The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 24, 1982 · Page 5
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CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1»82 \ CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64401-PAGE S Vv · . EIHTOK'S^OTEPjPrhited forms to announce engagements as well as for wedding reports to appear in .The Constltution-Tribune are available bv contacintf the . business office of the newspaper at SIH Washington Street, or y calling the newspaper at «4«-24i I. 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 eiigage- mejit or wedding announcements. Jessie Gibson slides given to Gai^len Club The Chillicothe Garden Club met May 18 at Parkview Heights Community Center with 22 members and a guest,' Mrs. Shirley Youssef, present. Mrs. Gerald Vinson, first vice-president, conducted the business meeting. 'Mrs. Archie Campbell, second vice-president, introduced Mrs. Lena Bowen, who gave the Timely Tips. Mrs. Buel Mitchell told of a camping trip to VanMeter State Park. She spoke about wildflowers and showed draw- ,ings she had made of each one. It was reported that 13 bou- quets were taken to the sick. Ttie Garden Club purchased a new urn for the courthouse to replace one broken by vandals. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fleener donated a second urn to match it. Ramah Hill drew the door prize. Mrs. Virgil Mason showed slides of different gardens and yards, also tours and breakfasts and a trip to the Kansas City to see the Wellesley gardens on tour. These slides were taken by Miss Jessie Gibson over the years and donated to the Chillicothe Garden Club. Linn County students to attend Boys State BRYAN EMMONS Linn County Memorial Post 538 of the American Legion is 'sponsoring two high school juniors at Linn County R-l at Purdin as delegates to the 1982 Missouri Boys State to be held at Central Missouri _ State University, Warrensburg. 7 · " a^firyan'Elnmons" and Clayton Turner. Emmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emmons, participates in basketball, CLAYTON TURNER baseball and track at school. He was on the school's Academic Bowl team for two years and has been on the honor roll since eighth grade. He is president of the FCA. Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-Turner, was .elected vice- president of the National! Honor Society and was selected for the all-conference Academic Bowl team this year. He has been on the honor roll since eighth grade. Mrs. Linton gives Lydia circle program Lydia Circle of the United Methodist Church met May 20 in the home of Mrs. Harry Glover. A brunch of doughnuts, coffee cake, fruit juice and coffee was served to 12 members and a guest. Mrs. Bruce Holmes was the co- hostess. Mrs. Glover read devotions entitled "The Head Shepherd." Mrs. Bill Everett opened the business meeting with prayer. The treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Kenneth Frost and Mrs. Bill Watson reported on the courtesy fund.' A silent auction, senior dinner, and salad luncheon were discussed. It was reported that Mrs. Cramer Mansur will attend the School of Missions in July. Each member received a copy of the 1982 United Methodist Women's reading list. The books can be found in the church library. The June 17 meeting will be held hi the home of Mrs. Forrest Sensenich. Mrs. Everett will be co-hostess. This is a change of meeting place. Mrs. Ralph Linton gave a slide presentation of her trip to the Holy Land. The meeting was closed with the Lord's Prayer. t$±5. CLASSIFIED ADS! AT WITS END: Traveling instructions When I travel, I always pack three dresses short of everything I have in my closet. I don't have to like the clothes. They don't have to belong to me. They don't have to fit. They don't even have to be "in season.'* But in case I need them, they'll be right there--somewhere in those 18 pieces of luggage. I was on a talk show once with a travel expert, Polly Esther, who stuffed her hose in her shoes, had underwear that doubled for a swimsuit, packed only earth tones, and rolled her skirts over a cardboard cylinder that held Christmas wrapping paper. Polly packed everything she needed for three weeks into a small overnighter and said she saved a fortune on porters who charged her a dollar a bag every time she had to reclaim her luggage. I got to thinking about Polly recently when a cabbie lifted one of my larger suitcases and asked, "How long have you been selling transmissions, Door prize winners have been anounced Class gift James Mclntyre, president of the senior class and son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mclntyre, presents the class gift, a check for $1,300, to Principal Charles Meek at Friday night's graduation of the Chillicothe High School Class of 1982. Mclntyre said the funds are for carpeting a third floor room in the school building, for additional microphones for the auditorium public address system, and, if any is left over, for purchasing books for the school library. --Constitution-Tribune Photo by Bill Plummer Eileen Thomas doing research with Phizer Eileen Thomas, daughter of T. J. Thomas, Dawn, will be with Phizer Animal Research Division at Terre Haute, Ind., for approximately the next eight months. She is a graduate student in veterinary microbiology at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Eileen will be working in research in the Phizer Laboratories at Terre Haute three weeks of each month and at the laboratory at University of Missouri the remaining week. Following completion of this project, Eileen will continue her graduate work at the university. EILEEN THOMAS Mrs. Miquelon gives Dorcas book review Dorcas Circle of the United Methodist Church met Thursday, May 20, in the church parlor. Mrs. Hugh Campbell served as hostess. Breakfast was served to 12 members and two guests, Melanie Eden and Mrs. J. S. Miquelon. . Mrs. J. S. Lucast opened the meeting with prayer and a ACBL club has session Members of the ACBL Bridge Club met at the Bridge Room with North-South averaging 70 and East-West 60. High scores: North-South--Jackie and Don Baskett, 70Vi; George and Shirley Reed, 69V4, and Ed and Virginia Cummings, 66V. East-West--Ann Dickinson and Jim Saale, 90\4; Mike and Verna Septon, 74; Herb and lona Coult, 72, and Dempsey and Norma Hamner, 70V4. devotions. Mrs. Clithro Anderson read the secretary's report and correspondence The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. James Eden and Mrs. Campbell gave the courtesy report. Mrs. Walt Miller introduced Mrs. Miquelon, who gave a humorous review of the book "A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney." The meeting adjou/ned with prayer. The next meeting will be June 17 in the home of Mrs. John R. Neal. Are you afraid to enter your attic alone.. Do you fear a World War II footlocker will jump out and get you.. Do you feel that you are being chased by a three-wheeled roller skate.. Does it take your breath away to bump your head on a moth-eaten muffler. Sell those attic treasures through the Classifieds. SINGER 1 7 POINT TUNE-UP ONLY Applies to any make or moflel when coupon is presented with your machine at your local Singer store. . 3-DAY SERVICE ·MjMtMttMNlM ·l«IMCt »H«« · I ^·M«*»*M MA^^M ·WPPnVWIl? ·MNEHH'V (Part 8 not included) SINGER UP Make sure your sewing machine stays in good working order. Bring it to the Singer store along with this coupon before May 29th. 1WB Park aren't included in this special offer, but all these services are: adjust balance tension, adjust fabric handling mechanism, de-lint threading mechanism, adjust belt tension, inspect wiring, lubricate machine, inspect and lubricate motor. __.. ---- _ ·UMTS SIWIWG C1NIU OMIT Singer Sales Serviced University of Missouri Lincoln University Extension Center Calendar of Events-May 24--4-H Committee meeting, 7:30 p.m., 2nd floor Library, Chillicothe. May 24--Caldwell County Extension Homemaker's Council meeting, 11-30 a.m., Kingston Farm Bureau May 24--Livingston County University of Missouri Extension Council meeting, 8 p.m., Farmer's Electric, Chillicothe May 25--Fair Planning meeting, 8 p.m., Chillicothe Vo Tech May 25--Fair Board melting, 8 p.m., 4-H and FFA Fair Grounds May 31-June 8--International Seminar June 8-12--Caldwell, Livingston, Linn 4-H Camp, Crowder Park, Trenton. June 18--Livingston County Extension Homemakers Association Council meeting, 11:30 a.m. Are you afraid to enter your attic alone Do you fear a World War II footlocker will jump out and get you Do you feel that you are being chased by a three-wheeled roller skate Does it take your breath away to bump your head on a moth-eaten muffler. Sell those attic treasures through the Classifieds. Door prize winners have been announced from the Bridal Fair held last weekend in Chillicothe. Three flight bags from World Wide Travels, Barbara Wolf, Chillicothe; Marlyn Martin, Carrollton; Juanita Trussell, Tina. Nichols-- $25 gift certificate, Lana Fraccascia, Chillicothe, $15 gift certificate, Janet Cooper, Meadville; photo albums, Linda Van Dyke and Dana Blue, Chillicothe. The Gallery-- $25 gift certificate, Maria Baker, Chillicothe; pearl earrings, Karen Holder, Trenton. Lori B's Bridal Shop-- Sandak shoes, Lois Frizzell, Chillicothe Jr cer- Howard's and Lifestyles- $25 gift tificate, Shirley Benson, Chillicothe; Nina Ricci cologne, Maureen E r w i n , Chillicothe, $15 gown, Sherry Reeser, Chillicothe. Lana Fraccascia's Color- Magic-- $45 colormagic analysis, Eileen Fowler. Bailey Studios-- free bridal portrait, Kelly McCullough, St. Joseph, Beemer's-- gift certificate, Alicyn Kaye, Sumner. The event was termed a tremendous success by the participants, and plans are already in the works for another such show in 1983. An estimated 100 persons attended. Tina-Avalon FHA has Mid-Missouri tour lady?" Last week, I spent my first vacation living for eight days out of a small overnighter. There's a couple of things Polly left out. Any item you bring that is "see-through," make sure you have something to cover what is looking back from the other side. Do not conserve space by threading your estrogen into a necklace and wearing it An Ace bandage worn as a strapless blouse for evening wear doesn't do it. Do not pack an earth-tone wardrobe unless you pack earth-tone nail polish that blends when spilled A traveler who travels light needs constant reassurance that "I will never see any of these people again." An umbrella in the hand is worth who necks of the travel agents who told you it never rains in Los Angeles during the summer. Slacks that sit down when you stand up are trying to communicate. When you are traveling with one piece of luggage, five different porters will carry it to your room, each one demanding a tip for its return. Polly was right about a lot of things, but she should have mentioned the 30-pound tank of deodorant you have to wear strapped to your back. Getting refills for it is real important Does your basement remind you of an obstacle course Sell those obstacles through the Classifieds. Thirty-four FHA members from Tina-Avalon recently toured Kim's Originals in Sedalia and Burger's Smokehouse near California, Mo. The group left the school parking lot on Tuesday, May 18, at 8 a.m. and arrived at Kim's Originals in Sedaha for a 10 a.m. tour. They saw the production of decorative arrangements of wicker baskets, stained fruit, and silk flowers. These items are seen in gift shops across the country. After lunch in Sedalia, the FHA'ers journeyed to Millstone Lodge at Laurie, for an afternoon of swimming and an evening barbeque in one of Missouri's recreational areas. On Wednesday the group traveled to Burger's Smokehouse for a tour of a company which is the largest producer of naturally-cured and aged country hams in the nation. A final stop was made in Sedalia for lunch before the return back to school. Those participating in the educational trip were Rhonda Alkire, Lynnette Baker, Joan and Joyce Coldiron, Jo Corf, Sherry Corf, Debbie, Lynette, and Susan Dodson, Rhonda Francis, Lori Haynes, Kathy Houseworth, Penny Huff, Stacy and Teresa Hussey, Wendy Maloney, Kim Marnin, Norma McCracken, Lori McCumber, Chris Mills, Justin Mitchell, Tracy Morris, Ronda O'Neal, Lisa Phillips, Jill Ross, Tammy Ross, Carol Singer, Grace Stanley, Annie Suddith, Kim Sumner, Valerie Sykes, Kim Terry, Mike Trussell and Brenda Walby. Chaperoning the group were Janie Colliver, bus driver; Carolyn Colliver, June Maloney, Marcella Baker and Diana Stewart, advisor. Thought I'd forget didn't you? 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