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LSHS Class of 1957
Vol X # 10 October 2012
Ed Heinlein, E IC Emeritus and our “Fearless Leader”
This month’s photo will be of special interest to those of you that came into LSHS from Hazel Grove Elementary. I was contacted recently by a current teacher at H.G. asking if I might help her with a project she was planning for her students this fall. They are making a video presentation of the history of Hazel Grove School and, since my Dad was Superintendent there when the “then new” building was built in 1940 and his grandfather started up the very first Hazel Grove School in 1860, she hoped my Dad might have left behind some usable information and/or pictures. Below is one of the newspaper articles that we dug up. Another interesting point for the Class of ’57, you will see that H. T. Jones, our Bob Jones’s father, was clerk on the Board of Education at that time. I remember the Jones’ family being very active at the school back in the early ‘40s and, even though I was only 3-4 years old at the time, I remember playing with Bob on the playground there. In fact, that is where HE BIT ME! He kept reminding me of that all through high school.
Photo of the Month
My sister, Georgeanne, and I were invited to come to the school and visit with the “Aspire Group” of 6th graders that are working on the project, which we did on September 18th. They really made us feel like VIP’s … 3 very polite students met us at the front door and guided us thru the halls to the library where the rest of the class and teacher were waiting for us. There were about 20 kids; very polite and showed real interest. A couple of them were operating video cameras and, 2 or 3 more, still cameras. We took them some pictures of our Dad at that time of his life and a picture of his grandfather, James Moss Prewitt, as well as some old papers we had found in our Dad’s “old school papers” box. We were joined by a couple of 1940 students that attended Hazel Grove when the “new school” opened, Bob and Ann (Quinn) Bergen. As Ed would say, “it was a hoot!” These students are really on the ball. They asked us questions like “what did you wear to school back then?” and “did you have a cafeteria lunch?” Georgeanne answered this last question. She told them that they did have a cafeteria and if they cleaned their plate they would get a gold star by their name on the wall. She said one thing they served a LOT of was breaded tomatoes … she hated them, but always ate them so she could get her gold star. From that answer on, she was fair game. Every time we turned around, one of the students mentioned her breaded tomatoes! That got to be the joke of the day. The kids really had fun with it; I think most of them had never heard of breaded tomatoes before.
And after our session, another 3 students gave us a guided tour thru the school.
(Plate on shelf in Library)
The gym still has the old wood floor (refinished nicely) and the old entrance doors. Georgeanne and I had lunch that day at Neighbor’s Café and ran into Lee Ann (Smith) Beard & her family … a great surprise! Then we stopped by the LS Tribune office to meet Linda (Quick) Ahern, a younger LSHS grad from the ‘60s, who has become a good friend thru Facebook, but we’d never met in person. I always feel at home in Lee’s Summit !!
The following history is taken from the Lee’s Summit R-7 website . . .
History – 1949 to Today
The Lee’s Summit School District was reorganized in 1949 when 16 rural elementary districts combined with the Greenwood School District and the Lee’s Summit City School District. These rural districts included High Mound, Cedar Hill, Hazel Grove, Maple Grove, Colbern, Lone Oak, Oakland, Cyclone, Center Point, Wright, Tennyson, Woodland, Hazel Dell, Tarsney and Mason. In 1949, the school district totaled a little over 1,200 students. Today, close to 17,500 students attend our school district. Reorganized School District No. 7 — more commonly known as the Lee’s Summit R-7 District — now includes 18 elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, the Summit Ridge Academy (alternative school), Great Beginnings Early Education Center and Summit Technology Academy. Lee’s Summit Elementary School is located in downtown Lee’s Summit and is one of our most historic schools. It sits on the site of the 1907 Lee’s Summit High School building. This same location was also once home to an elementary school, built in 1922. The current elementary building was constructed in 1955, and additions were built in 1955 and 1958. A 2002 bond issue funded an addition and renovation at the school. Hazel Grove Elementary is located on the district’s northwest side and sits next to Unity Village. The school was built in 1940 on land donated by Unity. A new wing was added in 1951. A 1999 bond issue funded an addition at the school. Greenwood Elementary School, located in the city of Greenwood in the district’s far southern portion, was one of several schools already in existence when the district reorganized in 1949. The original building was constructed as a high school and grammar school. The building has been here since 1910 and additions were completed in 1965 and 1978. A 2002 bond issue funded an addition and renovation at Greenwood. Mason Elementary School is located on the district’s far eastern side just north of Lake Lotawana, an older lake community. The original Mason building was constructed in 1942 with additions built in 1951, 1956, 1965 and 1978. A large addition was completed in 2000. Lee’s Summit High School is located near downtown Lee’s Summit just off highway 50′s eastern outer road. Building B, located farthest from the highway, houses freshmen and sophomores. It was constructed in 1963. Building A, home to juniors and seniors, was constructed in 1951. This building opened its doors in January 1953, and the first graduating class at this school was June 1953. The Fieldhouse, constructed in 1963-64, and the Performing Arts Center, built in 1979, are located between the two divisions. A major addition, including a lecture hall, was completed during the 2000-01 school year, and a 2002 bond issue funded additional renovation at the school.
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ If any of you Hazel Grove “students” have more information about the old school, please send it to me and I will forward it on to the teacher to be used in their history presentation. They appreciate all the help they can get … pictures would be wonderful!
An update from our “fearless leader” Ed Heinlein
This month I am extremely late in writing this effort. I am certain that, when I die, if (when?) I am sent Down instead of Up, I will be sent over to a group assigned to writing a book entitled Seven Secrets of Highly Ineffective Procrastinators. It won’t be long before the group realizes just how autobiographical such an effort would be for me! You will remember that Miss Wiltsee taught us to avoid using the word “I” to start a sentence, as it might make us seem to be egotistical. This evening I beg Miss W. to grant me an “unless it’s necessary” exception. You see, this month’s blub is ALL about me. Well, not exactly Me per se; rather, I want to share some thoughts I have about the Class’s Scholarship. Although it never was intended to be so, I have heard that some Classmates who felt that they could not support the grant to a highly deserving LSHS graduate because it honored only one of the Class, not all. I believe differently. I think it is a memorial scholarship in several ways. It certainly memorializes Paul, a man who deserves to be remembered for what and how he used that which he learned at LSHS to help others. It memorializes members of the Class just by its title: “The Class of 1957’s …” Now de facto, it gives us (and, thank God, everybody who contributes to it. about 42 % of the donations come from outside donors, including members of other LSHS classes and friends.) I also use the Fund to memorialize my friends, Classmates and others when they pass on . I make a donation each time a Classmate dies; my donation is noted, “in memory of…” . This is a very personal thing, giving me one more chance to say, “Goodbye” to fallen Classmates. I can do so with complete anonymity, as I know neither my name nor the amount of my gifts will be published. The Scholarship also memorializes the tradition of excellence and spirit of this now nationally known high school – tradition and spirit which we helped start, according to our good friend and hero, Jim Brockman. And, as well, it memorializes the students who receive our award. Jim supported our Scholarship; the first donor and, also, was among the top five donors to it! (Look out, now, here comes the commercial!) We have most recently lost four neat, important, worthy people: Bobbie Andes, Ted Atkins, Jim Barrows and Jim Brockman. It is my hope that the dearth of donations so far “in memory” of these fine folks is due to the procrastination of many like me. (I sent my donations in the names of these four just yesterday!) We have so far received only eight donations in memory of Jim Brockman, six of which came from outside the Class!
Arise, fellow procrastinators!!!!!!!
From Sharon’s Kitchen . . .
¼ cup thousand island salad dressing 24 slices party rye bread 1 ½ cups chopped sauerkraut, well drained
1/2 lb. thinly sliced corned beef 4 oz. sliced Swiss cheese
Tip: These can be made up to 2 hours ahead. Prepare and place on cookie sheet; cover with foil and refrigerate. Remove foil and bake as directed below. Heat oven to 400 degrees. Spread about ½ teaspoon dressing on each slice of bread; top each with slice of corned beef and about 1 tablespoon sauerkraut. Cut cheese to fit bread; place over sauerkraut. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes or until cheese is melted. Makes 24 appetizers.
CHILI CHEESE DIP
1 8oz pkg cream cheese, softened ½ cup chunky salsa 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese, divided 1 16oz. can chili beans, undrained
3 Tbls sliced green onions 3 Tbls sliced pitted black olives Tortilla chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine cream cheese and salsa and spread in bottom of 9-inch pie plate. Sprinkle with ½ cup of the cheese. Spread chili beans over shredded cheese. Top with remaining shredded cheese, sliced green onions and olives. Bake for 15-20 minutes until mixture is thoroughly heated and cheese is melted. Serve with tortilla chips
CHERRY BLISS BROWNIES
1 19.5oz pkg brownie mix ½ cup vegetable oil 3 eggs, lightly beaten ¼ cup water 1 8oz cream cheese, softened 5 Tbsp butter, softened
1/3 cup sugar 2 egg, lightly beaten 2 Tbsp all-purpose flour ¾ teas. vanilla 1 21oz. can cherry pie filling
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl prepare brownie mix according to package directions using oil, eggs, and water. Spread batter in a 9”x13” greased pan; set aside. Beat cream cheese and butter in large bowl until fluffy. Add sugar. Beat in additional 2 eggs, flour, and vanilla. Drop spoonsful of mixture over brownie batter in pan. Use a knife to gently cut through batters to create a marble pattern. Spoon cherry pie filling over top and bake for 50 to 60 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Cool completely before serving.
Obituary . . .
Richard LeRoy Barrows LSHS ’57
Lee and his family
This message was shared with us by Larry Beary, a very good friend of Lee’s thru the years: Lee passed in his sleep on Friday morning, 9-28-2012. He was with family and had visited with many friends. There are no ceremonies as he donated his body to the willed body program in Dallas. He believed that even in death, he could help another! They picked him up promptly and will return his ashes in 24 months for burial or disbursement. He had been in the care of Mission Hospice and needed for nothing. They met all of his comfort needs. Thanks for your love and friendship. Kathy And here is an outline of Lee’s life, as well as memories of his friend Larry . . .
“The Life & Times of Richard LeRoy Barrows” written by Larry Beary This story is my recollection of Lee’s life from my friendship perspective. Lee was my ever, ever best friend from grade school in KC. It was probably the year that I went to 13 different schools in one year when I met him. Lee then moved to Lee’s Summit and lived out of town just off of 10E at the outskirts of town. Down the road and just across the tracks was a small place on the left. That is where he went to school. His mom was remarried to Harvey Keeble in which Marie bore 2 children… Dale and Sandy… Sandy being the oldest and Dale the youngest. Dale was the first to pass away very young. Sandy passed away many years later. Harvey was a sickly type of person and I remember him not doing much around the place except watch baseball. Marie took care of Sandy’s Children and she had quite a few, mostly half-brothers & sisters. After graduation Lee went his way and I went my way. We both joined the Army; I joined on April 7th 1958 after graduation. I went to Basic and wound up in Canada for two winters and a summer, and after discharge I got drafted for another year and went to Fort Bragg North Carolina. Lee was stationed in Alaska for most of his service. He was there less than 2 years I would guess. He married an Eskimo native and they homesteaded a section of land, I think was 360 Acres. He built a log cabin for them to live in and they had one child. Before the 18 months was over that they had to live on the land, Lee was transferred out. I think Anchorage or outside of Anchorage is where he was stationed and his Homestead was. He gave the land to his wife and came back to the USA. While stationed there Lee drove a large tow truck and on one of his outings he drove it off into a crevice; the accident killed his co-driver. After getting out of the truck he was rescued, the co-driver was gotten out and the truck was left in the crevice. (It is probably still there in the ice somewhere up North in Alaska) One time while we were still in school, Lee had a motorcycle and was clocked at over 100 miles an hour going down the highway toward Harrisonville. I think that was 71 Highway Bypass back then. Boy times have really changed. My last trip back, nothing was the same. It made me very sad. I never saw one person I knew from living there. My Great-Grandfather, Walter Scott Coalbank, has a house he built there, just off of 10E in town about one and a ½ blocks, that is on the Historical Record. After school and service we parted and went different ways for many years. Found him again in Oakland, California, where I stayed with him and his friend and family when I moved up from LA riding on a 40 foot tractor & trailer. We had both bought Harley’s and rode all over the country together. Then I moved on and went to Port Orchard, Washington, and bought a place, did some appliance work and became a Carpenter Apprentice Instructor at Olympic College for a total of 21 years.
Well, Lee moved on also and wound up in San Diego driving a truck again. He married a lady named LeAnn; they had two children. A boy, Larry, named after me and the girl, I think Ann Marie, after the wife Ann and Lee’s mother Marie. Ann became a dancer in the night clubs around San Diego and knew most of the Navy boys there. So Lee was back on the road driving long haul to Texas and many other southern states. It was during this time he met another trucker named Dee. They started to drive driver and co-pilot and eventually got married and bought a place in Grandbury, Texas. They had a very happy marriage for many, many years. I’m not sure how many. Lee had a job now of driving a concrete truck and eventually hurt his back enough that he had to quit driving. He retired and it wasn’t long after that Dee passed away. She donated her body to Science and Lee also signed up to do the same. During the time they were married, Dee & Lee met a lady that didn’t live far away from them and they became best of friends. A couple of years after Dee’s death Kathy, the close friend, asked Lee to come live with her and help keep up the place. She had a room for him of his very own. He then rented out his mobile to a nice lady and made the move. Lee had known that Kathy was a registered nurse and it really came in to play when he came down very sick. From this heart failure, he finally succumbed on September 28th in the AM 2012. He passed away in his sleep. He had Hospice with him for 2 or 3 weeks and they supplied all his needs and he never suffered. They picked up is body the same day and took it to Dallas, Texas. He leaves behind many dear friends and family. Lee had a very dear heart and often would cry about something that was close to his heart.
Goodbye my very dearest friend, I loved you as my brother. I will miss you. Sorry my friend not much to say after 73 years in my life. I know you could have filled in a lot and wrote a book of your times here on earth. But, God knows all you have done. Your best friend, and thanks from me also. Larry B
JOE D. WIX (LSHS ’58)
(from Lee’s Summit Journal Sept. 25, 2012)
Joe Donald Wix, 72, of Lee’s Summit, passed away on Sept. 24, at John Knox Village Care Center. Joe was born in Butler, on Dec. 2, 1939 to Harlen and Jo Donna (DePrett) Wix and had lived in Denver, Colorado and Grandview, before moving to Lee’s Summit in 1955. He married Phyllis Alberta Wimsatt on June 14, 1958. Joe had been an independent distributor for the R.B. Rice Sausage Company before being employed by the City of Lee’s Summit. He retired from the City of Lee’s Summit in 1995 as Chief Building Inspector after 24 years of service. After retirement, he worked part-time for the cities of Raymore, Greenwood, Lake Winnebago and Holden as Building Inspector. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Phyllis, and brother John Wix. He is survived by his son, Martin Wix of Lee’s Summit; his daughter, Margaret Wix Thomas, husband John and daughter, Paige of Independence; sister-in-law, Alice Wimsatt of Lee’s Summit; and two nieces, Cindy Hawkins of Bucker and Sara Wix of Independence. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Sept. 28 at the Langsford Funeral Home, with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery in Butler. Visitation will be Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Langsford Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Village Hospice, 400 NW Murray Road, Lee’s Summit, Missouri, 64081.
After my visit to Hazel Grove Elementary, I stopped by to see Carol Ann & Cecil Robbins; I can’t ever go to L.S. without stopping by there! Cecil looked great; you’d never know he had a problem. . .always in good spirits and full of stories to tell. I told him I didn’t remember him being such an ornery little kid! AND they just celebrated another anniversary. Their doors are always open to ol’ friends stopping by to visit.
Here’s a health update from Louise (Bernard ’59) Hobbs on her granddaughters . . .
Here are our "girls" about a month old......doing much better and Mom and Dad are getting into the routine - LOVING IT!!! They are so precious (naturally we're a LITTLE biased...). Thanks for all the prayers and support....it was and is GREATLY appreciated. Happy Birthday to all the October people. Louise
And from the mailbox . . .
A message from Joyce (Allen ’58) Hook; apparently there was some confusion regarding the story last month in the Safety Patrol section of the NL . . .
I decided I better let you know that the Wal-Mart thing did not happen to me. It was just a forward. Carol Ann just called me and we had a good laugh. She sounded so good. Joyce
Sorry if anyone else read it the wrong way. Many times I show a story coming to me from a friend, but it won’t necessarily have originated from that person. Usually just one of those cute or informative email forwards. I’ll try to be more careful next time!
Looks like the word of our newsletter is getting around. I received the following message from Patty (Patterson ’56) Iseman . . . I have been meaning to email you and have you add me to your list. Joe Rittman forwards it to me or I see it on Facebook. I also want to tell you what a wonderful job you are doing with it. It is really great to see what is going on with people you went to school with and you do an outstanding job of passing that on. It also has it's very sad moments such as Ted Atkins, but I guess that is to be expected as we get older. It is funny how you remember things, but one thing I remember about you, Georgeanne and I was when your dad took us to Raytown to sell something door to door (I can't remember what is was), but I made enough money to buy a tennis racket. We used to go to the city park and play tennis. They even had lights on the court after dark. I wonder who turned them on and off? Do you remember that? Keep up the good work................. Patty (Patterson) Iseman Always good to hear from ol’ friends from the past!
From Karen Winterowd . . .
Marilyn - do you remember Margaret Ann Rolls from high school & LS? She was my "pledge mother" at Wm Jewell. She has been living in Athens, Ga. for some time. A great vocalist, musician & teacher. Seems to have had a great life & recently remarried.
marriage trip to Hawaii . . .
Yes, I remember Margaret (LSHS ’55) very well, as I’m sure most of you do. Her Dad was our “Manor Man” … delivered bread and goodies to our door. I sent Margaret an email and asked permission to publish the photo above; here’s her reply . . . “I'm thrilled to hear from you. You certainly have my permission to publish the pics. & note. I have kept my name (Johansen). Just too old to change at this late date. My husband's name is Ken Atterberry. He's originally from Ill. Please add me to your newsletter list. What a great way to learn of our former classmates. I admire you for this undertaking. Thank you for writing. Fondly, Margaret
As I said before . . . Always good to hear from ol’ friends from the past! Thanks, Karen!
A very small picture, but BIG FUN during lunch at Olive Garden recently for six girls from ’58 . . . Linda Stark, Bonnie Muckey, Linda Cornelius, Jolene Abell, Carol Ann Downing and Lila Warren. I’m told they had a great time together again! Notice I used their high school names; that’s how I remember them And another small photo … sorry, but just can’t make them any larger without being way too blurry. If you look closely tho, you will recognize Bob Hoke, Leonard Jones and Cecil Robbins. They had a great visit, I’m told, when Bob and Leonard stopped by. Since losing two of their “Angel buddies” ( Fred & Ted), I’m sure they reminisced over a lot of cool memories from LSHS days.
Dee Ann & Ed Herde have settled into North Fort Myers, Fla. Here’s her message to all:
Dear Family and Friends, The Lord is good! We ask Him for guidance in finding a new home. The Lord provided us with two Christian real estate agents - we consider friends. August 8th we closed on our Raintree Lake home and October 8th we will close on our new house. Herons Glen is in a large gated area with many amenities. We like having a restaurant in the clubhouse. Yes all the houses kinda look alike and everyone has a golf cart - it's two miles from the gate to our house. We have missed finding it twice so far! Our address will be on Oct. 8th Ed and Dee Ann Herde 3415 Via Montana Way North Fort Myers, Florida 33917-8113 Come see us - use our cell phones: Ed 816-510-1948 Dee Ann 816-591-7869 We have to call the gate to let you in. We will be busy next week and for many days uncrating our things. Turning a house into our home is a challenge in our old age! We are about eight miles from the gulf and bridges everywhere. The clouds are so unusual - Ed is taking pictures! We have found a small church four miles from our home that we are attending. Going there is like stepping back in time. Old hymns we know - Bible teaching and great people. Thanks to all of you that prayed for us. Come on down. The snow-birds are beginning to return. We join all of you in prayer for our nation. In Christ, Dee Ann and Ed
Oh, it’s soooo nice when some classmates actually respond to my pleas for NL input. I received this picture via email from Don Rittman; he said that he remembered I had asked, back in a previous NL, for Halloween photos to publish in October.
I replied back to him, saying “You’ve GOT to tell me more about this photo!” Next thing I knew my phone was ringing. Yes, it was Donnie. The photo was taken at a neighborhood bar where he hangs out (Cheers??); instead of purchasing one of those expensive Halloween costumes, he made his own. Bought the black t-shirt, cut the hole in front (yes, that is his belly you see), and painted the face on his own belly. He said he took a wire coat hanger, bent and stitched it around the hole to hold it in place. How creative! And, if you are interested in knowing just who the pretty little gal next to him is, I did ask … she’s one of the bartenders at the establishment in her cheerleading costume.
Speaking of Halloween costumes, I just have to add this picture that came to me on Facebook; some of you may have seen it … too cute! This kid’s parents built his Halloween costume around his wheelchair.
Nice note from Carol Berry after receiving the “Special Edition” honoring Mr. Brockman: Marilyn, Thank you for sharing this information which I am sure has brought comfort for the many of us who have had the privilege of being a small part of this dear man's life. He was a principal, mentor, friend and guide for many of us as we sought to prepare ourselves for the life outside of high school. Thanks also to Jim for sharing with each of us so that we could feel a part of Mr. Brockman's day of Celebration. Carol Berry
An update from Margaret (Davis ’57) Offen . . .
We went to Pomme de Terre for a few days on vacation. Didn't catch much fish (3) but we did go to Springfield to visit my aunt and pick up a 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 she gave me with 92,000 miles on it. It's really a beauty. Tom has done some work to it, needs to adjust the carb, etc. When he gets that fixed, it will run like a top. It's really a big car. We will probably sell it after my aunt passes (she's 93) but until then, we will keep it in tip top shape. Tom hurt his back again and we had to go to VA to get more shots in his back and he is doing okay now. My son, Rick, finally got a good job after 3 years of looking and just loves it. He is in sales and is doing a fantastic job. Now if he could find a good woman, my prayers would be answered before I leave this world. ***** PLEASE have everyone who is going to the gtg with Ed on Saturday, the 27th of October, get back to me no later than October 20th. email@example.com 816-868-9085 It will be at the Lakewood Oaks Golf Club, 651 NE Saint Andrews Cr, L.S. Drinks at 6:30 and dinner at 7:00. If you see any problems in the time, let me know. Hope we have a good turn out for him. Nothing much more to write so will close for now. Take care, Margaret
Lee’s Summit High School Tiger football player Corbin Berkstresser now starting QB for the Mizzou Tigers . . .
2011 SEASON Took a redshirt to further learn the Tiger spread attack and develop physically ... Was very impressive throughout fall camp as well as during the season in working with the offense. 2012 OUTLOOK Highly-regarded signal caller who got invaluable experience during the spring period, as he ran the #1 offense for most of camp after incumbent starter James Franklin was out with injury ... Showed a good grasp of the Tiger offense, and was named the team's most improved QB for the spring In High School, Corbin was ranked by Rivals.com as the nation's No. 16 pro-style quarterback, as well as the No. 3 overall player at any position to come out of the state of Missouri in the Class of 2011 ... Won 1st-Team All-State honors as a senior.
Safety Patrol …
I had one of those solicitation phone calls the other day, this one from the Firefighters’ Assn. It wasn’t the usual “we need your $$” conversation. He was a very friendly young man (at least he was friendly, and SOUNDED young). He asked for my support only one time and not in a begging tone. Then he started a conversation about smoke detectors and changing the batteries on a regular basis. I told him we DO have smoke detectors and I always change the batteries when I put up my Christmas tree. I thought a regular occasion like that helped me remember to do it and he agreed. Except, he said, we recommend that you change the batteries twice a year. Some batteries may not last a whole year. So we recommend that you change them when you change your clocks for daylight savings time. That way you are pretty much guaranteed full coverage and maximum safety, and still at a minimal cost. Sounded like a great idea to me! So now, with daylight savings time coming up on Sunday, November 4th, it’s time to get those batteries bought and sitting ready for installation. Then, at bedtime on Nov. 3rd …
…AND your batteries!!
Classmates birthdays coming in November . . .
Nov. 1 – Kevin Curran Nov. 9 – Mary Lea (Heffner) Todd Nov. 10 – John Eilert Nov. 15 – Shirlene Bernard (deceased) Nov. 18 – Lee Ann (Smith) Beard Nov. 24 – Emory Fetters (deceased) Nov. 29 – Jim Todd (deceased)
Submit your news to . . .
Marilyn (Prewitt) Williams 4248 N Drury Ave Kansas City, MO 64117 (816)437-9422; cell (620)224-6623 firstname.lastname@example.org
And hopefully, make it good news; I just hate having so many obituaries to report
This month I’ve added a couple of “In Memory Of” lines to the Memorial Scholarship donation form below, since I’ve had so many obituaries to report the past month or two. Please feel free to add as many more lines as you want. This is our way to say … one more time … how much we will miss these folks. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PAUL D. COVERDELL CLASS OF 1957 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND DONATION Donor Information Name ___________________________________ Class Year _______ Street___________________________________________________ City/State/Zip ____________________________________________ Phone ______________ Email Address __________________________
Please make your tax-deductible check payable to: Coverdell Scholarship Fund
In Memory Of______________________ Comments:________________________________ In Memory Of______________________ Comments:________________________________ In Memory Of______________________ Comments:________________________________ In Memory Of______________________ Comments:________________________________ [ ] Check is enclosed [ ] Payment by Credit Card: Amount $__________________
Card #________________ Card Type__________________ Exp.Date___________ Signature ____________________________________________________________
Mail to: LS Educational Fdn, 301 NE Tudor Rd, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086-5702
or donate online at www.lsedfoundation.com
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