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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Chillicothe, Missouri Chillicothe saturday May six pages no r mrs Fay Hopper wins title of Chillicothe Mother of year s 11 it i u i t i i mrs Steve Fay Hopper of Chillicothe was Chilli Colic merchants the family lives Uil i Elf ice Liiv ii selected As the Moth crofter Chillicothe and in the Constitution farming the Hopper is annual contest comprise More than de by twelve leading of farm land mrs Hopper enjoys on route 5 refinishing furniture is engaged in collecting Antiques gardening m sewing and cooking she is also 1000 acres very Active in 4h is a charter member of the Busy 1974 child Cote Mother of the year is mrs Steve Fay Hopper of red 5 Chillicothe mrs Hopper was selected by the judging committee yesterday morning following the reviewing of All of the contest entries she is shown with her family in the above photo from left to right front Row Matt 8 mrs Hopper and Mark 12 Back Row left to right Molly 11 Suzi 13 or Hopper and Mike photo fire damages Rural Home fire damaged the new Rural Home of or and mrs Lowell Jackson around 11 Oclock last night but Early discovery of the Blaze prevented a severe loss contacted at his Home during a cleanup operation this morning or Jackson gave the following account to the Constitution Tribune he said the family was in the basement and had been watching the Aba basketball playoff on television Jackson first thought the dryer had accumulated lint and he asked one of his boys to take the lint out of the dryer Jackson said a smell was still present in the basement and he went upstairs and then outside of the House when he went to the Back of the Home he saw fire coming through the roof he grabbed a Garden Hose and his wife started to round up a couple of neighbors to help i dont know where they All came from but my neighbors Are Worth their weight in Jackson said volunteers helped move furnishings and clothing from the Home while others were helping Battle the fire a Call was made to the Chillicothe Rural fire department but since he Jacksons were not members of the association the firemen did not respond to the Call All of the fire was confined to the attic and roof of the Home which the Jacksons moved into last october it is located 1 Miles North of the Olive Branch Church or about 5j Miles North and West of Chillicothe Jackson said the Blaze started from in the Kitchen and into the attic and broke i the roof there insurance on the Home and contents Jackson said neighbors patched the holes in the roof following the fire and All furnishings and clothing were moved Back into homemakers Extension club and a member of the Young Farmer wives club she was also selected As the Leader of the year in 4h in 1973 mrs Hopper will receive the following gifts and prizes from these merchants iambic stainless steel tableware for eight a gift certificate from Greiers gifts hardware a Box of Belle Sharmee Hose from Englemann a webbed folding Lawn chair from Mart drug a mothers ring from Sensenich jeweler a Hoover blender from Scruby hardware in merchandise from Montgomery Ward a handbag from Penney a gift certificate from Jean Maries and Wilsons sight sound a bucket of Chicken from the kuku a gift certificate from House of fabrics and an 11x14 color portrait of mrs Hopper and her family from Bailey studio As is the Case every year it is most difficult to select the from the entries that the newspaper gets there Are Many outstanding entries written by the youngsters for the contest and the staff of the Constitution Tribune wishes to extend their congratulations to All of the mothers whose names were submitted for the contest Meadville to dedicate Church the Meadville United methodist Church will be dedicated this sunday at the Church was built in 1968 and cleared of debt this year officiating ministers besides the pastor the Rev Philip l Neimeyer will be the Rev c Jarrett Gray District super Lite Dent of the Chillicothe District the Rev Dale Pollock pastor at l Meadville when the Church was the Home and garage late last bum and now us night Jackson wanted to circus time students of mrs Margaret Ginthers third Grade room staged a circus show for the rest of Field school in an Assembly this week featured were the grand entry and exit tumblers tight rope walkers a Strong Man Pyramid builders animals and animal tricks Gypsy dancers clowns and other familiar circus Constitution Tribune photo hospitable dynamic nation says Lindblom of stay in Australia of local happenings aaust oiment the Chillicothe Branch of Paauw will meet monday evening at at the girls state training school or Yoon will be the guest speaker members of the Board Are asked to meet at fraternity officer John Damm of Chillicothe has been elected House manager of Sigma no fraternity on the Campus of William Jewell College Liberty for the 197475 academic year the College has announced at Maryville and or Clinton j16 certainty g a 1 a t a s d i s t thank All of people who showed up and assisted last night Uio j superintendent of dance Marathon to Aid youth the Livingston county youth development and recreation corporation announced today that plans Are being made to hold a dance Marathon May 24 25 26 Marathon will be billed As both As recreational event and As a Money raising project it will be held at the Chillicothe armory with registration of contestants at Friday May 24 the Marathon will begin at according to Walt Rives Iii to our knowledge this will be the first full scale dance Marathon to be held in Livingston county it should prove to be a great activity to both the contestants and the youth Rives is one of the youth involved in organizing the event it is anticipated by the youth group that Between 75 and 100 couples will compete for prizes in the Marathon several couples have already signed up As contestants for the event the prizes Are being donated by local businesses and will Range from gift certificates to sporting goods the first place couple will receive the most valuable prize a Complete list of prizes will be published soon by the youth corporation to participate in the contest couples will have to have a sponsor or sponsors who will that the entire Community will become involved in the project those that cant dance can Volunteer to be judges or help in other Alvin Thompson chairman of the youth corporation has appealed to the business Community to offer to sponsor Young participants there Are few opportunities where the Community can become directly involved in helping the youth promote their own own is one such Thompson commented merchants of individuals Are urged to Contact Bruce Russell at the Green Hills human resources corporation office at 6463379 or any other youth corporation Board member if they would like to sponsor a couple the youth themselves will be contacting Many r i c t the Chillicothe District at the time the Church was built and now Semi retired following the dedication service a reception will be held in the Fellowship Hall degree for Littrell Dennis Littrell graduated from Emu today with a degree in physical education he has accepted a position teaching special education and As head track coach and assistant basketball coach in the Marceline High school for the 197475 school year he plans to continue his studies toward a degree in special education this summer at Emu in Kirksville Dennis is the son of or and mrs Benny Littrell of Wheeling plan Interior design class a series of three Interior culture club Tea Junior culture club will Host a Tea monday at 7 at the Courtesy room of the citizens National Bank there will be an installation of officers All club members new and present mothers and other culture club members Are invited to attend says the Rev William Lindblom of Chillicothe of his 2month trip to Australia As group Leader in a rotary International group study Exchange program the six from this Northwest Missouri rotary District and Southern Iowa were All non rotarians except for Lindblom and were the counterparts of six australians who visited Missouri and Iowa last Spring Lindblom said he met All of the australians who stayed in Chillicothe during one portion of their stay and that several asked by name about Chillicothe ans with whom they became acquainted Lindblom said the Northwest Missouri Iowa team visited industries commercial enterprises professional institutions ranches Australia ranches arc called station sporting endeavours and churches and stayed in the Homes of australians we got to know people got to live As a part of the family we had a tremendous Cross Section of the Lindblom said his hosts included retired school teachers a Baptist minister and an Industrial millionaire purpose understanding the whole purpose is to build a base for International understanding and Good the presbyterian minister said Lindblom said he preached in several churches and visited others the australians he said were extremely gracious with their he said that for example the president of Ford act on 40 cases in police court minimises have son or and mrs Eugene Minnis of Walnut announce the arrival of a boy born May 10 at at the Hedrick medical Center the new arrival weighed 8 pounds and 3 ounces dismissed from 1iimc Teresa Engleman daughter of James Engleman 1507 Springhill mrs David Hannan 1809 Fairchild and mrs Robin radar and daughter Gallatin were dismissed from the Hedrick medical Center today business and individuals in the design workshops on color and Community lighting for the Home will be the Jaycees have offered to offered on june 6 13 and 20 by help Supply some judges for the the University of Missouri event however More Are Columbia department of needed the youth Are seeking housing and Interior design in More volunteers Church cooperation with the Supply will women United sandwiches observers will have a place reserved for them to watch the contestants an admission donation will help offset the costs of the Marathon Jan Winther another Board member people University Extension division the series will include Nance e Christensen residential lighting specialist for the general electric company who will speak via amplified Telephone from Cleveland Ohio Cost for the series is per person and enrolment is 11 r i l41iv4 agree to pledge a minimum of will be Welcome to drop in and open j0 everyone couple watch How someone acts after Clear and colder tonight with Low in 40s sunny and not much temperature change sunday High around 70 official temperatures yesterdays maximum co yesterdays minimum 47 today minimum 60 precipitation 55 River stage Slat year ago today maximum 77 minimum 47 five Day forecast Outlook monday through wednesday Clear to partly Cloudy and Cool monday and tuesday highs in 60s lows 40s partly Cloudy Cool and warmer on wednesday 50c per hour that the dances for example if a couple dances for 15 hours and has a sponsor who has pledged 75c per hour that couple will have earned the youth corporation any couple May have As Many sponsors As they can arrange there will be a special prize for the couple who earns the most Money All proceeds from the dance will go toward development of youth programs and activities in Livingston county if a couple does not have any sponsors but wishes to compete they May enter the Marathon by paying a registration fee couples with sponsors will Only have to pay a registration fee this will be paid at the time of registration there will be no age limit for Marathon participants Bruce Russell Vic chairman of the youth corporations Board of directors stated i Hope several Long hours of dancing it should be for additional Contact the Extension Center information University hmm patients persons admitted to the Hedrick medical Center today have been mrs Floyd Thomas Avalon mrs Leona Depuy 521 St Louis mrs Williaim Houston red 2 Harvey Jones 71 Walnut and mrs Luhetta Stephens susans nursing Home mrs Heimbrook Home mrs t w Heimbrook returned Friday from a five week visit with her daughter and family or and mrs Frank Stone of Atlanta a mrs Heimbrook was called there because of the serious illness of her grandson who underwent surgery for a brain tumor while there her first granddaughter arrived the Young lady has been named Jennifer Dee mrs Stout is he former Dee Ann Heimbrook graduating at Umsu Twenty four area students will be included in a record breaking number of More than undergraduate and graduate students at Central Missouri state University Are candidates for graduation May 19 commencement exercises will be held in Vernon Kennedy stadium beginning at or Edward c Pomeroy executive director for the american association of colleges for teacher education will deliver the main address Chillicothe candidates for degrees include Joseph w Murrell Marian Francis Vahrenberg r o s a n n e Vahrenberg Diana m Garber Emily Louise Kerr David Lee Sallee Ray Wheeler Don Eugene Branaum and Joseph h Murrain area candidates for degrees include Carl David Auer Bogard Dennis m Gann James Robert Coats and Melonise Brown Feese Braymer Robert Leroy Mcquerry Breckenridge Jim Wayne Goll and Ojuita Marie Creason Cowgill Vernon e Morris Connie to Singleton Marie a Barlow and Clarence b Warner Hale Nancy sue Stout Jamesport Diane r Walz Mooresville Tamera Van rails Stet Melody april walkup Houk Wheeling alumni Day James g Runkle Chillicothe attended the annual alumni Day events saturday at Missouri Valley College Marshall to or Runkle a member of the hki4 graduating class joined More than 130 alumni in the Days festivities Missouri Valley College of Marshall is a Liberal arts College in its 85th year of education continued on Page three death notices j death notice Willi Anivy Atterbury mrs Maude m Mcmillen Page 3 forty charges against 36 defendants appeared on the City police court docket today with 19 of those charged forfeiting Bonds on a variety of charges thirteen of the cases alleged Drivers exceeded the Speed limit charged with speeding and fines levied were Thomas s Anderson Dawn charged with driving 50 in a 35 zone forfeited Barbara Lee Arthaud 124 Crescent imposition of sentence withheld for six months David e Gates red 2 36 in a 25 zone forfeited Joyce Hayen red 1 37 in a 25 zone fined Mary Krider red 1 40 in 25 zone forfeited Gaylen kenyan 413 Wise 35 in a 25 zone forfeited Wanda l Murrell 1414 Polk 35 in a 25 mile zone forfeited Bond Phillip e Marriott 1444 Polk 38 in 25 forfeited Jarrel b Maxwell 38 in a 25zone forfeited Doji Ald Lee Thompson 401 e third 36 in 25 zone forfeited Bond Connie r Theiss Chillicothe 38 in 25 forfeited Theodore Vanlandingham ii 1605 Webster 59 in a 25 zone forfeited Bond and Edgerton Welch 12 Grandview 37 in a 25 zone forfeited Walter Max alien 226 third was Given a withheld sentence for six months on a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicants on the condition that he remain under a doctors care and report to the City attorney each month obie Breeden 113 Turner charged with Public intoxication and acts against official authority paid a Tine on the first change and a Fine of on the second Mary Jean Turner 1318 Washington Richard Lee Boyd of Chula and Michael Ellison 004 St Louis each forfeited a Bond of on a charge of driving while the influence of intoxicants Bobby Lee Emmons red 4 forfeited a Bond of on a similar Dpi charge in other action this morning the cases of Larry Dale Boley 505 Washington charged with speeding Gary Dean Davis Lambert hotel charged with speeding Earl Boley Curtis Street charged with Public intoxication and failure to appear three counts of Public intoxication against Ronald Grant 1222 Easton a Public intoxication charge and failure to appear count against Thomas e Gudgell James l Juckette 1720 Fairchild charged with speeding two charges of peace disturbance against Jerry Sensenich 315 e Polk a charge of driving the wrong Way on a one Way Street against Robert Lee Washam of Sumner and a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicants against Larry g Erving red 3 were All continued most of them to May 24 Steven c Crawford red 2 charged with failure to Stop at a sign forfeited Bond As did Ted w Hamrick Walnut on a like charge Dennis r Hicklin 1122 Grandview charged with reckless driving was Given a sentence withheld for six months Sandra la Sharp 823 Broadway charged with having no City sticker forfeited a Bond Julia Marie Tharp Breckenridge charged with driving the wrong Way on a one Way Street forfeited and Terry Thomson 2000 Calhoun charged with failure of Stop at signal forfeited Bond the City entered a Nolle pros in the Case of Neil Scott 520 Paul charged with peace disturbance and the Case of Robert Reynolds Hays of Cameron was dropped by the plaintiff who paid the costs in the Case seven killed in Accident of Australia spent an hour and a half with them discussing labor and Industry a University president gave them half a Day of his time Lindblom described Australia As a very dynamic country and one offering Opportunity for anyone willing to work hard at getting ahead hospitable people the australian people he said Are Happy outgoing and the stops on the trip included several sheep one of them comprising More than acres their stays Svere usually three Days at a time and they started at Melbourne and ranged out As far As 250 Miles into dry Plains country and picturesque snowy Mountain areas on their return trip the group made stops in Bangkok Delhi and Athens with two and three Days in each poverty along Road driving 120 Miles in 106 degree temperature from Delhi to Agra to see the Taj mahal they had a grim View of poverty Lindblom said they saw mud huts thatched huts completed with people and Bullocks on the Highway and saw that some homeless persons built rope Beds in the median strip of the Highway and return there at night to sleep gasoline was a gallon in both Delhi and Athens everywhere we were there was or Lindblom said while american inflation last year was High a per cent Australia he said was 14 per cent Australia parliament had been dissolved India was having protests Over inflation and Greece had a Power takeover but of the Overall trip Lindblom said it was fantastic absolutely police Check two mishaps minor damage to two vehicles was the result of an Accident checked by the police last night at at the intersection of Calhoun and Locust the police report stated that George w Kitchen 20 of 101 third was northbound on Locust in a 1964 Chevrolet and Rosalie Ann Burns 22 of 315 Violet was going West on Calhoun in a 1969 when the two vehicles collided the Kitchen vehicle sustained damage to the front and the Burns car was damaged on the left Side Charleston map seven persons were killed and 35 injured today when a greyhound bus sideswiped a truck which had overturned earlier police said the Missouri Highway patrol said the entire right Side of the bus was torn open but the bus remained upright after it hit the trailer of the sem truck Rig the trailer was lying on its Side on the shoulder along u Highway bypass around a Bridge under conduction on interstate 57 the Driver Cloyd Dobbs 30 of Memphis was not injured City police investigated an Accident last night at at the intersection of Washington and third streets according to the police report Bruce l Lindley 16 of Washington was operating a 1973 Mercury station Wagon and Clastine Rae Copple 55 of Breckenridge was driving a 1970 Dodge when the Accident occurred both vehicles were southbound on Washington the Lindley car sustained moderated damage to the front and right Side and the Copple vehicle sustained damage to the rear

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