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Eldon Advertiser from Eldon, Missouri • 9

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I charivaris at Mary's Home By Mrs. H. I. Hart Mr. and Mrs.

Rondal Shipman MARY'S HOME--Friends gathSEeS. at the new home of Mr. and Bud gave rousing charivarind Also tithem Taylor family of Jefferson City who now own the Bud Hake place, were given a charivari and welcome to our community. Mr. and Mrs.

Ray Cain and family of Kansas City, visited the Raymond Farmer home and other folks here. Ralph Berendzen and Leroy Farmer accompanied J. B. Osterman to Kansas City. Lex Williams and son and Otis Williams, his wife, and daughter, Patricia Elaine, Eldon called on Mrs.

I. Hart one day week. These folks also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roark.

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Farley and Mr. and Mrs. John Farley visited in the Fred Berendzen home one evening last week.

Jess and his wife of South Roxana, are on a week vacation. Mary Ann Berendzen of Chicago also spent a few days with her parents during strawberry picking time. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kempker and spent Sunday in St.

Louis children, the Henry Kinworthy family and had an outing at Forest Park and the zoo for the children. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shinn and children, Billy, Susan, Mary Beth and; Julia Marie, of Laddonia spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Schulte, and Bill remained for the week.

Other visitors with Mrs. Schulte were Jake Kempker and family, Fred Schulte and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo J. Schulte and son, E.

of Eldon. Guests from away By Mrs. Eula Dooley who visited in the home and Mrs. ETTERVILLE Those William Wyrick Saturday and Sunday were Bob Wyrick and Larry Pogel of Kansas City, Mr. and and Mrs.

Marvin Wyrick Janet, Mrs. Oma Moon and Mrs. Owen Surman. Mr. and Mrs.

Johnny Dooley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parsons of Jefferson City. Mr. and Mrs.

Lawrence Popp of Boonville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Popp. Other, visitors Herman Sunday Stroessner were Mr. Donnie of Jefferson City.

Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Harbison were Mr. and Mrs. MonBuster and daughters and roe Miss Dixie Cobington of Eugene.

They accompanied the Harbisons home from Sunday School. Mrs. Livona Burns is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. S.

McClure, of Eldon. Mrs. C. H. Deffenbaugh called Mrs.

H. P. Crane Sunday afon ternoonind Mrs. Robert Jones call- land Cindy and Mr. and Mrs.

I. Hart, spent the weekend in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. a H.

Setzer and Henrietta Hart. B. Mr. Hart remained for a medical check-up. The St.

Martins baseball played Mary's Home last Sunday on our diamond. The score 7 to 6 in favor of Mary's Home. Work has begun on the foundation of the new home of and Mrs. Larry Amos. Footings were poured last week.

A large group assisted at parish hall last Friday when foundation was put in. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hitz family of Jefferson City spent Sunday, in the home Mrs. of her Lambert Schulte, and Justin.

In the ning Bernard Schwaller and ily, Andrew Schulte and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Arens of St. Martins visited there. Mr.

and Mrs. Dick Hamacher land family of Eugene called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hamacher Sunday evening. Mr.

and Mrs. Steve Winters James Leroy Farley, son of and Mrs. Clyde Farley of Jefferson City, called on Mr. and Mrs. John Farley and Mr.

and I. Hart one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Schulte are sending The Autogram their son, L.

W. Schulte, who is in the Army with the Medical and Ambulance department in Knox, Ky. Jane Koetting and Mary Elizabeth Evers are employed now in Jefferson City. Sunday dinner guests in the Norman Hart home were Bill Hart and Wilburn Hart and family of Centralia. at Etterville led on his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones, of Eldon Thursday evening. Stella Wright of Eugene visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.

Otto Sanning. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Graham called on Mr. and Mrs.

C. W. Dooley Monday evening. Larry, Debbie and Cathy Crane of Russellville and Randy Crane of Kansas City are visiting this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

H. P. Crane. McCubbin elected to state office by superintendents Carrol J. McCubbin, Miller county superintendent of schools, was elected second of the Missouri County Superintendents' Association at the annual meeting in Jefferson City.

McCubbin served as president of the Central Missouri County Superintendents' Association inC 1954-'55. MARK EVERY GRAVE Eldon Monument Co. Family Monument FAMILY NAME FRONT AND BACK GRAY $215.00 COMPLETE See Our Display. Call, Write or Phone R. Johnson 449 E.

3rd St. EX 2-5175 After testing all CARLIFE cars, the editors of CAR LIFE, America's THE BEST foremost motoring CAR BUY magazine, chose IN THE U.S.A. RAMBLER HERE'S WHY: "Rambler is a well-made, efficiently designed, comfortable car with outstanding structural strength and rigidity, smooth, quiet economical operation, outstanding maneuverability in traffic and parking, satisfactory roadability, ride and handling, competitive performance, good operating economy and very significantly low ownership costs -in short, it's our choice for overall best buy among U.S. cars." COST: has a lower initial price, and on the basis of current figures will retain a greater percentage of its original cost than any other car anywhere near its price." STYLING: has developed in just three years into one of the most attractive cars on the road." BODY DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION: "Most evident is the solidity of the unit-construction body. On the road there is never a trace of annoying body shake or vibration." INTERIOR: an extremely comfortable car for all six passengers because the centers of both front and rear seats are not crammed down close to the transmission housing and driveshaft tunnel." HANDLING AND ROADABILITY: amazingly responsive and maneuverable at moderate speeds." QUALITY: gets high marks in quality of manufacture." Your Rambler dealer will be glad to give you a reprint of the complete article.

ERNIE JONES AUTO SALES Highway 54 South 19 from Miller county receive degrees from Missouri university C. Nineteen students from Miller County received degrees from the University of Missouri Tuesday. University President Elmer team Ellis also represented President Eisenhower in granting commiswas sions in the armed services to five students from this area. The ceremonies were the 117th Mr. annual Commencement exercises of the University.

Every county in Missouri except one was represented in the graduating class. the There were also graduates from 39 other states and 22 foreign and countries. Those receiving degrees were: par- Eldon: Irma Lee Fleeman, Rte. 3, Bachelor of Science Nursfam-1223' James Theodore Herfurth, N. Spruce, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Robert Dewey Jackson, Master of Science; Judith B.

James, Rte. 3, Bachelor of Science on Lakeside Education; Mary Jo Bachelor Nichols, Village, Science in Education; Morgan and Dean Pope, Rte. 3, Bachelor of Mr. Science; Jerry Dan Rowland, Rte. 1, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture; Phillip Leslie Sandfort, 108 H.

W. Brockman, Bachelor of Arts; Edward Shelton, Bachelor David, Marvin W. Summers, to First and Grand, Bachelor of Science in Education; Harold A. Vaughan, 423 W. Second Ft.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Iberia: Herbert Lee McDonald, Rte. 2, Doctor of Medicine; Robert Earl Pemberton, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Sherril Steen, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Lake Ozark: Jane Rose Hammond, Bachelor of Science in Education. Olean: Jean Bledsoe, Bachelor of Science in Education.

St. Elizabeth: Raymond Beck, Rte. 1, Master of Joseph Clarence Jurgensmeyer, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Ulman: Cecil Clay Phillips, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Those receiving commissions into the armed services were: Eldon: James Theodore Herfurth, second 1 lieutenant, United States Army, Reserve; Dan Rowland, second lieutenant, United States Army, Reserve; Morgan Dean Pope, second lieutenant, States Army, Reserve; Phillip Leslie Sandfort, second lieutenant, United States Army, Regular; Marvin W.

Summers, second lieutenant, United States Army, Reserve. Ronald J. Larkin in amphibious landing Ronald J. Larkin, machinist's mate third class, USN, son Mr. and Mrs.

A. J. Larkin of Lake Ozark, serving aboard the amphibious force flagship, USS Eldorado, took part in an amphibious landing on the beaches of Camp Pendleton, May 28. operation, known as "Twin Peaks," involved more than 60 ships and 25,000 Marines and was the largest exercise of its type since January 1957. Participating in "Twin Peaks" were cruisers, destroyers, mine'sweepers, submarines, underwater demolition teams, and assorted amphibious force ships which comprised both "friendly" and "aggressive" forces.

They employed conventional and simulated atomic weapons in carrying out their part in the amphibious assault exercise. Barnett postmaster to convention By Mrs. C. L. Hatler BARNETT Postmaster Durward Callison spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Springfield attending the State Postmasters Convention.

Mrs. Lillie Swain of Springfield recently spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Mc-! Kinley, and Mr. McKinley. Dr.

and Mrs. Gail Williams and daughters, Kathy, Peggy and Marty, of Marshfield, arrived Thursday to spend a week's vacations, withy his Williams. parents, Other Mr. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs.

Ben Fulks of Latham, and Mrs. Rosa Fulks and Raymond, Joe and Mildred of Sedalia. Mr. and Mrs. G.

E. Bienert had as guests on Monday of last week Mr. and Mrs. A. N.

Bienert of Blue Springs. and Mrs. Bienert made a business trip to Columbia Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.

Calvin Taylor and Kathleen of Redwood, were guests of the T. E. Taylor family from Tuesday until Saturday. Wednesday, Hatler dinner were guests Mr. and of Mrs.

John D. Goodman and John Paul of Canon City, Mrs. Mary Eagle, Miss Erma Goddard, Mrs. K. A.

Goodman, Mrs. Leonia Goodman and Kirk, Pam and Rodney Chapman of Versailles, and Mrs. Zona Hardy of Eldon. Mr. and Mrs.

Glenn Hull and son of California visited relatives and friends here last week. Diane Hand of Kansas City is 2-5175 visiting her grandfather, A. A. Kimler, for two weeks. Mr.

and Mrs. W. 0. Morrow had as Tuesday visitors Mr. and Mrs.

Raymond Glenn and sons, Ray Dwain and Donald, of Raytown. Other recent in the home were Mr. and Clarquests, ence Milburn and Dale Milburn of St. Louis. Mrs.

Estel Dutcher and Kathy! and Arlene Taylor attended a bridal shower for Dianne Beanland of Eldon Saturday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Beanland. The Rev. Talmadge Hale of Sedalia was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs.

Bertha Tompkins and Mrs. Jennie Imler. Mrs. Waid Miller returned home Wednesday from St. Louis where she attended the on Saturday of Gene Merriott and Mary Jane Roseman.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miller over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Art Heckle Jr.

and Cyndy of St. Ann. Virginia Lee and Vicki Lee Heckle returned home with their parents Sunday after a few days visit with their grandmother. Mr. and Mrs.

Jimmy Berkley of St. Louis were also guests of the Millers and Mrs. Blanch Mrs. Berkley also had as a guest, Carnie Berkley of St. Louis.

The Barnett School Picnic was attended by about 65 from Cabool, Parkville, Kansas City, Jefferson City, California, Versailles, Eldon and Barnett. A basket dinner was held at the noon hour. Mr. and Mrs. Vincel Wilson and family of Poplar Bluff are spending a few days with Mr.

and Mrs. Leonard Wilson. Guests Friday and Saturday were Mr. land Mrs. W.

S. Jeffries of Sedalia. All attended the horse show at Tuscumbia over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs.

T. E. Taylor were Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor Seof I dailia.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roe had as recent guests Mrs. Amelia Russel and Vernon of Robert Russel of St. Louis; Don Russel of Lake Ozark and Dallas Roe of Humansville.

Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs.

Lloyd McKinley and daughters of Eldon; Claude Roe of Services held at Ulman Saturday for Mrs. Martha Long Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Ulman Christian Church for Mrs. Martha Burks Long of Ulman who died at 11:45 p.

m. last Wednesday, June 3, at University Hospital, Columbia. Mrs. Long, 74, had been a patient at the hospital only about a week. Death was attributed to a heart condition.

The Rev. E. E. Hembree, pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle of Eldon, officiated at the services Saturday. Burial was in Gott cemetery under the direction Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon.

Mrs. Long, the daughter of Milton and Adeline (Starks) Burks, was born at Ulman Oct. 27, 1885. She was a member of the Ulman Christian Church. Survivors include two sons, Amos Long of Charles City, land 1 Robert Long of Waukegan, two daughters, Nellie Robinett and Mary P.

Bires, both of Ulman; three brothers, Fred, Ben and Philo Burks of Ulman; three sisters, Larva Burks Lona Murray of Ulman, and Jane Schlesinger of Tuscumbia; 12 grandchildren, and two greatgrandchildren. Peggy Stemmons receives degree Miss Peggy Stemmons, daughIter of Mrs. Cecil Stemmons of Avilla and granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C.

B. Russell of Eldon, received an A. B. degree with a major in Spanish at commencement at Drury College, Springfield, last week. She was given departmental distinction in Spanish which requires a minimum of 15 hours of A work in upper division classes in that field.

Miss Stemmons is a niece of Robert Russell of Eldon. Her mother is the former Linnie Russell, a native of Eldon. Miss Stemmons was an active member of the Spanish Club four years, and served as secretary during her junior year. She was also a member of Drury French Club two years and secretary her senior year. She was elected to membership in Sigma Delta Pi, a national Spanish honor fraternity, as a junior and was president of the Drury chapter as a senior.

She was a member of the Drury Young Republicans two years. She plans to continue work toward her master's degree at either the University of Kansas or the of Washington. THE ELDON ADVERTISER, ELDON, MISSOURI THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1959 9 Sunday afternoon of Sharon Keller to Alfred Foley at the Shiloh Church. Clyde Rea is spending his vacation with his parents and sister, Mr.

and Mrs. Edwin Rea and Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Messerli and daughter, Carol, and little nieces, Becky Messerli, of McGirk spent Sunday with Mr.

and Mrs. Denver Enloe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enloe and Linda spent Sunday with Mr.

and Mrs. Gail Enloe of Eldon. The Rev. and Mrs. Selby Graham spent Sunday with Mr.

Mrs. Charles Platter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henderson and Keith, Karen and Laura of Boston, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs.

Mae Stanford. They will spend the summer on the west coast and return to Boston by September. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fahrni and Don spent Sunday, afternoon with Mr.

and Hobart McDonald and sons of Holts Summit. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Kraus and Martha visited Mr. and Mrs.

Roy Hahn Saturday evening. Last week visitors in the Freeman Kraus home were Mr. and Mrs. David Calhoun and Carol and Billy of California, Mrs. Grace Hogg and daughter, Virginia, R.

E. Morrow and daughIter, Marjorie, Mrs. Nelson Proctor and a children, Mrs. Elroy Proctor and children, Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Wiser, Mrs. Lucy Shikles, and the Rev. and Mrs. Bob Hildreth. Mr.

and Mrs. Eill Coleman and daughter, Lanell. of California spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wiser Sr.

Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mace. Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph Wiser and daughters, Zona Fae and Jerre Dawn, of Independence spent Saturday with his father, Charles Wiser. C. J. Robertson suffered a heart attack Monday afternoon and was caught in a rainstorm. Clyde Rea found him and got help to take him home.

He was chilled from the exposure to the cold rain, but is recovery nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson visited Mr. Melvin Morris Sunday afternoon.

Kansas City visitors at Enon By Mrs. James A. Stone Brewer officiated at the wedding ENON Ray Rayma 2 Shikles of Kansas City spent last week and this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Shikles.

They are attending Bible School at Enon. Connie and Vickie Volkart of: a High Point spent a few days last week with their aunt, Mrs. Gerlald Shikles, and Mr. Shikles. Mr.

and Mrs. Joe Proctor were 6 o'clock dinner guests of and Mrs. Dan Wilson of New Bloomfield Saturday, and called on Mr. and Mrs. Truman Milleri and William Miller in Fulton.

Mrs. Ralph Hodges spent Monday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Williams, and her grandmother, Mrs. Polly Williams, in Enon.

Mrs. Lucy Shikles of Russellville and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shikles called on Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Proctor Wednesday night. Billy Don Payne accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hahn and family to Brainerd, to attend the wedding of his cousin, Earl Hahn, to Miss Connie Olson of Brainerd. They continued into Canada before returning home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slote and Mrs. Fred Wyss of were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Martin Wyss and Barbara. Other weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Long of Eldon, Mr. and Mrs.

Don Wyss and daughter of Jamestown, and Johnny Hart of Clever. who were Saturday supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Amos and Duane, Mrs.

Ada Amos and Mrs. Orpha Amos spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Amos of Mexico. Other dinner guests were Mr.

and Mrs. Lynvall Amos and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Englebrecht spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.

and Mrs. Gene Lovell. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Shikles were Miss Lucy and Stanley Henderson, Mr.

and Mrs. Joe Wiser and Bailey Shikles. Mrs. Claud Wil-1 liams and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hodges, visited them Wednesday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Stacy McBroom of Latham spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C.

J. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Vincil Scrivneri of Russellville visited Mr.

and Mrs. Herman Althoff Saturday night. Myrtle Jane and Mary Lynn Hees spent last week with their grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. Brewer, and attended Bible School at Salem.

The Mt. Zion Church gave the Brewers a farewell dinner Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Warrensburg, Mr.

and Mrs. Claude Roe and Kitty Kelly. Kitty accompanied her mother, Mrs. Hill, to St. Louis for the summer.

Jerry Berkstresser and George Riffle are home from Missouri University for the summer. E. T. Williams spent Saturday night at Bothwell Hospital at Sedalia for medical care. He returned home on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Kidwell spent Sunday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lehman of Versailles.

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