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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1963, Chillicothe, Missouri News Notts of local happenings 4 Christmas us Tatj and to Refl and will Christmas visit with Dotty a Mertys and 1104 Clay 4 Holiday 6uist miss mable1 Kansas came during the we Kwh to spend the Christmas holidays with he Roy Byrd and family at 4 Renschen to visit and Joseph Rensch and Sheri Paula and will spend tuesday with Rensch Paul and with and Mervin 444 visits grandparents David Adams returned Home yesterday afternoon after a few Days visit with his and Forrest Davis is the son of and Howard 444 Dowell Homi Bernie Dowell was taken Thorning from the Chillicothe Hospital to her 403 Vine the trip was made by Chillicothe coach and ambulance 444 Home for the holidays Jim a student the University of arrived during the weekend from to spend the Christmas holidays with his and Clifford country club 444 visiting meneely and Rex Fay meneely and Timmy and of Are spending the Mas holidays in Chillicothe with meneely and Rex and with rela Tives in 444 admitted to Hospital Willard was admitted yesterday to the Chillicothe Hospital for John Hale and Jeff 815 were admit Ted saturday for medical treat Joseph and Gary were admitted today for 44 Hospital dismissals dismissed during the weekend from the Chillicothe Hospital were Diane Norborne Keith vol us bail edition fount sectiqns42 pages the Manger scene with homage being paid to the is displayed on the West Side of the Chillicothe City h11 Angel hovers Over the Newborn the scene was Jansen Gloria sea is Brenda 1816 red Wheeling Donald Brecken Ridge Roy Jamesport Cecil 42 Herriman Roy Gallatin Jasper Van Meadville Eldon Richer 511 ninth Street miss Florence continued on Page George Bevelle Dies m daughters Home was bom Here and returned in George Everett died at three Oclock this morning at the Home of his Ruth Schneiter at he had been in failing health the last 10 a son of Walter Lee Bevelle and Vena Mae Bevelle was born on 17 at he attended school in he was married to miss Eula Faye Coen at Kansas on they resided in Chillicothe from 1917 to 1940 and in Kansas City from 1940 to Bevelle returned to Chillicothe for a residence in survivors Are three Doris Cowee and nor Man Kansas City and Wheeling five Raymond and fort Excelsior Springs and Bill and Chilli he also leaves a George Chillicothe 24 grandchildren and one great grand Bevelled wife and two Brothers preceded him in funeral services will be held at 2 Oclock thursday afternoon at Chapel of the Norman funeral burial will be on the family lot at Edge Wood the weather Northwest Missouri fair with rising temperature tonight us tonight i 10 High to today near official temperature maximum 6 saturdays minimum 10 sundays maximum u sundays minimum u today minimum 44 series of mishaps in City saturday police investigate five accidents no one is no one was injured but several vehicles were damaged in a series of minor traffic accidents in Chillicothe police investigated five mishaps during the Day and two cars collided on South Washington when one pulled from the service area of the Hoover Oil into the path of a southbound car about saturday Robert of 19 Liberia told police that a truck blocked his View and he didst see the southbound 1958 Chevrolet driven by Charles of 1413 Bryan Case said he applied his brakes but the car skidded on the Slick Jordans 1959 Ford was damaged on the left rear fender and cases car was damaged on the left the Grill and a 1958 Ford driven by Charles of 600 Highland Slid into the rear of a 1962 Chev Rolet driven by Shirley Corey of Dawn about in the holi Day lanes parking the Corey car had stopped for traffic but Heins vehicle skidded on the the Ford was dam aged on the left front and the Chevrolet on the right about saturday a 1950 Ford pickup driven by Fred of 619 Madison collided with a 1962 Ford driven by Donald lock at the intersection of first and Locust the car was damaged on the right front and Back door and a 1958 Plymouth driven by Dor Othy May White of Trenton and a 1963 Chevrolet driven by Delbert Kansas collided at the intersection of Locust and third streets about saturday the Plymouth was damaged on the rear door and the Chevrolet on the right front a 1949 Desoto coach driven by Cora Ellen cousins of Chula backed from a parking space into a Safeway cab driven by Nathan which had stopped to discharge a passenger about in the parking lot of Carls the left front fender of the cab was to give peace corps exam Here 11 the next peace corps placement test will begin at Satur at the Chillicothe pos the peace corps has announced from All applicants Are required to take the placement test As Well As submit peace corps miss Toyne named to University top Honor society miss Jane daughter of or and Guy Toyne of Chilli co is one of 21 students at St Louis University nominated to Gamma i National Jesus Honor society for the very Paul presi Dent of the has an Gamma i Epsilon is the Catholic school equivalent of Phi Beta the University said tha Christ needed in daily none River falling 4 year a09 maximum 38 minimum u Joseph and Mary were excluded from the inn because there was no but there is a modern Day in that some people have excl Jed Jesus my their Medford pastor of the first Baptist told the kiwanis club at its dinner meeting at the strand hotel today men need to accept Jesus in their daily he to simply recognize that god exists is not Elliott was program president Neil Beard More announced that 1964 officers will be installed at the clubs meeting next monday Leo Brown was elected to serve As a member the Board of directors of the club to succeed Leon who is moving from the Given ticket police issued a summons Day afternoon to Robert of j621 Bryan he was charged with driving top fast for Street police said he was driving 35 in a 25mjle appointment to Gamma i Epsilon is the highest Honor that can be awaited to a woman student at the appointment is based upon excellence in loyalty and service to the the purpose of Gpe is to Honor coeds who have distinguished them selves both within la Weir schools and throughout the the University newspaper miss Toyne plans to do Grad uate work in mathematics Afler completing her undergraduate work at the she has been on the schools Honor Roll every semes has served As Secretary of her with the arts the swim staff of the University women soda Lily and has been chairman of her Hall scholar ship reports theft Jim Baker of 1405 Lambert drive reported to police that someone stole four wheel covers from his car while it was parked Al the the report reached police about Jato Helper 5ayj shopping Day to Christmas shop for if is in our and pages and whether they be mens or children s Are in this great universe of Man is a Mere an ant in his As compared boundless world about him As measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole of truth and there is a Santa he exists As certainly As love and generosity and Devotion and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest Beauty and How dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claus it would be As dreary As if there were no there would be no childlike then no no Romance to make tolerable their we should have no except in sense and the eternal Light with which childhood fills the world would be not believe in Santa Claus you might As Well not believe in fairies you might get your papa to hire men to watch All the Chim Neys on Christmas eve to catch Santa but even if they did not see Santa Claus coming what would that prove nobody sees Santa but that is no sign that there is no Santa Claustre most real things in the world Are those neither children nor men can did you Ever see fairies dancing on the Lawn of course not but that no proof that they Are not there nobody can conceive or imagine All the wonders that Are unseen and use table in the you tear apart the baby rattle and see what makes the noise but there is a Vail covering the unseen world which not the strongest or even the United strength of All the strongest men that Ever could tear Only Faith fancy can push aside the curtain and View and picture the supernal Beauty and glory is it All in All this world there is nothing else real and no Santa Claus thank god he and he lives forever a thousand years from nay ten thousand years from he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood 300 outlined in Snow when this picture was taken under illumination of flood 01 yes there is a Santa Claus it was Only and 1897s Christmas was three months m the but Virginia Ohanlonn concern was with an important problem to knew no that is Why she wrote the following letter to the new York Sun dear editor i am 8 years some of my Little friends say there is no Santa papa says if you see it in the Sun its please Tell me the there a Santa Claus yours Virginia the answer to Virginias written in a moment of deep spiritual insight by Francis stands even today As a testament expressing two thousand years of it is re printed Here because it always will deserve to be read indeed your Little friends Are they have been affected by the scepticism of a sceptical do not believe except what they think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by Little mayor sends seasons greetings to All mayor Louis Stein today extended seasons greetings to the citizens of in keeping with the spirit of the i want to wish every person in our Community a merry Christmas and a Happy new the mayor said tonight May break subzero string Mercury plunges to 14 degrees below Zero not so cold Chilli Cothes siring of six straight subzero nights May be As a Cathor Bureau predicts a slight warming with an overnight Low of 5 to u the temperatures tumbled to a slinging 14 last h was the tenth time this a Iolli thai the me Cury had been below Zero Here the record 14 followed a Saluda night Low of 11 and a maximum High on sunday of 11 the temperature reached Only is above on although there is a Warmin trend there is no Wor that temperatures will Rise Abov the freezing a High in i 20s was expected today with the 30s scheduled for the overnight Low in the Slat massive Rescue operation at scene of burning liner it was still three below Zero on the state Bank thermometer at Oclock this was 15 at with 13 a Light Snow fell Over the Southern portion of the state and Only the Southeast remained above Zero last the cold set records in Maryville and is Louis As Well As Chillicothe for this Paul freed to manage three Lerner stores in Kansas City Paul son of and Paul 346 Dickinson has been transferred from fort to Kansas City by freed has been with learners 7 years and has been manager of to stores at fort Worth the last 2 upon his return to Kan As City he will be manager and supervisor of three at Lith Walnut Ward Parkway shop Jing and the Blue Ridge he will also supervise the learners store at freed spent sunday in Chil Cother with his parents and Dowell and Dick and and freed and Shelly and will move to Kansas City after the first of the Nannie Richardson Dies Al age of 93 she was a resident of the Avalon Nannie Beth died yesterday evening Al the club Lic othe where she bad been a patient since Richardson was born on March daughter of Samuel and Jane Linton on March she was married to Clayton she spent her lifetime in the Avalon surviving Are two Blanche and Lucille and one Dove funeral services will be at 2 Oclock tuesday afternoon at the Austin funeral in burial will be in the Avalon Here from Michigan and Richard Rhead and Ricky and of will arrive Loday to spend the holidays with Heads and Mervin 42 pa6is in our Christmas Issue this is the Constitution trib Unes Christmas it has 42 pages and is in four the editions 42 pages Are the same As in 1962a Mark which exceeds by 4 pages any other Christmas Issue in the news papers 98year the culmination of several weeks of the three Spe Cial Christmas sections contain nearly Iso feature stores and some so pictures in keeping with the spirit of the also included Are advertise ments through which 214 Busi Ness firms and individuals extend seasons greetings and express appreciation for continued support and patronage through out the Issue is published today in order that All both City and will have ample time to read it before their Busy Christmas hundreds pulled from Atlantic As air Force hundreds attend Christmas parly deserving children receive presents at annual City hundreds of Chilli Colic children received christinas Girts of and Candy during the annual City Christmas party sunday afternoon in the City Hall mayor Louis Stein welcomed More than 400 youngsters to the an Nual Harold mus Tor of led the group in ushering in Santa Glaus with the singing of Jingle a total of 3fi5 toys were passe out from the these Range from bicycles to wagons am Santa Glaus and Linto Drew numbers from the Jar for thas members of the Cit Council police and Stree departments assisted in getting the gifts to the holders of the Winnin after All the prizes had been cleared from the the More than 400 youngsters trooped Down the stairs to the Council Chambers where members of the Chillicothe Jaycees passed out sacks of Candy and Small the Candy was Donald by the chamber of Commerce and sacked by its local merchants donated games and toys to be Given Many used toys were also donated to the they Verc repaired and painted by Mem Bers of the fire mayor Stein said that he Felt the party was a great Success and that Hose attending were worthy and deserving Oscar chairman of the thanked everyone who it was a great he come tax returns now go to Louis District Dirac advised today that 11 Federal tax returns filed in Missouri after should e sent to District director internal Revenue service 63101 your cooperation in following Icse instructions will help con i durably in processing of your re 23 a raging fire forced to abandon the Christ Mas cruise ship Lakonia in the Atlantic a massive air sea Rescue operation plucked hundreds from the Ocean and More were being saved a air i1rce report said about 100 i persons floating in i water and All appeared aboard greek liner when disaster struck sunday night were 5l passengers on a mostly British including four and a Crew of reports of the total rescued ranged from 170 to More than 800 bul there was a possibility of some All but the Stern of the ship was ablaze and explosions rocked her 608fool length when Rescue vessels arrived on the scene about 180 Miles Northwest of the water was dolled with life boats and Clouds of smoke rolled up from the Rcd hol people wild with Joy waved from life boats As rescuers others led to swim As far away from the Latonia As they the water temperature was 64 warm enough to give those i the sea a Chance to officials of the line believed two babies and 30 to 34 children under 12 were some accounts told of mothers Tost ing children into lifeboats and of parents struggling in the water to keep their children and British military planes crisscrossed the spotting swimmers Ami life boats and direct ing Rescue a air Force air Rescue re port received in said a c54 flying Over the area from the azores told of the urns and will expedite Bookwalter lax re a spill in the with to do to make Littion Tribune 1 when the age of son of in the Clay Street Park yesterday afternoon in and Ailen near the Bottom of the Prado it was the liable to wind up in the continued on Pago Edna Rockhold Dies Al farm Home spent married life near Edna wife Hank died at 1 Oclock sunday morning the family ii Miles Southeast of Rockhold had been in failing health for several Rockhold was 77 years she was a member of Mooresville methodist a daughter amps and Ada Youngman Bro was born on july 1886 at at the age of 12 he moved with her parents to she attended school at on she was mar red to Frank Rockhold at to and Rockhold noved to their present farm Home her their marriage and have spent Cir entire married life survivors include her husband of the Home two miss Margaret Jean Kansas cily and miss Anna Louise Rock hold of the Home i to Sam Kansas City and cd Ward rot hold of the two Kellogg Kan Sas cily and miss Stella Rockholds parents and one sister preceded her in funeral services will to held at 2 Oclock tuesday afternoon at the Mooresville methodist the John will conduct Hie burial will to made on the fam ily lot at the Utica the body of Rodd old will lie in stale at he Norman funeral Home until noon tuesday at which Lime it will be removed to the Church to lie in state until the hour of the laugh it off Good stores open again tonight will close tuesday at 4

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