Archive for Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Remember When: A Community Review

July 5, 2006

10 years ago: June 5, 1996

Springdale Scene: John and Cora Moses will be celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary and exchanging wedding vows June 21st at Jarbalo United Methodist Church.

Births: Darren and Kellea Neas announce the birth of a son, Clayton Bradley Neas, May 25, 1996. Jason and Ruth Long announce the birth of a son, Ethan Wayne Long, Feb. 25, 1996.

Jarbalo Jottings: David and Jane Turner held a birthday party May 22 for Eric Barnett's 17th birthday.

Elzy Folsom jumps into summer from one of the two low diving boards at the Tonganoxie swimming pool. The additional low dive was installed to replace a high dive, which was removed due to safety reasons.

Springdale Scene: The Schwinn family all gathered at the home of Evelyn on Memorial Monday for a fish fry and cookout. They also celebrated Kimberly Schwinn's 5th birthday. There were 37 present.

25 years ago: June 3, 1981

Mr. and Mrs. Merle F. Guinn will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 7, 1981, with an open house.

The family of Herbert and Velma Pearson request the pleasure of your company at a reception in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, the 14th of June, 1981.

Deaths: Gerold S. Peterson, 67, Council Grove, died Sunday. Edward George Klinkenberg, Tonganoxie, passed away May 26, 1981, at the age of 88. Darrin Michael Albert, Pampa, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patrick Albert, passed away May 26, 1981, at the age of 5 years.

Birth: Kent and Diane Flewelling announce the birth of a son, Mitchel Alan, May 15, 1981.

Springdale News: A beautiful golden anniversary celebration of the Springdale Homemaker's Club was celebrated Wednesday.

Jarbalo Jottings: Gary and June Johnson of Leavenworth are the parents of a boy born Sunday, May 31. They named him Jeffrey Dean.

Jarbalo Jottings: The Bradford children with their families, celebrated the 94th birthday of their mother, Alberta Bradford, on May 24th, with a surprise dinner and a birthday cake, with all the trimmings.

50 years ago: June 21, 1956

Deaths: Whitney Umholtz, Leavenworth, passed away Friday evening at his home. "Bobby" Peterson, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thure Peterson, McLouth, drowned Tuesday afternoon in a pond on the Peterson farm.

The old elevator is gone but in its wake comes something better. The grain bins have been repaired, new equipment has been installed. The Tonga Elevator is now ready to handle wheat on a cash and terminal storage basis. J.M. Jack, owner of the elevator, has leased it to the B.C. Christopher Company. Wm. Shaw, former owner, will manage the elevator for the Christopher Co. He will be assisted by his son, Leo Shaw, and son-in-law, Dean Hummelgaard.

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Poulsen are taking a vacation trip to Mexico and Marie Black is doing Mrs. Poulsen's work at the Rawlings Feed Store office while Mrs. Poulsen is away.

Calvin Quisenberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Quisenberry, accompanied Mrs. Ethel G. Jones of Lawrence, to Rochester, Minn., to visit her daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Howland, and family.

75 years ago: May 28, 1931

Mrs. Richard Kelly, aged 64 years, passed away Monday shortly before noon at a Kansas City hospital.

A small Rearwin airplane landed in the Wes Corlett field, north of Tonganoxie, Wednesday afternoon, and was serviced at the J.C. Laming and Son Garage. The monoplane was a two-passenger plane manufactured in Kansas City, and sells for $1,795. It can land in a 250 ft. space and take off anywhere that a run of 150 ft. is available, and can be serviced at any wayside filling station on automobile oil and gasoline. So it seems our Ford garage is developing into a service station for airplanes as well as automobiles.

Mrs. Allen Rice was the lucky one and was awarded the $8 Faust-all-steel flyer coaster wagon given away last Saturday evening by J.J. Bartlett, Grocery Market.

Stanwood: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moses announce the birth of a son, born May 20.

100 years ago: June 7, 1906

Mrs. Ella Cox died at her home in Holton early Monday morning, of a complication of diseases.

Miss Rhoda Rathbone has invested in a new china kiln.

A baby arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Ted" Hemphill, near Linwood, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Laming started on their trip to Europe Sunday. They took along the children and will leave them in Milwaukee with the latter's parents.

H.V. Needham made a trip to Leavenworth today.

Those from Tonganoxie and vicinity who will graduate from the Kansas University this month are Malcolm McNaughton, William Leighty and Miss Anna Carter. Miss Mamie Swann, of Basehor, is also a graduate.

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