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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri I e in order that society Herns Nave the Best now Ilin Constitution Tribune requests re porters Call in the Raj of tit they occur your help will by out Telephone my 62411 birthday dinner party the coterie Extension club of Wheeling held its quarterly birth Flay parly and family dinner at the shelter House the evening of March Anna Mae Lewis Jordan and the standing committee for the were in charge since Jordan was one of the birthday Alfred presi appropriate motifs were used for Tablecloth and the birthday was baked by each guest receiver a birthday honoured guests were win Ston Ralph Lewis toss a Mae Elnora Warren and oth res attending were Winston Mary Lee and and Rudolph and John Ralph Anna Mae Lloyd Lewis and Alfred and Onie Eldon and Ross a Kansas City arc weekend at the Home of Agnes ii who Lias been a guest in the Grant Home this returned to Omaha this at medical Center Theodore Honor Israel was admitted sunday to the University of Kansas medical Center for observation and Israel is a patient in Roor and Russell accompanied Israel the Kansas City Hospital breakfast meeting in Home of Mcconnell members of the Chillicothe Extension club will meet at Mon Day morning in the Home of Gertrude 1613 Calhoun Street for a breakfast move restaurant the Downing restaurant formerly at the Beevor sales Pavilion sales moved this week and took Over the manager ment of the Lazy l a previous article erroneously stated Downing had operated a restaurant at Braleys instead j Foupht Tel actor study continues Here Nii i Niue Iii no v w ulc Tii Lac itch Iancic Mcconv As con Ali Iii re by Fred c pro incl Leader Twenty three Boj arc Elim Luerl in i he pro Jei i the project inc Lei included a film in farm safely family depicted differently pcs of farm Accident and How they might be Tom h fourth year tractor Mem Yave a Lalk on the Arch he said the biases Rea son for farm accidents a altitudes not conducive to the Job to be done a second where mileage showed the internal com Bustion engine part by part and How each properly functioning pro Vider Power for our tractor or the third merlins will be tues april i Al in the Beevers Sale Extension Calendar Jack Reynolds Here Jack Logan Reynolds will arrive today for a Spring vacation with his and Jack 1400 fair he is a student at the University of Kan Sas at Osgood engagement announced and George announce the engagement of their daughter Theresia Ann to Merl Edwin son of and Rube Oneal of miss Osgood is a member of the 1965 senior class of the tin Aava Ion High Oneal is a 1964 graduate of Bogard High school and is now a student at Missouri Valley College at the couple plans a May Here from Nebraska Ronald Keller will arrive this evening to join his now vis iting her and 1145 Elm Keller and who have been Here a will re turn with Keller to their Home in Nemo Bridge club the Nome Bridge dub played Friday night at the Bridge room and an average of 30 was scored by both North South players with an aver age or above score were Lloyd Koehnen and Bob 34 Willa Jane Smith and Hubert 30 and Terry Clement and Jeff East West members Sconn an average or above included mrs Loos and 33 ant Larry 34 and mis Lou Townsend and Francis and Bill Hix will be callers next historical society to meet the next regular meeting of the Rand River historical society and museum will be held in the juvenile Oom of the Livingston county me Norial Library on april at this is an important meeting and a Good attend Ance of the members is those attending Are to her the North door for Entrance to the miss Theresia Ann whose engagement to Merl Edwin son of and Rube has been announced her and George the couple plans a May april april april april free methodists to have nebraskan As guest evangelist guest of grandparents Little miss Ann Daugh Ter of and Tom eng arrived Friday for a weeks visit in the Home of her and Marvin Grace apart Clay and who accompanied their daughter to Chillicothe Fri have gone to where England will spend the week transacting the Hunter of will to the guest relist free Kear Evan for revival service at Tiv methodist 223 Graves mrs Fink missionary education of children and Paul Snyder Secretary of Supply Paul Barnhart Secre tary of missionary education and Nellie Kissick Secretary of Christian social chm Singleton Secretary of program materials Ira Cunningham Courtesy Karl Doss pub Nellie Bowes local Church Jim the program it is my was led by Snyder gave a musical read destiny of three accompanied at the piano by a skit pertaining to the Les son was Given by Clarkson and the recordings of the lords prayer and were you there were a e Linton and Bowes Sang the old rugged Cross the group repeated the i girds prayer in unison to conclude the the next meeting on May 6 will be with Earl decorative Farmers electric 10 to 2 decorative Farmers electric 6 to 10 county wide 1h tractor training Beever Sale decorative Farmers 9 to 1 april 4h Junior leaders meet Farmers makes them Central itome economies Council Beever Sale a Home clubs foods Leader training meals for Farmers the must Stih in hemodel1ng this Corner building have been started by and nth the can Stikons purchased the Structure at the Northeast Cor Ner of Washington and Lay streets from Stanley who bought it earlier from kale the which formerly was office is converted into two Rob Schneider operates the liquor store and has a lease until the plan to remodel the downstairs part and move their real Oslac office there from the former Ritz theatre Constitution Tribune t Laredo to elect City officials aggie of the Day at chs april april Chillicothe gets april showers through thais Lenny Poppenhagen named and executive for Western Auto beginning april 2 at these services will h Clell Cothes spiritual pm april 1 to Hunter is a graduate of Cen trial he formerly pastorale in and is now the conference superintendent of free methodist churches in the Nebraska John hostess to chapter t of chapter t of peo met Friday at 2 in the Home of Twenty members answered to Roll the program fur the afternoon was the exemplification of the ritual in charge of Neal next meeting will be at april in the Home of Sher Wood Griff will be assisting cake and Coffee were served Dur ing the social Lenny Poppenhagen has been promoted As the divisional Adver Tising manager for the Western Auto stores in the Kansas City his wife and will move from Des to Kansas City for a a son of and Poppenhagen of this began working for Western Auto on a part time basis when a Benson j High school he attended William Jewell College where he majored in business administration and during his senior year he received a scholarship from West Bizily Belles have Coffee hours pm Bob Clithro an following he became Derson and Gene Bennett were hostesses to members of the Bizzy Belles Extension club at a Coffee and come As you Are Par by tuesday morning in the Home of Goss and in the Home of Anderson on guests in the Home of Goss were Herman Kenneth eng Carrel Koehly and Paul Kin guests in the Home of mrs an Derson were Dale Charles Dale a Richard and Wesley pictures were taken by Kin Cade and transportation was furnished by local news notes and Tom Crowley of assistant manager of a Kansas City later moving to where he assumed manager recently he has been Man aging a store in legions youth dance has crowd of 267 two Hundred sixty seven attended a youth dance sponsored by the american legion last night at the legion the a music group from the University of furnished the Bill commander of the Vern Glick said the legion is trying to arrange for a return engagement on april but that the Date depends upon whether or not the drummer can be in any the norsemen have been booked for two youth dances in Friday the 7th and Friday the entertained in Home of and Linton members of the adult class of the Oakland Christian Church were entertained Friday evening in the Home of and Lin 1130 Webster Cleve presided and opened the Milton gave a at the conclusion of the business meeting the 25 members present enjoyed the evening playing led by Austin game refreshments of cookies and coffe Ewere served i and Cicic Mcdonald will be hostess to the class in May Rebecca Circle meeting the Rebecca Circle of the meth Odist Church met on thursday afternoon in the Home of Luther i assistant hostesses were i Grace will Iam Hugh c Bertleson and Leon Ard Huff the Lavonna opened the meeting by i Reading scripture from Luke and j leading in for a Devo she read a Back to the Rosa simmer presented the lesson the crucified one pre pared by Van who was unable to be lenten thoughts were called to the Atten Tion of including the fact that Lent should be a time of self examination to determine if the sins for which Jesus died on the Cross Are a part of our the hostesses served refresh ments to the Twenty four members and guests Clinton gala Las will the hostess at the next moved Over most of Missouri to bringing heavy moisture to Many parts of the and the precipitation is expected to continue through hardest hit by the Rains was Southwest where in Ches were reported at and at roaring River state Springfield had inches by 6 but More than an Inch additional fell before 9 i other rainfall reports Marshfield Joplin mar shall Nevada Lebanon Mexico Clifton City and Hannibal for a time this morning the Highway patrol reported a fool of water Over North of be but it had receded by mid accompanying the rain at Spring Field was some table Rock Lake was reported rising rapidly and Flat which enters the Lake near Cape was repo amid carrying Al most nine feet of the Rains Are expected to be come heavy this evening in the1 in the rest of the state the Rains Are expected to diminish i tonight in the hut locally heavy thunderstorms Are forecast for the East and the there wont be much change in the highs sunday in the 50s the 60s in the East and the Low 70s in the South the states Low this morning was 36 at woman is one of Throe candidates for City officers will be elected tues Day at Lando and there Are three candidates for mayor the candidates Are mrs Wini Fred Lloyd Rowe and Walter Mac Hunter resigned As mayor when lie moved out of town and Carl Lee has Hern serving As act ing Alderman Lee is seeking Rede i lion As Alderman from the North Ward and is candidates for Alderman from the South Ward arc Cecil j William Clodfelter and George Follet has been so Raj ing As Alderman from the South Ward Anil is not a candidate for that office i Tom h Warren is unopposed for police junk c the present is not seeking re election Shelby Widner is unopposed for marshal Tom Warren is mar Shal Al this Lime and is not a can the South Ward will vote Al the City Hull and the North Ward at the Community polls will open Al 7 and close at i Zelma Foster Circle meeting Zelma Foster Baptist slim Ali in the Home of on the meeting Circle of the first was entertained mrs Fred Laffey members at Elias Bible class the april merlins of the Elias class was held yesterday afternoon at the Christian c opened Hie program by Reading a Jesus stands among us and a i would be True followed by Nellie head presented tic devotional a Christian to the program closed with the Benediction repealed in Pearl Carnahan and served to h Mem hers during the social Public auction due to my health i will hold a Public Sale of real estate and personal property at my located 4 blocks West of the City Hall in on april 5 1 p real lots with modern 5ropm close Din Back porch and Nice front Good Corner close to school and City water and Gas a Nice Home or a Good income Sells at 15 Down Day of balance to be paid and Possession Given with delivery of open at 12 noon Day of Sale for for More information Contact the to Westinghouse Frost free refrigerator Hardwick 4burner Gas Range Chrome breakfast table and 6 chairs 2doqr Metal Cabinet poster bed Metal bed Arvin electric Heater new window fan 3piece living Rorn suite Rock ers straight chairs Odd tables chaff probe with Mirror door Buffet 9x12 Rug lamps and other terms on Cash not responsible for accidents John Fleetwood Hugh auctioneer Milf meet of the Avalon methodist Church elects the woman society of Lian services of the Avalon Odist Church held a morning j ing thursday at the Church with i Mclvin Singleton As Nineteen members and j Clark j 1 Clyde opened the Nieting with toll Calli answered with script reverses land Rochul mgr seventh ii Calls i were reported made on the ill and i Hutins during the1 announcement made of the annual faster Toa to be held on april Hoss announced the treasurers report is due in april and other reports in Thomas land Fink and Rex Smith rep resented the group at the meeting recently held at Carroll a life membership pin was presented to Ralph new Cle toil arc presi Clarkson v ire presi Ross Smith Burn Side Secretary of i Harvey Hyther spiritual life Cul was opened with prayer by Vernon Circle presided during the business meeting Elton announced the Community missions project for april would be visitation for the Vernon Phillips gave the Annie Armstrong the lesson on the Home j building missionary was presented by Charles the Call to prayer was taken from pc shariah prayer for the with 1 birthdays in was led by j Merrill the closing j prayer and special prayer for the revival of april 411 were led by with favors of miniature faster baskets were served by the assisted by morning meeting in of Lester Gillespie thirteen members of the Eliza Beth Terry Circle of the first Baptist Church were served Coffee and hot Coffee cake thursday morning in the Home of Lester James wms Presil was a prayer chair gave the devotional and off ered a prayer for i Howard Community Mission read a letter from Peter pan in appreciation for a gift Given the school by the members were asked to attend the starting april 1 and continuing through april 11 and to Call on people in the Church and invite them to will be the Evan the lesson the Home and was presented by Hazel Marten mrs Karl Eggers j offered the dosing House committee trims million program Only slightly ration by the House Simcoe said he hoped they could be approved before thais when the House Hopes to an easter vacation that will last until april the biggest reductions came in capital the governor had recommended 583 for construction and repairs at state the com Mittee wound up with a total of the University of Missouri construction Money was Cut about million but it got More than that i Back in salary j Simcoe said the committee de i cited the student professor ratio should be 151 instead of the governors recommended so it added million to the University salary otherwise the changes were comparatively slight throughout the the University operations Bud get was a single package of for All the i Kansas City and the committee total came to in general Revenue and state it did net include an estimated million in Federal funds which will be available and which the governor had included in his total of Here Are the changes made the committee in operational funds for the various institutions governors figure in University of Missouri All Cam Central Missouri state College at Warrensburg 265 training school for girls at Chillicothe Bosworth Junior class to stage comedy april 9 bolts and a comedy in three will be presented at 8 april by the bos Worth High school Junior presentation will be in the school when the masterful miss Rebec Ca whose Hobby is psycho inherits a spooky old Man Sion from an eccentric she turns it into a sanitarium for Par tics with phobias and nervous Dis much to the dismay of her the nuts Start to pour and the fun be gins in Hippocrates a synthetic tries to cure the a and it is guaranteed to be a comedy youll not soon the characters and who there played by Are Marnil a Rebec Cas Gayle Rose Lytic the who Enid to Lucca manager of the Bolt sanitarium for mental by Martha Wise Martha the a Marilyn Hockett Twink a Nikulas with delusions of Dick Ballard Hippocrates a Mcwillams Henry the i afraid of Edward j Forsythe Phimeas a Law yer with a humility Gene sunnier miss Prunella a patient with Charlene Potter Carl Falleder a a afraid of Jim Warner Gertie a patient who fears Mary Behler Wilbur her Darling Ronald son of and Glen is in his second year of vocational agriculture and Chillicothe chapter of the future Farmers of he was alternate on the poultry team last his supervised farming consists of one Row and acres of and fifteen acres of Beans Garden club has lesson on lawns and gardening an enthusiastic group of Garden club members met in the Socia Hall of the first Christian cd Tirol yesterday morning for the firs regular meeting of the club Thi several new member were welcomed into the Mak no an attendance of 40 for the Palmer Milbank conducted the and Truman Ward read the Secretary she is the clubs temporary chair Man while Honor Israel is Virgil reported that about 150 members have now paid their 1965 Mason had the arrangement for the speakers a mexican Thorn Plant having the lines of a rectangular a Green backed China Toad crouched under the attractive Reddish foliage of the Howard the Bird lore gave some advice on care and placement of Biro Dave Johns of the Flower distribution committee re ported that Lincoln Nichols has again offered to let the Garden club have Flowers for distribution whenever he has them in George program announced that Stu state farm Forrester from will be the speaker for the clubs april 23 at this time the members Wil also have their annual Plant Charles Fleener of the Bailey seed company was yesterdays he had a i Pound of Scotts Blu grass seed to give to the club member who would come club 13 years ago and has been on the advisory Board every so the members were especially pleased to be Able to help Honor her on her Fleener had made a trip to to visit the Scott company factories and testing he took pictures there and showed the coloured slides As he explained the products and pro esses which the company has de eloped for growing there vere also pictures of Rose Beds and Rees which showed what fertilizers an do for he demonstrated Ike of a new Spray in an easily operated prayer which will kill crabgrass and weeds at any period of their Fleener also had samples of Many other products which have been recently developed o make gardening easier and More he advised that Dor spraying should be done he demonstrated How much better a Spray clings to a Leaf if a few drops of spreader sticker has been added to the in response to questions Cluck Weed he admitted that is a difficult Weed to get rid he said it should be sprayed both Spring and Best results Are obtained when the night tempera Tures Are Over 40 degrees and when the spraying is done Early in the morning while the chickweed is wet with Many other questions of Gar Dening were asked and several members testified to the Success Ful use of last years new dust for grass and Weed control in Flower they said it quite effectively prevented the sprouting of Weed seeds All Many members lingered alter the meeting to ask questions and to examine some of the Largo Assort ment of Garden helpers which flee Ner had the most Amaz ing piece of new equipment shown was a Lawn Mower which has no wheels but rides on a Cushion of Kenneth Lake Young ack Terry will elect two to county school Board nearest to guessing the number of seeds in the Truman Ward won the the Box con Taining Over two and a Hall million Fleener also had another a sensitive Plant in a con which he presented to de Saale since it was her birth the members earlier Sang Happy birthday to Saale was pates chief troop Brownie troop 55 met Friday the meeting was opened with the Flag the following officers were elec Ted Ann Moss vice voters own in the which candidate from the count court candidates runs reside county court District from seek at the dose of the the judges Lor each of the school districts at each voting place shall car life the of the election provided for on the tally sheets and deliver the same with the bal lots to the Secretary of the who in turn shall deliver the tally by this and ballots to the Secretary of the co univ Board of assistant in starting the Garden Marilyn i Debra Leppin Secre Julia Lucast Gloria still Mala Hof Mann and song Marian Flowers were made for the arts the meeting was closed by the group Johnny Apple refreshments were served by Ennet i aumw8 first 43uwjty Navy planes blast Bridge 65 Miles from Hanoi spiritual emphasis week to begin May ence have accounted of the for the pres the Page i april to present in depth the com Pelling claims of the Christian gos Pel and to provide an Opportunity for a response to those ii is the Hope of the churches leading spiritual emphasis week that not Only will the easter season lie made More meaningful but also that Many May find a new meaning in their for Yaqub shopping convenience open until i pm unite piece goods shoes for the Dri Peryl and carpets t t girl their work clothing r jewelry radios Luggage can charge it j

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