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.s ocie Helpful fact iheeti to b* filled out tor weddings may be picked up it the Oonstitu- uoD-Tnbune office. Information and picture* concerning weddings must be tuned Into the newspaper office no later than three week* after the date of the ceremony. In order that other society items will have the best news value, we request that , reporters bring In items the day after is held. Your help will be appre- Our telephone number b 646-2411. meeting ciated. Prlee-Meneely Wtddlng Al First Baptist Church During a candlelight wedding ceremony at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, September 7, 1968, at the First Baptist church, Miss Marilyn Kay Price, daughter of Mrs. O. C. Price and the late Mr. Price of HFD 4, became the bride of Mr. John Howard Meneely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard 11. Meneely of RFD 5. The double-r i n g ceremony was perforn. d by Rev. Donald Palmer before a large altar arrangement of white gladioli, palms, and four candelabra with lighted tapers. The tapers were lighted by Miss Sarah Meneely, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Becky Nielsen, cousin of the bride. Miss Diane Hein assisted at the guest book, and Misses Charollete and Brenda Nielsen received the gifts. Miss Carol Brown sang "Because" and "The Wedding Prayer." Mrs. John E. Cook, organist, played traditional wedding selections. The bride, escorted to the altar by her uncle, Mr. Paul Price, w o r e a floor-length princess style gown of white peau de sole fashioner* with long sleeves which came to points over the hands. Lace motifs accented the gown and the trai nof peau de soie Her elbow-length veil fell from a crown of seed pearls. Her earrings were a gift from the Don't gamble with your comfort and convenience. Use Line-0. Heat and be sure your water lines are protected against freezing no matter how cold It may get Llne-0-Heit . . . largest-selling healing tape m the world... a easy to apply, inexpensive to buy and use and is free-replacement guaranteed. Regular Lme-0-Heat ulow as 12.40. Automatic Llne-0-Heat from 16.20. Industrial Equipment Co. 614 Elm 646412 Our apples are ready for people who want to pick their own. Jonathan, Grimes Golden, Red Delicious; Golden Delicious; York Imperial, $2.50 bu. Bring your own containers. Apples will be high this winter as the crop Is short. CENTRAL STATES ORCHARDS 7 Miles West of Chillicothe bridegroom. She carried a bou quet of roses, baby euke, am stephanotis on a white Bible The Bible was a gilt from the Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary, Miss Thera Price, sister of the bride, was the maid of hon or. The bridesmaids were Miss Diane Price, sister of the bride, and Miss Judy Spence of Platte City. The attendants wore Empire gowns of blue peau de soie, accented at the waistline with purple velvet ribbon and com plimented by scalloped capes. Their cameo necklaces were gifts from the bride. The maid of honor carried a nosegay of purple asters and roses. The bridesmaids carried l o n g stemmed purple asters and ros- i. The flower girl, Miss Connie Reeter, cousin of the bridegroom, wore a blue linen dress with purple ribbon trim. Master Steven Nielsen, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. Mr. Harry Hargrave was the best man, and the groomsmen were Mr. Charles Hargrave and Mr. David Meneely. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Price wore a pale pink double knit suit with jeweled collar, matching accessories, and a corsage of cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Meneely, the bridegroom's mother, chose a blue silk shantung dress, black accessories, and a corsage of cymbidium orchids. The reception was held in the church dining room. The bride's table was covered with white linen cloth and centered with a white satin covered miniature pulpit, which held the bride's Bible and bridal bouquet. The five-tiered wedding cake was decorated with purple flowers. The cake was served with purple punch, blue mints, and nuts. Miss Mary Templeman served the cake, Miss Diane Hein presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. James Fish assisted with the serving. For a wedding trip to Hemis- Fair, San Antonio, Tex., Mrs. Meneely was attired in a taupe and beige double knit dress and coat ensemble and a rose corsage from her bridal bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Meneely were married on the anniversary of the bride's grandparents wedding day. They are at home in Columbia, where they attend the University of Missouri. Mr. Meneely is a senior agricultural economics major, and Mrs. Meneely is a sophomore majoring in home economics. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Price, Buffalo, Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Linville and sons, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Gooch and Ruth, Mabel Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Lenos Meneely and family, Meadville; Mrs. Robert Johnston a n d Chuck, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Westfall, Claude and Sandra, Centralia; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freihage and daughter, Mrs. Leatha Brown, Bolivar; Charlotte Spencer, Carrollton; Helen and Lynda Muller, Gallatin; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schwab and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baggs and family, Brookfield; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richards, L o c k Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Jens Nielsen and family, Des Moines, la.; and Mrs. Elton Gile and daughter, Liberty, dinner In honor of their . John Meneely, and his bride* elect, Miss Marilyn Price, an the members of the wedding party. The guecte were seated at an L-shaped table which was dec orated with blue and purple floral arrangements. The couple presented gifts to their attendants. Ladies Day Held At Country Club Ladies day was held yester day at the Chillicothe Country Club with 23 in attendance Hostesses were Mrs. John Ful ton and Mrs. Larry Kin sell a. Prizes were won by Mrs James France, Mrs. Hobert Shields and Mrs. Don Chapman, sr. A.C.B.L. Rtsult» An average of 99 was scored Thursday evening by north south members of the A.C.B.L and 90, by the east-west players. North-south players, scoring an average or above are; Mrs G. Will Anderson and Mrs. Ed Wolter, 123Vfe; Mrs. Claude Martin and Bob Birdsell, 112; Mrs. Shelba Nichols and Mrs. Law rence Long, 106; Mr. and Mrs, Frank Christopher, 100^ and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hoover, East-west members, having an average or above score are Bill Lindblom and Ed Wolter, 114; Miss Lycia Martin and Mrs. Harold Inman, 103; Mrs. Flossie Stafford and Mrs. Mary Schnapp, 100^; Mrs. J. R. Campbell and Archie Oestreich, i and Mrs. Gerald Bonderer and Mrs. Ben White, 90. Mrs. Nichols will be the caller next week. Junior Sorosis Opens Club Year with Annual Breakfast The annual breakfast of Junior Sorosis members will be at 6.30 o'clock Monday at the Chillicothe Country club. Committee on arrangements are Mesdames George Mandler, ilalph Norman, Louis Stein and Lee Jackson. Jaby Shower Honor* Mrs. Bill Campbell Mrs. Harold Cowan enter- lined with a baby shower, Wednesday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Bill Campbell. "Baby Stork" was played with he winners giving their prizes to the honoree. Mrs. Campbell was assisted in opening her gifts y her daughter, Brenda Sue. Mesdames Lester Campbell, larold Oster and Donald North cared for the ribbons and recorded the gifts. Attending were Mesdames ierschel Clevenger, L e s t e r Campbell, Donald North, Harold Oster, Dan Oster and tarry, Doris Cowan v Everett Batchelor, Glenice Prewitt and baby, Gene Yuille, Danny and Chrisie, J. W. Murray, Harold Cowan, Bruce Cowan, Teress and Julia. Those unable to attend, who lent gifts were Mesdames George Green, Mrs. Thrya Yuille, Tom Melte, Donald Kely, Betty Yuille and Saundra Anderson. Refreshments were served by he hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Meneely entertained Friday evening, September 6, at the Lazy L restaurant with a rehearsal Chult R-3 PTA Plant Activities Chula R-3 PTA met Monday light at the school house with drs. John Moore presiding. The pledge to the flag was led ty Nona Parks and the devotional was given by Gilbert Stith. Following routine reports, members of the school faculty, cooks, bus drivers and custodians were introduced. A short skit entitled, " T h e New Family in Town" was pre- iented Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Foster gave the lesson on "Minni-Mist," showing the f i r s t hings taught jn kindergarten. Irs. Genevive Gergen was m- roduced as helper from Project Communicate. Announcements were made of a box supper and cake walk. The next meeting at 8 p.m. Oct. 28. During the social hour refreshments were served by mothers of the 1st grade children. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY TO HAVE CALL MEETING The Chillicothe Hospital Auxiliary MR. AND MRS. JOHN HOWARD M E N E E L Y were united in marriage at the First Baptist church Sunday evening, September 7, by Rev. Donald Palmer. The bride is the former Marilyn Kay Price, daughter of Mrs. 0. C. Price and the late Mr. Price of RFD 4. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Meneely of RFD 5.--Bailey Studio. Olive Prindle Members Attend Milan Meeting The Northwest district meet- ng of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held Tuesday at the Skyway Supper club Milan with the Milan club he hostess chapter. A 1 o'clock luncheon followed the morning session. Mrs. Harold Moore, Brookfield, district director, presided at the business meetings. Reports were given by the officers and plans for the coining o years were made. State officers present fnclud- er Mrs. Raymond Finks, Jeferson City, state regent; Mrs. Rufus K. Barter, Festus, vice- ·egent; Mrs. Charles Barnett, t. Louis, chaplain; Mrs. Rolan Miller, Platte City, recording ecretary; Mrs. John Haralson, Jefferson City, corresponding ecretary; Mrs. Frank Stephens, Kansas City, organization ecretary; Mrs. Wilmer McIroy, Louisiana, treasurer; «lrs Win. Bone.v, Windsor, reg- strar; Mrs. Byron Nucklos, Savannah, historian; Mrs. George P. Wilson, Columbia, li- iraian, and Mrs. Saudra Johnson, Camdenton, custodian of he flag. Members of Olive Prindle chapter who attended were Mesdames Charles G. Adams, Claude Walker, Charles A. Adams, James Baldwin, Clyde larper, and Earl Sallee and ilisses Francyl Rickenbrode and Ellen Tecgardcn. A Record 392 Student! Away at School; '0 at Maryville Wittier, Sandra Zllllig, iharon Zllllig. W I L L I A M J E W E L L COL- .EGE, Liberty: James Barfiar. Tom Bnrnharl, Marna Buck, Janice Churchill, Susan Farrar, Bonnie Iloh=nn, Macy B. Kaye, ly Simmons. C E N T R A L METHODIST COLLEGE, Fayette: Vicki Cop- lie. Anita Jones. Cheryl .Innos, Icloris Jones, Linda Keeley, Robert M. Willis. COTTEY COLLEGE, Nevada, Mo.: Kayce Halstead, Patricia Lynne Hawkins, Christy Jackson, Rebecca Lindley, Thera Price. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI. Rolls: Everett C. Baker, Larry Long, Steven G. Nigus, David Pennington, Raymond Posch, Tom Tate. AVI LA COLLEGE, Kansa City: Kathy Anderson, Cecelia Gatson, Mary Anne Gatson, Martha Rupp. MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE, M a r s h a l l : Harve Rhodes, Mrs. David LeVon Sugg, David LeVon Sugg, Stephen Anthony Sugg SOUTHWEST M I S S O U R I STATE COLLEGE, Springfield: Carol Brown, Bill Garlock, Judy McCIoughan, Donna Weston. WESTMINSTER COLLEGE, Fulton : Buell V. Applebury, Larry Butterfield, Scott Hofmann, Randy Plummer LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Jefferson City: Steven W. Brown, Charles Allen Crain, jr., Jackie Rucker. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI- Kansas City: Curtis E, Cooper, Mary Crookshanks, John Michael Rion. U N I T E D ELECTRONICS INSTITUTE, Des Moines, la.: Bill Crookshanks, Barry Jayncs, Larry Leppin. CARD BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, St. Joseph: Karen Jones, Rose Ann Myers. CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Columbia: Carolyn Rottman, Julie Tharp. MT. ST. SCHOLASTICA COLLEGE, Atchison, Kan.: Carol Schuckenbrock, Trudi Timmons. C H I L L I C O T H E B E A U ACADEMY, Cniiircothe: Glen da Allnutt, Sherry Berry, Dee ^rump, Barbara DeVaul, Janice Dockcry, Eva Gannon, Vickie Gillilan, Connie Hincs, Linda Holden, Carolyn Jenkins, (ilenda Kippcnber^pr, Hazel Langdom, Barbara Laws, Kar- olet Long, Bonnie Reeder, Joan Saip, Margaret Sanderson, Donna Skinner, Connie Sprinkle, Connie Tietjcns, Susan Turner, Ila Yatos. ROCKHURST C O L L E G E , Kansas City: David Hollo way ·at City: Vickl ISABKLLI OF FASHION lit City: Mike CENTRAL STITUTI, Krniei Tbarp. MISSOURI LiCI, St. WILLIAM Fulton: Susan CENTRAL COLLEGi ( brtnch). Mary Sue (Lamb) SOUTHWEST LEGE, Bolivar: Phillips. BURGE PITAL SCHOOL Springfield: STEPHENS Columbia: Debbie TARKIO Barbara Dawn GATEWAY E V A N G Kathy Gabrielson. KANSAS Pittsburg, Kan.: ST. BENEDICT'S Atchiton, Kin.: arock. KANSAS STATE Manhattan, Kin.: SOUTHWESTERN METHODIST COLLEGE, Kan.: Mrs. "win) Schauer. UNIVERSITY Iowa City, It.: DRAKE Moines, la.: Bill GRACELAND moni, la.: ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Margaret (Peggy) NORTHWESTERN ITY, Chicago, Hawkins II. EASTERN STATE COLLEGE, Wash.: Gary D. LORETTO Denver, Colo.: Kristi UNIVERSITY NEBRASKA, Lincoln 'THE BISHOP'S lolla, Calif.: Somerville. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 'eter M. OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY, Shawnee, Sandra Kohl. JUDSON SCHOOL, Ariz.: Cindo PRINCETON Princeton, N.J, Allen. WINONA STATE Winon., Minn.: S O U T JIST UNIVERSITY, Tex.: Patty UNIVERSITY MARY-AND, Munich, Christina B. Hear of Need For Lake Here reation area Shuey said the didn't run into when it came and. He reported ;roup obtained md the average was $119 per "The people county and Unlonville proud of our recreation area. our community county", Shuty closing. Elmer Kick of rict supervisor lome Administration, briefly on ways eation area can community. "There's Chillicothe and y can't have a He reported on copulation and vhere lake ealized and ocated near end the population 30,00 in future Melvin Haas, a

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  2. 27 Sep 1968, Fri,
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