The Kansas Historical Society announced that 400,000 images of its collections are now uploaded to Kansas Memory. Image number 400,000 is a letter dated Aug. 30, 1918, from Miss Jennie B. Momyer to Helen McKenna Mulvane, state chairperson of the Women's Committee of the Council of National Defense. The committee coordinated women's activities and resources for national defense during World War I. The image may be viewed at kansasmemory.org/item/305559/page/29.
Kevin M. King, 31, Great Bend, was flown from Clara Barton Hospital in Hoisington to a Wichita hospital via Eagle Med air ambulance following a one-vehicle rollover around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday on East K-4 and NE 80 Ave. in Barton County. A Via Christi Medical Center spokesman said he was in good condition late Tuesday morning.
Behind the green curtain is where my world began to end. It was where my innocence was forever washed away in a porcelain pan filled with developer. Grainy images brought into strong relief on white paper that would become forever etched on my soul.
May 27, 2014|
Michael Reagan and Jerome Elam
RUSSELL - David Martin Mai, Jr., 84, died on May 19, at the Russell Regional Hospital. David was born on March 20, 1930, in Hays, the son of David, Sr. and Christine (Kerbs) Mai. He grew up in Gorham, and attended school at the Center School District #63. He met, fell in love and was united in marriage to Emma Jean Gosser on Aug. 8, 1949, in Hays, at the Trinity Lutheran Church. From this union David and Jean were blessed with 4 children, 3 sons Michael, Randall and Mark and daughter Robin. David worked as a heavy equipment operator for ...
HUMBOLDT - Anna Mae "Anne" Tinkler of Humboldt, passed away on May 21 at Diversicare of Chanute. She was born Anna Mae Nickey on Dec. 1, 1922, in Haxtun, Colo., the daughter of Carl A. and Agnes Mae (Hulse) Nickey.
LYONS - Maxine Idell Battershell, 95, died May 22 at Good Samaritan Center, Lyons. She was born Jan. 29, 1919, at Larned, to the Rev. Thomas F. and Lelia Goforth Swanson. She graduated from Stafford High School, and from Beauty College in Hutchinson in 1939. She married Lee Howard Battershell on Aug. 12, 1943, at Lyons. He died July 17, 1967. A longtime Lyons resident, formerly of Sterling and Erie, she was owner and operator of Maxine's Beauty Shop for over 50 years.