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PAGE 12-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-MiOl CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, W2 *R-2 board OKs graduation REP. RALPH L. MOORE, left, presented a Missouri state flag to Ella Tunks, Nadine Smith and Marion Hudson of the Indian Hills Resident Council Friday during a special salad luncheon. The flag presented by Rep. Moore will be displayed in the activities hall at Indian Hills, said Mrs. Elaine Stoller, activity director. Hudson is president of the resident council. -- Constitution-Tribune Photo by Scott Gordon. Volunteers recognized at luncheon Volunteers were recognized at a salad luncheon last week at Indian Hills Nursing Home in Chillicothe T h e v o l u n t e e r s were recognized with the presentation of certificates and pins stating that "Volunteers Make A Difference," according to A c t i v i t y Director E l a i n e Stoller. Rep. R a l p h L. Moore presented a Missouri State Flag to the resident council, represented by Marion Hudson, to hang in the activities room at the nursing home. Chillicothe Mayor and Mrs. J.T. 'Tom' Oliver were present. The salad luncheon was at- t e n d e d by employees, f a m i l i e s , residents and volunteers to climax the observance of National Nursing Home Week. The l u n c h e o n and arrangements were coordinated by Mrs. Stoller. Volunteers who were present for the meal and recognition were Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert, Mrs. Marjorie Grossman, Rev. James Maberry, Rev. Dale Fonville, Mrs. Ruth Rupe, Mrs. Fern Clodfelter, Mrs. Ellen Miller, Mrs. Mildred McClure, Mrs. Gladys Young and Mr. and Mrs. James Iberg. Volunteers recognized but not present for the event were Mrs. Edna Plaster, Mrs. Esther H e w i t t , v Sister Catherine Marie, Rev. Robert Cassidy, Rev. William Lindbloom, Lawrence Schnieder, Paul Dowlin, Mrs. Dorothy Hughes, George Darr, Carroll. Grimes and Mrs. Laura Ashlock. Judge Lame fines 15 speeders Associate Judge Barbara Lame presided over 31 cases in the Municipal Division of the Livingston County Circuit Court last week, fining 15 on charges of speeding. Criminal Cases Jerry Lee Boyd was fined $50 on a charge of stealing. Traffic Cases Jessie Wayne Jewell of the Lambert Hotel was fined $150 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. William Dean Moore of 1524 Webster was fined $50 on a charge of careless driving. Bradley A. Earl of 235 Southwest Drive was fined $25 on a charge of careless driving. Ted Howard Baker of 2400 Country Club Drive was fined $25 on a charge of careless and imprudent driving. Karen S. Fairchild of 1701 Fairchild and Sarah P. Albertson of Wheeling were each fined $50 on a charge of failure to yield the right of way. Virginia Fox of 326 Williams was fined $40 on a charge of Deaths Hazel Fern McPeek Mrs Hazel Fern McPeek. a former Breckenndge resident, died Tuesday. May 18 at Hedrick Medical Center She had been at the Hillcrest Manor in Hamilton for the past four years She was born in Hurdland, Mo., and was a member of the United Methodist Cliurch at Breckenridge Mrs. McPeek was preceded in death by her husband. T F McPeek in 1959. Survivors include five sisterb, Myrna Patterson. Marian Hathaway, and Ethel Brown, all of Turncy. Maude Hildreth. Kansas City and Bessie Ciark, Kirksviile. a brother. John M a g r u d e r , Gibbs; f o u r g r a n d c h i l d r e n and 12 great- grandchildren Graveside services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1 30 in the Rose Hill cemetery at Breckenridge Friends may call after noon Wednesday at the Michael Funeral Home in Cameron Harvey E. Ryther Harvey Emerson Ryther, St. Joseph, died Tuesday at a hospital there. He was 76, a former resident of Chillicothe. and was retired from Dr. Hess and Clark Drug Company. Survivors are his wife, Bernice (Uhrmacher) Ryther, St. Joseph; three sons. Dean H. Ryther, Edwardsville. Kan.; Carlos J. Ryther, Gravois Mills. Gary D. Ryther, Excelsior Springs: a stepson. Jerry Uhrmacher, St. Joseph; three sisters. Mrs. Ruby Sinnock, LaPlata; Marie Robbins. St. Joseph, and Rosetta Turner, Macon. and a brother. Ernest Ryther. St Joseph. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Stamey-Lindsey Chapel in St. Joseph with the Rev. Ronald Fry officiating. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens. Chillicothe. Mother of R.E. McBride Mrs. Rose E. Studebaker, Livingston Manor, died at 10 p.m. Tuesday at Hedrick Medical Center. She was born in Kelso, Tenn., daughter of Marshall and Laura Tucker Dickey. She grew up there and was graduated from the Nashville General Hospital School of Nursing. In November of 1926. she married Marvin C. Studebaker He died in 1976. The couple made their home in Kansas City for many years where Mrs. Studebaker was a registered nurse and worked for several years in the Kansas City area. She retired in 1974. and was a former member of the South Broadland Presbyterian Church in Kansas City. Survivors are a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R E. McBride. Chillicothe; four grandsons, and three great- grandsons. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the chapel of Lindley Funeral Home. Graveside services w ill be held at 3 p.m. Friday at Ml. Moriah South in Kansas City with Dr. Earl Griffith officiating. The body will lie in state after 1 p m. Thursday at the funeral home. The family suggests memorials may be made in her memory to a foundation of their choice. disobeying a stop signal. Terry L. Thompson of 1514 Hickory Drive was fined $10 on a charge of disobeying a stop sign. Archibald L. Allen of 432 Washington was fined $10 on a charge of traveling the wrong way on a one-way street. Elizabeth Rhinehart of St. Louis was fined $10 on a charge of blocking a drive way. Speeding Cases Fined on a charge of speeding were Gregory B. Dowell of Avalon, $31; Wesley W. Wilson of 433 Walnut, $35; Leslie R. Hinnen of Chula, $27; Robert C. Lingard, Jr., of the Lambert Hotel, $28; Douglas Oliver Yates of 342 Walnut, $26; Marian E. Harden of 2525 Polk, $29; Kimberly R. Summerville of 1607 Polk, $28; Patrick W. Graybill of 821 Jansen, $26; Phillip R. Marley of 711 Calhoun, $27; Christopher N. Runyan of 512 Jackson, $29; Sandra L. Lehman of Dawn, $25; John Warren Dedrick of 1908 Calhoun, $32; Mary Emma Zullig of RFD 4, $29; Marvin R. Henderson of 1630 Fair, $31; and Ray E. Jennings of 325 JFK, $27. Illegal Parking Cases Fined $10 on a charge of illegal parking were William Christison of RFD 4, Charles Wade of 118 Tenth; Marilyn Cooper of Meadville; Charles M. Oden of Hale, and Joyce Schneiter of Wheeling. Jaycees, Jaycee Women attend state meeting FUNERAL HOMES CONSULT AN ESTABLISHED FUNERAL DIRECTOR FOR A PRE-PLANNING TRUST 646-4857 Laredo-Chillicothe Chula-Tina-Hale NMMAN-WAGY SJNGtl RINIMl HOME 116-644-4417 Five Chillicotheans attended the three-day Jaycee and Jaycee Women state meeting in Cape Girardeau, receiving both individual and chapter awards. During an awards luncheon the Chillicothe Jaycees were honored with an award for In Chapter Extention. The Jaycees also won a Blue Chip award. Representing the local Jaycee Women chapter, Debbie Lindley won Sparkette in her population division. Sue Allen was named the Outstanding District Director for the fourth quarter. Mrs. Allen won first runner- up for the year in the district director contest, qualifying her as one of the top three who continue to a national convention in Phoenix, Ariz. The Chillicolhe chapter also had four women in the Speak- up competition, conducted by Tom Fraccascia, state Speak- up chairman. Local women competing in the Speak-up competition * Snags Continued from Page I did," she stated. The district is planning to advertise for instructors in The Constitution-Tribune in the near future. Mrs. Moore said one full time and one part time position have beer, eliminated from the district's roster, made necessary by budgetary cuts. Firefighters standby for Life Flight Chillicothe firefighters were called to a standby status at Hedrick Medical Center at 11:06 p.m. Tuesday evening. The firefighters washed down a landing area for the Life Flight helicopter, which carries persons from HMC to Kansas City Hospitals. The helicopter arrived at the Chillicothe hospital at approximately 11:20 p.m. Tuesday. were Lou Cowherd, Debbie Lindley, Marilyn Brodmerkle and Sue Allen. Susan Thome received a pin and a certificate for participating in the Springboard program while Mrs. Lindley, Mrs. Cowherd and Mrs. Brodmerkle received certificates for participating in the S larkette program. Mrs. Allen will be the regional director for 1982 while. Mrs. Lindley will be regional secretary-treasurer. Attending the state meeting were Tom Fraccascia, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lindley and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Allen. Continued from Page I should be adequately compensated for extracurricular activities. CB Improvements Assistant Superintendent Whitmer discussed with the board CB base station replacements and possible location of a repeater station atop the city water tower south of the vocational school. He said he had contacted the municipal utilities about the antenna location. Present CB equipment, which is used for contacts with school buses, has been in use possibly seven years. Teachers Employed The board accepted administrative recommendations to employ eight teachers for the 1982-83 year. They are: Mary Bryan, to teach in the elementary grades. Mrs. Bryan attended high school in Robinson, Kan., received a B.S. degree from Emporia State University, and has three years teaching experience in Colorado and Nevada. Lou Cowherd, to teach halftime kindergarten. Mrs. Cowherd taught five years in the C h i l l i c o t h e schools previously. She is a graduate of Cassville High School and has B.S. and M.Ed, degrees from the U n i v e r s i t y of Missouri at Columbia. Amy Greenwood, to teach girls physical education. Miss Greenwood is a graduate of Breckenridge High School and Missouri Valley College and is currently doing graduate work at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Sally Storey, speech therapy. Mrs. Storey attended high school in Sedalia, received a B.S. degree from Central Missouri State University, and has four years teaching experience in the.Smithton and Sedalia schools. Marilee Clark, to teach elementary grades. Mrs. Clark is a graduate of Chillicothe High School and received her B.A. degree from Arizona State University. She previously taught one year. Donna Allen, assigned to high school science. Mrs. Allen is a graduate of Festus High School and received her B.A. degree from Southwest Baptist College. She has two years teaching experience at Lincoln and Steelville. Marian Rodenberg, to teach at the elementary level. Mrs. Rodenberg is a graduate of Chillicothe High School and recently received her B.S. degree f r o m Northeast Missouri State University. Cindy Crigler, Learning Disabilities. Mrs. Crigler attended high school in Fremont, la., and received a B.S. degree f r o m Northeast Missouri State University. Non-Certificated Personnel The board employed 32 persons to fill clerical, teacher clerk and nurse positions: Charlotte Dowell, bookkeeper; Francine Skinner, superintendent's secretary; Karen Whitworth, secretary, assistant superintendent; Jolita Rinehart, secretary, high school principal; Betty Thome, secretary, vo-tech school; Virginia Bennett, secretary, assistant high school principal; Dianna Boyd, secretary, high school counselors; Vesta Cassada, secretary, junior high; Kathy Rinehart, secretary, Central school; Marilyn Keith, secretary, Field; Carole Myers, secretary, Dewey; Ruth Miller, junior high l i b r a r y ; Lois Epperson, teacher clerk, EMR at Dewey; Pat Farquhar, teacher clerk, speech, Central; Linda Gann, teacher clerk, speech, Dewey; Mona Hinshaw, teacher clerk, L.D., Field; Glenarva Paschang, techer clerk, L.D. Central; Clara Ratliff, teacher clerk, blind, high school; Mary Ann Scott, teacher clerk, L.D., junior high; Doris Snyder, teacher clerk, EMR, Central; Mary Olson, teacher clerk, L.D., high school; Marjorie Plowman, teacher clerk, Dewey; Joyce Plowman, teacher clerk, high school; Janet Reed, teacher clerk, vocational; Carolyn Davis, teacher clerk, Central; Pat Dupy, teacher clerk, Field; Mary Dusenberry, assignment to be determined; Mary Ann Seymour, teacher aide, Dabney; Jenny Marks, teacher clerk, Dewey; Sally Reeter, teacher clerk, L.D., Dewey; Margery Allen, nurse, Central and Field; Jane Neal, nurse, secondary and Dewey. Two teachei clerks remain to be hired. Cafeteria Personnel High School-- Joan Hanks (manager), Ada Painter, Peggy Grannemann, Berva Hapes, Judy Leach, Darlene Breeden, lona White, Jean Dayton, Bonnie Dent, Connie Theiss, Rose Johnson, Ruth Best C e n t r a l -- Opal Steele (manager), Richie Carson, Linda Fairchild, Judy Lyman, Sandra Schroeder Dewey-- Joyce Frizzell ( m a n a g e r ) , Margaret Goodhart, Lois Jennings, Doris Cox, Judy Spainhour Field-- Una Mae Jackson ( m a n a g e r ) , Margaret Knouse, Lena Nibarger, Janetta Parks, Jo Ellen Hardin Bus Drivers Thirteen bus drivers and the school district bus mechanic were employed: Eldon Faubion, Charley Cooper, Darrell Parks, Kenneth Buzzard, Tim Akers, Martha Figg, Virda Eggers, Phyllis Reith, Steve Griffith, Richard Darr, Vernon Reeter, M a r v i n Davis, Richard Knouse and Butch Rardon (bus mechanic) Custodians Vo-T,ech-- Jerry Moore (H.C.) B'etty Moore Central-- Charles Grain (H.C.), Thomas Shobe Field-- Darrell Parks (H.C.), Janetta Parks (part time) Dewey-- Jim Bundy (H.C.), Cliff Maples Dabney-- Virda Eggers (high school, 4Vi hours) .High school--John Burton (head custodian), Shawn Shobe, Gregory Crain, Don McElwee, Kenneth Fairchild, Joe Owens, Monroe Jones (part time), Richard Knouse (maintenance) *Buck Continued from Page 1 science. He served in the Army in the mid-1950s with a year and a half in the infantry. Buck opposes Coleman in the Republican primary in August. There are two Democratic candidates, · Jim Russell of Savannah and David Christian of Clay County. Insurance Trustees Since the school district is now in a self-insurance health insurance program, it was necessary to appoint a board of trustees to administer the health insurance bank account, Dr. Eden advised. The board appointed as trustees, Dr. Eden, Francine Skinner and Gene Whitmer. The board accepted a recommendation that the account be at the Citizens Bank and Trust Company. School Auditor One bid was received to Southwest storms continue as Oklahoma flooding recedes By The Associated Press Two dozen Norman, Okla., families that fled flood waters watched the the South Canadian River recede today, hoping to begin cleaning up tlleir houses. Meanwhile, authorities pulled the body of a boy from a flooded creek in Tulsa. Severe thunderstorms spawned tornadoes today in southwestern Kansas, in West Texas near Slaton and along the Oklahoma-Texas border but no damage was reported. One-inch hail fell near Borger in the Texas Panhandle. Winds gusting to nearly 60 mph tipped over a light plane at Salt Lake International Airport today and caused minor power outages in the area. Tornadoes were sighted Tuesday in Illinois, Kansas and New Mexico but did little damage. Large hail pounded portions of Missouri, Kansas, Michigan, Illinois, Nebraska and Georgia. Corydon, Ky., reported 2 inches of rain in 20 minutes and Dallas-Fort Worth got 1.75 inches in six hours. Howard Alexander Turner, 6, of Tulsa was found dead after wading with friends in a creek which normally carried little water, police said. A part of western Norman became an island when the river rose Tuesday, stranding two teen-age boys who were rescued by police, said police Capt. George Mauldin. He said the river was "looking good" and residents of the community just south of Oklahoma City were expected to begin moving back into their homes today. Red Cross workers in Norman were set up to care for the families that fled nearly 25 flooded homes, but no one came to the shelter. "I don't know if they're staying in motels or with relatives. Almost all the homes have water too deep to let the people stay in them," Mauldin said Tuesday night. Half of the 600 people evacuated over the weekend in Kingfisher 30 miles northwest of Oklahoma City were able to return to their homes by Tuesday. Officials from Gov. Bill Clements' office, the U.S. Small' Business Adminitration, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the National Flood Insurance Program toured Wichita Falls, Texas, on Tuesday. serve as school auditor and the Lockridge Gatson firm was named to audit the school district books for 1982-83. Resignations The board accepted these resignations: Patricia Ann Davis, elementary teacher; Vivian Haas, secretary to counselors; Larry Hershberger, bus driver; Lucy Buck, cafeteria worker at high school; Betty Link, cafeteria helper, and Genevieve Lyon, cook at Field school. Bing Crosby items to be auctioned May 25-28 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Photos and putters and posters f r o m movies; sweaters and paintings and cases of trophies; fly rods and records by a-man who could sing -- these are a few of Bing's favorite things. And they're all for sale, along with a basement full of other memorabilia from the homes of legendary crooner Bing Crosby, who died in October 1977 at age 73. Butterfield Butterfield Auctioneers Appraisers Inc. will auction off the treasure- trove May 25-28, and Crosby's widow Kathryn hosted a preview on Monday. "Our attic was overflowing," she explained. "I was storing dining room furniture in the upstairs hallway. The basement was so full of records and photos, you couldn't get to the wine. We decided an auction would be the happiest thing. "I'm giving up things that are very precious tp me, because I thought they'd be even more precious to someone who doesn't have anything of Bing's,"she said. Leading visitors from item to item, Mrs. Crosby recalled how Bing felt about a certain stuffed fish, how he looked in a goofy straw hat or felt about a pretty co-star. "It's kind of like having a baby: parting with one's possession's is like haying a child. You're glad to see it leave, and yet you're not," she said. One display case is filled with gold and platinum records, i n c l u d i n g the platinum album of "Silent Night," which had 300 million sales. Perhaps of even greater · sentimental value is a 1926 78 rpm platter, "I've Got That Girl," which was Crosby's first song. The label lists Don Clark and his Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orchestra. --News Notes-- . Continued from Page 1 Kathy Hopes is hostess On Wednesday, Kathy Ha'pes was hostess to 13 of her friends and classmates at an outdoor barbecue at her home. Games were played before lunch. Day Camp deadline Reservation deadline for Cub Scout Day camp has been extended to Monday, May 24. Those needing more information may call 646-3607. Ambulance transfers Transfers made this week by the Chillicothe Ambulance Service have been Ernie Baker from 609 Jackson to Hedrick Medical Center; Bessie McPheeters from Morningside Center to. Hedrick Medical Center and returned to Morningside Center; Carl Mitchell from HMC to Riverview Heights Nursing Home in Waverly; Robert Clark from 450 Elm, to HMC; Grace Hughes from Mooresville to HMC, and Nellie Chaney from 437 Calhoun to HMC and to the Liberty Hospital in Liberty. Kissicks are guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kissick, Staunton, Va., have been visiting in the home of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kissick at Hale. They also visited his mother, Mrs. Nellie Kissick at Braymer and other relatives. They went to Avaca, la., to visit Mrs. Kissick's brother and friends, returning to Hale and leaving for their home in Virginia on Sunday. Dorcas Circle Dorcas Circle of the United Methodist Church will meet at 9:30 Thursday morning in-the church parlor. Members are to note change of meeting place. OATS committee Members of the Livingston County OATS committee will meet at 2 p.m. Friday at the Senior Citizens Center, 440 Locust. Teens for Christ Chillicothe Teens for Christ will hold their last weekly meeting for the summer at 6:30 Thursday evening at the Jaycee shelter house in Simpson Park. Everyone is to bring food for a picnic. All teens in the community are welcome to attend. Foster parent meeting The Division of Family Service will sponsor a meeting for prospective foster parents at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 1, at the Free Methodist Church, 1441 Jackson. This meeting is open to all persons interested in knowing about the program. Meadville Methodist Women The Meadville United Methodist Women held a 12-mile walk-a-thon for the Arthritis Foundation on Saturday, May 8. There-were four women and three girls walking and they netted a total of $430.45. Merchants donating prizes for the occasion were the Meadville Sip and Dip, Chillicothe McDonalds, Brookfield Dairy Queen and Brookfield Pizza Hut. Damage suit filed against Braniff International Airways PLATTE CITY, Mo. (AP) - As if Braniff International Airways didn't have enough problems, Dianna Sneeder is taking the bankrupt airline to court for allegedly damaging her suitcase. Miss Sneeder filed suit Monday in small claims court in Platte County, seeking legal fees and the cost of a $185 suitcase she says was damaged on a March 2 flight from Houston to Kansas City. The 21-year-old Warrensburg, Mo., woman said she wrote four letters to Braniff headquarters in Dallas demanding compensation. But the airline did not respond until May 13, the day Braniff began bankruptcy proceedings, she said, and then officials said there was nothing they could do. "I was so mad," she said. "I thought, 'Wouldn't you know, they put me off so long.' I tell you, all I can do is sit back and wait. I just feel like I should be compensated." A hearing was scheduled for June 15. LIVINGSTON COUNTY RESTHAVEN MEMORIAL GARDENS CEMETERY For Complete Information Call 646-1336 Weekdays From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please Accept My Donation of $ for the illuminated flag pole project at Vern R. Glick Post of the AMERICAN LEGION --Clip and Mail To : -Robert Posch Commander 1200 Easton Chillicothe, Mo. 64601 or Leave With .Bill Coleman Citizens Bank and Trust Co.

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