The El Reno American (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1955 Page: 2 of 8
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2-A The El Reno (Okla.) American, Thursday, January 13, 1955
UNION CITY HAPPENINGS
% MU «OT WALLACT
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nerup in the classroom election
was Norma Lee Wartchow.
Mrs. Esther Wauhop celebrated
her birthday on Monday of this
week. She received many cards
and gifts from her little pupiL
as well as a beautiful bouquet ol
red roses from her son, Charles,
which she brought to school.
Carol McAfee is a new pupil in
Mrs. Wauhop’s room.
Grades 3 and 4
Jackie While was elected good
citizen for the third and fourth
grades. Runnerup was Jean Kroe-
Our thanks go to Mrs. H. M.
Keaton for the refreshments for
our Christmas party and to Lor-
etta Haygood for candy for the
Our room has two new fourth
grade students, Connie and John-
nie Lancaster, twins, who moved
to oui community recently from
Shamrock Club Studios Mending
Mrs. Wesley Kroeker was host-
ess when members of the Sham-
rock Home Demonstration dub
met in her home Thursday after-
Mrs. Eldon Bollinger opened
the meeting by reading the Club
Women’s creed. Roll call was
answered by each lady describing
a method of mending she used. |
Mrs. Hen Keddersen was leader
for the lesson on “Mending." Miss |
Gladys Kaiser, assistant county
home demonstration agent, was
present and added some helpful
suggestions to the lesson.
The hostess served refreshments
to a guest, Mrs. R. H. Hale from!
Hereford, Tex., and to the follow-
ing members: Mis. Raymond Bol-
linger, Mrs. Lloyd Dunkle, Mrs.
11. H. Pappe, Mrs. Eldon Bollin-
ger, Mrs. Marvin Keddersen, Mrs.
Oscar Biswell, Mrs. Lloyd Wood,
Mrs, Bryan Sweeney, Mrs. Ralph
Wc were sorry to lose Mary Keddersen, Mrs. H. L.'Brown, Mrs.
and Loretta Haygood, who moved
with their parents to Dallas, Tex.
Perfect spellers for the past six
weeks are Rocky Albers, Patty
Ulfers, Donna Jean Barron, Kar-
ole Ann Bollinger, Annette Al-
bers. Naomi Mcdonris, Jean Kroe-
ker, Carolyn Amos and Sliirleen
Grades 5 and 6
. In Mrs. Ola Lee Barton’s fifth
and sixth grade room Billy Woods
was chosen good citizen lor the
past six weeks period of school
Juan Haygood has transferred
from our school to Dallas. Tex.,
and we gained one student, Tony
Lancaster, from the Hinton school
who is living on the Ramsey farm
southeast of Union with his par-
Perfect spellers for the past six
weeks are Lloyd Simmons, Mar-
vin Smith, Carol Morrison, Elaine
Fatzack, Karen Taylor, Sue
Wright, Joyce Wright, Bobuy
Armstrong, Johnnie Dunkle, John
Jonas, Velta Armstrong and Donn
7th and 8th Grades
Officers for Mrs. Opal Wart-
chow’s 7th and 8th grade students
for the second semester arc: Le-
roy Kolar, president; (leraldean
Stejskal. vice president; Mildred
Schumacher, secretary; Judy
Kroeker, treasurer; and Hazel
In the basketball game with
East Walnut on our home court,
Monday afternoon, the boys lost
their game to the visitors by n
score of 53-22.
Other Basketball News
When the Mustang boys ami
girls basketball teams came to
Union City Friday evening for
games with the local high school
they brought with them a strong
pep club and a large number of
parents and other basketball fans.
Union City girls were in fine
form and defeated the visitors by
a 44-25 score. The local buys,
however, were not so lucky when
points were tallied at the Dial
whistle. Score 4(5-45 in favor of
Park Grounds Landscape
Plans Are Started
A group of men from this com-
munity worked all day Saturday
with tractors, spades and othci
handy equipment, on the park
grounds in Union City. Some 45
Chinese elms and other shade
trees, which included mimosa,
ash, maple and locust, were set
in the park area. An oval drive*
was graded in the plot and it is
planned later to set the shrubs
as an outline for it. The Chinese
elm trees were donated by Ollis
McMahan and Claude Morrison,
while other trees were purchased
at a nursery.
Lf. Morrison Visits Here
Lt. Mary Morrison arrived on
Tuesday from an airforce base in
Chandler, Ariz., and will spend
this week with her parents, Mr.
Fred Marquardt, Mrs. Ben Ked-
rin sen and Miss Kaiser.
Mih. Flovd Needham will he
leader for the February lesson on
"Collecting Shrubbery" when the
club meets with Mrs Ren Fed-
Mrs. Fehmer Is Hostess
Mrs. Henry FHimei was hostess
when members of the Women’s
Altar Society of St. Joseph’s
chinch held theii first meeting <>t
the year. Mrs. Claude Morrison,
piesident, was in charge of the
meeting, which was held in llu
Hostess gift was awarded to
Mrs. Dclmar Kleppcr. Attending
the meeting were Mrs. Leo Dem-
mer, Mrs. Will Lagaly, Mrs. An-
thony Dries, Mrs. John Demmer.
Mrs. Will Lagaly, Mrs. Anthony
Dries, Mrs. John Welding, Mrs
John Keddersen. Mrs. George La-
galy, Mrs, Louis Busier, Mrs. V.
J. Ketter. Mrs. John Sanders,
Mrs. Leo Rmltke, Mrs. Bennu
Busier, Mrs. E. M. Welding. Mrs.
Rudolph Monz, Mrs. G. IV Schu-
macher, Mrs. Sain Novosad, Mrs.
Ben Bonier, Mrs. R. K. Taylor.
Mrs. Fred Kiev. Mrs. Albert Men/..
Mrs. Frank Rice, Mrs. John Hc| -
ler, Mrs. Joseph Miehalirka, Mrs.
Fred Boevers. Mrs. Will Carol,
Mrs. Klcpper, Mrs. Morrison and
Mcllwains Attend Meeting
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mrllvain at-
tended a district meeting for vo-
cational agriculture teachers and
their wives in Kingtbhn Thurs-
day evening. The entertainment
organ with 9 <5 o’clock dinner nt
the DiLlixe cafe and was lollow-
ed by an evening of fun at the
R. F. Taylors Are Hosts
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Taylor and
children, Cl.vda Mae and Ray-
mond, were hosts Sunday when
a group of their friends gathered
m the Taylor home for a 1 pan.
birthday dinner honoring Rose
Ann Go/.a* Mr. Taylor and Ray-
Present with them lor the day
were Mr. and Mrs. William Wart-
chow, Elaine, Teresa, Paul and
Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Mc-
Mahan, Kay and Dona; Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Go/a and Rose Ann;
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Amos, Patsy
and Caiolyn; Mr. and Mrs. Au-
brey Alexander and Anita; Mr.
and Mrs. A. IV Musshafen and
Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Jack White,
Jayne. Jackie and Jess; Mr. and
Mrs. Ronnie Tovve and Stephen
Miss Trammel Marries
Those ol us who received recent
letters advising of the wedding of
Miss Mary Trammel of Willing-
ton, Tex., and Rollie F. Shelley of
Rocky, Okla., on Jan. 8, were de-
lighted With the clever little poem
announcing the event and extend-
ing an invitation, as follows:
Whether i/ou consider this curly
Remember I'll bake you a cake
If you Loanl to know the dale, |
Look, on your calendar for Jan, 8.
Now this is your invitation
On the farm to spend your vac a-j
"You-all” come and see “us"
'Cause then it will be Mr. and
We remember Miss Trammel
when she lived in this commun-
ity with her father, G. M. Tram-
mel. now of El Reno. She taught
in the local school for a number
ol years. Later entering exten-
sion service, she was county home
demonstration agent for Washita
county. At the time of her mar-
riage last Saturday to Mr. Shelley
she was holding a similar posi-
tion in Collingsworth county m
Texas and was living at Welling-
ton. which is just across the line
ftom Mangum, Okla., and not too
tar from Rocky. Oui sincere good
wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Shelley.
Former Resident Is Buried
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday at 3 p.m. in the Calumet
First Christian church for Jess
Taylor, former resident of this
community and of Calumet. Bur-
ial followed m the Calumet cem-
Mr. Taylor died Tuesday in
a hospital in Ponca City, where
he had lived the past eight years.
At the time of his wife’s death
some years ago the family lived
on the Ira Brown farm, northeast
of Union City. One daughter,
Mrs. Ross Cubbagc ol Ponca City,
Breakfast Fetes K. C. Members
Attending a 9 a.m. breakfast in
the dining room at St. Joseph's
chool Sunday morning were sev-
eral Knights of Columbus mem-
bers from El Reno. They, with
local K. C. members, attended
an 8 o’clock church service here
when Rev. Thomas Hoffman read
Present from El Reno were An-
toni* Elmenhorst, Dave Kappus,
Jack Ross, Ed Rntterman, Bob
Wolfe, Ed Stevens, John Wolfe.
Walter Downey, Clarence Wolfe.
Jim Walsh, Darby Quinn, George
Walsh, Ray Walsh, Francis Dill,
Clarence Dill and Bill Hussman;
Union City members present in-
cluded Louis Busier, Joe Dem-
mer, Leo Demmer, Ben Hosier,
Henry Reding, Theodore Welding.
George Lagaly. Will Lagaly, Ru-
dolph Men/.. Gervuse Men/., John
King, Harold Wartchow, Bob Car-
el, William Caret, Cyril Micha-
lieka, John Gat/, and Albert Boe-
Preparing and serving the de-
licious meal were Mrs. Leo Dem-
mer, Mrs. Ben Hosier, Mrs. Geo.
Lagaly, Mrs. Fred Boevers, and
Mrs. Rudolph Men/..
Here and There
Sunday dinner guests of Mr
and Mrs. Rcnoo Hosier were Mr.
and Mrs. Meryle Morrison and
children, Kathy, Jennie Lee and
('lotus. The occasion was to hon-
oi Mrs. Morrison on her birth-
Mrs. Alice Braz/.eal and Mrs,
Winnie Nowlin were Oklahoma
City visitors on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders were
Sunday dinner guests of his par-
juts, Mr. and Mrs. William San-
Mrs, Rill Ulfers and daughter,
Patty, visited Sunday afternoon
m the Leo Medearis home.
Rev. Kelsey McClure of Okla-
homa City was a Sunday dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vogel,
Joan Jennings spent the week-
end in Pike City with her lifther,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pinkston
ol Milieu were Sunday afternoon
visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Oscai
(\ L, Me 11 vain was in Enid on
Monday evening to attend a meet-
ing of vocational agriculture in-
structors and Enid civic leaders
when plans were made for the
District Livestock Show at Enid
on March 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kroger
.mil sons. Larry and Ronnie, spent
the weekend in Ft Worth, Tex..
with his sister and her family.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Odom and
children, Regina, Vergil and Al-
bert, were Sunday dinner guests
ol Mr. and Mrs. Rill Cantrell, El
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Towc and
son, Stephen of Tulsa, wore week-
end visitors with her parents, Mr.
By MRS JOHfr C. BVSCHE
Mrs. and Mrs. John Mack, of | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heinen and
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stockton.
EL Reno, are parents of a daugh-
ter born at 9:02 p.m. Jan. 3. She
weighed eight pounds, nine ounces
and has been named Marsha Kay.
Mrs. Stockton and her daughter
were dismissed Monday.
Mrs. Abbie Williams, El Reno,
was admitted Jan. 5, and was dis-
Mrs. Aldon Magness, Geary,
surgical, was admitted Jan. 4.
Baby Kathy Carel, Calumet,
medical was admitted Jan. 4 and
was dismissed Wednesday.
Anita Gassen. Calumet, medical
patient for several days was dis-
missed Wednesday. Also dismiss-
ed on Jan. 5, was John D. Hens-
ley, Minton, who had been a
medical patient and Mrs. Raymond
Schweitzer, Calumet, and her in-
fant son was dismissed Jan. 8.
Mrs. Bill Leedon, Geary, was
dismissed Wednesday. Her infant
twin daughters born Jan. 1, re-
mained at the hopsital for further
Mrs. Vernon Stephens, Gearv,
surgical was admitted Jan. (5.
Other patients admitted were Mrs.
John C. Connolly, Geary, medical.
Jan. 8, Mrs. Charles Handley. El
Reno, surgical, Jan. 7, Mrs. Roy
Chase, Cenry, surgical, Jan. 8,
Mrs. Brady Duncan. El Reno, sur-
gical, admitted Sunday, Thomas
Rother, Okarche, medical, admit-
ted Sunday, and Mrs. Henry
Meiwes, Piedmont, surgical admit-
Mrs. William Steiferman, Okar-
che. medical patient for eight days
was dismissed Saturday.
Mrs. Don D. Francis, Kingfish-
er, was dismissed Monday, and her
infant daughter, Enrma Lee, who
was the New Year baby of King-
Enid, entertained the group and
a number of other parish mem-
bers by showing colored slides
and moving pictures of the Pil-
grimmage to Mexico. During the
iwmwwNmiwhWHini>wMiNHwinmuninninnnniuniiMHUMHiiuwiHiw*''««w<w^c i bujjjnejjvj meeting the program for
- .. ... , tf .the year was announced by Mrs.
noon of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I B R Jein Grand Regent. The
John Hu.sene. group voted to make a contribu-
Mr and Mrs. Walter Ahlefeld, | Uori jf $75 toward a Mission
then daughter, Mrs. Hazel Mu- | chapol being built in Oklahoma,
egge and daughter Judy, were i pjans were discussed for a Corn-
dinner guests Tuesday of his j munjon breakfast to be served by
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and , the group on Sunday,'Feb. 13.
Mrs. Gus Ahlefeld.
Prizes were won by Miss Frances
Mr. and Mis. Bill Schroeder | Bartosovsky and Mrs. Gooder
spent the weekend in the home Simpson. Mrs. Ig Gi„es won
o their son^n-law and daughter, th(, door jze whifh had been
Mr and Mre Emil at Mid- Lonated by her. Refreshments
west City. On Sunday they ac-1 were served by the committee,
companied Mi . and Mrs. Jacobs j Mrs Dave Crawford, Mrs. Robert
to attend services at Redeemer | Gruntmeir, Mrs. Condor Simpson,
Lutheran church. ^ prcd yoss yjrs 3 ^ nejD
COMMltNrry MEETING HELD | £ Lranoer 'Bartosovsky and
The Okarche Achievement Day Miaj RoSt. Bartoiovskv. Next rcg.
*1 *htL ?^arChe P,“bl!C'ular meeting will be held Feb. 1.
school Monday night was well at-
tended. The group elected as their
Program Planning committee the
following: Chairman—George Bo-
relli, secretary— Ida Patterson:
Community service chairman for
the VFW Auxiliary; Treasurer—
A. J. Teague; members—Bill Reis-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith of
Oklahoma City, spent the week-
end in the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith here.
FAREWELL DINNER HELD
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ahlefeld en-
tertained Sunday with a farewell
uii,v ’r*o,a oL. ’ c u». 1 " dinner complimentary to Mr. Ah-
D hn RnnH I Mr and sister-in-law.
John Rund, Mrs. John Rund, Mrs. Mr and MrSi Walter Ahlefeld and
Ernest Jung, Miss Anderson and
Mrs. Bud Schroeder and Mrs.
Henry Moeller and Miss Marcella
Jacobs, members of the Commu-
nity service committee of the V.
F. W. Auxiliary who proposed
the project for acceptance by the
community. Houston Adams, agri-
culture teacher and Bill Smith
daughter, Mrs. Hazel Muegge and
daughter, Judy, who are moving
this week from Enid, to Los An-
geles. Calif., to make their future
home. Those present with the
honorees and hosts are Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Meier of Enid. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Meuer and sons
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ahlefeld, Mrs.
Malinda Schroeder and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Gleichman. Okarche.
LUTHERAN LADIES MEET
The Lutheran Ladies Aid So-
were asked to attend all meeting of H,lnter' Okla., Mr. and Mrs,
In order to establish l fund for 1<l'nni',h Tndd' of Kinsfisher' and
ribbons and premiums, glass jars
will be placed in the following
places of business for donations
not to exceed $5.00: Kischens, j
Borelli Hardware, Kinney’s Cafe, . 4 . r
Okarche Lumber Co.. Schroeder’s | (’'elv uof uth" St- Joh"s L“thcran
Grocery and Coffey Drug. A now I(’1,l, (.’h 1(; ( ll 1 cgijlar business
list of merchants that will have meeting Wednesday afternoon m
the money jars in their places !J‘ins^ hull. Following a dis-
..............._........., w. of business will be in the next ('u;*sl(m on the work and business
fisher county remained at the hos- issue of the paper. Those wishing! [T^vstmients were served by Mis.
pital. , • I to. may give their donations to ^onaid Krecklow, Mrs. John F.
Ahlden and Mrs. Emma Nuels-
Sunbeam home demonstration 1 Eugene Naberhaus, came Wed-
...............- ............... club: Mrs. Bud Schroeder and Mrs. i J]os< rf11’
has been postponed until further John Rund, of the Sunnyside home' f*av ()l mMci, Mis. Hairy Bin-
notice. demonstration club; Mrs. Ted e^en and Mr' Brueggen and
• to, may give their donations to
DANCE POSTPONED Mrs. Hilbert Schroeder or Mrs.
The dance being sponsored by John J. Ahlden, members of the
the Holy Trinity Court Catholic
Daughters scheduled for Jan. 19.
daughter, Mary Frances, were
among those who attended the
10th anniversary reception honor-
ing Bishop McGuinness, Sunday
at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Nettie Determan had as
her dinner guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Determan and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Deter-
man and children of Oklahoma
City and Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Leech, of Kingfisher.
TWO MEN ARE INDUCTED
Two Okarche men from King-
fisher county recently inducted
for service are Leo Meyer, son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer and Clif-
ford Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
GUEST RETURNS HOME
Miss Clara Gilles, returned the
first of the week by plane to Los
Angeles, Calif., after spending the
holidays in the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I« Gilles and
family, and visiting her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Vinoe Mueggenborg and family
and other relatives and friends
here. Also guests in the Gilles’
home over the holidays were their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Gilles and children
of Wichita, Kans. Another son,
A/3c Milton Gilles. of Airforce
Limestone, Maine, arrived on New
Year’s eve to spend a nine-day
leave in the home of his parents
and visited his brother Gene and
the Vince Mueggenborg family.
Pvt. Nicky Baustert has been
transferred from Fort Bliss, Tex.,
to Fort Ord, Calif. He is a mem-
ber of the 6th Replacement Com-
pany in the Infantry Division.
Delmer Jacobs of Midwest City, Pete Hcnrichs
spent several days last week visit-
ing his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Schroeder and other relatives
Rev. and Mrs. Esra R. Vornholt
left Thursday for Odell, III., where
they will make their future home.
The Vornholts came to Okarefle
in 1943 and he has since lm\f
served as pastor of the Okarche,
Park and Altona Congregational
churches. Mr. Vornholt will now
serve two Congregational chur-*^
ches, one in OdeP and one m
Emington, 111. Their son John,
remained here for several days
longer and returned the first ol
this week to Doane college, Crete,
Announce Approaching Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph H. Moy-
er, Okarche, announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Miss Flor-
ene Margaret Meyer, to Mr. Leon-
ard H. Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Cox, Modesto, Calif.
The wedding is to take place
February 19 in the St. John s
Lutheran church, Okarche. The
bride-elect is a graduate of Okar-
che high school and Central Tech-
nical Institute, Kansas City.
At present she is employed by
Western Airlines, where she lias
been employed the past 19 months
in the reservations department a,
Los Angeles. The prospective!
bridegroom attended schools «>r
Danville. III. At present he is
employed with the Melro|**Bn
Coat'll Lines at Los Angeles,
Mr. and Mrs, Adolph Beechei
and Mr. and Mr.-, Rudolf Meyci
were guests Sunday evening of
Lotting lovtlmeM lor W#ll$ and Woodwork
COOK’S WEIVAY LATEX
Mrs. .T. R. Determan accom-
panied her son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Determan
and children of Oklahoma City, to
Kingfisher Saturday where they
were supper guests of Mrs. Paul
Determan’s parents, Mr. and Mrs,
W. C. Leech. The Determan
family were overnight guests of
Mrs. Determan Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Busche and
Bomhoff or Mrs. Frank Hoehner
of the Happy Home Makers, home
demonstration club. Watch the
thermometer down town to deter-
mine the program and help our
boys and girls by giving your do-
(’. I). A. HAVE MEETING
Court Holy Trinity Catholic
Daughters held a regular meeting
family and visited other relatives
here. Naberhaus, whose rating
was Corporal, served the past two
years with the U.S. army and was
discharged last week at Huathuca,
Ariz. He was enroute to his home
at Breda, Iowa.
Mrs. Quinton Weimer and
daughters of Kingfisher, were
guests Friday of Mrs. Pete Ahle-
........... ............. ...... Tuesday evening, Jan. 4, in the | lc^ nn0 vlMh’d other lelatives
sons Gary and Alan, of Oklahoma parish hall. Prior to the meeting i *u‘re* ___
City, were guests Sunday after-1 Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Duffy and1
and Mrs. Clifton Amos.
Sunday evening guests of the
Benno Hosier family were Mr.
and Mrs. John Gatz.
Mrs. Georrft* Lowe, Mrs. O. F
Mitchell and Mrs. R. L. Everett
were Wednesday gutarts of Mrs.
Oscar Lamon*: TheUadies spent
the day working on a quilt for
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lair, Ok-
lahoma City, and Mr. and Mj*
Flvin Lair and children, Patsy,
Ruth Ann and Larry, of Chieka-
sha. were Sunday dinner guests
ol the Dennis Lairs,
Mr. and Mrs. Rrnold Dannehl
and daughter, Fern, and Mrs. Will
Mc.Nsenger were Sunday afternoon
visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Biegl, El Reno.
Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Bollinger
visited Sunday afternoon in Hy-
dro with Mr. and Mrs. Val Berg-
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Whittlcy
and family were Sunday visitors
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Logan Murray of Blanchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hobson of
Geary were Thursday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wart-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold RadtkC
PUNT i WILLPIPER
PboQ# 304 tl
and family, Oklahoma City, were
dinner guests Sunday of his par-1
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Radtke. |
Mrs. Dennis Lair is spending
this week in Cliickasha with her
son ,md daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Lair and their
children, Nancy, Brbara and Ter-
Mr. and Mrs. James Hainley
and sons, Gary and Mark of Sher-
ril, Arki, who arrived before
Christmas to spend the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Morrison, are still here on
account of the illness of Mark,
their year-old son, who is a medi-
cal patient in Park View hospital,
Hoy Wallace and Jack Sanders
were among those from Union
City who attended the funeral
services in Minco Tuesday after-
noon for Don Lauderdale.
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