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CUESTS OF Study Team from Chile To Spend Several Days Here Six selected outstanding young business and professional men from Chile and their leader, a Rotarian, will arrive in Chillicothe this afternoon for a stay and tour of the area as a group study exchange team in a program sponsored by Rotarians of northwest Missouri and of District 478 in Chile. In turn, six young men from northwest Missouri will be selected for a Rotary Foundation study trip to Chile next January. Details on that and how they will be selected will be announced. Earle Teegarden, is chairman of the group's visit to the Chillicothe, Brookfield, Marcoline and Braymer area. The six visitors from Chile, all non-Rotarians, are Luis E.
Castro Jonas, a chemistry technician; Edgar do S. Riquelme Soto, who works with the National Enterprise of Petroleum; Eduardo R. Sepulveda Pantoja, a technician at the state university; Rolando Werner Bleschke, an agricultural technician; Juan A. Obando Barria, a civil registrar, and Hector H. Uribe Molina, a supervisor in the dairy industry.
They are accompanied by Rotarian Sergio Aguero Hugel of Punta Arenas, a former Rotary district governor. While in Chillicothe, the seven will be slaying in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Adams, Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.
Teegarden, Bro. and Mrs. James Mabery, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob White.
Rotary clubs throughout northwest Missouri are serving as 'hosts to the Chileans. Tomorrow morning they will go to Marceline to visit the Hurrt Fabrications, manufacturers of interstate highway signs and have lunch with the Marceline Rotary Club, then to Brookfield to visit the Whittaker cable plant, then travel to visit Swan Lake near Sumner and Fountain Grove. Friday morning the group will visit the State Training School for Girls and the Mid- American Dairymen plant. At noon, they will attend a joint luncheon 'meeting with Rotarians and Anns from Chillicothe, Brookfield and Braymer clubs. Friday afternoon's tours include the municipal power plant, Midland Brick and lile and MarsMield Homes.
Saturday morning they will Visit the Litton Charolais Ranch, then will teave the rest of the day free. They will attend the church of their choice Sunday morning and that afternoon will go to Richmond. local News Notes and Mrs. Howard Harris, former residents of the Jamesport and Gallatin communities. LEAVE HOSPITAL David Atkins, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Atkins, 727 Commercial street; Robert Dalrym- pte, 1114 street; Marsha Haynes, Dawn; Mrs. Larry Morris and son, Fair street; Mrs. Edna Mendenhall, 102 Jackson street and Krestin Trimble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Trimble, Jamesport have been released from the Chillicothe hospital. LARRY DANIEL IN MARINE CORPS EXERCISE CAMP PENDLETON, CAlif. Hospitalman Larry D. Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Daniel of 1215 Calhoun, Chillicothe, participated in the training exercise. House" with the Fifth Marine Expeditionary Brigade a Camp Pendleton. Calif. The exercise was a test of Navy-Marine Corps amphibious and helicopter landing techniques under all weather conditions on various types of terrain.
COUNTY HEALTH GROUP ALTERS MEETING DATES The Livingston County Association for Mental Health has changed its regular meeting date to the third Thursday evening of each month. The board of directors and committee members will meet in the Courtesy Room of the Citizens National Bank at 7:30 p. June 18th, and not this coming Thursday. The association alternates board meetings and public educational meets, with the board of directors meeting this month. There will be a public educational meeting in July.
MEDICAL SOCIETY TO HEAR DR. BAKER OP M. V. Dr. Sherwood Baker, University of Missouri Medical School, Columbia, will be guest speaker at the June meeting of the Grand River Medical Society and its women's auxiliary Thursday night at the Chillicothe Country Club.
A social hour will be held at 6:30 p. m. and dinner will follow at 7. The speaker, Dr. Baker, in charge of the preceptor program of the medical school, and us supervisor of the General Practice Residency at tbe Medical Center.
other relatives. The weekend of Jtily 28 they will attend the iOSth reunion of the families tvf the late John and Susan Mal- Vina McMillen. Mr. and Mrs. Braden prior to moving to California resided in Chillicothe.
Mr. Braden served as city attorney while residing here. FROM CALIFORNIA Mrs. Colleen Buzzard of Lomita, is a guest in the home of her mother, Mrs. Jesse Walker and Mr.
Walker, 1411 Broadway. A DEGREE AT M. U. TO JERRY L. SMITH Jerry L.
Smith son Nevin and Marcella Smith of Jamesport, received his bachelor of science in Agriculture degree with a major in agronomy at commencement exercises held at the University of Missouri on Jime 2. Jerry is a of Alpha Zeta, scholastic honor society of agriculture, and Scabbard and Blade, the ROTC fraternity. The Tri-County News said that in ceremonies held in Jesse Hall the same day, Jerry received his commission as second lieutenant in the field lller-y and expects to report to Fort Sill, on September 6 for his tour of active duty. RETURN TO UPLAND Phylis Matthews and children have returned to Upland, Neib. after a two-week vis- It in the home of their brother and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Lightifoot, 308 Wise street. THE BOWS LEAVE Mr. and Mrs. John Bow have returned to their home in Reno, after a 1-week visit with Mrs.
Bow's parents, Mr. and Brs. Byron Norman, RFD 5, and other relatives in this area. AT EDWARDS HOME Miss Colene Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Don Edwards, of Winston, spent the with her uncle, aunt, and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards and Glenda, RFD 4. MISS CAIN GRADUATES Miss Cecellia Cain of Pattonsburg was graduated yesterday after completing seven months of cosmetology training at the Chillicothe Beauty Academy and has accepted a position at the Lacly-B-Lovely Beauty Salon (here. PARENTS OF A SON A 7ipound, 14-oimce son was born to Mr.
and Mrs, Dick Smith, Bogard, at 10:49 o'clock this morning at the Chillicothe hospital. GUESTS FROM WASHINGTON Miss Margaret Harris returned by plane Monday to Washington, B.C. after spending a 2-week vacation with her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harris at Trenton and aunt, Mrs.
Chester Jackson in Chillicothe. A family reunion and dinner was held Sunday, in her honor, in the home of Mrs. Jackson. Relatives present were Mrs. Stella Weideman, Mr.
and Mrs. George Hill, Jamesport; Mrs. Eva Jackson, Gallatin; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harris, Trenton.
Miss Harris will be remembered as the daughter of the late Mr. MORE THAN AN INCH RAIN RECEIVED HERE Rainfall in Chillicothe since 5 o'clock yesterday evening has amounted to 1.38 inches. This brings the total precipitation for the month to 2.73 inches. Rains drenched western Missouri Thursday night and lighter amounts were recorded over the state. There's more to come, the Weather Bureau predicts, including showers and thunderstorms in the forecasts through Tuesday.
Heaviest falls reported were at Kansas City, 1,92 at Joplin, and 1.06 at Springfield. PATROL CHECKS MISHAP AT 65-36 JUNCTION A 'car and pick-up collided at the junction of U.S. 65 and 36 at 12:05 p.m. today. The Highway Patrol reported that a 1969 Chevrolet driven by Gary Kenneth Howell, 23, of 315 Polk was coming off the exit ramp of U.S.
65 and onto U.S. 36 and pulled in front of a 1953 Ford pick-up driven by Roy Monroe Frazier, 49, RFD 1, Ohilli'cothe, which was traveling east on 36. The front of the pick-up struck the rear of the car. The patrol charged Howell with careless and imprudent driving (failing to yield the right of way). MRS.
RITTIE ANN HUNT SERVICES AT HALE Funeral services for Mrs. Rittie Ann Hunt, 83, were held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the United Methodist Church in Hale with the Rev. Robert Gant officiating. For the service, Mrs. Lena sang "How Great Thou Art" and "Precious Lord, Take My Hand." Mrs.
Jane Brown played the organ accompaniment. Pallbearers were grandsons. Interment was in the Hale cemetery, under direction of the Aiustin-Lindley Funeral Home. Mrs. Hunt died Thursday morning at a nursing home in Hale.
PENDLETON LOAN FUND COURT HEARING HELD Mrs. W. L. Fadr, member of the Chillicothe Boand of Education assigned to the Pendleton Fund eomimittee, reported to the board last night that the committee wanted to know about the status of some proposed changes in the will of the late Mrs. Florence Pendleton.
Lloyd Cleaveland, president of the board, advised Mrs. Fair that a circuit court hearing has (been held and that he was informed clarification is expected toy court by July 1. A bequest by Mrs. Pendleton makes possible no-interest loans bo Chillicothe High School graduates wishing to continue their education and who need help. Marriage LIcmM Issued May Neal Cooper, 21, Chillicothe, and Mary Louise Templeman, 20, Chillicothe.
June Ray Cooper, Ifi, Chillicothe, and Sheila Sue Pyrtle, 17, Chillicothe. June Benton Thomas, 20, Brookfield, and Rhonda Jean Jewell, 19, Chillicothe. June Joe Johnson, 18, Breckenridge, and Jennie Ellen Hensley 16, Chillicothe. June Ray Brunscher, 18, Bogard, and Connie Jo Ritzinger, 18, Bosworth. June Lyle Hefner, 31, Chillicothe, and Peggy Belle Davenport, 34, Chillicothe.
June amesHoward Isaacs, 18, Wheeling, and Karen Sue Curl, 17, Wheeling. June Lee Narr, IT, Wheeling, and Sharon Beth Spainhour, 19, Chula. June Owen Anderson, 20, Chillicothe, and Vicky Sue Batye, 17, Chillicothe. June Paul Daniel, 26, Chillicothe, and Krliteena Ewing, 19, Chillicothe. METHODISTS TO HEAR CHURCH CRjSIS ISSUES The spiritual reconciliation achieved recently in the annual Missouri West Conference concerning controversial social ministries, and the reconciliatory action being taken surrounding the confrontation at Linwood Methodist Church, Sunday, May 31, both of these will be lifted up Sunday morning by Dr.
Earl C. Griffith, pastor of tbe United Methodist Church of Chillicothe. Copies of the report of the 'Reconciliation Group" to the annual conference will be made available to each family attend- ng. Copies of the work being done by the reconciliation group concerning the Linwood situation also will be available. Circuit Court FIM June Ghapmaa, executor of the estate at Bay Copeland, deceased, et, vi, Martha J.
Copeland, partition. May of Misiouri vs. James R. Anderson, no funds check. June Dickson vi, Dennis Dale Dickson, divorce.
June National Bank vs. Carl L. Howe and wife, replevin. June Iih mael vs. Myrtle Irene divorce and partition.
June of ve. Michael H. Simpson, appeal from city police court, DWI. June Jacobs VI. Ivan divorM.
Mrs. Rice's Parents' Farm Devastated by Tornado The farm property of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bartholomew, parents of Mrs. Charles Rice of 57 TenHi street, was completely destroyed by a tornado at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Their farm is located two miles south of Bynumvillc, in northeast Chariton County. Their 2-story home, garage, barns, and all out-buildings were destroyed; however, no one was injured. Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew's grandson, Fred Rice, is spend- ing the summer months with them.
The walls of two rooms on the ground floor of the home remained following the storm. A metal roof has been placed over the two rooms, in which Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew arc residing until a new home can be built. Mr.
and Mrs. Rice and Rick have returned to their Chillicothe residence after spending a few days with Mrs. Race's parents and the Rice's son. Explorers Canoe 60 Miles Down the Current River A 60-mile float trip on South Missouri's Current River was the experience this week for 18 members and two leaders of Explorer Scout Troop 120 of Chillicothe. Traveling in the United Methodists' church bus, the group left Sunday morning and camped out that; night at Jim Ruth's resort on the Lake of the Ozarks, near Camdenton.
Monday night they camped at Cedar Grove on the Current River and started their float trip Tuesday morning in 10 canoes. Camp stops on the 60-mile float were at Pulltight Springs and John's Ferry. The canoe trip ended at Powder Mill Ferry on Thursday and the group spent Thursday night at Wayne Allen's Lake of the Ozarks cottage at Warsaw. Boys on the float trip were David Watson, Mark Dctweiler, Greg Switzer, Erol Gokbora, Steve Mills, Benny Willard, Scott Stephens, Chad Glover, David Ncal, Steve Koehly, Scott Morts, Bob Allen, Jim Lionbcrg- er, Tom Harden, Gary Cox, Andy Savage, Mel Hamil, Mike Wood. Adult leaders were Wayne Allen, post committeeman, and Explorer Adviser Bill Watson.
ARKED CAR SIDESWIPED BY ANOTHER VEHICLE City police were called to in- estimate an accident at 3:48 csto relay afternoon in the 1500 'lock of west Second street. Involved were a 1965 chevro- driven by William R. Grace RFD 1, and a 1970 Pontiac, wnod by Richard Dale O'Dell, Broadway. There was anvago. lo the night door and rout fonder of the Chevrolet, ml damage to the right rear panel of the Pontiac.
According to police, Grace vas traveling west on Second, nd side-swiped the O'Dell car, hat was parked. Garden Club Has 'Little Flower Show' The Chillicothe Garden club held its "little flower show" yesterday morning at the Grace Episcopal Church parish house. Specimen roses, rose arrangements and green arrangements were the classes entered. The staging committee consisted of Mrs. Howard Leech, Mrs.
Fred Walker and Miss Grace Bailey. Judges for the rose specimens and green arrangements were Mrs. Walker and Mrs. M. E.
Elliott. Judging the rose arrangements were Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. George Troeger. Following the judging, constructive criticism were given.
Mrs. Nina Foltz won first prize in the rose specimen class with a red rose. Mrs. Charles Fleener won first prize on an arrangement of Chicago Peace roses and Mrs. Troeger won first place in the green arrangements.
AUTUMN LEAVES "Autumn Leaves" is one of the many poems written by John Hoyt who was 93 years old May 22. Mr. Hoyt was given special recognition by the Autumn Leaves Club at their last meeting; his poem was read; his fav- orate song, "Silver Threads Among the Gold," was sung by the members, and 81 birthday cards, placed in a large mail box, were presented to him while "Happy Birthday" was sung. We people that are older It seems to be our lot, The many things we thought we knew Have mostly been forgot. And we reach the twilight stage Before we come to grief, Just line up with the rest of ue And join the Autumn Leaf.
So IM all remember Through pleasures, WOT, or strife, And not to burden others With tfce cares we have in lile. A word to people It often has been told If they, too, are lucky Someday they wttl be old. And when they aw old They will be proud to say: "I never let my parents know That they were in my way." So, let's go on together, I am sure we will win the race, As some of us are passing There will be others take our place. do many things for pleasure Play games of every kind But if you don't join Autumn Leaves Yw will still far behind! The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Joe Singer, president.
Thirty-seven members were present. It was reported that 15 more bouquets had been delivered, making a total of 123 to date. Mrs. Virgil Mason, courtesy chairman, reported sending one card since the last meeting. Mrs.
Web Beall had an arrangement for the speakers' table. It was announced the next meeting, on July 7, will be a tour by cars to Sumner to view the conservation area and museum. Members will meet at the parish house at 8:30. The group plans to be back in Chillicothe by noon. Following the meeting, coffoe and cookies were served by Mrs.
Claude Berkshire, Mrs. Foltz, Mrs. Chester Rose and Mrs. G. B.
Merriman. RICKY ELLIOTT IN AIR FORCE ADMINISTRATION BILOXI, Ric- M. Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle F.
Elliott of RFD Laredo, has graduated Keosier AFB, from he U.S. Air Force administra- ive specialist course. The ainman is now proficient I ho preparation mf Air Force oiTespondence and reports. Airman Elliott, a 1965 grad- late of Trenton (Mo.) High school, received his B.S. de- in 1969 from Northwest Missouri Slate College.
His vifc, Carol, is the daughter of Mrs. Edith Westengaard of RFD 1, Gait, Mo. Youths Tell Kiwanis of Communist Plans for U. S. Five concerned young Americans spoke on the Communist tmetable for taking over the United States and of American apathy and lack of knowledge of Communist doctrine, in talks at a ladies' night meeting of the "uwanis club Monday evening at he Strand hotel.
Speakers were David Neal, Chad Glover, Scott Stephens, Jehrig Coleman and Mike Wood. They indicated that Americans 'need lo be aware of Communist plans and to realize hat they should be fighting hem. They pleaded for patriotic involvement of all citizens. A Kiwanian said that the five impressed the audience with the obvious fact that if there are young men like these ive. no enemy is likely to prevail over this country.
Vaughn Murray, president, presided at the meeting. Ros- COK N. Place was program chairman. Perfect attendance tabs for lapel buttons were presented by Dr. Frank Stark, club secretary, as follows: One year, John Cook, Ce- cH Higgins, Don Hofheins, Howard Leech, George Sidden, Robert Weber; two years, Stan Patton, Bob Moss; three years, Earl Weeks, seven years, Chuck Fleener, eight years.
Dr. Stark; 18 years, Archie Campbell; 19 years, Louis Renfrew; 33 years, Mort Cathey and William Olenhouse, and 47 years, Frank McCalmont. Legion of Honor certificates were presented to E. M. Llnd- sey for 25 years of service; Dr.
G. K. MeJnersha'gen, 30 years of service; Mr. Place, past president, and 30 years of service, and A. E.
Hoover, p-ast president and 30 years service, Gallatin, chairman of the committee on tup- port of churches, presented certificate of award and appreciation for 1 church and community service to Vcrn Phillips, toyman Baptitt Guests were Mr. and Mve. Wayne Allen of Dr. and Mrs. John R.
Neal, Mr. and Mrs, John Yeomans of Mr. and Mrs. Bill golem an, the Rev. and Mrs.
Earl Griffith (rf Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leech, Mrs. t. W.
Heimbrook of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wenzel of Mr.
and Mrs. Don Worthington, Mr. and Mrs Jack Arnold of Mr. and Mrs Bob Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Arnold of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, Mr. and Paul Walk and Miss Bonnie Schrader of Mr. and Mrs.
Jtenfrow Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunt of Mr and Mrs. Bob Weber, Mr. and Mrs.
Vern Phillips of Mr. am Harlie Gallatin, Davk. Fleener of Mr. and Mrs. Chares Fleener and Miss Tammy of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs.
Vaughn Murray. CARS COLLIDE AT CHERRY. WEBSTER Ohillicothe Police investi-gat- id an accident that occurred at the intersection of Cherry and Webster streets at 8:25 this morning. Involved in the accident were a 1970 Cadillac owned by Rich ard Dowell of 501 Boehner Place dird driven by Joyce Dowell, 35, of the same address, and a .1064 'hevrolet driven by William Dean Anderson, 22, 1226 Wob iter. The Dowell oar was going south on Cherry and the An derson vehicle was traveling east on Webster at the time of (he accident, according to officers.
According to police, both vc liclcs entered the intersection without seeing the other oar preaching. There was minor damage to the front of the Dow ell car and the Anderson vehicle was damaged about the IcJt "ronl door. A COLLEGE DEGREE TO MISS RECIL SKINNER Miss Recil Skinner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skinner, MM Monroe street, was graduated last night from Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville.
Miss Skinner, who majored in speach correction, received a bachelor of science degree in elementary and secondary education. Attending commencement were Miss Skinner's parents and Dr. and Mrs. John R. Nenl.
Miss Skinner completed student teaching this spring with tho Livingston County IMI School System. She has accepted a position for this summer and the 1970-71 school term with the Hamilton R-M school system. ADAMS RESIDENCE Mr. and Mrs. Trenton Adams of Dawn have their guest? their daughter and grand children, Mrs.
Bill Aronson Todd, Brian, and Jana of llous ton, and Mrs. Adams' sister, Miss Louise MeKerlie ol Washington, D. C. Miss McKer lie will return home Sunday but the Aronsons will remair for a few weeks visit with rela lives and friends in this area Mr. and Mrs.
Adams entertain Sunday with a dinner in hon or of MfcKwlie and Aronsons. 0ANNY LOCKRI06E RECEIVES DEGREE Danny Lorkrirlge, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Hubert Lockriclge of amcsporl. received a degree of achclor of science in agricul- ure with a major in economics commencement exercises eld at the University of Misouri, Columbia, Tuesday, June Danny's plans for the future IT not certain at this time.
He a tnnr, sraduatr or Tri-County ligh School in Jamosporl, re- orts the Tri-County News. determine guilt or 5iif. to determine if -vidence had been presented to how that a crime had been ommiftcd. The 16-year-old juvenile is eing held in juvenile quarters the Livingston County jail nd is scheduled to appear in court on July 8. Three of the four charged (vere returned to the county rfit in lieu of $5,000 bond, lursman posted $5,000 bond on une 12 and was released from ail.
Christians Rededication States and Canada as a mem- er of the Commission on Co- perative Policy and Practice, he Committee for 1970 and Be- ond, the Council on Christian inity, the Unity Commission, Conversations with the United ihurch of Christ, the Consula- ion on Church Union and the earbook committee. Dr. Rickman is a member of he board of trustees of the Mis- otiri School of Religion, its re- tructure and Education committees. He is a member ex- fficio of the board of the School Religion, Drury College and ulver-Stockton College. Both and Culver-Stockton col- Rges have conferred honorary doctor of divinity degrees on him.
The Sunday speaker is a graduate of Texas Christian Univcr- ity and Brite Divinity School ind holds the master of arts de- jree from the divinity school of he University of Chicago. Jarol Pelteway, St. James; Linda Podolski, St. Louis; Nancy, Savannah; Maria Thomas, Kanas City. The general election is to be ield' Friday.
Cuts Two More Penh Highways said he escaped from North Vietnamese troops at Kom- pong Speu fold a news conference the Communists boasted they would attack Phnom Penh today, three months to the day after Premier Lon Nol and his associates deposed Prince Norodom Sihanouk chief of state. Several diplomats said the Morth Vietnamese and Viet Cong already had scored a propaganda victory by frightening city's population. Meanwhile, Phnom Penh was quiet. A military spokesman reported fighting in Kompog Thorn, a provincial capital 80 miles north of: Phnom Penh, and said Soutl Vietnamese helicopters ant gunships were flying in suppor of the ground troops. He also reported fighting around Kompong Chhnang, 55 miles northwest 01 Hie capital, where enemy troops were reported Wednesday to liavc taken partial control of tho town and to have set.
up strong uoints in a hotel and the central market. Today the. spokesman said Cambodian troops were trying to clear the area nit there was no fighting in the itself. The spokesman also described the situation around Angkor Wat, the famed temple ruin in northwest Cambodia, as critical. He said the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong has occupied nearly all the vast 12th cen- turn ruin, Cambodia's greatest national treasure, and had established several hospitals and storage areas there.
"Morn seriously," he added, 'they arc pulling in antiaircraft Kun emplacements around the temples." Cambodian fighter bombers are attacking enemy positions in Die vicinity of the temples are staying clear of the uins themselves, the spokesman said. The Cambodian government has declared Angkor an "open city," saying its troops would make no move against, c.neiny I'orcuB occupying them in order to avoid damage Lo the buildings. Shooting Incident To Circuit Court nied by Judge Taylor. Chapman is representing StotHemyrc, Kursman and Holey. Stubhfi had requested that tine complaint against tho four be amended and that, it read Georgo HutchiriKon and Mike MutchiiiHon, but Judgo Taylor denied the roquoxl.
Called hy the to taxtify at this morning's preliminary wore Art HutchinKon, George Hutchinsori, Mrs. Vivian Hutchinson, Chief of Police Junior Cobb and Assistant (Shlef Police Sam Highshew. No ont testified for the defendants. Prosecutor StubbK Introduced as evidence a .41,0 shotgur which Highshew stated wa-a tak en from the front seat of a rei car which Gobb and Highshew stated was stopped by pollen after officers had bee nalertei of the alleged shooting at Asher sreet. The occupants 01 the car were rdcnMfied by Gobi and Highshew the four men charged along with a old Chillicothe juvenile who arrested hy wrthooittes Judge Tayloy it wa not function of eowt to Livingston County, Missouri Tn the estate of Mamie Jamts, )Estate No.
1259 Decedent. ns intere sted in the dent ie James Dece 2 day of June 1970, last, will of Mamie James Coairirurion.Tribunft Chillicothe, Mo. Thursdoy, June 18, 1970 was appointed the of Mamie by the ingston Couniv, Mis. 9 7 Thpi une thl busine ss address of the executrix is Route her attor- SUlbbs Chil. State an mo" 5 551 PUbIicati (SEAL) Geraldine Roark Clerk Probate Court of Living.
Inn County. Missouri -J II. is 25 NOTICE OF LETTERS Win Offices at iris rota NOTICES Required by low lo inform citizens of matters affecting them or their property. NOTICE OP LETTERS TESTAMENTARY GRANTED (Sec. 473.033, Missouri, Regular Session) aate of Missouri, 'ounty of Livingston.
In The Probate Court Of Liyinflston County, Missouri fn the estate of Roy W. Copeland.) Decedent. )Estate No. 1343 To all persons interested In the estate of Roy W. Copeland Decedent: On the 26th day of May, 1870, he last will of Roy W.
Copeland was admitted to probate and Nolan Chapman, was appointed the executor of the estate of Roy W. Copeland, de ccdent, by the probate court 01 Livingston County, Missouri, on the 26th day of May, 1970. The business address of the execu tor is 903 Jackson Street, whoso telephone number is 646-0627. All creditors of said decedent arc notified to file claims in court, within six- months from the date of this, notice or be forever barred. Date of first publication IB May 28, 1970.
(SEAL) Geraldine Roark, Clerk Probate Court of Livings ton County, Missouri May 26 June 4 11 NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (See. 473.5B7, R.S. 19S9) State of Missouri, )ss. County of Livingston. In Probate Court Of Livingston County, Missouri In the estate of Elizabeth Kriner.
Deceased Estate No. TO ALL PERSONS INTEREST ED IN THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth Kriner, Deceased You arc hereby notified that undersigned Executors of said estate will file final settlement and petition for distribu- lon on the fith day of August, 1970, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and any objections or exceptions such settleniont. or petition any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten Jays from the date said final scUlomenf, Is filed. Alice Bauer, Executor Route Chillicothc, Missouri Elizabeth Coffman, Executor, Route 5, Chillicothe, Missouri Orn G. Morris, Executor, Route.
5, Chillicothe, Missouri MOO I Lee Stenn, Executor, Route 5, Chillicothe, Missouri 04001. Lloyd Cloaveland, Attorney, 185 Citiaens National Bank Building, Chillicothe, Missouri 04001 May 8fi June 4 M. 3 aWH of Regular Session.) 'late of Missouri, Bounty of Livingston ')' In Tho Probate Court Of Livingston County, Missouri the estate of Fred Williams, cnf. )ii; No all porsons interested In 'Mate of G. Fred Willi nms On the 2nd day of June, 1970, Viormn Jean Williams was Dinted the administratrix of the sslate of G.
Fred Williams dc, by the probate court of ston County, Missouri. The justness address of the adminis- ralnx is 1800 Borden, Chilljco- ne, Missouri, whose telephone lumber Is 646-0429, and her at- orncy is Nolan M. Chapman, Tr of Chillicothe, Missouri, vho.se business address Is 903 Jnckson Street and whose telephone number is 646-0627. All creditors of said decedehl are notified to file claims in court within six months from ne date of this notice or be for- ivcr barred. Bate of first publication Is Tune 4, 1970.
Roavk, Clerk Probate Court of Livingston County, Missouri June 4 11 18 25 FILING SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 473.587, R.S. State of Missouri, )ss. County of Livingston. In The Probate Court Of Livingston County, Missouri estate of Sabra Scott.
Deceased Estate No. 1178 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Sabra Scott, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned Executor of said estate will file final settlement and petition for distribution on the 29th day of June, 1970, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court aiifj that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing nnd within ton days from the date said final settlement filed. Clifton Scott, Executor, cothe, Mo. Don Chapman, Attoi'ney Chillicothe, Mo.
June 4 11 18 25 NOTICE OF LETTERS TESTAMENTARY GRANTED 473.038, LIIWH of Missouri, 1069, Regular Session) of Missouri, )ss. County livings ton. In The Probate Court Of NOTICE OF LETTERS TESTAMENTARY GRANTED Sec. 473.033, Laws of Missouri 1069, Regular Session. Stnte of 1 Missouri, )KS.
County of Livingston. In Tho Probate Court Of Livingston County, Missouri In the estate of Georgia Reobc,) Estate No. 1249 Decedent. To nil persons interested in the estate of Georgia Bcebe Decedent: On tin! 1st liny of June, 1970, the lust will of Georgia Beebo was admitted lo probate and L. Morner Beebe was appointed the executor of the estate of Georgia Heche, decedent, by the probate court, of Livingston f'ounly, Missouri, on the 1st day oj June, 1070.
Tho business address of the executor is Calhoim Street, whose lelcphono number and Ills at, lorney is S. Stuhbs of Chillicothe, Missouri, whose business address is 201 Chillicotha State Bank and whoso 'telephone number is 646-MiiO. All creditors of said decedent are notified Lo file claims in court; within six months from the (tote of this notice or be for- over barred. Date of firnt publication if June 4, Gerajdine Roark, Clork Probate Court of ton County, Missouri June 4-11-18-25 THE CHILLICOTHE cSr4STITUTION'TRIBUNE OMAftLHS U. WA'HHNS Publisher f.
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