The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 26, 1982 · Page 20
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PAGE 10B-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-«4«01 Your area correspondents CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY U, 1M2. Ludlow Items By Mrs. Anna Bryan Mrs. Novella Robinson returned home Saturday morning having been a house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Sneeden, this past week. Friends and relatives were saddened to learn of the passing of Mrs. Grace Hughes at Hedrick Medical Center, May 19. Memorial services were held at Ludlow Community Church May 21 with Bro Larry Reeter in charge B u r i a l w a s i n Monroe cemetery. Mrs. Hughes will be sadly missed in the family circle and community. Sympathy is extended at this time to the family Mr and Mrs. Bondurant and family were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harolu Bondurant, Richmond, during the weekend Mrs Merle Hatchett and daughter, Mrs Evonne Hill of Kansas City visited Mrs Carrie Beckley and Mr and Mrs. Gene Rockhold on Sunday afternoon Mrs Beulah Fields spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Gladys Weber Mr and Mrs Lowell Mc- C u l l o u g h , Lee's S u m m i t visited Mrs Carrie Beckley on Friday afternoon M r a n d M r s . L a r r y Damerell were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flamm on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Flamm and Mr. and Mrs Damerell all celebrate May birthday anniversaries. Mr and Mrs Gary Webb and f a m i l y w e r e a f t e r n o o n visitors Mrs Vicky Silkwood and Kmiberly, Chillicothe spent Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Flamm Mr and Mrs Dan Nye, Mrs. Ensel Lloyd and Irvin Mc- Coskne called on Mrs Nadine Clark one afternoon last week. Other visitors have been Mrs. Mae Goll and Mrs. Roslyn Damerell Mrs. Zeola Warner, Mrs. B e u l a h Fields and Mrs. Esther Blann have been recent callers in the home of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Cruse. Don Cruse visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Cruse during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald North and Mrs Vera Vanderpool called in the home of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Cruse on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Norma Flamm was hostess for the "birthday Club" on May 18. After all the members had gathered the hostess said that Mrs. Lola Webb would entertain them at her home west of Ludlow as a special recognition to Mrs. Flamm on her birthday anniversary. Members who enjoyed the afternoon were Mrs. Flamm, Mrs. Sophia Austin, Mrs. Esther Blann, Mrs. Era Shields, Mrs. Lillie Wheelbarer, Mrs. Winifred Fields, Mrs. Viola Keller, Mrs. Eunivee Pratt, Mrs. Mary Sprouse, Mrs. Lucille Shand. Mrs. Lola Webb served birthday cake, punch and nuts, assisted by Mrs. Sandi Webb and Mrs. June Webb. The group played gams and shared gifts. Mrs. K a t h y Cox and Bradley, Braymer and Mrs. Roslyn Damerell were guests of Mrs. Fern Damerell on Sunday. Mrs. Anna Bryan called on Mrs Era Shields and Mrs. Florence Stephenson on . Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gilliland hosted a birthday anniversary party on May 20 with their daughter, Shannon as guest of honor and Ruby Ann Mattox, Jill Snider, Penny Evans, Shannon Hussey, Tammy Newton and Shelly Ann Rhinehart enjoyed being entertained at the Darry Queen. Upon returning to Shannons home they enjoyed pizza and spending the night at a bunking party. Mrs. K a t h y Cox and Bradley, Braymer and Mrs. Roslyn Damerell were guests of Mrs. Fern Damerell on Sunday. Mrs Anna Bryan called on Mrs Era Shields and Mrs. Florence Stephenson on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Bill Gilliland hosted a birthday anniversary party on May 20 with their daughter, Shannon as guest of honor and Ruby Ann Mattox, Jill Snider, Penny Evans, Shannon Hussey, Tammy Newton and Shelly Ann R h i n e h a r t enjoyed being entertained at the Darry Queen. Upon returning to Shannons home they enjoyed pizza and spending the night at a bunking party A baptismal service was held at the Utica Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon with the Rev. Robert Barnett in charge. He was assisted by Pastor Joe Brown and the Rev Cooper. Candidates for b a p t i s m were: Annette, Natalie and Terri Jane Lewis; Pam and Charlotte Garst; Lisa Field; Sherroni Sturgeon and Jill Sturgeon. They were welcomed in the Ludlow Community Church There were 74 present for Sunday School at Ludlow Community Church, Special recognition was given Shannon Gilliland and Christi Swartz who were celebrating birthday anniversaries. Pastor Joe Brown, brougth a worthwile message in keeping with Pentecost Sunday. The usual children's sermon was a treat for the younger generation. There were 16 present for Sunday School at the Ludlow Baptist Chapel. Bro. Larry Reeter brought the message with text from James 4 and Psalm 53 and 54 with 14 present. There were 12 present for evening services with text from Psalms. Bond signs CMSU and schoolteacher bills JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Gov. Christopher Bond has signed into law an emergency spending bill to provide money to the Central Missouri State University at Warrensburg to repair storm damage. The bill, which was approved by the Missouri Legislature, will allow the state to immediately provide $221,181 to the university. The money will go toward the repair of several university buildings which were damaged during a hailstorm last March 15. The $221,181 represents the amount of storm damage not covered by insurance. Also signed by Bond Tuesday was a bill to repeal the current state law requiring school teachers to take a physical exam each year. Under the bill, which takes effect Aug. 13, local school districts would be allowed to decide whether they wanted their teachers to take physicals each year. Another bill signed by Bond would set up a new tax on savings and loans associations and credit unions so they will be taxed the same as banks and other financial institutions. In January, the Missouri Supreme Court struck down a 2 percent earnings tax which was paid by savings and loans associations. The bill signed into law, which takes effect Jan. 1, 1983, will require savings and loan associations and credit unions to pay 7 percent on net income. Today in history - By The Associated Press Today is Wednesday, May 26, the 146th day of 1982. There are 219 days left in the year. Today's major events in history: On May 26, 1865, the last Confederate army surrendered at Shreveport, La., ending the Civil War. Also on this date: In 1521, Martin Luther was banned by the Edict Of Worms for his religious beliefs. In 1805, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned King of Italy. In 1942, General Erwin Rommel resumed the German offensive in Africa -- with massive tank support -- during World War II. In 1954, the funeral ship of the Egyptian Pharoah Cheops was discovered in Egypt. Ten years ago: President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev signed two agreements to limit the growth of American and Soviet nuclear arsenals. Five years ago: South Moluccan extremists holding hostages in the Netherlands released the children they'd been holding -- but still held five teachers captive -- along with about 50 others. One year ago: The cabinet Of Italian Prime Minister Arnaldo Forlani resigned following the revela'tion that hundreds of high-ranking government officials were members of a secret Masonic lodge -contrary to Italian law. Today's birthdays: Oakland Raider Quarterback Dan Pastorini is 33. Former Nixon White House Consultant William Magruder is 59. Thought For Today: A zoo is a place devised for animals to study the habits of human beings. -- Oliver Herford, English writer-illustrator (1863-1935). Eyefull The American horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus, named after the one-eyed giant of Greek myth, actually has nine eyes, National Georgraphic says. The ocean-bottom dweller has one eye on each side of its shell, two in the center, and five light-receptive organs beneath the shell. M F\A/ O v/ · * \rT^ --^«· '"'g"dteg8ftfta3T^fl^i \ The Constitution-Tribune WdHTS tO Bring ItS Readers the Widest Coverage Possible In News, Sports Entertainment. That's Why Well Be Adding New Features To Broaden Our Scope Of... TOTAL COVERAGE FOR YOU! 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