St. Joseph Gazette from St. Joseph, Missouri (2024)

2B ST. JOSEPH, GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1987 Deaths Deaths BRAYMER, Mo. Junior Woods, 65, died Wednesday, April 8, 1987, at a Liberty, hospital. Born in Braymer, he retired from Banquet Food Plant in Carrollton, where he worked in the maintenance department. Mr.

Woods was a member of the Braymer Christian Church. Surviving are his wife, Helen Woods of the home; three sons, Raymond Woods, Bill Woods and. Chuck Woods, all of Braymer; two sisters, Roxie Stallings and Blanche Harrison, both of Lawson, and' a granddaughter. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Pitts Funeral Home in Braymer, where friends may call after 9 this morning.

Burial will be at the Evergreen Cemetery in Braymer. H.H. Toel Junior Woods BETHANY, Mo. "Hal" T'oel, 87, died Thursday morning, April 9, 1987, at a hospital in Bethany. A retired meat cutter, he was a member of the First Christian Church in Bethany, Bethany Rotary Club, a 62-year member of the Masonic Lodge and served on the first board of directors of Noll Memorial Hospital in Bethany.

Surviving are two daughters, Helen Jean Nally, Worthington, Ohio, and Martha Jane Holder, Kansas City, six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Roberson-Polley Funeral Home in Bethany, where the family will receive friends after 7 this evening and friends may call after 11 this morning. Burial will be at the Miriam Cemetery in Bethany. Gladen Mynatt LATHROP, Mo.

Gladen 0. Mynatt, 81, died Thursday morning, April 9, 1987, at a hospital in Cameron, Mo. He was born in Long Lane, and lived in Claycomo, before moving to Lathrop in 1967. He was employed with A. D.M.

Flour Mill in North Kansas City for 25 years. He retired in 1969. Surviving are his wife, Trilla Mynatt of the home; a son, Gene Mynatt, Liberty, four daughters, Deanna Potts and Georgie Frye, both of Lathrop, Sue Roush, Missouri City, and Marjorie Schriever, Liberty; a brother, Freadaulph Mynatt, Avondale, two sisters, Linnie Still, Liberty, and Lucille Dawson, Avondale; 15 grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Bailey Funeral Home in Lathrop, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8 this evening.

Burial will be at the Lathrop Cemetery. Susie Marx PINE BLUFF, Ark. Susie Nemzoff Marx, 44, died Wednesday evening, April 8, 1987, at a Pine Bluff hospital following a lengthy illness. Born in St. Joseph, she moved to Arkansas in 1965.

She was a graduate of Central High School in St. Joseph and the University of Missouri in Columbia. In Pine Bluff she was the assistant coordinator for volunteers in the public school program he for several years. She was a member of Temple Anshe Emeth in Pine Bluff where she was the president of the congregation the past three years. She was the first woman president of the temple.

Mrs, Marx was a past president of the temple sisterhood and a member of the Pine Bluff Junior League where she just received an award for being the outstanding sustaining member. A past member of the board of directors of the Pine Bluff Community Concert Association, she was also active in numerous other civic programs. She was preceded in death by her father, Abe Nemzoff. Surviving are her husband, Henry F. Marx; two sons, Scott Alan Marx and Andrew Lee Marx, all of the home; and her mother, Helen Marder Nemzoff, St.

Joseph. Services will be at 4 p.m. Friday at the Ralph Robinson Son Chapel, Pine Bluff. Burial will be at the Graceland Cemetery in Pine Bluff. City services Earl V.

McVey, 79, Wathena, memorial services 10:30 a.m. today, Meierhoffer-Fleeman Chapel. Senora D. Deneen, 96, 3002 N. 18th 11 a.m.

today, HeatonBowman-Smith Sidenfaden Chapel. Burial Mount Olivet Cemetery. Albert "Bert" Light, 76, 6412 Brown 10:30 a.m. today, Rupp Chapel. Burial Westlawn Cemetery, De Kalb, Mo.

Mildred I. Wood, 82, 2610 Mitchell graveside services and burial 2:30 p.m. today, Memerial Park Cemetery, under the direction of Rupp Funeral Home. Clarence E. Patton, 62, 2715 Locust 3:30 p.m.

today, Rupp Chapel. Burial Agency Cemetery. MR. EARL V. MeVEY Memorial services 10:30 A.M.

Friday, Meierhoffer-Fleeman chapel. The Rev. Jack Montgomery officiating. Mr. McVey has been cremated.

The family suggests memorial gifts to the First United Methodist Church. Meierhoffer-Fleeman Funeral Home 1946 Colhoun 232-3366 Emry Black HUMPHREYS, Mo. Emry M. Black, 99, died Wednesday morning, April 8, 1987, at a health-care center in Milan, Mo. He was a native and lifelong resident of the Humphreys community.

He was a farmer. He married the former Chloe Donoho on July 1, 1916, in Galt, Mo. She survives in Milan. Mr. Black was a member of the North Bethel Baptist Church.

Other survivors include two sons, Gilford Black, Newark, and Ernest Black, Upper Lake, a sister, Lola Mitchell, Alta Loma, two grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Payne Funeral Home in Galt. Burial will be at the Humphreys Cemetery. Eva Wynne TRENTON, Mo.

Eva Wynne, 70, died Wednesday night, April 8, 1987, at a health-care center in Trenton. Mrs. Wynne was born in Harrison County, and lived most of her life in the Brimson, area. She married Virgil Wynne on Dec. 23, 1936.

He survives of the home. She was employed for 15 years at Trenton Foods. She retired in 1965. Mrs. Wynne was a member of the Brimson Baptist Church.

Additional survivors are two sons, Max Wynne, Brimson, and Jerry Wynne, Bethany, a daughter, Kay Edwards, Pawnee, a brother, Alvin Elder, Brimson; seven grandchildren and two stepgrandchildren. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Resthaven Mortuary in Trenton, where friends may call anytime. Burial will be at the Willis Chapel Cemetery, north of Brimson. Everett Muzzy WICHITA, Kan.

Everett Muzzy, 70, died Monday, April 6, 1987, at a hospital in Wichita. He was born in Wichita and formerly resided in Trenton. He was a foreman at a meat packing company in Wichita for many years. Surviving are a son, Robert Muzzy, Wichita; three daughters, Linda LeBlanc, Saudi Arabia, Judy Gibbs, Little Rock, and Joan Flough, Grand Island, 15 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Graveside services and burial will be at 2 p.m.

Monday at the Resthaven Memorial Gardens in Trenton. Arrangements are under the direction of Resthaven Mortuary in Trenton. Eugene Day PORTLAND, Ore. Eugene Francis Day, 77, died Friday, April 3, 1987, at a hospital in Portland. He was a former resident of St.

Joseph. He was employed with the Union Pacific Railroad and retired after 40 years of service. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Rose Day. Surviving are a daughter, Bonnie Bennett, Frankfort, a son Eugene Daniel Day, Portland; six grandchildren and six great Memorial services were held Monday at the Peak Mortuary in Portland with cremation following. Burial services will be held at a later date at St.

Patrick's Catholic Cemetery in Melrose, Iowa. ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT CATFISH $475 Every Friday JIM'S KITCHEN KOUNTRY Elwood, Ks 365-0400 Top area spellers compete Saturday Top spellers from 16 Northwest Missouri counties will be in St. Joseph Saturday for the annual Northwest Missouri Regional Spelling Bee. That contest, sponsored by The News-Press Gazette; is scheduled to get under way at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Civic Arena, Fourth and Felix streets.

top six spellers in the regional contest will receive prizes, according to Dr. Thomas Collins, principal at St. Francis Xavier School, Spelling Bee director. And the champion will advance to the Scripps-Howard National Spelling Bee in May in Washington, D.C. The prizes in the area contest include: First A set of "The New Encyclopaedia Britannica," 15th edition, published by Encyclopaedia Britannica Chicago.

Second A new 9-inch Zenith portable color television in a compact cabinet, donated by Zenith Electronics Glenview, and local Zenith distributors. Third "The Random House Dictionary of the English Language," unabridged edition, provided by Random House New Your City. Fourth hardbound edition of "Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary," furnished by Merriam-Webster Springfield, Mass. C.C. Arnold FAIRFAX, Mo.

C.C. "Chalkey" Arnold, 83, died Thursday, April 9, 1987, at a hospital in Fairfax. He was born in Bethany, and moved to Fairfax from the Barnard and Bolckow, area. He also lived in various towns in southwest Iowa. He married the former Pauline Hackett on Oct.

11, 1957. She survives of the home. Retired from Burlington Northern Railroad, he was employed as a station agent operator. Mr. Arnold was a member of the United Methodist Church in Fairfax and a 50-year member of the Masonic Lodge.

Other survivors include nieces and nephews. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the United Methodist Church in Fairfax. Burial will be at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Fairfax. Friends may call after 1 this afternoon at the Schooler Funeral Home in Fairfax.

Carrie Shrader OREGON, Mo. Carrie Mar- garet Shrader, 92, Oregon, died Wednesday, April 8, 1987, at a hospital in Fairfax, Mo. was born in Morrison, and had been a seamstress. She was a member of the St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Forest City, Mo.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ben Shrader; a stepson, Bud Shrader; and by nine brothers and sisters. Surviving are two nieces, Virginia Stimac, Concordia, and Lillian Sleeter, St. Louis, two grandnieces and a grandnephew. Graveside services and burial will be held Saturday at the Oregon Cemetery. Service time is still pending.

Arrangements are under' the direction of the Chamberlain Funeral Home in Oregon where friends may call anytime after 1 p.m. today. Photo Processing Special Stevenson Family Pharmacy 6201 King Mill 238-2424 TRUCK LOAD SALE LARGE Lb. T-Bones FLORIDA 49 Ea. SHRIMP 4 Lb.

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Sold by Case Sea Foods St. Louis, Mo. Fifth A hardbound copy of "'Webster's Collegiate donated by MerriamWebster Inc. Sixth "The World Almanac 1987," provided by Pharos Books. The 32 contestants who will vie in the regional contest, and their schools, are: Andrew County Amanda Schwichtengerg, Avenue City and Doug White, North Andrew.

'Atchison Curtis Southard, Fairfax, and Tony Mitchell, Tarkio Elementary: Buchanan Stacy Stanley, Hosea, and Chris Reid, Spring Garden Middle School. Caldwell- Shelley Caldwell, Polo R-VIII Elementary and Angie Christopher, Breckenridge R-I. Clinton Soraya Tabibi, Cameron, and Holly McCulloch, Plattsburg. Daviess Daniel Madison and Tarren Garlick, both of Gallatin R-V Junior High. De Kalb Brandon Hovenga, Stewartsville and Sharon.

Johnson, Maysville R- Gentry Kim Piatt, King City R-I, and Jeff Cameron, Gentry County R-II. Grundy Valerie Bowe, Laredo R7, and Shanna Bishop, Grundy R-5. Harrison Faith Preston, South Harrison, and Cammie Milligan, Gilman City. Holt Jill Nickols, South Holt Deerfield woman Associated Press ST. LOUIS Cynthia Nickelson, of Deerfield, won $25,000 Thursday in the Missouri Lottery Jackpot spin, but the jackpot of more than $1.3 million was left untouched.

Eva Martinez, of Jennings, and Jean Standiford, of Kansas City, both won $10,000. Prizes of $2,000 went to Norma Hickman, of Sullivan, and Florence Riley, of Hannibal, while prizes of $1,000 went to Orville Johnson, of Flat River, and Lucy Waltrip, of St. Louis. R-I, and Clarissa Russell, Craig R-III. Livingston Andy Baker, Central, Chillicothe, and Stephanie Thomas, Chillicothe Junior High.

Mercer Adam Stanley, Princeton RV, and Lisa Hampton, North Mercer R-III. Nodaway Marlie Saxton, Nodaway Holt R-7, and Marissa Barbosa, St. Gregory Barbarigo. Platte Brian Campbell and Karen Kelly, both of Union Chapel. Worth Chris Doster and Scott Parman, both of Worth County R-III.

The winner here will receive an all-expense-paid trip to the national contest in Washington, D.C., the last week in May. Registration for that Bee will be Sunday and Monday, May 24- 25 at the Capital Hilton. There also will be tours and a barbecue for the contestants. The competition in the national contest will be Wednesday and Thursday, May 27-28, in the Presidential Ballroom of the Capital Hilton. That contest will be among 185 spellers representing 182 newspapers in the United States, Guam, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Some $14,500 in cash prizes, including $1,500 to the winner, will be awarded by Scripps Howard in the national contest. Vennie Perkins PLATTSBURG, Mo. Vennie Perkins, 98, died Wednesday, April 8, 1987, at a health-care center in Plattsburg. She was born in Clinton County, and lived most of her life in Plattsburg. A retired secretary, she was a member of Christian Church in Plattsburg.

Surviving is a nephow, William H. Perkins, Los Angeles, Calif. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the (Cox Funeral Home in Plattsburg, where friends may call after noon today. Burial will be at the Green Lawn Cemetery in Plattsburg.

Irene PLATTSBURG, Mo. Irene Swope, 87, died Wednesday, April 8, 1987, at a St. Joseph hospital. A native and lifelong resident of Plattsburg, she was a member. of the First Baptist Church in Plattsburg.

Surviving are a brother, James A. Swope, Stewartsville, several nieces and a nephew. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Cox Funeral Home in Plattsburg, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 this evening. Burial will be at the Lebanon Cemetery, north of Plattsburg.

Area services Helen Mackey, 81, Hamilton, 2 today, Hamilton United Methodist Church. Burial New York Cemetery, near Hamilton, under the direction of Bram Funeral Home, Hamilton. William E. Harvey, 85, Maryville, 2 p.m. today, Price Chapel, Maryville.

Burial New Liberty Cemetery, Mound City, Mo. Russell Mackoy, 73, 10 a.m. today, Westboro United Methodist Church. Burial Union Grove Cemetery, near Northboro, Iowa, with Masonic services under the auspices of Emmanual Masonic Lodge No. 405, A.F.

A.M., of Blanchard, Iowa. Arrangements under the direction of Davis Funeral Home, Tarkio, Mo. Mabel Hillman, 86, New Hampton, 2 p.m. today, NobleRoberson-Polley, Chapel, New Hampton. Burial Foster Cemetery, New Hampton.

Nola L. Gebhards, 84, Rock Port, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Minter Chapel, Rock Port. Burial Hunter Cemetery, south of Rock Port. Salem J.

Sweezey, 89, Hiawatha, 2 p.m. Saturday, Casselman-Meek Chapel, Hiawatha. Burial Morrill, Cemetery. Edward Johnson, 86. Eagleville, graveside services and burial 11 a.m.

today, Masonic Cemetery, Eagleville, under the direction of Boggess-RobersonPolley Funeral Home, Eagleville. Vernon W. Snyder, 81, Sabetha, 10:30 a.m. today, Popkess Chapel, Sabetha. Burial 'Morrill, Cemetery, with military honors under the auspices of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No.

7285, Sabetha. Ruth Curtiss, 76, Mound City, died March 31, 1987, at a St. Joseph hospital. Burial was held April 3 at the New Lutheran Cemetery, Norfolk, Neb. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m.

Friday at the Concordia Lutheran Church, Mound City, with arrangements under the direction of the Pettijohn Crawford Funeral Home in Mound City. -MILDRED I. WOOD Graveside services and interment 2:30 P.M. Friday, Memorial Park Cemetery. The Rev.

Jimmie Albright officiating. The Pallbearers will be: Albert Long, Ed Makos, Ted Stafford, Laverne Still, Kyle Stafford and Sam Still. CLARENCE E. PATTON Funeral services will be conducted at 3:30 P.M. Friday at the Rupp Chapel.

Rev. Gary Williams officiating. Interment Agency Cemetery. Rupp Funeral Home 6054 Pryor 238-1797 spins for $25,000 Next week's jackpot 1S $1,577,994. Here is the list of the nine contestants in the Missouri Lottery's wheel spinning ceremony next week in St.

Louis. Alfred Rhoades, Grandview, William Glessner, Harrisonville, Channie Davis, Blue Springs, Billy Hinkle, Fredricktown, Billy J. Dunlap, Memphis, Ken Hensley of Albany, Lana Zollman, Waynesville, John Chiappetti of Pittsburg, Jonny McKinney, Bigelow. Early Childhood conference slated The greater St. Joseph Area Association for the Education of Young Children and Missouri Western State College will cosponsor an Early Childhood Conference Saturday, April 11, 1987, from 8 a.m.

to 2 p.m. in the Student Building. The keynote speaker for the conference will be Nancy J. Mooney. principal of Thomas Edison Elementary School.

Her topic will be "Early Childhood A Partnership for Future." Booths and displays of learning and early childhood information will be in the lounge and on the second floor of the building. Registration information for the conference is as follows: AEYC member or student, non-member luncheon buffet (optional) $4.75. Deadline has passed for advance registrations. Walk-in registrations will be accepted with a $2 late fee to above figures. From page 1B House the city should stand in his (Sale's) way," he said.

"I don't think it is our job to determine whether he can get the funds." "I think it is our affair," Knapp said. "We have to consider the common good of the neighborhood." He said he was concerned about the safety of children should they find a way in-: side the building. He also said that the council should not ignore the feelings of neighboring home owners. A man HIXSON-KLEIN FUNERAL HOMES Gower, Missouri Edgerton, Missouri who lives across Fifth Street from the house brought a petition with 48 signatures from neighbors who want the house razed. Scroggins said he would like to see the owners and the Building Regulations officials sit down and work out a solution rather than using the issue as a political football.

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