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LEWIS CO. COURT RECORD Magistrate Court J. P. Wheeler vs. Donald Wolf, defendant appeared and admitted owing the debt. Judgement for plaintiff and ageing.* defendant for $120 account due and $16.40 costs, total $136.40. J. Patrick Wheel- er vs. John Bracey, Jr. This being the day set for hearing comes plaintiff but defendant although duly summoned comes not but makes default, default judgement for plaintiff and against defendant for $186 account due for services rendered and $16.40 costs, total $202.40. State of Missouri vs. Mark R. Douglas, West Land, Mich., attorney Dennis Smith was appointed by the court to represent defendant. Linda Patterson, On 5-15-77 defend- and delivered her check for $22.13 to Lewistown Farm Supply Co. knowing at the time that she did not have sufficient funds in bank to honor check on presentation, warrant issued. George E. Hinton, 1-25-77, defendant de- livered his check for $20 to Lewistown Farm Supply knowing at the time that he did not have sufficient funds in bank to honor check on presentation, warrant issued. Mark Roland Douglas, West Land, Mich., age 20, was arrested Dec. 22, 1977, on a felony charge, he was charged with tampering with a motor vehicle (the vehicle belonged to Doris Clay, Canton). He is being held in the Lewis County jail in Monticello in lue of bond. Bond was set at $3,000 or 15 per cent. Marriage License Donald Leroy Slaughter to Catherine C. Axton, both of Canton. Patrick Ober Elliott to Viola May Hawkins, both of Queen City. Brian Edward Deen, Ursa, to Debbie Sue Job, Canton. Arthur Ray Fifer, Canton, to Sharon Barnett Tracy, LaGrange. Willie Eli McCune, Quincy, to Ellice Anna Kasier Woods, Maywood. Kenneth W. JELL, Knox City, to Sandy Jean Hays, Durham. Land Transfers Edward Franks to Pearl Franks, property in.Canton Township. Edgar Wood and Ethel E. Wood to Mervin Lay, property in Lewistown, all of Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 all in Block 3 in Bellevue Addition. Walter Spilker, executor for George W. Spilker, to the State of Missouri, acting by and through the State High- way Commission of Missouri, property in Dickerson Town- ship. Jack W. Farr and Janet L. Farr and Forrest Brown and Katherine R. Brown to the State of Missouri, acting by and through the State High- way Commission of Missouri, property in Dickerson Town- ship. Roy L. Diffendaffer and Leona Diffendaffer and Em- ma B. Diffendaffer to Clyde A. Leslie and Mildred B. Leslie, property in Reddish Township. Freddie M. Reese Wiseman and Merle E. Wiseman to Joe E. Cunningham and Judith A. Cunningham, property in Highland Township. Maxine Brumback to Ran- nit L. Puls and Susan M. Puls, property in Ewing, a part of Lot 5 in Block I in'the original town. James E. Heckrodt and Rosemary Heckrodt to Wel- come Lodge No. 215, IOOF, property in Salem Township H. Ansel Marquette and Zelma J. Marquette to H. Ansel Marquette and Zelma J. Marquette, property in Lewis- town, Lot 5 in Block 17 in the original town. Sandra Kay Althoff William- son and David Williamson to Ayers Oil Company, a Mis- souri corporation, property i I LYNN HUDNUT, REALTOR 438 CIRK CANTON MIssouRI 63435 1 I NEW LISTING I $13,000---8 room country home with !z acre located on , in Canton Township. Lawrence F. Raleigh and Jo Wanda Raleigh to Beulah Sherwood and Patricia Sher- wood, property in Canton, Lot 19 in Block 1 in Hawkins and Davis Addition to the town. Clorah E. Ensor and Leon Ensor and Marjorie H. Ensor to Leon Ensor and Marjorie H. Ensor, property in Dicker- son Township. Northeast Missouri LIBRARY SERVICE taGrange Branch MRS. THELMA BRINKLEY Librarian DR. ATKINS' SUPER ENERGY DIET. This is a diet with a difference -- a diet that produces a constant high level of energy and at the same time eliminates anxiety, de- pression, and fatigue. Actual- ly, Dr. Atkins has devised a variety of diets designed to control weight by reducing, maintaining, or increasing it or dealing with special pro- blems. No matter what the weight objective, however, each diet results in far greater energy and feelings of well-being than you've ever had before. Sound impossible? After 16 years of private practice and careful analysis of over 12,000 diet patients, Dr. Atkins has proved the effectiveness of his low-carbohydrate diet for both weight control and increase of energy. Dr. Atkins tells you how, with your own doctor, to test yourself and determine your dietary requirements. He recommends specific diet plans that you can tailor to your own needs. For the millions of dieters who successfully shed scores of unwanted pounds but before long became concerned about the repetition of the same foods and recipes, here is a life-time solution. DR. AT- KINS DIET COOK BOOK provides enough variety to ensure that the dieter will never be bored again. As Dr. Atkins himself remarks, "Dieting is not to be thought of as a. brief adven- ture but as a lifelo.ag practice; not as a painful experience but as a constant pleasure." After reading this tantalizing collection, those who love to eat well wilt find that they can feast on such foods as coconut cream pie, rich sauces, and pizza, and still maintain their i highway near Ewing. CANTON HOMES 1 sylphlike shapes, even feel a .... . tremendous upsurge of energy 1 $19d0--409 Henderson, this 5 room home has a 1 and well-being. garage with large addition for shop or family room. LIVE LONGER: CONTROL i i ${8,000--512 Jamison, 6 room home on double corner " YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE lot with 1,e car garage, large concrete patio and 1 year by Max L. Feinman. High i old furnace and water heater. $17.000--301 S. 4th, excellent location on this 3 I blood pressure will kill an estimated 1.5 million Ameri- Time limit for making social security earnings corrections Many people are unaware earnings, he or she can that there is a time limit for contac social security to get making corrections in the the ma'tter straightened out. earnings reported to their There are exceptions to the social security record, time limit. An earnings record This limit, or statute of can be revised after the limit limitations as it is called, expires: begins to run after the year --To correct a fraudulent the wages were paid or self- entry. employment income is earn- --To correct a mechanical, PUBIC ed. The year can be a clerical, or other obvious calendar year or it can be a error. NOTIES fiscal year. And, after 3 years, --To correct errors in 3 months, and 15 days have crediting earnings to the passed after that year, no wrong person or the wrong changes can be made in period. NOTIC #F reported earnings except un- --To transfer items between SPECIAL IC.TION der specified conditions, social security and the rail- Public note is hereby This is why social security road retirement system, given that a sial election encourages people to check --To add wages paid in a will be held the City of their social security record period by an employer who LaGrange, Mmri, on Tues- every 3 years or so. This is made no report of any wages day, Janua, 1976, at the especially important for paid to the worker, police and f station, Main people who have more than --To add or remove wages and South-reeL, for the one job or who change jobs in accordance with a wage purpose of cLing a council often. By checking, the work- report filed by the employer person for ,south ward. er can insure that all of his or with the Internal Revenue Anyone ring to file for her earnings were properly Service. office shd do so on or reported. --To add self-employment before jary 20, 1978, by This is important because income in a taxable year if it 5:00 p.m.h Alice Fish, City both eligibility for benefits can be shown that a self- Clerk. and the amount of benefits employment tax return was j. FiethBailey, Mayor depends on earnings reported filed for that year before the y of LaGrange, Mo. to a person's social security time limit ran out. 1st Pub ec. 29 4t record. --To add self-employment ---- Social security has a free income previously deleted as NOTICE postcard form which can be being wages, under certain Thewis County Highway used to check a person's conditions. Engi" Office is now accept- record. This form, available Interested people can get ing  for M-P Motor Oil, at any social security office more information about the MZpesel and Regular Gas and at many post offices, is time limit or get a free for year 1976. Bids to be completed and mailed to postcard form at the Hannibal op January 2, 1978, at social security headquarters, social security office, located 6:6 m- In return, the sender will at Room 263 Federal Building, lsab. Dec. 22 2t receive a report of earnings 801 Broadway. The telephone -- credited to his or her record, number is 314 221-0021. NOTICE If the person's own records Hannibal representatives ae Lewis County Highway don't agree with the reported are in Canton every second gineer Office is now accept- and fourth Thursday between i bids for Tires and Tubes. Supreme Court 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. at the -e 13:00 x 24; 10:00 x 20; American Legion Building. 00 x 20; 8: 25 x 20. Also ecaps on same sizes. Bids to strikes down e opened January 2, 1978, at reform law May require ,:oo a.m. - 1st Pub. Dec. 22 2t effo fa The Missouri Supreme school rt$ court has struck down the NOTICE OF LETTERS campaign reform law passed handicapped  TESTAMENTARY by voters in 1974, declaring . GRANTED the law unconstitutional. As a result of a deci (Sec. 473.033, RSMo. The court ruling, which made by the State Boat as amended 1969.) upheld that of Cole County Education 'at its De STATE OF MISSOURI ) Circuit Court Judge Byron meeting, local school b COUNTY OF LEWIS ) ss. Kinder, in effect threw out the in Missouri may be reqbd In The Probate Court Of entire law and reinstated the to report to the Departtmof Lewis County, Missouri, old election law. Elementary and Seery At Monticello Turn Jnwanted Itemt For Sale, Weed, For Rent, Wanted to Buy, Help from the date of this notice or be forever barred. All persons interested are notifed that such court, at the times and as provided by law, will determine the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interests therein. David W. Wilson, Judge Probate Court of Lewis County, Missouri 1st Pub. Dec. 28 4t NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SE']VrLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 473.587. RSMo.) STATE OF MISSOURI ) COUNTY OF LEWIS ) ss. In The Probate Court Of Lewis County, Missouri, At Monticello In the estate of Wallace A. Sturhan, deceased. Estate No. 8204 To all persons interested in the estate of Wallace A. Sturhan, deceased. Notice is hereby given that a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the succes- sors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interests therein and for distribution of such property, will be filed in the Probate Court of Lewis County, Missouri, by the undersigned on the 30th day of January, 1978, or as continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days after the filing of such settlement. J. Patrick Wheeler, Attorney 314 North Eleventh Street Canton, Missouri 63435 Tele. No. 314-288-5271 Said meeting will  FRO at 9 o'clock a.m. and at least three hours the object for which is called be acco sooner. The purpose for w " meeting is called is seven directors for " to serve during the year, and for the tr of any other busine may come before the Nanna E. Smith, James B. Jenkins, 1st Pub. Dec. 29 T WA NOTICE OF ! water STOCKHOLDERS' ME...288- Notice is hereby horlilt n the annual Stockh =u Meeting of the Le State Bank will be hel banking house in the Lewistown, Missouri, 9th day of January, 1 meeting will conven o'clock a.m. and con" least three hours, unl object for which me ecar lied be accomplis The purpose of whic| fintmen elect seven directors f bank to serve duri ensuing year, and f transaction of any business which may before the meeting. e woo L. A. Gnuse, P Lewis Donald K. Gnuse, 1st Pub. Dec. 29 NT new ltts NOTICE OF FILING vacuu FINAL SETrLEMIaIIy c AND PETITION Fqllac_ DISTRIBUTION ' (Sec. 473.587, RSM STATE OF MISSOURI tl man COUNTY OF LEWIS s. Ne In The Probate Co Lewis County, Misso#for g At Monticello .Sure In the estate of Myrtl a m Sellers, Deceased. 3f-' " Estate N. R To all persons interesl6M56 the estate of Myrtl@llilli The law went into effect in 1975 through an initiative petition drive. When the 1974 legislative session failed to pass campaign reform, a bipartisan group of lawmak- ers took the measure to voters and it was passed by voters. It was known as one of the strongest campaign reform laws in the nation, prohibiting both corporate and labor union" contributions to candi- dates, the amounts candidates or their relatives could contri- Education about actioteY take regarding the plaaent or assignment of handPped students. The State Board's ion is an attempt to r;e a conflict with the U.S ice of Education over louri's state plan for sIeduca - Lion and to prevehe kms of as much as $6m!!jqn in federal special cauon aia during the etnt hool year. :: Sellers, deceased. In the estate of J. Earl Marjorie Louise McDonald, Notice is hereby give Liliard, deceased. Estate No, 8248 Executrix a final settlement and  Mic  CameromMissougi for determination of ...... To all persons interested in Tele. No. 632-3490 the estate of J. Earl Lillard, decedent: On the 22rd day of Decem- ber, 1977, the last Will of J. Earl Lillard was admitted to probate and James Richard Lillard was appointed the executor of the estate of J. Earl Lillard, decedent, by the probate court of Lewis Coun- ty, Missouri, on the 23rd day 1st Pub. Dec. 29 4t NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of Farmers and Merchants Bank of LaGrange, LaGrange, Missouri, for the election of Directors and the transaction of any other persons who are the s sors in interest to the and real property decedent and of the character of their int therein and for such property, will be the Probate Court of County, Missouri, undersigned on the 27th January, 1978, or as by the court, and the{ " bedroom Canton home with aluminum siding, 21/2 car - Under state v which., has 1 garage and corner lot. I cans this year. Ranked as the bute and strict reporting of been in effect,ce 197iocal of December, 1977. The busi- $6,000--305 S. 4th, low price on this 5 room rental deadliest killer in the United funds spent for or by. any school board.eVe aUM|ority ness address of the executor is i i States, and one of the most candidate, to determintm placement Ewing, Missouri, and his property makes it an appealing investment opportunity, i insidious diseases around the  suit was brought by and assign# of handicap- attorney is Earl L. Veatch, $7,500--711 White, 6 rooms, aluminum sided home and world, high blood pressure -- Lar's Educational and Po- ped childrefhe State;$rd whose business address is double garage located on over 1 lots. also known as hypertension -- litl Club, a Kansas Ctiy of Edudati howeve.as Moncello, Missouri. $34,500--S. College Hill, 5 year old'total electric 3  has no peer in the realm of group. Joined by ,Heavy authority der the lat to All creditors of said dece- bedroom ranch with fireplace, built-in appliances and medical horror statistics. Construction I.berers Local investigatOch decisions by dent are notified to file claims attached garage. In this clearlv written, 663 of Kansas City, they local has and to assure in court within six months $17,s00--612 Bland, remodeled 6 room Canton home 1 easily" understandable book, contended it went far beyond compliarteith state law. features detached garage and quiet location. Dr. Max Feinman tells you necessary objectives in clean, It hagen the position of .ml"O  $27,000--704 Washington, attractive 4 bedroom with 1%  everything you should know ing up campaigns, the StaJBoard that these baths, fireplace, garage and 2 lots. about this often underestimat- They said the act was so provisioin state law satisfy   $17,250--809 Hampton Lane, like new3 bedroom with  Ied killer, vague, indefinite and un- federafdue process" re- natural gas heat and all hardwood floors, certain as to guarantee its quirerdS under Public Law 1 $12,500--503 Washington, well located, 2 bedroom 1 CARD OF THANKS unenforceability and would 94-142ecording to federal CANTON. MO. business that may come before the meeting, will be held at the office of said corporation, at 9:00 a.m. on January 9, 1976. Harold Schaffer, Secretary 1st Pub. Dec. 29 2t NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice is hereby given that the annual stockholders' meet- ing of the Bank of Monticello will be held at its banking house in the Town of Monticel- objections of exce such settlement or any item thereof writing and filed days after the filing of settlement. Zenge & Smith, Attorneys-at-Law 329 Lewis Street Canton, Missouri 63435 Tele. No. 314-288-4461 -s-Jim W Adm 835 Sherwood Florissant, Mo. 1o, Missouri, on the 9th day of 1st Pub. Dec. 29 i with basement and natural gas heat. We wish to thank those who lead to chaos and uncertainty reguions, though, local THURSDAY, JAN. $, 1978 January, 1978. $12,000--Bargain price on this 5 room bungalow with i sent cards and in the election process. .scho@oards are not recog- made pEsEta- state special education plan, I i tl.n tthilo Iai .... ;. +uo They contended it imposed nizOs impartial hearing pending resolution of the 1 garage located in quiet neighborhood and has large h'a"nitu"l''n i'. b"--"h'h, serious restraints on freedom bed/and the State Board is backyard with fruit trees and garden space, hom*'e--it is d'l -a'--reel" of speech, and left the door. to review ally com- $12,000---611 Clark, this low priced 7 room home on IZ/z p y pp at- . reqI difference in due process 1 = - { open to third party manipu- 1# or appeal which it procedures. The distribution ", / ed. P lots needs remodeling,: an excellent opportunity for the + Lewis and Orml Stewart lation of the election process. " reins, of $1.6 million in federal funds / ,  i weekend carpenter or investor. '- The Supreme Court agreed, an effort to solve this to local school districts during  ' /] - I c,lict, the State Board the first quarter of the school l " with$14'800"-shoD316facilities.S' 5th, 5 room bungalow and heated garage {  dcted the Department of year also was approved. .,  | $22,000-- 709 Donaldson, lovely 2 bedroom home with l 1 I00ll00A! lrllaArllalL  H mentary and Secondary Recently, llowever, theDe- 1 + li . baths, aluminum siding, carport and 1% lots. "LJLaX']kl.d l.Nk.. 1  1  R ucation to develop a regu- partment of Education was ! $22.000-610 Bland, completely remodeled, 6 room, 3 . 1 ,m ,= ,h ,. _ m, [] tion requiring local school notified that the special 7/- )   1 I . FIIU K AI [ _ [,ards to report to the education plan was not in l bedroom home in quiet neighborhood. $13,900--703 White, owner wants immediate sale on this  m 1-ll I II-I = Mepartment of Education compliance with federal re-  " , [ CANTON hen the local board serves quirements. As a result $6 2 .  air conditioned, 2 bedroom home, has basement and  tment ,s furmture S a hearing body in special million m federal aid for the 1 , ! entire year could be withheld - --_._  | garage, included, buy this one and start receiving agood return education cases. Local deci- from Missouri, and first " --  . $29,500--12 Lewis, well kept 3 unit apt., excellent condition throughout, new bath fixtures and water I on your investment at once. sions could then be reviewed quarter payments could be 1  . heaters. South 4th Street. Three bedrooms with new zltchen, at the state level as required P g g . n y t ..... In anticipation of the funds, : i LaGRANGE  new wiring, new lumbin throu hauL. Fur ace phi wo by federal law. It is hoped subject to recall. '   I ears old n w rap , that this propman will satisf Y . e ' f Includes three 50 lots Y many Missouri school districts 1 $37,500--LaGrange, new 6 rooms, 3 bedroom home, " the federal requirement for One mile West of Canton city limits with approximatel state involvement in settling had planned to expand ser- . . ! -- basementlocated Onandthebuilt.inblUff withappliances.beautiful riverview, has full  one acre. Two bedrooms, 16' x 24' living room, hot watt -u ................ vices and hire additional :::.'=.::: -" COMMERCIAL  .............. , uo,, aut speca eauca- oaseooaro neaL car port. rms ,s an extra race nom, tion services, teachers for handicapped chil- ::":-*-'--'"'--_/:j':Z  i $15dd)0---113 N. ,4th, 2 story commercial building in the AoP::tri?iaJ:lt:nYlars old. If you want a home m t/ 'In practice, virtually all dren. Such plans are not in l ,: , [ center of Canton s downtown area. Retail business in  " ' questionsanoutspeciale(luca. I am hopeful that the I mm00wlW00TWnl00I! i lower level with apartment above. 600 South 4th Street. Two bedrooms, like new Natu tion are resolved at the local doubt.  $22,--Canton Paint & wallpaper business. Good  Gas furnace. Only $10,250.00. ' level, said Arthur L. MtI- regulation proposed by the 1 v J L, nm -- v income producer, includes all stock and two apartmo-+s. Commercial location On old Highway 61 formallv ln lory, Missouri Commissioner State Board of Education will . , ] 0 (lucatlon 9 unit mobile home park on6 shaded lots in Canton  as Smitty's Truck Stop. Good building - with blacktoot- f',,. " . settle this matter and will be woo Fiber Blowing Insulation redtes cost for i we are not questmmn the includes 4 furnished mobile homes and laundromat 400 ft. street frontage. - ..... authority of ability" of "glocal (a?t'a'blmtmLlssl'3L:ChMl! 1 both heating and air conditioning, t facilities. Call today for details. " 18.5 acres on State Route C Ideal for commer h " ACREAGES LA t,At,r or school officials" " to deal wth lory said. "The funds at stake 1 woo, Fiber Blowing Insulation has a high residential building Has a large two story, brmlOm $65,000--100acre farm near Wllliamstown has 75 per  ' " e t ese matters The conflict m  issue.  .be a. big asset thermal resistance "R".  is red sup#dot to | , -- ^ ,-  . :.+... with the federal government tar lOCal schOOlS m maproving t cent tillable ground, 7 room home and good water mat cuulo oe reno ........ their services for handicapped vermlculate, most expanded pob/seryene, /down | , { supply. Owner financing.  - ,1 tldin involves a technicality -- the tusiness district on Main Street. Commerc'a nuestion -f ,,h,, tal,, t,o children. fiberglass and mineral woo/ I Offlco .......... 288- 4427 with parkin lot Owner anxious to sell Price rced nitiative in-notif in'] ..... "The approach adopted by ' " 2 story orc - m nusiness district priced for qtt sala. Department of Education or the Board also appears more MEETS FHA/HUD & VA REQUIRF.MENT$ . Ly.n Hudntrt. Reo|tor . . 288-3228 - " " Y g the desirable than trying to *'-".. a,..Ira e,, .... 1% lots, good business location, the State Board of ,Education change our state law which .u,, u .m ms,: rmlllllBl  1 { .ry Zongo, Associate . 288-3213  RIC ........ "-" when a local boards decision HARDS REAL iS abOUtappealeda hand,capital,, ' child" m" has worked so well," Mallory | 1 Ran BJrger, Associate.. VACATION 1., l CANTON LUMBER C0} Estate is our ONLY business CLYDE A. RICHARD$, BROKER Earlier" this year, the U S 'r  rams Im . PHONE 314. zutl. 3026. It| CANTC MC' first-quarterOffice of EducatiOnapproval togaVethe .mm. PHONE 314-288-,t.438- CANTON, MO. LEWIS CO. COURT RECORD Magistrate Court J. P. Wheeler vs. Donald Wolf, defendant appeared and admitted owing the debt. Judgement for plaintiff and ageing.* defendant for $120 account due and $16.40 costs, total $136.40. J. Patrick Wheel- er vs. John Bracey, Jr. This being the day set for hearing comes plaintiff but defendant although duly summoned comes not but makes default, default judgement for plaintiff and against defendant for $186 account due for services rendered and $16.40 costs, total $202.40. State of Missouri vs. Mark R. Douglas, West Land, Mich., attorney Dennis Smith was appointed by the court to represent defendant. Linda Patterson, On 5-15-77 defend- and delivered her check for $22.13 to Lewistown Farm Supply Co. knowing at the time that she did not have sufficient funds in bank to honor check on presentation, warrant issued. George E. Hinton, 1-25-77, defendant de- livered his check for $20 to Lewistown Farm Supply knowing at the time that he did not have sufficient funds in bank to honor check on presentation, warrant issued. Mark Roland Douglas, West Land, Mich., age 20, was arrested Dec. 22, 1977, on a felony charge, he was charged with tampering with a motor vehicle (the vehicle belonged to Doris Clay, Canton). He is being held in the Lewis County jail in Monticello in lue of bond. Bond was set at $3,000 or 15 per cent. Marriage License Donald Leroy Slaughter to Catherine C. Axton, both of Canton. Patrick Ober Elliott to Viola May Hawkins, both of Queen City. Brian Edward Deen, Ursa, to Debbie Sue Job, Canton. Arthur Ray Fifer, Canton, to Sharon Barnett Tracy, LaGrange. Willie Eli McCune, Quincy, to Ellice Anna Kasier Woods, Maywood. Kenneth W. JELL, Knox City, to Sandy Jean Hays, Durham. Land Transfers Edward Franks to Pearl Franks, property in.Canton Township. Edgar Wood and Ethel E. Wood to Mervin Lay, property in Lewistown, all of Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 all in Block 3 in Bellevue Addition. Walter Spilker, executor for George W. Spilker, to the State of Missouri, acting by and through the State High- way Commission of Missouri, property in Dickerson Town- ship. Jack W. Farr and Janet L. Farr and Forrest Brown and Katherine R. Brown to the State of Missouri, acting by and through the State High- way Commission of Missouri, property in Dickerson Town- ship. Roy L. Diffendaffer and Leona Diffendaffer and Em- ma B. Diffendaffer to Clyde A. Leslie and Mildred B. Leslie, property in Reddish Township. Freddie M. Reese Wiseman and Merle E. Wiseman to Joe E. Cunningham and Judith A. Cunningham, property in Highland Township. Maxine Brumback to Ran- nit L. Puls and Susan M. Puls, property in Ewing, a part of Lot 5 in Block I in'the original town. James E. Heckrodt and Rosemary Heckrodt to Wel- come Lodge No. 215, IOOF, property in Salem Township H. Ansel Marquette and Zelma J. Marquette to H. Ansel Marquette and Zelma J. Marquette, property in Lewis- town, Lot 5 in Block 17 in the original town. Sandra Kay Althoff William- son and David Williamson to Ayers Oil Company, a Mis- souri corporation, property i I LYNN HUDNUT, REALTOR 438 CIRK CANTON MIssouRI 63435 1 I NEW LISTING I $13,000---8 room country home with !z acre located on , in Canton Township. Lawrence F. Raleigh and Jo Wanda Raleigh to Beulah Sherwood and Patricia Sher- wood, property in Canton, Lot 19 in Block 1 in Hawkins and Davis Addition to the town. Clorah E. Ensor and Leon Ensor and Marjorie H. Ensor to Leon Ensor and Marjorie H. Ensor, property in Dicker- son Township. Northeast Missouri LIBRARY SERVICE taGrange Branch MRS. THELMA BRINKLEY Librarian DR. ATKINS' SUPER ENERGY DIET. This is a diet with a difference -- a diet that produces a constant high level of energy and at the same time eliminates anxiety, de- pression, and fatigue. Actual- ly, Dr. Atkins has devised a variety of diets designed to control weight by reducing, maintaining, or increasing it or dealing with special pro- blems. No matter what the weight objective, however, each diet results in far greater energy and feelings of well-being than you've ever had before. Sound impossible? After 16 years of private practice and careful analysis of over 12,000 diet patients, Dr. Atkins has proved the effectiveness of his low-carbohydrate diet for both weight control and increase of energy. Dr. Atkins tells you how, with your own doctor, to test yourself and determine your dietary requirements. He recommends specific diet plans that you can tailor to your own needs. For the millions of dieters who successfully shed scores of unwanted pounds but before long became concerned about the repetition of the same foods and recipes, here is a life-time solution. DR. AT- KINS DIET COOK BOOK provides enough variety to ensure that the dieter will never be bored again. As Dr. Atkins himself remarks, "Dieting is not to be thought of as a. brief adven- ture but as a lifelo.ag practice; not as a painful experience but as a constant pleasure." After reading this tantalizing collection, those who love to eat well wilt find that they can feast on such foods as coconut cream pie, rich sauces, and pizza, and still maintain their i highway near Ewing. CANTON HOMES 1 sylphlike shapes, even feel a .... . tremendous upsurge of energy 1 $19d0--409 Henderson, this 5 room home has a 1 and well-being. garage with large addition for shop or family room. LIVE LONGER: CONTROL i i ${8,000--512 Jamison, 6 room home on double corner " YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE lot with 1,e car garage, large concrete patio and 1 year by Max L. Feinman. High i old furnace and water heater. $17.000--301 S. 4th, excellent location on this 3 I blood pressure will kill an estimated 1.5 million Ameri- Time limit for making social security earnings corrections Many people are unaware earnings, he or she can that there is a time limit for contac social security to get making corrections in the the ma'tter straightened out. earnings reported to their There are exceptions to the social security record, time limit. An earnings record This limit, or statute of can be revised after the limit limitations as it is called, expires: begins to run after the year --To correct a fraudulent the wages were paid or self- entry. employment income is earn- --To correct a mechanical, PUBIC ed. The year can be a clerical, or other obvious calendar year or it can be a error. NOTIES fiscal year. And, after 3 years, --To correct errors in 3 months, and 15 days have crediting earnings to the passed after that year, no wrong person or the wrong changes can be made in period. NOTIC #F reported earnings except un- --To transfer items between SPECIAL IC.TION der specified conditions, social security and the rail- Public note is hereby This is why social security road retirement system, given that a sial election encourages people to check --To add wages paid in a will be held the City of their social security record period by an employer who LaGrange, Mmri, on Tues- every 3 years or so. This is made no report of any wages day, Janua, 1976, at the especially important for paid to the worker, police and f station, Main people who have more than --To add or remove wages and South-reeL, for the one job or who change jobs in accordance with a wage purpose of cLing a council often. By checking, the work- report filed by the employer person for ,south ward. er can insure that all of his or with the Internal Revenue Anyone ring to file for her earnings were properly Service. office shd do so on or reported. --To add self-employment before jary 20, 1978, by This is important because income in a taxable year if it 5:00 p.m.h Alice Fish, City both eligibility for benefits can be shown that a self- Clerk. and the amount of benefits employment tax return was j. FiethBailey, Mayor depends on earnings reported filed for that year before the y of LaGrange, Mo. to a person's social security time limit ran out. 1st Pub ec. 29 4t record. --To add self-employment ---- Social security has a free income previously deleted as NOTICE postcard form which can be being wages, under certain Thewis County Highway used to check a person's conditions. Engi" Office is now accept- record. This form, available Interested people can get ing  for M-P Motor Oil, at any social security office more information about the MZpesel and Regular Gas and at many post offices, is time limit or get a free for year 1976. Bids to be completed and mailed to postcard form at the Hannibal op January 2, 1978, at social security headquarters, social security office, located 6:6 m- In return, the sender will at Room 263 Federal Building, lsab. Dec. 22 2t receive a report of earnings 801 Broadway. The telephone -- credited to his or her record, number is 314 221-0021. NOTICE If the person's own records Hannibal representatives ae Lewis County Highway don't agree with the reported are in Canton every second gineer Office is now accept- and fourth Thursday between i bids for Tires and Tubes. Supreme Court 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. at the -e 13:00 x 24; 10:00 x 20; American Legion Building. 00 x 20; 8: 25 x 20. Also ecaps on same sizes. Bids to strikes down e opened January 2, 1978, at reform law May require ,:oo a.m. - 1st Pub. Dec. 22 2t effo fa The Missouri Supreme school rt$ court has struck down the NOTICE OF LETTERS campaign reform law passed handicapped  TESTAMENTARY by voters in 1974, declaring . GRANTED the law unconstitutional. As a result of a deci (Sec. 473.033, RSMo. The court ruling, which made by the State Boat as amended 1969.) upheld that of Cole County Education 'at its De STATE OF MISSOURI ) Circuit Court Judge Byron meeting, local school b COUNTY OF LEWIS ) ss. Kinder, in effect threw out the in Missouri may be reqbd In The Probate Court Of entire law and reinstated the to report to the Departtmof Lewis County, Missouri, old election law. Elementary and Seery At Monticello Turn Jnwanted Itemt For Sale, Weed, For Rent, Wanted to Buy, Help from the date of this notice or be forever barred. All persons interested are notifed that such court, at the times and as provided by law, will determine the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interests therein. David W. Wilson, Judge Probate Court of Lewis County, Missouri 1st Pub. Dec. 28 4t NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SE']VrLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION (Sec. 473.587. RSMo.) STATE OF MISSOURI ) COUNTY OF LEWIS ) ss. In The Probate Court Of Lewis County, Missouri, At Monticello In the estate of Wallace A. Sturhan, deceased. Estate No. 8204 To all persons interested in the estate of Wallace A. Sturhan, deceased. Notice is hereby given that a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the succes- sors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and of the extent and character of their interests therein and for distribution of such property, will be filed in the Probate Court of Lewis County, Missouri, by the undersigned on the 30th day of January, 1978, or as continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days after the filing of such settlement. J. Patrick Wheeler, Attorney 314 North Eleventh Street Canton, Missouri 63435 Tele. No. 314-288-5271 Said meeting will  FRO at 9 o'clock a.m. and at least three hours the object for which is called be acco sooner. The purpose for w " meeting is called is seven directors for " to serve during the year, and for the tr of any other busine may come before the Nanna E. Smith, James B. Jenkins, 1st Pub. Dec. 29 T WA NOTICE OF ! water STOCKHOLDERS' ME...288- Notice is hereby horlilt n the annual Stockh =u Meeting of the Le State Bank will be hel banking house in the Lewistown, Missouri, 9th day of January, 1 meeting will conven o'clock a.m. and con" least three hours, unl object for which me ecar lied be accomplis The purpose of whic| fintmen elect seven directors f bank to serve duri ensuing year, and f transaction of any business which may before the meeting. e woo L. A. Gnuse, P Lewis Donald K. Gnuse, 1st Pub. Dec. 29 NT new ltts NOTICE OF FILING vacuu FINAL SETrLEMIaIIy c AND PETITION Fqllac_ DISTRIBUTION ' (Sec. 473.587, RSM STATE OF MISSOURI tl man COUNTY OF LEWIS s. Ne In The Probate Co Lewis County, Misso#for g At Monticello .Sure In the estate of Myrtl a m Sellers, Deceased. 3f-' " Estate N. R To all persons interesl6M56 the estate of Myrtl@llilli The law went into effect in 1975 through an initiative petition drive. When the 1974 legislative session failed to pass campaign reform, a bipartisan group of lawmak- ers took the measure to voters and it was passed by voters. It was known as one of the strongest campaign reform laws in the nation, prohibiting both corporate and labor union" contributions to candi- dates, the amounts candidates or their relatives could contri- Education about actioteY take regarding the plaaent or assignment of handPped students. The State Board's ion is an attempt to r;e a conflict with the U.S ice of Education over louri's state plan for sIeduca - Lion and to prevehe kms of as much as $6m!!jqn in federal special cauon aia during the etnt hool year. :: Sellers, deceased. In the estate of J. Earl Marjorie Louise McDonald, Notice is hereby give Liliard, deceased. Estate No, 8248 Executrix a final settlement and  Mic  CameromMissougi for determination of ...... To all persons interested in Tele. No. 632-3490 the estate of J. Earl Lillard, decedent: On the 22rd day of Decem- ber, 1977, the last Will of J. Earl Lillard was admitted to probate and James Richard Lillard was appointed the executor of the estate of J. Earl Lillard, decedent, by the probate court of Lewis Coun- ty, Missouri, on the 23rd day 1st Pub. Dec. 29 4t NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of Farmers and Merchants Bank of LaGrange, LaGrange, Missouri, for the election of Directors and the transaction of any other persons who are the s sors in interest to the and real property decedent and of the character of their int therein and for such property, will be the Probate Court of County, Missouri, undersigned on the 27th January, 1978, or as by the court, and the{ " bedroom Canton home with aluminum siding, 21/2 car - Under state v which., has 1 garage and corner lot. I cans this year. Ranked as the bute and strict reporting of been in effect,ce 197iocal of December, 1977. The busi- $6,000--305 S. 4th, low price on this 5 room rental deadliest killer in the United funds spent for or by. any school board.eVe aUM|ority ness address of the executor is i i States, and one of the most candidate, to determintm placement Ewing, Missouri, and his property makes it an appealing investment opportunity, i insidious diseases around the  suit was brought by and assign# of handicap- attorney is Earl L. Veatch, $7,500--711 White, 6 rooms, aluminum sided home and world, high blood pressure -- Lar's Educational and Po- ped childrefhe State;$rd whose business address is double garage located on over 1 lots. also known as hypertension -- litl Club, a Kansas Ctiy of Edudati howeve.as Moncello, Missouri. $34,500--S. College Hill, 5 year old'total electric 3  has no peer in the realm of group. Joined by ,Heavy authority der the lat to All creditors of said dece- bedroom ranch with fireplace, built-in appliances and medical horror statistics. Construction I.berers Local investigatOch decisions by dent are notified to file claims attached garage. In this clearlv written, 663 of Kansas City, they local has and to assure in court within six months $17,s00--612 Bland, remodeled 6 room Canton home 1 easily" understandable book, contended it went far beyond compliarteith state law. features detached garage and quiet location. Dr. Max Feinman tells you necessary objectives in clean, It hagen the position of .ml"O  $27,000--704 Washington, attractive 4 bedroom with 1%  everything you should know ing up campaigns, the StaJBoard that these baths, fireplace, garage and 2 lots. about this often underestimat- They said the act was so provisioin state law satisfy   $17,250--809 Hampton Lane, like new3 bedroom with  Ied killer, vague, indefinite and un- federafdue process" re- natural gas heat and all hardwood floors, certain as to guarantee its quirerdS under Public Law 1 $12,500--503 Washington, well located, 2 bedroom 1 CARD OF THANKS unenforceability and would 94-142ecording to federal CANTON. MO. business that may come before the meeting, will be held at the office of said corporation, at 9:00 a.m. on January 9, 1976. Harold Schaffer, Secretary 1st Pub. Dec. 29 2t NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice is hereby given that the annual stockholders' meet- ing of the Bank of Monticello will be held at its banking house in the Town of Monticel- objections of exce such settlement or any item thereof writing and filed days after the filing of settlement. Zenge & Smith, Attorneys-at-Law 329 Lewis Street Canton, Missouri 63435 Tele. No. 314-288-4461 -s-Jim W Adm 835 Sherwood Florissant, Mo. 1o, Missouri, on the 9th day of 1st Pub. Dec. 29 i with basement and natural gas heat. We wish to thank those who lead to chaos and uncertainty reguions, though, local THURSDAY, JAN. $, 1978 January, 1978. $12,000--Bargain price on this 5 room bungalow with i sent cards and in the election process. .scho@oards are not recog- made pEsEta- state special education plan, I i tl.n tthilo Iai .... ;. +uo They contended it imposed nizOs impartial hearing pending resolution of the 1 garage located in quiet neighborhood and has large h'a"nitu"l''n i'. b"--"h'h, serious restraints on freedom bed/and the State Board is backyard with fruit trees and garden space, hom*'e--it is d'l -a'--reel" of speech, and left the door. to review ally com- $12,000---611 Clark, this low priced 7 room home on IZ/z p y pp at- . reqI difference in due process 1 = - { open to third party manipu- 1# or appeal which it procedures. The distribution ", / ed. P lots needs remodeling,: an excellent opportunity for the + Lewis and Orml Stewart lation of the election process. " reins, of $1.6 million in federal funds / ,  i weekend carpenter or investor. '- The Supreme Court agreed, an effort to solve this to local school districts during  ' /] - I c,lict, the State Board the first quarter of the school l " with$14'800"-shoD316facilities.S' 5th, 5 room bungalow and heated garage {  dcted the Department of year also was approved. .,  | $22,000-- 709 Donaldson, lovely 2 bedroom home with l 1 I00ll00A! lrllaArllalL  H mentary and Secondary Recently, llowever, theDe- 1 + li . baths, aluminum siding, carport and 1% lots. "LJLaX']kl.d l.Nk.. 1  1  R ucation to develop a regu- partment of Education was ! $22.000-610 Bland, completely remodeled, 6 room, 3 . 1 ,m ,= ,h ,. _ m, [] tion requiring local school notified that the special 7/- )   1 I . FIIU K AI [ _ [,ards to report to the education plan was not in l bedroom home in quiet neighborhood. $13,900--703 White, owner wants immediate sale on this  m 1-ll I II-I = Mepartment of Education compliance with federal re-  " , [ CANTON hen the local board serves quirements. As a result $6 2 .  air conditioned, 2 bedroom home, has basement and  tment ,s furmture S a hearing body in special million m federal aid for the 1 , ! entire year could be withheld - --_._  | garage, included, buy this one and start receiving agood return education cases. Local deci- from Missouri, and first " --  . $29,500--12 Lewis, well kept 3 unit apt., excellent condition throughout, new bath fixtures and water I on your investment at once. sions could then be reviewed quarter payments could be 1  . heaters. South 4th Street. Three bedrooms with new zltchen, at the state level as required P g g . n y t ..... In anticipation of the funds, : i LaGRANGE  new wiring, new lumbin throu hauL. Fur ace phi wo by federal law. It is hoped subject to recall. '   I ears old n w rap , that this propman will satisf Y . e ' f Includes three 50 lots Y many Missouri school districts 1 $37,500--LaGrange, new 6 rooms, 3 bedroom home, " the federal requirement for One mile West of Canton city limits with approximatel state involvement in settling had planned to expand ser- . . ! -- basementlocated Onandthebuilt.inblUff withappliances.beautiful riverview, has full  one acre. Two bedrooms, 16' x 24' living room, hot watt -u ................ vices and hire additional :::.'=.::: -" COMMERCIAL  .............. , uo,, aut speca eauca- oaseooaro neaL car port. rms ,s an extra race nom, tion services, teachers for handicapped chil- ::":-*-'--'"'--_/:j':Z  i $15dd)0---113 N. ,4th, 2 story commercial building in the AoP::tri?iaJ:lt:nYlars old. If you want a home m t/ 'In practice, virtually all dren. Such plans are not in l ,: , [ center of Canton s downtown area. Retail business in  " ' questionsanoutspeciale(luca. I am hopeful that the I mm00wlW00TWnl00I! i lower level with apartment above. 600 South 4th Street. Two bedrooms, like new Natu tion are resolved at the local doubt.  $22,--Canton Paint & wallpaper business. Good  Gas furnace. Only $10,250.00. ' level, said Arthur L. MtI- regulation proposed by the 1 v J L, nm -- v income producer, includes all stock and two apartmo-+s. Commercial location On old Highway 61 formallv ln lory, Missouri Commissioner State Board of Education will . , ] 0 (lucatlon 9 unit mobile home park on6 shaded lots in Canton  as Smitty's Truck Stop. Good building - with blacktoot- f',,. " . settle this matter and will be woo Fiber Blowing Insulation redtes cost for i we are not questmmn the includes 4 furnished mobile homes and laundromat 400 ft. street frontage. - ..... authority of ability" of "glocal (a?t'a'blmtmLlssl'3L:ChMl! 1 both heating and air conditioning, t facilities. Call today for details. " 18.5 acres on State Route C Ideal for commer h " ACREAGES LA t,At,r or school officials" " to deal wth lory said. "The funds at stake 1 woo, Fiber Blowing Insulation has a high residential building Has a large two story, brmlOm $65,000--100acre farm near Wllliamstown has 75 per  ' " e t ese matters The conflict m  issue.  .be a. big asset thermal resistance "R".  is red sup#dot to | , -- ^ ,-  . :.+... with the federal government tar lOCal schOOlS m maproving t cent tillable ground, 7 room home and good water mat cuulo oe reno ........ their services for handicapped vermlculate, most expanded pob/seryene, /down | , { supply. Owner financing.  - ,1 tldin involves a technicality -- the tusiness district on Main Street. Commerc'a nuestion -f ,,h,, tal,, t,o children. fiberglass and mineral woo/ I Offlco .......... 288- 4427 with parkin lot Owner anxious to sell Price rced nitiative in-notif in'] ..... "The approach adopted by ' " 2 story orc - m nusiness district priced for qtt sala. Department of Education or the Board also appears more MEETS FHA/HUD & VA REQUIRF.MENT$ . Ly.n Hudntrt. Reo|tor . . 288-3228 - " " Y g the desirable than trying to *'-".. a,..Ira e,, .... 1% lots, good business location, the State Board of ,Education change our state law which .u,, u .m ms,: rmlllllBl  1 { .ry Zongo, Associate . 288-3213  RIC ........ "-" when a local boards decision HARDS REAL iS abOUtappealeda hand,capital,, ' child" m" has worked so well," Mallory | 1 Ran BJrger, Associate.. VACATION 1., l CANTON LUMBER C0} Estate is our ONLY business CLYDE A. RICHARD$, BROKER Earlier" this year, the U S 'r  rams Im . PHONE 314. zutl. 3026. It| CANTC MC' first-quarterOffice of EducatiOnapproval togaVethe .mm. PHONE 314-288-,t.438- CANTON, MO.