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Paris , Missouri
June 5, 1975     Monroe County Appeal
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June 5, 1975

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TEAM WINS TOURNAMENT - The Paris National bowling team won the Bottoms Up tournament at Lanes in Moberly recently. Shown are left to right, White, Mrs. Jean Mallory, Mrs. Linda Morgan, Mrs. Bounds, Mrs. Connie Popkes. A series of spring were held in various, divisions. Photo courtesy of AWARDS Co., at Centralia in its sugges- Barnes, Madison, has tion program. A $5 award went $10 award at Chance to Donald Herron of Paris, / ( knows a shirr thing Open to any sunny idea you can think of. Wide-awake Collar, cap sleeves, shape-making shirrs. Vicky Vaughn&apos;s Superslink is yours in Red, Turquoise or Yellow polyester interlock knit. Or in nostalgia Conversation print of Peach or Aqua Antron nylon jersey. Both machine washable/dryable. 3-15.$21 & $22 \\; Sheila's Shoppe ne 327-4432 Paris, Mo. Es GREENWOOD-SHEPARD WEDDING AT LOCK SPRINGS Miss Janet Greenwood, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Greenwood of Lock Springs, and Glenn Shepard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shepard of Vandalia were married at the United Methodist Church. Lock Springs, on Saturday, May 24 at two o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. Robert Grant of the Federated Church, Hamilton, read the double ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with two 7 branch candelabra adorn- ed with sprays of yellow daisies, blue carnations, apricot baby's breath tied with apricot bows. Mrs. Deanna Clevenger of Gilman City was the pianist and played a program of contempor- ary music preceding the cere. sony and the traditional wed- ding march. She accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Janice Steven- son of Jamesport who sang, "I Honestly Love You" and "More". The bride wore a princess style sleeveless floor length gown of polyester double knit with U shaped neckline topped by a white knit lace jacket, midriff length, tied in the front. Her hite picture hat was trim- med with ribbon and a cluster of white daisies and carnations. The bride carried a cascade arrangement of daisies, white carnations and baby's breath. Miss Carol Fadigo, Rippey. Iowa, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Marsha Harrington, Cassville and Miss Cheryl Tedlock. Kansas City. Miss Fadigo wore an apricot halter dress of polyester double knit with a short sleeved waist length jacket of a pastel print and an apricot picture hat trim- med with flowers. She carried a bouquet of blue carnations, yel- l.g, daisies and apricot baby's breath tied with apricot ribbons. the bridesmaid's dresses and bouquets were styled the same with Miss Harrington wearing a light blue dress and hat and Miss Tedlock dressed in yellow with matching hat. Their jackets were the same fabric as the maid of honor. Serving as best man was Jim Jones of Jacksonville. Ill. Groomsmen were Mark Lichty and Jack Dempsey, both of Shelbina. Ushers were Don Wil- liams and Gerald Mansfield. Paris. Preceding the ceremony, the candles were. lighted by Mrs. Kathy McKay, Jamesport. She wore a street length dress of lime green polyester knit styled like the attendants and a corsage of white daisies with yellow centers. Miss Lori Shepard. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Shepard of Granville and niece of the groom, was the flower girl. She wore a long dress of light blue polyester knit trimmed with a white lace panel in the front. • She carried a bouquet like the attendants. For her daughter's wedding. knit street length dress with white accessories. The groom's mother, Mrs. Shepard, chose a pink knit sleeveless street length dress and she also used white accessories. Each wore a white carnation corsage. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. The bride's table was covered with a white lace tablecloth with yellow underlay and held yellow candles and the bride's bouquet as a floral centerpiece. The table featured a three tiered wedding cake decorated with yellow roses and topped with yellow wedding bells. Coffee, fruit punch, nuts and mints were served with the cake. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Sue Luckett, Paris, Mrs. Patty Shepard, Granville; Mrs. Bonnie Kaiser, Moberly. In charge of the gifts were Miss Vicki George. Rock Port, Miss Pat McAtee, Maryville. In charge of the guest book was Mrs, Connie McKay, Trenton, The couple left on a wedding trip to south Missouri at Bran. son and Lake of the Ozarks. For traveling the bride changed into a light blue sleeveless dress and white accessories, The bride received a B.S. degree at Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville. She is employed at the University of Missouri Extension Center as Home Economist of Monroe County. The groom received a B.S. degree in Education at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirks- ville. He is on the faculty at Paris High school and is also a coach. A rehearsal luncheon was held at noon on Saturday at the home of Miss Josephine Greenwood, aunt of the bride, and was prepared and served by friends of the community, TO BE MARRIED SATURDAY The wedding of Miss Marg- aret Buckman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Buckman and Robert Scott. son of Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Scott of Bloomfield, II;.. will take place on Saturday, June 7 at St. Frances Cabrini Church at two o'clock in the afternoon. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow. TO BE MARRIED SUNDAY Donna Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morgan. and Mark Forrest. son of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Forrest, will be married Sunday, June 8 at 2:00 o'clock at the Paris Christian Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception which will follow in the church fellowship hall. BABY SHOWER A baby shower was held in the home of Mrs. Orval Duncan Sunday afternoon. June i at 2:00 in honor of Mrs. Dennis Duncan and baby daughter. Michelle Mr,,.. Greenwad wore an aqua Kay, Refreshments of cupcakes. R ti punch, mints and nuts were uc on with the prizes going to the honoree. TO CADET PATROL ACADEMY Rusty Boston, son of Mr. and Mrs, Russell E. Boston of Paris has been' selected by Monroe County. Post 221 to attend the fifth annual Missouri Cadet • Patrol Academy. The Academy ts sponsored by the Missouri Dept. of the American Legion in cooperation with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The boys will report to the Highway Patrol Headquarters in Jefferson City on June 8 and will be graduated June 13. During their stay they will undergo an abbreviated training schedule similar to the routine followed by Highway Patrol trainees. Some items covered ill be history of Lag" Enforcement, defensive driving, radar and vascar, motor vehicle laws, first aid. shooting demonstrations. drug abuse and use of alchohol as well as demonstrations of police skills, such as personal defense and weapons firing. Organized sports will be a part of the program as well as tours of the area. including a visit to the Missouri State Capitol. Their day will begin at 5 a.m. and end at II p.m. Each of the 40 boys who will attend must be in the upper half of his class and approved b) a hometown officer, Rusty was approved by Trooper Kent Smith, ASKS DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE In the office of Circuit Clerk Oscar Tawney last week Bonnie Rae Mason and Dean Powers Mason filed a joint petition asking for a dissolution of their marriage. The petition states they were married May 12. 1972. separated May 24. 1975. and that a property settlement has been agreed upon by them. BABY SHOWER A baby shower given for Berna Grifftth took place Sun- "day, June 1 in the home of Mrs. Sara O'Bryan. Hostesses were Donna Dennis and Sara O'Bry- an. Three games were played. After the opening of gifts re- freshments were served. Those attending were Mrs. CALL B08 327--.5520 Monroe Count)' Appeal. Madison Times & Paris Mercury, Paris, Mo., Thursday, June 5, 1975 Jimmy Wheaten, Mrs. Robert .Griffith, Mrs. Roy Griffith and Mrs. Jay Griffith and Alvin all of Paris, Mrs. John Dennis, Mrs. Donald Thrasher and Vaughn. Mrs, Leslie Thrasher, Mrs Den- nis Thrasher and Dwayne, all of Clarence, Mrs. Raymond Thrasher, Shelbyville, Mrs. Lou- ise Backman, Mrs. Kathy Jur- ado, Mrs. Kruse Ratliff all of Shelbina, Mrs. Becky Richard- son, Macon, Mrs. Midge Wash- burn, Mexico, Mrs. Dale Stew- art, Ewing, Mrs. Walter Tuley. Philadelphia, Mrs, Howard Dis- selhorst, Palmyra, Mrs. Darold Thrasher, Hannibal, Mrs. Nancy Backman, Movehy. Those un- able to attend sent gifts. SHRINERS MEET The North Central Missouri Scottish Rite Shriners met at the Mark Twain Care Tuesday eve- ning of last week for its annual monthly dinner, William Hunt, archeologist of the University of Nebraska who heads the re- search work in the Cann.n basin, was the speaker, The club ilI not hld meet- ings in July or August. of Paris High School and is employed by Jack Simpson, An August 23 wedding at the St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church is being planned. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Orval Duncan of Paris announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Renee June to Bobby Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long of Paris. Miss Duncan is a spring graduate from Paris High School and is employed at Monroe Manor. Long is a 1972 graduate FAREWELl, FOR REV. SPRATI,EY Rev. Richard Spratley preach- ed his last sermon at the Mt. Airy Baptist Church southwest of. Paris Sunday. A good attendance was regis- tered at the farewell supper held < by the church for him Sunday evening, and a money tree was well filled as a gift to him and his family. Rev. Spratley recently resign- ed as the pastor. The congrega- tion is now investigating pros- peers for a new pastor, but until Tuesday had located none. CLOSING FOR REPAIRS AND VACATION Jonesy's Ice Cream and short order business in Paris will be closed from June 9 through June 14. to open again June 16, for repairs and vacations. Appeal Want Ads Pay i ,,, ,, , ,,, i Come To The Bank Where You're Not Just One Of The Herd! I i i i Your business is what makes us number one in the area. We appreciate each one of our valued customers. PARIS SAVINGS BANK =-.,.. .............. ,40.0c MEMBER Parts, Mo. Phme '1.,44. , eIeeeeeetjj -- | property of the Ilte Lena Haynes will bo sold it Ruction on = Those attending were Mrs. Roy Duncan. Mrs. Junior Arnett Saturday June 7 1975 "°O,r,,Julie'Lcvings.Mrs" MikeMrs Herron.Rand,. film  Mrs. Ronnie Duncan and Shando I I ca. Mrs. R.D. Levings and Lisa, I ot IO:IO l.m. Mrs. Gene Crow and Scottie and • ;I Laurie. Mrs. Danny Dye. Mrs. I LOCR'rIOH. s miles o of Itoly. uo. oa Hv e3   =its south a IIm, lB. 9 1 on 63 to Jacksonville, Mo oEutRaMolplfSt,Sigmwiillxlllhd. Boulware and Tammv. Mrs. I / Dennis Barton and Da:id, Mrs. I I A N T I 0 U E Or'a' Duncan and Renee. I ,jiei. ! Those assisting Mrs. Duncan F U R N I T U II £ ...**o M,,. -" Rand .Boulware and Renee I t.n..teu,,.e./,,,w,...,t,Sd,.b4.1,d.iIw Duncan. Several unable to at- I ,=n  ,,a=  ,.,.t. ,..., 4   p  tend sent gifts. 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