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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Carthage, Missouri I deaths a funerals Carthage press sat., december 1�, 1979-p-l who a where u Here and there mrs. Virgil Newman served As hostess thursday at the residence of her daughter mrs. Robert Esterly for the Christmas party of the Delta club. A i pm. Luncheon preceded a Christmas program presented by mrs. Newman who was assisted by club members. An Exchange of gifts followed the Christmas program. Next meeting of the club is scheduled for Jan. 14. An official reception honouring mrs Opal Johnson 421 West Vine As incoming grand Junior of the pythian Sisters of Missouri to which she was advanced at an october election recently was held at the Home of mrs. Libby Brown 400 Euclid. The honoree received 85-90 pythian Sisters from the third District of Missouri. Two past grand chiefs of Missouri mrs. Alice c. Rozelle Webb City and mrs. Betty Mcfarland Joplin attended. Jed Brown supreme representative of the grand Lodge knights of pythias of Missouri was assistant. Other officials of the Carthage Lodge also attended. Clifford Johnson husband of the honoree was a special guest. The honoree received gifts from the visitors which she opened and displayed. Refreshments were served in the dining room from a decorated Tea table. Nellie Goodman club past presidents of the daughters of the Union veterans of the civil War met monday with mrs. Bessie de priest Joplin. The decorations of the Home and dinner table were carried out a Christmas theme. Dinner was served to 12 guests. The meeting opened with Roll Call. Four members related stories or poems describing Christmas and the origin of Many decorations symbolizing the season of the year. They closed with the pledge to the Flag. Numbers were drawn for the Exchange of Christmas gifts. Have contributed throughout the year and especially during the Christmas season. She added Quot we extend to the citizens a merry Christmas and a special new year a mrs. Lon Rush 1500 grand entertained the trim a Donns tops club wednesday night at her Home for the annual Christmas party. Christmas carols were played during the party. Mrs. Bea Weber president conducted a Short business meeting and refreshments were served by mrs. Rush mrs. Beth Chittenden and mrs. Westa Braham. The Devotion was led by mrs. Lorene Jacques. Each member told of a special Christmas in her past. Gifts were exchanged and each member presented a gift to the president. Members present were mrs. Mary Blevins. Mrs. Braham mrs. Lena Brown mrs. Beth Chittenden miss Marie Chitwood miss May Chitwood mrs. Edna Edwards mrs. Virginia Gross mrs. Giffie Des mrs Jacques mrs. Fern Mccurry mrs. Midge Morgan. Mrs. Lettie Richmond mrs. Emily Rush mrs. Margaret Stone mrs. Marie Troxel mrs. Bea Weber mrs. Ethel Welch mrs. Fama Whitehead mrs. Helen Hill and mrs. Dallie Miessner. The next regular meeting will be wednesday at the office of or. E. L. Oexman 1246 grand. Cadet Charles Parsons of Carthage has been promoted to Corporal in the Reserve officers training corps unit at Missouri military Academy Mexico. Capt. Charles w. Vines commandant of cadets said the promotion was awarded for Scholastic military athletic and leadership Progress in the Mma corps. Missouri military Academy is an 82-year-old school for boys in 4th through 12th grades. It emphasizes academic achievement physical fitness and leadership training. Cadet Parsons is the son of or. And mrs. Gordon h. Parsons route 3. December 20 i . A 5 . 3 Miles East of olo cilium construction co. Builder mrs. Theodore Heisten owner Jasper county savings amp loan association chartered in 1887 409 s. Main 358-4018 Murray Duncan drug co. Phone 35m055 West Side Square concert soloist the concert choir of Carthage senior High school under the direction of John Mitchell will present its annual Christmas concert at 8 . Monday at the senior High auditorium. The program will feature a Solo by Masahiko Takeda foreign Exchange student from Tokyo Japan who will sing silent night in japanese and Larry Turner who will sing the Christmas song. Also featured on the program will be music by a brass ensemble from the concert band and special numbers by the Carmina cantors. Miss Debbie Knell will be accompanist. The choir also will present a special Christmas Assembly program at 3 . Wednesday at the senior High auditorium. Man to serve one week jail sentence Kansas City a . Quot Jake Myers 59, a Farmer from Liberal mo., has been sentenced to one week in jail for income tax invasion. Indicted on three counts of filing fraudulent tax returns for 1965,1966 and 1967, Myers pleaded guilty to the one for 1967. He admitted he reported his income that year at $4,854, while the government alleged it actually was $16,244. Judge Elmo b. Hunter in . District court said Friday that Myers will begin serving his sentence Jan. La. Share Wiik others experience a task we devote extremely careful attention to see us soon if you really want Home ownership. Icicles Ghi Caho Christmas goodies a after the Christmas shopping is done the tree is decorated and the lights Are Strung then its time to get Down to the serious business of making the Christmas goodies. No Christmas is Complete without Mounds of chocolate hearings set for Trio on charges members of the Evergreen Garden club of Carthage thursday presented a Christmas tree to the pupils of Monitor school and remained there to help decorate it. Club members also aided students in preparing for the school program which will be held at 7 30 pin. Monday at the school. Each student was furnished a Bird feeder kit and club members helped them to assemble and paint them. The Christmas program will include a Manger scene Sleigh ing songs and a scene of the Good Shoemaker and his elves. Members of the a pcs of Jasper methodist Church will present toys and other gifts to students the night of the program. Mrs. George Easson Monitor school administrator said she and others connected with the school appreciated the kindness and thoughtfulness of Many area citizens and organizations who announcements Bethel methodist Church Christmas program will be at 7 30pm. Sunday. The Rev. E. A. Neimeyer is pastor. Mercedes Temple no. 63, pythian Sisters will meet at 7 30 pm. Monday at k. P. Hall. After a Short business meeting they will go to the Home of or. And mrs Clifford Johnson 421 West Vine. All members and guests Are invited. There will be a gift Exchange. Judge to Rule on control of Hughes Empire Las vegas Nev. A with la Days of testimony in the records state District court judge Howard w. Babcock was expected to Issue a ruling today on control of the vast Nevada holdings of industrialist Howard Hughes. Directors of the Hughes tool co. The inherited family firm that is the basis of Hughes Fortune argued Friday that they were acting for Hughes two weeks ago when they announced the firing of Robert a. Maheu As head of Hughes Nevada operations. Maheu s attorney contended the tool company forces were trying to ruin Maheu and his relationship with Hughes. Hughes had every right to fire the 53-year-old Maheu contended Chester Davis Hughes tool counsel. Quot what does he offer except the claim that j am a faithful servant and the master cannot Ever lose Faith in me a said Davis. Quot we Are not trying to interfere with the personal relationship. We just want to follow the written directive of or. construction of radar watch station delayed Monett. To. A the National weather service is hoping to overcome delays in construction and to have a radar weather watch station at Monett in service by the next Tornado season. A $150,000 contract was awarded the Southwest engineering co. Last january and the firm was supposed to finish the first stage last summer but it still Isnit officially completed. Paul Anderson head of the company said thursday that Quot due to government caused delays delays delays we shut the Job Down several times pending clarification of plans and police log three arrests three persons were arrested late Friday by Carthage police for alleged traffic violations. Arnold b. Crihfield 31, 2219 South Garrison and Paulann Norris 29, 1013 South Maple were stopped at 7 pm. On West Central and cited on charges of speeding. Kenneth Garrison 25, general delivery Carthage was stopped at 8 50 p in. At too South Garrison on charges of careless and imprudent driving. Tiey were released on their own recognizance pending appearance in municipal court. Retired teachers will meet at to am monday with mrs. L. D. Van Horn 317 East Centennial. Bring provisions for salvation army baskets. Ownership is to make certain you have the Best possible financing arrangement that s a task that requires expert knowledge and fudge divinity and brightly decorated Santa Claus and Christmas tree cookies. Amy Graves and Vickie Michael sixth hour Home economics class at Carthage Junior High school Are preparing fudge. Of Turkey theft preliminary hearings were set Friday afternoon in municipal court for dec. 29 in the cases of three persons charged with Petit theft in connection with the theft of three turkeys. Charged Are Dennis g. Campbell Joplin route i Charles l. Slates route 4, and Gary Reed 328 North Mcgregor. The Trio were arrested hours after they were allegedly spotted stealing turkeys from a truck parked near Carthage poultry. The truck was owned by Jimmy Hatfield. The three remain at Liberty on $135 Bond each. Other cases heard included Ezequa Richardson Joplin speeding $10 and costs. Esther g. Scout 1933 South main speeding $10 and costs. Shirley a. Norris route 3, speeding continued. Phillip Dan Lee Reeds route i speeding $10 and costs. Everett Trent 2205 South main speeding $10 and costs. Daniel w. Hooker 1038 Clinton speeding dismissed. Margaret Keith 431 West College speeding dismissed upon payment of court costs. Michale a. Davis Joplin speeding $10 and costs. Garry w. Wescott 1024 James speeding $10 and costs. Robert a. Grifoni Burlington mass Petit theft forfeited $35 Bond. Earl e. Snyder Reeds route i speeding $10 and costs. Evelyn m. Hogan 1102 Valley permitting a dog to run at Large $5 and costs. Earl c. Schmutzer route 2, driving while intoxicated careless and imprudent driving continued. Fined for overtime parking were Vaughn Curry $5 w. M. Raschke Phil Pugh Dale Rife and h. E. Williams $2 each and Wayne Willis John Ingram George deeming Betty Pierce Paul Mcconnell Scott Hicks Howard Mccorkle Frank Johnson Joe Goddard Michael Lawn Jack Hood Debra Neely Ruth Ritter John Platt Kay Gant Kermit Willard mrs. Tom Geisert Gene Hargis and Frederick Blower. Fined $1 each for parking in a restricted zone were mrs. Galen Carter and Charles Smith. Saturn is believed to be a giant Gas Ball circling the Sun in the perpetual Twilight of we million Miles distance st9& to2 6l? of 1696 Stith services services for Homer e. Stith 74, Miller who died thursday were at 2 pin. Today at the Morris Leiman funeral Home. The Rev. Troy Payne officiated. Burial was in the pleasant Grove cemetery. Cecil h. Shaw Cecil h. Sonny Shaw 56, former Carterville and Oronogo resident died at 3 25 pin. Friday at Santa Rosa Calif. Or. Shaw was born in 1914 and attended Carterville High school. He was a Veteran of world War ii. He was employed As a garage Mechanic. He had resided in Santa Rosa since 1939 when he left Carterville. Survivors include his wife mrs. Lois Wilmoth Shaw and two Sisters mrs. Pauline Passley Purcell and mrs. Mae Williams Kansas City. Services will be held at Santa Rosa. Miss Gilmore services funeral services for miss Katherine e. Gilmore 81, 210 West ninth who died wednesday were conducted at 2 pin. Friday at the Ulmer funeral Home. The Rev. John Robertson officiated. Mrs. Grace Ulmer Hill Sang the lords prayer with miss Betty Anne Wyatt organist. Burial was in Park cemetery. Manley h. Bennett Manley n. Bennett 74, Lamar route 4, died at 11 10 . Thursday at the Missouri Pacific Hospital St. Louis where he had been a patient since nov. 12. Or. Bennett was born oct. I 1896, in Northern Missouri. He was married to Mamie Stockton dec. 23, 1916, at Lamar. He was employed by the Missouri Pacific Railroad. He retired in 1958. He was a member of the railway brotherhood Lodge no. 432. Survivors include his wife a son Ray Bennett Salt Lake City Utah two daughters mrs. Beulah Lawless Lamar and mrs. Hazel Bell Cheyenne Wyo. A sister mrs. Blanche Shank Phillipsburg four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Services will be announced by Lohmeyer Konantz funeral Home Lamar. Lime amp fertilizer spreading Robert Moss 673-4419 Oronogo to. Bargain carpets carpet loft 1/3 to 4 off on room sized remnants Galbraith a Var Block South Square on main All your own the first step in acquiring debt free 9f Shu pm Cip it Plush to Doy St fir hair trim at of a cow Bing f0 r looking to if turn. Vibrator manager 75 helps relieve tired aching Muscles eases tensions increases circulation facial soft touch

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