LOST & FOUND ITEMS
E-mail me a list of any items you would like to have posted to this page.  Also include your contact information.   While many people lost everything - if you have some particular items that you would like to post to the "lost" section please do so.  


WHERE, OH WHERE, IS MY MASTER NOW?

Read about these 3 Franklin tornado victims and read the happy ending to their story.

Mary


Misty

Sassy

  Lost
I lost my cat just hours after the tornado hit.  He is an orange and white long fur tabby.  He also has his front paws declawed.The cat answers to the name Ditzy. If you find him please contact me at (620) 347-4958. Thank you!
FOUND!!!!Thanx to some very specail people my orange and white tabby cat named ditzy was found on 10/5/03 5 months after may 4th tornado hit our house please send many thanx to mr and mrs webb in franklin at 308 w 3rd street may god bless them and their family. 
Sincerely,   Doris Morlock, 406 east 3rd  Franklin Ks   (forever)

We lost several tin-types taken at Silver Dollar City.  The most important is the one with our daughters in it, when they were 8 years old and 2 months old.  We were able to find one when my oldest daughter was little, so I know the others are out there somewhere!    Jill Bedene  djbedene@ckt.net


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  Found

I  have found a black and white photo of two girls.  On the back of the photo is written "Gloria & Linda  Jan 28 - 45".  There is also another name and a Weir address, but I can't read the last name.  Jill Bedene  djbedene@ckt.net

I found a small picture of a young man in navy whites.It looks like it was from WWII or Keoran war.  He is standing on steps going into a house
with columns.   E-mail:  alasota@cox.net


USD 246 school records found in Cole Camp, Missouri, about 85 miles east of the Kansas/Missouri state line.  Papers were returned to rightful owners.  Many thanks to Thomas Schroeder and Bob and Faye Miller for taking the time to see that these were returned.

Also found a photo northeast of  where the report card was.  Photo    

Found handmade afghan (red/white/blue) about 1 mile south of Arma High School.   Contact Ruth Zemlock, 403 N. Cayuga, Frontenac, Ks. 620-231-0161

    
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