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Monroe County Appeal, Madison Times & Paris Mercury, Paris, Mo., Thursday, June S, 1975 Harold Johannaber. "' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schofield I Club New l were Monday guests of Mrs. S Della Schofield. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walkup, EVER READY CLUB James and Carol were guests of Six members attended the Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lewellen May meeting of the Ever Ready of Moberly. Club when it met with Mrs. Alva Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gundling, Gibbs. Mrs, Roger Batsell was a There were 8 present at the Baptist Church Sunday. Rev. Clark conducted services. Services will be conducted at the Methodist Church at 9:00 next Sunday morning. An addition to last weeks news on the birthday celebration of Andy Mayer. Guests not listed were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayer and daughter, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs'. Michael Utterback of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Loutenschlager and Lonnie were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mayer, Andy and Lonnie Matt Sunday. The occasion marked the birthday of Mrs. Loutenschlager, Kenny Newton was a guest of Lonnie Loutenschlager Monday. Appeal Want Ads Pay If Your Tires Aren't What They Should Be... Now's The Time ... And We're The Place To Save Money On New Tires ! "Fully Guaranteed" Recapped Car Tires With Hwy. Tread, Wide 78Series, 14 & 15" White Walls onty $17.95 Western Ruto Store Paris, Mo. Phone 3274858 ...forthe good. lift, VANMGE POIN:'S This Hagga# slacks and to_p combination provesat winning form isn t only on the courts, The top oombines a gabordine twill with square flap pockets, deep side vents and contrasting stitching for only $2,5.00 I available in a varlef rich solid and pastel colors to match or contrast with the oourtslde slacks, The slacks feature Haar's Com. fort-Plus e styling that Irludes tra-shion pockets and hemmed bottoms with a gentleman's flare for only $18. A Complete Haggar Outfit From Only - PAINTER Paris, Mo. Looking good makes you feel @ood, guest. Roll call was answered by the showing of wedding pictures. A penalty of 5c was paid by those who had not picked strawberries that week, Mrs. Jack Orton gave the article "All 1 Know is What 1 Read in the Papers" by Will Rogers. Mrs. Robb Mewes received the hostess prize, Mrs. Vene Spencer the game prize and Mrs. Russell Brady received a birthday gift from her pal. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The club will meet with Mrs. Lillian Wyatt in June, SOUTH FORK CLUB The South Fork Extension club met Wednesday, May 21 at Hanna Hall with a cleaning session in the morning, a sack lunch at noon and a meeting in the afternoon. The afternoon meeting was called to order b' the president. Mrs. Wm. Conley. Mrs. Otto Roth accompanied the group in singing. The devotional was "Women do not have a monopo- ly on mother love" and a poem, "Spring Housecleaning" was given by Mrs. Stanley Vaughn. Roll call was answered by ten members with a canning hint. Mrs. Boyd Wilmarth and Mrs. James Tully gave a lesson on food preservation, canning and freezing. Home canners need to be alert to the dangers of botulism, a type of food poison- ing caused by a common bacter- ia that can grow in low acid canned vegetables. A tempera- ture of 240 degrees is necessary to kill the toxins and that requires a steam pressure cook- el'. Plans were made for the June picnic to be held at Hanna Hall June 4 at 10:30 a.m. with the Santa Fe extension club as guests. Pennies for friendship were collected. The following committee will make out the new club books, Mrs. Kenneth Moss, Mrs. Wm. Conley, Mrs. Curtis Utterback, Mrs. Charles Hoar and Mrs, Otto Roth. The hostess gift was drawn by Mrs. Wm. Conley, Sunshine pal gifts were received by Mrs. Otto Roth and Mrs. Stanley Vaughn. EVANS CLUB The Evans Club held its May meeting in the home of Madge Curtright. Eleven members were present. Jane Mallory became a new member. Ann Ragsdale, the club president, conducted the meeting. Roll call was answered with "A Quick Dish for Com- pany Dinner". A donation was made to the Bicentennial Fund for the historical mural which is being painted in the courthouse. Mildred Howe will attend the County Extension Club banquet on June 10. The June meeting will be held at the home of Bonnie Crain on June 19. BRANHAM CLUB Seven members were present when the Branham club met Wednesday, May 28 in the home of Mrs. Eva Dixon. The devo- tional given by Mrs. Bob Brown was ",Pioneer Mother", followed by a prayer. Roll call was a Mother' day poem or reading. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. The program was given by Mrs. J.K. Enochs and the title was "Chip Off the Old Block" followed by an article on Mary Margaret McBride, a native of Paris. Games were led by Mrs. George Middleton with prizes going to Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. William Hewgley, Mrs. Enochs, Marie Garnett. Mrs. Emma Lee Wade and Mrs. Brown. The next meeting will be June 25 at the home of Mrs. Wade. MARR CLUB The Mart Club met May 21. at the NECAC Center with 14 members and four visitors, Nina Stephens, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Cross- white and daughter. There was group singing. Roll call was answered with A Mothers Day Poem or an article on Mother. Mrs. Lyndon Dixon gave the financial report. Gifts were given to the club's four high school graduates, Glennon Buckman, David Turn- bnugh, Brenda Boston and T,.y Painter, The club bought new curtains for the community cen- ter. Get well cards were sent to Mrs. John Levings and Kather- ine Buckman. The program was on old and new foods and was given by Mrs. Leota Eckman and Mrs. Irvin Davis, Mrs. Floyd Fanning won the Penny Prize. Bingo prizes were won by Mrs. Lester Painter, Mrs. J. Crosswhite, Mrs. Leota Eckman. Mrs. G, Hill, Mrs. Roy Turnbough, Mrs. Bill Durbin and Mrs. HUgh Long. Sunshine pal gifts were received by Mrs. Irvin Davis. Mrs. Leota Eckman. Mrs. Lester Painter, Mrs. Vivian Williamson, Mrs. Douglas Buckman and Mrs. Raymond Stucky. The next meeting will be June 18 at the Marr Community Center with Mrs. Chester Arm- strong as hostess. This will be an all day meeting to clean the center, covered dish luncheon at noon. SMISER CLUB The Smiser Club met Wednes- day, May 21 at 1:30 P.M. with Mrs. Garland Shull as hostess, The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. O.W. Hayhurst. Mrs. Jim Sullivan gave the devotional and 10 members answered roll call with a Mother's Day poem. Two guests, Mrs. Ken O'Bryan and daughter were present. The county installation ban- quet on June 10 was announced with several members planning to attend. It was decided to have Janet Hayhurst represent the club in the Miss Macon REC this year. The annual food sale will be July 3, in the courthouse yard at 8:00 A.M. Mrs. Russell Cullifer and Mrs. Harry Barrow gave the program on crafts and showed the club many interesting things they had made. Pal girls were received by Mrs. Orville Riley and Mrs. Jim Sullivan. Next meeting will be June 18 with each member to bring a guest as the foreign exchange student will be guest speaker. Hostesses will be Mrs. Paul Wood and Mrs. Jim Sullivan. Mrs. Shuil served refreshments at the close of the meeting. LONG BRANCH CLUB The Long Branch Extension club met at the home of Mrs. J.W. Dowell. Her devotion was "Decoration Day". During the business meeting the clubs sum- mer trip was discussed and it was announced the installation banquet for the county officers is to be held June 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mark Twain Care. Mrs. Jim Evans. a guest, gave a program on Terrariums. New officers for the coming year were installed. Mrs. Ri- chard Baldwin received the hos- tess gift, with game prizes going to Mrs. Ronald Dowell and Mrs. Howard Davenport. SANTA FE CLUB The Santa Fe Home Econom- ics Extension Club met at the Community Center for the May meeting with president, Mrs. Rosalie Snyder, presiding. Mrs. Ralph Bridgford gave the devotional reading. "Today I Can Make A New Start in Life" was also read. Roll call was answered with "Flowers we plan to cultivate". Ross Carmack, administrator of the Monroe County Ambu- lance District, brought an am- bulance for viewing. He gave a talk and demonstrated how to use some of the ambul- ance equipment. Mrs. Tom Tanzey reported on a recent visit of the Bloodmobile to Paris. The club contributed to the fund for a wedding gift for Miss Janet Greenwood. Mrs. Dennis Dunlap gave the Food Preservation Lesson. Mrs. Malvina Alverson won the hostess gift and Mrs. Snyder the program prize. The June meeting will be with South Fork Club at Hanna Hall. DISCUSSED GROUP INSURANCE Junior Wingate met with the County Court Friday to discuss the possibility of group insur- ance for county employees. No action was taken. EARLY SERVICE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Around 30 persons attended the first earh service on Sunday, June 1 "h;i, at the Christian Church. During June. July and August the service is being held at 8:30 I+" : about 45 n,hmtes long ,,,, is informal. It is primarily for members who have planned other events on that ki', . Sunda} S:hool is at 9:30 and the regular morning 9rship is at 10:45. The meeting of the Church Board has been changed to Wednesday, June 18 at 8:00. The change was due to the absence of Rev. Mike Crouch. ,',;!, will be on a float trip conterence. Four members of the CYF will attend Conference at Cuher Stockton College. Canton from June 9 through 13. They are Bill Tom and Terry Mitchell. Joy Hufty and Terri Hendrix. METHODIST CHURCH NEWS The United Methodist Wo- men's group of Paris will visit with the UMW at Centralia Thursday, June 5 at 2 p.m. The ladies will gather at the church to leave for Centralia at 1 p.m. Sunday. June 8 is United Methodist Student Day. At the morning worship there will be a collection taken for the United Methodist Student Loan and Scholarship Program. In 1872 the United Methodist Loan Fund was established. This makes it the oldest of its kind in the U.S. Since 1872 it has helped 135,000 persons attain their educations with a total amount exceeding $30 million. Its small average loss of 1.7 percent cannot be matched by any other loan program. The Paris Methodists will have a service at Monroe Manor on Wednesday, June 11 at 7 p,m. Terri Martin, Lori Mason, Maria Steeves. Charles Hughes left Tuesday morning to attend the high BABY SHOWER A baby shower was held Monday night at the NECAC center in honor of Mrs. Robbie Griffith. Hostesses were Mrs. Jim Parrish, Mrs. Elmer Schwieter and Mrs. Roger Lev- ings. The colors of green and yellow were carried out in the decora- tions. The gift table held a gir- affe with a baby in its mouth and was covered with a match- ing cloth trimmed with giraffes and babies. Refreshments were served to 35 guests attending. Cakes, carrying out the colors and made by Mrs. Schwieter, were topped with booties and rattles. Green punch, nuts and mints were served with the cake. Others unable to attend sent gifts. 1955 CLASS TO HAVE REUNION The Paris high school class of 1955 will have their 20th class reunion this week end. A buffet dinner will be served at the Mark Twain Cafe at 6:30 on Saturday evening. A family carry-in dinner will be held on Sunday at the Jaycee Hut. RENOMINATED AS REA DIRECTOR Delbert udbrock, southwest of Paris, has been nominated to serve another term as director of the Mexico REA, according to Gleams, the house organ of the Mexico REA. Sudbrock is com- pleting his second three year term. Also nominated was Law- rence Amelon of the same area. One of the two will be elected by members at the August 1 annual election and meeting. Others nominated, with one to be elected from each district, are Vessie L. Miller and Finley Cox of District 6. Harold D. Todd and John W. Bishop of District 8. IGA WINNERS IN JET JOURNEY CONTEST The following winners of the Wades 1GA "'Jet Journey to the Stars" contest were announced Tuesday. Janeene Johnston won a trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando. Florida and will make the trip the first of July: Charlie Branham, Cassette tape player: Tammy Featherston. tennis set; Duane Tawney, camera: Mike Roberts. camera: Lonnie Forrest. radio: Donna Troy. radio: and Tracie Mason. radio. Winners of baseballs were Betty Jo Lechlit- er. Eddie DeOrnellis, Linda Heinecke. Susan Hill, Rita Hew- itt. Brad Hillard, Dee Vaughn, Paula Geisler. Sidney Eckman. school graduation his daughter, mento, Calif. He return home Unbelievable Sale Prices On Living Room Cocktail & Eul Come In And See Our Speed Furniture Co. 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Olds Cutlass ........................... 118,861 Ford Toano ............................ 82,109 Butck Century ........................... 65,321 Plymouth Fury ..... , ................... 50,685 Pontiac LeMan$ .... ................... 42,079 Dodge Coronet ........................ 35,047 AMC Matador .......................... 32,772 Mercury Montego ...................... 24,157 Vic's Chevrolet-Olds Route CHEVELLE ISTOPSBIJN0 MID-SIZE CAR.