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Chillicothe, Missouri
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^eocf, Use CoftfM'pn-7f/%j£ Wait Mi Cl-ASJIfllD ADVIRTISINO INFORMATIOM · Followtoj 11 the 1, 3, ind Miji, ' - · · " - .idvertijiiig The c»h raw U rffocb,. » . paid for within seven AIM jttMt ihe,flr»l Insertion. ,»thenrtM L iSSsruT ikipf^**- · b " u " -"·"iu'd al the onetime rate. * . ?*"'· ^f · part£l.^htakiJiji^o,ud Jot u In Hen lUffi u 20c per line. · All «ds ire reitrictedito th«ir ptopw cUDtfieitlaai ind to t .r«ul«r ConsUtuOon-THbune *K-aTt^^ni« pub! »«»·· Ihe rtiht to ,«1H « r»i«*t nay «l»iiiB«' ' - Adrertfiementa ordered (or more thin one Md bWori-tKei-« chwged «f.t_ ; ,, Ittmei tin id appeared ind aojuitmenti will be and* it the ti/jt Announcemenls I CARD OP THANKS My sincere thanKi"to neigli- jfcorB. friends, and relatives -for 'cards, letters';" gifts, "flowers, .Visits, and prayers while I was ,k patient In the Pershing Me- .norlal Hospital. Esther 'Newman (UIM-OYMN television 'adver- ' tised ^eraser, relax, feel better;' release new energy, lose inches. Free Demonstrations. Linda Moseley dealer, BrookfieloY -258-250$; or -Bonnie Silkwood, 646-5104. BAKE SAII6' ' ~ Saturday, April 26, Mart-Drug tloret beginning at"9 a" rh..Eerie- "fit U.M.K.C. Heritage .Singers. .Sponsored by 'C.'ffiT~ .gifis-glee 'ilub. " Back porch"s'sleTSaC ^ inl. .W. on Hwy. 170, rugs, stair car- pe.t'j'clothes,' dislies.' "" ' j sale, 109-A Easf'Jackson, ·Fri. Sat., 9-5, clothing, misc. Porch Clothesline Sale. -O Polk Fri. Sat.;,9 : 5: : 30 S-family garage sjneTjFrT and " Sat., 9 a. m.-6p. in'., lUO ,C,al- houn. Clothings, lots of houjse- hold items, misc. ^Porch Sale 'Corner of "Martin Gale liiday _and igaturjlay Clothesline Sale Sat, 8 a. m.-l p.m. ""· 638 St.Iouisr " .Garage .Sale Sat,' April 26, 8-5 205 Second Street ".Garage sale, 8-5 Frl.T'-'.til ;2 .p. m. SJt, '-307 "-Eleventh, gas range, table and chairs, clothes, flag and,Siding," AH Types . """·J'ree -Estlniat^l ~" Insured -^qrliers, J25 .jrs.. -Exp. ^Cr^anm^""^^^^^ .64? "Eloth'ingl'aleTipi'SoUf street SatMaay; .April f ........ . CarBofr^Bale^Fri:, -I'M a.m." :{o 7:3p":p;.in.,' 'J.212 'CaJBoun. p abarp at .the Artiste -Beau" u np. 'Open -Monday -ffiru fi - --Ojpefato're:" -Mn ^ena 'Jordan, Cliar,, inhbtf, Chuleoe'-Rob-. "«·',' -Mafy"-Howe. Fipr appoirit- 'fceriis" ',fel6-3742. " " Use.Oui elassiHed Axis Dry cleaning -is part pr^your ' spring" iious^e" .cleaninR. 'Now ~iai$~*3fyiSS:h pry' "cleaning -'units jiay.e .Ijeon 'installed at Hammond Np'i^c'"^^!.^.*! at .SouUitp,wh Shopping Ceiijer to TjjSp.'yyif: -Your'.clothiiig 'Will ·be ".cleaned "in" the Jriost gentle "and "modern jvhy. "-Excellent ami-immediate service at -lie Norge"-ymage: 'SouUitp)vn' Shopping fienter enton Jaycee's ,Cun, "Ahtiq^e~' Coin Show 'Rock' Barn, Highway" 65 Trent?h, -Missouri '"April '26-27' "BaseTnent sale, .423 -Third, .this vee^'," "open 'days .and .ey.eninfis, ?0" .clec." range, ggod clothing, drapes. £bsc 'jveighTsaiely"with Dfadex 'TabUts 'Only $ .98 at Olarjc's Rexall Driigs." ..jr.nik Contrlil It you see fiyliig auts «wuna TOUT house; you may have ler- ttlte«7 Call -or 1 .write "for Ifee IniiecUohrCall Collect. Trentaa- A A Termite Control U you have jot received your Constitution - Tribune by 6:30 646-1519. Your paper will t* delivered to JMU if the call is received by 7:15. Make a note of the above phone Dumber for handy references Automotive 'frl Bel Air Chevy, good cond., auto, shift, G cyl., good tires. Ida Rounklcs, 745-2577 eve. I960 Chevrolet, new tires^ ~good shapci G'en Worth. " Phone 622-3522, Tina. 1933 Chevj- V£-ton pickup. See at Courtncy-V^od Oil Co., S29 Jackson. Business Opportunities Reduced for Immediate sale-- « medium sized supermarket showing A nice profit. Owner must sell to fill other business position. For more information, write: Bo* XO.'c/d'Car.- rollion Democrat, Carrolllon, Mo. Us* Our Classified M» fmpjoyment re Satimin Wanted mer Tire Supply' Co. apeoth», Mo. Wanted-- Permanent housekeip- er. Liberal salary. Ph. M6- iWanted -- 'Experienced 6'cautii- up good .following in Chillicothe. Write' Box 77, c/o this paper. Man for work at Windmoor Serv(ce ^tation,' prefer older rnan, ' ' ·-Wapted" .BJiiaole milk truck driver. 64i ; 2789 or 646-3020. " 'Women"~wanted for sewing ml* chine operatou and leather euttera",-,»ill".train. Apply it Mo. : Emp. Serv., S07 WllB- Inaton."" · - ' Openings for experienced seiR- " Mh'g'.'niacfiine 1 ' operators r Applj ' ' -^ Experienced sewing machine operators and leather cutter*. Apply at Boss MIR. C o . ' | Permanent laborers to woW hog farm. Must be reliabe, -hard workers. $100 per",\yeek f iid up, 5 full days. 2 half ,4ajys. Opportunity for ad- ^ancement. Phone evenings. Frank '^ajtolosky, Mgr., 3592562 .or "James 't,V, Roberts, 359-3430. * " '" SALESMAN" WANTED ^lary -- Commission - -Bonus, ·~A11" Company Bene£its,"JBxqa- ! leht'^pfesetlt income witK'"^- portunity for advancement.! · See Manager of Gambles, 'Chillicothe, Mo. 4-6drm. house, 2 baths, partly #urnis.h"ed, '-2-£ar gar., 1C61 Tpniir "-;;.~^ r - on premises. " HELP WANTED --"Full-time "man; part ^emiitrailer driy,er and part ' warehouse "work. Place's Warehouse, -Bettany.i "Missouri "" ,Want a .nice -vacation .^hia .yeap-T 'St^rt "ip" -earn ".for it",toJday«, ·JS'U -tell -xou".i?o^ ^XSW « ·help. -Tetritory opening in , - ' " '" - ·Trenton, Mo -Knovn -firm. -Excellent -pa^,: " -fringes" "potenti^ir -Excellent. rtr'alnihg, ·£plic i 3es'; conditions. References, 'employment .rei- "brd,'educ,ajion"with tragscript, salary desired, rnilitary an'd- family status.' ; 0 s wn handyr^t- 'ihg."Adv'a'nced 'degre'es'^^rtic- 'ularly" ' welcon\e! ' ' Prpgramj implement -present JeduSauM.' Replies confidential'. "' "~ ~ "' · ' ' ' . . St. Joseph, Wisajiuri J4$02 Married man for .farm ,wprjt. "-Must be "able to' oj/n mod.' farhi -niacliinery. Top -wages plus bbnus'if you can qualify. Merte'-Dougher'lj. Phot^ .684- Complete custom drapery and "Interior planning ier.vice. fi» :fimates ' ,)SiUi6ut ' 4ll«atron. for appolnuneat, DQQ$£ .CL |- iltoZ BaKKs'Drapcries -Decorating ' Service, 356 ''Skyline Dfr Broosfield. Mo. " Insurapce f«i ALLEN M t AS5I3CIATSS Allen Moon- Flick GlrdMr John Ford Ask us about our autompbfle program for under age',"6ver age" and cancelled poUciea. Mobile Homes Insurance 511 Washington Ph. 646-3J3S ' '«.(.' HOTCHlNSON INSURANCE Auto - Homeowners - Life DAVID .WALKER State £an EWi W6-33U DONSAALEIiilSURANet" Auto-- Honw Owners--Fin 819 North WashinKJon Business Phone MS-1825 Kanan Insurance Agency Abstracts - Real Estate 103 Webster Dial 646-3057 ALLSTATE IIISURANCI Sears Store. Chillicothe Hurry's," Wheeling, Mo. STATOI4 · JINKU4CJ ' Auto - Homeowners · Fire 3rd t Washington. 6-16-5244 Loans Want an Company Firm Lean? See Jerry Broylea, Hetlior U* Waahlutn St, _ MMW L-B.,C.,"-Pre;Ci\t Hpn\es ·From'-your plans ''or "dura.' F,t ' "Hetalls "and' "catalogues, ~cl 646 : 5518."'Kbbeft Sears; K" er! 'KFB l; ChjUicothe, jj LOIN CITIZENS NATIONAL .BANK MEMseir r. p.i.e. Loisf Found Ixat-Wo man's white gold wristvjatch. Reiv^l. ,^-? Merchants 'Specials Latex Wall Paint, $2.99 tOutside House Paint .pnly -$2.'99 'and .$4.'95 PROST HARDWARE TWLocust "' · '(tent « piano or organ $3 per wk., purchase plan optional. -Canterbury Music.' M? Locust fio; Rejt Good 4-rm. downstairs apt., pvt. bath and carport.. ,heat and water"-pa., lais'.JHonroe. About 1,000 sp. ft. partitioned office space located at C09 Clay St. ^n ground floor with heat and water furnished. Air conditioned. Phone 646-0608." AvailaHle-Ma.y-ir2 bedroom mobile home'^oii large lot, $65. {Glenn Boyles. Phone day 6-i6- 5063, night 646-2705. App. £5 acfes~oTgoo3 "-"pasture, 5 mi. S. of Dawn. Need man -to Jj«£d About .H'-mi.'.ofVnew -fence':".CfUl 'Floyd'"^6\vni'aii, Bogard, : Mo .......... ' 320 «cresT~5ottom".?armTsoiith' ."of .Ch'iliicollif!, easT.of -Soabh: -Jake'.";Contait A'driah 'Crais- jBiites, "oynerl 'Rich -Hill," Mo. JDoynTpwn 3-rm. "furn. apt",: wa,ter pd., $40 per'iiip. Inquire Engelniann's' Shoes. - - - - - - 3-rm7~fur£~a#t, .utlir.'piT", off-st. ' 'arkhig, Vrefcrorice* rexjuired. -Polk. ,646^0146." "· ...... ' Alio (lira, and "linf urn. apts..645 " ' ' ^tew ^-rm. "unfurn. apt" with bath^" "air ""conditioned, ' gas heat, adults. Contact Bud Dupy Hkt."WC-I595. ·Modern home , mi.~JE. Whecl- "' ing JctV," avail. -May'-l. K. A. l, 659^421, ....... ·frailer space, close to jschools "arid stores, gas hookup. 'Good- Jiart's Trailer Ct., .646-2512." Lar^ge unfum. upstairs apt. avail. May 1, S-rm^' unfurh. 'dnT," close .in,' adu.ts, 646 : 4844. 3-rm. furn. apt, newly decora t- ''ed, 1002 -Walnut," $65. 646-3653 or $46.^582: jDreain BouseV completely' car- "'peled,'J4"'bedri?6m's, 2 fir'e- -pla'ces, famUy" room, air conditioned. Lease. 646-4209. Mod. ,4-rnv unfurn. downstairs ' apt..' near 'Field School. Ph. VK$IS6. frailer" spaces with ' concrete "^atios."water -paid. Ph. 646- I7»r after 6:30. Nice 3"-V(?om7urnished ^pt, fieat and water* paid, gar., adults, 646-2578. MODERN 4-ROOM APT. Gas 'furnace, air conditioned, completely furnished, no utilities paid. Phone 646-1776 after 6 p. m. GOOD 3-RW FURN. APT. Phone G4C-1800 Z.BDRM: T R A I L E R in country, ' reasonable,'646-2.178: W'b~ "small" .trailers in Utica. ' Call 646-4101 Wore 9 a . m . or iifter 4 p.'m. ·3-rni." {urn"." house; 2bdrm. furn. apt. Kale B; Buckroan, Broker, 410V4 Clierry, 64S.3778. 5-rm. apt, 1221 Trenton St., near church and across the st. from school, 2 hlks, from public school, off-st. park., 646.3086. 2 and 3 bdrm. houses, fum. and unfurri." apis., mobile homes, sleeping rooms, 646-1800. 50 acres of pasture, cattle only, 8 mi. W. of Chillicothe. Pn. 816-632-2624. MdtcoratMl: 3 or 4 bdrra. Homes; Like n«w! Cent Air, Carpeted, Draped, App's. Raths. G a r a g e s , Patios. fUidyl CAM ITT; Reiltori. 644-4523 Rwl Eslale iw S|l« .OlUer farmMots of city homes 'plve ,us'a ring! ...... Kanan Abstract 'Co:, Inc. "o3 -Webster St ..... ' Joe' ' esman MiHer j!2f .a'cref Jinpr^ed J60 a.cXes l m p r , p X c 5 e , -li\odcrh home', eoqd ^'arn and 'ience', ' plenty L water.' ' .Gle ^W.ortfi. f h; 62M5a27?'ina, Ji -By owner, near now" home" on. " Siu'tliw'eBt Priv.e, 3-bdfm'., fW bsmt., .double' gar.; 'cent; air. fit. W6W?. Arvuia ^bse.'" .4 .A. 3-Edrni. mod, 2 ini. v dn ' -hwy., seU'or'^trade." 2 A.;3;hdrm., ne'ar'^new, bsBvt. 'Several 3-bdrnY. homes, '-bsniti'., ' -large -lots'.' ................ ROGER ELLIOTT, BROKER ' ' ' ' State -Bank Building " Phone ,646-3917 Farms -- Homes Business Properties Praqtically" new ~ 3-bdrni.V full * bsmt., dbl.' gar.; b\vn^er ;Ieav- ing town, 6% loan, worth the money. Good 2-bdrm. ( 3 blocks from square, going to sell. 2-bdrm., fireplace, basement, gar., close in, SUjSOO. ' , New 3-bdrm.7' full ' bsmt., dbl,, gar. I : hay,e many good listings and appreciate others.' " " ' JEFF BURNAM, BROKER '^15 .lyalnut.'Th. $$$$ ' D ^ r ,v.,. l -,iAUFm«flC!WR* Prefabricated for .the .finest, : ii:w ^ ^-^ *"-' cost -fc-ssessrciN NOW-20 A. Hw^. r 36 ^ocatipn, 5 mi. Ollt," rip improyements. ^0 A, out, .mod.V'HwyV'-io^ation. 27 A. out, water, stpte road,"" ' ·?0 A. -fen,ced| no Building. 1 -', -7 ml. 65 A. mod., everything -you .need. ( 520"A. improved, .400 .cult., ·29% ".down,''bal."-financed."" S30'A. mod., 45t) cu\t"., 29% down, s bal. financed, -160 A.'rearcloseY'nice" ho_n\e. ·Plenty of city homes -for' sale. Arthur Wilson ·Kcal Estate Broker 522Vi Jabk'^on'-Sti;^et Ph." 646-4063 or '646-5985 -Ne "' ~"V,FARMS," FOR SALEl~ .LARCEtsmall: .Grass, Grain, Combinations, WE have 'em! Let us know ,youi' -needs, xBuy? Sell^ Trade? ' L/.E CASSITY; ' I F L B / ' 1G-.J823 T . ' c r s s ( - . . from Post Office) .'(a.crpss This Is Nifty If You're Thrifty! "$7,000, Spacious ^'Vjtiur'otim ;1iomc, ^2 baths,' paneled living ·room, gas ifu'rnace and'.fia'rage , /^oye'jR^h't In! $l l -12D/Are-ypii '-in -need .of a hoine ' now. "It's "availab'le.' -3' :bedi ; 6oms, .bath, living room, kUchon,' ^tt^ched garflgc, gas furnace 'and.aluin- fnuhi storm" -wmdows'.' ...... ,Built .By A .Builder! ' Available ,no\v,"£ bctti-ooThs, aV4'-bauis, "storage ' galbr,c," gas 'furnace 'and" central air. JERRY BRpYLES, REALTOR ' Mildred -Kilt" "Saleslady ' " 'SIS' Washington' Street Phone 646-5231 pr '646-0593 55 "acre's, 5-Voom'imme, .barn and other buildings, all in grass, 51.1,500. 20 'acres unim- -provcd, $2,000; 8" mi. W. of Chillicothe. 816-632-2624. Quility Homes, Beautiful Home* " 4 bdrms"., 3 bdrhis, 2 bdrms. See Ralph S. Bartlett at r-- -Phone 6-16-2092. " 3 bdrm ? fireplace, central air. built-in appliances, finaricea 5'/«%. ' 3 bdrm, central air, finished basement, $17,500. Neat, clean, 2 bdrm home^-new 'carpet,' 2 car garage, $10,500. 3 bdrm home, 7 yre. old, bath and half, full basement, has large finished room", immediate possession. New 3 bdrm home with walkout basement, 2 -car attached garage, $21,000. ' ' 1GO A. grass farm, 100 A. tillable, 3 bdrm home, in Chilli- colhc -school district, $225 acre 180 A, well improved, mostly tillable, close to Chillicothe." .40 A, 2 bdrm modern home, part panelled. GLENN BOYLES, REALTOR 41fl ".Washington St. Office: 646-5063; Home": 646-2705 " Fred Lin'vlllc: r646-2354' Chester Wilson: 64W1533 Leaving town, will show 3-bdrm homo, 141G Fair, Wed.. Fri., Sat., and Sun. G46-3G22. House at 1309 Clay St., reasonable price. 646-3682, inquire at Akors Trailer Ct. IMMEDIATE p C C U P A NCY available on tliis just-now, completing brand-new brjrk- trim 3 harm, home on spa- "clous corner Jot. Carpeting throughout. 2'/j baths. Full basement. Central air. Utility room. DininiJ room, Bnillin GE stove, dishwasher. Double garage. Sodded lawn. Curb and guttered--$28,soo. NEW LISTING-3 hdrm. home with'attached garage. Central air. Fireplace. Builtin stove and oven. Full price~S20,OW). 75% financing can be assumed at S'/i'« intercjtt. 3V 3 BLOCKS 'PROM SOUARE- Newly redecorated 5 room house with basement, (las f u r - nace. New carpclinj,'. Ixiw, low price of onlv $9/XX. CHRISTISON DEAL ESTATE 501 Washington Street Phone W6-2-190 eUtDNER . FORD, R E A L T O R S Ml W'asfiinlllnn Call fM:mt ,; r,!^.2'iM 1'. J. XulIiK. Salrsman Pbona 616 lit? n99f BffWITM fff STffTM *nd iifi '2-suiry ~ ,0n east ( ' scbpols home I -Jutchim "with 'flobr'-v/aslUnfi 'rm. 1 , fcjjaM^di^ig7W.,~i do\yn,"' assume '$1^,000. YOM? ( CI Qt |our'-'-~ T --' HICKORY .HILLS One of the nicest' home on the 'aharket' today. -This comfortable ranch features 3 bdrihs., 2 batlip, 2 fireplaces, $bl."ga- 'ra'ge, "'central "air",' walkout b'asement, beautifully landscaped, double lot. $34,000. DICKINSON REALTY 300 Washington Ask "for Gra'ce Edwards Open For .In section Sunday, April 27 " 3 bedroom home Located at ,1727 'Fairchlld -By O.whef 5-rrai modern house in Ayalpn. ' Ph. 636-2527 a^ter 6':^ ,OT ,w,rite Bojc"|fe6, A-Valon. ^hgiis'bi.U^r2 "years"bl3". Lloyd \Wailaee! -^rjiymer, ilij. Phone _^S-232fl: * '"· ' ' ear new -home, 4 bedroom?, 'iiv. -rm"., dining rm., kitchen', den, family rm.r a VST 'batlis, a.^c^ed ^quble ,ga.rage. lliis ·hom,e hap ail : tlie ,e^ such ]as aiirepl^ce^central a»r con- dltipmng, carpetrhgr^ritercqm, , 'fenced ba'ck y^rd, ,an'd apun-' "daht" shrubbery." '61^% "'loan -may 'be' ' assuiried. "Way" "acen any evening or ,.weeko4d. .Charles Seward,.»iO Fairlane, : - iale Reg. Spotted Poland China ' " Boars. ' .Gep. ··Rob'erts, jr., MooresviUe, -JPiono -755-^348. "Orcier your chicks for early de- ·livery. We will .handle most all breeds'; There is usually a shortage bri eggs 'in fall and' ^winter months. Hutchison*! Feed and Service. 646-2541.. ' ' For regular wheels ".GulfProdiicifl " We give lircRn Stamt* ,80,3 Atfcntion Fishermen! Worm" Bedding" ' that" ceps worms to\igli and lively. Ted Ma'mrick" Kofrig. 453 Ixwust. Early' c'abtia'gc, fo'm(o^ popper, pansles, gcrnniiim.s, rhifms, SEAMAN'S GREENHOUSE ' iWl'-WestTPolk" Open every day ·including Sundays, -1:30 p..m.-7;30 p.m. TRV\OU(l LEMON OIL And Guardsman Oldsning Poliab ..... BALDWINS · Will sacrifice' equity,' "1068' zigzag sowing machine, makes button holies, hems, fancy designs. Assume ,bal. of »2i.95 "or ,4 paymc'pl£ f .646-0687. "Hog fagujieji, A-type, jslJp lid, delivered. Ivan Dolao, 'Juooics- ..... " ' · New/ used Sewing mach". ierv. all" raakM. PoindexUr Sew. Mach:"Serv- TRUSSES A SUPPORTS Qualified Kilter to Serve You 1 CLARK'S REXALL DRUG Ilefiistcred Hampshire boars, open gilt£," Tom Earl, Brcck- enridgc, 646-5054.' York, boars, choice bloodlines, ready for sorv. Minnick Bros., HKD 3, Janicsport', 772-H19. Must sell Drcsfimaker zigzag, '68. buttonholes, monograms, fimhroklers, fancy designs, $21.10 cash or 5 payments of $-1.10. 646-3454 after 3. 48" rolf-away bed, $20; table lamps, $5 ca.; portable clec. Clothes dryer, $8; transistor radio, $5. 646-2355. Wayne and Clark 63 beans grown from Reg. seed, $3 bu. at bins. Robert Sears, KFD 1, ChQlkoUie, 646-5518. RUGS a slight? Company coming? Clean them right with Blue Lugtrc. Rent electric shampoocr $1. Nichols' Paint Store. W R I N G E R WASHERS OLD- FASHIONED? Not »nj- more than the dirt.y cloUi«5 * they clean. Sec our low-priced Speed Queen today. Clark's Appliance TV, 835 S. Washington. FEEDER PIGS FOR SALE 1,000 feeder pigs for sale at Cooperative Pig Sale. April 28 .-, mile souUi of tlroofcficld, MUsourl, at ,4-H Fair f Agricultural" Grouwts. All pif^.s vaccinated for cryKipela* nnrl given serum anI fresh from f a r m on day of sale. Sale KlarU at 8 p. m. (DST) lunch" served on the grounds. C. C. McOheft sale manager, Throe 1 1 - f i . opfn f t u s s m a n fror. .FiJfSalP !.- Baldwin 20% Piscpunt During Affil On Schelrich W6-0S3 for Free Estimates QEIER'S SIS Locust Street {3billicotlie, (li$SQifl!l J!'j70' 3 bcdrobnis,' Ks batlis, fully carpeted 1 ;t furu. f J335 12 ,widei[ 2 beilrobms .... 3395 J.S JCgeiJj bc,cioo(ii · : · ·. ?535 Why huit^com.e 'direct to us Free" deliye'ry and^yet-iip"' ]ti(9 .dowzijiymtV on" "used homes ' Pay "like" rent" ' pen 7 days per" week E'S MOfclLE HOMES Highway 63'Nprtl) " Kirk'sville, Missouri "Phoae: 81.6-665-.W72 SWITCH TO SOFT WATER . . . arid start enjoying luxury liv- inc Uiat actually saves jnoncy wflh a'Centur.i' Water Softener: See CllilUcbtho ' Skclga'i Seryice, .419 Locust, GMlliccj- tlie, Mo., for a' f R E E home survey: Ph. 646.4041. " Siamese Kittens 1 Box Brbkeu' Phone 638-3716, Chula RestMii-ant range, 6 burners, iffUl," "and " oven, good ' con. 1 , ------"- *:quUi.c,t' Haiokl'c t^s For fcjg'm'Roflt.'iJ -anodeu ,^o .choose from, s,onie air-conditiQfl'ed. Elsea Trailer Sales,"542 B. Lacy St., Marshall, Mo. JVcekond Hours; Saturday $ to 5," Sunday-I to.C. --- ""-Public Auctibii Sat, April 26, 1 p. JH. Eurdln, TMo., Highway 5 Furniture ' arid antiques. -Mary ail Estntc. Anti^e '.cider pr^egs, apj^le pcc^ei'.s. hickory .bottom chairs, ahsouia .c^ock, ;Clur\a clock', 2 writing .desks. dinner b'ell',' and otlier items. ""XtuEh'.Campbell/'Auct. 1 See. PoHed i^ercioi-J bulls- fraesnor P.pHed Hereford Farrh', 'MeadvUle, Mo. Puohc " ' Twmites arc uwjirrning, cnll 1 day-night for inspcc. and cstim., C46-S700. Jay's Extcr-' ihiriatlng'Co. -For your prot*c-' tion always, call your local man. All Majces of Furoucr.1 Cleaned ant: Repaired C. J. Archer ,- 6,46-0150 C J CARPET CLEANERS Carpets and upholstery done professionally in your home. G4G-2S79, '640-0883. ' ' STILL'S DIGGING SERVICE Water, lower lines -- basement septics -- backfilling -- footings. R D. Still. 645-267.1 or 645-5707 MINNI5 TRENCHING SERV. Water, gas eewer lines, septic Links, back filling, Jim Minnis, 6-IG-]!)85. WE FIX IT Stewart's Welding, MG-3982 Lawn mowers, 2 and 4 cycle engine!] repaired, and craiik- pliafts slralglitencd. Ovcrton Motor Sales Electrolux hoi.dcd representative for sales and service. 1'h. frlG-5171. HANSEN UPHOLSTERY Now Open! 432 Washington --G40-0908 Hoof in fi roof repairing, Jill kinds, work guaranteed, free estimate. Claude Maples, 6142101 after 5:30, ilrecjcen ridge. Montgomery Ward is your Official State Vehicle Inspection Station. Phone our Auto Service Center, C4G-1711, for an up. pointmcnt. HESS REPAIR SHOP 517 S. Washinston-T.fyl6.H90 Have new lawn mowers, garden tillers for sale. Ilepair service on lawn mowers, garden tillers, outboard motors, vacuum cleaners, icwing machines-all makes. FARM T I R E S E R V I C E Complete on Uie farm tractor tire tervUe-- with or without fluid. Anderson's Sinclair Service, Ph. 646-2705. Goodyear Tim. MAYTAG S E R V I C E A PARTS Moved to 615 Vine, 3fl yrs. exp., Hirry Cohurn, 646-1A24. Septic Tank* Cleaned and shallow wells up lo 25 (t AW-1320 Piino Tuning -- Repair Service Knight Piano ialc.1. Thomas S. Reed, P.T.G. member. RFD 5, Chlllicothe. 16-I823, or H no answer call 646-3^25. Maytag Sales Service Koehl^- Appliance Service 809 ?:im. 6-16-0506 or G46-082S T I R E TROUBLES?? "W« Fl« 'Eml" OtvTht-Farm Ttr* S*rvk« Fast, Guaranteed Servke Ixianer TlrM F R A N K L I N ' S ONE STOP Chlllleolht. Mo.. «4iH301 'iartl'-n rotovflting. I'oscy's Tvaftoi Ii Implement, 5B33M Services Roofing, repairing, remodeling. Call R. D. Childs (or Free estimates. 636-2325 Avalon' collect or 646-1832. WE NOW HAVE A BEAR A L I G N I N G M A C H I N E All Work Guaranteed FRONT E N D A L I G N E D Wheels Balanced Oh Car Ball Joints Checked by Gauge Complete BvaUe Service ' Phone 6-16-4301 [or App't. FRAN|a(N'S ONE STOP For General Electric Service Phone 646-340) VjC WOOD A P P L I A N C E S « TV Wanted I will wash and do up all kinds of crochet work, tablecloths and frillic doilies. Also make crocheting and afghans. Pho. 6-1G-3816. Agricultural limestone, rock phos fertilizer hauling "and spreading. J. C. Hicks. Mead- viHe, Mo., 938-2585 or T R Soil Service, luc,, Chillicothe. 646-2589. I want position as a housekeeper for elderly lady or couple. 646-0927. ' ' Foundatjcm and cempht work, re m'od cling." ' Royer " Akers, Harvester Road. Ph. 6-IG-3083. Want to rent-- unfurn. 1st floor apt, liv. rm., tJdriu.. dinette, kft, hath.' Write: Box 12. c/o (his paper. Yards To Mow Hedges To Trim phone C-lG-4007 Concrete, foundation, sida walk, block work, remodel; rebuild. Homer Howe, Wheeling, 0593085. WANTED TO RENT-- Nice a or 4 ' room furn. apt., prefer downstairs, good location'. Nucd arpund middle of Way. Wfite:"EoV T." care ' of 'The Const ilulion-Trilninc. LAWN MOWING J.OB Phono G46-1887' ' Scrap iron, batteries, radiators, copper, brass, all metals. Wo bu.y old cars, lie Liberia, C4S- 5410, 6-3307. ' ' ' ' "' We Buy Old Batteries At $.00 Each Rupp Bros. Auto Parts TINA By MRS. BOB COWSERT Rev. Means will spciik nt the United Church Sunday morning. ·The new cabinets have bucn installed and finished in the church biiscmcnS. and Uie now folding doors, classroom dividers, were installed recently. Hev. Dennis DeT'ugh, Norborne, was guest speaker at the Baptist Church Sunday. The Baptist WftIS mot Tues day ii f tern oon at tho homo n M rs. Wesley Edwards. Tho business meeting was conduct.( ed .by ,1110 president, Airs. .Clil- (orl IXqn-is, secretary Jind treasurer's report by Mrs." Lavcro Johnson, nnd roll call was answered with n BLblo verso con* jti\ining tlio -word, least. Seven members nnd one finest, Miss RJioda Nowman. All members .took parL in Urn program taken from, "Hoynl Service." Two get-well cards wcro signed by all. Next meeting will bo nt tho Church, 'May 20, Air, nnd Mrs. Wilbur Neil, Nebraska state, spent several days last week wiUi Ralph Snidor. 'Mr. and Mrs. ]/n Cowscrl spent. Thursday tint! Friday with Mr. nnd (Mrs. Jerry Dinsmoro and f a m i l y nt Independence, Tlio Star Merry Makers extension chil) met \vith Mra. John Waitman Tlmrsdny, 'Mrs. Klza Mobloy was hos- nltallzcd in Cnrroilton last week for medical care. !Mr. nnd Mrs. Darel Burns and daughters spent Friday and Snt- urdny wilh their partuiU. 'Mr. flnd Mrs. Ross JTorsythe spent Sunday with Mr. nod Mrs, A. J. Korsytho aud family in Liberty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boh CoW»rt were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nell Cowscrt at Slot, -Mr, and Mrs, I.QO Cowsort, liodney and ilyan and (Mrs. Terry Cow- srrt nnd Douglas Pctreo were also jjucsts. (Mr. and 'Mrs. Gilbert Manser and Mrs. Edith Dean v}*ited Sit tu relay with Mrs. Mnnscr'n brother, Bel inn go Iunm, nnd Mrs. Iunm nl HughesviJlc, and Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Preston Dunm nt Versailles, in tho afternoon they toured part of the Lake of tho Thursday, ^poMM, )9tf Summers at Avalon. J C. 'B. Berry ma'de a business trip to Kansas City Monday. ' R a y T. Fox, WtchiU,'"lCan., spent Friday and' 'Saturda'y 1 in the C. B. Berry 'home. ' Mrs. Raymond Pitts and her PIIA chapter will 'present the Spring Style 'show 'at 'the' s'ehool May 5 at 8 p.m. Th'e theme this year is "Sidewalk" Cafe." Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cord, B£s- worth, and Gerald £orf and Sheri called on Mr. and Mrt. 3na Corf Sunday. Mrs. Lottie Jenkins spent the ivockcnd with relatives hi Nor- jorne. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Staadjey were Sunday en nrsslgu gtd 1 were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brock, Bogard. J. R. Alexander, Ohio state, Mr. and Mrs. Bill AIex$nijw and Mrs. Daisey Alexander, Norborije, were Thursday supper guests of Mrs. Lottie Jen- tins. Mitchell Herndon spent the ^yeekend with hi? daughter, Mr*, Derail} ' Butler, apd ber"|«nily hi Independence. ' "' Mr. and Mrs. George D*yis. jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Alyin' Davis called on Mrs. P.earj Dayii nt Boswortb Sunday evening, Mrs. Davis returned from" To- pcka, Kan., Sunday where she visited her daughter two weeks, Martin Hockett and Dennis Coridron of the ·Tina-Avalon FFA. chapter, and their advisor, Wayne Alinnick attended' the IT A chapter, and their advisor. Wayne Mimjlek attended the FFA state convention at Columbia Thursday and Friday. Bob* by Tutt was awarded U^e /.'State Farmers Recognition.'.' " Mr, and Mrs. Terry Jones and family, Erc'elsir Springs, pppjit 1 ho" weekend' in the 'Gli worth :iome, Mr. and tyrs. Amos pennin.5- tou, Kansas ' City, went tH* weekend with her mother, Mrs. Hallio Hockett. Rev. and Mrs. Cory.don Hwt- son, Rev. Harry Foley ,and MJH. Wesley Edwards' wero Saturday dinner guests of Airs. Nellie Maltojc ' ' Bob Mattox, and Mr. ind M,w. Tom Murphy and daughter; Kansas City,' spent the weekend wilh" Mrs.' Nellie Mattox. ' "' Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleft Worth called on Vernie Joli.v son, n pnlicnt nt the Milan hop* pital, nnd on Mr. and Mrs* R4b or,t Osborn at Gait. The soii-in-lflw ol Mr. «Q£ Mrs.' WcV Edwards, Daniel Boonc, of Knoxvilto, m had major back surgery April 7 In a hospital there. Ho was placed in n body cast and will be ho** pltalizerl anotlior week. Mr. Edwards spent from Thursday through Saturday with the family. (Mrs. Ruth Orerton, Juaee* port, jspeat la*t ,weet with 'hjir daughter, Mrs. Envert Prl^, air. Prlco, and Kandy. (Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dtorqcfe and Lori, Kewukum, Wu^ spent from Tuesday through ffl* dny with Mr. and Mrs^ BQI CoflJ. vor. AH called on Mr. and MJf* Roy Colllvcr and Mr. and Mfli Dcrnld Fry nt Carrollton. Mrs. Martha White, Oamft' ton, called on Mr. and Mr». Kef Colilver Sunday. [Mrs.' Virginia Water* w%j r»- leased lo her home after a -w^ek in (ho CJiilliroUio hospital. Mr. and ilra. Ona Corf oil^d on Mr, and Mrs. Jack Corf a^d dnughtcrs Sunday. aMr. and Mrs. Harold Wooden^ Bognrd, called on Mr. and ^Hip* Ona Corf on Friday. ' Lnvon Miller callad «· Mra. Dei In llobflrts ta CtrrH' ton Saturday. Mrs. Jack Docker antt rtjO- drnn, Kansas City, spent tlM weekend In tho Gcor«* 3taaa^ dam homo. All called on Mr, nntl Mrs. Bobby Clevenger at Bogard to get acquainted with their neiv granddaughter aa^J niece, NlJw ILoAnn Cloven^er. ( F r a n k Doody, Ilrunswidk.1 c tilled on Mr. and Mra, Edtfaf Smith Friday, 3're-cproUment for the Flift Grade at Tina-^Avalon for Ifl^ 70 term will b« Wedneedaf, April 20. Tho anphomorei of Tina-Am* Ion, their sponsor, and bus drfo- cr, enjoyed the Ice Capades -jU Kansas City last week. sdfaMmem* Ozarks. They report tho dogwood in full bloom. were Sunday dinner pieiU of Mr. and Mrs. .Leroy tollivcr Caylo Collivcr In Liberty. (Mr. and Mrs. Darcl Burns and daughters wnro nho gursts. Na thine llulien and mother, Independence, spent thr week- cod with Mr. Frank Nichols. Mr. ant! Mrs. Chester Garbcr spent Sunday aftcnscon with Mrs. I»tta Stophenson at Snyder. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Hockett, n , ami family, Kansas C i t y spent Tucaday -with Mr. am .Mrs. Clint Hockett. Mr. and -Mrs. Alvin Davbj, BosworUi, called on Mr. and Mrs. George Davia, jr., Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pitts spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I'iUs in' Independence. The u«n attended * ball game there. They *Uo called oa Mr. and Mrs. Dcrald Butler and family. Mr. 3nrl Mr* faster bcr were Sauird.iy supper gu«eU ot Mr. ind MM. JM CORDS, BATTEkllS REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES Ralph Wigfield/ 814 JACKSON ' Phon. 64«-3M1 Qualify! Service! Price! KENRKHART Hvy.«IS.Oi)MI««riM MOM «46-2000

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