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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Chillicothe, Missouri MEADVILLE By ROBERT HOLMAN and Roy Bailey drove to Overland May where they were overnight guests of their Kenneth and the two couples drove to where they were guests of Baileys Sunday was a triple celebration of wedding anniversar and Bailey cele brated their Gist June 1 and Goodwin were celebrating their 561 h anni and another sister and and Mitchell of Oklahoma celebrated their 53rd anniversary that falls on June The Baileys returned home and Kenneth Schuetz of Santa and EUiel Harvey are spending the week at Harveys home Monday evening the three cele brated the 23rd wedding anniversary and had dinner at Sta tons They have visited and Lewis Schuetz and Sharon and Bob Brookfield and Marion Surber Vesta and and They will re turn to Kansas City Saturday where Harvey is making her home with her Her man and The Schuetzes will then return to their Gentry Street Church Prayer meeting was well at tended at the Gentry Street Bap tist Loretta Davis Keytesville was a of Sunday school was held Sunday at with Kenneth Dawson Russell and Lorretta Davis of Keytsville were Roy Botts of who vis ited his Effie Brown and Pearl two left Sunday for his and Odell Taylor of Chillicothe visited relatives here last Mearl Brown of and Earl Brown of twin visited friends here Thursday of last They also visited in Lavena Pearl and Effie Brown shopped in Chillicothe Bethel Club Edith Benson was hostess to members of the Bethel club June In the absence of the Delores Johnson A club picnic with families as guests was planned for July 10 at Pershing Miss Gladys Thompson pre sented a lesson on Our She told of earlier flags of the States and how to display the flag on various She also showed pictures of flags of differ ent Miss Catherine Ben of Charles was a Attending Camp A group of young people from the Baptist church left Monday a ternoon to attend and camp sponsored by the Linn Coun ty association at Grand northwest of The James pastor of the local is camp Lowell Ewing of the church is one of the cooks with Guy Thomas VanDame ac companied them home for an in definite Murphy drove to Joseph Friday to join and Ger ald Murphy and Beverly on a weekend trip to Springfield to visit and Bob Bohnenkamp and and Raymond Bagley were Monday supper guests of and Carlos Harris and The Harrises had re turned on Sunday from Duane Couch and children of and Floyd Shiflett visited Floy Morris Lamin attended the funeral of her Keith at Marceline Jordan Coates visited her Amy Wednesday and John Miller and family of and and Lester Smith and Stella Smith of Chillicothe were Sunday guests of and Willard Eckert and David stationed at Scott spent the week end with his Pearl and and Meryl Surber and daughters called on and Robert Cohoon and Chilli Friday and Charles Dennis and sons ol North Kansas City ar rived Monday for a vacation visit with and Allen Belzer and family and other relatives in Chillicothe and near and Wurner and daughter and Helen Halver stadt of Elk were Saturday guests of Augusta The Wurners re turned home that Halverstadt and Humphfres left Wednesday afternoon of this week for a months visit with and Jack Morris and and Leland Hatch and are visit ing his and Or ville Hatch and other Meets at Linneus Those attending the zone meet ing of the of the Metho dist church hi Linneus Friday were Mesdames Logan Mor gan Seth Jack Nel son Sebie Dennis Art Murry Ira Russell Grayson Han and Elva and Lester Gudgell and family of called on and Homer and Vern Gudgell and nd Palmer Benny Gudgell who had spent ometime visiting relatives here eturned home with his and Shiflett spent Saturday and Sunday with and Melvin Mechlin and Ida May Hucker was in for the weekend vis iting and Ed Kimble of Mo arrived Saturday for a visit with her Art What a shot Photographers love to find a scene like Flowing water a background of trees a church spire in the distance these always make an outstanding Wherever we travel we see Christian churches In harmonious set and theres a tendency to think of them as part of the But what an important part they are I Every one is a House of dedicated to His Every one is a community focal helping in a thousand ways to broaden and beautify the lives of its And every one is a vital link in the shining chain of Christian belief that stretches around the Not far from where you theres a church that could give your life a new Whatever doubts and fears you may bring them to God in His You can rely on His promise that He will not leave you Copyright Krister Advertising Sunday I Chronicles Psalma Psalms Micah Mark Acts Acts and Wednesday on and of Princeton helpers were Joe Kitchen Lewis of Marceline and a woman from the Olive Lamkin and John Korsen went Tuesday to help in the kitch en with Beulah Riggle and Ruby Collis going on Wednes day to Young people attending were Lyndal and Clara Ruth Louise Patsy and Susie Darlene and Lillian Mon Linette and Cindy Connie Dana Ruth and Alice Valeria and Ter esa Sally Ann and Maes Harry Mar tie Dick John Limke and Mark Those fur nishing transportation were Mrs Max Vaughn Max Mrs Orval Lowell Ewing and Margaret Ann Haynes was a morning they called Dick At Twirling Camp Miss Julie Tharp is attending a weeklong twirling clinic on the campus of Kirksville State Teach ers Julie will be the drum majorette of the Meadville RIV School Band this coming Lee Wilson returned Thurs day evening from a weeks visit with and Ray Riv er On May Good had celebrated his 80th birth Ray is the eldest son of the late Simon Good of Oth er guests were Leland of Los Carl of and Earl of Adinner Saturday was held for the four brothers and sister in the home of the Ray That evening another birthday dinner was held in the home of and Ray and family with other guests another Fred and and a Ted and Sunday evening and Fred Good entertained with a Wednesday supper guests of Lavena Tyus and Granviell Wood were Roy Botts of Pearl Thompson and Effie Attend Wedding In Chicago and Max Sallee were guests of the weekend of May 30 of and Frank On Saturday they at tended the wedding of Miss Louise Falbo and Fred Seigaas in Chi Sallee and the bride groom are The Bailees First Assembly of God 815 Elm Street Dial MI 62807 Orville Minister Sub Jeremiah Central Truth God is especially mindful of His persecuted Showers of Jesus was tender toward all who were in distressing circum We shall be blessed if our ears are sensitive to the hearts of those who seem umpromising or God can take the least of these and make them monuments of His grace and Wednesday midweek The church where Jesus is church school superintend Twenty church school classes or all age The Church at Worship Lords Morn ng message will be delivered by John Alexander of Culver Stockton Special music by the Chancel choir directed by William class family picnic will be held at Simpson The Church at Work Family Chancel choir Thursday overnight guest of Jean Jean accompanied her home to stay over Friday Pearl Eddy Mar tens and Kay Friesner have enrolled in summer school at Kirks ville State Teachers Margaret Leavell and Juanita Miller of arrived Thursday night to spend 10 days at the Leavell Brenda and Karen Buckman of Marceline were guests Friday until Wednesday of their and Oren Surber and and Morgan Zion Baptist Church 281 Asher Street Louis Pastor Mary Stephens superintendent Miss Jo anne Devo tion by the Sermon b the youth choir Benjamin Johnson Jackie Rucker Mis sion at the 8 Business meet choir rehearsal First Christian Church 900 Jackson Street Walter Bingham The Church at Study Walter Philathea class with 1114 Gleaners class with Virgil 209 executive committee 812 Church choir Prayer Pauls Coneor Everyone is invited to join us in the worship and service of Jesus The Methodist Church 1414 Walnut Earl Minister DeLoss Minister of Evangelism Dorothy Educational Assistant The 10th chapter of Mark con tains one of the memorable stories of our Lords His min istry to blind Bartimaeus is em blematic of His love and care for all Gods Sunday message is What Can I Do For You Saturday and Country Scout 9 at the open hoase 24 Junior High prayer 3 Boy Scout Troop Tuesday The church prayer group 12 Strand Chapel choir 7 2 Me Calvary Baptist Church Third and Locust Streets Harry Pastor Sunday Rex Morning Training William Evening Alma Rohm circle will visit the rest home Sunday Quick circle will meet with Marie Ishmael 429 1 Bruce will meet with Peggy 1217 7 School offi cers and teachers Prayer Choir 17 Saturday Royal 10 and camp at Grand June BARBS Thursday Fidelis class at the church for a covered dish 1721 Free Methodist Church Curtis and Graves Forrest Pastor Sunday Clem ent Morning Bible study and chorus Gospel Prayer Grace Episcopal Church 421 Elm Street o 1 y Communion service for the 3rd Sunday after prayer service with choral music and a sermon entitled From Death Un to school serv ice and Nursery service Grace Protestant E p i s o p a 1 Church welcomes By HAL COCHRAN You usually have to worm your way through a windfall You can drop your wealth and be even better off when you drop it into savings When you go away on a vacation for a little change thats what you wind up with when you get back It isnt as hard for most people to get up on Saturday and Sunday morning because they dont have First Baptist Church Vine and Clay Streets Medford Pastor Larry Putman Minister of Music John Are You A Christian Ministry of Psalm 150 Riegger church Sam The MissouriAustralian Cru Ministry of Music Fol low Me Don Monday Livingston Associa tion Camp begins at Grand Oaks at 12 Church of Christ 308 Elm Street Sunday Sunday Wednesday Our trust must be placed in looking into him as the auth or and finisher of our as one possessing a robe of righteousness large enough to cover our by so we may thereby be de clared pure in the sight of Our faith and trust shall then be imputed unto us as righteousness even as was our father from promise and not from Local Markets EGGS COX 2clb HENS 5c I I i TO CATCH A FALLING National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory have put into full operation a sevenstate midwestern network to photo graph Newsmap spots the 16 unmanned automatic camera Photos of the meteor trails will be used for scientific studies and to track and recover any meteorites that might hit the Field headquarters for the called Prairie Net is in Total area covered by the camera net work is more than billion JUNE THE YEAR ROUND By JUNE LAMME County Agent June Is Month Have you headed for the outdoor grill yet this summer The caveman had to cook his meat over the open fire because t was the only he had of Often the meat was pierced with a green stick and held over the flame because there was no other way to do and hunters also barbe qued their not just for the fun ot but to have food to As iime went on the cooking moved in doors to the to wood and coal then to the modern ranges with all kinds of heat con trols and gadgetson Even with all the modern con veniences there is still a little bit of gypsy in so we have gone back to the outdoor There is a feeling of adventure and good fellowship about a barbe whether it is done for ones own family or large In to the fellowship and the working together to prepare the the charcoal flavored food cooked over the grill is very June is considered barbeque Would you like to have a bulletin prepared by the University of Missouri on barbequeing It is The JUNE 1964 called Outdoor Meat Folder This folder tells how to prepare the charcoal selec ion of how to cook on ro tisserie or skewer and foil This can be ob tained by writing to our office ihe University Extension Center in the Post Office Building in Chilli EXTENSION CALENDAR June 4H council 8 Farmers Electric Co June Home Economics Exten sion Council Farmers June Oneday junior leader con Pershing June Fairboard Milbank June District junior leader June University of Missouri Ex tension Council Uni versity Extension July SharetheFun July 4H July Pork Chop July National Farm Safety July Contest MOTHERS LITTLE HELPER GREAT Dale de Kraais 7 yearold burned the trash for her mother she also burned up an early model de Kraai had gone to burn the trash earlier but it was too windy and she put it in the When the wind stopped she asked Kitty to burn the She without moving ConstitutionTribune want ads TV Program Listings Program listings are provided by the individual listing indicates Letter C after program stations which are responsible for their LITTLE PEOPLES PUZZLE Pamela Brownie day camp attended at Pershing Saturday evening guests of John Chapman at a barcecue were and Leland Hatch and fam ily and Roy and Donnie Chap wan and Chillicothe and Ronald Ke Cheri and Browning and Henry Wheeling and Orville Bailey spent the weekend to and Anna who Bailey three week with Her Mat tie returned home with returned home Sunday afternoon Dorislene Buckman of Chillicothe was a Sunday guest of her Abi Palmer Miss Betty VanDyke of Jo seph spent the weekend with Mr and Edwin VanDyke and Lester ar rived for a visit with his Mary and other Minnie Quinn and Alger Dole of Arkansas and Elizabeth Kansas called on Qulnns neph Robert and Hoi man Monday and Jon Lampkin and of Pasa spent Friday at the home of the formers and Martha Anne spent Thursday and Friday of last week with her and and Raymond Martens and Mclntosh were in Chilli cothe Tuesday evening attending a dinner given by Bill Tomp kinds in honor of Bills Other guests were and Billy Mac Tompkins and little and Clair Botts spent Sunday in Church of God Floyd Medlin Pastor Sunday 10 Worship 11 Evangelistic Wednesday prayer and Bible Friday youth The higher a man is in the lower he will be in his own Spurgeon First Presbyterian Church Elm and Ann Streets William Minister school with classes for all age Lindblom will speak on the topic Do We Know What We Want The Youth Fellowship will meet Sunday evening at in the fel lowship The program will conclude with refreshments and a film of the Sebring Grand Mens club fish fry will be this Wednesday 6 at the Rotary shelter house in Simpson If you have not made your please contact Claude Registration blanks for junior high camp have finally Interested boys and girls who are and 14 years and who will be in the 8th or 9th grade next year should pick up a blank from the church office as soou as The dates of the camp are July TONIGHT 3 4 TEA 9 Aquanauts 4 Man Into Space 4 2 Bowling 3 Big Picture 4 Bowling 9 World of Sports 3 TEA 4 Sports Special 5 2 Deputy 3 Championship Bridge 4 Temple Houston 5 Whirlybirds 2 Flintstones 3 Gospel of Christ 5 Mister Ed 9 The Texan 2 Sportsmans Friend 3 Ensign OToole 45 News 9 Son of Chiller The Leopard Man 235 Jackie Gleason 6 HDN3HM f9 xogiivw s muv3 fe aaivaMS H 3 NOUna U IXVl Ol aiHDinQ 8 7 33WWVH 8 SSiiOH V3S Johns Lutheran Church Calhoun at Walnut George Rattelmuller Interim Pastor Sunday school and Bible 10 Worship 1045 Ser mon by the Lambert 4 The lieutenant 9 News 235 The Defenders 4 Joey 9 Lawrence Welk 4 Movie The Asphalt Jungle 2 Dick VanDyke 35 Phil Silvers 9 Saturday Night at Hollywood 900 235 Gunsmoke 9 Ensign OToole 239 News 2 Wrestling 3 Burkes Law 5 Movie Big Sleep 9 Chiller The Greeper 4 News 4 Movie Under My Skin 2 Trails West 3 Movie Black Jack Desperado 2 Evening Prayer B Movie High Sierra 5 News 4 Movie One hi a Million 5 Movie Invisible Woman 9 for Our Times SUNDAY 9 Call to Worship 9 Gospel Time 5 Light Time 9 Gospel Favorites 5 Davey and Goliath 3 The Answer 4 Sacred Heart 5 Your Church Mine 4 Christophers 3 Country Gospel 4 Industry on Parade 5 Lamp Unto My Feet 9 Discovery 4 Americans at Work 5 Look Up and Live 4 Faith for 9 Casey Jones i Frontiers of Faith 35 Camera Three 9 Wonderama I Norman Vincent Peale 4 Bible Answers 6 Face the Nation 11 3 Bowling 4 This Is The Life 5 Profile 9 Jungle Jim 2 Morning Prayer 2 News 2 Dizzy Dean 2 Chicago at 4 International Zone 5 Knothole Gang 9 Rocky Friends 5 As Dugout 5 As at Indians 12 Noon 3 House Hunting 4 Movie Hound of The Baskervilles 9 Movie All The Young Men 3 Chicago at 4 Ten Inning Billiards 9 Hootenanny 2 2 1961 San Francisco 49ers 4 Sea Hunt 2 Oral Roberts 4 Probe 9 Buick Open Golf 2 1961 Football Cardinals 8 Farm Report t Movie Under My Skin 5 Movie Big Sleep 2 Championship Bridge 3 Christophers 4 235 Sports Spectacular 3 Farm Report 9 Checkmate 25 Amateur Hour 3 Oral Roberts 238 20th Century 4 Meet the 9 Movie Kansas Pa cilic 23 Ed 4 Bill Dana Show 5 News 235 Lassie 4 News 235 My Favorite Mar tian 4 Disney Color 9 Empire 00 235 Ed Sullivan 4 Grindle 9 Arrest and Trial 2 Jimmy Dean Show 34 5 Celebrity Game 5 Brenner 235 Candid Camera 4 Show of the Week 9 Ensign OToole 235 Whats My Line 9 Movie Down Among the Sheltering Palms 23459 News 9 Premiere 3 Rhythm Playboys 4 Movie Hound of the Baskervilles 5 Movie They Died With Their Boots On 1 News 2 Movie Missiles From Hell S Movie Driftwood 9 Movie Back to Ba taan 12 Mldnlflht a Evening Prayer 4 Naked City 9 NewsAlmanac Newt tote Times

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