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Paris , Missouri
June 5, 1975     Monroe County Appeal
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HAS LOSSES, LISTED recent heavy weather in the county, hun- of individuals suffered t to major losses, but most a available for listing. partial list of owners and items damaged, loss value placed on Schwieter, doors on shed; Eugene Woods, shed doors; Jack Web- skirting; Mrs. Louis dwelling roof; Lusk acorporated, dwelling barn damage; John tree on dwellingbarn etc.; Henry Level, dwell- R. Hill, guttering. Theodore Smith, roof; Beams farms (Gus tree on machine shed; Whitaker, dwelling roof; Dickey, tv antenna; dwelling roof; dwelling roof and Rosemary Vaughn, demolished; Charles major damage to Harold Hitchcock, roof and glass; Wm. tv antenna; Mrs. Garnett. tv antenna: ighley, dwelling roof: roof off cattle houses damaged: Har- shed turned over; McMorris, dwelling Johannaber Ramage, Robert Shoop, hay roofs on other build- Farrell, hog houses other roof damage. Mitchell. machine shed demolished; porch off dwelling # 2; William Robert Shoemyer, machine .,Dawson, dwelling roof, steel shed down; Kenenth Mitchell, 'bins, etc.; F.H. Montgomery, tool shed garage, roofs; Pearl Herndon, porch on trailer; John W. Frisbee, glass in dwelling metal off barn; Mrs. Herman Baldwin. dwelling, etc. roof damage: Marlin Wood. CB an- tenna; Wilson Uplinger, barn roof: Eugene Berrey, barn down; Bobbe Waack, dwelling roof, roof off machine shed. garage roof; R.V. Spencer. barn doors etc.: Raymond Hogan, Jr., dwelling glass; Gerald Chirn- side, barn doors; Weldon Rod- gers, on farm west of Santa Fe, tree over on steel bin: R.R. Curran. tin off barn and large door; Walker Duvall. machine shed demolished; Delbert Paint- er, dwelling rc)f, barn demolish- ed; O.K. Kendall. tv antenna; Roger Power. large barn door; R.D. Gallop, roof off barn and storm dcr dwelling; E.H. Dool- ey. dwelling roof: Wilmer Bor- row. dselling roof; Cromeritta Johnston. tv antenna; Walker Stokes. part ;)f roof on dwelling torn off and barn damage; Jimmie Dye. shop roof and feed bin turned over; Pauline Bryan. dwelling roof: Earl Giblet, mach- ine shed demolished; Otis Free- man. dwelling root: Donald Torten. d'elling roof and glass: Paul E. Wood. poul- try house r(f: V.D. Hollenbeck. majr damage to machine shed; Rex Hollenbeck, dwelling roof; Ronald Wolfe. machine shed demolished; Dwaine Hardv, machine shed and hog house roof and doors; Andrew Yusko. "Letpmae n help . a life dwelling roof; Earl T. Rash, dwelling hit by tree and barn doors; Harry Bowen, dwelling roof; Roy A. Hall, carport, antenna and barn roofs and doors; Mrs. Gladys Byars, dwell- ing roof; Gary Friedlein, dwell- ing roof; Dewey Willey, dwelling roof; Bernard Decker, dwelling roof: Garland Shull, barn roof V2 off; J.L. Carnes, dwelling and garage roof; William Miller. tv antenna: Cleo Wright, barn roof and glass: J.E. Caldwell, dwell- ing roof; H.C. and J.W. Baker. dwelling and shed roofs; Herbert Davis, dwelling roof and shed; Leroy Eisenhauer. dwelling glass; L.A. Ball, wiring to dwell- ing: Russell Ransdell. dwelling and milk parlor; Charles and C.G. Ensor. garage roofs; M.E. VanWinkle. dwelling glass: Forrest Dierling, roof on dgelling and corn crib; C.C. Hoogland. (Lavern Heckart. ten- ant crib dogn; Clyde Buckman. barn roof: Leo Hancock. shed down. antenna and glass on delling; Henry Solomon, dwell- ing ru)f; Mrs. Mary Ruby Mor- gan. crib down: Harry Dearing. duelling roof, etc.: Norma Thompson, trailer patio cover: Mrs. Henry Howell, dwelling glass and roof; Roy L. Newlin. dwelling, awning; Mrs. Susie Blades. Est., dwellinl4 nyof: M W, Forbis. dwelling and barn roofs: Mrs. Nell Henning. Estate dwelling roof and storm door. barn door; Elmer Krusemark. (Sam Breid, tenant) dwelling glass and wiring; Aubrey Shive- I,, hog house; Homer Levings. trailer skirting; Jim Day. hog house over: James N. Montgom- ery. dwelling and garage roofs: Mrs. Florence Buyer. dwelling antenna; Paul R. Wood. corner off garage: Mrs. Ruby Stuart, tv antenna: Mrs. Virginia West- lake. barn roof: Mrs. Roger Batsell. garage and barn roofs; Margaret Simms, barn roof; Mrs. Lillian Seward, hay barn and machine shed doors and roof; Horace Simmons, granary roof; Billy J. Ricks, steel bin; Harold Harrison, tree damage to roof; Mrs. E.W. Hardwick, dwelling siding and roof; Russell Landis, dwelling roof: Mrs. R.G. Meeker. dwelling, wiring; John B. White. dwelling roof: Mrsl Fay Griffith. dwelling and gar- age roof and antenna: Vernon Yager, barn roof and hog house: Gerald Johnson. tree on dwelling: Wayne Johnson. an- tenna. BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL The Vacation Bible School of the First Baptist Church of Paris will close Friday of this week. with Commencement to be held Sunday evening at 7:30 in place of the regular church worship service. The Bible School superintendent. Mrs. Don Williams. and the other officers and helpers, invite everyone to attend and share a part of what the Bible School is all about. The school started last week on "luesday and runs through Friday of this week. Sixty-eight pupils were enrolled the first week. with others expected this week. The 7th and 8th grade class t()k a field trip on Tuesday to the Amish settlement in the Middle Grove area and toured several farms. Some of the interesting points and activities included: rug weaving, harness repair, candy making, molasses making, a sawmill, the commun- ity store, church and school. The trip was designed to teach students to appreciate and re. spect other ways of life than our own. The class took a sack lunch. Accompanying them were Wilma Ball. Juanita Belcher, Rebecca Cain, and George Hall, the bus driver. Shirley Williams is superin- tendent and principal of the PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES TO MEET The Circles of the Paris Pres- byterian Church will meet on Thursday as follows: Circle i will meet at Monroe Manor at 2:00 in the afternoon with Mrs. Alex Stuart as hos- tess. The Emphasis will be given by Mrs. Shire Stuart and Mrs. Leon Buie will be the Modera- tor. Circle 2 ill meet at the church at 7:00 in the evening. Mrs. George Crigler will give the Emphasis and the Moderator will be Mrs. Albert Sinkctear. Circle 3 will meet with Miss Margaret Powers at 8:00 in the evening. Miss Powers will give the Emphasis and Mrs. D.C. Vaughn ilt be the Moderator. Services were conducted at Monroe Manor on Wednesday evening by members of the church. Mrs. D.C. Vaughn is superin- tendent of the Bible School to open on Friday at 9:00. Each Circle is responsible for cookies for refreshments. Each day three persons will take 3 dozen each. on the these dates: Circle 1 on June 6. 9 and 10; Circle 2 on the lhh. Circle 3 on the 12th and 13th. Ushers at the worship service during the month of June are John Gilmore. Gayle Buie and Keith Sinkclear. DINNER HONORS CALIFORNIA VISITORS A carry in dinner was held at the Legion Hall on Sunday. May 25 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones and Connie of Costa Mesa, Calif.. who are on a two geeks vacation visiting relatives and friends. Attending were: Ella Jones. Onita Turnbough. Eldon and Sylvia Sanders, Lorna Daniel, Hannibal. Fern Turnbough. Don- na and'David. Matthew and Glayds Hughes. Vera Webb, Mr. and Ms, David Lehenbauer pro- , Vining. hog house; Paul school, and Mr. and Mrs. Ewell family. Breid. dwelling garage and barn Other helpers included: Graves. Harold Jones, Linda, gram m"-r your oo, and doors: Mrs. Ruth Nursery I- Cindy Mallory, Nancy. Dorothy Hughes, Mr. Bailey. antenna; Mrs. Emma Sara Mitchell. and Mrs. Glen Estil McGee, Mr. Orion. dwelling flue and roof; Nursery 11 Jean Mitchell, and Mrs. Albert Stone, Mr. and family00 needs CollinsBuckman, dwelling glass; superintendent, NancyMitcheli, Mrs, George Jones, Mr. and Emmett Embree, barn roof; Glendia Charlick. Mrs. Larry Jones. Rev. and Mrs. Jaudon Hardesty, barn roof: Pre-School, Shirley Ensor. and Mrs. J.M. Jones, and like to talk Tully Tonsor, hog houses; Gar- superintendent, Nina Hawkins, James, Chris. Janice and Eric. land Forrest, garage and steel Donna Williams. Sturgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene bins: J.T. Williamson, antenna; Grade I and 2, Maxine Ensor, Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Alva i't w'-00th Victor Hultz, dwelling roof; superintendent, Jane Harris, Jones. Harriet Hawkins, Mr. Eathen Gallop, dwelling roof: Tammy Utterback. and Mrs. Donald Jones and AIta Foreman, dwelling roof; Grade 3 and d, Barbara Ensor, Angela Dawn, Sam Hawkins, Milford Wright, dwelling roof; superintendent, Linda Shain, Charlie Hawkins, Louis and 99 nOW. Bob Riley 209  St. Paris, Mo. Paxi Phone 327-4147 Of MM Mso Mo. Ph0Qe 291,.57 The Sooner You Call, The Sooner You Save Public Sale will sell the following at the residence located 514 Locust St., Pets, Mo. on Saturday, June 7, 1975 Sale Time ll:OO a.m. Household Piece sectlomd divan, RCA color TV, Zenith 21" TV, electric sewing machine, dinette table and 4 chairs, Mngle beds complete, rollaway bed, lmmpiUd e, 7 qt. pressure eooker,,rugs, one 15' x 15 and two P, vanity table, large quantity of linens, dollies, rods, and throw rugs, large qmmdty of dishes, some , quantity of kitchen utensils and snppBes, smoking meat saw, feather beds, pole light, Remington ter, 2 radlm, tubs on stand. Tools extension ladder, 12' ladder, step ladders, ear rocks, alttemmt, spmies, shovels, other shop and garden tools. Antiques letther rockers, extra ok'* oak hall tree, dress maker s on stand, round oak table, oak dresser, kitchen woven hickory Imskets, oak 2.drawer chest, small cherry rocker, extra nice ret-, china doll, ehe 4 matching dining chairs, 0-drawer chest 2 oak llbrary tables, umbreBa stand, several Kermme lamps,  Jars and Jugs, lngraham 8 4 truldm, popeoru popper, hand made velvet large extra nice, several other hand made quilts, 2 extra nice eane bottom chairs, 2 sewing rockers, several nice frames, 2 horse pictures in nice frames, Victrola ease, Plnted off pletures, wooden wheel barrow, Daisy wooden butter mold, Old Judge coffee jar, kraut iron akmets, portable Kerosene heater, carpet qmmfl off tools induding a wooden plane, brass many ether Items. Many Items Are Over 100 Years Old Temm: Cash Lunch Served Not Responsible For Accidents & Mrs. Edward Shadweli, Owners AnctioHer: Jim Dowell 816-327 4323 Barbara Wright, shop door; Wil- bur and Glen Smith, .south slope of dwetling roof. metal off barn; Mrs. Evalyn Woods. poultry house roof; Harold Tonsor. an- tenna: Charles Apel. barn roof. dwelling glass; Aubrey Meals, dwelling and poultry house; George L. McGee, dwelling roof; Josie or Essie Durbin, porch on dwelling; Clyde Marshall, dwell- ing roof; S.G. Milhoilin, dwell- ing roof and garage; James Willingham, dwelling roofv Chester Jones. dwelling roof; Leon Davis, dwelling glass; Donald Vinyard, trailer glass; Knoble Hendren, antenna; Wii- lus Trusty. barn #2 roof: Mrs. WANTED Homes In Need Of Painting Missouri homeowners in the Paris area will be given the opportunity to have their homes restyled and rebeautified using United States Steel siding, with a Vynasoi finish. U.S. Steel can be appfied to your home "with optional decorative work at a very low cost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of home own- ers throughout the United States who are fed up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It is maintenance free. vir- tually indestructible, car- ries "a 30 year guarantee, provides full insulation summer and winter as well as fire protection. Our new product can be applied to every type of home including frame, concrete block and stucco with amazing rebeautify- ing results. It comes in several colors and is now going to be introduced in the Paris area market. Home owners who act now will be offered a FREE household gift for helping us introduce this quality product in their area. EASY FINANCING AVAILABLE Vynasol Steel Is Final For Information Write U.S. Siding Merle Hay lmmd Dee Moimeth iowa f310 Phtawt [S1S] 276-7179 I iii Ruth Forbis, Carol Ensor. Philip Tawney. Grade S and 6. Beth Klinken- borg. superintendent. Zelma Menefee. Joy Levings. Cindy Langerud. Grade 7 and 8. Wilma Ball, Pauline Hawkins. Sara R. Hawk- ins. Shelbina, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Turnbough and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones, Madison. superintendent, Juanita Belcher. Joyce Ball. Pianist, Ruth Forbis, kitchen help, Lynn Filer, Marsha Threl- keid. BAPTIST CHURCH At the morning worship Sun- day, a special vocal and guitar number by Miss Beth Klinken- borg opened the service follow- ing Sunday School and the children's sermon by Interim Pastor Rev. Holzschuh. David Charliek, chairman of deacons, presided at the service, special music was provided by the adult choir, with the message given by Rev. Holzschuh. That evening, he showed slides. Baptist Women will hold their monthly meeting Thursday at '7:30 with the program given by Mrs. Lucille Wood and Mrs. INJUNCTION AGAINST DOING BUSINESS HERE In Circuit Court at Paris, Judge Reinhard has granted a temporary injunction against Carl W. Scrabton, Pittsfield, Ill., doing business as the Leigh- Wayne Distributing Co., re- straining them from doing busi- ness in Missouri. The action was taken after Attorney-General Danforth has filed asking for the temporary injunction, charging that the firm nor Scranton are registered in Missouri with the Secretary of State to do business here, and that the company has made fraudulent representations about its merchandise and actions. The petition states that the company is engaged in selling hardware, specifically nuts and bolts, to farmers, dealers and Monroe County Appeal, Madison Times & Paris Mercury, Paris, Mo., Thursday, June 5, 1975 MONROE MANOR NEWS Several of the men worked on a craft project on Monday after- noon making bulletin boards to be used in the rooms at the Manor. Passages from Psalms were used by Miriam VanHuss during the Bible story hour on Wednes- day afternoon. Beth Klinkenborg and four young people from the Paris Baptist Church led worship ser- vices on Wednesday evening. They presented a talk and sev- eral hymns with guitar accom- paniment. Joe Charlick, Brad Miller, Carol Ensor and Hazel Langerud were the youth pres- ent, and they spent time after the service visiting with many of the 60 residents in the audience. Two movies were shown in the dining room on Thursday after- noon and newspapers were read aloud on Friday. Another service that is enjoy- ed by residents with vision problems are the talking book records. These are played in the residents rooms on record play- ers furnished by the library. The talking books are sent free of charge by the Wolfner Library in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Lynn are celebrating their 52nd anniver- sary this week on Thursday. June 5. Many residents are receiving good results from the daily exercise and game sessions and more and more of them are participating in the sessions. The attendance on many days recently has averaged 55. Appeol Wont Ads Pay Hush Puppies make great gift ideas for Father's Day, June 15. VALUE Breathin' Brushed Pigskin transmits excess foot moisture. VALUE Perspirat ton resistant innersoles. VALUE Rain and stain resistance tanned into the leather. VALUE Durable leather fi)r long wearing comfort. VALUE Easy-care brushing restores nap and water resistance. $18.00 VALUE lamg wearing, non- marking nitro-crepe VALUE soles. No-nonsense styling that offers everything in comfort and wear. Hu h Puppies00 PARIS, MO. i! !ii  Nina Hawkins. others in Missouri and Monroe The adult choir held an ice County; that it has misrepresent- Oat First Federal ving  cream social Wednesday evening ed its merchandise has been at the home of Mr. and Mrs. shipped and lost in transit and Roger Levings, after choir re- that the company has filed Is Happy to Have Spent the Past 51 "*'ERRS hearsal, claims for the loss; that partial -J Deaco.s will Thursday orders have been sent a.d false evening at 8:00. promises made that the rest will is being planned for later in A hearing on a permanent June. Archie Samford is presi- injunction has been set for June dent..,..,...,..q..,.. ,......,__=.......,...,.,=--..,....,1,.,,.,.13"  FIRST FEDERAL Has Never Failed. to Pay the Highest Rate 'tl HIMI @ I of Interest 0n Savings Accounts the i RNO, Not one Cent of Principll or Add ",7 Interest Halt Ever Been Lost By A Customer tht00 of First Federal Father's Day gives all a chance to gift Dad with presents i and love. We hove 1 a wide selection of ! i presents. You all the love! [ I  Feel Free to Come In and Discuss Your Savings Plan Anytime. i I The Friendly Folks at First Federal Are Always Glad to See You. i Father's Day is Sunday, June 15 t q00caac0000 ' Ruth A. Bat eV | "----- Paris Branch 101 South Main Paris Phone 3274944 Hours: 9-3 Mon.-Fri. 9-12 Sat.