The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 13, 1982 · Page 4
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PAGE 4-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-MM1 people CHILUCOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, THURSDAY. MAY 13,1H2 More people news on page 6 EDITOR'S NOTE: Printed forms, to announce engagements ah well as for wedding reports to appear in The Constitution-Tribune are available b contacing the business office of the newspaper at 818 Washington Street, or b calling the newspaper at 646-2411, between the hours of K-.3I) a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Frida. 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 engagement or uedriing announcements. Post 858 elects officers, celebrates 50th year Paul Spears was elected post commander of Roy L Burkett Post No 858 of the Veteraa-j of Foreign Wars, Ahieh held an election of officers at a recent meeting. Besides Spears, Ralph l.ucjs was elected senior vice- ct.mmander, Vernon Baker, Jr \ice commander, Ed- A ird L Cassity, quarter- i n c i a t t r E B S a v a g e , chaplain Ur William L Fair, surgeon, Nolan Chapman, post advocate, and John Tolle, Hiird '.ear trustee Spc-urs appointed Cassity as post adjutant and Eldon Faubion a 1 - post service officer Other chairman appointments are Lucas, membership Baker, community ser- uce Tolle, Americanism, Harold Ashbrook, safety, Chester Shipp, loyalty day, Charles Beier, youth activity; R i c h a r d Knouse, c i v i l defense, Cassity, national home, Faubion, employment; Allen Petene, Buddy Poppy; Bill Murry, environmental, and Savage, Voice of Democracy Installation will be May 25 at 8-30 p m at the post home Officers will assume their duties after the department convention in Jefferson City on June 18-20 The post is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week, being chartered on May 13, 1932 William C BushofTulsa, Okla., is the only living charter member though E.B. Savage of RFD 1 jointed the post on Dec. 12 1932. Peniston School has spring prom Retiring teachers Four elementary school teachers who ore retiring from the Chillicothe R-2 School system at the close of this school year are pictured at a Retirement Tea at which they N were honored Tuesday night at Field school. Each was commended for her years of service and presented with a teacher's desk school bell. From left are Lois McCain, fourth grade; Irene Cooper, third grade; Rosalie Askins, second grade; Leola Roger, remedial math. --Constitution-Tribune Photo by Ed Crawford Chula seniors urge others to join them The Young at Heart Club mc-t \Ia 10 at the Chula Comm u n i t y Center Elizabeth Moss of the Livingston County Health Center took blood pressure readings before noon Cieo Johnson asked the blessing preceding the noon meal Those present were Bessie Flemings, Shirley Transue, Edith Ward, Mary Jensen, Mildred Haas, Okie Phillips, Marriott promoted Marine Wayne A Marriott was promoted recently to Ijnce corporal while serving with Marine Aviation Training .Support Squadron 902 at Naval Air Station Memphis in Millington, Tenn M a r r i o t t , a 1980 CHS graduate, is the son of Mr and Mrs Charles Marriott of RFD liu and sell thru Constitution- I ' ibune V\;mt Ads' Osa Drake, Cleo Johnson, Er vm Eccles, Claude Jacobs, Otis Hurst, Kathryn Swan, Mr and Mrs. Dick Martin, Helen Reid and Ruby Thomas Mr and Mrs. Martin gave the afternoon program, showing slides and telling of their experiences while working withe the U.S Peace Corps in Liberia. She served as a teacher and counselor and he as an auto mechanic They said there are only two seasons there, a wet season and a dry one, each six months long. They showed articles of clothing and other articles^ brought back with them. A short business meeting was held afterwards Minutes of the last meeting, the treasurer's report'was given and bills were read and approved A card was signed to be sent to Evelyn Jacobs, who is in a hospital. Senior citizens are urged to join in and meet with the Young at Heart group The next meeting is on Monday, June 14. The program will be a travelog Dean Brookshier of Hale on Pilgrimage EVANGELISTS TIM AND CRYSTAL Coats will be guests for weekend meetings hosted by the First "Assembly of God, 815 Elm Street. They will be at both the 9-45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday services. May 16. Litton showcases are gift to museum WHY CONSIDER A CAREER IN COSMETOLOGY? * Our school has 20 years of service to this community * Enrollment starting now * Federal grants loans available * Member National Accrediting Commission CHILLICOTHE BEAUTY ACADEMY 610 Webster 446-4191 Directors of the Grand River Historical Society and Museum have selected Tuesday, July 13, as the date for the next quarterly dinner meeting of the society. It will be held at the Chillicothe Community Room Bellrtnger volunteers named for area Peggy Boon of Chula, Mary Frizzell of Meadville, Shirley Hussey of Avalon and Mrs Russell Lamb of Ludlow have been appointed chairpersons of their areas for this year's Bellringer campaign. The Bellringer campaign is a major contributor to the work of the Mental Health Association The Mental Health Association, a non-profit organization, is an organization consisting of volunteers "and receives no government contributions Mrs. Hussey has announced three volunteers to assist her in the Avalon area. They are Willie Jo Hussey, Rebecca Hussey and Brenda Stumph Mrs. Lamb also has three volunteers to aid her in the Ludlow area. They are Nadine Patterson, Rhonda Bondurant and Janet Thompson Convert unwanted articles into cash by selling them thru the Want Ads! on Locust Street. The program will be presented by Dr. James Paulding of Northeast Missouri State University, whose topic is "Phase II of the Migration To Missouri." Dr. Paulding has addressed the local historical society previously. Dr. John R Neal, acting curator of the museum, reported to the board at Tuesday night's meeting on progress at the museum. He said four "beautiful" wall display cabinets that formerly were in the Litton Ranch home, have been given to the Chillicothe museum by Mrs. Mildred Litton. He said each is six by seven feet in size and has 18-inch shelves. All cabinets are lighted and have glass fronts. Glass has been replaced in three display cases purchased by the society and they "look pretty good," Neal said, A typing work night for women was set for Tuesday, May 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the museum. Dr. Neal, reporting some heavy items will need to be moved, will call a work night for men. Leo Hopper, treasurer of the society, purchased a second file cabinet and donated it to the museum office, it was reported. Dr. Neal said a number of items are available for purchase at the museum. These include sets of historical cards and Bicentennial plates. LOSE WEIGHT STOP SMOKING With the TFL Clinical Hypnosis Program you will lose weight or stop smoking quickly, easily and permanently. And best of all, you will succeed without fad diets, pills, or .endless weekly meetings, just like the 100,000 people who've already attended our program. The TFL Seminar will be in Trenton.again on Wednesday, May 19. Call now for free information about how you will become that thin, trim non-smoker you DESERVE to be. (And ask about our monty-back gMrantttl) CALL NOW FOR FREE INFORMATION 1-100-645-5454 (ToMfrM) Kemember, you're just one phone call away from being the person you want to be. ft_. SPECIAL! $5.00 Off NrdMf (IMl Out CUM* Ur CwfM) CUTMtMfl Dean Brookshier of Hale, one of two Carroll countians sponsored by The Forum, a women's federated club at Carrollton, to attend this year's Sophomore Pilgrimage in Jefferson City, and his mother, Jean, were guests May 11 of The Forum. Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brookshier, and Barbara Weedin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weedin of Carrollton, were selected by their respective schools to represent · their respective sophomore classes in this year's pilgrimage. Each year, the Sophomore Pilgrimage is conducted by the Missouri Federation of Women's Clubs. Purpose of fhe tour Is to promote better citizenship and provide a view of state government in action. This year's pilgrimage was held April 13. The students had lunch with state officials, who explained the duties of their offices. Gov. Christopher Bond attended the luncheon and was among the speakers. More than 400 students from every part of the state attended the pilgrimage. The Parent-Teacher organization of Verelle Peniston State School, 1530 Clay, has expressed its appreciation to all those who assisted with the first all- school Spring Fling prom held April 30 at the school. Mrs. Sally Ramsbottom, teacher-in-charge of the school, said some 200 persons, including students, parents and friends attended the dance and party. Music was furnished by disco records supplied by Steve and Melinda Prewitt and live music was by Nelson and Don Prewitt, Mrs. Connie Spear, and Rolla Bloss. The activity raised $941 for the parent organization which provides funds for extra- school activities. Mrs. Ramsbottom announced the following names were selected for awards donated by the parents and other individuals: Quilt, Olive MeWilliams, Marceline; doll plaque, Nancy Roe, Laclede; hanger planter, Bernard Robinson, Jamesport; pillow, Debbie Henkle, 445 Webster. Jam and potholder, Pat Anderson, Chillicothe; macrame hanger, Debbie Dye, Trenton; crocheted pillow, Gerald Stottlemyre, Spickard; jam and pot holders, Lucille Buck, 1908 Westport. Doilies, Carolyn Duvall, Brookfield; hangers, Candy Malloy, Braymer; rag doll, Donna Keith, Trenton; groceries, Teresa Riddle, Ludlow; Carol Duncan, 821 Vine; Bonny Shatto, Marceline; and Pam Dedrick, RFD1. Pillow, Martha Lauhoff, 504% Locust; warming tray, Evelyn Knouse, 225 Turner; shawl, Peggy Mayron, Brookfield; pillow, Minnie Clarke, Marceline; potholders, Diane Gramens, 624 Commercial. Scented hanger, Eilene Ishmael, Wheeling; mint jar, Verdie Head, 407 E. Third; teddy bear, Ed Couch, 1 East Jackson; crochet pillow, George Haul, Marceline; and wall hanging, Gertrude Hallenberg, 205 Bridge. Major Molar toothbrush holder, Bonalee Street, Princeton; hot plate, Kathy Pilcher, Brookfield; swan, Delores Summer, 1729 Boyd; lotion, Robert Morris, Trenton; basket of flowers, Jim Pfaff, 1424 Dowell Dr.; jam and pot holder, Rosemary Gladbach, Mendon; doll) Danny Williams, Chillicothe; tissue holders, Judy Kieffer, RFD 5; Blanche Lineberry, Brookfield; and Glenda Sot- tlemyre, Trenton. Tea towels, Kathleen Milford, Gladstone; planter, Brenda Cook, Tina; doll, Maxine Haynes, Marceline; and toy car, Judy Hurst, 438 Vine. "Our first prom was quite a success and we really ap- p/eciate eveyone helping us with it," Mrs. v Ramsbottom said. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED May 7---Darryl Duane Buck, 18, Chillicothe, and Brenda Kay Flemming, 18, Chillicothe. May 10--Charles Junior Williams, 59, Trenton, and Patricia Lynne Baldwin, 26, Trenton. May 20--Robert Junior Cashatt, 17, Chillicothe, and Connie Mae Tullos, 34, Chillicothe. May 10--Freddie Scott Layman, 23, Hardin, and Cathy Anne Epperson, 20, Chillicothe. DEAN BROOKSHIER Kiwanis learns if research resources Bill Elder, ."a professor of Jim Wagy. sociology at the University of Missouri, Columbia presented the program for Kiwanis Monday evening. Mr. Elder is with the Research Association office of Social and Economic Data Analysis and coordinator of the UMC Extension Management and Information System. He discussed the use of research data to learn what is happening and what may happen in the various areas studied regarding social and economic relationships. He gave an example in the population of Livingston County, which he said has increased in the last 10 years. Change has been due, he said, to the ratio of births to deaths, migration to and from the area, the trade of the area, production of manufactured materials and agricultural products. Mr. Elder was introduced by Ron Stoller, program chairman for this month. Anyone who would like more detailed information on the social and economic areas studied may contact him at the University Extension Center in Chillicothe. Kiwanis officers and board members for the new year were elected as follows: Joe Gibson, president; Lee Roy Keith, president-elect; Dr. Frank Stark, vice-president; board members, Dr. David Neal, John Fox, Jr., Jim Fish and Marshall Smith. Bob Goss will serve as treasurer and George Roth as secretary. Randy Singer was a guest of Show-Me 4-H dub meets The Show-Me 4-H Club met May 3 at 7 p.m. The pledges to the flags were led by Kristi AIT and Beth Ann Benskin. Jeri Lewis gave a demonstration on cooking and Doug Arr gave a demonstration about swine. The meeting was adjourned with refreshments served by Jeffery Simpson and Jeri and Jon Lewis. The next meeting will be June 7 at 7:30 p.m. Get results with a Want Ad! ~ Operations and hospital rooms cost more than you think... Check with State Farm for hospital-surgical insurance. call:' Phil Stilwell 430 Washington 646-0740 Like a good neighbor, State Farm Is there. state F*m Mutual MJCC uai'c rnurance company Home Office Btoomlngton wnotj MAYOR McCHEESE BIG MAC Will Be Port of the Armed Forces Day Parade On Saturday, May 15th And After the Parade Will Be In \ McDonald's On Saturday and Sunday afternoon So bring your kids and cameras to McDonald's on Saturday, May 15 and Sunday, May16 and meet Mayor McCheese Big Mac in person. 102) S.

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