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Page 2 THE NORTON TELEGRAM Friday, March 18, 2005

Scholarships awarded
OBITUARY
Leo Carroll Booth
to graduating seniors
The S.T. and Mable Nuttycomb and Joshua Jackson, Jason Green,
Charitable Keesha Holste,
Dec. 7, 1923 - March 16, 2005 Trustees have Kylee Witt,
selected Janelle Nicholas
Leo Carroll Booth, 81, of He was preceded in death by his Fritz of North- Evans, Justin
Norton, died Wednesday at parents and a brother, Gerald. ern Valley High Shirk and Ryan
Norton County Hospital. Survivors include: his wife, School and Maddy, Norton.
The son of Clifford and Alice Barbara, of the home; three sons Claudia Lacy, Scholarships
Booth, he was born Dec. 7, 1923, Ronald and Diane Booth, Norton Com- of $500 will go
in Orleans, Neb. Leavenworth, Wayne and Beverly munity High to Lindsey Gra-
He attended rural grade school Booth, Branson, Mo., and Larry School, as re- J. Fritz ham, Northern
in the Long Island area. and Sara Booth, McLouth; a
C. Lacy
cipients of Valley; Vanessa
During World War II he served daughter Carlene and Leo $2,000 scholarships for the com- Van Diest and Daniel Ruff, Logan;
in the U.S. Army. Johnson, Midlothian, Va.; and five ing school year. and Lacey Ninemire, Norton.
On Sept. 18, 1949, he and Bar- grandchildren. Scholarships of $1,000 were Norton High School graduates
bara Skrdlant were married in Friends may call at Enfield Fu- awarded to: Jesse Hilburn, Tho- Patricia Hagman and Ian Conkey
Norton. They lived in Phillipsburg neral Home in Norton from 3-8:30 mas Ostmeyer, Julie Griffin and both received $1,000 renewal
for a short time and then returned p.m., today. Kristin Ann Hardy from Northern scholarships.
to Norton where he was a lineman Funeral services will be held at Valley; Lanee D. Webb, Logan;
with Norton-Decatur Electrical 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral
Co-op for more than 30 years. home with Jeff Nielsen officiating.
He was a member of the
Harmonson-Redd American Le-
gion Post and the Veterans of For-
Burial will be in Norton Cemetery.
Memorial contributions are
suggested to the Veterans of For-
Nuptials
eign Wars, where he was the medi- eign Wars, in care of the funeral
cal equipment chairman for many
years. He also coached Little
League baseball for several years.
home at 215 W. Main, Norton,
Kan. 67654. to be held
PUBLIC RECORD April 30
Mr. and Mrs. Teresa Joanne Ritter-Hartzog
and Randal Alan Clydesdale, both
Jail Log tion, Overland Park, request for

March 11 — Brandi Kohart,


quiet title on a 1994 Wabash Na-
tional Trailer and a 1994 Washing-
ton National Trailer.
Brian L. McDonald of Norton, plan to be married April
30 in Norton.
Parents of the bride are Frieda
Norton, serving five days for driv-
ing under the influence, released March 2 — Health Services (Chyanne Lynette Cochran) Goetze, Oberlin and Victor Ritter,
Jennings.
March 16. One, PC versus Jodi and Steve
Sprague, Norton, unpaid debt for Chyanne Lynette Cochran and Grandparents of the bride are The groom’s parents are Robert
$98, plus court cost and fees. Brian L. McDonald were married Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cochran, and Sally Clydesdale, Edmond. Ritter-Hartzog and Clydesdale
Municipal Court March 2 — Capital One Bank in a double-ring ceremony on Norton; Roberta and James Grandparents of the groom are
Glenna and Lloyd Sproul, The prospective bridegroom is
There were no filings from Mu- versus Kendra K. Heikes, Lenora, Sept. 23 by Magistrate Judge Goldsberry, Larned; and Barton
Edmond, Doris Clydesdale, a 1990 graduate of Norton Com-
nicipal Court for the week of unpaid debt for $617.67, plus David Buster in the Pawnee and Doris Willey, Hays. Phyllis
Lenora, and the late Leonard Cly- munity High School and a 1995
March 14. court cost and fees. County Courthouse. Willey, Norton, is the bride’s
desdale. graduate of Kansas State Univer-
March 3 — Norton County Co- Witnessing the ceremony were great-grandmother.
The bride-elect is a 1991 gradu- sity with a bachelors degree in
operative versus Clair Glenn, close friends of the couple, Carl The bride and groom both
District Court Norton, check for $10, plus court and Janine Heincker of Emporia. graduated from Larned High ate of Jennings High School and a
1993 graduate of Colby Commu-
agri-business. He works at
Coomes Trucking in Phillipsburg
These transactions were taken cost and fees. Several family members also at- School. The bride attended Fort
nity College with an associates as a dispatcher.
from the records of filings in the March 8 — United Northwest tended. Hays State University.
degree in accounting. She works The wedding will be at the First
offices of the District Court clerk Federal Credit Union versus Parents of the couple are Ann The couple lives in Larned and
at Rural Telephone Service Co. in United Methodist Church,
at the Norton County Courthouse. Cynthia R. White, Norton, unpaid Hands, Larned; William Cochran, both work at Larned Healthcare
Lenora as a directory specialist. Norton.
Traffic, criminal and wildlife debt for $779.45, plus court cost Norton; and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Center.
parks cases are given to the paper and fees. McDonald, Larned.
when the fines are paid. Limited
action and small claim cases are
reported only after the defendant
Ambulance LYLE NEWS Couple has
is served. March 7 — Non-emergency

Traffic
March 11 — Luther J. Helland,
transfer from Hays.
March 9 — Trauma emergency
in Norton.
By DEANNA SUMNER
Monday, March 7, Toots
Magers and Kathy Van Meter
That evening Jeff Magers and
friend, Joy Louta, stopped by for
a visit on their way home from tak-
set May 29
March 9 — Medical emergency, played pinochle with the residents ing Rea and Dee Magers to Hays.
for wedding
Edmond, speeding 78 in a 65 mph
zone, fine $48, court cost $60. Edmond. at the Good Samaritan in Oberlin Tim Nejdl from Quinter stopped
March 15 — Danielle R. Bohl, March 10 — Medical transfer to and visited with Marguerite Ful- by for a visit with Kathy Van Meter
Phillipsburg, speeding 77 in a 65 Beloit. lerton. That evening they attended on Friday.
mph zone, fine $42, court cost $60. March 10 — Medical emer- dance class at the Bohemian Hall. Saturday, March 12, Judy Tracey Hiday and Kevin
March 15 — Rodney B. Gilley, gency, Norton. Wednesday, March 9, Liberty Easton came for lunch with Toots Harshbarger, both of Chanute, are
Brewster, speeding 80 in a 65 mph March 12 — Stand-by at the Star Club met at Deanna Sumner’s Magers. Later, they joined Colleen engaged to be married.
zone, fine $60, court cost $60. races, Norton. home. Members who attended Rippe to attend the 90th birthday Parents of the couple are Paul
March 16 — Charles A. March 13 — Stand-by at the were, Angie Wilson, Veda Wood, party of Tina (Rohnke) Wimer at and Sandi Hiday, Beavercreek,
Simpson, Bountiful, Utah, speed- races, Norton. Toots Magers, Cathy Anthony and the Hillcrest Nursing Home in Ohio, and Roy and Carol
ing 79 in a 65 mph zone, fine $54, March 14 — Medical emer- Kathy Van Meter. McCook. That evening dinner Harshbarger, Norton.
court cost $60. gency, Norton. Thursday, March 10, Toots guests at LaVerne and Colleen The bride-to-be is a medical
March 16 — Eric B. Farr, March 16 — Medical emer- Magers attended Iva Alexander’s Rippe’s were Toots Magers, Kathy transcription supervisor for K. Harshbarger and T. Hiday
Oberlin, minor in possession of gency, Norton. funeral in Norcatur. Van Meter and Dennis Brown. Ashley Clinic in Chanute and the
alcohol, fine $200, court cost $60. March 16 — Stand-by for fire, Kathy Van Meter attended her Sunday March 13, Richard and groom is an engineering techni- Design.
March 17 — John R. Geisinger, Lenora. bank’s St. Patrick’s Day party in Jane Engelhardt, Norton, came for cian senior for the Kansas Depart- The couple will be married in
Selden, transporting an open con- March 17 — Medical emer- Holbrook, Neb. a visit with Toots Magers. ment of Transportation, Bureau of Chanute on May 29.
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cost $60. Norton. Chambers’ funeral in Oberlin. Mabel Coomes Estate, Claude Tacha Estate & Others
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Saturday, March 26, 2005


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Limited Action
Feb. 14 — Norton County Coop
versus Margaret F. Wyatt, Norton,
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10:00 a.m. — 4-H Building, Park Street, Norton, Kansas
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check for $27.28, plus court cost
and fees.
Stephanie Spradlin, a junior Fort Hays State University APPLIANCES — KITCHEN ITEMS — DISHES AND POTTERY ITEMS — LINENS AND VINTAGE CLOTHING — HOUSEHOLD ACCESSORIES
Feb. 24 — Jackrabbit Service
studying criminal justice at Fort modern language students Jason — ANTIQUE CHILD ITEMS — JEWELRY — LAWN AND GARDEN ITEMS — SPORT ITEMS — TOOLS — ANTIQUE BOOKS
Hays State University, is part of a Reese, a junior from Logan, and
and Towing versus Dan R. COLLECTIBLES AND ANTIQUE ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: WHISKEY & BEER COLLECTIBLES:
group traveling to San Francisco Sheila Harvey, a freshman from MECHANIC, RAILROAD AND Oak 6 Drawer Commode with 2 Michelob Light Wall Lanterns (Works)
Messersmith, Oberlin, check for WESTERN ITEMS: Ornate Top Pump Organ Pool Table Bud Light
this week. One of the highlights of Long Island, are among eight stu- Oliver Plow Works Iron Seat Antique Pine Dresser Neon Pheasant Coors Light
$10.50, plus court cost and fees.
the trip will be a tour of the famous dents traveling to Berlin, Germany (One Letter Missing) Vintage Baby Crib Bush Wall Hanging with Western
Feb. 24 — New Age Industrial RR Signal Light & 3 Rock Island Lanterns Antique 2 Door Ice Box with Scenes Light
federal prison, Alcatraz. March 17-29. on a Metal Stand (Electrified) Stripped Brass Handles Budweiser Clydesdale Light
Corp. versus C & M Transporta- Gas Road Flare Buggy Wheel Hubs Vintage Oak Cash Register Budweiser Wagon Light
3 Blow Torches Steering Wheel McChestney Cash Register with Michelob Mirror Sign
Soap Box Derby Wheel RR Iron Oak Box 2 School Chairs 2 Hamm’s Beer Mirrors

MARKETS COMING SOON!!! V 265 Camera


Wood Wagon Wheels
Cast Iron Boiler
3 Corn Knives Mounted on Wood
Wood Pulleys
2 Buggy Whips
Windup Victrola (Needs Repaired)
2 Printer Trays
Zenith Record Player
2 Flat Top Trunks
Budweiser Clock (Works)
Bud Light Tuff Hedeman Sign (Metal)
Bud Light Clydesdale Sign

At close of business Mar. 17


Phone 2 Horse Collars on a Display Board
with Extra Items Steer Horns
Roll Top Record Player
Small Metal Lamp (Plaza Mfg. Co.
Made by Acorn)
Budweiser Pheasant Mirror
Budweiser Canadian Geese Mirror
Die-Cast 1948 Peterbilt Bud Piggy
Cow Bells, Large and Small
Lariat Rope 3 Car Jacks Glolite Bubble Lights Bank (Has Box)
Wheat ....................... $3.25 Homemade Ox Yokes with Bells Ornate Dresser Mirror 125th Year Anniversary Budweiser
Champ Bottle
6 Stirrups on Display Board Ice Saw Quartered Sawed Oak Dresser
Milo .......................... $3.00 Large RR Car Links on Display Board with Mirror WHISKEY BOTTLES: 1974 Swan, 1979
•Integrated VGA camera with auto-focus and Round Front Oak Dresser w/Mirror Wood Duck, 1973 Cougar, 1979 Par-
Corn ......................... $1.92 auto-timer for self portraits
11 Display Boards of Antique Tools
(Ford, John Deere and Decker) Dresser with Antique Handles tridge, 1977 Owl, 1979 Cardinal, 1978
Blue Jay, 1973 Red Fox, 8 Duck Stamp
Lanterns Platte Valley Whiskey Jug
•Vivid color display 17 Bridle Bits on Display Board
FURNITURE: Series, Old Cabin Still and Others
Queen Anne Dresser with Mirror TAP HANDLES: Michelob Light,
•BREW™2.1 for downloading* games, wallpaper, Bottle Opener Display Rug Beater Oak 3 Drawer Dresser Budweiser Light, 2 Budweiser,
screensavers, MP3 ringtones and applications Stove Lifters Smoke Stand Bedroom Set with Vanity 2 Sports
Bluing Bottle Large Wood Clamp Drop Leaf Table with Matching 14 STEINS: Including Coors Iron Horse
•MMS for sending photos, icons and rings attached Curry Comb Display Buggy Step Buffet Parlor Table Collections, Somewhere Near, Old Fish-
to text messages* Wood Keg Pelouze Mfg. Family Scale 3-Piece Waterfall Bedroom Set erman
2 Iron Wheel Barrow Frame with
•Speaker independent voice and digit dialing for Storage Box made into End Tables
Wood Desk Cedar Chest
AUCTIONEER’S NOTES: This is a sale that everyone
Ethan Allen Rocker Recliner
automatic name recognition, safety and ease of use Hame Decorations 2 Horse Collars La-Z-Boy Recliner Piano Stool should find something they just must purchase and take
Chandelier of Metal Wheel with Oil it home! Claude Tacha liked mechanic and western items
•Location based services capabilities for directions on-the-go* Stove Burner Guard for Shades
Couch and Matching Chair
of the past. He liked to combine these various articles
Leather Recliner
•65 instrument polyphonic speaker supporting MP3 and MIDI ringtones
April 1, 2 & 3 •Integrated speakerphone
Lovell Washer Wringer
Farmer State Bell Bank
(2) Twin Size Box Springs and
Mattresses Small Oak Dresser
for displays. In other words, he was a tinkerer and has
some very different articles that his family offer in this
sale. The whiskey and beer collectibles are ones that a
Electric Log Deco Fireplace Gentleman’s Vanity Chair
•PIM functionality including phone book, calculator, calendar and alarm Hand Scythe Small Washboard person will look for a long time before this many items
Historic Kurtz Ranch •WAP 2.0 compliant browser 6 Antique Irons and 2 Fancy Iron Rests
2 End Tables
Round Flower Stand
Metal Shelf Units are found in one sale. There is a nice selection of items
in each of the categories in this sale. It’s the day before
north of Edson 107 E. Main on a Display Board Steer Horns
Dempster Well Pump Base with Lamp
Duncan Phyfe Table (Needs Repair) Easter and we invite you to be with us to find lots of
Small Walnut Dresser
Check In: after 4 on Fri. Norton, Kansas 67654 on Top 2 Small Iron Kettles 2 Glass Top Side Tabless
valuable items to fill your vehicle instead at the park to
find lots of eggs to fill your Easter basket! We will move
Branding Iron Display 2 Hay Knives Burgundy Barrel Chair right along so you can be ready for Easter the next day.
Check Out: by 12 on Sun. Rope Braider Parts Hand Saws
Halter and Bit with US Button
Work in UFO Projects...Sew all
night!! NO CURFEW!!
Kerosene Lamp Parts and Pieces
Fire Extinguishers Galvanized Tubs Duane R. McEwen
785-874-4718 — TOLL FREE 866-944-5225 Bushel Baskets Insulator Collection AUCTIONEER—
Pop Bottles Delta Red Top Lantern
Additional taxes, surcharges and fees may apply, including a 56¢ Regulatory Cost Recovery fee and a 59¢ Cream Separator Bowls Saw Blades SALESPERSON
Telecom Connectivity fee. These fees are not taxes or government-required charges. Other surcharges
may include federal and state mandated Universal Service Fund fees and a 911 fee of up to $1.94. Lim- TRAILER: East Highway 36 — 601 East Holme — Norton, KS 67654 — 785-877-3032
ited-time offer at participating locations. Requires service agreement, credit approval and approved handset. Enclosed Heavy Duty
1525 S. Range • Colby $200 early termination fee applies. $35 activiation fee may apply. Other restrictions apply. Terms and
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785-462-3375
Norton County, Norton, Toots Magers, unpaid debt, Larned High School, Sally Clydesdale, Norton Community High School, Brian L. McDonald, Fort Hays State University, RandalAlan Clydesdale, Kathy Van Meter, Bill
Cochran, Leonard Clydesdale, Doris Clydesdale, United Northwest Federal Credit Union, Medical emergency, Wabash National Trailer, Chyanne Lynette Cochran, Jim Norton, Sara Booth, Norton County Courthouse,
Scholarships Norton, Norton County Hospital, Municipal Court, scholarships, Norton High School, Norton Cemetery, Diane Booth, Joshua Jackson, school Booth, Mable Nuttycomb, Keesha Holste, Charitable Trustees,
Leo Carroll Booth
An Obituary