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^"^X^*::^^-'^^"-'^^^ 1 ^^ PAGE CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TMJBUNE, WEDNESDAY, JAN.5, CHILLICOTHg.MISSOURI-MiOl PAGE*--CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, WEDNESOAY, JAN.5/1977 ' ' *·"·---·«?··--f»..-.--- Care can save you money on your fuel ; [ Religion In The News By LOUISE COOK Associated Press Writer Visions of soaring fuel bills are making consumers shiver this winter, but it's not hard to cut costs to save money and energy. .Last week's meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and recent in- 'the Journal of Commerce. ' That's about 15 cents a gallon 'more than it was in 1973. An increase of another cent or so is expected as a result of the ,OPEC price boost announced last week. The price of natural gas -.used for heating more than 30 million homes -- also has increases in the price of natural' creased. The federal ceiling gas have put energy back-in price on interstate gas sold by producers to pipelines has risen the spotlight. More than half the energy used in the United States comes from petroleum, and almost 40 per cent of the oil is imported. The cost of home heating oil -- No. 2 fuel oil -- was about 34 to 35 cents a gallon in most East Coast areas in mid-De\ comber, according to figures in from 42 cents per thousand cubic feet in 1974 to $1.42 or,'93 cents per thousand cubic feet, depending on when the gas was discovered. The increases have been challenged by consumer groups. No matter how you heat your ministration sayi you can can. cut bills substantially by following^ few relatively simple and inexpensive steps. Among the agency's suggestions: --Caulk and weatherstrip doors and windows. The FEA says this move can cut energy costs by 10 per cent. --Install storm windows and doors. If you don't want to spend the money -- about $30 a window and $75 a door -- con- FEA says. --Have your furnace serviced regularly. If you are baying a new furnace, consider one with an automatic flue gas damper that reduces loss of heat when the furnace is not in operation. If you use electric heating! Avalon Items home, the Federal Energy Ad- Water district north of countyline planned If funding is approved, construction of a $1.8 million annexation to a Grundy County rural water district that would reach to the Livingston County line could begin within six months and the project could be completed within two years, according to Donald L. Milstead, engineer for Public Water Supply District No. 1. The district has been in the planning stages for nine years, and, under the plan, water supply lines will be installed in an area commonly known as "Forks of the River area," the Trenton Republican-Times reports. The district includes a large part of eastern Grundy County from east of Trenton on Highway 6 to about a mile past Route V, south from there to the Livingston County line, north to the county line, east to Route Y, south on Y to Route 0 and east of 0 about four miles. The project is funded by a $738,200 federal' grant, a $149,000 state grant and local funds totaling $30,060. · Six hundred fifteen users are being certified. Each user must make a $60 deposit. SALE FURNITURE Savings Departments IBARGER FURNITURE cording to the energy agency, greet, heating costs should Fuel costs will dropby up to 15~ drop by about 15 per cent, the per cent, i --Insulate the attic and walls. Putting insulation in the attic to a depth of six inches can cut heating costs by 20 per cent. In-' sulating the walls of an existing house also saves energy, but it is a more complicated procedure requiring special equip-, check into a "heat pump" sys- ment and professional help. - tern that uses outside air in -.. --. --Turn down the thermostat both heating and cooling. sider taping a sheet of clear to 68 degrees during the day Further information is avail- plastic film to the inside of the and GO degrees at night. If able, free, in a government frames. The entire cost for the these settings reduce the tern- pamphlet, "Tips for Energy average house is about $10, ac- perature an average of six de- Savers." Write to Consumer Information Center; Pueblo, Colo., 81009. Enon By MRS. GRANVILLE SYKES There 'were 49 attending Sunday School and preaching at Enon. Rev. Jim Durham filled his regular appointment. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Greenawalt, Mrs. Reva Maberry, David Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maberry, Steven Stanley, James, Elizabeth and Melissa, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Sykes' spent New Year's Day with v Arnold Sykes.* Mrs. Reva Maberry spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maberry, David and Eddie at Wheeling. David Sykes spent the weekend with Arnold Sykes and Mr. and Mrs. Granville Sykes. ,. Misses Lon Ann McCumber, Janice Brunecher and Clara Ray spent Wednesday night with Miss Elizabeth Maberry. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dayies · spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stewart in Columbia and they also visited Mrs. Bess Tutt who is a patient at Ellis Fischel Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Georgie Green were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Kathleen Brownley. . Miss Patti Baymiller of Shelbina, Mo. spent the weekend with Miss Charlotte Sykes. Dennis Hutchinson spent Friday night with Leon Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughn lost 3 calves and cow that fell through the ice on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirkendoll and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Corbin, David and Todd spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Barren and Ted. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harris of Belvedier, 111., spent Sunday nigh! and Monday with Mr. and Mrs.' Forrest Sykes WASHINGTON (AP)-Molt By VIRGINIA PILCHER There were 30 in attendance for church and Sunday school Sunday morning at the United Methodist Church. That evening the annual Christmas service was enjoyed by 50 or 60 people. The children of the Sunday school presented the program followed by refreshments and candy for the children. The Rebekah Lodge met Wednesday night with 14 members present. We prepared 19 Christmas plates and delivered to shut-ins and others in the community. Our Christmas party and refreshments of candy and cookies were enjoyed. The next meeting will be January 12. Doris and Nellie Bowes will serve and unless something comes up that we can't we'll have installation ,of officers that night. Holiday visitors in the Seldom Teasley home were Mrs. Ernesteen Teasley and Hazel Kistler of Bosworth, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bnggs, St. Catharine, Mo. and Mrs. Cathy McGown Salisbury. Christmas weekend guests in the Paul Barnhart home were Marge Banks of St. Louis and Phil Banks of Sikeston, Mo. Etha Barnhart and Iva Williams attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Randall at Wheeling Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Barnhart and Marge Banks attended funeral services for Mrs. Mabel Couch in Chillicothe Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Hord, Topeka, Kan., called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnhart. Mr. and Mrs. John Watt, Cindy and Steve Davenport, la., were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shipley. Sunday dinner guests of Virginia Pilcher and Jim, were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, Chris and Joey, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Summers, Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Nora Denison, Trenton, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Moody Denison, Eldon, Mo., their daughter, Velma and her son John of California, a cousin that I hadn't seen for over 30 vears. Mrs. Mary Foxworthy visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geronimi and family and for Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Spainhour and family. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spainhour and Jennifer of Bolxie, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClintick, Brookfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spainhour and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Spainhour and family. · Mrs. Kathryn Uhls · of Ninagua, Mo., called on Mrs. Myrtle Osgood. Mrs. Jane Gladieux visited her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sawyer of Gait. Guests for Christmas dinner at the Frances Mitchell home were Mrs. Marguarite Waegele, St. Joe, Mrs. William Dillamon, Chillicothe, Miss Jeanette Mitchell, St. Joe, Larry Logsdon, Maryville, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mitchell and Kenny Mitchell. Mrs. Delia Fink spent Christmas with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Fink in Chillicothe. Sunday Mrs. Nellie Bowes visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene 'Broyles and family. Christmas dinner at the Francis Bowes home were Mrs. Nellie Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Blake, Stacie and Andi, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Bowes; Jennifer and Kayce, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Watson, Robbie and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duncan, Tommy and Marti Ann, Mrs. Myrtle Lisenby, 1 WRL-mflRT DISCOUNT CITY » WflL-mflRT DJSCOUfctCITY // WESELL \\ . // FOR LESS v \\ WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY ."AV SATISFACTION h \ YV GUARANTEED // g \ Jf^^ss^ssj^--- rcMIBQY BOOT S^ MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS Regular $40.87 $3477 Chillicothe, Mr. and' Mrs.-. and family. - , ,, Gerald Lisenby 'Rodney, Joel Sykes spent Sunday with Debbie and Terri Gravois Mills, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor, Liberty, Mo. Our sympathy goes to Delia Deardorff for the loss of her mother Mrs. .Ireta Mae Keithley. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson spent Christmas eve with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ryther, Cathy and Danelle of Excelsior Springs and Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Park, Elaine and Patty of Fairfax, Mo. Scott Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Barren visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones called on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and Mrs. Goldie Decker on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Sykes, Mr. · and Mrs. Kenneth Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Randall were Monday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown in Chillicothe. WOMEN'S TEENS HOUSE SHOES $125 JL PAIR MEN'S HOUSE SHOES 1/2 PRICE . · CHIID8EHS DRESS BOOTS *10 77 * '6 77 JOT. 36 65 CHILLICOTHE, Ma 646-6000 WflL-mOfil C'SCOUNT C I T Y · WfiL mOPT D I S C O U N T · , r v . «0i mom DISC! PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Jan. 8,1977 12:00 Noon Having sold our farm we will sell^the following at the farm located 11 miles west of Chillicothe on Highway 170 to State Road U. North 4 miles: or 9 miles southeast of Jamesport on U, or go east of Lock Springs to State Road U then 4 miles north. Watch for Sale Signs. MACHINERY .EQUIPMENT 4010 J.D. Deisel Tractor-new paint-good rubber; 65 M.F. Diesel tractor, good; J.D. G tractor, good; J.D. A tractor, good; 40 J.D. Combine, 2 row head, 10ft. platform, good condition; M.F. 4 row Planter, insectiside-fertilizer boxes, good condition; 1953 Chevrolet 1 ton truck with grain sides, excellent rubber, good condition: 4 row M.F. cultivator; 3 section harrow; A. C. round baler, new belts, good condition; Continental 9" post hole digger; 6' carry all; International 3-14 pull type plow; M.F. 3-14 3 pt. plow, good; 2 section Ford rotary hoe; J.D. 10' KBA wheel disk; J.D. side delivery rake; 7' M.F. Mower, like new; 5' J.D. brush hog; 24' hay elevator, new electric motor; 1 power take off hammer mill; 5' 3 pt. blade; 100 bu. auger wagon with divider; 13 hole International drill; 2 row J.D. planter; J.D. manure spreader; 7x14 wagon Montgomery Ward running gears; garden tiller;, new motor; Lister plow; 2 300 gal. diesel barrels; 2150 fuel oil tanks; 25 ga. 20 Woil. HOG EQUIPMENT, TOOLS. 4 MISC. 18xl6 hog house; 1016' hog panels; 2 hog waters; 2 60 bu. hog feeders, like new; 120 bu. hog feeder; brand new pig creep feeder; salt feeder; 8 wooden 7' gates; 40 steel posts, several wooden posts; 114' steel gate; lots of used lumber; 6 25' telephone poles; scoops; welding bench vice; blacksmith forge; heavy duty floor grinder; lots of hand tools, bolts and nuts; also many more items too numerous to mention. HAY 2000 Bales timothy-red clover hay; 300 Bales of alfalfa- orchard grass hay. HOUSEHOLD , Black white 21 inch T.V., new picture tube; frost frco Coronado refrigerator; divan r chair; dinette set with 6 chairs; iron beds; like new hide-a-bed; 3 pc. blonde bedroom suite; half bed; roll-a-way bed; dining room table buffet; dresser; metal cabinets; automatic washer; electric dryer; sewing machine; lamps; desk;' telephone gossip bench; barsigns; 4 beating stoves, 2 gas, 1 Ashley wood burning stove, and 1 Siegler oil burning stove; dishes; pots- pans; other items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH NotRefpooslMe for Accidents- LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS Mr. Mrs. Everett Watson, Owners PENISTON-GUTSIULL AUCTION SERVICE Charlie M«-M37 BUI ««-M47 ,, ward organized religion, but are inclined to evaluate it on their own rather than accept it automatically, a new study finds. The study, commissioned by the U.S. Catholic Conference Education Department's office of research, says that a "confrontation with faith" now oc- 1 curs earlier in life than before, thaUt usually has come at college age, but it's now hitting at the high school level. Many youths, concerned for values of autonomy, are "confused" by the very freedoms, they demand, the study says. It adds that organized religion, along with other support systems of family and peer groups, "can be a major force but today's adolescent will assess it more critically Assemblies of God church here has the fastest growing Sunday school in the nation, says Christian Life Magazine in its comparison of 1976 statistics from local churches. The Westside classes grew by 71 per cent to, a total attendance of 3,116, up from 1,825. NEW YORK (AP) - The Synagogue Council of America, representing all three wings of American Judaism, says that U.S. Jews are .obligated to as- ·sist all Jews emigrating from the Soviet Union, regardless of their destination. The stand, worked out by a task force on Soviet Jewry, maintains that Jewish agencies have a duty to "encourage and facilitate the migration of Jews in the Soviet Union who seek to live in freedom," whether they are going to Israel or to other countries, such as the United States. ST. LOUIS (AP)--Concordia 'Seiminary, hit by a mass walkout of most of its students and faculty in 1974 in a dispute with leadership of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, has built its enrollment back to 356 students this year, it reports, WASHINGTON (AP) --The pastor of the Baptist Church in Plains, Ga., the Rev. Bruce Edwards,'is scheduled to lead an ecumenical prayer service at the Lincoln Memorial on Jan. 20, the day that a member of his congregation, Jimmy Carter, is inaugurated as President. Carter is not expected to attend the service, sponsored by a group of Washington religious leaders. NEW YORK (AP) - A' Christmas-week shipment of 1,-. 325 tons of rice to Vietnam was arranged,by three agencies. Lutheran World Relief, Church World Service and /Friend- shipment." The rice was purchased for $349,000 in Thailand, and was scheduled to reach Haiphong, Vietnam, Jan. 10, to help those suffering from severe weather, flooding and still heavy war damage.' , PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) North Phoenix Baptist Church broke ground last week for a new $5 5 million worship and Christian education facility which a church spokesman says will be the nation's largest worship center. It is to be erected on a 40-acre plot, and is due for completion in December, 1977. NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) Attitudes are improving toward the increasing number of women ministers in the United Methodist Church,' a survey of them indicates, but about half say they have encountered mixed responses or continuing obstacles. The Rev. Theresa Scherf, who made the survey, says many women reported being asked "very impertinent questions not asked of male ·candidates" by male- dominated conference boards of ministry, such as: such as: "Wouldn't you really rather be a minister's wife?" "Do you like to cook? -- What recipes?" "Do you practice birth control?" "How would you handle advances of a male parishioner?" American Cyanamid Corppany has developed this rare and phenomenal system of liquid chemical illumination. This system differs from incandescent, or "hot" light, in that it converts the energy released in a chemical reaction directly to light without heat, flame or spark. The visible effect can be compared to the light made by a firefly. The safety and convenience of Cyalume" 5 Lightsticks cannot be duplicated by any other source^ of illumination known today! · Nontoxic, · Waterproof · Flameless · Noncorrosive · Cool · Lightweight · Windproof · Compact Cyalume® Lightsticks may be stored in undamaged wrapper, under normal conditions, up to 4 years. When light is needed, you simply flex the plastic tube slightly, breaking the thin vial inside . . . shake the tube, and presto, you have a luminous yellow- green light that will last for 8 to 10 hours. Rick's Auto Recyclers 300 Curtis 646-3033 FREEZER BEEF SALE! USDA CHOICE BEEF SIDES jy Hindquarters.. u. 95c Forequarters.. * 75c PRICES INCLUDE CUTTING, WRAPPING FREEZING. · Fresh Pork Spare Ribs... u 1.19 R.B. Rice (6-U. Stick) Sausage a 89c Sliced .(Bulk) Bacon u, 98c Armour Weiners n?59c' Fresh Ground Chuck 89C 'Del Monte Chunk Light Tuna 6U-oz.CO/fc Limit .C»n «IOV 4 Brooks Catsup Folger's llUUHt Coffee 3.89 Folger's Coffee a 6.99 Food King Sliced Peaches 39c "f Food King Shortening JUMBO LETTUCE M * Bananas Texas Red Grapefruit. U.S.' No. 1 Red Potatoes... Jonathan Apples..... Mb. Party Margarine 49c FbodXifif Apple Sauce DtlMonttCvt Green Beans Tow* Sort Fabric Softener ay 7 5c FntiMl or ShMrfr** Ice Cream H99c Lysol Deodorant Spray '£ 1.49 Del Monte Spinach 3*89c Soft* f nny Toilet Tissue 4 - 79c Kraft Cheese Cuts *.,