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History of Chase County, Kansas

Abstracts of Leader-News
1899 - 1999

This history was abstracted by Patty J Donelson, Chase County Historical Society Curator.
Transcribed and indexed by Lorna Marvin, Chase County Coordinator

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     Jun 9 1983 - Open house will be held at the Exchange National Bank after extensive remodeling.

     Jun 16 - Marriages of Sandra K. Crichton and Wm. J. Luder and Dorothy Helen Fillingsness and Wm. J. Yeager. Also Roberta Heathman & John Allen.

     Jun 23 - A warm and joyful welcome to Laura Irene Wells, parents H. Kip, Jr. and Sherry Wells of Elmdale.

     Leona & Kipling Wells of Elmdale celebrate their 60 years together.

     Cynthia Lou Schwilling & Ronald E. Kelsheimer are married.

     The Peyton Creek watershed is ready to build.

     Mr. & Mrs Jim Barrett, are proud to announce the birth of their second son, Jerod Alan.

     Jul 7 - Orville “Doc” Parks of Cottonwood Falls passed away. He married Eva Heckendorn in 1930. Two sons survive, Dean & Gary and his wife.

     Also passing away was, Floyd T. Eidman, Keith William (Hoot) Brown, and Wm. Ova Hensley.

     Jul 14 - The 6th annual Cottonwood Falls Days to be held July 16th.

     Jul 21 - Population in Chase County is 3,269 for the 1982 year census.

     Albert Burton retires as the Cottonwood Falls rural mail carrier after 26 years of service.

     Jul 28 - The Chase County Fishing Lake west of Cottonwood Falls will soon be improved.

     Aug 18 - Janice Danford and Keith Glanville are united in marriage

     Sep 8 - August is dry and hot.

     Deaths: Harry F. Bender, M. V. (Bud) Welch, Sr., Gilbert L. Murdock & Mrs Harry Gamer.

     Sep 22 - Another new business has sprang up in Strong City recently. The “Cuttin’ Up Hair Salon” Bev Pinkston & Gayle Ingalls are the operators.

     Clarence McCandless of Cottonwood Falls & Ray Mason Riggs of Strong City have passed away.

     The third annual Cooper Quarter Horse Production Sale will soon be held.

     Sep 29 - A 42 original hand-embroidered block quilt is stitched by seven members of the Bazaar Ladies Aid. Mrs Ted (Louise) Scott drew the scenes for the quilt.

     Oct 6 - Marijuana plants estimated at value of around $40,000 was burned in cultivated field near Cedar Point by the Sheriff.

     Deaths: Robert L. (Bob) Carrier, Lelah Opal Miller, Perry G. Entz, and Eugene Warner Hayden.

     Oct 13 - Carol Jean Rausch and James Douglas Cahoone are wed.

     Oct 20 - The Elmdale Trading Post was opened this month after many weeks of reconstuction by Harold Kip & Barbara Wells and their son, Kip, and his wife, Sherry.

     Nov 3 - Frank Barr placed first in the Saddle Bronc Riding Division at the finals of the Kansas State Rodeo.

     Deaths: Wallace Rollins & Bertha May Evans.

     Nov 10 - Girl Scouts are selling calendars.

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