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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri So c i c i i t in order that society Nam no s Valno the Ronsini Lutjen Tribune i noses re porters to Call in item fun Thov occur your help will he appreciated our Telephone number is my 62411 Rill mis thirty seven women attend ladies Day mrs Rah and Kendall wore Elu Zinnen in Ralph Norm Jui ind pal Irav tree were hostesses thursday t Pinion for n the Chillicothe country thirty seven women War Carl Minchini was a Bridge were won in Ada amies and Florence country Belles Extension club with Winnie Daniels Winnie Lalifi web Ster will be hostess to the country Belles Extension club members at to entertain Busy homemakers Extension club Ralph will he hos Tess 8 Oclock tuesday evening to the Busy homemakers Exten Sion miss j a n e n e the program will be Christmas daughter of and mrs Eddie decorations with Ray Horton Anderson of 821 Calhoun is and Albert Boncil crop As Lead engaged to Mike son there will be an installation of 1701 Webster of members having White elephants they wish to donate to the Chula a for the school arc in Arthur and asked to Brin them to the Tecsy Georgia asked to bring them to the the articles will be greatly App re party in Home of Neil Beardmore the Jolly Janes Extension club members will meet monday Ning in the Home of eve Neil 1905 Hoyt drive for a Hobo announce engagement of miss Janene Anderson and Eddie Anderson of 821 Calhoun Street announce the engagement of their mar Garet to Mike my son of and Mcbride of 1701 Webster miss Anderson is a 1965 Grad uate of the Chillicothe High school and is now a freshman at North West Missouri state Mary majoring in business admin Mcbride is a 1963 graduate of the Chillicothe High a 1965 graduate of Wentworth Mili tary and is presently enrolled at Northwest Missouri state College As a Junior majoring in business no wedding Date has been past Noble grand club elects officers George 1540 Bryan Street was hostess thursday eve Ning to members of the past Noble grand the nine members were masked for the halloween games and contests were con ducted by miss Mae Durice and new officers elected at the meet ing were Troeger John Yeoman miss Ellen Tegarden Mable Vinson Chester Smithers reporter Fred his the interest i May have in or you May have in because weve been devoted friends is natural As can but what about the Type of men whore really Down and does their condition interest us to any great amount Norman funeral Home of Mcbride you in problems and Check trims and Point out nerd for repairs and make fabrics will be injured or disfigured by the careful dry cleaner uses Safo to pins for hanging end rate fabric mouses and coat jackets Arp stuffed with tis sue to hold the press and allow them to hang open Nark blouses and dresses arc pinned to hold them in position on Hans prs and the garments Are ered with a plastic bag to protect them in also important the dry cleaner who will redo something willingly if it int cleaned properly and Settle legitimate claims for damaged clothes proper dry cleaning and Handl ing can add to your clothes Melvin Lucas and and Robert Kispert and daughter Edith All of red were Chillicothe shoppers Alva Connor and con Nie Sturgis motored from their Homes in Hamilton this morning to spend the Day in and Monza Meadville patronized Chillicothe merchants and Henry Jones and of Browning were in town today on j r refreshments were served by the Welc meneely nuptials miss Betty Ann daughter of and Charles Farron 2803 and Herbert Max son of and Logan me Neely of were married 9 in District judge Joseph Bottleman performed the wedding and Charles Gius were their Only both the Bride and bridegroom Are employed As inspectors at the Triplex division of perfect Circle in select your dry cleaner with care did you select your dry cleaner As carefully As you did a doctor in the Case of your dry cleaner the health of your pocketbook is involved when the Good looks of your clothing Are dam for tills it is Wise to look for a shop noted or giving top serv ice at reasonable service is the keynote of a Good Aileen dry cleaner auwav8 first Luau to in Large communities the bulk of the actual cleaning and pressing is done by a Mam Moth dry cleaning it is the personal service and individual care your neighbourhood cleaner gives your clothes that make the he also will Deal with the commercial dry cleaner who does Good an i depth study done for the National Institute of dry cleaning by the Institute of motivational re turned up some facts Well known by women or the fam ily member who deals most with such according to the we make three Basic de mands on our dry cleaners we want to feel he is on our Side we want our clothes to get individual and we demand personal More people spend More Money for dry cleaning than and these people also move to new communities More often than their parents this is Why it is a Good idea to have signposts to help select a dry in addition to checking with fellow employees and Here Are some to con Sider general clean Well lighted dry cleaning stores and plants Are a Good Indi cation that the operation is Gener ally progressive dry cleaner makes sure that his coun Ter clerks and route men Are polite and know their conscientious dry cleaner will examine your Gar barbs by Walter Parkes theres always room at the top but theres no one to talk Many a Sal made Man did it from blueprints drawn by his wife modern poetry has no rhyme and Seldom any Why is it that when a Broadway shows Goose is cooked they Call it a Turkey when some folks refer to their old stomping they mean a designers of women clothes certainly believe in Freedom of the keep out of autumns kissing is a More enjoyable Way to catch a before you borrow Money from a consider whether you can spare Ever notice that the Guy who never has time to do anything never has anything to do distillers Are soft Busy promoting no we still have hard game Laws restrict a Hunters bag except what is reported in the obituary for your shopping convenience open until Tonitte piece goods for the family drapery and carpets mens clothing boys War infant toddlers girls Wear work clothing ladies sportswear hosiery jewelry radios Luggage Utica by Bessie Kent because the news had not been too generally known there were not Many persons who got to see they returned tuesday to visit another brother in Oklahoma Kent received word that her George of and Wood of Laredo were married saturday in the Christian Church in they will re Side in local news notes have returned to their Home in Mil after a 2week visit with Cunningham Joe Cunningham of 910 and with his brother and and Don Cunningham of the tuckers guests and Tucker of 1600 Webster Street have As their guests this weekend and Ray Mohn of the Gates family visits and Glen Gates and of Kansas City arrived last night and will spend the week end with Gates and Bud Gates of Farmers with Gates and Ervin Mccracken of East tenth and with other rela Tives and to arrive from Illinois and George Ryrie and and Jan of will arrive today and spend the weekend with syries Pearl rails of 104 East second and Many other relatives and Reeter at Penneys Everett Reeter of red 3 has accepted a position with Penney who is employed in the piece goods began her duties can charge i new hour dry cleaning service cleaning College cleaners 1009 4 3716 defensive tackle Jerry Mays of the Kansas City chiefs will attend the Chillicothe quarterback club banquet monday evening at the american legion the chiefs will provide the program for the dinner a film of Las years Al Allstar game will be the event starts at Duke Public relations director for the will accompany Mays to Mays is 252 pounds and was a first team Al league selection last year and performed in the Allstar he is in great demand As a banquet the town and country place Orrine Gregory Home editor University exit Nikon division Vitamin d is needed throughout the growth an in Early school years and As an says Ruth assistant director of the department of nutrition and Diete pics at the University of Missouri medical Center in this need has been established for a Long Well recognized also is the daily need for Vitamin and pregnant As Well As lactating women should receive about 400 units of Vitamin d an adequate in take of Vitamin fortified milk a pints to 1 quart daily pro Vides the Vitamin d when Only milk had the addition of 400 units per quart As suming a child drank a recommended quart of milk a Day every thing worked out quite even when a child did not drink the it was possible to pre scribe a Vitamin d supplement to balance out the Vitamin supplements Are too often advocated and taken for a wide variety of major and minor complaints without a sound Indica Tion or under medical says Robert chair Man of the department of Pedi attics at the University of Missouri medical excessive amounts of fat soluble vitamins Are potentially a daily intake of 1800 units of Vitamin d continued Over a period of months May be mildly toxic in mothers should be cautioned to use Only amounts of Vitamin preparations As they Are inclined to feel that if a Little is More would be bet Ter in my opinion concentrated Vita min preparations should not be dispensed without a these preparations should be used Only for patients with deficiency states or pathologic conditions in which requirements Are known to be too hyper Vitamin Sis d has occurred As a re sult of the arbitrary use of potent Vitamin preparations in the management of patients with serious disease for which no specific treat ment has yet been continued this problem of possibly getting too much has been increased with the addition of Vitamin d to Margarine and a number of mis Cellaneous added nutritionist the food and drug adm Nistra department of Educa and is publishing a proposal if would reduce the amount of Vitamin d that May be added to food the purpose of the proposal is to prevent possible injury to added the proposal of the food and drug administration would permit the continued addition of Vitamin d to such foods As milk products and infants formulas at a level of 400 units per overt counter Vitamin d prep Sinatra gent with a big heart by Dick Kleiner Hollywood correspondent newspaper Enterprise Hollywood Stor ies about Frank Sinatra offering to help George raft out of his tax difficulties with a heaping helping of hard surprised some but those who know Frank know of his the rations would be limited to a Dos no publicized kind of generosity age of 400 s units of Vitamin an n d per the propose would believe it has Chen Rcd deny authority for the addition of u s t Vita ram d to standardized foods paid m the mls of aching or such As enriched enriched Corn enriched enriched Macaroni enriched bread and the committee on nutrition of the american Academy of Pedi attics and a joint committee of the Council on foods and nutrition and the Council on drugs of the Amer ican medical association have re viewed this both committees recommended that there should be restrictions on the marketing of foods containing added Vitamin services held for Henry Prager funeral services for Henry Nora Ellen Ramsey Prager were held at 2 Oclock Friday afternoon at the methodist a lifelong resident of Chilli died sunday in Peters the Earl min conducted the for the miss Virginia Wall Sang abide with me and in the or played miss Walls a com burial was in Edge Wood cemetery under the direction of the Gordon Home for casket bearers were Alva window pain they had to break 10 windows for a scene in lord love a in Many Hollywood has advanced but for a scene involving broken Glass they still use the old breakaway Glass is made of transparent sugar after the scene is there is a tradition which was observed on the lord love a Duck sound stage Crew gets to take the broken pieces Home to their or image scrimmage Mariette Hartley is a Cool Beauty with an image its awfully hard to change your image she to get my first the ride the High went into the producers office in a Ging Ham dress and my hair and now that the Only Way they see in the sister who never has a that not the real i think one of these Days ill go into some producers tear off All my clothes and i can be another Hartley problem is her Eugene John Gerton Otto Ream and Dar Rell Margaret Nothnagel of and her Rob Ert Nothnagel of Daniel Prager of Byrda Murphy and mor Ris both of Louis and Louis Nothnagel of Kan Sas City and their Forrest Nothnagel of attended the funeral services of Mother and Shes 5 feet 8 their e pluribus unum is the nation Al motto of the United this latin phrase Means out of she was always even As a girl Back in when she was she she was As tall As she is and in school plays she was always either the King or the wicked my height has Cost me parts she but it Ingrid Bergman is taller than i and so is Sophia she has More of Mariette just finished a 34show course on what she Calls the varsity of Peyton u she wonderful like repertory or but it didst help her or her open for business Coopers trailer court first month rent free Large spaces got phone my 62351 be a Choice location located one Block Block West of Holiday proclamation san future the cause for place and brotherly Unity among nations will for the Lareo part rest in the hands of Loyal and a Hyrkas knowledge of and dedication to almighty a desire for intelligent and a growing sense of personal responsibility Are vital to the continued advancement of our country toward world and whereas the eight million Young americans who participate in National Catholic youth week rpali7p their obligation be fore god and country to strengthen themselves men tally and physically to promote the cause of peaceful and whereas Catholic youth unite to attain these and whereas the the pm this year is youth an instrument the honorable Frank c mayor of the City of Chillicothe in the state of Missouri do hereby proclaim the week of october 7 National Catholic youth week and do urge All to acknowledge the contribution made by the Catholic youth of Saint Columban Parish and to assist in every Way possible the promotion of this worthwhile in testimony i have Hereunto set my hand and Seal to be affixed this 28th Day of october in the year of our lord one thousands nine Hundred and Frank c City of school menus High school cafeteria november 1 5 monday barbequed beef Sandwich buns and butter tossed salad with Tomato peas with Pimento Cherry Cobbler milk tuesday meat balls in Tomato Sause and Macaroni Green Beans bread and butter pineapple Carrot salad chocolate cake milk wednesday country Fried Steak mashed potatoes and Gravy hot Rolls and butter Cole Slaw Apple dumplings milk thursday pigs in blankets hot bread and butter Navy Beans sauerkraut sliced peaches Peanut butter bars milk Friday fish with tartar sauce spinach creamed potatoes rolled wheat Rolls and butter fruit salad cookie milk Constitution Tribune Pom 1965 chocolate cake applesauce bread and butter milk Friday baked fish Sticks mashed potatoes butter yellow Wax Beans hot cinnamon buns butter milk notes Central school a Ceteria november 1 5 monday Spaghetti and meat balls Green Beans Carrot and celery Sticks bread and butter Strawberry Shortcake milk tuesday Navy Beans and Ham cottage cheese spiced apples hot Rolls and butter milk wednesday creamed Chicken whipped potatoes Apple and celery salad bread and butter Apricot pie milk thursday beef and vegetable Stew combination salad bread and butter Apple banana cake milk Friday Macaroni and cheese Green Lima Beans breaded tomatoes Peanut butter Sandwich mixed fruit cup milk Wesleyan service Guild will meet monday evening the Wesleyan service Guild of the methodist Church will meet in the social Hall of the Church Mon Day november the social hour will precede the meeting and will Start at Elsie Clor Circle to meet monday evening the Elsie Clor Circle of the first Baptist Church will meet in the Browning Chapel at the Church at 7 Oclock monday novem Ber for a Short business after the the group will attend the revival which begins at local markets eggs Cox hens bears and Deer frequent the roads in Canadas Banff National Dewey school cafeteria november 1 s monday Chili and crackers Apple salad hot Rolls and butter banana cake milk tuesday beef in buns mashed potatoes Gravy cabbage pineapple salad brownies milk wednesday Vienna sausages baked potatoes butter lettuce onion salad chocolate dessert hot Rolls and butter milk thursday Bee vegetable Stew celery Sticks 65 drive Ion High sunday Joshua ogans Ensign Mizue Perkins Kay Medford Robert Burl Walter Tommy closing for the season november 1st now thru Ben Bolt sunday and monday James Stewart in Doug Mcclure Glenn Corbett Patrick Wayne Katharine Ross Rosemary Forsyth Phillip Alforo Paul fix Jades Best nitty at and admit ton 3se is

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