CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JULY 14, CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64401-PAGE 5 e Harpers hold family reunion Over 112 persons attended the annual Harper reunion held Sunday, June 22, at Simpson Park Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harper, and Mr. and Mrs Gene Harper, St Joseph. B e t t y Cosgrove, Dawn. Mr and Mrs Junior Kosson, Hubert J Rosson, John Carver and f a m i l y , Margaret Hose Bosson. and Howard and Georgia Rosson, Marcelme :ANTERBURY MUSIC CENTER Melvin McDonnal 646-2520 Nearly every job a handyman tackles requires a handsaw. Actually, two saws are needed: crosscut and ripsaw. The crosscut's smaller teeth are filed to give a sliding cut across the grain, while the ripsaw's chisel-like teeth are made to plow with the grain. The crosscut works best with the wood at a 45 degree angle; ripsaw at about 60 degrees. Assure a square cut by marking a line where the cut is to be made. Clamp a square 2 x 4 along the line. The board will keep the saw on the line When ripping long boards, your saw won't bind if the cut is kept open with a spike or wedge. Move it toward you as you go. If the saw wanders off the line, bring it back to the spot where it veered and start again. SAV-HOIT HOME CENTER Faye Jordan and Mary Allen, Cameron; Judy and Clinton Rosson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Langford, Connie Ruhl, Mr and Mrs. Rudy D. Ellis, Donna Yeisley, Kansas City; Loren Collins and Kathryn S. Ellis, Gallatm; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyd, Chula. Larry and Charlene Harper, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Dorrell, Mr and M r s . L a r r y C l e v e l a n d , Henry Eden, Brookfield; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vogler, Tina; Mr and Mrs. Charles W. Dean, Rita Mae (Searcy) Rinehart, Mrs. Irene Searcy, Gary and Annetta Ellis, Chilhcothe, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Mills, Bogard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosson, Trenton. Plans are being made to have a reunion on June 21,1981 at the same place Business meeting of Stokesmound club The Stokes Mound Community club met Wednesday, July 9, at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Josephine Standley. Due to the hot weather and others on vacation only nine members were present and two children. Mrs. Standley, president, presided over the meeting. Roll call was answered by picking up a baby picture of a club member and trying to identify it. The business meeting was conducted, then discussion on the Carroll County Fair, being held July 30 through August 2. The club will help with the crafts show and display as scheduled on Thursday afternoon at Walnut Hills in Carrollton The mini-lesson on Money in Your Children's Hands will be presented at the next meeting Refreshments of lemon fluff iced tea and iced Hawaiian punch, and mints wer.e served by the hostess. The class adjourned to meet on August 13, with Mrs. Elva Baker Linn county OATS has business meeting The I p.m. business meeting of the Linn County of OATS was called to order by the president, Doris Hise. P r a y e r was given by Marylan Falconer followed by the pledge of allegiance to the flag Minutes of the May meeting were approved as read. The treasurer's report was given. Eleven officers and contacts answered roll call The total attendance was 35 Mike Landy was present and explained the method that Title 20 is funded. He stated that beginning July 1 the total. amount would be reduced approximately 10% The following tours were planned' Tiffany's Attic-"Lfnder Papa's Picture", August 14; Arrow Rock-"Flea in a Ear", August 19. Dorothy Davis was elected as Brookfield local shopping contact The White Elephant sale and donations netted $18 20 bruont SUMMER COOLING SPECIAL DELUXE AIR CONDITIONING CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE EVANS HEAT COOL 646-2492 DIANE DEWEY JIM GARDNER Mr and Mrs. Caryol Dewey, Meadville, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gardner, Linneus, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Diane Lynn and James Lewis, on August 9 at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Meadville. Diane is a 1979 graduate of Meadville R-4 and a speech pathology major at Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg. Jim is a 1975 graduate of Meadville R-4 and Trenton Junior College graduate and is employed at Centerview Grain Co., Centerview. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and receptiopn. f i D I A N E L A N E Y , 1 1 years old, has been selected by the Dawn Sunrise Hustlers 4-H club as its candidate for Junior Princess of the Livingston County 4-H and FFA Fair. Her 4-H projects have been dairy goats, ceramics, foods and crafts. Diane is an active member of the L.D.S. church group, participated in a Christmas art show at the hospital and retirement homes, and is in basketball and track in school. She plays piano and her hobbies are ait, reading, fine handwork and cooking and she loves small children. -Use our classified ads for buying and selling- AMY STEDEM is the junior princess candidate from the Liberty 4-H club She is a second year member in club work Her projects this year include beef, sheep, and horsemanship Nine year old Amy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stedem, RFD 2. MACKLIN'S Largo picnic uiiihri-llns $1.1 (Ml to 25 00 Redwood dunes, loungers, t.iblcs bonc-hos I'rii'i'd to sell Cushions \;n KHIS si/es colors w (o $5 00 New useii mi,!! chests New X used desks, 1 new rolltop Hunk beds complete $149 oo and up lU'ds, twins, regulai, queen and king Complete line ol springs mattresses lU'dioom suites, extra chests, dres.sers niglil stands Special dinette sets Uible, 4 chairs $99 00. Larger tables and extra dinette chairs Come ,md pick up what you want Coi k t a i l tables l a m p tables, sets in singles, some w i t h sliglu damage, bargain priced New divans chairs, bide a-be(U, reclmers and rockers, bean bag ch.urs $9 lid to 1T (10 :! refngeiators like new, used gas ranges, kitchen cabinets, wood metal, unfinished coiner cabinets, new oak curved glnss china cabinet MACKLIN'S CHILLICOTHE, MO. SALISBURY, MO. 646-3017 388-5020 Summer activities by Saddle club Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brobst and Sue were hosts for the June meeting of the Meadville Saddle Club. George Elliott, president, called the business meeting to order. A letter was read from the Meadville Homemcoming Parade Committee inviting the club to enter a float and also ride in the parade. There will be no card party in July. The bingo party will be July 19. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Grime and Mr. and Mrs Melvin Gray will host the July 29th Club meeting. Each family is to bring snack food. Need more room in your basement"? Sell your "white elephants" Jo someone with a Want Ad! At Wit's End- True love will shine in a fallout shelter By Erma Bombeck DANA FRIZ2ELL has been selected as the princess candidate for the Four Leaf Clover 4-H club for the county fair. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frizzell, RFD 1. This is her 5th year in 4-H. She is involved in cooking, c l o t h i n g , k n i t t i n g a n d ceramics She is also the club secretary. Dana is 16 years old and will be a junior in high school. She is in band, Spanish club, FBLA and Chillettes She is a member of Calvary Baptist church, the Puppet team and Acteens. Attention Hearing Aid Wearers! And Anyone Who Has Trouble Hearing. ----ED ELLRICK of I was gathering up old newspapers this week when I came across a paper doled April 29. On the front page, Walter Cronkite was being considered by John Anderson as a running mate. In sports, the NFL opened their 1980 draft. In domestic news, Ford lost $164 million in its first quarter. In the comics, Charlie Brown was explaining to Snoopy the rules of tennis. In TV, ABC was interviewing for a new HEARING AID SERVICE will be conducting HEARING TESTS at the Strand Hotel on the Utand 3rd Wed. of Every Month This month it't July 2nd 16th 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Appomtmtnt Ml Â«lwÂ»yi but idriubk for the "mother who is active." In general news, Tnsha Resy of Fort Romeu, France stopped sneezing after 204 days, and a small h e a d l i n e p r o c l a i m e d , "TODAY IS THE LAST DAY, RELIGIOUS GROUP CLAIMS." The story went on to explain that a group from Montana and followers from other states were in s h e l t e r s a w a i t i n g t h e destruction of the world by a nuclear war. They had been preparing for doomsday for months and before going underground had met for "a lot of good food, a few speeches, and a little entertainment at o local restaurant." I know what happened to Walter, Snoopy, and the Ford Motor Company, but what happened to the group in the fallout shelters waiting for the end of the world? Are they still sitting in the bunker getting a little tense with all that togetherness? "I can't stand it anymore, Dwight. I've got to know what's going on up there. I'm going out and get a Gardner reuion is held at Trenton Cell IMW. rfcoiw: 646-2480 Â·Â·ttirMi I S*rÂ«ki inihWi Â«n virtwlly 41 m*" tiW mcfclt. The Clarence Gardner family celebrated July 4 with a reunion at the REA building in Trenton with this being the first time in eight years the w h o l e f a m i l y h a d been together. Present were Clarence Gardner of Brimson; Gene and Jannetta Gardner, their grandsons, Jessie and Scott of LeClaire, Iowa; Junior and Annetta Gardner, David, Tim, A a r r o n a n d A i l e n from Longview, Texas, Jerry and SUMMER IS HERE! DON'T GET CAUGHT IN THE HEAT KEEP COOL WITH AN AIR CONDITIONER UNIT WE ACCEPT TRADE-IN ON USED WINDOW UNITS BOTTS TYE 646-0540-CHIUICOTHE Lucy (Gardner) Hays, Glen and Robin of Meadville, Larry and Louise (Gardner) Morley and Debbie of Trenton. Also present were Jewell and Frances Kackley of Trenton, life-long friends of the Gardner family. The day was spent by taking pictures, catching up on family history and enjoying good food. David Gardner is in the Army stationed in Texas and his brother Tim is attending college in Bolivar, Mo., to be a minister. paper." You and your calculations! I told you the world would never end on the same day Appliance City is having an EOM clearance." "You know the trouble with our marriage, Claude? The only time you take me out to dinner anymore is when the world is coming to an end." "I do trust you, Lionel, and I love you, but I still say we could have told my mother where we were going." "Okay, so I forgot to pack your tripod. It isn't the end of the world, you know. I don't know why I said that." I must admit I sat there for a while wondering what I would do if the story had been on the front page with a Washington dateline with quotes from the president Would I have grabbed my "Chorus Line" album? My pots of Erase and lip gloss? The picture of me in high school when I weighed 113 pounds? Would I have stopped the paper? Left the garage light on and locked the doors? Canceled my hair appointment? Had the kids clean their rooms' April 29 ..what was I doing on April 29? It was a Tuesday...day after garbage day...two days afler my son's birthday. Tuesday... maybe I made a note on my calendar. Wouldn't you know it? I cleaned the ovenl Attract more customers to your garage sales by using the Constitution-Tribune W a n t Ads! 701 Webster-Chillicothe, Ma Fit Is First In Brand Name Shoes You Can Trust" NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held 1:00 p.m., July 18, 1980 at 100 Williams at which citizens may be heard on the property tax rates proposed to be set by Chillicothe Township. The tax rates shall be to produce the revenues which the budget for the year of 1980 shows to be required from the property tax. Each tax rate is determined by dividing the amount of revenue required by the current assessed valuation. The result is multiplied by 100 so the tax rate will be expressed in cents per $100 valuation. Valuation (Â·* CataÂ»oriM) Real Estate PÂ«rÂ»oool Property Railroad S Utility Merchant* S Manufacturer! Total Currant Tarn TÂ«*r 1*0 $21,248.780 3.866,450 2.861,87) 1.921,900 $29.899,001 Prior Tax TM 1*7Â« $20.622.150 3.864840 2,735,047 1,777,310 $28,999.347 Ganaral Special Rood *BrktgÂ» Total Tax Aavanua Tax RalM For Â· 1*W (*w *100) $ .10* $ 29.899.00 .3W 89.697.00 $119,59600 Chillicothe Township Bob D. Hays Clerk of Chillicothe Township 35- BEN WOOD JONES Vice President Agriculture Representative We Want To Invite You and Your Family To Attend The 4-H-FFA Fair July 16-19. "And While You're At The Fair, Be Sure To Visit Our Booth and Register For PRIZES" "WE'RE PROUD OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE AND THE 4-H-FFA FAIR." --SEE YOU AT THE FAIR-COMMUNITY Â®n BANK THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Â·PARK CENTER 'SOUTH WASHINGTON Â·DAWN MEMBER F.D.I.C.
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