The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri on April 22, 1956 · Page 6
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Sedalia, Missouri
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Sunday, April 22, 1956
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THI SeDALIA DEMOCRAT ••ialbi* MIsMwrl, Sandajr MornlBf, April 22, ISSi OBITUARIES Margaret EtUth Holmet Mrs. Margaret Edith Holmes, 7«, Cole Camp, died at 1:40 p. m. Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mn. Ju«iita Brewer in Cole Camp. She was born Jan. 16, 1878 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers. She is survived by: husband; two sons, Charles M. Holmes, Trenton. Mo., and Harvey Holmes, Dallas, Tex.: two daughters, Mrs. Roy Artel, St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Juanita Brewer, Cole Camp; five grandchildren; and tw’o brothers, Robert R. Powers. Carthage, Mo., and William J. Powers, Joplin. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p. m. at the Eickhoff Funeral Home with the Rev. H. E. Marshall, pastor of the Cole Camp Methodist Church, to officiate. Burial wUl be in the Cole Camp Memorial Cemetery. G. W. Thomson Rites Funeral services for G. W. ThomsiMi, 70, former Sedalian. who died at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Menorah Hospital in Kansas City, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Granby, Mo. He was employed at the Bot 2 printing establishment several years ago. Surviving are his wife and daughter, Joyce Holt of Kansas City, a granddaughter, Mrs. Evelyn Scott, Chicago, and six great grandchildren. John WUliam Htlderhrand Funeral services for .John William Hilderbrand, 65, who died Thursday at the home of an uncle, Albert Hilderbrand, near Versailles, were held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Kidwell Funeral Home, Versailles, with the Rev. E. D. Watkins officiating. Cemetery. Two High Scliool Students Enter Driving Contest Kenneth Keele and Nancy Vaught will represent Smith-Cotton in the district high school driving contest to be held in Warrensburg Saturday. They will compete against high school representatives from 12 other counties in the district. Tlie winning boy and girl at district level will compete against the winners from the other nine districts in tiie state contest to be held on .May 12 in Jefferson City. A dinner will be held at Jefferson City on the evening of the state contest to honor the district and state winners. .All awards to district and state winners will be made at the dinner. Contestants for thLs district will meet at the Morrow Gymnasium, Central Missouri State College at 10 a.m. April 28, for the written examination. Tests determining the skill of the drivers will be held at 1 p m. in a marked area near the gyunnasium. Coach Clarence Whiteman, of CM9C, has been designated head judge. He will be assisted by members of the Warrensburg Police Department and the State Patrol. Youth Halted After Taking Horse and Hen An eight-year-old boy had his lark Saturday afternoon when he decided he wanted a horse and a hen. About 6:10 p.m. Saturday a call wa.s received by the police that a child was walking down the Missouri Pacific railroad tracks in the 700 block west leading a horse. Police hurried to the .scene and found the child leading a brown Cousins served as pallbearers. icauui^ Burial was in the Versailles horse with a white blaze face. Canned tomatoes will help to make a meat loaf juice; whole kernel corn added to the meat mixture wrill give flavor interest. LODGE NOTICES jA Granite Lodge No. 272, A.F. A A.M., will meet in special communication Monday, April 23, at 7 p.m., Masonk; Temple, Seventh and Oaage. Work in First and Second degrees. Visiting brethren al- wayi welcome. Harold N. Painter, W.M. Lloyd C. Kmmon, Sec’y. lOOF Neapolis Lodge No. 153 , will postpone the regular meeting April 24 to go to Green Ridge. AH members urged to go. Cars leaving our lodge at 7:30 p.m. J. R. Ramey, N.G. H. Jett. F.S. Sedalia Chapter No. 57, OES, will meet in stated meeting Tuesday, April V 25, at t p.m. Visiting members wcteome. Reception honoring Mrs. Lucille White, Grand Representative to Colorado. Doris Stott, W.M. Irene Aulgur, Sec’y. which he said he obtained at the Missouri Pacific stockyards. He told the police where he ob tained the horse and the hen, then was given a lecture and turned over to his mother. The horse was returned to the stockyards. The hen which the child lost after getting it from the chicken coc^ was caught by the owner after a chase over ttie neighborhood. ^ Job’s Daughters. Bethel No. 15, will meet sd the Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m., tor regular meet“ ing. This is also pro-tem night. All officers and members please be present. Kay Satterwhite, H.Q. Deanie Perkins, Rec. ♦ Sedalia Assembly No. 831, 4th Degree, Knights id Columbus will hold Hs meeting on Monday, April 23rd. 1956, at 8:00 p. m. at the Knights of Columbus HaD, Fourth and Lamine Streets. All Fourth Degree Knights are urged to attend this meeting. Ralph Becker, F, N. Frank V Mehl, F. C. Battery ‘C’ Holds Meeting Wednesday The National Guard Battery “C” held its regular meeting Wednesday night at the Armory with Maj. William L. Chick, Calhoun, Captain J. C. Sutton, Warrensburg, CWO John E. Smith and Fir^ Sgt. Earl Litton, Marshall, making a staff inspection. Four new men and three men with prior service were enlisted. Classes were conducted in radio, wiring, and fire direction control. Battery "C” has installed a radio roceiv«* and transmitter to contact other units throughout Mis- stHHri. Futur« Subtcrfb«rt A daughtCT born at Bothwell Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamb, 1223 South Stewart, at 11:11 a.m. Saturday. Weight; seven pounds and three ounces. City Hospitals BOTHWELL-Medical: Wallace Jenkins, Knob Noster; 'D>mmy Neal, Route 1; Mrs. Clara Holtzen, Smithton; and Harold Cramer, Tipton. Surgery; Steven Lindsay, 407 East Boonville. Accident; James Sanders, Otterville. Dismissals: Mrs. George Nold and son. Route 4; Mrs. Clarence Scholobohm and son, LaMonte; Leo Smasal, Route 1; Mrs. Eula Keith, 322 West Fifth; Mrs. Dwayne Sherman, 325 North Grand; Richard Peterson, Sweet Spring; Larry Stone. LaMonte; William Wasson, 1222 East Seventh; Patricia Stone, LaMonte; George Shepherd, 654 East 13th; Mrs. Raymond Morarity and daughter. Route 1; Leroy Embree, 3900 South Kentucky; David Alexander, 637 East 18th; Michael Hope. Windsor; Mrs. William Edwards, Moberly; Mrs. Mark Bergmann. 902 East 18th; and Mrs. Loren Griffen, 60» East 16lh. WOODLAND — Surgery: Mrs. Clyde S. Miller. 639 East Tenth. Medical: William Sitter, 2021 East Seventh; Mrs. B, E. Walker. Houstonia. Dismissed: William Miller, Route 1; .Mrs. Jim K. Larimore. Green Ridge; George Funk, Hughesville; Mrs. Grace Yarnell, 519 South Barrett; Mrs. Leonard Craig, and Ronnie Dale, Warrensburg. In Other Hospitals william Curtis, 1311 East 11th. has entered the Missouri Pacific Hospital in St. Louis for medical treatment. Linda .Marie Templeton, 9-month- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Templeton, 1424 East Fourth, was admitted to Children’s Mercy Hospital April 20. W1 L. Hunnbird, KiK)b Noster, underwent siffgery recently at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. Mrs. Eva L. Hansdrough, LaMonte, underwent surgery at St. Mary’s Hospital, Kansas Oty, she was admitted April 13. Mrs. HMna Streeter, 1222 East Fifth, has returned fr(M« Research Hospital, Kansas City, where she underwent surgery ^ril 3. Roy Richardson, son of Mrs. Bert Richardson, Kansas Cky, formerly of Sedalia, has been admitted to the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kuisas City, Kan. Magitfraf« Court Clarence Henley, 106 Autumn, was fined $100 and costs Saturday morning on careless and imprudent driving charges. Henley pleaded guilty. DAILY RECORD Mairiifo Licontoi Louis Henry Horrell, Lutesville, and Ruth Ann Brosch, Route 2. Glenn O. Atkinson, Elkhart, Ind., and Ruth Anne Harrison, LaMonte. Fir«« The fire companies answered three fire alarms Friday. The first was at 11:56 a.m. to 105 South Prospect to a burning garage occupied by H. M. McFatrich, and owned by 0. L. Funder. About $200 damage resulted from the fire. Fire also spread to a garage and fence at 107 South Prospect, the residence of Maggie Conner. The cause of the fire was thought to be burning trash. 'Hie second alarm was answered at 12:31 p.m. to 2520 East Broadway to the residence of J. C. Garmlick where burning trash had gotten out of control. No damage resulted. At 1:41 p.m., the companies made a run to 125 East Jack.spn where a grass fire was in progress. No damage resulted from the fire. Polic« Reports A report was received from the Steven.son-Lewis Tractor Co.. Main and Lamine, reported vandals had .slashed the V-belt.s on three combines parked on their lot at Third and Hancock. Damage of about $25 was done. Mrs. E. A. Russell. 824 West 20th, reported to the police the loss of two keys in a brown snap case, sometime Saturday morning. US Trea«ury Needs Agent Applications Men with criminal investigative experience or appropriate police science, legal, pharmacy or business administration education are needed by the Treasury Department to fill treasury enforcement agent positions, paying $4,525 a year with opportunity for advancement. Further information may be obtained from W1 E. Botts, local secretary, at the Sedalia post office. Agents Have Meeting The agents of Pettis, Sinclair and Benton Counties met at the Warsaw courthouse Monday afternoon, April 16, to make plans for the 4-H Club this summer. 'The 4-^H members in the three counties will camp at Camp Bob White during the month of August. We Offer For your soleciion, over 250 memorials in America's leading granites« priced from $25.00« lettered and carved as only experts can. No matter what you pay« you will be proud of the monument or marker you buy here. HEYNEN MONUMENT CO. 301 East Third St. The State Patrol reported to the Sedalia police a half-ton truck stolen from Morgan County sometime Tuesday, April 17. The truck was found about 10:45 a.m. Saturday parked in the 500 block on West Pettis. Accidetita Mrs. William A. Schien, 504 South Grand, suffered minor injuries in a three-car accident on U. S. Highway 50 about two miles east of 71- by pass about 9 p. m. Friday. Mr. Schien, driver of their car was not hurt. According to the State Highway Patrol, a 1954 Buick hard top sedan driven by Kenney Williamson, 19, Lee’s Summit was headed east on the highway and had stopped to make a let turn. A 1949 Ford sedan driven by Walter Bell, 20, Kansas City, following had stopped for the Williamson car. The 1955 Buick sedan of Schien following behind failed to stop and collided with the rear end of the Bell car knocking it into the Williamson vehicle. The Williamson car was damaged on the rear portion but was drive away from the scene. The front and rear end of the Bell car, and the front end of the Schien vehicle were extensively damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Schien continued their trip on to Sedalia in a taxi cab. Mrs. Schien suffered an injury to her nose, sprained ankle and bruises. Bell was reported to have suffered a possible fracture of the right arm. A 1948 Chevrolet driven by William Holman overturned on the east curve of an S curve at 32nd and Ingram. Holman was driving north on Ingram at 10:05 p.m. Friday when the accident occurred. Police found the back window to the Homan Garage, Main and Grand, open. It was closed by officers at 11:45 p.m. The service door to the Telephone Company was found unlocked by the police at 10:08 p.m. Friday. The telephone operators were notified and the door was locked. Edwin LeRoy Eilenstein, Lebanon, was fined $25 and costs Saturday morning on charges of pass- ng where view was obstructed. Eilenstein pleaded guilty. Royce Dean Roberta, Kansas City, was fined $25 and costs Saturday morning on charges of passing where view was obstmct- ed. Roberts pleaded guilty. Robert A. Haase, Cole Camp, was fined $25 and costs Saturday morning on charges of passing where view was obstructed. Haase pleaded guilty. Samuel Sutherland was fined $5 and costs on a charge of having an improper license. Sutherland pleaded guilty. Lorenz Edward Ordeheide, Jefferson City, was fined $25 and costs Saturday morning on a charge of passing where view was obstructed. Ordeheide pleaded guilty. A prowler was reported at 819 East 15th by the police at 9:37 p.m. Friday. Police investigated but the person was gone when police arrived. Police in checking business houses Friday night found the key in the door at the Central Coal Co. The owner was notified and locked the door and took the key. C. W. Thompson, 201 South Lamine, reported the loss of a brief case in Sedalia some place near the Labor Temple. It was found by John Kelly and returned to the owner. Larry Koch, 400 South Brown, reported to the police his Hawthorne bicycle stolen from in front of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, at Broadway and Massachusetts, while he was attending Smith-Cotton High School. Dr. George Ravism, Kansas City, Mo., reported to the police that whUe eating at'Beverly’s jn West Broadway, someone broke into his car by prying open the vent. Taken from the car was a doctor’s case, a brief case, and an overnight bag. The doctor’s kit contained instruments and medi cal supplies. They were stolen be tween 5:35 and 6 p.m. Saturday. Two cars were damaged in a collision at 11th and New York about 7:01 a.m. Saturday. Occupants escaped injury. Involved were a 1953 Ford tudor sedan driven by Leo E. Rehmer, Ottervllle, who was driving west on nth, and a 1946 Chrysler sedan driven by Albert Otto Heisterburg, 817 East Fifth, who was going north on New York. The front end of the Chrysler was damaged and both sides of the Ford damaged when it turned over. Police made an investigation. It was accident No. 160 for Sedalia. There were only 162 for the same period in 1955. Circuit Court John W. WaU filed a peUtion for $11,500 damages Friday against Marvin Lee Dawson. The damages were allegedly incurred in an accident between a car driven by Wall and a car driven by Dawson. The accident occurred on August 19, 1955, when both cars were traveling in a southerly direction on North Highway 65. County Court Willard Phillips was paid a bounty of $7,50 for three young wolf scalps. Police Court Harry Trotter, 722 East Ninth, charged with parking on the west side of Engineer, a no-parking area, forfeited $2. Wm Pro-Rate Fund Balance Of Playhouse After several unsuccessfid efforts to reorganize the now inactive Sedalia Community Playhouse, which was dissolved late in 1954, the former board of directors and its officers voted recently to pro-rate the balance of funds in the treasury and return this to the former active and sustaining membership. According to Frank Evans, former president of the organizatidn, each active and sustaining member, who purchased season tickets during the 1954-55 Community Playhouse season, is entitled to 40 percent of the original purchase price of that membership providing that he can show some evidence of the validity of his claim. The membership card itself will serve as title to the refund or a cancelled check ft»* the season ticket will also make the refund valid. Claims for the membership refunds will be honored until June 30, 1956. Any balance of the unclaimed funds will be donated to some worthy charity. Requests for refunds may be directed to Mrs. Ijconard Peabody, former treasurer of the Sedalia Community Playhouse, who resides at 814 West Fourth Street. It is suggested that the tickets or some other means of proof that season tickets were purchased during the 1954-55 season be mailed to Mrs. Peabody, who will in turn issue a check upon receipt of the request. It was explaintni by Evans that the properties owned by the defunct organization will be donated to active drama groups in this area, such as high school, grade school, and community organizations. There are a number of set flats, hand properties, set lumber, and used tools in this group. The Sedalia Community Playhouse voted to disband over a year ago when it was found that each production became more difficult to stage because the lack of numbers who cared to try’out for the plays. This was particularly true for the male roles of the Community Playhouse productions. fined $5 by Judge Willard Morris. Nine overtime parkers failed to appear in police court and their $1 cash bonds were ordered forfeited. There were 45 who paid the 25-ccnt fee. 'The Rev. C. T. Bricker, 512 West Johnson, charged with parking on the west side of Engineer, a no­ parking area, forfeited a $2 cash bond. Broadway Presbyterian Church Broadway at Kenlncky Ave. Sunday School 9;30 a. m. Worship Service 10:45 a.m. Sermon: “The Door of Obedience.** D. W’arren Neal, Pastor. Millard C, Hume, Jr., 1901 South | Stewart, charged with running aj red light at Fourth and Ohio, for-! feited a $5.00 cash bond. Ellis K. Lopez, 28, 231 South Vermont, charged with attempting to drive while under the influence of intoxicating beverage, failed to appear in police court and his $50 cash bond was ordered forfeited. Children were reported stealing the red electric light bulbs on construction at the Sacred Heart School. They were gone when police arrived. Bob Swearingen, 518 East 13th, reported to the police two chrome ■exhaust extension cap« were taken from his car while parked in front of hi« home. John Barney Dillon, 62, LaMonte, charged with driving a car while intoxicated, was fined $100 by Judge Willard Morris, in police court. He pleaded innocent to the charge. David Sheridan, 18, of 1025 East 24th, charged with parking in a restricted area, Calvary Cemetery, after dark, pleaded guilty and was Double Monuments $100 and up Single Markers $20 and up If you would like to .see our memorials and you don’t have transportation, call us, we'll pick you up and there will be no obligation. Before yon make any arrangements be sure to get our low prices. We won’t be undersold! SEDALIA Monument Works zm E. Bdwy. Phone 207 pi liipf' XV« can but funeral nome puW'C. IH at- OSAGE ROBERT CLOUGH Roliert Clough Will Address Rotary Club Robert Clough, state 4-H leader from the University of Missouri, Columbia, will be the guest speaker Monday night at a meeting in Bothwell Hotel of the Rotary Club. The speaker, will be introduced by Martin Goodrich, program chairman. The program is sponsored by the rural-urban committee, comprised of Merle Vaughan, Oscar DcWolf and O. W. Wiley. All of the Pettis County 4-H Club presidents and the community leaders of their clubs will attend the dinner as guests of the dub. DinntT will begin at 7;^ p.m. County Cancer Society Unit Arranges Showing Of Educational Film Tlie Pettis County unit of the American Cancer Society has arranged for the showing of an educational film for women Wedne.s- day, April 25. There will be two showings Wednesday morning for the downtown women employees, the first showing at 9 a.m. and the second one at 9:45 a.m. The downtown merchants and professional men are urged to make these times available to their women employees in order that they may see this worthwhile film. The morning showing is at the Uptown Theatre. In the afternoon there will be a showing at 2 p.m. at the Fox Theatre open to all women. The film “Breast Self - Examina­ tion’’ has been shown and is being shown throughout the nation this month in connection with the educational program of the American Cancer Society. The showings of this film are free and no contributions will be collected at this* showings. Horace Mann Parents’ Class Meets Wednesday The Parent Education Class of Horace Mann School will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, in the teachers’ lounge at Horace MSnn. (bounty NFO Meet For Moiitlay Is Foslpoiieti The meeting of the I’ettis County Chapter of the National Farmers Organization which was scheduled for .Monday night. April 23, has been postponed, Olen Downs, president announced. The next regular meeting of the local organization is scheduled for the fourth Monday of .May which is May 28. The reason for the postponement of the meeting this week was due to the lack of being able to secure good speakers from the National organization due to prior commitments. The organization has voted to hold regular meetings once each month, they to be on the fourth Monday of the month. FOR FUTURE MAINTENANCE A FUND IN TRUST NOW $30«477.44 AND GROWING BY MONTHLY DEPOSITS AND INTEREST Sedalia MEMORIAL ' PARK Cemetery NON-SECTARIAN J. R. Smetana. Supt. P.O. BOX 145 Phone 971 Residence 3099 Sedalia. 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