The Emporia Gazette from Emporia, Kansas on November 25, 1967 · Page 3
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Emporia, Kansas
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Saturday, November 25, 1967
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*, Pace 6 .THE GAZETTE, EMPORIA, KAN. I. / E -JW _! A H • Emporians' Grandmother Dies Mis. Joe Hartshorn, 1018 Lakeview St., and Mrs. Orville . Brcoks, 417 Elm St., received •news Friday evening of the - death of their grandmother, Mrs. Fred Jones, of Pittsburg. Funer, al sen-ices will be held Monday afternoon in Pittsburg. Riies Held for W. W. White Funeral services for W W (Whitey) White, 22 South Cottonwood St., who died Tuesday in St._ Mary's Hospital, were held Friday afternoon In Roberts- Blue-Barnett Chapel. They were conducted by the Rev. Stephen J. Williams, pastor of the First Congregational Church. The soloist was Donald Bailey, the organist was Mrs, Robert Plum- .mer and the pallbearers were Robert Price, John Moore, B. J. Green, Henry Wessel, Emil Mánchetti and Noah Peach. Buri;al was in Maplewood Cemetery. • Out-of-town relatives who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Germann Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Germann Jr., St Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry and Jody, Steven and Jahn Perry, Canoga Park Calif.; Don B. Shepard Fort Worth, Tex.; Joe Reilly, Topeka; ' - Mrs. Thomas Reilly, Emmett- Carol Kay and Ruth A. Shepard, Wichita; Bobby Gene Shepard and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shepard, Tulsa; Lee Charles Muller and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy o _ Muller. Albuquerque, N. M.; and :V Mrs. Lewis E. Whjt e , Sunflow- -..- er. '--__• -tit Hunninghake Rites Held Funeral srvices for Mrs. Fred :.,, Hunninghake, 817 State St., who :...., died Monday in St. Mary's Hos;_; pital, were held Friday morn- íl g mLtf !^ Sacred Heart Catholic Church. The Requiem High Mass - was celebrated by the Rev. Con^ radin Stark, 0. F. M.. and the , : -servers were Thomas and William Wyatt, Daniel Ast, Larry Bradshaw and Mark Weyer. The school choir sang, accompanied ?¿ by Virginia Wyatt, and the usher- was John White. The pall,-' bearers were E. R. Hinds, Lew-..-• is Hansen, Gloyd K. Pickett, Lee Clark, DeWolff Roberts and John .-- E. Rowland, Graveside services ..T were held in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Baileyville. They .¡T were conducted by the Rev. ,-.-.• George Rlaskinski and the serv- drs were Lynn and Keith Feldcamp and Leslie. Holthous. Relatives who attended from out of town Seneca; Mr. and Mrs T W i; and Mesdames Thomas Mallory and Justin Alti and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kansas City. Mrs. H. B. Cozad Dies Mrs. H. B. Cozad, 210 South Merchant St., a lifetime resident of Lyon County, died Friday afternoon in the University Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Roberts-Blue- Barnett Chapel. They will be conducted by the Rev. Jack Bar- rpn, pastor of the First Christian Church. Burial will be in Maplewood mayr. who died Monday in St. Mary's Hospital in Emporia, were held Friday morning in St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Strong City. They were conducted by the Rev. William Cremin. Music was by the church choir and servers were Michael and David Talkington and Michael Horst. Burial was in St. Anthony's Cemetery. Out-of-town relatives who attended were Lieut. Commdr. L. R. Bechlmayr, Newport, R. I.; Emiiy Manion and Mr. and Mrs'. Jack Bechelmayr and son, Kansas City; Mrs. Robert Bucher and children, Bill, Kathy and Linda, and Mr. and Mrs." Louis Jeanneret, Olpe; Mrs. James M. Evans and Mrs. Billy Williams and daughter, Marcy Fairfax, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Deán Laughridge, Waterford, Calif.; Frank Laughridge, San Mateo, Calif.; Mrs. Cleo Laughridge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laughridge, Cedar Point; Mr. and Mrs, Duane McAntee, Council Grove; Virginia Dillon and Messrs, and Mesdames Orval Donald and Daniel Pracht, Wichita; Mrs. Jack Holmbert and daughter, Karla Anne, Newtn- and Josephine Horton, Emporia. Hospitals St. Mary's Admitted Friday: Karl Egner, 820 Union St.; Minnie Kline, Elmdale; Walter Schureman, Americus. Admitted today: Ruby Bess, Rt. 5. Dismissed today: Debra Ast, 322 Sylvan St. Driver Is Charged After Hit-Run Wreck Police charged David M. Dicker, 835 West Fifth Ave., with leaving the scene of an accident in connection svith a hit- and-run collision Friday morning Dicker's 1959 Chevrolet struck a parked, unattended 1959 Ford owned by Donald G. Louk, 316 East Twelfth Ave., causing approximately $200 damage to the car, according to police. The accident occurred on Twelfth Avenue 48 feet west of Exchange Street. A 1967 Honda motorcycle was damaged $30 in an accident early this morning, according to officers. The cyclist, Terry L. Rhoads, 101 South Congress St., reported to police that he was southbound on Commercial Street in the 600 block when an unknown vehicle pulled in front of him, then stopped; he was unable to avoid colliding with'the rear of the car, he said. Police this morning were looking for the other vehicle and driver involved. Saturday, November 25, 19,67 T^\ ' I JKi J - X1C> K —» «"ufcuttl \Ji fnilip L. and Bessie Mae West .- .Bennett. She was born Nov 23th . .1911, in the Allen Creek community near Americus, and married on June 19th, 1929, in Cottonwood Falls. Mrs. Cozad was a member of MM .1 Cba-ter 14 Order of the Eastern Star. She* was preceded in death by her father, one brother, Kenneth Bennett, and two sisters, Rachel _ Faye.Smith and Beulah Bennett. She is survived by her husband, of the home; two sons, Law• rence H., of Rochester, Minn and Kenneth D., of Kansas City- one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Leil •a Marie) Clark, Merriam; her mother, of 315 South Commercial St.; two brothers, Oren and , Ralph Bennett, Wichita; two sisters. Mrs. Walter J. (Fern) Dunn • , of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs . R . A. (Mildred) Batson, 401 • South Commercial St.. and eight . grandchildren. ] BECHELMAYR RITES HELD ELMDALE - Funeral services for Mrs. Wiilam Bechel- Funerai Announcements HUXELL, Pjuma Pear!. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 2 p. m., Roberts-BIue- Barnett Chapel. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemeterv, Council Grove. Rev. Ste'phen J. Williams will be in charge COZAD, Mrs. H. Byron Funeral sen-ices will be held Monday, 2 p.m., Roberls-BJue-Bar- netl Chapel. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery. Rev Jack Barron will be in charge Roberfs-Blue-Barnett Hem* Memorial County Admitted Friday: Edith Baltz, 1005 Constitution St.; Clara Hess, Waverly; Flora Bpurland, Cottonwood Falls; Lisa McNeil, 1411 Rural St.: Chester Vaughn, 1113 Janice St.; Vicky Albright, 926 Lawrence St.; Lois Maxwell, Rt. 2; Bess Murphy, 315 West St.; Kevin Olson, 1020 Constitution St. Drexel Williams, Osage City Merita Mercer, 509 Chestnut St. Richelie Johnson, 812 Waveriy Way; Twila Knight, 1725 Old Manor Road; Mary Headrick, 1305 Center St.; Myrtle Asklundi Osage City; Brenda Tiam Fook 718 Market St. Dismissed Friday: Catherine Brady, Ándale; Ethel Arb and baby girl, 17 Weav- Dismissed today: Linda Pugh and baby Facklam Woodland St.; Da- 634 Prairie Ave.; Fettrich, 120 Mechanic St.; Nell Neely, 643 Sherman St.; Valeria Schneider, 1125 Exchange St. -it ^ Six Emporians Are Fined For Parking Violations Six Emporians have been fined for parking violations, ; to police. The six were St.; Grogan Ebbeiis, 509 Union St.; Thomas B. Welch, 1126 West Eleventh Ave.; Darrell D. Carter, 722 Arundel St.; Robert E. Ruple, 2102 Flint Road; and Don- (Continued from pg. i) nate all non-U.N. and non- Cypriot forces. Such a move would involve a basic change in the treaties involving the island. Greek, Turkish and ° British troops on Cyprus. Besides these, the United Nations maintains a peacekeeping force on the island and Greek and Turkish Cypriots have their own units. Rossides filed his request for a council meeting, informants said, after learning that Thanfs personal representative in tha area, Undersecretary Jose Rolz-Bennett, had sent word that war was imminent. Rossides told newsmen earlier that he would have asked for an emergency session Wednesday night but held back after he learned that Thant had sent Rolz-Bennett to try to reduce tensions. Rossides said that Cypriot authorities would welcome Rolz- Bennett, but made plain that he felt that the U.N. official's efforts would be hamstrung by what he called "continuous threats of invasion and force by Turkey." ENTERED IN NATIONAL CONTEST — Miss Sharon Kay Colvin of Leavenworth, who was crowned as Miss Rodeo Kansas in Strong City last summer, will represent the Sunflower State in the national Miss Rodeo America Contest in Las Vegas Sunday. x ». r> J IS~ iVilSS KOCleO Jx Births Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mercer, 509 Chestnut St., are the parents of a son born Friday in Newman Memorial County "Hospital. STRONG CITY — Sharon Kay Colvin, Miss Rodeo Kansas, will fly from Kansas City Sunday to Las Vegas to compete in the national Miss Rodeo America Contest, sponsored by International Rodeo Management and the Rodeo Cowboys Association. Miss Colvin, 19-year-old daugh- Three Motorists Are Charged Here Friday Three tickets were issued Friday night for defective head- ights, according to police, ¡d were Louis J. Copt, 13 ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Colvin, Leavenworth, was the 1966 runner-up and the 1967 winner of the Miss Rodeo Kansas Queen contest, held each year as a part of the Flint Hiíls Rodeo at Strong City. The Flint Hills Rodeo Association is sponsoring Miss Colvin's trip and is paying expenses for her trip to the national finals. Vietnam (Continued from pg. i) and air strikes, a spokesman said. Most of the Viet Cong dead were strung just outside the government perimeter. Some enemy soldiers managed to breach the perimeter but were quickly gunned down before they could get to the last line of defense. Sf,^ SSÍ rector of I.R.M. and is sponsor- representative for Miss Colvin Headquarters fof ae t activities will be the Stardust HoteL The nationa l «inner will f. ma ' chl , ne guns - two name throwers, ^ ^Chinese Communist n he delta - one of th « Cortar Fook, 718 Market St., are the parents of a son born today in Newman Memorial County Ho.i- pital. AVOIDS PHEASANT AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Gerald B. Grisby, 18, was able to walk away from the wreck recently when his car flipped over and traveled 117 feet on its top on Ohio 93 south of here. The Akron youth £; and Florence T who also Ronald R. Montgomery, Wich- for speeding 30 m. p. h. In a 20 m. p. h. zone. Orval F. Papon Jr., Fredonia, was 'arrested Friday for speeding 40 in a 30 zone, police said. Gary D. Smith, 636 Sherman St., was charged this morning with careless driving. Sandra She will become an . -. - of I.R.M. for the 1958 rodeo year and will tour the nation. Miss Colvin's trip to the national contest marks the first time the Kansas winner has competed in the finals. f -- —— _-,~.^« v uM**niiwitj i 1 lUO swerved to avoid a pheasant. ing a defective muffler ators or close friends. When che got up behind the lec- the tv cameras, however, he froze. He got the same stage-fright that comes even ro actors who have never been on television. He looked glassy - eyed, a rigid, unbending politician that nobody except his wife and daughters could love. On the other hand, an experi- city in th west of of 82mm mortar fire iu .,^ u near the headquarters of the South Vietnamese 4th Logistical Command, less than a mile south of Can Tho. The headquarters was nto damaged, but eight civilians were killed and 17 others wounded. About 15 miles to the north the Viet Cong slammed 50 rounds of 82mm mortar into a district and pacification headquarters. Six civilians were killed and 17 wounded. The mortars also set fire to a power plant, a barracks and three jeeps. "if ix BUSHONG - Warren Moore of Hoisington and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Moore. Council Grove, were dinner guests Monday of Mrs. Albert Venning and George Moore. The men spent the ABOUT TOWTSÍ Guests Thursday of Mrs. Earl Parker, 206 Union St., were'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parker and children, Melinda and Kevin, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker and children, Vicki, Deborah and Randy, Lawrnce; Mr. and Mrs. Steven Parker and daughter, Connie, Independence, Mo., and Mrs. Helen Holcomb and children, James and Carrie, Emporia. . . .. W. G. Price and Lloyd B. Price of the Lyon County State Bank, accompanied by their wives, drove to Topeka this morning to attend an opening of the new building of the Fidelity State Bank. Accompanied by other banker guests, they also went by bus to Lawrence to attend the football game between Kansas and Missouri Universities. After the game the group returns for a dinner at the Topeka Country Club. Misses Mildred and Mary Mc- Our Neighbors BUSHONG—Avery Miller was brought home Friday from Newman Memorial County Hospital in Emporia where he had been a patient for over a week. BUSHONG - Mr. and Mrs. William F. Weller attended a turkey Thanksgiving dinner at the American Legion home in Emporia on Sunday. BUSHONG - Mr. and Mrs. Kelcie Harder and family entertained Sunday with a roast turkey dinner for the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. James Hedgespeth and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hedgespeth and son Paul, all of Dunlap; Miss Carolyn Harder, Emporia; and Mr. and Mrs. Everard Cowles. Miss Carolyn Harder also spent the weekend with her parents, the Kelcie Harders. LEBO — Mr. and Mrs. Scott Love, Topeka, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. Love's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levern Love. BUSHONG — Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Kirkpatrick of Nickerson spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Gene Luginsland, Mr. Luginsland and daughter. —Mrs. Mark Grims- birthday __ „„__, Saturday. She was presented a Mrs. Gene and a which she and Mr. Grimsley were entertained at a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Seitz, Allen. — Mr. and Mrs. Gene „ with mer classmates of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome •ü -if Localettes Christmas Bureau to Open Emporja's Christmas Bureau will open Monday, Dec. 4th (the date was omitted from the original announcement) and will remain open from 9 until 11:20 a.m. and from 1:30 until 4 p.m., until Dec. 15th. Persons wishing to contribute food, toys and gifts to those in need of assistance are asked to call DI 2-75ir-. ureau is a central agen- all philanthropic organi- in the Emporia area. Reporters Hear. . . That City Attorney Marc A. Hurt while making rounds at the Friday sang, "Happy to You" — Electric for years, came off as Captain Nice and Mr. Clean. The change last week was part- lv because LBJ was given a neck microphone so he could move about instead of stay'ng rooted behind the lectern. But that wasn't the only factor. In addition, the President saw his polls dropping to 26, the lowest point of any president; so, with his back to rhe political wall, he figured he had better put some oomph in his personal appearances. Press Conferences Chief squawk o f newsmen on Johnson's press conference has been that he doesn't give sufficient notice for them to get there. The Pj-esidcnt frequently calls press conferences on the spur or the moment when only regulars covering the White House can get there. Newsmen in downtown offices cither don't gee no- to make New Additions at Library Ideas for Children with creative ideas for children is the subject of this week's public library written by Candy Hodge. MAKING CHILDREN'S PARTIES CLICK. Musselman, Virginia W. Stackpole Books. This book is especially designed for children four to 12 years old; it does suggest, however, ways to keep parents informed and happy, and discusses sensible plans for party-proofing the house. Here are party ways to fix "can't miss" favorites — like hot-dog shish-kabobs, peanut butter boats, or minihur- Scrs. More party magic is added with suggestions for decora- lions and favors, some of which may be made by the guests. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS fashioned, others are new and unusual. Several ideas are adapted from decorations of other countries, such as Sweden, Denmark, Italy and Poland CREATING WITH CLAY. Seidelman, James E. and Grace Mintonye. Illustrated by Robert William Hinds. Crowell-Collier. This guide to creating with clay provides step-by-step directions for many different ways of working with clay and a host of ideas for things to make. The authors have included a handy checklist of tools and materials, a glossary of "claying" and a special section on "azing and painting the work. There are many possibilities to be explored with just and stand of timber .southwest nine-point buck deer~ he' shot^ih a'^nd fí^dÜcíltT \*l^ \^r M arrow Friday morning. Mr. Carson was in a was US ¿f tT ^ ^d puí ^ i J "i.r f(C*U tí. total of 48 live tv press conferences ¡n 4% months and a tntaf of ¡14 news conferences. His press vararles have held 1,050 press briefings. iCopyr;>>hf 1967. by Bc|( M. f.lur» SvnJ:rare) * 6 DLNLAP — .M; SS \orma Ry- mzn. DC ----- ,,- --- — guests of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Ryman and spn, Jeff, on Thanksgiving Day. Often the most loved things at Christmas are those that are made for parents by children- thai is what this book is all about. It is divided into two parts; the first part is devoted to decorations for the Christmas tree, the second to decorations for the table, mantlcpiece, doorways and windows of your home. There is a great deal of variety among the decorations- some are quick and easy to make, others take a little more time and patience. Some are old- World. «OH.JIJT, The author has illustrated his book with colorful ideas for creating clever and balanced mobiles. He carefully explains what a mobile is, what materials it may be constructed from and how to locate the balance point He shows the reader how to construct a simple mobile and advance to more difficult projects. There are mobiles made of everything from straw to tin cans, and shaped like everything from fish to eyes. Call, 211 South Congress St., drove to Kansas City this morn- illg and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Theel, 1216 West Eighteenth Ave., were Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Cain and their children, Sheryl, Marilyn and Karen of Lámar, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ray and children Kenneth and Ruth of Bethany, Okla. Mrs. Roy Irwin, 918 Market St., who was dismissed from the hospital Monday, is recuperating at the home of her son. Lee K. Irwin, 911 Garfield St. Mrs Irwin suffered a broken shoulder in a fall at her home Nov. 15th. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Campbell, 742 Garfield St., have returned from Atchison where they spent the Thanksgiving holiday with their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Campbell, Connie, Stevs, Cheryl and Cathy. Try OUT delicious "burgers," i$c; French fries, ije; shakes, 2uc; ham sand., jor, sieak sand., ?9r. Ku Kit, Ninll, & Merchant. — adv. Invin E. Carpenter, 517 South Cottonwood St., was transferred this week from Newman Memorial County Hospital to the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, where he is scheduled to undergo surgery on Monday. He is in Room 326 B. Mr. and Mrs. George Randa') and family, 213 Union St., wil' spend Sunday in Newton with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Randall. The guest speaker at Sunday morning services in the First Baptist Church will be Dr. Robert Linder, associate professor of history at Kansas State Uni versity, Manhattan. Mr. Linder is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burch, 904 Whildin St. Now serving Ku Ku Kwiki Breakfast — ham 'n' eggs, etc., J to 10:30 a. m. — adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. White, 202 South Market St., were the host and hostess for a family dinner Thursday. The guests were Mrs. Lewis White, Sunflower; Alan Hiñes, Eudora; Mr. and Mrs. and Ronnie; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Krueger and Kristie; Mr. and Mrs. Frank White and children, Brenda and Lynnette; Mrs. Samuel Hildebrand; and Messrs, and Mesdames Louis Bosch and Fred and Richard Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lewis and daughter, Wyn, and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sr., Albuquerque, N. M., spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Emporia • visiting friends and relatives. They stayed at the Ramada Inn and planned to leave for home today. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Patterson of Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Patterson of Albuquerque, N. N., were in Emporia Friday to visit Mrs. Jessie McDaniel of the Meadows and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McDaniel, 905 West Twelfth Ave. Kids' Thanksgiving Special — For boys and girls under 18 — Bowl j lines for $1.00 | until 6 p. nt. Friday and Saturday. Good anytime Sunday. Emporia Bowl, Inc. — adv. Guests for a belated Thanksgiving dinner on Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kircher and her mother, Mrs. lona Monroe, 906 South Commercial St., were Mrs. Monroe's sister, Mrs. T. H. Purcell and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Auker, of Shrewsbury, Mass.: and Mr. Anker's 5, Mr. and Mrs. Feed Auk- poria through the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Palmer, 1009 Neosho St., served turkey hen Thanksgiving Day to Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bilderback and son, Jody, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Palmer and son, Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wilson. 1200 East Logan Ave., have returned from Kansas City, where they clebrated Thanksgiving Day by attending a football game. They were guests of Kansas City friends and relatives for a turkey dinner served Wednesday Disturbing the Peace, T r .((- r *i n - r j l rartlc Charges hi led Slcvcn c n e i. ino , R rnr w * Twe ¡fth Ave was i'ssi K l' mons Fr¡da y n¡t , ht ' f ' r on a revokcf] ¿ rivcj , Police said it was his .second f ens e. Ast - -ind, Donald R polke said. The incident, place at the Ast St., police said. RT.AIR Colonial MORTUARY

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