The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1954 · Page 32
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 32

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 9, 1954
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* ' . . ****** ,'••'' ..''-. Hitlind Bull's Eyes Is A Family Tradition , \J f : . f By Beverly Bivmer j > MINNEAPOLIS-A* unaggrcs-j sive as a sunbeam, slight, 48-year-i old Mrs. Henry Ward finds it hard! Jo convince strangers she's in love with;a gun. The thoughf may give you the feeling you're patting a snoring •lion,-but Mrs.: Ward would rather tend her shooting than sewing" anyj day—it's a family tradition. ' Mrs. Ward, whose mother's favorite hobby was nicking tin cans with a .22, holds one first place and several secondary awartii hi state shoots. . | ; Her husband, a deputy sheriff In.; Ottawa County, is vice presi-| "dent of the Kansas State Rifle Association and a crack marksman on a local team. 'But it doesn't end there. Son An Expert The couple's son, Henry jr., Halstead, is also rated as an expert gunsman. Their daughter, Mrs. ••'Maryanna Anschutz, Russell, took .top honors in a state shoot one , War.after her mother claimed} first place; is a graduate of an ad- .yanced police science training •course, and holds the Kansas University Women's' .Rifle '. Club tro- •phy. i' The Ward's daughter-in-law, the Jormec Marian. Buffington, Dcl- phos, tjarncd all about the family from a; barking .-15. T Got Bwody Nose -• "She really got acquainted with «s when Junior handed her a Aa and told her to shoot." Mrs. 'Ward recalled, "Marian had never fired.a gun before, and held her 'arm rigid. The .45 got a bloody nose." KANSAS'' ANNIE (JOURNAL PHOTO) OAKLEY watches husband Henry Ward reload for another crack at bull's eye. ^ pe 0(ficm . Assoc ; • Years later she stood on a fir-j ijiion match at Kansas City. , , ,, . , ,i Ward doesn't worry about a si-s ing line wuh her mo her-in- aw and i. . . . . J : ; , , .... .. - , ! lent cash register. look home third prize from s\ "state"peace officers' match. i "Qur hobby, never inlerfers with| brokerage fees are not a part o!;J. Bicking, also of Tulsa, as as!a loan transaction and thereforeisociate chief counsel. hl n businw- peace ^ The M'ards. who like to take pot shots on a target in the back roomj : of their gun shop here, are aiming if* '^ L T to teach their 3-ycar-old and s-i^OUFT 10 may not be considered Postmen Never patt of Bilking 57, has been engaged' t/jW /* C n ft^W : : t, „• >:„ .r i-..., ;.. ni.i_ ,' 'aw ** "»W WOVJ Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page 16—The Salina Journal Truck Terminal Work Is Slowed Grading at the new oil truck- loading terminal at the west edge of Salina has been slowed and possibly may not be completed for a month, Euss Ballou, of the R. R. Ballou Construction Company, said Saturday. The delay is due partly to rains and also to a change in plans which will place the installation a short distance east of'the point First, planned. The Anderson Prichard Kefining Company, . Oklahoma City, is installing the terminal. Transports will be filled from) :he line which the company laid ast summer. The line extends "rom Arkansas City into Nebraska. No Bid Date Shortly after Easter, Ballou was old by company representatives hat bids would be taken for a pump house within about 30 days, has been given no definite date, wwever. A Chicago firm has the contract or erection of the tanks, Ballou] understands. The terminal is on a 914-aicre ract bought from" Milton Thelander. It is just west of the junction if US40 and State Street across the road from the old city dump. A GOOD ROOFING JOB These three requirements are of equal Importance. The best roofing materials will not compensate for slipshod roofing practices or careless workmanship. By the same token, a good roofer using the best roofing practices cannot do a good job if he uses inferior roofing materials that will not stand up under long exposure. THE SALINA ROOFING CO. frank W. ERau John R. Bgan Thos. F. Bc;ao Phone 7-32C4 248 No, Chicago Avo. P. 0. Box 7S4. Salina, Ks. The Tery best in roofing 34 Tears m Salm.i 'Approved Contractor for Approved Contractor tor JOHNS-MANVtfjT.,E CORP. THE BARRETT COMPANY IS A COMBINATION OF 3 THINGS • Tested Roofing Practices • A Good Reliable Roofer • Quality Roofing Materials Hice While It Lasted Mih dose the store. Fatzcr cwltends !oan sharkl; are h ° ma in private practice of law in Okla hei months-old granddaughters ways of a .22 Starling Young "That's our real ambition." Loan Shark Case TOPEKA wi—An important case! using the brokeiage fee as a suo ' sons ' ^as, terfuge to get around .the state! annual! y' usury law forbidding interest in jcxcess of 10 per cent annually. Defendant in the case is Morgan & Co., Wichita. im he w Makes Coffee By The Million ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. A native of Pai-j MUNICH, Germany (^-Grumpy " be paid $9,600 ma fl men with tender feet lake note Radio Free Europe said Saturday this is the normal work day for a postman in Poland: Deliver the' mail. Take subscriptions along his PETALUMA, Cahf iffl _ For three hours retired electrician 0 V. Berg, 66, thought his big. coin collection contained an 1882 $5 gok piece worth $15,000. : But it was I a typographical error in a coin ! trade paper. . Ttfe date should have read 1822. Spero Kounouklis is not satisfied jroute for Communist newspapers, with making three million but i s i books and periodicals. working on his fourth — cups of coffee, that is. jin Atty. Gen; Harold R. Fatier'sipL CWDA Mrs. Ward contends. "The ,1-yiar-idrivc against alleged loan sharks!^ nOOSe J ™ « A old can hold up a pop gun wi!hj in Kansas has been advanced to perfect position and she knows a!lj a n October hearing by the state th f.m ltCf *' Y ,-,, ,. h j suprcmc Collrt - i WASHINGTON l-B-Appointmenli For the last 41 years, Kounouk- ve ngurc it ciuidrcn Knew howj The case, appealed lo the high;was announced Saturday of George'Ills, a restaurant operator, has! Do you want to buy or sell, to use guns were woman t oe so> cm|rl by Fa(KC _ - mvo \ ves a ruling-Schwabe Jr., of Tulsa. Okla., as!made about 10 gallons of coffeejlrade or rent? The classified sec- rnany accidents. A gun s a wn-jby Judge Howard Kline in Sedg-'ichief counsel of the South Wcstcrnieach day or about 200 cups. Hellion of The Journal gets results, dcrfol mechanism and shouldnt be; wick Counly District Court Uwt'Power Administration and Lewislhas worn out 14 coffee-u^s regarded as a watermelon, only million Collect scrap iron on the return jaunt to the post office. (Plume 6363. ffiat Wasn't The Idea! presents the smartest, smoothest shirt you've ever worn WINDOW ROCK. Ariz. •» Navajo tribal leaders have p a id high tribute to Fr; Berard Haile,, Catholic priest,who has done inis-i sionary work on the reservation almost half a century. The priest was told by a Navajo medicine man recently: "You came to the Navajos to make Christians out of us. The Navajos have made a Navajo out of you." OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS to be stolen. Both our children got their first; .22s when they were eight years old." Next month the Ward's will shut up shop for another shoot— ihe We Pay CASH For Old GoW! f VT.H Webster T w i : L c ft s !::;( .\. bantu l-'e AUTOMOBILE FINANCING Monc.y To Loan Finance Credit Co. fln E. 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