and burial Club's weekly session, the will be in the Hopkins Ceme- teams of Mrs. Eldon Irvin and Mrs. Louise Gault and lan Nicolaisen and Dr. Charles Nich| ols tied for first place in north- tery. He is survived by one brother, Donald Hanna. Hillsboro, south competition, and Mrs. Bill Ward and Mrs. Howard Cox placed first in east-west play. Finishing third in the north- south hands wore Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Wilson. Second place finishers in east-west play were Milton Brod and Ray Kruse. Mi’s. Bagby and Mrs. Mary Clothier finished third. GRASS FIRE THREAT TO LUMBER, TWO BURNS A grass fire burning in the Nodaway County barn lot on East Edwards street brought Maryville volunteer firemen to the scene at 1:20 p. m. today. Although there was fire all around stacks of lumber and two barns on the lot, the blaze was extinguished before any damage could be done. The lire broke out again at 2:10 p. m.. and firemen were dispatched to the scene to put out smoldering grass. Carrizales, who was a native of Roseville, Mich., was a 1961 graduate of Northwest State College and a star football player. He had a double major in physical education and industrial arts. He formerly taught at Faucett and was in his second \ear of teaching at Savannah high school, where he was an instructor in industrial arts and drivers training. Durant attended Northwest State College last year and secured his teaching requirements after gaining a degree from University of Missouri in 1964. The three men taught at Savannah and were returning from Kansas City where they had attended the state Teachers Convention Thursday. RALPH RILEY, 69. DIES IN ST. JOSEPH Ralph Virgil Riley. 69, Burlington Jet., died at 10:30 a. m. today at a hospital in St. Joseph. where he had been a patient for two days following a heart attack He was born Aug. 21. 1890. in Nodaw ay Count>. and was the son of the late William and Alice Coop Riley. He was married Sept. 30. 1922, to Miss Mary A. Noah, who survives. He was a retired farmer. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday at the Price Funeral Home. Maryville. The Rev. C. C. Pritchard will officiate. Besides his w ife of the home, he is survived by one son. Oren Riley, Carter Lake, la.; one ATTENTION To serve you further, Bagby Motel's is very happy to announce the employment of Tom Wallace, a very capable and reliable body repair man with 15 years experience. 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