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Independence Examiner (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Independence, Missouri Page 3-the examiner Friday May 11,1990our town pop Council installs officer by the examiner staff april 30 was a special Day for members of the Independence City Council of Beta Sigma Phi. The Council composed of 12 local chapters met on that Date at the Park place hotel Kansas City to celebrate the 59th anniversary of the sorority a founding. A highlights of the Observance were the installation of new City Council officers the presentation of awards and the introduction of each chapters 1989-90 woman of the year. New Council officers and their respective chapters Are As follows Kim Coe president i Epsilon my Mary Gist first vice presi clubs collectibles program for Home economists Pat and Karen Smith of Dove Tique collectibles Are the speakers at the May 18 meeting of Home economists in Home and Community of the greater Kansas City area. The noon luncheon is at Ridge View Christian Church 8640 sni a bar Road Kansas City. The meeting is open to Home economists and their guests. For More information about membership Call Donna Vance 356-0404. To make reservations Call 642-2535. Local Paauw Branch marking anniversary the Independence Branch of the american association of University women observes its Golden anniversary May 19 with a special program at Cracker neck country club 18800 e. . 40. A punch bowl at 11 30 . Precedes the noon lunch. Reservations must be sent to Myla Gentry by May 12. The program includes highlights of the Branch Over the past 50 years presented by Katherine Epperson and Kathleen Halcro presents a program on Spring and summer Vintage clothes from 1880 to 1920. Past presidents and women of achievement will be recognized. Hostesses Are Susan Letizia and Donna Zobrist. A capsule look at club activities the Pete Dover Sam Danley Post of veterans of foreign wars and auxiliary has been awarded a certificate of commendation by the National Board of judges of the vow in recognition of the War on drugs decision which was sent in As a nomination in the National awards program. The seventh annual outdoor communication of the Independence Lodge no. 76 of and am begins at 9 . Saturday at the Crowder Quarry on . 24, near the Little Blue River. Lunch will be served and in the event of rain the meeting will be at the masonic Temple 120 s. Pleasant St. The Independence Christian women a club is holding its a How does your Garden grow luncheon thursday at Cracker neck a country club 18800 e. . 40. The luncheon Cost is $7.25. Call 228-9846 or 228-2282 by tuesday for reservations. Cindy Breon is the speaker for thursdays meeting of the East a Kansas City women a aglow. The meeting at 9 30 . Is at Cornerstone Church 301 e. A Highway Blue Springs. Call 229-5726 or 625-4925 for More information. It from staff reports Dent preceptor Epsilon Delta Marla Thomas second vice president preceptor Alpha Tau Marcia Kelly third vice president i Sigma Margaret Trapp Holiday dance Zeta Upsilon and Susie Moon Chi my Barb Geffert recording Secretary preceptor Delta Delta Louise Hedding corresponding Secretary Zeta Upsilon june Renshaw treasurer preceptor Iota Imogene Williams historian i Alpha Upsilon Wanda Combs Beta rays editor i Epsilon my and Jan Gen Dreau adviser laureate i. Each chapter elects its woman of the year based on the outstanding leadership Devotion to their chapter and exemplifying the ideals of Beta Sigma Phi which Are life learning and Friendship. The Honoreus and the chapters they represent Are As follows Jan Claypool i Sigma Alicia Thomas Beta rho Louise of Hap preceptor Iota Bobbie Murphy i Alpha Upsilon Wanda Combs i Epsilon my Gayle West preceptor Epsilon Delta Sharon Hessefort and Jackie Clevenger i Theta Delta Gamma master the chapter of Gamma master Pat Atkins and Mary Kalthoff laureate Psi Norma brents laureate i Christi Thomas rho Theta Joyce Dupree i Beta Kappa Marla Thomas preceptor Alpha Tau Dee Ann Matthews i Delta Beta Lesa Foster Omicron Zeta Marla Stiles and Barb Geffert preceptor Delta Delta Jean Jett Chi my Louise Heding Zeta up Silon and Laveta Dunning laureate Iota. Special awards were presented to Jan Gendreau for her year As City Council president and to Gendreau and Mary Gist for their outstanding contributions to the sorority by the International office. Gendreau served As division chairman at the International office for the past year Gist is an ambassador whose duties Are to organize new chapters in and around the metropolitan area. Beta Sigma Phi is a social service and cultural organization dedicated to giving women the Opportunity to grow in mind and spirit and give of themselves to their family friends and Community. Free workshops lectures cover variety of subjects by the examiner staff blacksmithing and sausage making Are two of the summer workshop offerings of the Jackson county heritage programs and museums division. In addition to the workshops pm is also offering lectures on a the stuff of legends John Brown and William Clarke Quan trill and a River town the free workshop lecture series is designed to Benefit the a Pioneer volunteers and is offered on a first come first serve basis. However As space allows the Public May be allowed to attend on a standby basis. Pioneer volunteers Are those who assist with the interpretation and special events programming at a pm a five museums Missouri town 1855, fort Osage civil War museum of Jackson county Truman farm Home and Truman courtroom and office. The following is a schedule of the workshops and lectures a blacksmithing a june 5, Missouri town 1855. A process of paper marbling a june 7 and july 14, Missouri town 1855. A lecture a the stuff of legends John Brown and William Clarke Quantrille a june 12, Fleming Hall Lake Jacomo. A sawing with a pit saw a june 14, Missouri town 1855. A lecture a River town rivals a june 19, Fleming Hall happenings donations Are sought for Capa garage Sale the child abuse prevention association is looking for donations for its May 16 garage Sale at 3309 Shady Bend drive. All proceeds from the Sale go to the child abuse prevention association 415 w. Truman Road. To make a donation Call 478-2429. Saturday lot auction to Aid dream factory the dream factory lot in the Westbay residential Community overlooking Smithville Lake is going on the action Block saturday. Larry Moore Kmic to news Anchor and dream factory advisory Board member will be the celebrity auctioneer of the special lot. The 1 30 . Auction is at the Westbay Entrance of Highway do Northeast of Smithville. The dream factory parcel will be the first to be sold to the highest bidder with 54 More to be auctioned by professional professional auctioneer Gary Ryther from Excelsior Springs. These 55 lots make up the first phase of four that will eventually include 705 acres. This is the first time the auction concept to sell and develop All lots in a planned Community has been used in the Midwest. Parents Anonymous offers family fair parents Anonymous of Kansas City is holding a family fun fair from noon to 4 . Saturday at Bannister mall. Carnival games and family information Booths will be located on the lower level courtyard and corridors near the pc Penneys store. The fair offers family members a time for Happy interaction and informs them about parents Anonymous a program of Crit Tenton Center devoted to preventing child abuse. For More information Call 765-8550 or 763-8050. Folk Art festival draws area artists Blue Springs artists will be displaying and Selling their work at the mid America Folk Art festival and Sale saturday and sunday at the Kansas City merchandise Mart 115th Street and Metcalf Avenue. Gwen and Erv Bentley and Janice Snyder of Blue Springs Are among 60 artists whose work will be on display. Show hours Are to . To 6 . May 12 and la . To 5 . May 13. Tickets Are $4 in Advance and $5 at the door. Bloodmobile needs donors volunteers the Community Bloodmobile will be at Chapel Hill presbyterian Church 3108 w. . 40, Blue Springs from 2 to 7 . May 17 and 18. To make an appointment to give blood Call Paula Melton at 228-5704. The Bloodmobile also needs volunteers to work As nursing assistants and baby Sitters and serve refreshments to donors. Shifts for volunteers Are 1 45 to 4 30 . Or 4 to 7 30 . Call Melton to sign up. Last year Blue Springs donors gave 1,132 pints of blood. From staff reports today is Friday May la the 131st Day of 1990. There Are 234 Days left in the year. ,10 years ago Dave Copeland who in february resigned As boys basketball coach at Englewood Christian is headed for Harrisonville High school. Copeland will serve As an assistant varsity football coach in addition to coaching eighth Grade wrestling. Copeland presently is coaching baseball at Englewood. J president Jimmy Carter grim an serious said today a the steady unravelling of authority in Iran forced the aborted Effort to Rescue 53 . Hostages a and declared a the plot would have succeeded if it had been carried out. Carter shouldered full responsibility for both the attempted Mission and the decision to abort it. With less than six Days remaining before their contract expires the Independence firefighters Days gone by Union executive Board rejected a wage package the City said was its final offer. Henry a a Butch Cartier president of the International association of firefighters local 781, said the Union would ask for a meeting with City negotiators monday and probably would make another offer. 20 years ago Paul s. Jones 22,3601 Randall was injured this morning when his motorcycle was struck by a car at 39th Street and Phelps Road. Jones was treated for lacerations and possible other injuries at the Independence sanitarium and Hospital emergency room. He was listed in a a satisfactory condition. Veteran character actor de Begley 69, who won an Oscar for Best supporting actor in 1963, died of an apparent heart attack while attending a party. Begley was at the Home of his publicist Jay Bernstein when he collapsed while eating dinner. Buster d. Martin owner of the m amp f dry Wall construction co., 10054 Wilson Road reported that thieves had entered his business Over the weekend and took a total of $1,959 in articles. Taken were three adding machines a Wristwatch three Small desk clocks and three one Dollar Bills. This Date in history in 1818, american Patriot Paul Revere died in Boston. In 1865, Union forces captured Confederate president Jefferson Davis in Irwinville a. In 1908, the first mothers Day Observance took place during Church services in Grafton w.va., and Philadelphia. In 1924, j. Edgar Hoover was Given the Job of Fri director. In 1933, the nazis staged massive Public Book burnings in Germany. Jillayne Ritchie compiles the to and 20 years ago column. Lake Jacomo. A sausage making a june 21, Missouri town 1855. A Hearth cooking a june 30 and oct. 27, Missouri town 1855. A discussion rare livestock Breeds aug. La Missouri town 1855. The workshops and lectures Are presented by staff and volunteers from heritage programs and museums and by visiting lecturers. The topics Are selected to increase the knowledge of the Pioneer volunteers. For details on joining the Pioneer Volunteer program to preregister or for further information about any of the workshops or lectures Call Julia Roberts pm Pioneer Volunteer coordinator 881-4431. To earn the facts i. Of Liemb he if you think mental illness Only runs in other families its time to learn the facts. Plan to attend Afree lecture series sponsored by the help Center at the medical Tenter of Independence. All lectures will begin at Quot . And he held in the medical Plaza building next to the medical Center at 17203 East 2.3rd Street the series one of Many free programs offered in conjunction with our roaring20thyear, will include tuesday May 15 Quot feeling Doug and out Quot a facts about depression presented by or. Dennis Cowan and Cai Bodenhausen r Tuesday May 22 Quot High Strung or Strung out Quot a facts about teen behavioural problems preset ded by Mike Whitt pt., Sac and Chris Green r n., Sac medical Center of Independence i "20 Easi 2 j re Street Independence. Missouri 640s7 All lectures Are free. However due to space limitations please Call 373-2300, ext. 583 for reservations. Woodsy owl says injuries Hurt give a Hoot. Done to pollute. Fores service . _. Two Register to i free i win a free bit j 19&Quot color . 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