The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on July 14, 1980 · Page 6
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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Monday, July 14, 1980
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PAGE 6-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64601 CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1*10 -.-. Legal Notices I N TMK ( llt L I T COURT OK I IVINCSTON COUNTY. MO., I'KOBATK DIVISION SOT1CK OK FILING OK FINAL SKTTLK.MENT AND PETITION roil DISTRIBUTION Si.ilc of Missouri County ol Livingston- .ss Kstate No 77 )W) '10 A L L PKRSO.N'S I N 'I K K K S T F . D I N T I I K K S T A T K O F W A 1 . T K U \ \ O O I ) , Urn-ascd \olice is hereby given t h a i a l i n . i l settlement and petition t i n i l i ' l c i i n i n a t K i n ol trie per -ons w h o art 1 the successors in i n l e i e s l lo the personal and i i . i l property of the decedent a n d ol I he ex I en I and i h.ii.u-lei of their inlett-st i h e i e i n and lor distribution of Mich p i o p e i l j \ \ i l l be liled in ihe ('u cuit Court of Livingston C o u n t y . M i s s o u r i , a t Chillicotht, Probate Division, by the undersigned on the :j(Jth day of July, 19«0, or as continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in w i l t i n g filed within ten ( 1 0 ) days alter the f i l i n g of such settlement JL'LIL'S WOOD Kxeculor K K I ) , Lumens, Missouri ,\d~i'.', Telephone li'.j"-.')! ii C 11 Hums. Jr A Homes liellelheim Huililm)', B i o o k l i e l d . Mi.ssoun ilh.W. 'Iclephone 2'ii', '2','l~ Publish J u n e .!() J u l y 7 I I .111(1 2\. I'liil) "WW'tl //iwi BE SURE TO VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE 4-H AND FFA FAIR HAVE FUN! WE'LL SEE YOU THERE! OYERTON MOTOR SALES 1318 WASHINGTON - CHILLICOTHE - 646-3188 ·fUCTKW Mrs. Dorothy G. Gannon 812 VinC Street CH1UICOTHE, MISSOURI FRI., JULY 18TH, 1980 SALE STARTS PROMPTLY 1:00 P.M. SM.I- I.OC \TION Two blocks Ka-,1 ;ui1 one block North of I he N o i l h c a s l LIM HIT o( s q u a l l - in Cliillirollir Mo WATCH I ' O H U ' ' I l ( ) \ SI(.\S. H I ' M . K S ' I \TK Six loom home b e a u t i l u l l j locak-d on a tti fl x I I I ) fl lot T u u bediooms u i l h closels in each, l i v i n g room dining I I I O M I lus a coinei china c.ibmel w i t h paned glass doors, remodeled kitchen u i l h lots ol nice birch cabinets, h . i t h i n n m f u l l basemcnl u.asler drypr hook-up inside and outside enli.mces, enclosed back poich. house has hardwood flour-- is p a r l i a l l caipeled and has been t-xter m i n a l c i l c u r l i i i n s and dia|M-s sla ml forced air furnace for heal n . i l u i . i l gas hook up lor cooking. 2(,(XiO BTU win dim a i r c o n d i t i o n e r , a l u m i n u m slorni doois windows, p.ilio nicel 1 , landscaped w i t h lovely shade trees, flowers and shi ubbei \ The home is close lo both s( hool and cliurch arid is u i i h i n u . - i l k i n g distance to d o u n l o u n Chdhcothe Legal Desciiphon Lol l ul Block i d o l original survey of the ( i l of C b i l l u o i h c Mo Taxes $_0(' -Id and w i l l Ix- prorated lo d.i\ of closing Possession Al closing Teims 1 0 % d o w n da\ of sale balance due w i t h i n )(l d a \ s or upon a p p i o v a l of ·feed and a b s l i . id I-01 l u i l h e i i n f o r m a t i o n or inspection of t h e properly contact L o w i e s Urns Hi-allj A u c t i o n Co I T i l l i !·: 9th SI Trenton. Mo I'MIM. Dili .!r!KW»5 or Mrs Iro Cothern. (H(i-2(J8H. Chillicothe. Mo A I ' C T I o N K I C U ' S NOTE If \ o u a r e in t h e market f o r a nice home in a good neighborhood and u i l h all j o u r needs « i t h m .in a r m s l e a d ) ' ' 'Don I nuss t h e u p p o i l u m t v to a t t e n d this \IK I inn l l S O I U e M M I N M I I I I H i l l \ | I I D h M s N U M I I M . K I M I I M I ) I \ I I I si I I I I I I IDlr Meadville girl winners The top girls in the Meadville Homecoming baby show, held Saturday morning in downtown Meadville, were left to right, Christy St. Clair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David St Clair, 0-6 months; Brooke Ewing, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Mike Ewing, 6-12 months, Andrea Nichole Miller, su i- i I P M I I ( i l l ) in I . O H U K Y BROS. RKAI.TY A U C T I O N ,liil 'Mil Ilillliin Mil I'llunr ( ii1li- I IIH.I IJU-I9H3 ·M.III «. Miki l i » i i - \ Hill III IIIMM .mil Ki-tin ILiili^ s I X u i l l l M l f P I S s III MIS-.OUII lou.i K.ins^s and We Guarantee Satisfaction" I i m i r Id'.illo l l i . l l' l l l . i k i - ·"AiKlmn Means A i t i o n Continued From Page I ( i t : i i i n \ . I'l intess Contests The Homecoming Queen, I'rmcess. Granny and L i t t l e Mi and Miss Meadville contests were held at Pollock Field on Friday evening, f o l l o w i n g an ice-cieam supper Named as Little Mr and Little Miss Meadville lor 19HU were Tanya Howe and Chris K n / z e l l T h e y o u n g s t e r s received the most votes in a month-long contest to see who could recieve the most dona- l i o n money in drop cans located in various places around the community The contest was conducted on a penny-per-vole basis. A "Granny" contest was held following the Little Mr. a n d Miss a n n o u n c e m e n t , f e a t u r i n g several Meadville vicinity grandmothers Each told just how many grand- c h i l d r e n ( a n d g r e a t grandchildren in some cases.) each had, as part ol the judging - ELECTRIC RANGE with self-cleaning oven · Trade in your old outdated range on a brand-new Amana 1 · Fast-heating rangolop elements -- energy efficient and removable for easy cleaning · Automatic start and stop oven timers: 60-minute interval timer · Now's the time lo treat yourself to the quality and convenience of Amana 1 Trade-in Trade-Up to Quality l«llt with Wd-FaslikMied Quality ... tat, coMBCtlthrety priced 18.2 Cubic Foot Family Size REFRIGERATOR Now s the tirtie to trade m that old. outdated refrigerator for the quality, convenience and advanced energy-saving features of a brand-new Amana' Ttade-fn Trade-Up to Quality * FREE-0'-FROST m THROUGHOUT * 3-POSmON ENERGY SAVER CONTROL * 2 AUTOMATIC COLO CONTROLS tana, MR wttk ftd-FMUfemtf QuHty ... and, competitively priced Clark's Appliance T.V. 8.19 S. Washington--646-4102 Stmctimn On Drty 1-5 Mon.-Fr). Hem: 1-5 Mon.-Sct. Annabelle Belzei was judged 'Meadville Granny. 1'lKO ' In the princess contest, the judges had a "terrible lime" deciding on a v\ inner, one ol them said later, from the 12 girls entered in the event They f i n a l l y picked Uenise Copelin, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Richard Copelin, who was crowned the HWO Princess by last year's princess, Amy Stone Denise was sponsored by the Busy Bee Club of Meadville. First runner-up was Stacy Micks, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Frankie Hicks, sponsored by Prettyman's Plumbing. Second runner-up was Ticia Muck, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Muck, Jr , who was sponsored by N o r t h Missouri Lumber Co of Meadville The flower girl lor the princess contest was Darla Howe, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Steve Howe, and the i crown-bearer was Chedric ' Maggarl, son ol Mr. and Mrs Lyle Maggart. Queen Coronation J i l l Smith, a 10-year-old physical education major at C e n t r a l M i s s o u r i S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y , was crowned Queen of the 1980 Meadville H o m e c o m i n g b y r e t i r i n g queen Jackie Cooper Jill is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Virgil Smith, and performed a rendition ol the poem "Casey at the Bat" for her talent performance Jill is the second Smith to be M e a d v i l l e H o m e c o m i n g Queen, as her older sister Joy won the honor in 1977. Miss Smith will travel lo Sedalia in August to take part in the "Queen of the Fairs" competition at the Missouri State Fair Jolene Tiemeyer, 20 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Tiemeyer of Meadville, was named lirst runner-up. Jolene is a junior this summer at Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph, were she is active in many of the college's music programs She performed a piano solo, "First M o v e m e n t of the H a y d n Sonata in D" for the talent portion ol the judging. T w e n t y - y e a r - o l d M a r y Gocrnc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gocrne of Laredo, was second runner-up. She will be a junior this fall at Northeast Missouri State University in Kirksville, where she is working toward a Mass Communications major, with an emphasis on advertising. She is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, and performed a vocal solo, "What I Did for Love." Dcbra Lynn Jacobs, a 1971! graduate of Meadville High School, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Dcane Jacobs of Chula. received third runner- up honors. Debra received a Medical Assistant's Ccriificaic after two years of study at Northeast Missouri State University in Kirksville, and is presently employed at Kcarny Medical Clinic, near Kansas City. She is 19 years old. The crown bearer for the queen contest was David Dudley, son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Dudley of Meadville, and the flower girl was Nichole Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Young A Itig Parade An estimated 65 entries took part in the Homecoming parade on Saturday morning, including everything from antique tractors and cars to a huge channel catfish float to a goat on a leash An American Legion color guard from the Williams De Moss Post 517 led the parade, followed by the Meadville R-4 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, one to two years, and Lendy Ray Howe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S t e v e Howe, t w o t o three y e a r s c a t e g o r y . --Constitution-Tribune Photo inarching band, the homecoming loyalty. Mayor and Mrs Howard Gordon, the Rollm' Rascals Shrine group Irom Chillicothe, floats, clowns and decorated bicycles. O t h e r e n t r i e s i n c l u d e d miniature cars driven by the Mareeline Shrmers, several antique cars and tractors, hitch teams and representatives of the Brookfield Saddle club Tin- Winners The prize for the float that best exemplified the theme of the homecoming, "In the.Good Old Summertime," was won by the Yours and Mine Club The Most Original f l o a t category was won by the Fountain Grove Wildlife Area entry, which consisted of a 2i)-loot-long paper mache replica of a channel catfish mounted over a Jeep. A 10-foot jonboat was atop the lish. containing a tisherman who had hooked the monster catfish The Most Beautiful float category went to the Jr Bees 4-H Club. The best youth float prize w e n t t h e t h e S u m m e r Playground entry. Justin Springer and his antique John Deere General Purpose tractor won the best restored antique prize The Most Unique Antique category was won by a 1925 Model T Ford Coupe, owned by Royal Jackson. The best entry in Sports and Hobbies was Craig Seck- ington, who rode a motorcycle Kathenne Scott won the Best Decorated bicycle prize, while Darla Howe was judged the Best Costumed Individual. The Best Costumed Couple were Donna Mclntyre and Dave Dennis, who were dressed in clown costumes. The Outstanding Pet award went to Lisa Grime, who was leading a kid goat on a leash in the parade. Mr. and Mrs Omer Keith of Trenton won the prize for the best hitch team. TOWNHOUSE RESTAURANT 6 A.M. -OPEN- 9 P.M. Hiway 36 West-Chillicothe, Mo. DAILY SPECIALS FOR JULY 14th THRU JULY 19th-ONLY $3.00 MONDAY SPECIAL HOMEMADE MEAT LOAF TUESDAY SPECIAL HOMEMADE NOODLES BEEF WEDNESDAY SPECIAL PAN FRIED CHICKEN THURSDAY SPECIAL BRAISED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF FRIDAY SPECIAL OCEAN CATFISH FILLET SATURDAY SPECIAL BARBEQUE SPARE RIBS THE ABOVE ARE SERVED W/3 SIDE ORDERS, ROLLS BUTTER, COFFEE OR TEA. SUNDAY SPECIALS 7 A.M.-2 P.M. 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