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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Chillicothe, Missouri Ocie t in order that society items will have the Best news value the Constitution Tribune requests re porters to Call in items the Day after they your help will be our Telephone number is i Bethany shrine honors supreme several supreme appointments were introduced and honoured last night at the Bethany shrine meet those honoured were Dan Deputy supreme watchman of shepherds Alt District Deputy of 6th District Wallace District chairman of the supreme committee on membership and supreme honorary James Darr and George who Are local worthy High priest Ess and watchman of shepherds of Bethany it was announced the shrine will take part in the merchants Side walk Sale and that a Turkey dinner would precede the ceremonial at 8 Oclock saturday refreshments were served by the Joe Lambert and Csc Dith scroll dishes were prepared and served along with other refresh the game prize was won by de secret pal gifts were cd lived by Bill Ralph and Mil on a potluck dinner will e held Al Simpson Park on july i for the club members and their the next meeting will be held n july 8 in the Home of Mil on Rainbow Extension club meets with Stith the Rainbow Extension club met thursday evening in the Home of Delbert Fred called the meet ing to order and the group Sang god bless the whole wide Smith gave a devotional entitled old Donna a member of the show me 4h demonstrated How to make Peanut butter she later served this to the Mem Bers Stith gave the lesson on child development and read an interesting article receipt for preserving letters from Katharyn Zim Merman were read by Ken Neth Hurst and Loyal Man Hinnen read a letter from june games played and everyone pres ent received a Don Raney guessed the mystery pack age and Otis Hurst received a birthday gift from her secret refreshments of Carrot fruit and Coffee or punch were served by the hostess assisted by Everett there will be a patriotic pro Gram for the july meeting and Stanley Diegelman will be third birthday for miss Paula Coleman miss Paula daughter of and Bill 1217 Bryan celebrated her third birthday anniversary with a party at her Home Friday morning at 10 the garage and Patio were decorated with guests were taken for rides in a Surrey birth Day the Center of attraction was a train shaped birthday Complete with Candy after Paula opened her gifts games were the following guests were server refreshments Anc Mike Torre Anc Danny Slattery Patrice and by Wagy Lynn Lori Lobb Martha Donna Clinefelter and Vicky Fitchett and Jan Miller Cathy and Gehrig Coleman was assisted by Walt Bob Lobb and Joe the Chil Dren were Given favors of whistles and balloons As they left the party the Asper neighbourhood club has food lesson the Asper neighbourhood Exten Sion club met june 10 in the Home of Eva Shipp with 11 Mem five and two visit miss Reva Condron and mrs the Ralpl Wilbur Singer read psalm 100 for the de Roll Call was answered with a casserole letter were read from june Lamme and Eva Shipp and Austin Garber presented the foods lesson on casserole three Cas similar to ran gement which won a Blue ribbon in the Flower t was of Polyanthe roses and ferns in a Long stemmed Crystal vase and the other was of Blue hair Theodore Israel had unusual flow ers in her arrangements one was a Pitcher of White hydrangeas and a Branch from a Cherry tree with red cherries growing on it and the other some curved Semi of onion plants grown from last years on ions with their Flowers and seed pods and onion Garden club discusses recent Flower show assistance of businesses and Church the Chili Colic Garden club met iday its principle items f business and its program having o do with last weeks Flower Max general chair Man of the Flower show gave the financial report and suggested that he club express its appreciation o the North Missouri lumber or the loan of lumber used in Mak no display shelves for the Flower How exhibits to the Bailey seed for the cards used for each entry and that a Check be sent to he episcopal Church treasurer for o graciously allowing the Garden Lubs to use its Parish House for meetings and for the Flower Coburn expressed appreciation for the work of the various lower show Tom Driver and George Cooper lad charge of the entry they and the other members of this committee had an especially Busy morning Friday since some of the inhibitors didst have their entries properly named and Joe chairman of the cleanup had More than her share of the work of cleaning up after the show since not All of Ler committee came to they ook the Flowers that were left Over o the nursing Home saturday morn Joe chairman of the judges clerks gave interesting Side rights on the she said that the judges examined each specimen very closely before they gave it a in judging the Rose specimens they noted the condition of the the length of the Stem and its sturdiness As Well As the perfection of the the roses were especially hard to judge because so Many Beautiful ones were they found it easier to judge the artistic arrangements since there were not so Many in each Singer explained Why cer Tain entries were disqualified by the judges such As the Beautiful Topiary tree of red roses on a styrofoam arranged by miss Grace which the judges admired but explained that it was not a True mass the class under which it was the committee suggested that for next years Flower show there might be a class of novel arrangements for such entries As miss Baileys tree and Bucklers patriotic arrangement in the shape of a the judges for this years Flower show were Lester Combs and Roy Ogden of patek gave the help Ful she expressed the be Lief that roses Are one of the most satisfactory Flowers one can no other Flower gives such constant Bloom from May to she had some unusual specimens of roses to show the group and also some 4foot High ferns from her front some of the club Mem Bers have been asking her if she had any More Small Redbud Trees to give away and she brought a dozen of them which had started from seed in the rocks beside her sons hoping that the late Rains will help them to Glenn Merriman had two Flower arrangements on the speak 4h clubs Molo Bethel 4h club meets the Molo Bethel 4h club met june 11 at the Ludlow Lions thirteen members and three visitors were Roll Call was an idea for share of the skits for share of the fun were a rehear Sal was planned for june 22 at the Home of Rhonda and Johnny dam the 4h bake Sale was re ported to the club by Rhonda dam the proceeds were it was voted upon to donate half of the proceeds to the Junior Lead ers for use on their trip to Wash plans for a Weiner roast and Hay ride were but no definite plans were new songs were introduced to the refreshments were i er6onai6 Eller of Breckenridge was in Chillicothe today on Doris loony of Breckyn Ridge was shopping in town honoured As 50year Dodge dealer Mirt fit it to Tel Sale arrangements wore made by Richard Salesman for Don Anderson real to join husband Gary the for Mer miss Bette will arrive this evening to spend the rest of the weekend with her and George 910 next weekend Mumpower will move from where she has been employed by Mclvin to and will join her airman first class Gary who is stationed at Schilling air Force Missouri gop to support Goldwater con ski june guests from Brunswick and Ross Meyers and visited Emma red water entered through the Wall of the Chillicothe City Hall in thursday afternoons rainstorm and covered the floor of the police interrogation room All the Way to the before officers could mop it someone launched a couple of paper police said the Rainwater didst blow in through the cast windows but came in at floor Chillicothe voters recently turned Down a Bond proposal to rehabilitate the City Tio Tribune guests from Illinois and Lawrence Tern Are visiting Temperlyn aunt and her Hus and Louis 900 Jefferson they arrived thursday and will be returning to their Home annual cookout the knights of Columbus coun cil 1084 will hold its annual Cook out at the knights of Columbus Hall on monday june at the cookout is held in Honor of Paul who is the grand Knight of the All knights and their wives Are urged to and has one of the Best dealer ships in the Kansas City Region and is noted for his reputation and whose first sales Terri tory with Dodge included Chilli co congratulated Henry who for years was the Adams service for his role with the local recalling Long hours and extra Effort May put May started with the firm in 1923 and still works there on a part time Adams accepted the plaque As a representative of a number of things and a number of he offered a special tribute to his father and to Henry mayor Louis Stein told the group that he had known every member of the Adams family and recalled that for 18 years the motor car company was a tenant at Elm and Clay streets and that the two never had a attending the dinner in addition to the Dodge representatives and Adams were Lawson Frank Fisher Girdner no Lan Allen Moore mayor Stein Tom Botts Ralph Moore Merl Kenneth Walker Jerry Cole Howard Rion Henry May William serv ice manager Nelson Mechanic Tom parts and sales Herald body shop Ray Mechanic Ronald and Bill Plum studio Church notes new officers installed for Marymartha class thirty four members of the Marymartha class of the Metho dist Church were entertained at 9 Oclock breakfast and meeting thursday in the country Home of and Lee fruit doughnuts and Coffee were Clinton Delos Roy with Mer and David Jacobs and daughter were will presided during a Short business Honor Israel presented the combined devotional and installation new officers Are Stone Plummer Virgil Lind sey Lena Mast Lavonna Collins Courtesy and miss jes Sie the meeting closed with with school Board makes insurance change open for business june Lazy restaurant specializing in Quality food and prices for All families business mens Bridge can be everyday6 till 10 Albert operator school building insurance and was told that generally they had the insured value of Chillicothe school buildings at this time is and their contents to be added is in new construction at Field and Dewey a representative of one of the major companies will be called in to bring building appraisal up to Date and to do the engineering on the insurance the Board decided not to have deductible Type Hill said this might be a risk that an individual would Gamble on in his per Sonal insurance but that Here the school districts Money is involved and taxpayers of the District should not be asked to t the in its motion for rewriting the the Board specified the t commissions go Only to the participating for a number of years it has been school Board policy that the commissions be split amongst some 18 insurance each of whom received a Little More than whether or not they had anything to do with writing the this procedure was an outgrowth of a Consoli Dation of policies from a time when the District had 30 to 50 policies on buildings and con Dawn holds meeting at Church the members of the of the Dawn Baptist Church met wednesday the business meeting was opened with a prayer by Erma re ports were Given and the making of cancer dressings and bed pads were discussed an invitation was read from the of the first Baptist Chillicothe inviting the group to meet with their society on july 23 at 7 for a Book the invitation was accept a nominating committee was Twenty cards were re ported sent and 16 sick Calls made during the Lucille Stodgell offered a prayer to close the business a special Sweet hour of was Sung by Margaret Jones accompanied by Anne the lesson Awakening Brazil was presented by mrs Frankie Lucille Stod Margaret mrs Ethel Virlea Barry Erma Ceci Snider and Margaret prayer chairman offered a prayer for those on the prayer refreshments were served to 12 one guest and 8 children by the Frankie Jones assisted by Stodgell and mrs the a Cal meeting will be on july Dorcas Mission holds meeting at Church the Dorcas Mission of Zion Baptist Church met monday at the Church with the mrs Alonzo the meeting was opened by the group stand up for Jesus and scripture read was romans the devotional Mes the hearts a Given by Clair the de Constitution Tribune want ads notional was closed with the hymn Beardmore Sale we have to move Odds and ends at once to make room for new Giveaway prices decorator occasional tables used bedroom suite Many Wall everything in the Back room save save More about Jesus and a Craycr offered by the our method preach with scrip romans was pre enter by Banjamin Bland ind discussed by after Roll Call and committee sports the members repeated the Christian pledge and local news notes hem thursday returned to pcs Moines on Bill who came from Brighton o attend the funeral of his Daisy the first of june was accompanied Home by Lis Locke was Al so Here for her aunts return Home and Bill Merriman and and 907 Easton Street returned tuesday evening after visiting their daughter and Larry and Tulla Larry is son of and Jim 326 Cal Houn patients at Hospital John 1437 Polk Street Ruby 1008 Locust Street Elmer red Chillicothe Joe 8144 Jackson Street Anna Hud have been admitted to the Chillicothe Hospital for med ical Claude Bray Mer Glenn 1427 Polk Street and Leonard 1115 Cooper have entered the Hospital for degree to Denslow William Ray son of and will receive a Bachelor of arts degree and ensigns com Mission in the Wavy at commencement exercises at Yale University reports the Tren ton daughter arrives and Norman 117 Jackson announce the birth of an 13ounce daughter at Oclock this morn ing at the Chillicothe return for wedding and Carl and will arrive this evening for the wedding of Carls Nellie to Jerry while they will visit Carl sch Abs and Ralph red the sch Abs Are former residents of this and red and visitors from Arizona and fort and ser Geant Morrison South were guests in the Home of Wanda Wilson and 206 and in the Home of and Fred 512 Wilsons returned to fort Hua Chuca with the Morrison to spend the vacation in Michigan and Ernest 612 Peacher will leave monday for a 2wcek vacation in Eberlin does construction work and Eber Lin is a Saleslady at they will visit and How Ard Salisbury and family and and Kenneth Thorpe and fam Salisbury and Thorpe Are Eberlins leave Hospital William Wheeling Grove red Chillicothe Patty Owens Waldo Bray Ronald Gallatin John Dawn Carl Bosworth and Jessie Wheeling were dismissed today from the Chillicothe William 1513 Bryan Street and Jackie Hamil were released visited grandparents Russell and Mike Butcher of a were guests two Days this week of their and 117 Clay who is Home on a 30day will return july 6 to West Point military West All Bui 1 to convention is linked to Louis Only Miv Souri Delegate to the Republican National convention who is viewed As not favouring any presidential candidate again stated his position in still sounding out the sent ment of the people in my Robert Crawford of Louis who was elected from the 1st congressional District in he remains the Only Delegate who docs not favor or is not committed to Arizona Barry four Strong Goldwater support ers were elected As a arc Dele Gates to the san Francisco meeting next month at fridays state convention their selection completed Dele they also brought to 18 the num Ber of Missouri delegates commit Ted to the Arizona five others Are reported As favouring Goldwater the sparked by Thomas Curtis pc anole speech turned into a Goldwater rally that elected these delegates state gop chairman Lem of Kansas Durward Hall of Spring Anne Richards Muki Hiney of the stale vice and miss Hazel Palmer of the parlays unsuccessful for Senate in who spoke for 15 was interrupted 45 times by a he once had to Stop for seven minutes for a Goldwater demonstration that followed his statement that the people believe Barry Goldwater is leveling with them and the Republican parly Musl Back him in doing All in can to level with the convention chairman Kenneth Wangelin of Poplar a former state gop called the meeting Back to Curtis was applause again when he defended Goldwa lers shooting from the he said that is a form of leveling with the former Walter Ploeser of Louis county was elected Missouri National commit an ambassador to Paraguay during the Eisenhower do sealed Marcer county gop chairman Levi Low a Princeton who won the Post by i 910582 succeeds Francis c Corley of who did no seek Corley was Defeated in his bid for an at arg convention delegates also elected two a Large presidential Ryron Hedges of Excelsior Springs and former state Leo Rozier of the earlier elections of 20 congressional District delegates to the National convention and 20 alternates were the state delegates also issued a policy statement favouring fiscal an intelligent International policy and responsibility to the take a propaganda blast at West in pact communique nor capable of causing serious complications of Tho Situa Tion in Western Kurupp on his return to Tel Birchf hailed the Friendship treaty with june 13 German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard said today that new soviet treaty with communist East Ger Many will have no effect on future dealings on the German Erhard declared that West Germany Dors not intend to rec Onize red Send a Trade Mission to peking or sign a Trade arcement with red the West German Leader spoke t a news conference As he pre ared to return to Bonn following Pound of discussions with presi ent Johnson and other top Erhards assessment of the 20 car Gorman Friend Lipan assistance treaty con idea with that of Washington offi Scranton attacks Goldwater Radical policy statements Purchase property and Russel Gilstrap have bought property located at 1531 Bryan Street from and Robert and Gilstrap plan to remodel the Orcsi but Pood wishes from former vice president Richard Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with and he declared Friday night that Scranton had a fighting but Nixon said that the governor gave a very weak and unfortunate impression on m last Sun Day after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any candidate meaning Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the pro Gram but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and of this Nixon said if a Man receives a Telephone Call and changes his he int a very Strong Hes got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone National convention Delegate Rosemary Ginn of Colum Bia was reelected unanimously As Missouri National committe Ewo who completed her first was Knop the convention also elected As Al Ternate a Large delegates Donald Belt of minority Loor Leader in the Missouri House Carolyn Kennedy of Laduc Secretary of the state gop com Mittee Drusilla Breidenthal f Kansas a member of the Tate and John Stor Mer of another state Ommittee Josiah a negro member f the Louis City Central com Mittee and a former state Legisla and John a web Ter Groves were de rated in their bids for an Al Lorna Constitution Tribune want ads always first open until Tonitte mens clothing piece goods i boys Wear shoes for the family infant toddlers drapery girls Wear rugs and carpets work clothing ladles sportswear hosiery jewelry radios Luggage can charge it Constitution Tribune want ads a life worthwhile my if in to live it is mostly lived for for those around about and should i fax to notice the ones most in in one among the failures that making no Norman funeral Home olympic Orient tour three weeks departing 14 to Hong Singa Kuala bang from Back to write or see Mcgrade Benton travel Agency 18 East i 21031 time for a change go modern with a Low Cost cab modern Auto Loans Ore Low Cost with payments tailored to fit your Stop in today or Call i 61330 for your cab Auto loan citizens National Bank phone my 61330 on the Plaza i but Kmitta in Hotd savings Farn a big 4

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