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January 6, 1960

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 13

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***. ocie t H?, orde i^ hft ,5, 8oclet3 ' ltem8 w11 #** the best oe«t value. The Constitution-Tribune nquMtauu> «-' £° em8 *° cahem ln ^ «•» «S Si 88 f« fcntettain Ruth JPMt Nftbte Grand Club ? Mrs. Roy Baldwin, 308 Jackson •fcreet, will be hostess at, 7:30 Friday night to members of the Ruth PftAt Noble Grand club. fcntertaitu with Ftmlly Dinner Mrs. Harrison Snyder. RFD 4, Chilllcothe, entertained Sunday With a family-Christmas dinner. - Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs, Bill VanOlcave and son, Robby,' Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Elmer finydftr and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Snyder, Green Castle and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Manning and family. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lipp, Mrs. Gladys Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and Mrs. Lois Reams and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. VanCleave and son, have returned to Long .Deach, after » Visit with Mrs. VanCleave's mother, Mrs. Snyder and sister. Mrs. Manning. . Mrs. F. M. McCall Gives Travelogue of Caribbean Cruise Sorosls members were entertained Tuesday evening In the home of Mrs. V. D. Vandlver, 1836 Polk street Mrs. w. L. Shaffer, jr. was the assisting hostess. Routine business was transacted with Mrs. Allen Moore, III, presiding. The group voted a $10 contribution to the Chamber ot. Commerce's Christmas donation fund. A gratifying report was, made on the club's annual Christmas dance. . Mrs. George Mandler, program chairman, presented Mrs. p. M. Ma- Call, who gave, a very interesting program on a. Caribbean cruise taken last winter. Mrs. McCall showed colored slides of Interesting places on many islands as well as In countries of South America. Refreshments were served by the hostesses during a pleasant social hour. Bridal Shower Honors Miss Kimbcr Mr«. Lawrence Gladbach, Mrs. Shirley Watson and Mrs. Doris Bowes were hostesses for tf bridal shower at the Hale I.O.O.F. hall honoring Miss Mary Agnes Kimber. The room was decorated with flowers and white wedding bells. Quests were Mrs. Mary Lou McMillan, Mrs. May Hanavan, Mary Lee and Johnnie, Mrs. Daisy Penning ton, Mrs. Nellie Bowes Mrs. Daisy Linton Mrs. Charles O'Hara, Miss Pearl Hanavan, Mrs. Cora Hawkins, Mrs. Harry Kimber, Mrs. Eliza Osgood, Mrs. Mary Ruth Ryther, Mrs. Lola Ross, Mrs. Elmer Runge, Mrs. Byrdene May, Mrs. Leland—Pink, Mrs. Charley Wilson, Mrs. O.W. Kissick, Mrs. Ella Appleberry, Mrs. Edgar Kimber, Mrs. Esther Tauchen, Mrs.'lone Blakely, Mrs. F. G. Tauchen, Miss Rosemary Tauchen, Mrs. Irene Pink, Mrs. Alta Dust and Eddie and Miss Ar- le'ne Beall. Games were played after which Miss Kimber opened her gifts, The Srtier wedding cake, baked by Mrs. Gladbach, was cut by Miss Kim- her. The cake was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Cake and coffee were served. Those unable to attend sent gifts. Miss Kimber and Mr. Arthur Tauchen were married Dec. 26, 1859. Chapter T. of P.E.O. Will Meet on Friday Members of chapter T. of P.E.O. will be entertained at 2:30 Friday afternoon in the home uf Mrs. JSdgerton welch, 812 Grandview. Mrs. Pond Announces Daughter's Engagement Mrs. Loretta. Mae Pond, 433 Cherry street announces the engagement of her daughter, Dottye Jane Pond, to Mr. Allan Eugene Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks, 74 Cherry street. The wedding will be in June. Brownie Troop 240 Meets Brownie Troop 240 met Monday afternoon at Central school with 10 members and leaders. Mrs. Dorothy Tevls and Mrs. Betty Harris, present. • Plans were made for the new year. Norma Breeden served refreshments. The next meeting, will be Jan. 18 There will be no meeting Jan. 11. /" er&onatA Charles Hilt of Breckenrldge was in Chillicothe , today and renewed his subscription to The Constitution-Tribune while here. Frank Slattery of Route 1 was in town this morning; ' ' : '. Mrs. Ralph Condron and ion, Robert of Avalon shopped this morning in town. Mrs. Hugh Huddleston and daugn- tcr, Nadine, of Meadville shopped in Chilllcothe this morning. Mrs. Carl Hisel and Mrs. Ed Garr of Chula shopped yesterday in town. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jacobs of Wheeling shopped Tuesday in town. Mr. and Mrs. George Griswold of Hale shopped this 'morning in Chillicothe. Mrs. Walter Condron of Dawn shopped this morning in town. Extension Clubs Jolly Janes Club Hears Librarian Nineteen members, including Mrs. William Bonner, a new member, attended a meeting of the Jolly Janes Extension Club last night in the home of Mrs. John. Rinehart. The devotional was given by MISS DOTTYE JANE POND, Whose engagement to Mr. Allan Eugene Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Hicks, 74 Cherry street, has been announced by her mother Mrs. Loretta Mae Pond, 433 Cherry street. The Constitution-Tribune Chilllicothe. Mo. PAGE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1960 Mrs. Rinehart. A report on Christmas baskets delivered by the club this year and a letter of thanks from the Peter Pan School were j read. The club voted to have a silent bake auction at the next meeting \ to be held Feb. 1 at the REA : building. ' Following the business meeting, Mrs. Leonard Klple, club president, Introduced Mrs. Richard Coif man, county librarian, who gave a talk on "Discoveries Through Books." Refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Jay Jones. Will Meet With Mrs. Jesse Jenkins Chillicothe Extension Club members will meet at 2:00 Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Jesse Jenkins, 803 Bryan street. FUNERAL SERVICES HELD JOE ALBERT H. STAGNER Funeral services for Albert Henry Stagner, 86, who died Sunday, were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon ' from the Calvary Baptist Church, • the Rev. A. W. Duncan, pastor, of- j ficiating. j Burial was in ' the Christlson ! cemetefy, under direction of the Norman Funeral Home. 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