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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - May 7, 1981, Winslow, Arizona 2-The Winslow May 7, 1981 Chapter Hosts Worthy Grand Chapter welcomed the worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron of the Grand Chapter of Order of the Eastern Star of Arizona on May 1. Marjorie Bailey and Stanley Brown enjoyed luncheon at the Town House with the Purdy was mistress of After the the members retired to the Masonic Temple for a school of inspection conducted by the worthy grand opened at 8 p.m. with Donna worthy and Edgar worthy The worthy matron gave a warm welcome and thanked all for worthy grand matron and patron were given a hearty welcome and received chapter Zada past grand matron and chairman of publicity of the world committee of General Grand was presented and E. past grand patron of the Grand of was presented and associate grand was presented and given a hearty Grand appointive officers presented and welcomed Edith grand Ann grand and Betty grand representatives present Alberta grand representative to Ontario in Jessie grand representative to Quebec in Jean grand representative to British in and Wilma grand representative to New Hampshire in instructors and other grand committee members were worthy matrons and patrons of 1981, known as the of were Doris Grand Canyon Chapter No. 4, Billie Liberty No. 23, Ruth Chapter No. 57, Show Evelyn Sedona Chapter No. 58, Liberty Chapter No. 23, Fred Mizpah Chapter No. 57, Show Frank Sedona Chapter No. 58. Shirley wife of the worthy grand patron and Jim husband of the worthy grand were presented and present were 10 past matrons and past patrons from this and other grand They were welcomed and thanked for They announced their chapters and the offices they worshipful master of Lodge No. 13, and thanked for others not previously presented were asked to give and any office program was honoring the worthy grand For a May Day each star point presenting a flower for the color of her The green was a gift from the Purdy presented an honorary membership to the Worthy grand from the Charles Stegmeir presented the honorary membership to the worthy grand Several members complimented the officers on their work and thanked the chapter for all courtesies extended worthy grand patron gave a talk on a patriotic theme and the group sang Bless worthy grand matron thanked all for the courtesies and lovely things done for her and gave a short talk on the reason the Sonya McAdams is Goddard trust fund is appreciate and patronize 1981 recipient of the managed by the Prescott chapters where officers are Goddard a branch of the Winslow Residents Meet In Verde this year's Goddard Award receives a check for presented by William vice president of the Valley National Bank of McAdams Receives 1981 Edith Goddard to serve more than one many love of the Schroeder was thanked by the grand officers and all present for her which was enjoyed by Lois Mary Margaret Patricia Aleta Keith and Ruth Wilder hosted the reception which was held strings check for certificate and a brief biography of the late Edith a former were also presented to Sonya as a part of the vice president of the Valley National Bank of made the at an informal held at the Town House Restaurant Apr. 29. The N Members Help Plan met Apr. 27, at the home of Patricia After opening the Rosemary led the officers and members in an exemplification of the members the state and assignments for members were Conatser led a song with selections that will be sung at the to be held at Little America in May 7-9. Joan Bradshaw will attend the convention as the international Born and educated in she lives in with her She attended business school at Ohio University and has worked for many years as an She is past president of the Ohio University Women's new member of the PEO executive she was elected and installed as recording secretary of International She was a member of the first study and research committee appointed for the 1975-77 biennium as a Board Awards Contract For Margaret Winslow School Board met in a special session last Wednesday evening to award a contract for the completion of the Washington Elementary contract was awarded to Porter Brothers Construction Company of on their bid of board determined as part of total they will tear down the old buildings and develop the install the playground equipment and bid to tear down the old Washington School will be issued later this month and the board expects to have the building down by The old school has deteriorated according to James school He explained that extensive renovation would haye been required to continue to use the said that the board members believe that the development of the park area will be a real addition to the They are considering an innovative park which may include a jogging School will not be torn down until the construction is Freeman construction company will move to the side before school is to set up for the second phase of the Some of the unfinished downstairs classrooms will be ready for use by the time school Freeman board has been that the problems with correcting the deed for the Roosevelt School have been solved and the district is continuing to work with tiie City of on a proposed park for South Side which will be located on the school The board anticipates that the lease will be prepared soon and the matter of the proposed exchange of property between the city and the school district will be placed on the general election ballot in November for a vote of the said that the district will probably continue to lease the school building to Northland College for another as the city has indicated it will not be ready to develop the old school as a neighborhood community center and satellite library for some of the high school honors the school board changed the date of the next meeting from May 6 to May 7. The meeting will start at 7 the next meeting the board will take another look at the currently in that teachers must live in the This policy possibly may be revised to extend the residence board will discuss the absent without leave policy and the use of the school van for summer recreation at the next a recent meeting the board accepted the resignations of Ron and Barbara and Cranston and Sue and continued to serve as a member of this committee for the 1977-79 She was president of Ohio State Chapter in 1977. Bradshaw believes every PEO member can affect the quality of life around just by practicing the organization's objects and aims in her everyday the meeting Mrs. Ceballos and her Julia Coffey served next meeting will be May 11 at the home of Miss Verla Degree Marie Scott and Denise of are candidates for Eastern New Mexico University's 1981 spring on May 8. and commencement services for 385 candidates begins at 8 p.m. in Greyhound Dr. Jack ENMU professor emeritus in English and internationally recognized for his contributions to science will be awarded a Doctorate of Humane Letters and deliver the main commencement Scott will be receiving an associate of arts degree in legal while Ms. will be receiving a bachelor in music education degree in instrumental music the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon is worthy associate advisor of Winslow Assembly No. 10,' International Order of Rainbow for Girls and is an eighth grader at Winslow Junior High Goddard is presented to a 13 through 15 years of according to the an unselfish personality and a desire to be a worthy It is intended bring something into the life of a worthy while her ideals and attitudes toward life are in a formative award does not necessarily have to be given to a Rainbow any worthy girl may receive according to Ruth secretary of Ruby Chapter No. 3, Order of the Eastern recipient of the awards is selected by a committee made up of members of Eastern those who attended the presentation ceremonies were Mrs. Beulah Rhonda worthy advisor of Rainbow Assembly No. 20; Donna worthy Eastern Ed worthy patron and Rainbow Phyllis associate Aleta mother advisor of Mrs. Wilker and in whose name the award is with her husband the Feree Shoe in Winslow for several They then moved to Casa and later to Girls from Casa Grande and Prescott are eligible for the Ann across tree-shaded grass and crowding the they shrieking hugging and shaking Over plates they residents of now settled in the Verde Valley held a reunion Apr. 26, at the ranch of Ross and Pat Rhoton in than 100 persons signed the guest were born in arrived in Still more stayed only briefly while others were long-time who stayed briefly was Tom He left in 1911 after being graduated from Winslow High joining the First Arizona Infantry to go to never did he more recently as did Clarence A 28-year resident of he retired in 1975 as engineer on the Topeka Santa Fe Railroad to live near railroader was Frank Arriving in Winslow in 1942 he quickly hired out as working until he retired to Camp Verde in 1971.. Ross Rhoton and Pat was her birth were both born in Ross said he the Navy as a medical corpsman when he was 19 years The moved to Cornville in 1946. been here ever since except for the Korean he Fore first saw in 1943 while he was in the Returning he and his bought and operated the Sand Sage Motel until 1977 when they settled in Camp I say I almost was born in said Jake lived there since I was 6 years becoming a teacher and later principal at Jefferson Grade School in he now serves as assistant superintendent of schools for the Cottonwood Elementary School Lester Allen was mayor of Winslow in 1964-69 and was active in several enterprises including his Texaco station in downtown to he works as at Babbitt's Department think that's pretty good for a 75-year-old he as people began preparing to someone suggested a reunion be held next else I could just take the people from Winslow and move them down here to the Speakers Help Maice Career Day ' Social Securit sentative will visit to help people who want to apply for Social and for Supplemental Security Income benefits and will answer questions about these He will be the Navajo County Parks 619 East Third on May 14, from 9 a.m. until Ron speakers drawn from local businesses and across the state converged on Winslow High School last Friday for the fourth Career With only one little the day went nearly John Dalton was speaking to a group of students about his auto body repair experience when his electronic pager called him to a Dalton doubles as of fire He able to return to career day activities in a short while and completed the morning further Monte Simpson began the morning with a keynote delivered to the entire student In her she appealed to the students to remember that every day offers new challenges and opportunities to make a fresh start on their Ms. Simpson has been successful as a homemaker and and most has served several months as interim administrator of Winslow Memorial Hailing from a small town in Texas with no apparent advantages beyond her own initiative and determination to Ms. Simpson stood before the students as an example of what can be done if one really is 9:25, the speakers and students went to various rooms around the campus for thirty-five minute sessions with small Weeks ago during the stages students had selected and signed up to hear four different presentations of their choice during the With the exception of some career areas about which teenagers seem to have highly romanticized the attendance in most sessions seemed to reflect the actual needs for workers in the For Ms. Kreie spoke to packed classes about the work of a one area suffering a significance shortage of new On the other Earl Owens of Owens spoke to only a few students about the work of the funeral Whether the speakers were dealing with only four or five students in one session or packed rooms for all four they were all equally appreciated for their willingness in helping students gain the insight needed to make intelligent career choices of their Seaman Mark L. son of Marvin L. and Lorelle A. Chambers of has completed recruit training at the Naval Training San Personnel who complete this course of instruction are eligible for three hours of college credit in physical education and one of the most unusual ordinances is one in that prohibits donkeys from sleeping in By And The name has a solid It smacks of There's a golden ring to is one of the wealthiest countries in the with many other countries around the it is having a problem with its young Swiss youth for more than a produced a of violence and They've rampaged through the streets of smashing rioting and occupying A youth which became a focal point for the movement was closed last fall because of the and yielding to the city fathers agreed to open it described as with shaved heads and painted wearing studded black leather attempting to patch up the youth which is in a run-down state of youth of Zurich needed a This was provided in the form of a woman who immolated herself for the There were reports discrediting her stating that she was involved in drug that much of the disturbance in Zurich is based on a drive to establish an uncontrolled international drug outlet in that unrest is surfacing in West and the young woman in Switzerland who burned herself to death remained nameless in the only news item I read about another martyr slowly starved himself into a coma and and the world hung on his country Sands became a was elected to British while hundreds who fought with him and against hundreds of others who perished simply because they were in the passed on to their with only their families and a few friends to mourn their wonder at the concentrated news coverage of Ireland and San while similar situations around our troubled globe go virtually our own we see a media blitz on this or that while reporters and photographers yawn at thousands of stories that are given meager or totally makes the What makes people There's no easy has Ireland has Perkins Post Auxiliary Host are Anna Unit 31, St. Audrey Unit 69, vice and Betty Unit 31, secretary and past District 6, was installing officer for the Mrs. Pace Unit 15 members served luncheon following the from the Winslow High School Band May 8: Christine 9: Sandra Jensen and Jani May 10: and Pete May 11: Tommy Charles Alexander and John May 12: Danny Martha Pat Tommy Benham and Stephen May 13: Mac Joe Belnia Arthur Baca and Judie May 14: Keith Sonya James Rockwell and Andrew Frank Perkins Post 15 and Unit 15 of the American Legion were hosts at the District 6 meeting May 3, at the post 1015 Kinsley large number of posts and units were in Visiting representatives were from Ft. Indian St. Johns and all posts have but most of the Legionnaires brought their ladies Special guests were Gary department vice and Mrs. from Chino new officers for the district are Hubert Post 31, St. Richard vice Post 77, Ft. George Post 15, Benjamin Post 82, and Harry sergeant at arms and service Post 15, department vice commander served as installing officer and was assisted by John past District 6 of Post 86. new officers for 7 is circus day in Performances will be presented at 4:30 and 8 p.m. and are sponsored by the Winslow Chamber of Tickets are available in at the chamber or at the School Key Club will participate in a special service day May 9. 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