SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS

BIRTHS

Transcribed by Jim Laird unless otherwise noted

MALIN, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Malin of this city are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday, September 26. Mr. and Mrs. Malin have two boys, and this is the first girl in the family. Mrs. Malin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heath, pioneer residents of Seward County. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 27, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MALONE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Malone who live at the Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line station, northeast of the city, are the parents of a son born at the Morrow hospital this morning, December 8. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 8, 1937)

MANSFIELD, LINDA LEE

Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Mansfield of Tula Vista, California, on July 25. Mrs. Mansfield is the former Esther Hodges and graduated from Liberal High School with the class of 1938. The baby has been given the name Linda Lee. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, August 4, 1940)

MARTINEZ, JOHN CISSTINO

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez of Liberal, a son, Sunday, April 23. The baby has been named John Cisstino. Mr. Martinez is employed on the Rock Island. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, April 27, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MARTZ, CHARLES RAY

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martz of this city are the parents of a son born at their home on North Pennsylvania avenue Wednesday, December 4. The baby has been named Charles Ray. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, December 6,1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MASON, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mason, 614 North Missouri, are parents of a daughter born yesterday at Epworth hospital. Mr. Mason is an employee of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, January 11, 1954)

MATKIN, SON

Announcement has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralfe Matkin of Amarillo, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Matkin formerly lived here, he being a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Matkin. This is Mr. and Mrs. Matkin's first grandson and the entire family is highly elated over the arrival. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, August 11, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MAYFIELD, MICHAEL SHAWN

Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mayfield, 2005 Thirty-Ninth St., Lubbock, Tex., are parents of a son born this morning at West Texas hospital in Lubbock. The baby, whose weight was ten pounds, twelve and a half ounces, has been given the name Michael Shawn. Mrs. Mayfield, the former Patsy Hawk, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hawk of Liberal. Mr. Mayfield, who was with the radio station, KSCB here at one time, is announcer for station KFYO at Lubbock. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 5, 1954)

McALISTER, DELORES YVONNE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Scotland Ward McAlister of Dombey, Oklahoma, Saturday, Dec. 9, a daughter to whom the name Delores Yvonne has been given. Mrs. McAlister is the former Miss Emma Hightower. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 13, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McCLURE, CAROL JEAN

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McClure of LIberal are the parents of a daughter born Thursday, July 28. They have given the baby the name Carol Jean. Mr. McClure is in the employ of the Panhandle Eastern Company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 31, 1938)]

McCUE, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. garrett McCue, of 510 North Jordan avenue, Tuesday, May 2, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, May 3, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McCULLEY, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCulley, of Liberal, May 13, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 17, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McCUNE, BERNICE FLORENE

Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Addison McCune of Leavenworth. The baby has been named Bernice Florence. Mrs. McCune who was Miss Bernice Titus before her marriage is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Titus of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 23, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McDANIEL, RIXEY LEE

Mr. and Mrs. Morris McDaniel of this city are the parents of a son, born at Epworth hospital, Thursday, February 1. The baby has been named Rixey Lee. Mrs. McDaniel was Miss Mildred Rixey of Clayton, New Mexico before her marriage. Mr. McDaniel is with the Star Lumber Company here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, February 3, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McDONALD, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Dale McDonald, apartment 138, Lane F. Blue Bonnet Courts, are parents of a daughter born at Epworth Hospital yesterday. They have two other little daughters. Mr. McDonald is an employee of Beech Aircraft. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, March 1, 1954)

McGILL, ROGER LYNN

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGill of Moscow are the parents of a son, born at Epworth hospital, Monday, September 16. The baby has been given the name Roger Lynn. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 18, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McGLOTHLIN, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McGlothlin, 619 South New York, are parents of a daughter born yesterday at Epworth hospital. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, March 26, 1954)

McHUGH, NORMAN EUGENE

Mr. and Mrs. Don McHugh of this city are the parents of a son born at the Morrow hospital Wednesday, September 18. The baby has been named Norman Eugene. Mrs. McHugh before her marriage was Miss Ann Black, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black of Meade. Mr. McHugh is associated with his father in the Motor Parts & Supply company. Little Norman Eugene has four great-grandparents, those living here being Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McHugh. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 18, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McKESSICK, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Don McKessick of this city are the parents of a son born this morning, Thursday, November 16, at the Morrow hospital. Mr. McKissick is employed at Blakemore Bros. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, November 16, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McMULLEN, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. William McMullen of Elkhart Saturday, July 29, a daughter. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 30, 1939)

McVEY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin McVey who live at 108 South Grant avenue, are the parents of a daughter born Monday, July 18. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 20, 1938)

MEADE, LARRY DON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Meade of this city Wednesday, May 8, a son, whom they have named Larry Don. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, May 9, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MERRITT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Merritt of Ulysses are the parents ofa daughter born at Epworth hospital, Thursday, Spetmeber 21. Mr. Merritt is in the employe of the Phillips Petroleum company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MERRITT, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born this morning, May 24, to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Merritt of this city. Mr. Merritt is with Merritt's Radiator Shop. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, CAROLINE VEE

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller of this city are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, March 27. She has been named Caroline Vee. Mr. Miller is emlpoyed at the Ideal Bakery. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, March 28, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Miller of Hooker, Okla., are parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital this morning. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, January 5, 1954)

MILLER, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Liberal are the proud parents of a daughter born Thursday, April 11. Mr. Miller is employed at the Woolwine Supply company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, April 12, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Miller at Jackson, Mississippi, Saturday, April 13. Mr. Miller, who grew to manhood here is the second son of Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Miller, of this city. The baby is a great granddaughter of Mrs. Rufus Farrell of Liberal. Mrs. Miller who was Miss Iris Hubbart before her marriage was a nurse at Epworth hospital. Mr. Miller has a good position with the Stanolind Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, April 15, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, JESSE WALTER

The name Jesse Walter, has been given to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller of 14 miles west of Liberal on November 9. The baby is named for his two grandfathers, Jesse Lofland of west of Liberal and Walter Miller of the Bethel community. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 15, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, PATRICIA ANN

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller of Moscow Friday, September 9, at Epworth hospital, a daughter, to whom the name Patricia Ann has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 11, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller of Satanta at Epworth hospital Friday, June 23, a son. Mrs. Miller is a daughter of Mrs. Rosa Neill of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 25, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLS, RICKEY DON

Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Mills, Route 3, are parents of a son, Rickey Don, born at Epworth hospital yesterday. This is their third child. Mr. Mills is engineer for Northern Natural Gas Company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, March 15, 1954)

MILLS, SON

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mills, Jr., of this city are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Tuesday. Mrs. Mills the former Miss Gladys Parsons, was employed at the Southwest Telephone Company here. Mr. Mills is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mill, Sr., and is associated with his father in the produce business. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, September 11, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLSAP, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Millsap of Liberal, Monday, April 26, a daughter. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, April 28, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MOBERLY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moberly of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, Saturday, July 29. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 30,1939)

MOORE, MICHAEL

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore of this city are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Wednesday, May 8. The baby has been named Michael. Mrs. Moore, the former Miss Margaret Colvin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Colvin of this city, and Mr. Moore is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Moore of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 8, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MORFORD, WILMA LOUISE

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Morford of Hugoton, are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday August 16, to whom they have given the name Wilma Louise. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 24, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MORPHIS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. George Morphis of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born Friday, June 28. Mr. Morphis is employed at the Rock Island. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 30, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MORRIS, GARY FREDERICK

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morris of this city are the parents of a son born Sunday, December 3. Mr. Morris is employed at the Blakemore Bros. warehouse. The baby has been given the name Gary Frederick. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 6, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MOSS, EDITH LORENE

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moss of Kismet are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday, August 27, at the home of Mrs. Moss's mother, Mrs. Willie Kiddoo at Kismet. They have named the baby Edith Lorene. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 28, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MOTTER, LOIS JANE

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Motter of Hooker, Oklahoma are the parents of a daughter born at the Morrow Hospital Friday, June 4. The baby has been named Lois Jane. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 6, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MURPHY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, July 6. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 7, 1940)

MYERS, DAUGHTER

Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Myers of Pratt. Mrs. Myers the former Evelyn Feather is a daughter of Mrs. W. H. Feather and sister of Mrs. M. L. Hays of Liberal and was employed in the First National bank here at one time. Mr. Myers who was with the Malone Drug company while here is with the Roberts Hotel Pharmacy at Pratt. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, February 9, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MYRIK, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Myrik, of Liberal are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, May 18. Mrs. Myrick is the former Bonnie Crispens. Mr. Myrick is emlpoyed on the Anthony ranch north of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, May 21, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NEESE, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Neese of this city are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday August. 2. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, August 3, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NICHOLS, SHELIA

Announcement comes from Lawrence of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William T. Nichols on February 5. The baby has been given the name Shelia. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols are former residents here. Mrs. Nichols who was Miss Martha Trosper (?) before her marriage, taught in the Liberal school. Mr. Nichols, who was the Liberal News here, is interested in the Kansas Color Press at Lawrence. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, February 11, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NICHOLS, SON

Announcement has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nichols of Laramie, Wyoming, Mr. Nichols who is the eldest son of Mrs. Osa Nichols of this city, and who spent his boyhood here, is with the United States bureau of mines at Laramie. This is Mrs. Osa Nichols' first grandson. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 14, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NICKERSON, JAMES DENNIS

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nickerson of Forgan, Oklahoma, are the parents of a son born Tuesday, July 16. The baby has been named James Dennis. Mrs. Nickerson was Miss Ileen Trumbull before her marriage. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NORRIS, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. George E. Norris, who live on South Pershing avenue, Saturday, December 24, a son. Mr. Norris is employed at the Rock Island. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 25, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NORRIS, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Norris who live at 450 North Pennsylvania avenue, Tuesday, March 26a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, March 27, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NORRIS, WILLIAM DEAN

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kreston Norris of Liberal April 10, a boy whom they named William Dean. Mrs. Norris was Dorothy Jean King before her marriage. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, April 14, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NOVINGER, DALE LEON

A son, which has been given the name Dale Leon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vance Novinger, at Epworth Hospital in Liberal, Tuesday, October 8. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, October 17, 1929)

OLSON, LARRY EVERETT

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olsen, of this city, Thursday, July 21, a son to whom the name Larry Everett has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 24, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PACKER, STANLEY ROBERT

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Packer of northwest of Liberal are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Sunday, December 29. The baby has been named Stanley Robert. Mrs. Packer the former Edna Brown is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, December 31, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PARKER, RICHARD E.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Parker, 404 Baughman, are parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital yesterday. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Parker moved to Liberal about seven months ago from Oklahoma City, he being with the National Supply Company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, December 31, 1953)

PARMELEE, LONNIE DeLOSS

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Parmelee of this city, Friday, November 8, a son, to whom the name Lonnie DeLoss has given. Mrs. Parmelee is the former Miss Margaret Palmer. Mr. Parmelee is employed at Traders grocery. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 10, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PARSONS, ROGER NOEL

An announcement of interest to many Liberal friends, is that of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Parsons at the California hospital in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 14. Mrs. Parsons, the former Miss Katherine Sealey, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sealey, of 221 Cedar Court, Montebello, California, for a number of years residents of Liberal. The baby who has been named Roger Noel Parsons is a great grandson of C.A. Sealey of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, January 19, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PATTERSON, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. Oscar Patterson, seventeen miles west of Liberal, August 22, a nine pound boy. (Liberal Democrat, August 24, 1922, transcribed by P. T.)

PATTERSON, TEDDY DUANE

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Patterson of north of Liberal are the parents of a son born Wednesday, October 19, at the home of Mrs. Gertie Farmer in this city. Mrs. Patterson is the former Vera Harnden, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harnden of northeast of Liberal. The baby has been named Teddy Duane. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, October 20, 1938)

PEACOCK, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Peacock of Liberal are the proud parents of a son born Saturday, July 27. Mr. Peacock is employed on the A. Bozarth farm. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, Juy 28, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PECK, SANDRA SUE

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle S. Peck, who live west of Liberal in Stevens county are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Thursday, October 5. The baby has been named Sandra Sue. Mrs. Peck, the former Leota Rennick is a daughter of G. W. Rennick of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 8, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PENNINGTON, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pennington, of this city, at Epworth hospital, November 18, a son. Mr. Pennington is an employee of the Hettic and Woltman Electric Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 20, 1938)

PERKINS, CLAYTON PEARL

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins of this city September 11, to whom the name Clayton Pearl has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, September 22, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PETERS, EVEYLN CAROL

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Peters of Liberal at the Morrow hospital Tuesday, December 10, a daughter to whom the name Evelyn Carol has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 11, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PETERS, ROBERT DEAN

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Peters of Turpin, Oklahoma, are the parents of a son born at the Morrow hospital, Friday, April 12. The baby has been named Robert Dean. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, April 14, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PETERSON, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson of Hugoton at Epworth hospital December 25, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 28, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PFEIFER, ESTHER ANNE

The baby daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pfeifer of Rolla at Epworth hospital recently, has been given the name Esther Anne. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 20, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PILE, VERA ELAINE

Friends have received announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Rees Pile of Tribune on February 19. The baby has been named Vera Elaine. Mr. Pile is a former resident of the Superior neighborhood northeast of the city his parents being pioneer ranch people on the Cimarron. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, March 30, 1939,transcribed by Jim Laird)

PINKERTON, PATRICIA ANN

A daughter that has been given the name of Patricia Ann was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Pinkerton, Tuesday, April 10th, 1929. The young lady weighed 8-1/2 pounds. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, April 18, 1929)

PIRRAGLIA, ORVILLE RAY

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pirraglia, 116 East Fifth, are parents of a son, Orville Ray, born this morning at Epworth hospital. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, March 17, 1954)

PITTMAN, RICHARD JOE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pittman of this city at the Morrow hospital, Sunday, October 1, a son, to whom the name Richard Joe has been given. Mrs. Pittman is the youngest daughter of H. F. Blakemore of this city. Mr. Pittman is with the Blakemore Bros. offices. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Monday, October 2, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PLATZ, TWIN DAUGHTERS

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Platz of this city are the parents of twin girls born Monday morning May 6. The babies weighing three and a half and four pounds each were taken to Epworth hospital. Mr. Platz who is with the Rock Island here is a son of Mrs. Mary Platz. Mrs. Platz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casady. The babies are great grandchildren of J. T. Billups of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, May 6, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PLEASANT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pleasant, 409 North New York, are parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital yesterday. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, February 25, 1954)

PLUM, DELORES MAE

Mr. and Mrs. John Plum of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital May 31. The baby has been named Delores Mae. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Wednesday, June 2, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

POMEROY, RICHARD DENNIS

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pomeroy of Hugoton are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Sunday, August 28. The baby has been named Richard Dennis. Mrs. Pomeroy is the former Miss Ruthy Rinehart, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rinehart of Kismet. Mr. Pomeroy is superintendent of the grade schools at Hugoton. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 31, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PORTER, WALTER LEROY

Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Porter of Kismet are the parents of a son born at the hospital at Beaver, Oklahoma, July 3. The baby has been named Walter LeRoy. Mrs. Porter is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper, who live southeast of Kismet. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, July 6, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

POTEET, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Poteet August 6, a boy. (Liberal Democrat, August 10, 1922, transcribed by P. T.)

PRATHER, JOHN FREDERICK

Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Prather of Ulysses are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Sunday, Oct. 9. They have named the baby John Frederick. Mr. Prather is superintendent of the schools at Ulysses. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, October 12, 1938)

QUEEN, WILLIAM BERT

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Queen of Liberal June 7. The baby has been given the name William Bert. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 11, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

QUIMBY, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Quimby of Hooker, Okla., are parents of a son born yesterday at Epworth hospital. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 30, 1953)

RABLES, AHOLONIA

A daughter was born Sunday, November 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rables of Hugoton. She has been given the name Aholonia. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 8, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RAINEY, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rainey, 1002 North Missouri are parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Saturday. Mr. Rainey is a carpenter here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, February 1, 1954)

RALSON, MARILYN JOY

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ralston of Liberal are the parents of a daughter, born January 20. They have named the baby Marilyn Joy. Mrs. Ralston, the former Wanda Hague is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. b. Hague. Mr. Ralston is employed at the Rock Island. (The Southwest Daily News, Wednesday, January 22, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RAMSEY, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ramsey Jr., of Hugoton, at Epworth Hospital, August 26 a daughter. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 30, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RAMSKILL, SON

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ramskill of Lyndon at Christ's hospital in Topeka, Thursday morning, May 23. Mrs. Ramskill who is the former Miss Vera Light is a daughter of Judge and Mrs. G. L. Light of Liberal and they are very happy over the arrival of their frist grandson. Mr. Ramskill is probate judge at Lyndon. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, May 23, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RASLER, GLENDA LUE

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rasler are the parents of a daughter, Glenda Lue, born October 15. Mrs. Rasler, who was Lue Rena Bush, is a former Wichita school teacher. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, October 28, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RAWLINS, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rawlins who live on North Pershing avenue, are the parents of a son born May 2. Mr. Rawlins is in the employe of the Home Oil Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, May 6, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RAY, SARAH ANN

Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray, former operators of the Coca Cola plant here, the baby having been born at Dubuque, Iowa, on December 13. She has been given the name Sarah Ann. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, January 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

REID, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny O'Dell Reid, 121 South Pershing, are parents of a son born Saturday at Epworth hospital. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Monday, April 26, 1954)

REISS, JANETTE GAYLE

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Reiss of Plains are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, November 3. They have named the baby Janette Gayle. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 6, 1938)

REMICK, NANCY LEE

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Remick of Plains are the parents of a daughter born at the Morrow hospital, Tuesday, May 2. The baby has been named Nancy Lee. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, May 3, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RHODES, GARY WAYNE

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rhodes of Kismet are parents of a son born at Epworth hospital yesterday. They have given the baby the name Gary Wayne. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 13, 1954)

RICE, ERWIN WAYNE

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rice, who live at 305 East Fifth street, are the parents of a son born, Saturday, March 30. The baby has been named Erwin Wayne. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 31, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RIGGLE, INFANT

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Claggett of Hugoton are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, Friday, September 9. Mrs. Claggett is the former Effie Riggle of Liberal. The baby arrived just two days after her little cousin, baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riggle of Hugoton at Epworth hospital. Mrs. Claggett is a sister of Mr. Riggle. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 11, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RIGGLE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Riggle of Hugoton, are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Easter Sunday, April 9. Mrs. Riggle is the former Bernice Heslel and the baby was born on her birthday anniversary. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, April 11, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RIGGLE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riggle of Hugoton are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Wednesday, Sept. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Riggle former Liberal residents have two girls this being the first boy in the family. They recently moved to Hugoton where Mr. Riggle is in charge of the meat department at the Rigle grocery. Mrs. Riggle is a daughter of Mrs. Mary Fuller of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, September 8, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RIGGS, CLARA MAE

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Riggs announce the birth of a 9 and 1/2 pound daughter born May 31. The little miss has been given the name Clara Mae. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 6, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RINDOM, ALICE JEANNE

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rindom of this city are the parents of a daughter born Thursday, June 29, at the home of Mr. Rindom's parents, Judge and Mrs. F. O. Rindom, on Noth Kansas avenue. The baby has been named Alice Jeanne, the Alice being for Mrs. F. O. Rindom. Mrs. Oscar Rindom is the former Lucille Matkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Matkin of near Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, June 30, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RINEY, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Riney of this city are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Monday, July 10. Mr. Riney who is employed at Allen's Tire Shop is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Riney of Liberal and Mrs. Riney who is the former Elsie Swafford is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Swafford of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, July 11, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RINEY, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Riney of this city are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Saturday, August 17. Mr. Riney is salesman for the Hunt Motor Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 18, 1940)

ROBINSON, MARYLYN KAY

Of interest is the announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Linn Robinson of Wichita, Saturday, April 1. The baby has been named Marylyn Kay.

Mr. Robinson a former Liberal boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Robinson of this city is book keeper for a trucking concern in Wichita. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, April 4, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROGERS, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Rogers of Liberal Tuesday, May7. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 8, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROGERS, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Aldeen Rogers of Boyd, Oklahoma, are the parents of a son, born Friday, July 26, at Epworth hospital. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 28, 1940)

ROGERS, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Rogers are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital this morning, April 15. Mr. Rogers is operator at the Rock Island. Mrs. Rogers is the former Ruby Banie. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, April 15, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RONEN, SON

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ronen of the Annex Cafe are the parents of a son born at the Morrow hospital, Thursday, January 23. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, January 24, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROSE, JOELLA

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rose, of this city are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, Monday, October 21. The baby has been named Joella. Mrs. Rose, who is the former Miss Georgie Stalcup is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stalcup of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, October 23, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROSENDALE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. John Rosendale of this city are the parents of a son born Saturday, August 5. Mr. Rosendale is empolyed at Light's Mill. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 6, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROSS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ross of this city are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday, December 5. Mr. Ross is employed at the Ross Garage. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 7, 1938)

ROSS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ross of this city are the parents of a daughter born October 2. Mr. Ross is a member of the Ross Garage firm. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 9, 1938)

ROTH, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roth of this city September 25, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 28, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROWE, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe, of this city, Tuesday, July 30. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 31, 1940)

RUSSELL, ALLEN PAGE

Mr. and Mrs. Page Russell of Hugoton are the parents of a son born at Morrow hospital August 6. The baby has been named Allen Page. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 10, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RUSTMAN, CORAL DALEEN

Liberal friends have received announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rustman of Carthage, Missouri, on December 24. The baby has been named Coral Daleen. The parents are both graduates of Liberal high school. Mrs. Rustman is the former Vivian Brown. Mr. Rustman is sthe son of E.P. Rustman, for many years manager of the J.C. Penny company store here. He is with the Penny Co. in Carthage. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, December 31, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RUTT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Rutt, of 318 North Pershing avenue are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, October 29. Mr. Rutt is with the Stanelind (?) Oil and Gas Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 1, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SALEMEY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Salemey of Hugoton are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Thrusday, November 23. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 26, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SANTEE, ELDA MAY

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Santee of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Monday, January 13. The baby has been named Elda May. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 15, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHAWO, RALPH EUGENE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schawo of near Kismet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clemmons in this city, Friday, March 22, a son. The baby has been named Ralph Eugene. Mrs. Schawo is the former Rosalie Rideneur (Ridenour?) (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 24, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHELL, SON

Mr. and Mrs. John Schell of Plains are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Friday, September 6. Mrs. Schell who was Miss Leona Swafford before her marriage is a sister of Mrs. Geo. Lambert of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 8, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHNELLBACKER, EARLINE LAVONNE

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schnellbacker of Moscow, are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, February 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Fleak on North Grant Avenue.

The baby has been named Earline Lavonne. Mrs. Schnellbacker, who was Miss Lavina Young before her marriage attended high school in Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, February 13, 1938)

SCHROEDER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Schroeder of Hooker, Oklahoma are the parents of a son born at the Morrow hospital, Friday, May 24. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, May 26, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHULL, TOMMY GENE

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schull of St. John, are the parents of a seven and a half pound boy born December 14. The baby has been named Tommy Gene. Mr. and Mrs. Schull are former Liberal residents, Mrs. Schull being the former Elsa Murdock, a daughter of J. H. Murdock. Mr. Schull is engaged in carpenter work with his father T. C. Schull at St. John. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 25, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHUPMAN, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Schupman, 358 Oak, are parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital yesterday. Mrs. Schupman, the former Mary Harding, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harding. Mr. Schupman is a carpenter here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 13, 1954)

SCOTT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott of this city are the parents of a daughter, born Wednesday, February 15. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, February 15, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCOTT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Schott of northwest of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, January 17. Mrs. Scott is the former Daisy Massie. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCOTT, SON

Dr. and Mrs. John Scott, Apartment 203, Lane 1, Blue Bonnet courts are parents of a son born yesterday at Epworth hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Scott who came to Liberal in 1951 from Wichita have two other sons and a daughter. Dr. Scott has offices with Dr. George E. Light. (The Southwest Daily Times, Saturday, February 20, 1954)

SCOTT, EDWARD JOSEPH

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Scott of the Woods community northwest of Liberal Friday, January 17, a son to whom the name Edward Joseph has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, January 19, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SEARS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Sears of this city are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, Tuesday, July 23. Mr. Sears is employed at the Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 24, 1940)

SHANK, SALLY CAROL

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shank at noon yesterday. She has been named Sally Carol. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, July 5,1938)

SHARP, GARY DEAN

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sharp, who live on North Oklahoma Avenue, are the parents of a son born July 8. The baby has been named Gary Dean. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 12, 1939)

SHEPARD, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shepard, of this city, a daughter, October 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHEPHERD, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shepherd of this city are the parents of a daughter born Thursday, Nov. 14. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHEPHERD, ROBERT DUANE

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Shepherd of Liberal are the parents of a son born August 13. They have named the baby Robert Duane. Mrs. Shepherd is the former Irene Corigan. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 20, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHOEMAKER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Shoemaker of Liberal are the parents of a son born Tuesday, November 12. Mr. Shoemaker is driver for the Riley Truck lines. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 13, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHORE, WILMA LOUISE

A daughter who has been given the name, Wilma Louise, was born Wednesday, August 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shore of Big Bow, Kansas. The Shores are former residents of Kismet. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, September 5, 1929)

SHORT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short of Plains are the parents of a daughter born at the Morrow hospital Sunday morning, Jan. 29. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, February 1, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHUCK, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Shuck, of Kismet, at Epworth hospital, Friday, January 13, a daughter. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, January 15, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHUFELBERGER, KEITH ELMER

Announcement has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Shufelberger, formerly of Liberal who live at Van Nuys, California. The baby has been named Keith Elmer. Mrs. Shufelberger is the former Roselen Zimmerman and is a former teacher of the Blue Bell School. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, June 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHUMAKER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shumaker of this city are the parents of a son born Tuesday, July 26. Mr. Shumaker is employed by the Riley Truck Lines. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 27, 1938)

SHUMATE, JOYCE CHERYL

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shumate Jr., of this city are the parents of a daughter born at the Morrow Hospital this morning, December 15. The baby has been named Joyce Cheryl. Mrs. Shumate, the former Miss Bonnie Crothers, was employed at the Hotel Warren Coffee shop before her marriage. Mr. Shumate is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Shumate of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursdsay, December 15, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SKINNER, KAREN KAY

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Skinner of Liberal at Epworth hospital, Saturday, December 17, a daughter to whom the name Karen Kay has been given. Mrs. Skinner is the former Opal Hanner. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, December 20, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SKINNER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Skinner of east of Liberal are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Monday, January 27. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, January 27, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SLOAN, SON

A son was born July 2, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sloan, of Liberal. Mr. Sloan is employed on the state highway. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 3, 1940)

SMID, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smid of this city, Friday, April 19, a son, Mr. Smid is assistant custodian at the post office. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, April 19, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMILEY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smiley of Hugoton, are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Saturday, December 18. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 19, 1937)

SMITH, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith, 725 North Grant, are parents of a daughter born yesterday at Epworth hospital. They have a little two year old son. Mrs. Smith is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Johnston of Hooker, Okla., and Mr. Smith, an employee of the Liberal Lumber Company, is a son of Mrs. Edith G. Smith of Elkhart, who is visiting in the Smith home here now. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, January 29, 1954)

SMITH, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith of Liberal, Friday, November 3, a daughter. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, DAUGHTER

Liberal friends will be interested in the announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith of Denver, Colorado, on January 7. Mrs. Smith the former Dorine Hagle is the daughter of Mrs. Ethel Hagle of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, February 6, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, JANET ELOISE

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith of this city are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, October 23. The baby has been given the name Janet Eloise. Mr. Smith is employed at the post office. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, October 24, 1938)

SMITH, JOYCE LORINE

Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith of Denver, Colorado are the parents of a daughter born November 17 to whom the name Joyce Lorine has been given. Mrs. Smith is the daughter of Mrs. Ethel Hagel, formerly of Liberal and Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Smith of the Greenough community. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, November 25, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, SON

A birth announcement of interest here, is that of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Smith of Gibbon, Nebraska on August 5. Mr. and Mrs. Smith lived in Liberal when he was manager of the Safeway store here. They now have a grocery store of their own at Gibbon. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 14, 1938)

SMITH, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Royal Smith of Ponca City, Oklahoma, are the parents of a son born Friday night, March 24. The young people are well known here. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Agnes Gunn. M. Smith, a son of Roy O. Smith of this city is assistant manager of the A. C. Houston Lumber Company at Ponca City. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 26, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, TOMMY JOE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Smith of this city at Epworth Hospital Monday, December 11, a son to whom they have given the name Tommy Joe. Mr. Smith isemployed at the Panhandle Eastern Station. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 13, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, TROY LEE

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith, Route 1, Liberal, are parents of a son born at Epworth hospital yesterday, to whom they have given the name Troy Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have to other sons, one eight and one six years of age. They are prominent farm residents southeast of Liberal and active in the Bethel Church of God. Mr. Smith's parents are Mr. and Mrs. N.M. Smith, of southeast of Liberal, and Mrs. Smith is the former Bonnie Minton, of Forgan, Okla. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 6, 1954)

SPEIGEL, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Speigel, 23-1/2 South Pershing, are parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital yesterday. This is their first child. Mr. Speigel, who is a son of Mrs. Rosa Speigel of Liberal is employed at the Liberal Produce. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, April 26, 1954)

SPRAGUE, DALE EUGENE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sprague of this city, a son named Dale Eugene, October 16, 1939. Mr. Sprague is employed with the Star Lumber Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, October 18, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STANDIFER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Standifer, 417 East Fifth, are parents of a son born at Epworth hospital yesterday. (The Southwest Daily Times, Saturday, April 17, 1954)

STEELE, PATRICIA ANN

Clever cards have been received by Liberal friends of the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steele, former residents here, who now live at Durango, Colorado, announcing the birth of a daughter, on September 16. On the card is the picture of Mr. and Mrs. Steele's first daughter, Nanette Marie, holding her baby sister, Patricia Ann. Mr. Steele, who was manager of the Nu-Style here is in a shoe store at Durango. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEWARD, DELORES ROE

Mr. and Mrs. Denny Steward announce the birth of a daughter, at the hospital in Garden City, May 11. The baby has been named Delores Roe. Mrs. Steward is the former Eileen Pinkerton. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, May 23, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEWART, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Stewart of Gray, Oklahoma, are the parents of a daughter born this morning, March 11 at Epworth hospital. Mrs. Stewart the former Miss Nell Ford is a daughter of Mrs. Ruth Ford of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, March 11, 1938)

STEWART, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Stewart of Gray, Oklahoma, are the parents of a son born Friday, November 8. Mrs. Stewart is a daughter of Mrs. Ruth Ford and a sister of Mrs. J. R. Wilhite of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 10, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEWART, THOMAS RUSSELL

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stewart of this city are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Tuesday, January 24. Mr. Stewart came to Liberal recently as county engineer for Seward county. The baby has been named Thomas Russell. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Wednesday, January 25, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STILL, PAUL OLEN

Mr. and Mrs. Olen Still of Liberal are the parents of a son born Sunday, June 11. The baby has been name Paul Olen. Mr. Still is employed at Light's Mill. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 14, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STITH, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stith, 812 North Pennsylvania, are parents of a daughter born yesterday at Epworth hospital. This is their first child. Mr. Stith, who has lived here all his life, is a truck driver for Blakemore Bros. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, December 31, 1953)

STITH, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stith of this city are the parents of a nine pound boy born Monday, September 25. Mr. Stitch is employed at the Nash-Finch Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 27, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STODDARD, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stoddard of near Hugoton are the parents of a son born Nov. 24. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 27, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STOLL, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Noah Stoll, Monday, December 16, 1929. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, December 19, 1929)

STOLL, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stoll, Apt. 313, Lane J. Blue Bonnet courts, are parents of a daughter born yesterday at Epworth hospital. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, January 22, 1954)

STOUT, JACK LYNN

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil stout, who live at the Panhandle Eastern Pipe line station northeast of Liberal, are the parents of a son, born at Epworth hospital, August 8. The baby has been named Jack Lynn. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 11, 1940)

STRUBEL, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strubel of Roswell, New Mexico, are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Friday, February 25. Mrs. Strubel is the former Helen Walker of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, February 27, 1938)

STUCK, SON

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. stuck of Liberal are parents of a son, born Saturday, July 6. Mr. Stuck is employed at the Rock Island. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 7, 1940)

STUTZMAN, GERALD GENE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stutzman of Liberal, Tuesday, June 27, a son, to whom the name Gerald Gene has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 28, 1939)

SUTTON, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Mele Sutton of Hugoton are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Wednesday, May 8. Mr. Sutton is with a pipe line company. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 8, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SWAFFORD, SHIRLEY ELIZABETH

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Swafford of northeast of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Sunday, July 7. The baby has been named Shirley Elizabeth. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 10, 1941)

SWINK. ELVA COLLEEN

Mr. and Mrs. Harrel E. Swink of Satanta are the parents of daughter born Saturday, to whom they have given the name, Elva Colleen. Mrs. Swink is the former Hazel Shuffelberger of Liberal. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Thursday, September 8, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TAYLOR, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Taylor, of Liberal this morning, Wednesday, November 22, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 22, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TEETERS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Teeters of this city are the parents of a daughter born Monday, June 7. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 9, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMAS, SANDRA KAY

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomas of this city are the parents of a daughter born at the Morrow hospital Thursday, March 14. The baby has been named Sandra Kay. Mr. Thomas is with the Ideal Feed Co. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMPSON, CHARLOTTE JEAN

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thompson of Plains are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, Friday, January 17. The baby has been named Charlotte Jean. Mr. Thompson is a farmer near Plains. (The Southest Daily Times, Sunday, January 19, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMPSON, LARRY GENE

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson of Liberal at Epworth hospital, March 26, a son, Larry Gene. Mr. Thompson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Thompson of west of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, March 28, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMPSON, LARRY GENE

Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Thompson who live at 602 North Clay avenue are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Tuesday, March 26. The baby has been named Larry Gene. Mrs. Thompson is the former Nadine Phillips. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, March 27, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMSON, ALLEN RICHARD

The son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thomson of Moscow at Epworth hospital, May 18, has been given the name Allen Richard. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMSON, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thomson of Moscow, at Epworth hospital, Thursday, May 18, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, May 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THORNBURG, LARRY SHELDON

Reverend and Mrs. Lowell Thornburg are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Tuesday, January 9. The baby has been named Larry Sheldon. Rev. Thornburg is pastor of the Lone Star Friends church northwest of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 10, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TOMLIN, SYLVIA ANN

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tomlin, who live two miles east of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, March 31. The baby has been named Sylvia Ann. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, April 1, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TOMLINSON, DAUGHTER

Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Tomlinson of this city are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital, Saturday, May 20. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, May 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TOOLE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Edward Toole of Liberal are the parents of a son born Thursday, July 13. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 16, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TRAHERN, DONNA FAYE

A daughter was born June 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Faye Trahern of Liberal. The baby has been named Donna Faye. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 28, 1939)

TRAHERN, DOUGLAS PAT

Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Trahern, Apartment 121, Lane F., Blue Bonnet Courts, are parents of a son born this morning at Epworth hospital. They have given the baby the name Douglas Pat. This is their first child. Mrs. Trahern, the former Joan Regler, was a teacher for two years in the Plains grade school and until recently was teletypesetter operator for the Southest Daily Times. Mr. Trahern who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Trahern of Kismet is employed by the Schlumberger Well Surveying Corporation. The paternal great grandparents of the baby live in Liberal, being Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Antrim, 509 North New York. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, January 26, 1954)

TRIMPA, DANE ELAINE

Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Trimpa, formerly of Liberal are parents of a daughter, Dane Elaine, born January 27, at Slaton, Texas. This is their first child. Mrs. Trimpa, the former Peggy Southern is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Southern of Tyrone, Okla. Mr. Trimpa is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trimpa of Liberal. He was with the C. R. Anthony company here before going to Slaton as manager of the Anthony store. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, January 29, 1954)

TROGDON, GARY DEAN

Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Trogdon of Adams, Oklahoma, in this city Saturday, September 23, a son to whom the name Gary Dean has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TUMAN, JACKIE LEE

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tuman of Liberal are the parents of a son born Saturday, June 24. The baby has been given the name Jackie Lee. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 25, 1939)

TUMAN, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tuman, of Liberal Sunday, July 9, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 12, 1939)

TURNER, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner, 619 West Ohio, are parents of a daughter born this morning at Epworth hospital. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, March 26, 1954)

UTZ, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Utz of Plains are parents of a son born at Epworth hospital yesterday. Mr. Utz is employed at Beech Aircraft here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, January 11, 1954)

VAUGHN, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Vaughn, of this city, this morning Friday April 28, a daughter. Mrs. Vaughn has been critically ill since the birth of the baby. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, April 28, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

VENCILL, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vencill of this city, Wednesday, April 5, a daughter. Mr. Vencill is employed by Blakemore Bros. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, April 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

VESSELS, CARLOS ROY

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Vessels of this city, Friday, June 30, a son, to whom the name Carlos Roy has been given. This is the first son in the Vessels family and there is much rejoicing over his arrival. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, June 30, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

VINE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vine of Liberal are the parents of a son born Monday, December 26. Mr. Vine is employed on the Rock Island construction. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 28, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

VOGT, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Vogt of this city, a baby boy, August 1st. (Liberal Democrat, August 3, 1922, page 3)

WAELDER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waelder, 316 West Second are parents of a son born yesterday at Epworth hospital. Mr. Waelder is field engineer for the Schlumberger Well Surveying corporation. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, February 3, 1954)

WAGGONER, DAUGHTER

Reverend and Mrs. Vincent Waggoner of Hugoton are the parents of a daughter, born at Epworth hospital Tuesday, January 2. Reverend Waggoner is pastor of the Hugoton circuit of the Methodist Church. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 3, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WALLACE, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Don Wallace of Hugoton are the parents of a daughter born October 10. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, October 13, 1938)

WALLACE, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wallace of Kismet are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday, August 15. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 16, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WALLACE, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace of Kismet Sunday, Oct. 9, a son. Mrs. Wallace is the former Miss Evelyn Mortimer. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, October 12, 1938)

WALTERS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Walters are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, July 7th, at the Roy Ferguson home. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 10, 1938)

WARDLAW, SON

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wardlaw of 916 North Kansas avenue are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital, Tuesday, September 27. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 28, 1938)

WARES, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wares of this city, are the parents of a son born this morning June 13. Mrs. Wares, the former Miss Edna Warner is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Warner of southwest Liberal. Mr. Wares is employed at the Puritian Dairy. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, June 13, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WARNER, BONNIE MAE

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Warner of this city are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Tuesday, December 19. The baby has been named Bonnie Mae. Mr. Warner is employed at the Rock Island here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 20, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WARREN, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Warren, 429 South New York, are parents of a son born at Epworth hospital yesterday. They have two other sons and a daughter. Mr. Warren who is with the Warren Construction Co., is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Warren of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily News, Saturday, February 6, 1954)

WATSON, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Watson who live in the Greenough community southeast of Liberal are the parents of a nine pound boy born at the hospital at Beaver, Oklahoma, August 22. Mr. and Mrs. Watson formerly lived in Liberal, he being with the K-T Oil corporation at that time. He now farms in the Greenough community. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, August 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WEBB, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. John Webb of Liberal are parents of a daughter born at the Morrow hospital Friday, September 9. Mr. Webb is employed at the Eureka Steam Laundry. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 11, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WEED, VIRGIL O. JR.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil O. Weed of east of Liberal are the parents of a son born October 14. They have named the baby Virgil O. Jr. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, October 20, 1938)

WELCH, JERENA GAYLE

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Welch of this city are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital on the date of the mother's birthday, March 15. The baby has been named Jerena (?) Gayle. Mrs. Welch is the former Verla Marteney. Mr. Welch is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Welch of this city. (The Southwest Daily times, Sunday, March 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WELLMAN, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wellman, 715 West First, are parents of a son born this morning at Epworth hospital. Mrs. Weelman, the former Barbara law, is the youngest daughter of Mrs. G. H. Law, 324 North Grant, and the late G. H. Law. Mr. Wellman, who is an employee of the Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line company is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wellman, 418 West Fourth. The baby has two great-grandmothers in this vicinity, Mrs. G. P. Wellman, on the paternal side, living at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. K. Dickey in Liberal and Mrs. M. J. Law on the maternal side living near Beaver, Okla. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Monday, February 22, 1954)

WESSLEY, EDWARD DUANE

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wessler are the proud parents of a seven pound son born at the Liberal hospital last Wednesday. The young man has been given the name Edward Duane. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, April 4, 1929)

WESSLER, THELVA LEA

A daughter, who has been given the name, Thelva Lea, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wessler at Epworth Hospital in Liberal, Monday, November 4, 1929. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, November 7, 1929)

WEST, DAUGHTERS

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Favil West, of Tula Lake, California, Sunday, October 9, twin daughters. Mr. and Mrs. West are former Liberal young people, he being a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. West of this city and Mrs. West, the former Virginia Brown, a sister of Oliver S. Brown and Miss Pauline Brown of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, October 10, 1938)

WEST, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Roland West of this city are the parents of a son born at the Morrow hospital, Thursday, January 2. Mr. West operates a barber shop here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, January 2, 1941, transribed by Jim Laird)

WEST, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. West of southeast of Liberal Monday, Spetmeber 9, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, September 9, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WHEELER, DOROTHY DEAN

Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter April 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wheeler, former Liberal residents, who now live at Lawrence. The baby has been named Dorothy Dean.

Mrs. Wheeler is the daughter of Mrs. Laura Adams of this city. Mr. Wheeler who was with the Liberal News here is with the Kansas Color Press at Lawrence. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, April 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WHITE, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin White of east of Liberal are the parents of a daughter, born February 11. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, February 19, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WIGGINS, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wiggins, of Larned this morning, October 13, a daughter. Mrs. Wiggins, who is the former Elizabeth Farrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Farrell of this city and a sister of Mrs. J. S. Miller and Mrs. Harry Jones. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, October 13, 1938)

WILBUR, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilbur of 517 North Oklahoma avenue are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday, July 4. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILCOX, BEVERLEY KAY

Born to Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Wilcox of Liberal, a daughter, December 4. The baby has been named Beverley Kay. Mr. Wilcox is employed at the Rock Island here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 7, 1938)

WILGUS, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilgus of this city, Sunday, October 20, a daughter. Mr. Wilgus is a meat cutter at the Allen and Parnell Grocery. (the Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, October 23, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILKERSON, NANCY JOAN

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilkerson, 815 West Second, are parents of a daughter born Monday at St. Catherine's hospital in Garden City, to whom they have given the name Nancy Joan. They have two sons and one other little daughter. Mr. Wilkerson is meat buyer for Blakemore Bros. Mrs. Wilkerson has been president of the Garfield Parent-Teacher association the past year. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, April 9, 1954)

WILKINS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. chester M. Wilkins of Hooker, Oklahoma, are the parents of a daughter born January 3. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, January 5, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILLIAMS, JUANITA LEE

Mr.a nd Mrs. L. F. Williams of this city are the parents of a daughter born this morning to whom they have given the name Juanita Lee. Mr. Williams is emloyed at the Tucker theater. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, September 23, 1938)

WILLIAMS, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Williams, of Guymon, Oklahoma at Epworth hospital, Sunday, April 28, a son. Mr. Williams is assistant manager of the Alexander Motor Co. in Guymon. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, April 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILLIS, CHARLES DAVID

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis of this city, September 10, a son, to whom the name Charles David has been given. Mrs. Willis is the former Evalena Kincade. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, September 18, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILSON, CAROL EMMA

A daughter was born February 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson of 616 North New York avenue. Mrs. Wilson, the former Cecile Baker is a daughter of Mrs. Emma Baker. The baby has been given the name Carol Emma. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, February 13, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILSON, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson, who live west of Liberal, are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, February 16. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, February 17, 1938)

WILSON, ELAINE SANDRA

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson of Plains, are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Tuesday, November 14. The baby has been named Elaine Sandra. Mrs. Wilson who was Miss Hazel Baker before her marriage, taught in the Plains schools. Mr. WIlson farms near Plains. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 15, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILSON, LINDA JO

A daughter was born December 12, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson of 806 North New York avenue. Mrs. Wilson, the former Cecile Baker, is a daughter of Mrs. Emma Baker. The baby has been given the name Linda Jo. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 14, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILSON, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson of Hugoton, Monday, November 6, a son. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 8, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WINDSOR, LESTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Windsor of southeast of Liberal Wednesday, September 18, a son, to whom the name Lester has been given. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 18, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WINKLER, EDWARD THOMAS

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Winkler of Liberal are the parents of a son born Friday, January 3, to whom they have given the name Edward Thomas. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, January 5, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WINTER, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winter of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth Hospital Thursday June 27. Mr. Winter is a brother of Mrs. Alice Tempel, secretary at Epworth hospital and a son of Mrs. Otto Winter of this city. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, June 30, 1940, transcribed Jim Laird)

WITTER, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Witter of Kismet are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Monday, January 27. Mr. Witter is principal of the Kismet Rural High School. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, January 27, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WOHLENBERG, EDWARD GISH

Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wohlenberg, who live at the Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Station northeast of the city at Epworth hospital Sunday, May 21, a son. The baby has been name Edward Gish. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WOLLNER, DINAH LEE

Friends have received the announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wollner, of Garden City at St. Catherine's hospital in Garden City November 2. The baby has been named Dinah Lee. Mrs. Wollner is the former Miss Vera Cupp of Liberal. Mr. Wollner is assistant manager of the A. L. Duckwall company store in Garden City. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, November 29, 1937)

WOOD, GEORGIE BENITA

Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wood of this city, July 27, a daughter to whom they have given the name Georgie Benita. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 30, 1940)

WOODS, ELLAN EANELLE

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Woods of Liberal are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, May 14. The baby has been named Ellan Eanelle. Mrs. Woods is the former Ella Krell. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 17, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WOODS, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Woods, 414 North Prospect, are parents of a son born this morning at Epworth hospital. This is their first child. Mrs. Woods is the former Lavone Fredericks of Plains. Mr. Woods is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Woods, of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, January 5, 1954)

WOODWORTH, SON

Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Woodworth of Plains, are the parents of a son born at Epworth hospital Wednesday, January 31. Mrs. Woodworth is a daughter of D. K. Baty, well known farmer. Mr. Woodworth is the postmaster at Plains. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 31, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WORTHAM, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wortham of this city, Tuesday, September 26, a daughter, at Epworth hospital. Mr. Wortham is in the Blakemore Brothers offices. Mrs. Wortham is former Miss Ruth Cavanaugh is a daughter of Mrs. J. H. Cavanaugh. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 27, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WRIGHT, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wright, of Sublette at the Morrow hospital, November 19, a daughter. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 20, 1938)

WRISTON, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wriston, 312 South New York, are parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital yesterday. This is their first child. Mrs. Wriston is a native of France, she and Mr. Wriston meeting when he was in overseas service and being married over there.

Mr. Wriston, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wriston of east of Liberal, is employed at the Tom Witt Trailer Courts. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, February 24, 1954)

WRISTON, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wriston, who live at Blue Bonnet courts, are parents of a son born yesterday at Epworth hospital. This is their first child. Mrs. Wriston, the former Delora Belle Mead, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mead, 530 South Pennsylvania, and mr. Wriston is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wriston, who live twelve miles east of Liberal. He is employed by an oil drilling concern. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, January 8, 1954)

WRISTON, WILMA JEAN

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wriston of near Liberal are the parents of a daughter born at the Morrow hospital Saturday, November 18. The baby has been named WIlma Jean. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 22, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WYER, BETTY LOU

Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wyer of Kismet are the parents of a daughter born at Epworth hospital Saturday, December 9. The baby has been named Betty Lou. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 13, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ZIMMERMAN, CARL SCOTT

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Zimmerman of Liberal and Epworth hospital, Sunday, April 14, a son to whom they have given the name Carl Scott. Dr. Zimmerman is associated with Dr. E. J. McCreight and Dr. A. L. Hilbig at the Medical Arts Building. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, April 15, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)


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