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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Thursday, October 29, 1964
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ocie Mi** Srid* ^ Irfwird ANtlns Mr. ihd Mrs. Frank Kfeft ft! Lytton, It, announce the marriage of their diughtw, Miss sira Jane Kreft, to Mf, Edward Atktes, Belleville, ill,, son of Mf, iftd Mrs. Clyde Melton of Chillicothe. The doublet ting ceremony took place at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Oct» if, MM, it St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Sac City, la,, with the H«v, L, S. Winter*, pastor, official- inf. Mrs. Relnhard Wulkow, organist, played the traditional wedding music and accompanied Mr, Glaus Bunt, brother-in-law of the bride, who sing "Oh, Perfect Love" and "Wedding Prayer". The bride wore a three-piece champagne knit suit with sheath skirt and shell overblouse embroidered In gold bugle beads. The chenille jacket was embroidered to match the blouse. Her velvet pill* box hat was trimmed in baby 01- trich feathers. M«, Glaus Bunz, the bride's sister, was matron of honor. She wag attired in a royal blue two- piece knit dress with sheath skirt and overblouse embroidered in gold bugle beads, designed in , . 3. itoMfy £nftietifni; t ftOiald Shoush, Atlanta; Jaffie* " Shoush, ttirtot ShOUih ltd Looti Shoush, Macoft, and a daughter, Dr. Glen latts, Kirk»viil«. Mr. Shoush also leave* 28 dfMrdehll- dfeft; two tiatttt, Mfsi Nell Shoush, Pueblo, Colo., afld Mr*. Jay Wood, California, BO SCHOO TES apriyg of flowers. Her royal blue pillbox hat was trimmed in feathers and veil. Mr, Ronald Atkins, Columbia, served as best man for his brother. The mother of the bride wore a brown suit with. matching accessories. Mrs. Melton wore a royal blue suit with matching accessories. Following the ceremony a buffet supper was served for 20 guests in the home of the bride's parents. Mra. Atkins attended Northwest Missouri State College at Mary- vllle. The groom is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State College and is employed'by the Federal Food and Drug Administration in St. Louis. ' The couple will be at home at 13 Coventry Drive, Belleville, 111. . Attending the wedding from Chillicothe were the groom's parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Clyde Melton, his grandmothers, Mrs. Russell Atkins and Mrs. E. M. Hicklln, and brother, Ronald Atkins, Mr. Lance Melton, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Geiger, St. Louis, brother and sister, also attended. H«nd«r«on-Fr«y Wedding The wedding of Miss Paula Henderson and Mr. James D. Frey took place on Friday, October 16, at the First Baptist Church in Trenton. The double-ring ceremony was performed by.the Rev. A. L. Palmer at a Cundlelighting ceremony at 7:30 in the evening. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henderson, Trenton, and Mr. Frey is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Don'Frey, Trenton, RFD. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a light blue suit dress with blue accessories and carried a bridal arrangement of white carnations and streamers atop a white Bible. . Miss Dolores Elbert and Mr. Lawrence Meservey of Trenton attended the couple. The couple will reside on Route 7, Trenton. MISS JACQUELINE (JACKIS) MIKBL, a niece of Mr. and Mrs, Victor Chmieleski of this city, who has been chosen homecoming queen by students of Cathedral High School in St. Cloud, Minnesota, She will reign over school events including a pep fest and bonfire, held Thursday, a dance Friday and the homecoming parade and football game between Cathedral and De LaSalle of Minneapolis on Sunday afternoon. Jackie is the daughter of Mrs, John F. Mikel of St. Cloud and has spent the past few summers here with the Chmleleskis. Sy WANDA VAN The junior class sponsored a pep rally, wiener roast, afld party fhufiday flight. The top four grades were represented. The girls and boys basketball teams played Stet Friday, with both team* winning; The teams will play Tina-Avalon at Ttna-Ava- loa this Friday. The following students are on the honor roll for the first quarter. "A" Honor Rbll Grade 7—Kenneth Edwards. Grade 8~LuAnna Bell. Grade 6—Donna Dorner. Grade 11—Wanda Dempsey. Grade 12—David Sugg. "B" Honor Roll Grade T—Jim Dotson, Donna Hundley. Grade 8—James Jarvis. Grade 9—Mary Hawkins. Grade 10—Richie Forsythe, Joe Hudson, Sharon Jarvis, Mary KuhL man, Peggy Macoubrie, Stephen Sugg, Marilyn Wallace. Grade 11—Alta Blngham, Sharon Macoubrie, Jo Ann O'Neal, Wanda VanDegrift. Grade 12—Danny Kuhlman, Pam Starnes. Untertalaed rtfattvts Satwday with ft party to honor thelf son, Dennis oft his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown and Mrs. Velma Colliver spent the weekend in Kansas City with Mf. and Mrs. Burris Long and family and attended the American Royal horse show Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alvls Sperry, Mrs. Jack Corf and Millie were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ofia Corf and fed. Afternoon callers were Mr, and Mrs. Bob corf and Carla Sue. Mrs. Gladys Lmnemah spent Sunday and Monday in Moberly whete she attended funeral services for her .mother-in-law on Monday. Donna, Stevie and Scotlle Shlpp spent Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoyt, and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. lr« Culling spent Sunday evening with Mr. ind Mrs. Rex Brown. Mr, and Mrs. Alvls Sperry spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maberry. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Denker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis. sella. John Feeney, Robert Frith. 2nd Ward 2nd Precinct—Richard Carter, Lena Mast, Dick West. 3rd Ward 1st Precinct — Ercell Phillips, Alva Phillips, T. M. Tevis. 3rd Ward 2nd Precinct—Harley McCracken, Mrs. Hallie Wilson, Mrs. Alonzo Anderson. 4th Ward, 1st Precinct — Earl Stepp, Marie Lindsey, Virgil Lindsey. 4th Ward 2nd Precinct — Mrs. Lawrence Dayton, May Ludwig, Carl Harrison. Chillicothe Township—Mike Slattery, Mrs. Virgil Chapman, Joe Miller. Cream Ridge Township — Mrs. Mae Capps, Mrs. Dorothy Thieme, Mrs. J. J. Hinnen sr. Fairview Township — Lorena Campbell, Lillian Stone, Maurice. River Township — Beever. Grand •dwtrdi-Smith Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Edwards, Bogard, announce the marriage of their daughter, Gail Earlene, to Mr. Larry Paul Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, RFD 5, Chillicothe. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents on Wednesday, evening, October 21, 1064. The Rev. Marvin T. Nobles performed the single-ring ceremony. The bride wore a two-piece turquoise wool knit dress featuring short sleeves and a cowl collar. She wore a corsage of seven white carnations. Miss JoAnn O'Neal of Bogard wag maid of honor. Her dress was of blue cotton with a high neckline and a pressed pleated skirt. Her corsage was of white carnations. Mr, Danny Rollens of Chillicothe served as best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home. The four tiered wedding cake was dee* orated with pink roses and white swans and was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Rube O'Neal served the cake and Miss JoAnn O'Neal presided at the punch bowl. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs, Paul Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Staton II, Mr. Danny Roilens and Mr. John Doolittle, Chillicothe; Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Edwards, Mr, Kenneth Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar O'Neal, Keith O'Neal, Miss JoAna O'Neal, Mr, and Mrs. Rube O'Neal, Mr. Gaii O'Neal and Mr, and Mrs, Robert Maaedam, Bogard. Harold Houx, Mrs. Floyd Smith, Mrs. Mildred Guilford.. Green Township—Floyd Riddle, Mary Braden, Vida Kirtley. Jackson Township — Buel Willams, Lucille Rosson, Clyde Hargrave. Medicine Township—Vernon Kilburn, Bill Raney. Monroe Township — Mrs. Clinton Warner, Pat Gilliland, Carrie Beckley. Mooresville Township — Ruby Rockhold, Alice Umbarger, Gladys Roberts. Rich Hill—F. A. Cranmer, Millie Parrish, William Bush. Sampsel—Eddie Lay, Mrs. John Dowell, Mrs. Dorothe Cox. Wheeling—Ralph Littrell, Mrs. Earl McCollum, Mrs. Ray Anderson. Republicans Blue Mound—Leonard Johnson, Clarence Lewis, Neal VanEaton. 1st Ward 1st Precinct—Farlow Hoyt, Mrs. John Irvin, Lloyd Cleaveland. 1st Ward 2nd Precinct — Leo Saale, Edna Atkins, John Cook. 2nd Ward 1st Precinct—Clara Wingo, Opal James, Allen Moore. 2nd Ward 2nd Precinct—Hugh Hill, Elsie Nichols, Mildred Hunt. 3rd Ward 1st Precinct—Mrs. Nellie Shannon, Stella Stilabower, Mrs. Cleve Kissick. 3ixl Ward 2nd Precinct^George Parker, Mrs. Ben F. Bland, Iva Brown Williams. 4th Ward 1st Precinct—Edgar Reynolds, Persis Meek, Ralph MR. AND MRS. EDWARD ATKINS who Were married nt St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Sac City, Iowa on Oct. 17,1964. The bride is the former Sara Jane Kreft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreft, Lytton, Iowa. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Melton, Chillicothe. CHULA LAND BANK STOCKHOLDERS WILL MEET AT TRENTON More than 250 farmers from Grundy, Linn, Livingston, Mercer and Sullivan Counties are expected in Trenton Thursday for the an^ nual stockholders' meeting of the Federal Lank Bank Association of Trenton. The meeting will be held in the First Christian Church fellowship hall; Registration will begin .at 5:45 and dinner will be served at 6:45 by women of the church. Doral' Porter of Mercer, president, will preside. Two directors, one each from Grundy and Linn counties, will be elected for 3-year terms. Wendell D. Meeker, manager, will present the annual report, affording members an opportunity to learn about the progress, operations and plans for their association. Principal speakers will include W. E. (Buck) Fletcher, director of the Farm Credit Board of St. Louis, and Thomas Porter, vice- president of the Federal Land Bank of St. Louis. Entertainment will feature the B-Boppers. Ross. 4th Ward 2nd Precinct—Nigal Seidel, Anna Bailey, Mrs. Virgil Griffiths. Chillicothe Township—Trail Sefton, Earl Hancock, Helen Yeomans. Cream Ridge Township — Mrs. Oca Drake, Frances Arr, Mrs. Alpha Meservey. Fairview Township—Floyd Plaster, Marion Hudson, Etha Barnhart. Grand River Township—Marion Nigus, Minnie Duncan, Lucy Bennett. Green Township—Everett Culling, Mayme Neal, Delpha Romeiser. Jackson Township—Johnnie R. Zullig, Ruby Harris, Minnie Eckert. Medicine Township—Claude Jacobs, Ralph Hall. Monroe Township—Frank Snod ROBERT L. STURGEON FUNERAL SERVICES Funeral services for Robert" L. Sturgeon, whose death occurred Friday, were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the chapel of the Gordon Home for Funerals. The Rev. Dale Lomas officiated. For the music, , Miss Karen Maples sang "Going Down the Valley" and "If We Never Meet Again." Miss Martha Ryan, organist, played for the service. Burial was in the Hutchinson cemetery. Casket bearers were Marion Sugg, Carl Herberger, Jackie Joe Howe, Everett Nolan Howe, Robert Frazier and Henry Kerns. CITY'S CIVIC LIFE TO BE C. Y.'O. PANEL TOPIC As part of the activities featuring Catholic Youth Week, a panel discussion will be held by six members of Saint Columban's C.Y.O. Tuesday 4 to 4:30 p.m. Discussion will center around the youth's ideas of Chillicothe civic life. The panel leaders, Larry Carter and Mickey Gilroy, will head the discussion, while Pat McCIure, diocesan C.Y.O. vice-president; Cecelia Gatson, parish C.Y.O. president; John Conrad and Patti Davis will serve as members of the panel. Jwdg«tforG«nerol Ekction Announced Federated Church. Cream Ridge township — Chula Presbyterian Church. Green township—old Utica Baptist Church. Jacksoo township — Springhiii R.N.A, hail, Mowoe township — B a p t i « t Church, Mooresville township — Mooree- ville Mowihip hall, Sampsel township— SimpseJ con> munity ball. Blue MouncWPit Anderson, Virginia Mead, Mrs, Ted Bejer. 1st Ward 1st precincWMrg. Stanley Hill, Mrs. H, W. Leech, Lloyd Turner. Jit Ward 2nd Precinct— C. M. Wv, ingston, Mrs. L, L. GUieapie, Frank Lang. 2§d Ward 1ft Preciuct-Joe Kyi- grass, Kathryn Sprouse, Cramer, Ruth Mooresville Township—Florence Mosher, Helen Walker, Eilene Walz. Rich Hill—Ted Aronson, Doris Courtright, Lyda Stewart. Sampsel—Fred Gaston, Amanda Gaston, Rosetta Zullig. Wheeling — Delbert Stevenson, Mrs. Marvin Albertson, Stelia Narr. FUNERAL RITES ARE HELD FOR CAROLYN LEE KEITH Funeral services for Carolyn Lee Keith, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keith, were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the chapel of the Gordon Home For Funerals. The service was conducted by Rev. Earl Griffith and Rev. Medford Speaker. For the music, organ selections were played by Miss Martha Ryan. Burial was in Edgewood cemetery. FATHER OF JACK SHOUSH DIED SUNDAY AT MACON Robert R. Shoush, father of S. J. (Jack) Shoush, 1518 Locust street, died at 6 o'clock Sunday evening et the Grim-Smith hospital at Macon, where he had been a patient 11 days. Memorial services for Mr. Shoush will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church at Macon. The body of Mr. Shoush will lie in state »t the Bram Mortuary until the hour of the serv. ice, Mr, Shoush was born ind reared at Macon, He owned and operited the Shoush Floral Co, at Macon for more than 45 years. Mr, Shoush wag « member of the Presbyteriin Church, He and Mrs, Shoush observed their golden wedding anniversary in the late spring, Survivors are his widow of the home; si* sons, Robert L. Sbousb, Circuit Court COMI Fil«d Oct. 2&—Ann Constance Swiastyn, Habeas Corpus, Oct. 20—John Eddie Pewey vs Jay Wilson Scott, damages, Oct. 29—Una Mahar vs. Johnny C, Biliingsiey et al, partition. TO COURT Charley Golden was released on recognizance bond during the weekend, He was found back of Clark's Drug store at 10 p. m, Saturday. Police said he was intoxicated. He it to be m court October 30. By MRS. BILL SMITH Mrs. Charles Benskin has returned from a weeks vacation spent with her' daughters, Mrs. Floyd Boyd and family, Olathe, Kansas and Mrs. R. W. Bradford and family in Kansas City. Mrs. Benskin accompanied the Boyds to the Ozarks and other points of interest in the south. They visited the Buffalo Ranch in Oklahoma, Table Rock Dam and Big Springs. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Pendergast, Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Logan, Leopolis; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pendergast and daughter, Kathy, Chillicothe. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cooper of Trenton were Tuesday evening dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Niram Williams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Lamp and children of Albert Lea, Minn., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitt and family. Mrs. Floyd Meeker and her father-in-law, Fred J. Meeker left during the weekend for Green Valley, 111., where Mr. Meeker resides. He has been here visitnig with his son and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Richard McVaughn of Des Moines, Iowa spent Friday evening with Mrs. Pete Troeger. Mrs. Carrie Seward and her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Biswell of Kan- sag City visited their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Troeger during the weekend also. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Spray and daughter, Melanie of Bashor, Kansas were here for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Niram Williams and family and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Don Raney have sold their residence to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bo we. The Raney s and their family will move to.their farm home southeast of Chula in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cogdell, St. Joseph spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Jessup. Nancy Cooper and Linda Bowe spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dryer of Trenton. Mrs. Rohald McMahan and sons and Mrs. Helen Reid and daughter, Brenda were shopping in Trenton, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Prewitt and three daughters, Carol, Judy and Joy of Chillicothe spent Thursday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Samms. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, who has been ill for the past several weeks, has entered the Smithville hospital for medical treatment. Her daughter, the former Helen Johnson, is employed in the hospital at Smithville. Mrs. Gertie Ireland and daughter, Mrs. Donna Hatfield and her daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hines and granddaughter, Julia Hines of Chillicothe spent Sunday evening witl. Mrs. Pete Troeger, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Thomas, Mission, Kansas; Mr, and Mrs. Harry Benson, Springfield and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Catron of Chillicothe spent Saturday night with their niece and family, Mr*. Bill Smith. They also visited another niece, Mrs. Don Raney and family. Mrs. Mattie Ighmael spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Virgil Whitt. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0, Wilson had as their guests their nephew, Harold Snook and son George Snook of Iowa City, Iowa, for several days. Saturday night with Mrs. Helen Reid and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson of Meadvule spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kilburn. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wilson spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McMahan and sons spent Sunday afternoon with his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Schnoover in Chillicothe. Mrs. Fern Kilburn and Mrs. Edythe Boom were shopping and visiting in Chillicolhe, Monday. ftEPUBltCArfS f 6 MEW WEDNESDAY NIGHT Oscar Case, chairman of the Livingston County central committee, has called a meetiflg for tomorrow night at 7:30 at Republican headquarters of all committeemen, comfnitteewomen and GOP Cafidi- dates for the November 3 general election. TRAFFIC LOG JEFFERSON CITY, Oct. 29. (h- The Missouri traffic death log: For 24 hours ended at midnight— So far this year—1,050 Same time last year—032 (£)—A death resulting from *n earlier accident. NOTICES Required by law to inform citizens of matters effecting them or their property- Chillicofhe, Mo. THURSDAY, OCTOB6R 29, CON-TRIB UTIONS From Our Readers (Public Opinion) Names will be withheld from print on specific request, but we mutt know the Identity of the writer. Letters must be signed. Hit Comment in Print Louis R. Williams, 1552 Exposition, Aurora, 11)., has sent his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Williams, 439 Jackson street, clippings of a let- tor to the editor that he sent to the Aurora Beacon-News and the Chicago- Sun-Times. It appeared in both newspapers and reads as follows: Editor: Some people say about Goldwater, "in your heart you know, he's right" but with Johnson I say, "in your head you know he's right." The Intelligent man thinks with his head not his heart. Louis R. Williams 1552 Exposition Debate Over Sfeel Prices Rekindled Btthlehtm Stoel To Report Results, NEW YORK, Oct. 2fl. (-^-Bethlehem Steel Corp. got ready today to toss Its latest profit figures into the rekindled debate over steel prices. Following custom, the second largest steel producer planned to report third quarter and nine-month results at the close of the New York Stock Exchange. The steel price argument revived on new word that President Johnson would take a skeptical view of any major steel price rise. That word was considered a prime factor in a stock market dip Wednesday. Actually, the President said Aug. 8 when price rise talk was in the air that he would look upon any markup with "very serious concern" and urged steel executives to act responsibly. But the subject is touchy, fraught with memories of the President John F. Kennedy-steel industry controversy of April 1962. At that time industry rescinded a price increase after Kennedy objected strongly. NOTICE OP LETTERS TESTAMENTARY GRANTED (Sec. 473.083, R.S, Mo,, 1959) STATE OP MISSOURI, ) )ss. COUNTY OS 1 LIVINGSTON.) la The Probate Court Of Livingston County, MiMOuri In the estate of ) drover Phillips, )Eslate No. 763 Decedent. t To all persons interested in the estate of Qrover Philips, Decedent: On the 28th day of October, 1964, the last will of Grover Philips was admitted to probate and ffilva Vorbeck and Qcott R. Vorbcok were ftp. pointed the executors of the estate of Drover Philips, decedent, by the probate court court of Livingston County, Missouri, on the 2bth day of October, 1064. The business address of the executors Is Route 1, .Chillicothe, Missouri, whose telephone number is M16-3Q63, and their attorney is J. B. Taylor of Chilli- cothc, Missouri, whose business address is 713'A Webster Street and whose telephone number is M16- 1938. All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court within nine months from the date of this notice or be forever barred. Date of first publication is October 29, 1964. (SEAL) Geraldine Roark, Cleric Probate Court of Livingston County, Missouri, Oct. 29 - Nov. 5-12-19 of said note and the deed of trust securing the same, has declared the entire debt thereby secured Mf be due and payable; and, WHEfcEAS, the legal ownir And holder of said debt has requested me to execute the powers in me vetted by said deed of trust, aftd proceed to sell said premises, and out of the proceeds of said sale pay the indebtedness secured thereby. NOW, THERE POftl, 1, Bon OhapV man, Trustee, at the request Of the legal holder of said note, and by virtue of the authority in me vested by said deed of trust will att Sfctur. day, the 14th day of November, 19S4, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and 8:00 o'clock P.M. of that day, at the south front door of the County Courthouse in the City of ohiilicothe, Livingston County, Missouri, sell the above described property at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash for the put- pose of paying said debt and in- ceres t and the expense of executing: this trust. Don Chapman (Trustee) Oct. 22 . 38 - Nov. 5 - 13 NOTICE OF FILING Of FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Bco. 473,587, R.S. Mo., Itfftfl) STATE OF MISSOURI, ) )tt. COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON.) Id The Probate Court Of LIvinfitOB County, MlsMurt in the estate of Anna L. Martin. Deceased Estate No. 682 TO. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OP Anna L. Martin, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned Administratrix of said estate will file final settlement and petition for distribution on the 23rd day of November, 1964, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objection* or exceptions to such settlement or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days from the date said final settlement ia filed. Clarlbel Furgeson, Administratrix, Ohiilicothe, Missouri. Joseph D. Stewart, Attorney, ChlU licothe, Missouri. Oct. 22 .29 —Nov. 5-12 Homecoming Change Protest Sir: Should we allow homecoming to be run by the student body? The change in plans for the 1964 Homecoming has upset the Chillicothe student body. Many students have voiced protests about the way homecoming is being done. Unfortunately, these protests have been made in vain. The wishes and desires of the student council and C club have been disregarded. Our student council or student government is a farce. ' If we are not allowed to make a few of our decisions then we have no reason for having a student council at all. To make this Homecoming worth while we need the support of everyone interested in it, Don't let this homecoming be remembered as a failure. A student ("representing a lot of students and members of the student council.") Ed Note: The change in plans referred to calls for announcing the identity of the queen at the football game instead of at the homecoming coronation and dance. Indonesian Cutrrillai Land In Malflyi i«; Some Coptwnd open up § second front in indo- ne«i*'s undeclared jungle war igiinjt Malaysia. OR Tuesday, the government an. Bounced it had broken the back of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Chapins and children and Mr- and Mrs. Walter Saroros spent Sunday with Mrs. Kay Summers near Chillicothe, Mrs, Harry Long, Mrs. Evelyn Long and family spent Sunday afternoon in the. home of Mrs, Helen Reid and family. Mrs, Laura McCoy celebrated, her 90th birthday anniversary, Wednesday and received a number of cards and gifts. Numerous relatives and friends palled on Mrs, McCoy during the day to wish ner well. NORTH CARROLL Three Receive Nobel Prize for Physics All Male* Contributions To Lcutr Light Beam. STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 20. (&)— Dr. Charles H. Townes of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and two Kussian scientists who have been his house guests were jointly awarded the 1964 Nobel prize for physics today for their contributions to the Laser light beam. At the same time the 1964 prize for chemistry was awarded Dorothy Crowfoot-Hodgkin, 54, a biochemist of Oxford University, England, for her "determination by Xray techniques of the structures of important biochemical compounds, The Laser beam, which greatly amplifies radio signals, has become commonly known as both a possible "death ray" and a potential means of aiding men in medicine. It has led to a revolution in radio and physics. Laser concentrates light energy similar to the way that a magnifying glass can concentrate the sun's rays. Half the physics monetary award will go to Dr. Townes and half to the Russians, Prof. Nilolay Basov and Aleksander Prochorov of Moscow. NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 473,687 R.S. Mo., 1958) STATE OF MISSOURI, ) )ss. COUNTY OF LIVINOSTONJ In The Prob»U> Court Of Livingston County, Missouri In the estate of Jesse L. Brightwell. Estate No. 683 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Jesse L. Brightwell, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned Executrix' of Mid estate will file final settlement and petition for distribution on the 1th day of December, 1864, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days from the date said final set- tiement. is filed. Hazel Mae Brlffhtwell, Executrix, Ohiilicothe, Missouri. Don Chapman, Br., Attorney, Chll- JJcothe, Missouri. Oct. 29 - Nov. 5 - 12 -19 NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 207, Code of 1055, 473.587, R.S. Mo,) STATE OF MISSOURI, ) )SS. COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON.) In The Probate Court Of Livingston County, Missouri In the estate of Elsie Brenneman. Deceased Estate No. 688 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Elsie Brenneman, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned Executor of said estata will flic final settlement and petition for distribution on the 16th day of November, 1964, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must; be in writing and filed within tea days from the date said final settlement is filed. H. C. Brenneman, Jr., Executor. Route l, Wheeling, Mo. Lloyd A. Oleaveland, Attorney, Suite 365, Citizens National Bank Bldg., Chillicothe, Mo. Oct. 18 - 22 - 29 - Nov. ft NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 473,587, R.S. Mo., 1939) STATE OF MSSOURI, ) )ss. COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON,) In The .Probate Court Of Livingston County, Miaeouri In the estate of Patrick J. Mallen, Deceased Estate No, 681 the Pontan and Labis guerrilla I Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Stith am} campaigns. 1 family aad Stanley Trumbo spent By MRS. ALVIS SP6RRY Mrs. Velma Colliver of Ohio came last week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Speed Stagner, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown and other relatives. Mr. and Mrg. FerrilJ Whitney of Kansas City announce the birth of an 8-pound son last week. The Whitneys have three other children. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maberry and Doris of Kansas City spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maberry and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mantzey and family. Mr, and Mrs. Elwood Brown and family of Independence spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Whitton, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Colliver and family spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Durnil and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maberry spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoyt and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hutchinson PATROL LOOKS FOR MAN FORGING CLAIM CHECKS JEFFERSON CITY, Oct. 29 (AP) —The Missouri Highway Patrol is looking for a man who has been forging claim checks on the defunct Allied Western Mutual Insurance Co, of Kansas City. Ralph Duggins, superintendent of the State Division of Insurance, said today records so far show the man, who signs his name as John Ekstrom, has cashed checks in Owensville, Valley Park, Higginsville, Carrollton and Jefferson City All have been drawn on the Baltimore Bank of Kansas City and have been cashed for $130 each. They carry a stamped signature of Joseph A. Powlow, who was an insurance examiner for the state before the Allied Western Company was declared insolvent last June. The division of insurance is in the process of dissolving the company, NEW PRESIDENT FOR SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Oct. 29 OH -~Dr, Arthur L. Mallory, 31, dean of the evening division of the University of Missouri at St, Louis, was announced today as the new president of Southwest Missouri State College. His appointment to the post was announced by Kenneth Postle> thwaite, Nevada, president of the board of regents, He will step into the post vacated last June when Or. Leland Tray wick was asked to resign by the board of regents. Dr, Mallory grew up in Buffalo, Mo., where his father is superintendent of schools. He was graduated from Southwest Missouri State in 1955 and received his master's and doctor'! degrees from the University of Missouri. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Patrick J. Mallen, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned John Ford of said estate will file final settlement and petition for distribution on the 23rd day of November, 1964, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objections or exceptions to .such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days from the date said final settlement is filed. John Ford, Executor, Chillicothe, Missouri. Joseph D. Stewart, Attorney, Chillicothe, Missouri. Oct. 22 - 29 - Nov. 6-12 NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 473.587, R.S. Mo., 1959) STATE OF'MISSOURI, ) )a». COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON. ) In The Probate Court Of Livingston County, Mlttouri In the estate of Gertie Marlow, Deceased Estate No. 691 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Gertie Marlow, Deceased, You are hereby notified that thl undersigned administrator of said estate will file final settlement and petitlqn for distribution on the 16th day of November, 1964, or as con* tlnued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed, within ten days from the date said final settlement is filed. Claude Marlow, Admr., Ohiilicothe, Mo. Don Chapman, Sr,, Attorney, Chillicothe, Mo, Oct. 15 -22 - 29 and Nov. 6 TRUSTEE'S SALE WHEREAS, Claude L. Rinehart and Rita Rinehart, husband and wife, by their deed of trust dated March 9, 1962, and recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds for Livingston County, Missouri, in Book 324 at Page 238, conveyed to the undersigned, as Trustee, all their right, title and interest in and to the following described lands and real estate, lying and being in Livingston County, Missouri, to-wit: Lot One (1) of Block Three (3) of Highview Addition to the City of Chillicothe, Missouri, which conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of one promissory note and interest thereon, described in and scoured by said deed of trust; and, WHEREAS, the installments of the principal debt and Interest due July 1, 1964, August 1, 1984, September 1, 1964 and October I, 1964, are past due; and WHEREAS, the legal owner and holder of said note under,and by virtue of the terms and provisions NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec, 473.587, R.S. Mo., 1959) STATE OF MISSOURI, > )ss. COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON,In The Probate Court Of Livingston County, Missouri In the estate of Bessie Ann D»w» kins, 670 Estate No. Deceased TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Bessie Ann Dawklns, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned Ralph R, Dawklns, administrator of said estate will file final settlement and petition for distribution on the 18th day of November, 1964, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objections or exceptions to auch settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing'and filed within ten days from the date. 81,14 final settlement is filed. : ' ,•' Ralph R. Dawkins, Administrator, 101 East 64th Terrace North, Kangas City 18, Mo, Oct. 16 - 32 . 29 . NQV, 6 First American mother to vot» for her son for the U. S. presidency was Sara Delano Roosevelt in 1832, The Chillicoth© Constitution-Tribune F^ R BOHN E< WATKIN8 - PHbJ WM.' 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