The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 7, 1982 · Page 5
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 5

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Friday, May 7, 1982
Page 5
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CHILL1COTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1912 people CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-M401-PAOE 5 EDITOR'S NOTE: Printed forms to announce engagements as well as for wedding reports to appear fn The Constitution-Tribune are available by contacing the business office of the newspaper at 818 Washington Street, or by calling the newspaper at 646-2411, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Wedding announcements are to be received by the newspaper within 50 days following the wedding date. Photographs should be black and white glossy prints. There is no charge for publication of either engage- mentjor wedding announcements. Can-oils' observed their 50th anniversary . ALICYN ANN KAYE ROGER EHRICH Mrs. Dorothy Kaye of Sumner announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Alicyn, to Roger Ehrich of Laclede. Roger is the son of Mrs. Imogene Ehrich Brown and the late Ivan Ehrich of Laclede. He is a graduate of Brookfield R-3 High School and of the" University of Missouri at Columbia with a degree in agriculture economics. Alicyn is a graduate of Northwestern High School and of the University of Missouri at Columbia with a degree in music education. Wedding plans are for Saturday, July 24, at the ·Sumner Methodist Church with a reception on the lawn of the bride's home in the country. Francis and Margaret Carroll, RFD 1, Chillicothe, observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 25. An open house was held in their country home, southeast of Chillicothe, from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The event was hosted fay their children and families, Duane Carroll and family, Waco, and Donald Carroll and family of Independence. A family dinner was held prior to the reception. Complimenting the serving table the day of the open house was a three-tired anniversary cake, prepared by their daughter-in-law, Rita Carroll Decorating the cake were white doves, white daisies with yellow centers, and bride and bridegroom on top. Accenting the table was a 5-branched candelabra with yellow tapers, and a bouquet of white daisies. Mints, nuts and green punch were also served. Covering the serving table was a white lace cloth. Rita Carroll also served the cake. Serving at the guest book table was Mrs. Sandy Stark. At the table were mementoes of their married life. Francis Carroll and Margaret Stapleton were married April 20, 1932 at St. Columban's Catholic Church. They were married at 6 o'clock in the morning on a Wednesday. A noon nuptial dinner was held in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stapleton, who resided near Chula. They have resided at their present country home for 35 years. Mr. Carroll is a retired farmer. Mrs. Carroll owned and operated Lady Luck Beauty Salon from 1957 to 1969. Approximately 130 friends and relatives visited the Carrolls throughout the day. Special guests were Livingston County Sheriff Leland O'Dell, Jim and Pat Wagy, Ken Lewis, Mrs. Jack Lindley, Scott and Debra Lindley, Dr. Diane Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoyt; Nina Sturdwant, Eagleville; Mrs. Jim Norwood, Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. George Epperson, Independence; Mr. and Mrs Lyle Wilkins, Bosworth; Dr. and Mrs Daryal Bryan, Wheeling; Helen Dennis, and Fern Evans, Meadville; Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Neeley, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Thomas, Edgerton; Vince Moore, Pat Taylor, Mrs. Carrolls' sisters, Mrs. Edna Raney, Eagleville, and Alta Hall and Alice Lightner, both of Chillicothe, and sister-in-law, Ethel Stapleton, Chillicothe. A conservation piece in the Carroll home, subject to a lot of discussion during the day was a retired parking meter used at one time in the city of Chillicothe. Women's club meets, Joan Collins as speaker OLENHOUSE LANDSCAPE NURSERY Mother's Day Ideas POTTED ROSES $3.00 Up SPECIAl PRICE ON NEWPORT PLUM l*f. $20 N*w Itn HUr Wfc $12.50 , Rt. 3 Chillicothe 646-4249 The Livingston County Republican Women's Club met Monday, May 3, at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Edith Kissick, 439 Elm Street. The meeting was opened with president, Mrs. Edna Wood Miller is now CP A Wood Miller, formerly of Chillicothe, successfully passed ' the exa'miria'iions to" become a certified public accountant and received his CPA certificate April 22 at the Missouri Society of CPAs--Central Chapter annual meeting in Columbia. Miller received a bachelor's degree in accounting in 1980 from the University of Missouri-Columbia and now is employed by the Missouri state auditor's office in Jefferson City. Mother's Day Buffet Brunch Where a delicious variety of entrees will be served. Sure to please anyone. Breakfast Quiche Casserole Pattie Sausage Bacon Scrambled Eggs Carved Roast Baron Beef w/aujus juice Carved Baked Ham Fried Chicken Beef Curry Over Long grain rice Asst. Cheese Relish Trays, Asst. Salads Including Potato, Fruit, Cole Slaw, Fresh Lettuce Spinach, Chilled Juices, Fresh Fruits (Including Fresh Strawberries) Asst. Melons. Dessert Table with 6 Asst. Desserts, Homemade Rolls with Real Butter, Coffee or Tea. AlMts $6.50 CMUrm (Infer 10-$3.50 Tuna Salad Crab Salad Shrimp Salad Served In Asst. Tomato Avocado Cups BBQ Ribs Chilled Turkey Breast Ham Corned Beef Scalloped Potatoes Seasoned Green Beans Corn O'Brien "Where good friendi gM togethc good times" ·Of JACKSON-CHILLICOTHE, MO.-MC-M19 Atkins presiding. Prayer was by Margaret Beardsley and the pledge to the flag was also given. The secretary's report was read by Imo E. Grady and approved. Edna Atkins gave the courtesy report and the treasurer's report was given by Helen Baker. Gladys McCall reported on the library book given in memory of Audrey Moore and i · Florence Cook. . ~ . It, was reported that new m'embefs' must' be"'in' by February 15. District meeting Saturday May 1 at Ernest Shepherd Youth Center, Liberty, was attended by Virginia Boylan, Edna Atkins, Clara Guilford, Ethel Whitney, Ethel Hancock and Carolyn Garr. The theme of the meeting was "Round-Up." The luncheon was a western menu. Joan Collins, committee woman from Kansas City was the afternoon speaker. The benediction was given by Jane Black. Carolyn Garr and Ethel Whitney reported on the event. The state convention will be June 4-6 in Kansas City at Hilton Airport Plaza Inn, 1-29 and 112th Street, Phone 816-891-8900. Last'date for registration is May 21. The meeting was closed with benediction by Ethel Whitney. Hostesses for the June meeting will be Ruth Chapman and Doris Courtright. , Refreshments of cake, nuts, tea, and coffee were served by the hostess and co-hostess LaVee Barnes. Competes 35 years of service Warner H. Bachman of Chillicothe, a senior construction inspector in District II was recently honored by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department for having completed 35 years of employment with the agency. Bachman began his career with the department in 1947 as a rodman in District II. In 1965, he was promoted to a senior construction inspector. He has also served as an engineer inspector and as an engineer inspector, I, II and III during his career. CENTRAL STATBT ORCHARD 7 Mi. W. of Chillicothe on 36 Hwy. * tk.m.-t p.m. 7 Days a Week M$-WM CENTRAL STATES ORCHARD AND PRODUCE MARRiT Apples Strawberries Oranges Potatoes Grapefruit Onions Beans Popcorn Honey Sorghum Apple butter Nov. T*ing Consignments for o Morfctt I Consignment Sole. Sextet winners The Southwest High School Girls Sextet II won a top No. 8 rating in state music contests held on the campus of the University of Missouri at Columbia. From left, Joni Neal, alto, Dana Mosher, alto; Sheri Gilliland, second soprano; Terri Henry,second soprano; Kelly Rounkles, first soprano, and Deanna Talbert, first soprano. --Photo by Jim Jones AT WITS END: Seven reasons why we don't need a $140 video game By Erma Bombeck I call this piece, "A Guide Through Toys Past" or "Seven Reasons Why We Don't Need a $140 Video Game " Indulge me, folks, while I reminisce about the toys of yesteryear that my children not only lusted for, but convinced us they could not possibly live without. Horse. Remember him? He was brown and sucked up 80 ' gallons of water a day through his face. He was a lot of fur\ and Jived with**us -1 'fqr~-three' years. He toed'in and every time the farrier came to shoe him, it cost $45. No one wanted to pick the manure out of his' feet because it was "gross." He attracted flies and did not like the sensation of anything on his back. He was ridden 12 times Ping Pong Table. It was a big table and held books, coats, dirty laundry, lunch sacks, stuff that had to go to the cleaners and stacks of old newspapers You couldn't see the TV over it and it eventually went to the garage where it warped Frankenstein Doll: When you wound it up the pants fell down^and the face turned red. When the batteries wore out, it just stood there Dolly and Bob: Two oversexed gerbils who started their own world. They enjoyed popularity for a full 15 minutes Then their cage began to smell and got crowded. Full Set of Leather-Bound- Gilt-Edged-3,000-Illustration Encyclopedias. They were supposed to bring a new cultural level to the family. Used twice. 1. To point out picture of Eve in Vol. V who was topless. 2. To hold open the door when the new sofa was delivered. Plastic Inflatable Swimming Pool. Officially dedicated on the morning of July 5 Officially closed on the evening of July 5 when it was noted that a small boy in the neighborhood had drunk five glasses of grape drink and had not left the pool in 12 hours. Ice Hockey Sticks. In closet awaiting arrival of Canadian Salvation Army Fell out of favor when it was discovered they did not have training wheels on them and worked only when someone stood upnght on ice skates I try to be a good mother, a loving mother, a considerate mother who wants to see her children happy. However, I do not see little heads eating video wafers surviving a long haul. As for Daddy's $5,000 boat with the cute name that is parked in the side yard and has not seen water since the last 100-year flood...that's different. IS SUN.,MAY 9TH It is our privilege to Salute Mothers on this very special week-end. The love, patience, energy, and time you give to your children gives them great security and readies them for adulthood. All of us at Citizens* Bank and Trust Wish You a Very Happy Mother's Day! Citizens BaikTust of Chillicothe, Mo.-Ph. 646-5500 Member Federal Oeaesif taareiice Corp«rafie«

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