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Read and Use Constitution-Tribune Want Ads CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Following Is the 1, 3 and 6-day rate schedule for classified advertising TJie cash rate is effective if advertisements are paid for within seven days after the first insertion otherwise the charge rate applies. No ad U taken for less than a basis of three lines Advertising orders for irregular Insertions are charged at the one-time rate. ., Wprds Lines Cash Chg. Cash Chg. Cash Chg Average One Day Three Days Six Days Up to 15 3 .45 .60 .35 1.05 130 1.60 16 to 20 4 Â£0 .80 1.15 1.40 1.70 2.05 31 to 25 5 .15 1.00 1.45 1.75 2.10 250 26 to 30 6 50 1.20 1.75 210 2.50 255 31 to 35 1 1.05 1.40 2.05 2.45 2.90 3.40 3b to 40 8 1.20 1.60 2.35 2.80 3.30 3.85 41 to 45 9 1.35 1.80 2.65 3.15 3.70 4.30 Â« to 50 10 150 2.00 2.85 3.50 4.10 4.75 The rate for a Card of Thanks to $1.00. and for an In MemorlaQ is ISo per line. All ads are restricted to then proper classification and to the regular Constitution-Tribune style of type The publisher reserves the right to edit or reject any classified advertising copy Advertisements ordered foi more than one insertion and stopped before the expiration will be charged for only the number of times the ad appeared and adjustments win be made at the rate earned Blind ads should be answered by writing box numbers given, to care of The Constitution-Tribune Advertiser's name cannot be given. Any errors in ads should be reported immediately The Constitution-Tribune will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion Announcements CARD OF THANKS We want to thank the Alpha Baptist Church for the food they donated and served the day of my wife and our mother's funeral; also the First Christian Church of Chillicothe for the food they sent and to all others who sent food and to the friends and relatives for the beautiful flowers. It was greatly appreciated. May God bless each one. Ralph Dennis and children Moving insured Local or lon- dlstance Piece or truckload Free estimate "trgil Chapman Phone MI 6-2070. CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my friends and neighbors for the many nice birthday cards. It was greatly appreciated. Blanche Trumbo. Automotive Regular meeting of Local 1262 Carpenters and Joiners of America at hall, 113 Walnut street, 7:30 p m. Jan. 7. IN APPRECIATION We wish to express our deepest appreciation to our neighbars friends, relatives for all tokens o! remembrances on our 50th wedding anniversary, Dec. 31. May Goc bless all of you. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Damerell. Cross Town-Cross Country MOVING CVDELL TRANSFER Â£ STORAG Compare Rates Pickup Service Phone MI 6-4194, 114 Elm Stree ROOMING Contract roofing, tucfcpointlng and masonry waterproofing. Aluminum storm windows and awnings. Mid States Roofing Mai rials Co 1003 Waple St. Phone MI 6-3096 Coast - to - Coast Moving and Strrage Co An Arent of GP 1 3YVAN LINES Phone MI 6-0337, 514 Washington Local 'and 'jong Distance Hauling If you have not received your Constitution-Tribune, call MI 6-451S before 7:15 and it will be delivered to you. NOTICE. OF . ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the members of the Chillicothe Federal Savings and Loan Association, for the purpose of election of Directors and transaction of any other business of the Association shall be held at the office of the Association, 712 Washington street Chillicothe Missouri, Wednesday January 21, 1959 at 2:00 P. M. Chillicothe Federal Savings and Loan Association, By Fred W. Gunby, Secy. Jtn. 7-14. REPAIRING All mates of furnaces cleaned and " repaired. C. J. Archer. Telephone MI 6-0363. DON'T FORGET To ask our drivers for your free gift when they pick up your dead stock. CALL CHILLICOTHE MI 6-0435 TERMINAL RENDERING CO. TO SERVE YOU BETTER Our trucks have been equipped with 2-way radio system We cÂ»n now provide our customers with prompt service at all times. GLORE SEIDEL ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION Prompt, efficient and guaranteed service Curtis Stud Service, Cecil Ashlock Office Phone MI 6-3414. Res. phone MI 6-0665. MFA HOG MARKET Open, daily, 8 a m to 3 p. m. Dial Ml 6-2678 after 10:45 a m each day for current market prices Notional Comppritive Market Owned by Fanners 915 South Washington St. MOLES, Mgr. Used A-1 Cars READY TO GO , 1958 Ford Custom 300, 4-door, 6 cylinder, Fordomatic, white side walls, radio, heater, padded dash and visors, styletone paint, one owner car with very low mileage, only $1975.00 1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 4-door V-8 Crmsematic Transmission, radio, heater, padded dash and visors, styletone paint. A one owner car in excellent condition. Priced to sell at $2175.00 1958 Plymouth 4-door Belvedere V8 push-button drive, radio, heater, white side walls, low mileage. Excellent buy at $2195 00 1957 Ford Custom 300 2-door, 6 cylinder with overdrive, radio heater, padded dash and vis ors. A real economy car pricec at $1575 00 1957 Chevrolet 4-door Bel Air Sedan V-8, powerghde transmis- sjon. radio, heater, white wall tires, two-tone paint. A rea: clean car for only .. $1775.00 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 4-door hydramatic transmission, radio, heater, white side walls An outstanding buy at $1895.00 1956 Chevrolet 2-door, 6 cylinder powerglide transmission, aV leather interior, radio, heater white side walls, two-tone paint. Priced at only $1275.00 1956 Ford Fairlane 4-door V-8 engine, overdrive, radio, heater padded dash and visors. A low mileage car for -- $1325.0( 1955 Plymouth Savoy 4-door V-8 engine, radio, heater, two-tone paint. Good transportation a1 a reasonable price, only $975.00 1954 Ford 2-door hard-top, Fordo- matic, V-8 and power steering, two-tone paint, radio heater. A real clean car pricec at $895.00 1954 Ford 4-door V-8, radio, heater. An exceptionally clean car at $725.00 Many other lower-priced models to select from. On' the spot financing at Bank rates. Herb Grenda Ford Co, BEAR WHEEL ALIGNING RADIATOR SERVICE 24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE NATIONWIDE TRAILERS RENT HERE - LEAVE THERE SEE JUMBO OUR NEW 40- TON WRECKER CASH TALKS - WE TRADE WE FINANCE OUR CARS 1--1955 CHEV 2-DOOR 1--1951 CHEV. 2-DOOR 1--1948 FORD PICKUP 1--1954 FORD 2-DOOR MOSSY LIONBERGER MOTOR CO. DIAL 646-3033 1953 Chevrolet; 4-door, heater and radio. MI 6-4138, Irwin Bacon, 1717 Bryan. 1955 FORD STATION WAGON Beautiful two tone tan and cream finish, fordomatic radio and lots of extras. Mechanically perfect. If you have been thinking about getting a station wagon be sure to see this one. ADAMS MOTOR CO. Dial MI 6-1978 Business Opportunities CAFE FOR SALE Sunnyside cafe, located at Inter . Termite Control M you see flying ants around your house, you may have termite* C*U or wrtle for free Inspection A *: A. Termite Control Phone MI 6-3298 801 Webster. Chillicothe ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION M.F.A Dain "Sr dcrf Phoiw Chillicothe MI 6-0925 MI B-3380 WASHER AND ENGINE REPAIR Pre-war Mft.vr.aps anil agitators rebuilt, parts 1 block N of square on 65, Harry Coburn Telephon Ml 8-0608. Electrical appliances--Hooter Cleaners--Parts and Serrie* Frank McCalmont. 1009 Elm 9t Automotive 1958 Tmpulft 2-door hordtop with less than 3.00n miV Prmrr ttepr- injr. radio and !iÂ«a'pr Thnmp c on Motor 8tlw. Waverly, Mo. Doing good busi ness. Employment Wanted: farm hand. Must do tractor work. Married. Permanent job. Address Forrest Rogers, Braymer, Mo. Phone 249. EARN $40 Weekly Sewing Ready- Cut Babywear. No House Selling. Enclose stamped.addressed en- vplope Babvianri. Morrl.tfown, Tc'iiii. Insurance Buy Preferred Risk Auto Insurance For Non Drinkers Only And Save L. B. Hargrove. Agent 1220 Clay Phone MI 6-4222 IB your fire insurance enough to rebuild at TODAY'S values? Improvements, alterations, inflation --all affect it! Gunby Insurance Agency. Call MI 6-FRED. INSURANCE ALL KINDS NOTHING BUT THE BEST FLICK GIRDNER Tel. MI 6-4082 Loans LOANS FURNITURE - AUTO GREEN HILLS FINANCE CO. Phone MI 6-0777 BUY NOW! ASK US ABOUT A LOW-COST AUTO CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Low Cost Auto Loans MEMBER F D I C. Real estate and loans. Farm and cilA property and rentals W L. Cox AUTOMOBILE LOANS ON NEW AND LATE MODEL USED CARS CH'M'^HE STATE B-'NK MKMBER F D 1 C Low Cost Auto Loans Lost - Found Lost: Strayed or stolen. Black ter- rior white and brown markings 6 months and weighs 9 Ibs. Judy CoMn, 1104 Walnut. MI 6-0731 Merchants' Specials See our table of 20% discount. Assorted items. Chillicothe Variety Store, 439 Locust street. Cotton challis and rayon tricot knit gowns, 32 to 48 S3.98 Rayon briefs and stepins--79c an 98c. THE IRELAND SHOP Buy your McCormick Baler Twine now. A small deposit will hold. Mclntosh Truck Tractor Co. COLD? Try a hot sandwich, coffee, hot chocolate, chili or hot tamale at the DAIRY QUEEN HOMELITE Chain Saws New and Used We Trade Frost Hardware For Slate Corn Cribs see North Missouri Lumber Co. Phone MI 6-2213, Locust at Ann St Don't be "Out in the cold" with a dead battery. Get a new power packed Wizard Battery during our sale now on at your Western Auto Associate Store. LOOK HEIMBROOK has fleidlitz paint for sale. Floor Sander for rent TIRE SALE 670 X 15 - $11.44 Exch. 710 x 15 - $13.09 Exch. Anderson Sinclair Serriee RCA and GE Appliances Come to Utica and Save MIKE CLARK Utica, Mo. Phone MI 6-3344 Open 'till 8 in evening WASH--20C DRY--lOc Open 24 hours every day. Auto washers, tumble drying, coin op erated E-Z DO Laundry, 1122 Walnut. Picture frames made with easel back or to hang on wall Many new mouldings and prints Head Paint and Wallpaper. To kill rats and mice us- Dr Hess Rat and Mouse Killer Contains Warfarin bait and plvalyn liquid 11.49 value--Special 98c. MART DRUGS TIRES WE TRADENEW AND USED TIRES BOB STATON Cities Service Your General Tire Dealer Salesmen Dial Ml fi-0684. No ranvnsÂ«fn(f. Insurance Far Insurance CALL MC CALL Most People Do KANAN INSURANCE AOENC7 Abstracts--Insurance--Real Estate 703 Webster. Phone MI 6-3057 For Your Insurant* SÂ«MÂ» . N MOORE Insurance Agency Boehnw Buildinjr, Ph. MJ s-0978 Liquid New Wood Reflnlsh your furniture without rÂ»- moving old finish Blonde Limed Oak, Walnut etc llrari Taint A W*llp*pcr Paint' --. Wallpaprr? Floor Covering? SP* PETTfTS QUICKIES by Ken Reynolds " . . . The Constitution-Tribune Want Ad said my used car could go 65 -- that's who!" For Rent 2 and 3 room furnished apartments. Heat, lights and water furnished. 1214 Calhoun street. Good 2-room downstairs furnished apartment for one lady. MI 6-1800 Good 3-room furnished apartment MI 6-1800. 8 room house, modern, natural gas heat, large yard, garden. Water furnished. Rent reasonable. Dial MI 6-3935 or MI 6-2790. 5 room bungalow, close to business district. Girdner Jennings. MI 6-4082. Good furnished apartment* Extra good unfurnished apartment* Several 2 and 3 bedroom houses There is no charge for finding you a place to llvÂ« JOE F HKIS^R 812 Locust Phone MI 6-1800 Modern five room buncalow. Dial Ml 6-4574 Modern sleeping room HIM nfl baili Close m Phone Ml 6-1894 3-room unfurnished Riound flooi apt. Washing facilities' gaiage: utilities paid. $35 month. Adults. Write Box 16, Constitution- Tribune. Real Estate for Sale Large house with extra lots, $4,250 Six rooms, knotty pine TV room, basement, close in. All sizes farms and farm loans. STEPP REALTY COMPANY 521 u Locust MI 6-2838 W. R. Stepp, Georgia Horton, Joe Cunningham House on north Locust street. Dial MI 6-4138, Irwm Bacon, 1717 Bryan street. 3 bedroom house on west side. Excellent location and condition. Gas heat; aluminum storm windows and doors, full basement. Write box 11, Constitution-Tribune Attractive 3 bedroom home. $100 per month. 1712 Clay. MI 6-4154. 3 room modern unfurnished apartment. Newly decorated. Lady. Call MI 6-0668 before 2 p. m. Houses and apts turn and unfurn Individually rwned and operated Art Haynes. Ph. MI 6-3376. 8-room modern, unfurnished, 1st floor apartment. Adults. Phone MI 6-2513. 1515 Bryan St. Large front sleeping room. Private entrance; automatic heat. For man working. 508' Walnut. Dial MI 6-2049. 2 unfurnished apartments, upstairs 603% Webster. $20 and $25. Call MI 6-3653. 5-room furnished apt. 4 closets, full bath, upstairs. Private entrance. MI 6-3113 or MI 6-9724. Real Estate for Sale 3 bedroom house with full basement. $10,500. Nearly new nice 2 bedroom house Attached garage. New 3 bedroom house with full basement, and attached garage. We have several larger farms listed for sale. KANAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY 703 Webster Street Chillicothe, Mo. MI (5-3057 C. E. Weddle, Salesman MI 6-3637 For Sale GOODYEAR Mud and Snow Tires at Special Prices Mclnlosh Truck Tractor Co. Springer Guernsey heifers; sorm close up. SHadyside 5-2372. Gem Johnson. Montgomery Ward Hammermlll good condition. Evan Hutchinson 4 miles N. E. Rt. V. 32 fi:t. American Mobile home. Contact owner at Akcr's Trailer Court, Chillicothe. Trailer house. Modern 1-bedroom 714 Williams street. MI 6-4241'. Farm FOR SALE--4% miles east, Vt south of Chula. H. B. Hampton. Farm and City Property We Invite listings Glrdner-Jennlngs, Realtors 717 Clay Phone MI 6-4082 Service station and all equipment Good locatloh. Write Box 15 Constitution-Tribune. For Sale a small home in Ludlow with 5 per cent down payment and at 5 per cent interest. You can't beat this deal. 2 bedroom home with garage, best of location, practically new. 3 apartment house, income $130.00 per month, price $8,500, good location. New 3 bedroom, full basement, attached garage, price reduced, this is a nice home. I have many more listings If Interested in buying. Call MI 6-2918. JEFF BURNAM West Side of Square. Real Estate For Bale TOWN AND COUNTRY Hales, Chillicothe, Phone MI 6-1931 Hales. Cameron, Ph. 805 We sell all kinds of real estate and make farm loans Office State Bank building. Phone MI 6-0942. Hiifh V nÂ«mphp]l Res. Phone Ml 6-1904 Charles E. Gallatin Res. Phone MI 6-0064 For farms and city properties. See Bartlett Real Estate For sale by owner, a nearly new 3 bedroom houne. Family room and country kitchen Available immediately. Bill Walter*. Dial MI 6-2841 after 5 p. m. FARMS - HOMES BUSINESS PROPERTIES C P HUTCHIJJSON Res Hor Pete ZulllK, Salesman 900 S VTrtSl'uriKi on, Pii *Â»M n !jTÂ»j . I 3-brrlroom hom* 1 4 blnrku (rum BUY NOW! NEW EV1NRUDE OUTBOARD ENGINE NO FINANCE CHARGES NO PAYMENTS UNTIL ENGINE IS TAKEN OUT LEE'S AUTO MARINE SALES Phone MI 6-3886 Boat, runabout, completely equipped, steering wheel, windshield, hardware, lights and upholstery Fiber glass over Marine plywood MI 6-0919. Used Tires, some 17", 18" and 19" both 4 ply and 6 ply, lots of 600x16 both 4 ply and 6 ply; also have over 100 mud and snow tires, all sizes. 750x14 and 800x14 and 710x15 and 670x15 and 600x16, both nylon and rayon. Above are recaps; also have 50 new B. F. Goodrich Trailmaker mud and snow to choose fiom. Your B. F. Goodrich Dealer ONE STOP SERVICE Chillicothe, Mo. (Across from City Hall) Bulova, Elgin, Hamilton and Wyler Watches. Easy credit terms. Long's Jewelry. New and used se- tnR machines Electrification Service on Â»! makes. Polndcxter. 915 Webster Phone MI 6-1894. Formica In stock--color choice, custom built cabinets EADS CABINET SHOP 930 Harvester Rd., Ph. MI 8-4Â»U FRIGIDAIRE CLOSE-OUT For Sale 62 ewes will start lambing soon. Roy Applebury, Tina, Mo. 7500 B.T.U. natural gas heater, Reznor brand, thermostat control, fan and lOO 1 ^ thermostate controlled safety feature. Good for store, garage or home. Personal guarantee. Hurless King, King's Ice Cream Store. 130 good breeding ewes, lamb in April. George Thorne, Chula. 300 to 400 bales lespedeza and timothy hay in barn. Forrest Young, RFD 3, Chillicothe. Services Piano tuning and repair service. Thomas S. Reed. 426 Martin St. MI 6-0376. Wanted Housekeeper. Dial MI 6-1830. Call after 7:30 p. m. Wanted buyers for good dressed hens. A renter for a 4-room house with bath. Alice Harkins, 210 Second street. Washings, ironmgs. ruflled doille a specialty Verda Atkins, 917 Eln street. Experienced baby sitting while yox work, shop or have fun Glady Colliver. Dial MI 6-4509. DIGGING DIGGING Sewer and watt lines dug with diesel back hoe or chain trenching machire. Livingston County Implement Co 825 S. Washington, Ph. MI 6-2534 Broiler hatching egg flocks for W B. Smith Hatchery. Now payin 60c *for eggs to Oct. to Jan. 31 hatchet pullets; 50c on others Day old cockerels furnished ani blood testing done by hatchery Contact Hargrave Hatchery. Besides the honor guests, the following were present to enjoy the affair: Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Austin, of Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sherman of Utica. Those who took covered-dishes on New Year's day to the Mrs. Pearl Bales home and enjoyed dinner together were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Toner. Mrs. Emma Wilson, Mrs. Sadie Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Proctor of Braymer. All enjoyed watching the Rose Bowl Parade on T.V. Mrs. Dr. Al Lewis of Kansas City and her father, Ray Copple, left Monday morning to spend a few days in Florida. Gary Sirois, who had spent tha holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirois in Chicago, returned to Ludlow Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Robert Trospw met him at Brook field The Constitution-Tribune *W Chillicothe. Mo. PAGE /, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1959 : Ditch digging. Water line digginj with jeep trencher Howard Strait Phone MI 6-2419 or MI 6-3936. Will care for children in my home Mrs. Oakes. Dial MI 6-4099. You can hire a man, you can sell your extra household items, your farm produce, auto; you can buy needed articles, or trade undeeded items. All these things can be done by reading and using the Constitution-Tribune Want Ads! LUDLOW AH '58 models must go! Prices slashed--terrific trades! Brand new Frlgidalre refrigerators and ranges fully warranted. But HURRY--I We also have many used refrlger* tors and ranges In good condition MCINTO8II TRUCK A TRACTOR BENSON'S For highest quality at reasonable prices purchase * MaytAR Â«t For Rent Modern sleepina room Private btith 424 Cherry 1 2-bfrtronm home ti'-;!i Â·school Slj.Sn.l 1 2-bedroom home ''ill !n wonderful condition near Catholic Khool. 190 ftcre farm, IVi miles from city limits, lots of farms, both Urge and xmnll Norman Re*l Sstiitt. Ph. Ml 6-17*5 J A. Hogan Ralph Row Pn. MI 6-269-5 Ph. MI 8-0677 SlÂ«pinc rcrwi. MJ 6-(ROÂ« Sla Washington. Sterling or plate flatware on time payments nt LoiiÂ«'s Jewelry 86 head choice quality Hereford 2-yenr-old bred heifers. Will sell anv numbfr. 5 head registered 1111111. K B I I Boriuiri, Hunipliicvf Mo . Phom 25 F 27. , . . j Cnrn - f" or -hr'ld Delivered. D si Ml fi-4SÂ«! ' 19.il MR.WV-HJMII* 44 Tractor Top condition, a rrnl good machine Comfort tractor covers. STANDLEY REETER MASflF.T . FFROUBON Tractors and Implement* LOOP TO FREH WALKFR ITw Rf 1 *' 'in Rft* EMAt* ! 930 ClÂ».v Street. Phone MI 8-13911 BmHx Automatic Washer* $20.00 each t.-Z Do Laundry 1122 Walnut 20 Owrnwv unrt Jerwv brÂ»rt h f i f - trt 8am Turner, L4nn?uÂ« t By MRS. RAY SMITH Mrs. Ina Crookshanks attended candlelighting services Sunday evening at the Dawn Baptist, Church. Mn. Grace Rudolph of Ludlow and Mrs. O'Neal of Braymer have returned from Kansas City, where they spent the Christmas holidays with their children and grandchildren, the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Rudolph and children. Miss Linda Scott and friend of Kansas City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Konneth Crookshanks and family. Mr. and Mrs. PI-CM Ulnch have returned from n few dn; s visa at the home of their son, Chinlu.s Ulrlch, and Mis. Ulrich at Hamilton. Mr. and Mis. Kenneth Stoduoll and girls were Friday cvcniiiR guests of Irene and Lucille M u i Phy. The Virgil Earl and Ruth Toner sale held at the farm, northwest of Ludlow, Friday was well attended, and buyers seemed to be In n generous mood. Mrs. Bill McElroy and baby son were dismissed from the Chllllcofhr hospital Wednesday Mlw Martha CrookMianks .spenl Thursday night with Tanya and Pamela Stodgcll. Mr. and Mrs. B B. Lee, stopped at Phoenix, A r i z , as they wrro en route to California, and will spend a week or so there Mr. and Mrs. William Oilllland and Mr. and Mrs. John Wolcott. Randy and Janet were guests Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Otto Denker home, for a turkey dinner with all the fixins. Admitted to IlonplU) Miss Wilma Jo Flamm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flamm, was admitted to the stale hospital at Mount Vernon Monday, for a check-up, and possible series of treatments. Miss Flamm spent some time at Mount Vernon a few yearn ago, and was greatly benefited. Her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Webb, took hello the hospital, leaving here early oiiuiiy raOiiiijig. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Copple and family of Chillicothe were Sunday Tlsltors at the Mr. and Mm. NorrU Copple home. Birthday Turkey Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hlggins and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hlgglru of Chillicothe entertalnod with Â» turkey dinner Sunday at the Cecil Higglns~ home The occasion was In honor of the birthday of Mr. W. B. Hljglns, which recurred on .Inn Â« Guests mcludrd Mr and Mrs F. D Toner. Mr and Mrs. F, O HiR- 0115 and Mi and Mir- Rus.sfl! Toner all of Ludl'iw. Mr and Mrs W B Hipsuns, Mi and Mrs, Harold Higgins and Mrs. Eva Norman, all of Chillicothe. All enjoyed the 0Â»r visiting and taking picture*. Honored on fioMen Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Paul Damerell of Breckenridg* were honor guests on New Year's day at a family dinner hflfi nt thr Mr irid Mr: Rav Copp r iionrK' i- I 'in " Â· rl'va' ::e LOCK SPRINGS By MRS. DONALD EADS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hamlin of Chillicothe and Hester Stockesber- ry were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Patterson, Mr.s Mary L. Cook; and Helen Cook. Mrs. Stockcsberry returned with Uu- Hamllns for the night and returned home Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Minnick entertained several of their friends New Year's eve with a party. Oliver Mansfield of Bogard died at a nursing home in Chillicothe Thursday. He formerly lived in this community and is the father of Mrs. Mae Eads, who also formerly lived here. Surgery for Mri. Grumblne Mrs. Levi Grumblne underwent surgery at the Cameron hospital one day last week. She is reported doing good. Raymond Wade of Gallatin spent Wednesday with his mother, Mrs, Margaiet Wade. A Community Gathering There waa a. community pot-luck supper and party at the Masonic hall New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Eads returned Sunday after spending a week, in Kansas City as guest* of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson. Forest Coberly Die* Forest Coberly died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Robert George, Tuesday morning. There will be preaching at the Christian Church Sunday morning. The Rev. Pridloy of Columbia will be the speaker. Helen Cook will return to her home in Lexington, Ky., after spending the holidays with hor mother. Mrs. Mary L. Cook, and sister. Mrs "Veltrm Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Knru-a,s City were weekend guest of Mr and Mrs. H. E. Anderson. Sunday guests in the home were Mr and Mrs. Vencll Anderson and Bill of Chillicothe. Mrs. Oia Gib on l.s vlMlmg relatives in Dcnvci, Colo. Mr. and M s Int Stockrsbrrry .UK! Tonum of Aurora, 1'!, Â» u '.UlCJ-Ls ovci 111' 1 Nrw Yen I h o l u u i j N of his m o t h i ' i , MI.S H-..Li'i Stoc.vi'-.- berry Mr and Mi.-- H.unld L i t t o n M . I ' Siindny U M l o i f i of lit i b i t i , Alvu Bcinard, Hiici I n m . i y ol Po . Mr. and Mrs Ja^ph l l . i Â» . pjr.i Sunday afternoon with M n n n Mrs. Gcinld Stiplirns. of iir;u Chlllicuthc. Mr and Mr* DÂ«h RI;I-\ "I H n n - "Jbnl WPI'P to visit Pnl Dunham during the holidays. Mi. and Mrs. Solllc SaÂ«p nt- tendcd the funrrnl of hpi *.Mti In Arkansas Prldny. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNcw had as New Year's guest Mr and Mrsi. Pred McNcw and Beverly, Mr and Mrs. Orvllle Burton and Lindii, Mr. and Mrs. C. E Brewer and children. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McNew and Beverly returned home Wednesday after spending Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. Donald Worth- Ington of Norfolk, Va. from Kansas City, where they had spent a, week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernia Nevells, and children and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and daughter, Nancy, of Clipper Mills, Calif . are visiting his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johnson. Miss Bessie Robertson of Kansa* City came New Year's day to spend several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Linda Robertson. Mr and Mrs. Emory Spalnhout and daughter, Yvonne, visited MR and Mrs James Ras;an and Ms. and Mrs. Ted Tucker and son, neaff Utica, recently. Mr and Mrs. Wallace Searor spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Searcy and sons Mrs Delia Spainhour is staying at the Don Sizemore home in ChH- llcothe canng for the children while Mrs Sizemore and baby daughter who arrived Sunday morning are at the hospital. Mrs. Sizemoire i* a daughter of Mrs. Spainhour. Mrs. Sadie Brick, Laredo, and hen- .son. Orville Brick, Inglewood. C a l i f , who is vi.Mtir.:; her, went to Illinois Thursday to visit their daughters and w.sters, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner and children at Rock Island, and Mr. and Mrs, Lester Flesher and son?, at Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burresa and children spent New Year's nigh* with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sawye* and family, Marian Center. Mrs. J. M. Robertson went to Cameron Wednesday and met heat brother, Leroy Deweea and son, Lee. Kansas City. Lee, who live* with the J. M. Robertsons, accompanied his aunt home after spending several days with hif father and Mrs. Dewees. AVALON LAREDO By LENA PETERIE Charles Wilson of Dalian, Tex., came Tuesday to spend a week with his mothtr, Mrs. Leta Wilson. Kenneth Campbell, Jr., of Chicago spent the holidays with hii) pÂ«rÂ»nÂ»Â«. Mr and Mrs. Kcr.r.eth Campbell, and other relative*. Mrs. Morris Harsmond, Chillicothe Â»pent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jew Warren. Mrs. Hammond's son, Douglas, who spent Â» week with his brother-in- law and Binter. Mr. and Mn. Wesley Hale, and daughter accompanied hi* mother home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Campbell and son, Kenneth, Jr., and Mrs. Mintle Moren spent Sunday with By MRS. JIM OSGOOD Buffet At Mantzey* Wednesday evening, Mr. and Sirs. Bud Mantzey and daughters served a buffet supper to Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Balson, Mr. and Mrs. Bud McCollum, Albert Batson and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis. Gifts went enjoyed afterward. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc* Mantzsf and family and Mr. and Mr*. Bud v Mantzey spent Christmas day la the home of Mr. and Mrs. CharlM Maupin, Hlckman Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Watson Â«v- tertalned Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. Vern Llsenby. Mr. and Mr*. Earl Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Watson and family of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Dye, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Caselman of Bedford and Mr. and Mrs. Spud Bcnve.s and family of Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas en- lertaincd the following guesU at the IO.OF. hall Christmas day wit!) a turkey dinner: Mr. and Mrs William J. Trlplctt of Linneni, Mr unri Mrs. Walter Triplett and children. Bill. Connie and Rose Mirv of Laiodo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl V : n D itc .ind children. David and .'i'i-\ ixJitlviii Browninc; Air. and 'I. K i i - 1 ] v.iu D;.;\e and children; :T! HonnJr Mradvllle; Mr. n J M , x Gc'!,i!ri SMrcy and children. |j"nÂ«|p. RciRfr. Randy and .1r\ ul I " i r d n . Mr and Mrs. Lowell \!-T .,i!\ an ,i chi'''ii-n. Dixie and Di'iMu-iv. chti'i. M; atiri Mrs. Â·Juinoi Tiu'iii'c-. A i i t u i n . Mr. and Mr:- Kflwnrrl D'J't and children. Mary R u t h imcl Eddie, Avalon; Forrest Trlplott, Kansas City, Kan ; Marion Huatvon and Frank!* Buulware, Avalon; Mr and Mrs. Jnck May and children, Scarlet and Barbara of Independence, and Mr. and Mrs Tom Triplett and children. Dirk. Paul and Stephen of Laredo. Christmas evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Ross and Betty had the following guests. Bernard Ross, and Sandra White. Chillicothe; Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Routh and son*. .Jefferson City, and Mr and Mrs. Rnlph Ross and Debbie, Chlllicoth*. cothe. Bill Trask. of Cedar Rapid.*. la., came Saturday after Mrs. Trask's mother. Mr* Clarence Mefford, to care for the small daughter of the Trasks who Is ill Mrs. Trask is employed. Pmiln and Mark Taylor, children of Mr and Mm. Irvln Taylor of De* Moines, who have spent two weeks with their vtrnnd- parente. Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Mefford. accompanied Trask and Mr* Meffnrd to Cedar Rapids Mr Delia fipamhrmr find daueh- tÂ»r. Linda. returned home Saturday The kpv dP*r lÂ« HIP smallest of the several forms of white-tailed deer of thr rnstern half of UM United States lAdvrrtlicmenli Â·Â«Â·Â·* i i u i i i i w Couldn't Sleep with NaggingBackache Now I Yoa win cct the fust rvllef you need from nn.Â«rinR backache, headache mod muflcnlv aches and pauns that often caiiM restless nighu and misenihle tired-oat feelinjn. Wh*n thrsr diicom farts come on vlth over^xcrtion or Â«tr**Â» And itndn --you wnnt relief-- wnnt it fast! Anothtf dlfttnrhancp may be mild bladder Irritation follow lose wrong foodund drink-often setting up a rpRtlMW uncomfortable feelinc. Doftn'ft PiHt work fust in S sÂ«par*tÂ» imTB : 1. by ni*edr pain-reHerinc action to eiue torment of nnrinjr backache, hÂ«ftlÂ» achÂ«, mmcv.lar nehrs RIM! PIUAS. 2. by SisuuiiiiiH i tit, 1. 1, tin tn.ii in i 1 r 11 i iÂ«.ftuuD* 3 uy mild dmr*tic action terdinp to indrafv output of tbf 15 miln of Kidney tubes. hsfpy relief millions have for ov*J 60 want. New. Iarp(* *iz Get Doan** Fills today I IT'S NEW BY ELECTROLUX 'CASUAL' CARPET SWEEPER only 14.93 Coll Paul Schooler o f f e r 5:30 p m.