TREGO COUNTY, KANSAS

BIRTHS

BAILEY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey of WaKeeney are the proud parents of a daughter born today, Thursday, February 9th at St. Anthonys hospital, Hays. Mrs. Bailey is the former Catherine Rose Christopher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christopher of Glencoe township. (Western Kansas World, February 16, 1950, page 1)

BRANDENBURG, LUCINDA

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brandenburg, of WaKeeney, are the proud parents of a daughter, born Friday, January 20, 1950, at the St. Anthony Hospital at Hays, weighing six pounds and three ounces. She has been named Lucinda. Mr. Brandenburg drove to Hays on Monday afternoon and accompanied them home from the hospital. (Western kansas World, January 26, 1950, page 1)

CLAYCAMP, BARBARA LEE

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Claycamp of Chehalis, Washington, are the proud parents of twins born on Sunday, January 22. The combined weight of the children was 12 pounds and 15-1/2 ounces. They were given the names Robert Alan and Barbara Lee. Harold Claycamp is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Claycamp, Sr., of WaKeeney. (Western Kansas World, February 2, 1950, page 1)

CLAYCAMP, ROBERT ALAN

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Claycamp of Chehalis, Washington, are the proud parents of twins born on Sunday, January 22. The combined weight of the children was 12 pounds and 15-1/2 ounces. They were given the names Robert Alan and Barbara Lee. Harold Claycamp is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Claycamp, Sr., of WaKeeney. (Western Kansas World, February 2, 1950, page 1)

CLAYCAMP, SON

On this date 15 years ago - Dr. W. Y. Herrick reported the birth of a nine pound son to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Claycamp on January 5th. (Western Kansas World, January 5, 1950, page 7)

COOK, SON

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman T. Cook at the Hadley Memorial Hospital in Hays on Tuesday, weighing six pounds and 4 ounces. Mrs. Cook is the former Dorothy Howat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howat.

Mr. and Mrs. Cook have been stationed the past year in Carcasus, Venzuela, where he is employed by the Sacony Vacuum Oil Co. (Western Kansas World, May 25, 1950, page 1)

DIETZ, GLENDA MARIE

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Dietz of Kansas City, Mo., are the proud parents of a daughter born on Friday, January 20th. She has been named Glenda Marie. (Western Kansas World, February 2, 1950, page 1)

DREILING, LINDA KAY

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dreiling of Grinnell, Kansas, are the proud parents of a daughter named Linda Kay, born at the Quinter Hospital Friday, December 30, 1949. (Western Kansas World, January 5,1950, page 6)

FABRIZIUS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. August Fabrizius, of WaKeeney are the proud parents of a daughter born Tuesday at St. Anthony Hospital in Hays. (Western Kansas World, May 18, 1950, page 1)

KELLY, PAT

Pat Observes 81st Birthday

Pat Kelly was a pleasant caller at the World office on Wednesday and observed his 81st birthday on George Washington's birthday. Pat is hale and hearty for a man of his years and is still the best Irishman in the state.

He plans to leave this evening to spend a week transacting business and visiting friends in Colorado Springs. (Western Kansas World, February 23, 1950, page 1)

MAI, KATHLENE

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mai are the proud parents of a daughter, born Tuesday at the St. Anthony's Hospital in Hays. She has been given the name Kathlene. (Western Kansas World, May 18, 1950, page 1)

MASSIER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood A. Massier of WaKeeney are the proud parents of a son, born Wednesday, January 4, 1950 at the St. Anthony Hospital in Hays. (Western Kansas World, January 5, 1950, page 1)

MILLARD, JERRY LEE

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Millard are the proud parents of a son born Tuesday morning, January 24th, at the St. Anthony Hospital in Hays, weighing seven pounds and 14 ozs. He has been given the name Jerry Lee. (Western Kansas World, January 26, 1950, page 1)

PEACOCK, DEBORAH SUE

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Peacock of WaKeeney received word of the birth of a new granddaughter on April 21, 1950 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeling Cochran in Salina. The new arrival has been given the name of Deborah Sue. (Western Kansas World, April 27, 1950, page 1)

PFANNENSTIEL, DONALD JOSEPH

Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Pfannenstiel of WaKeeney are the proud parents of a son, Donald Joseph, born on Friday evening, February 10 at St. Anthony's hospital in Hays. He weighed five pounds and eight ounces. Mr. Pfannenstiel is engaged in radio repair work at the Kelly Electric Shop. (Western Kansas World, February 6, 1950, page 1)

RICHARDS, LAWRENCE LEE

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards, of WaKeeney, are the proud parents of a son born Saturday, February 18, weighing nine pounds and one ounce. He has been given the name Lawrence Lee. Mrs. Richards is the former Margie Hockman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hockman. (Western Kansas World, February 23, 1950, page 1)

ROGERS, ROBERT MICHAEL

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers of WaKeeney at the St. Anthony Hospital in Hays on Sunday, April 23, 1950. He weighed eight pounds and thirteen ounces and has been named Robert Michael. Mr. Rogers is an instructor and coach at Trego Community High School. (Western Kansas World, April 27, 1950, page 1)

ROHN, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rohn of WaKeeney announce the arrival of a son weighing six pounds and eight ounces on Friday, February 10, at Hadley Memorial Hospital in Hays. (Western Kansas World, February 16, 1950, page 1)

ROUSH, STEVEN FLOYD

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roush of Augusta, Kansas, are the proud parents of a son born May 7, 1950. He weighed 8 pounds and 7 ounces and has been given the name, Steven Floyd.

Mrs. Roush is the former Ruth Belisle of WaKeeney. (Western Kansas World, May 11, 1950, page 1)

SCHWIEN, KAY LEA

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwien announce the arrival of a daughter, Kay Lea, born Saturday, January 7, at Hadley Memorial Hospital in Hays. The young lady weighed six pounds and nine ounces. (Western Kansas World, January 12, 1950, page 1)

STOPPEL, LARRY GENE

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stoppel of Holcomb, Kansas are the proud parents of a eight pound, ten ounce boy. He arrived on Monday, March 27, and had been given the name Larry Gene. Mrs. Stoppel is the former Clara Hafliger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hafliger of WaKeeney. (Western Kansas World, April 6,1950, page 1)

STRUSS, MARGARITE

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Struss are the proud parents of a daughter, born Saturday, January 21, 1950 at St. Anthony's Hospital at Hays. She weighed seven pounds and five ounces and has been given the name Margarite. (Western Kansas World, January 26, 1950, page 1)

TIMMONS, JEANNIE MARLENE

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Timmons, of WaKeeney are the proud parents of an eight pound daughter, born Thursday, January 5th at the St. Anthony Hospital in Hays. She has been named Jeannie Marlene.

Mr. Timmons is employed as a mechanic at the Harries Motor Co. (Western Kansas World, January 12, 1950, page 1)

WIEDEMAN, DOUGLAS

A seven and one-fourth pound son, Douglas, was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wiedeman of Severance, Colorado, Friday, January 20 at the Memorial Osteopathic Hospital in Greeley, Colorado. Mr. Wiedeman is a former Trego county boy, and Mrs. Wiedeman is the former Ellen Keraus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Keraus. (Western Kansas World, January 26, 1950, page 1)

WILEY, DEAN MILLARD

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wiley of Lawrence, are the proud parents of a seven pound eleven ounce baby boy born on Wednesday, March 22. He has been given the name, Dean Millard. Mrs. WIley is the former Lelia Howell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Howell of WaKeeney. (Western Kansas World, March 30, 1950, page 1)

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