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·adu tad Dmntnt Thursdoy, Aug. 15,1957 Social ana \^luo r / t Observes His 90th Birthday Vickie Searson Shower Honoree Miss Vicki Searson, who will be married Aug. 24 to Kenneth Kellogg, was honorc^ at a prc-nuptial shower held recently in the home o{ Mrs. Eugene Kellogg, 410 Morehead street, with Mrs. Joseph Kellogg, Mrs. O d i s Hendrcn, M r s . Tom Watts and M r s . Jim Dob Stuart as co-hostesses. Games were played with prizes going to M r s. Creta Anderson, Mrs. Ernest Stuart; Miss Searson and Mrs. Other Kellogg. Refreshments were served. The g u e s t list included Mrs. Benny Walters, Mrs. Other Kellogg, M r s. Harold Burrell and daughter, Sandra, Miss A l m a Bun- noll, Mrs. Victor Malm, Miss H u l h Kilburn, Mrs. S a m u e l Embrcc. Miss Shirley Emhrcc, Mrs. Albert Martin, Mrs. Opal Threet, M r s . Ben Owings, Mrs. Donald Winn and Mrs. Kenneth Current of Sturgeon, Mrs. Efliel Nichols, Mrs. Minnie Walls, Mrs. A u b r e y Hummed, Mrs. Minnie Kellogg, Mrs. Don Van Houlcn, Mrs. Ernest Sluarl, Miss Peggy Idella Kellogg, Mrs. Pear) Kellogg, Miss Deanna Hcnd ron, Connie and Peggy Hendren, Mrs. Chester Hendren, Mrs. Mosc Alexander, Mrs, Cleve Alexander, Mrs. Lillie Rawlings, Mrs. Idclln Settle, Twana and Kenny Kellogg, Mrs. W. C. Hendren and daughter, Nickie, Mrs. H o in c r llolloway, Mrs. Roy Hamilton, B e t t y a n d Denny Hamilton, Mrs. Ed Calicolt of Jackson, Mich., Mrs. Horschcl McCaslnnd and daughter, Dctly, and Mrs. Creta Anderson and son, Eugene. SOCIAL CALBNDAR Circles of the WSCS, Trinity Melhodlst Church, will meet tomorrow as follows: Circle 1, 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Frank SwIU- cr, 64814 FJsk avenue; Clrcl* S at 2:15 with Mrs. Glen Purdy, 218 Walnut street; Circle 5 at 2:15 o'clock with Mrs. Minerva Jennings, 615 South Fifth street; and Circle 6 at 2:15 with Mrs, H D. Cuthrlc, 525 South Williams strcel, Jacks and Jills Square nance Club will meet at 7 o'clock tonight at Rolhwoll Park. Firsl Baptist WM6 executive committee will mccl at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the Youlh Center. The general WMS will meet at 2 o'clock In the church parlors with tho Ann Judson circle In charge of tho program, Merry Mixers Club will have a family picnic at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow nitfht in Ilothwell P n r k . The Leathers f a m i l y reunion will he held Sunday at Ttolhwoll Park. Family Reunion Held In A. L. Morgan Home A f a m i l y reunion was held Frl- !ay night al the home of Mr, and M i s . A. L. Morgan, 402 Hnlleck itrcet. 5 Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Morgan of Cairo; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wollen and son, Allen, of Sewcll, N. J.; Mr. ami Mrs. Edward M i l l e r , Murgnrcl Miller, Jerry Ausmus and Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan, all of M n c o n ; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmidt ami children, Gary, Margaret and Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ulrich of Jlobcrly. . The Morgans a l s o cnlerlalned Sunday n i g h t at an outdoor picnic. Attending were Mrs. Laura IHi-lch, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ulrich, and Mrs. Evcrclto Linnciiian Mr. and . sons, Sammy and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M a s s m a n and daughter, Annotta, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmidt and Gary, Mnrgnret and Barbara. Kenneth Borrons Are Family Dinner Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Kcnnclh Borron and family of Hlgbcc entertained at a family reunion and noon dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Van L. Borron and children, Donnie and Beth Ann, of Paul's Valley, Okla., and Mrs. William Robb and children, Gary and Becky, of Wyoming, 111. The blrlhdays of George Jones Kcnnclh Borron and Van Borron. all of which occur in August, were observed. Those attending w e r e Mr. and Mrs. Borron and children of Paul'9s Valley, Okla., Mrs. Robb and children of Wyoming, 111,, Mrs. Ora Borron of Mobcrly, and Mr. and Mrs. Jones and family and Mr. and Mrs. Highee. Central Pre-School To Open Sept. 3 Kindergarten at Central School will open at 8:50 o'clock Tuesday morning, Sept. 3 , Mrs. R a l p h Diinll, teacher, announces. Any child who will be 5 years old by Dec. 3! and lives in Central ilistrict may enroll. P a r e n t s m a y telephone Mrs. Dniitl at The enrollment dale will be announced lalcr. Hospital Notes WIIITAKKK Ira Carson, 501 \Vesl Rollins slrect, admitted yesterday and dismissed loday. Karen Keetie, daughter of Mrs. Clara Uobinson, 1202 Myrn slreel, dismissed lofny. WAI! ASH J nines D. Nenl, engineer, Moberly, admitted yesterday. Edward L. Keating, clerk, Mo- bcrly, dismissed today. WOODLAND All 8 - pound, IVi-ouncc son, born nt 7:20 o'clock Mils morning lo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guinn, Roulo 2, IliShce. A 4 · pound, 3-ounce son, boi-n al I2:2.| o'clock (Ills morning to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dubrce, Jr., 216 Lotlcr slrcct. A 7 · pound, 12 - ounce son, uorn at 4:48 o'clock this morning o Mr. and Mrs, James Dye, Route I, Pnris. Barbara Ann Powers, daughter )f Mr. and Mrs. Russell Powers, Paris, admitted yesterday. Mrs. M a r v i n Llewellyn, Clifton Hill, admitted yesterday. Mrs. J. H, Miller, 417 Woodland ivcuuc, ml milled yesterday. George Claypool, Route 1, Mo- aerly, admitted today. Wilbur Herman Muehe, Route 3, Mobcrly, operated on today. MTS. Winona E. Owen, 615 South Fifth street, operated on today. Mrs. Cyrus Goff, Tulsa, Okla., dismissed yesterday after rcccn 1 operation. Mrs. L l o y d McCollum, 612 . Borron and family of La Baza Club Meets . Mrs. C. K. Swan, Mrs. James Johnson and Mrs. John Cnrmody Vfon high h o n o r s In livcrpool rummy when the La Baza Club met yesterday with Mrs. Dcryl M a y . The club will meet Aug. 28 in the home of Mrs. Howard Kirtlcy. King Frcdcrik of Denmark is 58 years old, Franklin street, dismissed ycstcr d n y n f t e r recent operation. Robert Lee Littleton, son of Mr and Mrs. Delberl Littleton, Keylos villc, dismissed yesterday after recent operation. Kyle Eugene Stone, son of Mr and Mrs. Virgil Stone, 3tr East Carpenter street, dismissed yes lerday after recent operation COMMUNITY Thornns Walker, 1047 Wesl Em place, admitted yesterday. Oliver Chase, Cenlralla, dismissed yesterday. Connie L. Powers, Columbia, ad milted yesterday. Wilbert Meyer, son of Mr. am Mrs. Wilbert Meyer, Glasgow, ad mitted yesterday. Mrs. Betty Miller, 1020 Buchanan street, admitted yesterday. Lawrence Dale Toalson, Halls villc, dismissed loday. Wedding Shower Given For Bonnie Sue Avery HIGBEE -- Mrs. Denver White was hostess recently at a wedding shower for B o n n i e Sue Avery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Avery of Fayettc. Miss Avery will he married soon to Dwanc Selby, son of Mrs, Wayne Selby of Camdenton. G a m e s were played with prizes going to the bride-to-be. Cake and punch were served, Guests were Mr. and Mrs. D, 0. Clecton and daughter Mary Ellen and Bennie Evens; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lawrence and daughter, Ncta Gene; Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Porter and daughter, Judy K. and Mrs. Albert Porter, all of Moberly; Mrs. Ike Sinclair of Harrlsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Avcry of Fayclte, Mrs. Wayne Selby of Camdenton, Mrs. Emmctt Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lee White of Moberly, Mr and Mrs. Austin Sumpter and sons. A r l i s and Dwain, Tcrri Lee Stuart, Mr and Mrs. Clayton Palmatory, Mr. and Mrs. John Avery, Mr. Denver White and son, Denny, Mr. and M r s . Carl Grlggs and daughter, Bettle Lou and D u n n e Carr of Higbcc. Sending gifts were ,Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Burton and daughters, Sonya K and Pamela Sue of Huntsvillc; Mr and Mrs. Calvin Williams and sons of Moberly, Miss E l a i n e Thompson and Ilellen Potter. J. miller RoMi Mr. and Mrs. M a r l l n Ilobb of ligbce entertained at a dinner iumlay evening lo mark Hie 90lh tirlhday of Mr. Ilobb's father, J. pllltcr Roblj. The dinner was scrv- il from a table centered with a lecoratcd birthday cake h e a r i n g 00 andlcs. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gro- ·er Atkins of Mexico mid Mrs. Vllliam Ilobb nml children, Becky ind G a r y , of Wyoming, 111. Mr. Robb received gifls, cnrds, lowers and other remembrances. Mnny neighbors ami close friends t Ihc family culled through (he lay, including the family paslor, 'ie Ilev. Chnrlcs Smoot. Two of the Ilobb children wore malilc lo alk-iul. William Dale Kobb Is attending the Illinois Slate Fair where ho is block man for Lions Club Ready For Its Welcome Travelers Event Plans are completed for tho ixlh a n n u a l Welcome Travelers event of tho Mobcrly Lions Club to ie held tomorrow night. Committee members, dircclcd by lerschcl Tllompson, have obtained i fine a r r a y of gifts from merchants, made a r r a n g e m e n t s for an overnight slay b y Ihc c h o s e n travelers ami for tile dinner a 1 Ihe Merchants H o t e l n l which wives of Lions also will bo guests A Highway Patrolman and the Lions committee will w a y l a y travelers tomorrow afternoon the junction of Highways 24 and G3 until they find one or more In car who would like lo be guests ol tho club. Funeral Services Are Held Today for Mrs. Bartley, 57 CENTRAUA - Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Meador Funeral Chapel In Cen- tralla for Mrs. Bessie Bartley, 57, who died Tuesday afternoon at the Boone County Rest Home. The Rev. Elwood Kclley officiated and burial was hi Locust Grove cemetery near Sturgeon. Mrs. Bartley was born Oct. 27, 1890, near Sturgeon, daughter of William a n d A m a n d a Sublelte Wade. On Jan. 29, 1945, she was married to J. E. Bartley who died two years ago. Surviving are three brothers and four sisters, Jabe Wade of Hallsville, Sam Wade of Columbia, Me- Krnlcy Wade of Fulton, Mrs. Marguerite Brooks and Mrs. N i n a Barnes of Ccntralia, M i s s Xathe- rine Wade of Jefferson CHy and Mrs. Slella Lewis of St. James. Mrs. Clara Lessley Is Teacher in Higbee High Mrs. Clara Lcsslcy will teach mathematics and science in the Iligbcc High School this coming term. Mrs. Lesslcy's name was inad- °"! C . r J, m £' C , m ?. nl . C °:. Mr :. I",' 1 vcrlcnlly omitted from the lisl of H i R b e c teachers in yesterday's i Monitor-Index, Mrs. Lowell Roberts were nimble lo attend as Mrs. Hoherts is awaiting entrance lo a hospital for gery. William DaU; Robb flew to Columbia Monday night where he oinecl his f a m i l y who had been isHing in HiKbei! .-mil Mobcrly. Ic visited w i t h his parents, Mr. ml Sirs. Jtiirtin- Jjobh, and his g r a n d f a t h e r , J. M. Robb, before ro- Mrs. B. E. Martin Is Hostess to GM Club Seven m e m b e r s attended a meet ing of the G M Sewing Club lieU yesterday afternoon at (ho home o; Mrs. B. E. Martin, 618 Taylor street. Scripture from Luke 10:25-38. wa: rend by Mrs. Marlin and praye offered by Mrs. F. L. Hulscl. A' short business meeting wa conducted, Two members, Mrs. W J. Kirkland and Mrs. Anna Wilson who have been ill, were reportct improved. The a l t e u d n n c c prize went to Mrs. W. C. Moore. The next meeting will he Sept 11 with Mrs. M. W. Moore, 91 Wesl Reed street. Refreshments w e r e served b y Mrs. Marlln, assisted by Mrs. M W. Moore. AUCTION CONTINUES! Friday, August 16th 2 to 5 p.m. and Again Starting 7 p.m. LOTS OF VALUES! Buy Now and Save! Glenwood Robb, Auctioneer HEDDINGHAUS Haw, W» W. REED MOBERLY, MO. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Knlhy Jo Dowdy, 5, las Itlitliday Parly MADISON -- K a l h y Jo Dowdy, l a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Delberl )owdy, celebrated her f i f t h birthday Friday nl (he h o m e of Miss "leorgla R u t h Mnllory. K a l h y Jo's guesls were Judy U a l l o r y , Tommy A l n l l u r y , Boliby M a l l o r y , Deborah Dickcrson. Sum!- ra Dickcrson and Parker Dickerson, all of n c n r Madison. Icc-crcnin, c a k e , sofl drinks, candy and chewing gum were scrv cd. K a l h y received several gills, Second Child, Son, Born to The Russell Dubrccs, Jr. Their second child, a 4-pound, flounce son, was born al 12:24 o'clock Ihis morning in Woodland Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dubrce, Jr., 216 Loiter street. He has been named Russell Paul. The other child, a daughter, is Carole, 3. Mrs, Dubrce is the former Miss Jcrric Watcrficld of Mobcrly. Paris Couple Parents of Second Child Born Here A 7-p o u n d, 12-oucc son was born at 4:48 o'clock this morning in Woodland Hospital to Mr. nnc Airs. James Dye, Houlc 3, Paris lie lins been named Kent Erwin. The oilier child, n daughter, is Cheryl, 2W. Mrs. D y e i s t h e f o r m e r Miss JliJIa May Smith of Vandalia. Mrs. Robert Burton Dies; Funeral to Be Held in Madison Mrs. Mary Nina Burton, 75, of M a d i s o n died at 4:30 o'clock Ihis morning at the home of a niece, Mrs. James II. Brown, 534 East Holiins street. Mrs. Burton, widow of 'Robert Burton, who died in 1938, had lived In Madison 50 years and was a member of the Madison Baptist Church. Sho is survived by a sister and brother, Mrs. Delia Diamond, Joplin, and John McGinnis, Orange, -Tex.; and by nephews and ieccs. The body will be in the Alahan Piiner.il Home until 11.'30 o'clock, Saturday m o r n i n g , when it will be taken t o the M a d i s o n Baptist hurch. Services there at 2 o'clock will be held that afternoon by the pastor, the Rev. John Mihl- feld. Burin] will day cemetery. be in the Holli- Monroe Coroner's Jury Acts on Death PARIS -- A Monroe County coroner's jury has reached a verdict lhat Donald Ray Winlerbowcr, who was fatally injured on Highway 15 recently, met his death by being run over accidentally by o car driven by Robert Magruder. The jury recommended no prosecution. The jury was composed of Ladell Gwynn, B o b W a l k e r , Walter Flculscli, G a r l a n d Forrest, Cleve Shrarcr and Bob Swartz. Storm Cleanup Costs St. Louis $150,000 ST. LOUIS M--The work at re moving fallen -trees and other debris from a tornadic windstorm which struck St. Louis June 12 will be completed this week at a cost of $160,000. More than 1,000 city-owned treei in forest park and along city s t r e e t s - were destroyed la the ttorm, park commissioner Palmer B. Baumes reported. Columbia Men Face Charges in Theft Of Bridge Beams Thomas William Rule, 35, and Willard Clayton Brown, 56, who gave Columbia as their addreii are being held in the county jai today, charged of stealing three bridge "I" beams, eight feet In length, and valued at $100, from the Clark Special Road district, Sheriff Carl Forrest reported. They are to be arraigned tomorrow as Prosecuting Attorney C. M Hulen, Jr., is ill at home today. Joseph Gulnuj Parents of Third Child, James Allen Mr. and Mrs, J o s e p h Guinn, Route 2, Highee, are Ihc parents of their third child, an 8-pound 1%-ouncc son, born at 7:29 o'clock this morning in Woodland Hospi tal, He has been named Allen. The other children Ann, II, and Paul, 7. Mrs. Guinn is the former Betty jManley of Browning. James are Jo Miss Slave Week's Vacation In the Ozark Region MADISON _ A group of Madison people spent from Friday un- il Sunday at Beverly Beach in the Ozark region last week. 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