The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 18, 1982 · Page 4
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PACE 4-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-6440J people EDITOR'S NOTE: Printed forms to announce pngagements as well as for wedding reports to appear in The Constitution-Tribune are available by contafiiiK 'he business office of the newspaper at KIM Washington Street, or by calling the newspaper at (4li-24II. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and S::iO p.m. Monda\ 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 engagement or wedding announcements. Get-Together donates to school newspaper CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1»82 The Get-Together club met Monday, May 10, at the home of Mrs. Harold Albertson for its monthly meeting. The meeting was opened by repeating the club collect. Roll call was answered by nine members and a guest, Mrs B e r n a r d Shannon. Mrs Albertson read the devotional, "The Robin and Faith." The club voted to give a donation to the Wheeling school to help on the expenses of the school paper sent out each month to everyone in Wheeling. There will be a silent auction at the next meeting, which will be June 9 in the Senior Citizens recreation room. Mrs. Cecil Buckner gave the lesson on "Caffeine," telling of both harmful and good points about it. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Avalon Busy Bees plan swim party in June The Avalon Busy Bees 4-H club met May 5 at the Avalon church at 8 p.m. There were 11 members, 11 guests and two leaders present Roll call was naming a "favorite season' and was led by the treasurer, Lynnette Baker. Pledges to the flags were led by Quinn Sewell and Sherry Corf The club decided to have a swimming party June 6 at Simpson Park. Local achievement will be 6 p.m. at the Ceramics class for over-60s offered Any senior citizen who is interested in having a lot of fun, fellowship and likes to do ceramics are invited to go to 918 Calhoun on Monday at 9 a m.. May 17. Information will be given as to what supplies are available. Captain Marilyn Hopkins of the Salvation Army will be the instructor for this class. Further information as to a definite schedule will be announced at a later date. For further information please call Captain Hopkins or, Lt Hill at 646-3538 or 646-2917. These Beautiful Woods Are Available In 5-Pieee or 6-Piece Sets. Set Include*: Sofa, Straight CMr, 2 Letup Tiblti, Party Ottoman or Coffw Tabla and A Rocker With 6-Phct Sat. $07000 Wagon Wheel Sets Start At Q i W Others Start At $650.00 SOFAS 'N STUFF Hwy. 36 West, IreokfieU, Mo. Hurt: MM.-H. t-S:JO S«t. 9-5-PIMM 2SI-77S2 DAVID MlltlS-[.*. «W WAITI County Line club has dinner for Johnsons The County Line Homemakers Extension club held a carry-in supper to honor Mr. and Mrs. Leoanrd Johnson, who are moving to Colorado Springs, Colo. The Johnsons will be missed by the entire community as well/as by the club. They have resided here for 24 years. While Mrs. Johnson was a member of the club she held every office and was always available to serve on committees. Those present, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Volen Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Radabaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Taft Sprouse, Mary Anderson, Clifford Griffith, Dan Griffith, Esta Griffith, Nancy Griffith, Margaret Griffith, Mary Gwin, Mary James, Florence Jones, Linda Leppin and Emma Wood. After the supper, the members held a short business meeting. The report of the nominating committee was read and approved. New officers will be installed at'the regular June meeting. Tentative plans were made to visit the museum at Carrollton qn May 26. Everyone wished the best of health and happiness to Betty and Leonard Johnson new home. I. M. Radabaugh, Mr. and home. light meals are topic of Manning club TUn A / T n n n l n r r I? v tone i nn t a r V - t r P f l S l church in Avalon. Talks were given by Robbie Watson, on swine, and Linda Montgomery, on beauty care. Songs sung were "Four-Leaf Clover" and "Yankee Doodle Dandy," led by Linda Montgomery. The meeting was adjourned by Sherry Corf. Refreshments of cupcakes and Kool-Aid were served by the Watson and Ross families. MRS. FOX'S FIRST GRADE students at Dewey school, 1981-82, left to right: Front row-- Christy Jackson, Ronnie Hopes, Rodney Batson, Shawn Hughes, Jake MacWilliams, Sammy Reagin, Kevin Hutchison. Middle row-- Dustin Stroud, Shanel Kline, Shelly Funk, J.C. Phillips, Cheri Knott, Jessica Nibarger, Angle McCracken, Brice Walker, Mrs. Linda Fox (teacher). Third Jenny Anderson, Chris Cothern, Chad McGinnis row- Tammie Douglas, Leslie White, Jason Ccllen, Kari Frink. --Bailey Studio Photo PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the American Legion Auxiliary adopted thi Poppv 35 its Memorial flower which pays tribute to the war dead, and aids the living veterans and their families, and WHEREAS, the contributions are used solely for Children and Youth and Rehabilitation in our local community. NOW THEREFORE, I, J. T. Oliver, Mayor of the Ci- iv of Chillicothe, do here by proclaim the month of May. 1982, ,is Poppv Month and the 21st and 22nd as Poppy Days in our i omrmimtv J . T . O l i v e r Mayor of Chillicothe, Mo. Your area correspondents --Poosey Items -- MAX AND 1VIAKV ANN UTTKELL The children of Max and Mary Ann Littrell will host an open house for their parents in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary, from 2 to 4 p.m Sunday in their parents' home. RFD 1. Chillicothe. Max and Mary Ann Hayen were married May 24.1947. in the home of Mrs Mary Hayen and the late J. F Hayen. Children of the couple are Larry Littrell, Randy and Sara Littrell and Jim and Lynn Littrell, all of the Chillicothe area The couple requests no gifts Hale Rho Eta has a Mother's Day banquet Hale Rho Eta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its annual Mother's Day banquet on Thursday, May 13, at 7 p.m. The Mother's Day dinner was held at the Queen City restaurant in Chillicothe with 14 members and their mothers or guests attending. The chapter's honorary Mother of the year, M r s . Rosie Lomenick of Hale, was a special guest. The table was decorated with yellow rose candles and the head table had a yellow silk rose centerpiece with yellow candles. The sorority theme for the yeac, "Circle the World W i t h Yellow Roses," was carried out with a world globe and yellow silk roses. The welcome was given by Lois Signer and an opening prayer by Charlotte Miller. Entertainment chairman Lois Singer presented a program on "Memories of a Mother." Each mother was given a yellow silk rose and a potted p l a n t Mementos were presented to the following: Marjorie Hinton, the mother who traveled the longest distance; Dorothy Smith, mother married the longest, Dorothy Kemp, mother living the closest to her daughter; Martha Tiejens, mother with the youngest grandchild. Hostesses for the evening were Diane Kerns, Connie Ponting, Robin Squires and Ruth Ann Hutcherson CLASSIFIED JRDS! 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 moiwy-lMcfc gvarvnt**!) CALL NOW FOR FREI INFORMATION MOO-4455454 I SPECIAL! $5.00 Off I Remember, youjre Justine phone call away from being the person you want to be. (IWt Om Omt tor CM***) I I am MO un S ^·^·^·^·^M^M^M^M^M^M^M J By Marjorie Prewitt Ninety-six persons attended services at Shelburne church Sunday. The revival services ended Sunday morning. A basket dinner was held at noon. Evening services were dismissed for baccalaureate services Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rice spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Werner Alvoid of Nevada. Mr and Mrs. Dean Rice of Netawake, Kan., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Prothero and family of Jamesport. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Eckert attended the graduating exercises at Jamesport Friday evening. Their granddaughter, Michelle Eckert, graduated. Richard and Dale Herring of Linneus and Virgil Brummitt visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ople Street Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ross spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs Mark Eckert. Mrs. Richard Browning spent Wednesday evening with her mother, Mrs. Anna Cottrell. The Rev. and Mrs. Jim Coffer and sons, the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Thomas and daughter were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Eckert and Claudine. The Jim Crow family visited the Eckerts after church Saturday evening. Claudine Eckert spent Sunday with Shelly Burkeybile. Mrs. Claude Eckert spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Buelah Dunn. Mr. and M r s . Claude Ekckert entertained the eighth grade graduating class of Pleasant View R-6 school Friday evening with a wiener roast and fun time. The graduates are Steve Sturgeon, David Westcott, Russ Redmond, Cindy Burkeybile and Chad Reeter. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Prewitt, Mrs. Mildred Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Prewitt attended graduating exercises for the Trenton Junior College at Trenton Friday evening. Martin Prewitt was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nine from area attend session Nine area home economists from District G of the Missouri Home Economics Association attended a joint state meeting recently in Kansas City. This year's forcus was on "Issues for Positive Action." Over 600 home economists from Missouri and Kansas were charged with the mission to communicate home economics as a positive force helping i n d i v i d u a l s and families to maintain a quality lifestyle, said Diana Stewart. Area-Home Economists attending were Margaret Bishop, Evonne Mills, Mary Jones, Chillicothe; Jayla Smith, Jamesport; Suzanne Walden, Cathy Oesterling, Trenton; Georgia Stuart, Bethany; Anita Palmer, Cameron, and Diana Stwart, Tina. Need more room in your basement.. Sell your "white elephants" to someone with a Want Ad! Prewitt and girls entertained with a party for the graduates and their families. Ice cream, cake, tea and coffee were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Prewitt, Mrs. Mildred Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Prewitt, Lisa and Martin, Kendell Foster, Mr. and Mrs. R. E Neill and Scott, Mrs. Glenda Stamper and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Trickel and Brent, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cookliflj Mr. and Mrs. Curt Sountheiner and girls. The graduates were Martin Prewitt, Scott Neill and Julie Stamper from Trenton Junior College and Lisa Prewitt from Trenton High School. Mr. and'Mrs. Loren Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Prewitt and Mrs. Mildred'Goodrich attended baccalaureate services at Trenton High school Sunday evening. Lisa Prewitt is a member of the graduation class The Manning Extension Club met in the home of Mrs. Voyle Grothe, rural Chula, for its May 13 meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. W. C. Wombles, with the pledge to the flag and the club collect Mrs. Raymond McCrary gave a timely devotional on taking time to enjoy the miracles of spring. Roll call was answered by nine members, each telling of her first garden. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Richard Hargrave. Mrs. McCrary reported from the nominating committee as follows: President, Mrs. Wombles; vice-president, Mrs. Willis Middleton; secre- tary-treasurer, Mrs. R. Hargrave. The report was approved. The program was on light meals and summer salads and was given by Mrs. Ralph Lipton. One objective of the lesson was for homemakers to learn ways to combine foods to create a salad and be aware of the nutritional value of the ingredients. Members gave ideas for various types of salads. A salmon salad on lettuce, an apple, nuts, berry molded salad, crackers and coffee were served by Mrs. Linton and the hostess. The June meeting will be with Mrs. Harry L. Hargrave in Chula. Coterie club laprobes going to nursing home Mrs. Harold Warren presided at the May meeting of the Coterie Club, meeting in the home of Mrs. Davie Melte. Mrs. Warren read a poem, "Brighten the Corner Where You Are," from the Helen Steiner Rice collection of famous poems. The group sang "Brighten the Corner Where You Are." For the devotional, Mrs. B. ; J. Seifert read the 23rd Psalm. Roll call,..answered by- six members, was telling uses of the common clothespin. Mrs. Seifert was a guest. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and the treasurer reported a balance of $45.57. A motion was approved to buy a book of' stamps. Mrs. Winston Buckner reported that the Darr Nursing Home could use. the laprobes the club recently made. The lesson, "Growing' Garden Vegetables,"^ was- given by Mrs. Winston ^ Buckner: , C ' ; ~-i $ A game played was. .won by,, Mrs. Lawrence Arthaud and Mrs. Winston Buckner.' Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her CROWN PACKAGE SHOP 103 S. 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