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June 5, 1975     Monroe County Appeal
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.lo.roe County Appeal, Madison Times & Paris Mercury, Paris, Me., Thursday, June 5, 1975 i family near Sedalia Saturday and made since our last meeting. THEY DIDN'T VOTE .......... spent the week end and helped Other business was routine. FOR RAISE Living ..........  ' them move to Sedalia where Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deitz, Neither State Senator ! : ._,,...,.,, they have bought a home. Columbia, and Mrs. Merle Hen- Merrell nor State TOdlly ...... ,;,- .............. ---  Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nichols theme, Moberly were guests D.R. Osbourn of this .................. and Brian. Rebecca Ransdeil and Thursday of Mrs. Belle Them- for the pay raise recend' Mrs. Roy Presneii of Mexico son. They visited family graves by the House and visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene at the Holliday and Stoutsville Jefferson City for state i :'="=i Sharp Sunday afternoon. Mrs. cemetaries and had dinner at toys and both believed Willie White and Mrs. Mac Mark Twain Cafe. was not justified at this1 7_7 77.7i: Snyder were callers there last Mrs. Mary Smelser. Hunne- Both welcomed the ................ week, well was a guest of Mrs. the Governor in vetoing Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sharp Thomson Tuesday afternoon, which effectively kills visited at the home of Mr. and Sunday evening of last week session. o  : Mrs. Willie White and Charles guests of Mrs. May Hughes Sen. Merrell, in . :;. i,: Wednesday afternoon of last were Mr. and Mrs. Harold letter this week. said the week, Hughes and Diane of Paris. has passed a bill thJt Mrs. Sidney Mcllhany and Monday. Memorial Day sup- prevent school sister. Mrs. Marguerite Jasper per guests of Mr. and Mrs. drawing unemployment  joined a group of nurses Sunday Junior Garnert and Debbie were ',,aion during the _-" ,r t,. "--, and had dinner at Gaspers. then Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dean and have jobs during the  went to the home of Mrs. Glenn Mary Ann. Monroe City. Mr. school year. t Maupin in Fulton for the after- and Mrs. Glenwood Blackaby Monroe Countians , noon. Stoutsville and Mr. and Mrs. commented all agree Mrs. Thomas Tanzey who Clifford Blackaby. stand on the teacher , recently sold her farm to Dwaine Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Garnett. tion law. " "'lilll  i Dunlap. moved Monday to But- Excelsior Springs. were callers ]1:    ler to make her home. in the Junior Garnett home GRADUATED AT ' ' : Mrs. George Conrad of near Sunday evening. " WILLIAM JEWEL ': : Moberly and her sister. Mrs. Thursday dinner guests of Cecil Carter. Mrs. Malvina AI- Mrs. Naomi Piney were Mrs. Martha Dowell, i. Freezing erson and Marvin Taylor visited Mary Smelser. Hunnewell and Mr. and Mrs. Jim C. If you have a garden you are - " graduated May 18 from probably beginning to think Mrs. Walker Carter at Audrain Mrs. Madge Crutright. Jewell College, about food preservation. Perhaps Medical Center Sunday, Mrs. Smelser was the house received a Bachelor of - you have already done some if there should be no Santa Fe guest of Mrs. Roy Blackaby from degree in the field of  freezing this simmer if you raise nexvs next week there is a Monday evening through Thurs- Education. " " reason. The fiftieth anniversary day. Others she called on were asparagus or strawberries. Martha is a 1971 Although freezing is a reid- of my high school class is Mrs. Gladvs Clay. the Robert Paris High School and Judge and Mrs. Tom Callis of east of Paris. at their 40th Sundaj. June 8 and i ant Farrell family. Mrs. Hazel Stick- graduate of Hannibal CHILDREN OF THE COMMUNITY - Two families are featured lively simple process, there are wedding anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Callis m expecting a guest for a few days ney and Mrs. Junior Garnett. Baptist Junior College. this week. They are top row, left to right, Dana Kay 8, Curt Kent 2 several steps to keep in mind. Paris. Sunday. May 25th. - Photo by Calvert Studio, Mexico, after, so may not have the time. Mrs. Willie Pollard was an and Buffy Lea 6, children of Mr. and Mrs, Kent Blades; bottom, Always begin with a top but will make up for it later, afternoon guest Tuesday of Mr. KINDERS TO MOBERL 1/' Ted 6, Lesa 6 and Tom 4. children of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis. quality, fresh product and use sanitary, approved equipment Thought for the Day and Mrs. Riley Stevenson. Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Roy " fields which had recently been and materials. News From Santa Fe ,,,, ,,y"mmun .o thc t,vig'" of a youth Smelser was a dinner guest, and family have moved i mowed but the hay was still on Steps toxard Christ if you want the Mr, and Mrs. M.F. Clark. new home at Moberly. RIi Rolkl the ground because of the I Blance Or scald all vege- "'tree" of his life to point Mexico were Monday guests of Baptist parsonage on " heaxenxard. Mr. and Mrs. Harv Woods. Mr. Street. weather. It's a good idea to get tables and cool quickly. There Mrs. Eugelle Sharp Clark moged the yard and Mrs. Rev. Kinder. for R[rllilll.[Irt your hay cut and stored as soon are very few exceptions to this.  Clark took Mrs. Woods to Paris. ,ears the pastor of the as possible. Blanching stops the growth of  Mr. and Mrs. Goerge Foster. Baptist Church at Paris, The feeding value of early cut enzymes and helps retard deteri- A large crowd attended the o[ Littlcton. Colo. came Saturday Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. district missionary for : hay is higher than hay cut at oration in the freezer, wedding of Miss Maysel Nolan, Ma 24 to the home of Mr. and George Fritch. Mexico. were County Association corn ,, maturity. The percent of protein 2. Use ascorbic acid for some daughter, of Mrs. Jodie Young Mr,,. Henry Moore and Larry. callers Saturday afternoon of Monroe. Mr. Pleasant is where greatest changes takes fruits such as peaches to prevent and the late Dale Nolan. and The also visited other relatives Mrs. Roy Blackaby. Zion. ,place. discoloration. Gerald Mansfield. son of Mr. in Missouri and left here on .... "" Alfalfa, early bloom, 16.6/,, syrup3' USepackeither.afor fruits.dry sugar era and Mrs. Denver Halle, of ionda,. May. . 20. GILuL. PROFE8810 : protein, alfalfa, mature, 12.4%. Macon at the Santa Fe Christian Brs'an Utterback visited at the rescue, early bloom, 10.8%, 4. Keep meat cold when Church at 7:30 Saturday evening home of Mr. and Mrs. Oren A bridal shower was held fescue, mature, 7.570. preparing it for the freezer. May 31. The newlyweds will WilSOnst Wednesday evening of Sunday afternoon in the home of c"-n"""m,.u resuibs| "' Early cut hay is more palat- 5. Package to remove all air make their home in Paris. He is ,a week. Mrs. Stanley Ragsdale honoring carpet : able which helps to reduce and fasten securely, coach at Paris High School and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peck and Miss Lynn Campbell. bride to be wastage. Better performance O" Label and date all packages the bride has employment at the family were visitors at the home of Mrs. Ragsdale's nephew o::. and lower protein supplement 7. Place packages in freezer Monroe County Appeal office in of Mr. and Mrs. James Davis Chuck Dry of Palmyra. Those - ,:, costs can be expected, promptly in single layers. Main- Paris. Thursday evening. Mrs. Peck is attending were the bride's me- i  Spaghetti or Oysters tain the zero degree temperature Mrs. Walker Carter is a a daughter of Mrs. Davis. Mr. they. Mrs. Betty Campbell. Growing in your garden? 8. Do not overload the freezer, patient in Audrain Medical Cen- and Mrs. Eugene Sharp also Galesburg, i11,. the groom's me- RENT OUR RINSE N V&C--tlw now imrtla, us-to-u hot wttm txtstct r.qn  For those of you who would Put in fie more than will freeze tar in Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. called on Mr. and Mrs. Davis. they, Mrs. (?has. Dry. Palmyra qimtlmt/r... :: "  like a little variety in your solid within 24 hours. Ralph Bridgford took her Thurs- also were callers at the home of and daughter Kathy, Mrs. Rob- .rimmctnmtlilmntwiltwtl " Loilding dulling lutiN garden here are a few sugges- day afternoon of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Rozel Davis that err Lavinder and daughters, . Ioom,mlliftaildirt, grimmlrnidmm tions, Vegetable spaghetti is a Overloading the freezer can be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willing- evening. Ellen and Land. Benton City, totMtmtsmtdm close relative of gourds and hazardous. Food can spoil in the ham. Robert and Randy Hurst of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moore Mrs. Dale Kendell, Mexico. tlmimma'mav squash and grown in the same freezer if too much unfrozen Vancouver, Washington. and her visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Pauline Dickerson, Mober- v.mml "": i By Jim H0lman way, The fruits are oval and food is put in at one time. When mother. Mrs. Jim Cagle of South Sharp Wednesday evening of ly, Mrs. Jack Forsyth and dau- Imw. 0 Monroe County cream-colored turning yellow possible packages should be Carolina are visiting Mrs. Will- last week. ghters Sharon and Stacy. Madi- 1dUl, when mature about q0 days after placed in direct contact with a ingham's son. Jimmie Hurst. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Sharp son. Mrs. John Jackson, Mrs. ODOR-FREE! Agriculturist planting. When harvested the surface for faster freezing. If and Richard's parents. Mr. and called on Mrs. Sidney Mcllhany Justus Piney and Brenda, Mrs. /*qii") ....... entire fruit is boiled and then this is not possible rotate the Mrs. Roy Willingham and other and Mrs. Marguerite Jasper Dysart DeLaney. Mrs. Mac Don- income Tax Time? cut open to remove the spaghetti packages during the freezing relatives. Thursday evening of last week. ovan, Mrs. Naomi Piney. Mrs, Now isn't the time most farm like strands. Serve with butter or process. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willingham Jerry Ragsdale and Julia, the IIlMIill'k'llllll , operations are thinking about favorite sauces, A guideline to follow is place were guests at a dinner at the had the following dinner guests honoree and the hostess. income tax but recent changes in A good fall and winter vega- no more thaU 2 or 3 pounds of home of their daughter, Mrs. on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ri- The regular meeting of the .,IP .... _ ,, Bont for ., Investment Tax Credit policies table is salsify or oyster plant, food to be frozen per cubic foot Judith Ross in Fulton Sunday in chard Willingham. Randy and Hotliday Rebekah Lodge met in .... '12 a de/ should be considered. This plant produces fleshy roots in the freezer, honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson's Robert Hurst of Vancouver. regular session Wednesday KttSmt" cttmentOGen The Tax Reduction ct Ias . and can be harvested in the fall Inventory 47th wedding anniversary which Wash,. Mrs. Jim Cagle of South night with 10 members present, FteseteRtNSENVACfotdavvouwamtooeZvoorca,pe,s realy' :- changed the rate at which after frost or dug during the Keep an inventory of frozen is June 3. Other guests included Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 8 of whom were Past Noble 00RR[S ":- investment tax credit may be winter if grown in well drained foods and use according to the Miss Mary and Viola Wilson and Kehi and children, Mr. and Mrs. Grand. N.G. Mrs. Maude Hill claimed. The former rate of 7% soil. The flavor of the root is date on the package. Most fruits Tommie Edwards of Moberly. DOn Patton and son. Paul, Mr. was in charge. Mrs. Gerald '; has been changed to 10%. This similar to that of oysters, and vegetables maintain a high Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson and Mrs. Jack Willingham and Chirnside was the delegate to L"t._ U''- ,,,_.e]1,L (lfl)t, 2* 10% rate applies to eligible Feel free to contact me at the quality for 8to 12 months, and children of Blue Springs. children, Mr. and Mrs.Dennis the Assembly held at the Ra-Hardware depreciable property purchased Extension Center, 218 Market Citrus fruits and juices will keep Mr. and Mrs. Reginold Wilk- Smith and Angela. mada Inn at Sedalia. She and ' and placed into service after Street, Paris if I can ever be of 4 to b months. Use foods within erson of Jefferson City visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Terry Mr. Chirnside attended and both Paris Me. 327-4660 " Jan. I, 1975 and before Jan. 1, assistance, this time span if at all possible. Mr. and Mrs, Walker Carter and Keith of Mexico visited at gave reports. Sixteen sick cards ', I977. in 1}77 the investment tax For additional information re- Monday of last week. Other the home of her parents and were sent and 9 calls had been lll'lt YOUr Alvel-ti$in Ill 113e A ' credit is scheduled to revert to quest "Home Freezing of Fruits recent visitors at the Carter brother, Mr. and Mrs. Willie : 7%. COUNTY CANCER UNIT and Vegetables" at the Univer- home were their daughter. Mrs. White and Charles Sunday after- - : Examples of eligible property MEETING TUESDAY sity of Missouri Extension Cen- E.W. Potter of Laurie. Mr. and noon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene :' include farm machinery, fences, The Monroe County Unit. ter. 216 Market Street. Paris. Mrs. James Davis. Mrs. Willie Sharp visited there Thursday :: grain bins and gas storage American Cancer Society will The booklet gives directions for White and Charles White, Mar- afternoon of last week. .... tanks. In general you can take have its annual meeting on preparing most fruits and vege- vin Carter. Mrs. Cecil Carter. Bryan Utterback bad a nose the investment tax credit up to a Tuesday. June 10 in the assem- tables for the freezer. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sharp. bleed on Thursday afternoon of .... maximum established amount on bly room of the courthouse at Albert Crigler who was recent- last week. Charles White and depreciable tangible property 3:00 p.m. Committee reports will JUNIOR HEREFORD ly a patient in Audrain Medical Oren Wilson took him to a Paris having a useful life of at least be given and an election of ANNUAL IELD DAY Center for tests is ill, Recent doctor. He has high blood pres- three years. Proof of the date officers will be held. Mrs. Pal- Kansas Cit'. - Missouri Junior visitors at the Crigler home were sure. the eligible property was acquir- malee Woody. area representa- Hereford Asshciation members Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sexton, Miss Nadine and Harper Pitt- II'  " ed and put into use is required, live, will attend, have made final plans to stage Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Richard man visited Mr. and Mrs. Eu-  Cut Your Hay as soon All board members are urged their annual field day at Wild- Willingham of Vancouver. gene Sharp the first of last r I &q as Possible to attend and anyone interested tsd Ranch. Joplin. with activi- Washington, Bryan Utterback, week. This past week I've seen a few is welcome, ties beginning at 8 a.m. Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meranda Miss Ruby and Lucy Scobee ' I i II [ II I IIIII I IIII I I day. June 21. and Eric. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene visited their cousin, Mrs. An- r-i  Fm',  Jreg Martin. Livestock judg- Sharp, Mrs. Odis Snvder. thret Bare in Florida Saturday. i iViU"qk I VII ing coach at the University of Mrs. Thomas Tanzev was a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scob'ee, MFA Missouri ,,ill conduct a short supper guest of Miss lubv and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moore Ylt %%O.ilVlnterostfromthoO4teoftHaooit type demonstration prior to the Lucy Scobee Tuesday evening of went to the home of their V V -- Up to th Ote of Withdrawal six class breeding cattle judging last week, " brother in law and WelgeSiSter' Mr.  ' " .. ,..qecurt., Service .,,.,o,,. Assisting Martin with Mr. and Mrs. John O. Norris and Mrs. Ronald and the duties of official judge will C -ompany . Mike Deewall. manager of Higgins Hereford Ranch. No- ,,, vata. Okla.. and Bob Carmack. l:kg Creek Ranch. Claremore. Okla. % Prior to lunch the Missouri , interest-bearing Series 8S-8 showmanship contest with par- Subordinated DEBENTURE ticipants representing the junior associations front Oklahoma. .."; KansasandArkansas. as weH as .i  "-?  Afternoon activities include a Fully insured by MFA Mutual. the l0-year 8% short talk by AJHA Director Jim ' i.!:ii':: - W"K:COU . interest-bearing Series 8S-8 Debenture is payable Colev', Laf'avette, Tenn.. and    '* : upon 60-day written demand after five years. Interest special guest speaker. Lovell . is payable semi-annually. You may receive it in cash Kuvkendall, AHA Director of ,:,, or let it accumulate to principal. Market Development. Wildwood FORSALET'OMISSOORI BESIDENTSONLY. Ranch manager, Ronnie Scott. [ ll..ln,tW :prY# - has also' scheduled a special pasture tour for the afternoon % This is not an offer to sell -- offering may be made by program. In addition, the MJHA ':'?' prospectus only. For prospectus call or write: will sponsor a public-speaking Following the presentation of awards, featuring a registered __ Write0r call the  : ":" ed to some lucky junior member. Jefferson lote ,--,, the MJHA will cap the days "Y- ---'%|5 12th,L M Lotllltl | ' .... activities with a meeting and Rmmt __._rs St. lags Missouri &31Ol I selection of officers for the -- la)n 0t titl.l$, MlSSOUOSIgI I m J = ==== ,==J e'. 209 Main Street ]Pints, Me. coming year. ' - - ' PmiHim, Mo. Hem ! am. - 4 .. =.: _ ,... (.4, ,zx00 ! ]PmtlB Phtme 327-4147 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milam of :*." Madlao Me.  lt-$'/ Glasgow. formerly of Paris. visit- Ot _ /ip E N. M   j ikll. " 12 H - Illl Illlll I d in Paris last Thursday. Stlte - I ,