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5.HILL1COTI1S CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JUNE 1,1»«2 CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64601-PAGE 5 Taking a spill Rain may have kept the municipal pool from opening, but natural pools of excess water made a perfect "swimming hole" Monday for some neighborhood youngsters. This one came up soaked after a spill on his bike in a pool of water at Cherry and Springhill streets, near Jenkins Townhouse and Hy-Vee. --Constitution-Tribune Photo by Ed Crawford TINY TOT KINDERGARTEN students of Elizabeth Tiberghicn, 1981-82, left to right: Front row-- Joseph Ruppel, Neil Torre, Amanda Wilson, Cory DeGarmo, Showna Cook*, Kristi Anderson, Melissa Ward, Kellye Bate, Melanie Kenney. Middle row-- Tammie Pettit, Sybil Boyd, Kelly Griffi1h. Nina VartDyke, Stephen Scott, Dusty Allen, Stacie Gilgour, Shawn Epperson, Marcus Carr, Mrs. Tiberghien (teacher). Third row-- Amy Valbracht, Ramie Ewing, Amber Duncan, Emily Steele, Jason Torre, Jennifer Lame, Jessica Wessing. Not pictured, Stephanie Davis, Matt Perry. --Bailey Studio Photo Missouri Memorial Day has variety By The Associated Press Missourians kicked off the summer season with a river race, a rock concert and baseball while pausing Memorial Day to remember their war dead. Vietnam veterans got special mention in Kansas City, as Vietnamese officials COOL AND COLLECTIBLE 10.88 Reg. 13.99. The cool ones just when you want them for outdoor-indoor comfort. Chic and casual in bright prints, pastel stripes, chambrays. Polyester-cotton blends are washable. S-M-L. Regular 14.99 in sizes XL-2X, on sale TIM mOD CXDflV Saturday said they would return the remains of Americans just recovered. "I want you to know as one . soldier to another, you fought not for glory, for there was none," said Maj. Gen. Robert Shirkey in an observance at the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City. "You fought, endured, even though you did not understand the geopolitics of that distant war, even though thousands of your fellow countrymen in parade and protest said you were engaged in a senseless war," added Shirkey, ranking officer of the 89th U.S. Army Reserve Command. Memorial Day was empty once again for families of those servicemen missing in action in Vietnam. Although the Defense Department officially lists the 2,439 MIA's as dead, some families have not given up hope. Stormy weather dampened the activities of pleasure seekers. Missouri tourism officials expected as many as 100,000 people to travel to the Lake of the Ozarks and the southwest Missouri lakes area. Thunderstorms belted Missouri with hail and winds up to 83 mph Sunday, dumping up to five inches of rain in some portions of the state to send rivers overflowing their banks. A 67-year-old Festus man was killed when he was crushed under a large tree toppled by high winds. The downpours didn't stop more than 52,000 rock fans from jamming Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City to hear four bands in Summer Jam '82. The St. Louis Cardinals drew more than 102,000 fans in a three-game week-end series with the San Diego Padres, but a Memorial Day contest with San Fransisco attracted less than 12,000. A capacity crowd attended the Kansas City Royals-Chicago White Sox game Monday night and watched a fireworks display after the contest. Partisan politics moved from the seats of power in St. Louis to the captain's chair on Mississippi riverboats. Mo- day. St. Louis County Executive Gene McNary, a Republican, bested St. Louis Mayor Vince Scho°mehl, a Democrat, by more than a , minute in a half-mile race on' the Mississippi. Schoemehl's boat was momentarily dead in the water after striking a log as a crowd cheered McNary to victory in nine minutes, one second. Your area correspondents Linneus Items By Hazel Singleton Phone 895-5545 A check was presetned recently to Susie Murrell, supervisor of Linneus Park playground equipment by Buford Wilson for $50. This was from Local Union 6374 communciation Workers of America of which he and his co-workers, Johnie Wilson and Dennis McQueen are members. The money is to be used for more playground equipment. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Ridgeway, Brookfield, presented the Linneus Museum a check for $250 towards the purchase and renovation of the Burlington Depot which was recently acquired by the association. The depot was open Sunday, May 30 and 31 in the afternoon in addition to the open house at the Museum and County Jail. A covered-dish dinner was held Sunday in the Community Betterment Building beginning as 12 noon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allen and little daughter Jessica, Columbia were Saturday, May 22 guests of their grandparents and great- grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Allen. Mrs. W. H. Allen accompanied Waverly Drake to a farewell dinner held at the United Methodist Church, Chillicothe, the evening of May 24, in honor of the Rev. Leroy Hines, who is leaving that city. Helen Wolfe was a caller of Hazel Singleton Monday evening. She states that her husband has been a patient in Pershing Memorial Hospital since May 18. She has been making daily visits to see him. She also reported he was very happy to receive cards from members of his union in Detroit to which he belongs and of which he is the oldest member. The Merry Matrons Club met May 13 in the home of Katherine Butterfield with eight members and two visitors, Elizabth Clark and Little John Brian Peer who entertained with his cute antics. In the absence of the president, due to illness in the family, vice-president, Helen Truitt conducted the business meeting. Roll call was a May basket hanging with all joining in. The program leader, Frances Thorne, chose as her topic, "Sea Shells." She showed her collection and told where she had obtained them and something about each kind. She also told how to clean and preserve them. Two books were referred to for more information The hostess served delicious dessert during the soical hour, assisted by Imolene and Dorothy Thorne. Dr. and Mrs. W. C Allen, Columbia and their son RQbert and wife Sue, St. Louis spent May 15, with the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Allen. While there they did some work on their parents proch roof and replaced the porch steps, which was very much appreciated by the senior Aliens. x The usual good time was enjoyed by those attending the covered-dish supper and card party at the Community Room the evening of May 22. Following an evening of cards, prizes were won as follows: Door prize, Elaine McClaskey; hi w o m a n , Frances Powell; hi man, Bob Powell; low man, Duane Murphy; low woman, Hazel Singleton; men floating, Bill M u n s t e r m a n ; " w o m a n floating, Beulah Murphy. There were four tables in action. Irene Jefferson and Audrey Barrows were hostesses. Beulah Murphynvill be hostess for the June party. Note: it was brought to my attenion by Frances Powell that your correspondent er- rored in reporting the card party at Purdin, when I mistakenly stated that Mary Kirby returned thanks at the Purdin card party. It should have read Wilbert Gudgell gave thanks. My apologies. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner and Steven, Kansas City, spent from Friday to Sunday visiting his mother and brother, Frances and Junior Turner. They were joined Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Valentine, Melissa and Michael Jr., Lawrence, Kan. They all came to celebrate a late Mother's Day and the birthday of Frances Turner which will be May 28. She will be 82 years old on that date. The Valentines .and Turners brought the dinenr and Mrs. Valentine brought the birthday cake. Mrs. Turner is a good conversationalist and can tell very interesting stories of early Linneus. Maxine and Morris Stephens who have been patients in the hosptial, Mrs. Stephens two week in Regional, Columbia, returned home M a y ' 13 and Mr. Stephens was dismissed from Pershing Memorial, May 15. While in Columbia Mrs. Stephens was visited regularly by her son Orvyland and brother Richard Lee, both of whom reside in Columbia. Ralph Stephens, Chicago spent a week in Linneus and visited his father in the hospital as well as other relatives in the area. Paul Stephens, Overland Park, Kan., spent last week visiting his father and Mrs. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens are both very glad to be back in their home. The day group of United Methodist Women met Thursday, May 20 with a carry-in dinner at the Community Room, with 14 present. Inez Twitchell asked the blessing. The meeting was opened'by Inez. Nora Peery gave the devotions, reading from Psalms and "A Place to Remember." Lorene Shiflett had the program reading from Luke and "Just a Little Mixup--Grand- mother." She closed with prayer. Minutes of the last meeting were read and the treasurer's report was given. Mrs. Allen reported sending cards to the sick. All signed a sympathy card for the Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee. Inez talked on the School of Missions. Florence Huffemier and Lois Roench were hostesses. The group decided to meet June 17 at 8 p.m. at the church. Linnie Singleton will have the devotions and Opal Clark will present the lesson. Inez closed the meeting, reading, "At the End of the Day" arid a prayer. Virgil Thompson is a patient in P e r s h i n g M e m o r i a l Hospital. A large crowd attended the first commencement at the new R-l School building Sunday afternoon with Dr. Gale Bartow, a Browning Alumni, now superintendent of schools at Blue Springs gave the talk. Prior to Dr. Barlow's talk the Rev. Don Almond gave the invocation and the bac- calauereate address. Following the presentation of awards, Rev. Almond gave the benediction and R-l band played the processional and recessional. Anita Kingsolvr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kin- solver and David Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Jones are graduates from this immediate area. Sympathy goes to the family of Myrtle Couch, who died the evening May 21. The Couch's were long time residnets of Linneus. Police given greater authority in car searches By RICHARD CARELLI Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court today gave pb-; lice officers far greater authority to search 'the contents of automobiles without first obtaining a warrant. By a 6-3 vote, the court said police can search even closed containers within a car's trunk any time an officer has "reasonable cause" to believe the car contains contraband. In an unusual move, the court overruled its own 1981 decision that had required police to obtain warrants to search all closed parcels in car trunks. "In this class of cases, a search is not unreasonable if based on facts that would justify the issuance of a warrant, even though a warrant has not actually be obtained," Justice John Paul Stevens wrote for the court. But Stevens warned police that there are limits to the new Turntable tips By The Associated Press The following are Billboard's hot record hits for the week ending June 5 as they appear in next week's issue of Billboard magazine. HOT SINGLES l."Ebony Ivory" Paul McCartney Stevie Wonder. (Columbia) 2."Don't Talk To Strangers" Rick Springfield (RCA) 3."I've Never Been To Me" Charlene (Motown) 4."867-5309-Jenny" Tommy Tutone (Columbia) 5. "The Other Woman" Ray Parker Jr. (Arista) 6."Don't You Want Me" The Human League (AM-Virgin) 7."Always On My Mind" Willie Nelson (Columbia) 8,"Heat Of The Moment" Asia (Warner Bros.) 9.'"65 Love Affair" Paul Davis (Arista) 10."Rosanna" Toto (Columbia) TOP LP's l.'Tug Of War" Paul McCartney (Columbia) 2."Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet" Rick Springfield (RCA) 3."Asia" Asia (Warner Bros.) 4."Diver Down" Van Halen (Warner Bros.) 5."Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I" Stevie Wonder (Tamia) 6."Chariots Of Fire" Vangelis (Polygram) 7."Dare" The Human League (AM-Virgin) 8."Aldo Nova" Aldo Nova (Epic) 9. "Always on My Mind" Willie Nelson (Columbia) ' 10."Blackout" Scorpions (Mercury) COUNTRY SINGLES l."Finally" T. G. Sheppard (Warner-Curb) 2."For All The Wrong Reasons" The Bellamy Bros. (Elektra-Curb) 3."You'll Be Back" The Statler Bros. (Mercury) 4."Tears Of The Lonely" Mickey Gilley (Epic) 5."I Don't Know Where To Start" Eddie Rabbitt (Elektra) 6. 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