The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 12, 1982 · Page 7
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PAGE I-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-M401 CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,1982 people EDITOR'S NOTE: Printed forms to announce engagements as well as for wedding reports to appear in The Constitution-Tribune are available by conlacing the business office of the newspaper at 818 Washington Street, or by calling the newspaper at 646-2 t i l . between the hours of X: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 fs no charge for publication of either engagement or wedding announcements. Baby shower honors Mrs. Dennis Albertson A baby shower for Mrs. Dennis Albertson was held Sunday afternoon, May 2, in the Comm u n i t y Room of the Chilhcothe State Bank The room was decorated with crepe paper streamers and balloons After playing games, each guest wrote the date and hour they think the baby will arrive as well as suggesting a name and presented these to the guest of honor T i f f a n y a n d A m b e r W i l l i a m s and K i m b e r l y Silkwood helped hand the gifts to Mrs Albertson from the toy box they had been placed in by the guests Mrs Albertson was assisted in opening her gifts by her youngest son, Darren Tracy Bedell recorded the gifts A few surprises were among the gifts Cake and punch were served by the hostesses, Connie Bedell, Kate Donoho and Vicki Silkwood, f r o m a table covered with a cloth decorated by the children at Kids' World Preschool and D a y c a r e Center District Republican women have meeting The Sixth Congressional District Federation of Republican Women met Saturday, May 1, at Shepherd Youth Center in Liberty for its annual meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Evelyn Ezell Prayer was given by Jane Black, chaplain The pledge of allegiance was led by Virginia Boylan, A m e r i c a n i s m c h a i r m a n Rachel Jones, secretary, gave her report. Roll call was answered by 15 clubs from throughout the Sixth District President Ezell introduced officers of the Missouri Federation of Republican W o m e n the president, Charime Shernii, secretary, Maria Hey, treasurer, Ruth Ann Compton, and past presidents Anne McElhiney and Mary Belle W n u k . Dorothy Rittemeyer read a letter of regret from U.S. Representive E Thomas Col- Convert unwanted articles into cash by selling them thru the Want Ads' eman, who wished all present a good day Past presidents of the Sixth District attending were Dottie Snow Leafet and Virginia Boylan M i s s o u r i Federation membership chairman Susie Home showed a film entitled "N F R W Today," by Maureen Reagan After a chuck-wagon buffet, there was music by the Winnetonka High School group singers The speaker for the luncheon was Kansas City Councilwoman Joanne Collins She also serves as the M F R W Black Involvement chairman She gave her recipe for "Improving Your Leaderhsip Potential In Order that You Better Meet the Challenges of Yourself." The president, Mrs Ezell, thanked the Liberty and Excelsior Springs clubs of Clay County for being the hosts. Those attending from Livingston County were President Edna Atkins, Ethel Hancock, Ethel Whitney, Carolyn Garr and Virginia Boylan AT WIT'S END: STANDING NEAR A FEW of his paintings and photographs, Jim Jones of Down, a retired U.S. Navy master chief, is enjoying his retirement and freedom to work with his hobbies of photography and painting. Jones had a display at the recent Grand River Arts Festival at Chillicothe. --Constitution-Tribune Photo by Bill Plummer College degree, hobby time follow man's 'retirement 9 BY BILL PLUMMER C-T Staff Retirin 0 froin the United States Navy was not the end of activity but rather the beginning of a new life for Jim Jones of Dawn. Jones went on to college, earned a degree in art, did post-graduate study in journalism at a university and now he is busy with his favorite hobby of photography and finds time for a newer hobby BRIDAL FAIR 1982* SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1982 2 p.m.-4 p.m. KnigTitt of Columbus Hall 919 Boston Let us help you plan your wedding. The following sponsors of the 1 st annual bridal fair are as follows: Lon-B's Bridal Shop, Trenton Beemer's World Wide Travel Fletchall Office Supply Pot Fletcholl-Catering Nichol's The Gallery Howard's Jr. Lifestyle ^Flowers by Howard Bailey's Studio Informative displays to help you make all the right decisions plus an exquisite style show beginning at 3 p.m. :\vith reception following. Come register for door prizes. Make This Celebration Of Life a Beautiful Beginning Canterbury's Music Lana Fraccascia-Color Analyst ColorMagic of painting. He also lends a hand with school yearbook photography and is a 4-H volunteer photography instructor A bachelor, Jones lives on a farm three miles southwest of Dawn with his father, Morgan Jones. He displays some of his art. work at the arts shows around and has exhibited at the Chillicothe Fine Arts Fair and at this year's Grand River Arts Festival He says he has sold a few photographs but that primarily photography remains a hobby "I do paintings because I like to do them," he added, "not because they are particularly pleasing to somebody else. "Some I just give away." To School in Dawn Jones is a graduate of the former Dawn High School. "I spent 12 years in that red brick schoolhouse," he recalled. The school building was later sold and converted into a residence. It went through a serious fire a year or so ago. He enlisted in the Navy after high school and put in enough years to retire as an electronics maintenance senior chief petty officer. He was a communications technician in the Navy "almost 20 years." Jones left Navy duty behind him in 1969, spent three years in the aerospace industry along the way, and it was at William Jewell College at Liberty that he studied and earned his degree in art in 1975. "They extended the G.I. Bill," he said, "and I went back to school and did postgraduate work in journalism at the University of Iowa." Hobby in Navy " While at William Jewell, he took photographs of campus activities and says he sold many of them to students. However, photography, which had been his hobby all through the Navy years, still remained LOSE WEIGHT! STOP SMOKING EASILY PERMANENTLY I M. GENTHNER, P.A.I.II. Director of Technique! For Living, one of America's foremost authorities on hypnosis for weight loss and stopping smoking. He has appeared on the widely acclaimed CBS-TV program "60 Minutes" and numerous ABC-TV network stations. 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This program works so well, we even give this money back guarantee. If during the first hour of the seminar, you don't feel it's for you, you can leave and receive a complete refund right there and then. Call now for free information on the program that's helped over 30,000 people. The next thin, proud person can be you 2/OtM, Q0UXS4 Getter IN WANT ADS -"PHOHEMI-2411^ Night people have hard time waking up in the morning a hobby. It was at WUliam Jewell that he took up painting "I used to enjoy drawing all my life," he said. "It used to get me in trouble when I was a kid in school." Jones says he has been helping with Southwest R-l school yearbook photography and has been working with the Dawn Sunrise Hustlers 4-H Club members who sign up for photography as a project. On 4-H'ers, he added, "Four-H kids-- they're sharp...They're enthusiastic. You really don't have to teach them....Just give them a chance. Tell them how to avoid mistakes " One of the students he's been teaching, he said, received an honorable mention at a show "and I didn't get a darn thing. I'll never hear the last of this," he chuckled. Right at this time, Jones said, "my darkroom is in an old chicken house. But it's a good one. It's about 8 by 12 and it's rather crowded." He plans to make various improvements to his darkroom facilities as he goes along. But chicken house or not and crowded or not doesn't keep Jim Jones from turning out quality work. Those who have viewed his photo prints agree that this is so. W.O.W. dub in Young home The W.O.W. Club met May 4 in the home of Mrs. Gladys Young. Ten members and a visitor, Miss Rachel Young, answered individual roll call. The hostess, Mrs. Young, opened the meeting by reading an article, "The Lord's Prayer." The president, Mrs. Wilmith Brown, presided over the meeting. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Gertrude Wheeler and approved. The treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Minnie Hoyt and approved. The meeting adjourned with the remainer of the evening spent in visiting. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Young. The June 1 meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Wilmith Brown. By Erma Bombeck You can tell a lot about a person just by how he or she gets up in the morning. You show me a woman who hears the alarm, reaches over, shuts it off and gets out of bed and -I'll show you a wonderful woman with a practical head on her shoulders who is able to face reality. On the other hand, you show me a man who hears the alarm, pounds it senseless with his fist, resets it and shouts, "Ha! Ha! Scum! I lied to you last night. I got another five minutes!" and I'll show you a lunatic. There are some people in this world who refuse to give in to routine. They should never marry and above all should never have children. Have you any idea what it's like to hear an alarm go off four or five times in a single morning? It's like sleeping in a bus station. People who can't get up in the mornings have an entire Head Start is enrolling The Green Hills Area Head Start Program is now taking applications for the 1982-83 school year. Head Start is a comprehensive child and family development program which provides parents and children with the opportunities to participate in an educational program that also provides medical, dental, nutritional and social services to the family. Center-based and home- based programs are offered to families with children between the ages of 3 and 6 Children with special needs or handicaps are also eligible to participate. For more information persons may contact Annette Snyder, teacher, 646-0044, Shirley Tye, teacher, 646-4806; Anna Brown, family service aids, 646-1795, or Shirley Martin, home visitors, 684-6358. I. j ^ Hannah Circle dub meets Hannah Circle of the United Methodist Women met Monday evening, May 5, in the church chapel with Audrey Linton presiding. The meeting was opened with prayer and a poem, "What Is a Mother?" was read by the president. Devotionals were given by Fern Clodfelter and the program, given b Eunice White, was "Strangers and Sojourners With Me." The hostesses were the council, Elsie King, and Mae Cooper. They served refreshments to 19 members and a guest, Rachel Smith. metabolism that is out of sync. The only time my husband ever felt at home was at the Cincinnati zoo when we walked into a house for nocturnal animals. His eyes adjusted to the pitch dark within seconds and as he looked at the hamsters, bats and owls, he said sadly, "Why can't it be this way forme?" Night people go through their lives bumping into the shower, grappling for the soap, shaving with the wrong aerosol can, stabbing at their eggs and kissing anything that stands still goodbye. When the sun goes down they come to life. They're animated, bright-eyed, make phone calls, cook, play games, play with the dog and consider Carson "prime time." Their lives would be a visit to Shangri-la were it not for that small clock by the bedside with an alarm that shatters their sleep like a knife twisting in their eyeballs. It is their only natural enemy and stands between them and five more minutes of morning slumber. The other night as I slept, I opened one eye to the room flooded with light. My husband sat playing with the alarm clock. Finally, he laughed and turned off the light. "What's so funny?" I asked, "I've really put one over on it this time," he said. "I set the alarm for 3:30 And here's the kicker! I didn't turn the alarm on!" The man is certifiable. 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