he Landmark office force was honored last Wednesday evening on the Channel 4 TV evening news. They were pictured at work in the oldest paper in Missouri. Mrs. Lucile L. Jones, editor, was giving an interview and setting some handset type. Roland Giffee was busy running the paper press and Mary Hymer was at the linotype machine.
Mr. and Mrs. John Love, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Winfrey and Cadet Private Jeff Pierson invite you to an open house in honor of their parents, John and Betty Pierson, on their 30th wedding anniversary on Sunday, November 28, 1976 in Platte City.
The First Baptist Church of Platte City recently extended a call to Rev. Charles D. Anderson to serve as their pastor. Rev. Anderson and his wife, Jan, and sons are now residing in the church parsonage on Hillcrest Drive.
Navy Air Controlman Third Class Stephen Lee Caulfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill W. Caulfield of Parkville, has reported for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy.
The Tobacco Market at Weston opened Monday with a high of $1.20 per pound. This is a record high price per pound.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bohn of Chillicothe visited Mrs. Lucile Jones last Thursday.