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00o0000[eo00Qo BY MRS. NANCY BREEDING Erma Waggoner and Mr. and Mrs. James English. died Dec. 29 in Orlando, Fla. Relatives here have receiv- ed word of the death Dec. 29 at Orlando, Fla., of Miss Erma Wagganer. Miss Wag- ganer formerly lived here with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hicks, and attended Monticello school. Mrs. Lester Hoffman of Canton called on Miss Linnie Jenkins Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray were New Years eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gale and family. _ Mrs. Mildred Pierce and Mrs. Jim Pierce and daugh- ters of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg Thurs- day morning. Mrs. Okie Legg visited Mrs. Mabel Briscoe Saturday morning. Lynn Felgar of Hamilton visited his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer Friday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick of Lewistown and Rev. and Mrs. Bob Mushrush of Jacksonville. Linton Jenkins took his daughter, Jayne, to St. Louis Monday where she went by plane to Florida where she is a student at Stetson College. Mr. and Mrs. William Schlager were Saturday sup- per guests of Mrs. Lillard Wallace and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kim- berley visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sharp at LaBelle Monday. Mrs. Kimberley call- ed on several friends. Miss Stephani Callis of Moberly spent Christmas week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little. Mrs. Larry Job and Tonie and Mrs. Denny Job and Jake of Canton spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. A. C. Bran- s!me and guests, Mr, and Mrs. R,.sell Allen. Mrs. Harold Fretwell drove to Brookfieid Thursday and met Mrs. Bill Fretwell and Jennifer who returned to their home after visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meriowsky at Liberty. Miss Vai Geisendorfer spent Thrusday with Miss Tara McConnell. Miss Kim Anderson, flight allendan! on Ozark airlines out of SI. Louis, spent Thursday and Friday with her parcnls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and family. Elmer St. Clair called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kim- berley Friday afternoon. New Years eve guests of Mr, and Mrs, Dick Stith were Mr. and Mrs. I{ober! Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. t)ien Frelwell Mr. and Mrs. Kent Munz- linger called on Mr. and Mrs. Junior Houghton and family Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bron- stine called on Mr. and Mrs. Lary Bronstine and family Sunday afternoon. Lesa, Tract and Tricia Geisendorfer spent Friday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer. Brea Standhridge of Ewing spent Saturday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Welch and family. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Standbridge were dinner guests Sunday and she return- ed home with them. Miss Carol Veatch, Athens, Ga., and Roy Veatch of Kirkwood have returned to their homes after a vacation visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Veatch, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Johnnie attend- ed the annual Lay christmas dinner Sunday at the Canton Christian church. Annett and Todd Hinton came Friday to stay with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton while their grandfather, Eldon Rit- ter, with whom they make their home, is a patient in Blessing hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Ritter is staying with her daughter in Quincy to be near him. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams have been ill with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butcher of Hannibal were New Years eve dinner and watch party guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen of southern Missouri spent Tuesday to Friday with her mother, Mrs. A. C. Bronstine and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little and granddaughters attended a New Years eve watch party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Hudnut at Williams- town. Mrs. Arthur Kimberley spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Byers at LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ander- son and family left Sunday for their home at Miami, Okla., after a week&apos;s visit with relatives. His mother, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hicks were Friday supper guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hicks at Kirksville. Mrs. Kenneth Stice, Martin. Donna and Joni and Mrs. Pearl Hicks called on Mrs. Chester Stice Wednesday morning. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Larry Hudnut and Lori. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray entertained at a soup supper Sunday evening. Present were Mrs. Linnie Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bringer, Mr. and Mrs. Vancil Scifres, and Linton Jenkins, Jayne and Debby. Mrs. Phillip Mcgee and Jennifer and Kenneth Stice of Lewistown were Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Harold Fretwell called to see Mrs. Gertrude Fretwell at Luther Manor home near Hannibal Thursday morning. Mrs. Melvin Grgurich, Da- vid and Tim spent Thursday to Saturday at Novinger with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fountain. New Years eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger and family were Mr. and Mrs. "Allen Krueger and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and Rickie and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hamlin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McReynolds and Jeff were Friday supper guests of Mrs. Margaret Niemeyer at the Canton Pizza Hut. Linton Jenkins and daugh- ters were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller at LaPlata. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Callis of Moberly joined them there. The grandchildren, Stephani Callis and Dawn and Darren Miller, who had visited their grandparents, returned to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgu- rich and Mrs. Richard Hudnut of Williamstown attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford at Downing. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Florey of Keokuk spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger. Neighbors in the Bunker Hill neighborhood met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family before Christmas and visited many of the homes singing Christ- mas carols. Those who accom- panied the Brown family were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Munzlinger, Mr. and Mrs. David Munzlinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Hinton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Little and family and Annette and Todd Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hamlin attended the annual - SALE --- SALE --- SALE - -- JANUARY CLEARANCE . REFRIGERATORS o WASHERS -. & FREEZERS o DRYERS lille SAVE SPECIAL m Big Discounts ON STEREO CONSOLE'S New Years party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Shinn at LaBelle Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munz- linger and Mrs. Elsie Munz- linger spent New Years eve with Mrs. Arthur Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hough- ton and Dean of Polo spent Sunday with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family. Ray Hanley of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg and guests Thursday after- noon. Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family were Richard, Terry and Russell Munzlinger, Ver- non Crow and Lester Munz- linger, Kurt and Kevin of High Ridge. Kurt and Kevin stayed over until the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- rell accompanied Mrs. George Nesbitt and Hubert to Ewing where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Elsie Merrell at the Assembly of God church. Malissa Prather entered St. Mary hospital at Quincy Saturday for tests and re- mains a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts of Grace Lake, Ill., spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Johnnie. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raubuazzo were Fri- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Hinton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raubuazzo left that afternoon for their home at Putnam Valley, N. Y., after spending the Christmas holi- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fret- well and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and Jennifer attend- ed the annual holiday family dinner Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Les Little in Canton. Alfred Hinton was a dinner guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton. Miss Janice Legg spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg. Miss Laura Hulse joined them Friday. The ladies returned to their home at Kirksville Monday. Miss Nan Smith was a dinner guest New Years Eve and watched the old year out. Lester, David, Ralph and Dick Munzlinger of High Ridge spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs JerryHoughton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- rell attended open house Saturday afternoon at the home of their daughter, Mrs. LaVerne Bevans, compliment- ing the 19th birthday of her daughter, LaGina. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gei- sendorfer and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Geisendorfer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer. Mrs. Bob Goehl and chil- dren spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Ross Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Legg and O Ho00ted dinner in pa'00mts home Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur 3ross and twin daughters, Bet and Patty, hosted a dinnerMon- day evening at the home place of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Gross. Present wee Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scifres and three sons of Joliet, ME and Mrs. John Gross and Mark and Mrs. Eva Carter. h'. and Mrs. Wilbur Gross and daugh- ters returned to their home in Seattle, Wash., Wednesday after spending the Christmas holidays here. Mrs. Leora Byers returned to her home Sunday evening after spending a few days in the home of her daughter, Mr. MRS, OMER RIFE were Mrs. Jmanita Ritter and Janice Carter and Jana. Mrs. Adm Benson and Mrs. Frankie L;slie were Friday afternoon :allers of Mr. and Mrs. Ome" Rife. Mr. anJ Mrs. Dean Wood and famly of Lansing, Ill., spent ClTistmas eve and day in the lame of his parents, Mr. anc,Irs. Bill Wood. Mrs. Donald Shouse and daughr were Wednesday evenir, visitors in the home of Mrand Mrs. Bill Wood. Cal Gottreau was a Friday evemg guest in the home of Mr..nd Mrs. Omer'Rife. 1. and Mrs. J. T. Carter andamily of Jefferson City we week end Christmas gsts in the home of his nher, Mrs. Eva Carter. Cir. and Mrs. Harry Scifres td three sons of Joliet spent e Christmas holiday in the ome of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walter md Mrs. John Gross and Mr. near Barry. and Mrs. Virgil Scifres. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin who had spent the Christmas were Thursday and Friday holiday in the home of Pau visitors in the home of Mr. and Kathryn Hirsch, lef and Mrs. Bill Wood. Friday morning for Indiana visit his brother, Mr. and M' David Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur G,S and daughers, Betty ld Patty of Seattle, WL, visited his mother, rs. Fanny Gross, who rem a patient in Adair cnty nursing home in Kirks. Russell Allen of the e of the Ozarks visited FY in the home of Mr. aT Mrs. Ome Rife. Christmas day dimg uests in the home of Mr. d Mrs. Pearl Ritter were r. and Mrs. Don Carper. ike and Renee, Mr. and 1V Charles Snider and Jeff, 5 and Mrs: Champ Ritter, lap nd Mrs. Randy Ritter, 1, Nicole, Ryan, Kristin  Justin Of Cameron. Afte on callers Mrs. Frankie Leslie return- ed home Monday after spend- ing Christmas eve and day in the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Moore in Hannibal. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Moore and children of St. Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Benson hosted a Saturday family Christmas dinner in their home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boudreau, Chad and Angela, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Benson, Kelly and Kevin and Mrs. Adna Ben.son. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ward of Jerseyville and her mother, Mrs. Marie Barnes of Saver- ton spent the Christmas week in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Carl Gottreau recently visit- ed in the home of Mr. and OU/lhSF Mrs. Luther Lewis near Phila- Pm, F.- delphia. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood li] cam. MO THURSD JAN. 5, 1978 spent Suf evening with Mr. and 1 Charles Little. Mrs. B 'Ieyers of Canton was Tue  and Wednesday dinner :[ of Mrs. A. C. Bronstirliss Debby Lowe was amsday afternoon caller. Eri Tiffany Benton of Cantpent Saturday eve- ning their grandparents, Mr.. Mrs. Pearl Hicks whileir parents, Mr. and Mr, erry Benton, were attng a wedding recep- were Christmas day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.-Jim Goodwin in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and Mark hosted a Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gross and twin daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and family -and Mrs. Eva Carter as guests. Mrs. Elvin Christman called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Good- win of Quincy were Friday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife. Thursday the Wood family Christmas dinner was hosted" in the home of Mr. and Mrs. tio ' Dale Wood in Brashear. y supper guests of Mr. Present were Mr. and Mrs. airs. Allen Krueger and Lee Wood of Bethel, Mr. and swere Mr. and Mrs. D(n Mrs. Roy Wood and family of utchan and Dennis and LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arthur Krueger. Latimer of Newark and Mr. r. and Mrs. Evert Hinton and Mrs. Bill Wood. and family were Mrs. e Anderson, Mr. and Mr u Anderson and family gr. and Mrs. Danny Dann ier and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Artk ira" berley called Wed to see Tom English wh mtly returned home , the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. r ;rwn children called on Mr. and as after Christmas dinner Mrs. Jerry Houghton and .,sis Monday Mr. and Mrs. family Saturday evening. 4"ris Hinton and Arlin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Littler. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and granddaughter, Stephand Malissa. Callis, drove to LaPlat:Monday supper guests of Thursday and visited Mr. ardr ' and Mrs. Don BrOwn and Mrs. Don Miller and fami[amily were Mr. and Mrs. Don Dawn and Darren accoDavis and Terry of Quincy, panied them home. EnrOMr. and Mrs. Vernon Brown home they stopped at LaB of Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Manor and visited with Dennis Danforth, Mrs. Ros- Marks.  etta Brown and Alfred Hinton. Thursday supper gu Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Mr. and Mrs. Leland P attended the annval New Years family dinne: Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Grace Florea at Knox City. Other guests vere Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sice and daughter of LaGrage, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ;tice and family and Mrs.Jtdy Gaus and family of Lewisown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forea and family, Mr. and rs. Tim Florea and daughte. Supper guests were Mr. md Mrs. Chuck Florea. Friday to Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillard Wallacewere Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dieerson of Jamesport, Mrs. Leds Cox of Gailetin. Mrs. Robe Johnson of Canton and Breno Schlag- er. Other Frida} supper guests were Mr. z]d Mrs. William Schlager of aGrange and Mr. and M's. Jim Schlage. Mrs. Grace Floreereturned Get: Shield to her home at Kox City Thursday after vising thru Fretwell Christmas with her laughter, ty' was Friday MF Home rs Insur e SHELTER felt home thmgs $HELTEll  . " you heve r home hmgs SHELTER " thet hap/ your home Christmas day dinner and supper guests in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch were Mr. and Mrs. James Hirsch and daughter of Pitts- field, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward and Mrs. Marie Barnes. Thursday dinner guests in the home of Kathryn and Paul Hirsch were Mrs. Marie Barnes of Saverton, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward of Jersey- ville, Mrs. Walter Hamilton and daughter, Brenda, and three children of Hannibal and Mrs. Omer Rife. PRAIRIE VIEW NEWS & VIEWS Due to the outbreak of flu in our community we are re- stricting all visitors at this time. Please feel free to call the office or stop by the office to check on your loved ones. We have no flu in the nursing home at this time and hope by taking these precautions we can prevent it being brought in to our residents. Due to the flu in the community the regular monthly bingo has been cancelled until February. A Spelling Bee was held Monday afternoon for those wishing to take part. The monthly 'Birthday Par- afternoon. January is month to drawi00 PTherfe? yea ris h ePr ?at: |y?us h o [wa t?hdf  time to plan your spending to outwit inflation and rising costs. January is the month to start! Organize a plan for the year, draw up a personal calendar with birthdays, anni- versaries and holidays for 1978. While you have your per- sonal calendar out, list med- ical and dental checkups, traditional sales which[ _ the white sales and ,-,ne e b' mLN' sales (for example, Wt'_ ton Birthday, Columbus Mauri January" g the mo serie., ^,$urance start 1978 income t,, make your personal ca rs" Del _ a'ies as list of needs for the y the gift list. m 2 gam rner. ( rnes of vacation plans, three-day and ties; B: four-day week ends. Remem- ][/:ies anc her school and camp clothes, series Is it time to replace some of the household equipment? Through the use of a personal calendar your shop- ping can be planned. It will allow you to take advantage of seasonal sales. There are three traditional seasonal sales for store-wide clear- ances. These occur after Christmas, after Easter and after July 4. According to Mark Ruth Knott. family economics and management specialist, Uni- versity of Missouri Extension, gl00at00pebut00g Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Thrash- er. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear, Anne, Jim and Bob and Jim Zahn ate dinner with Mrs. Robert Minear Thurs- day. Anne Minear called on Denise Brotherton Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Michel and Marsha were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daak. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Michel were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guerdon Eth- ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dan Miller and Janee entertained during the holidays Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. Ernest Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Miller and the Max Rockwell family. Mrs. Ernest Weber visited Mrs. Robert Minear Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin of Chesterfield were Sunday morning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber hosted the Weber holiday dinner Wednesday. Nineteen were present. They were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulin of Monroe, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hulin of Newton, Ia., the David Hulin family of Dover, N. H., Mr. and Mrs. Wade Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Kristy Hines, Mrs. Barbara Weber, Kenny and Beth. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daven- port spent the holiday vaca- tion with their parents and families, Mrs. Don Davenport and children at Joplin, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor at Jonesburg. They returned home Tuesday. Mrs. John Searle, Carolyn and Duane were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger. Mrs. Verlin Luker and son of Quincy visited in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family Saturday afternoon. Rev. Joe Alloway of Alex- andria was a Thursday over night and Friday guest in the Wilson-Swartz home. rnes frc BY MISS MINNIE SEI Keith Mr. and Mrs. Albert ! series non were Christmas we[nleZmgea: visitors of T. Sgt. andS" e Paul Shannon and fa as Plattsmouth, Nebr. eer e  the T( D. of I. soup luncheon.. . 8th, at the Shrine ..mn, 1 .... olnts w] Patrick churcn rom it.. . tglneerln to 2 p.m. ries Ste fl Bob F SUBSCRIBE ley's F, ,/ving hm | series i series d Paul 1 Paul's int win LUCILLE MINEAII. Tru 'ueger fred Hi :serve L On New Years day Mrin k of L Mrs. Francis Sharpe=erve, Glenn entertained the f0serP ha,, . ing with a family dinner, i '. r es and and Mrs. Eugene Shxae 547 Mr. and Mrs. John Leil i31ed and two girls of Ewing roP " " ', U YOL and Mrs. John O'Brien, i_ , , two boys of Durham Mr] a'9 es" " ' l ll(l Mrs. Danny Miller and Svistowr Ewing and Mrs. Se[e Cafe, Brocksmith of LaBelle.  How, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mi^  " tel and family of St..-..-- -al';oUS were Saturday over nighti n .. New Years day guests of lar e T E. Wilson Mr. and Mrt-erU-" s a R. Swartz a'nd James Kto  man. n Bo series The children of Mr. n 3 " Mrs. Donnie Hall of LerP_lnl --, town stayed Saturday 1 series and New Years day with Shut out great grandparents Mr rks "" ' " . er Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Other e 515 tars in the Hirsch hlker ^ i Sunday were Mrs Bo=U<,  a z Ashford and Angela "and int evan' Elaine Stutsman. s trot .e. Marti Mr. and Mrs. Delbert ML ave- were New Years day guest  r H her parents, Mr. and wn 8, ( Orval Breen. ivision Mrs. Lee Taylor sittonBow Wednesday night with [rsweet father, Ralph Menke, whoarkley 1 ill with the flu, laterborman s developed pneumonia, w Imp was taken to Veterans h al in Columbia. Later he dismissed from the Then on New Years was again quite ill and taken to KO hospital: Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor visited him Mrs. Bob Miller, Sr., D. Miller and Janee recent visitors of Mrs. Seeber near Edina. Mrs. T. E. Wilson and and Mrs. W. R. entertained Thursday supper in honor of the birthday of James Guests were Barbara of Colony and David of Ewing. Mrs. W. R. Swartz James Kleinman visited George Seeber Wednes& Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and family attended a New Years dinner at the of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Coon Real Estate Larry Coon, Broker Route 5 Quincy, III. 62301 OFFICE 217-222-0212 RES. 217-222-0211 120 ACRES, 40 acres timber pasture, balance open pture  which 40 ocres could be tilloble. Located NW of LaBeile. $325 per core. LEWISTOWN completely remodeled home, 5 and bath, sets on 5 acres with 6 pads for mobile homes, set up for 20 additionol pads. Priced to at only $34,000. The inside of house is re=lly T0 see either of these properties or if thinking of selling your property give us a call. Craig A. Hi.ton Mr. and Mrs. Chest Stice. ART'S SALES & SERVICE 4-288-3734' New Years eve uests of Birthdays for January were :  Associate NIC00 ] Mr. and Mrs. Burrll Smith Dorothy Taylor, Jan. 6, 1902; CANTON, MO, Mo. [ were Mr. and Mrs.. N. Fee Georgia Chidester, Jan. 26, Ite 2 . Cn, . land Mr. and Mr. A. J. 1887; and Addle Levengood, Phone 314-288.301 ] Bronstine. Jan. 10, 1886. " =.. .__ TU, i {/_.J_ I / //# z. , SAFETY IEPOSIT t Of BOXES AtiAILABLE , :. ' IO N r,c = L t O. M , =<" LENDER | 00o0000[eo00Qo BY MRS. NANCY BREEDING Erma Waggoner and Mr. and Mrs. James English. died Dec. 29 in Orlando, Fla. Relatives here have receiv- ed word of the death Dec. 29 at Orlando, Fla., of Miss Erma Wagganer. Miss Wag- ganer formerly lived here with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hicks, and attended Monticello school. Mrs. Lester Hoffman of Canton called on Miss Linnie Jenkins Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray were New Years eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gale and family. _ Mrs. Mildred Pierce and Mrs. Jim Pierce and daugh- ters of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg Thurs- day morning. Mrs. Okie Legg visited Mrs. Mabel Briscoe Saturday morning. Lynn Felgar of Hamilton visited his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer Friday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick of Lewistown and Rev. and Mrs. Bob Mushrush of Jacksonville. Linton Jenkins took his daughter, Jayne, to St. Louis Monday where she went by plane to Florida where she is a student at Stetson College. Mr. and Mrs. William Schlager were Saturday sup- per guests of Mrs. Lillard Wallace and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kim- berley visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sharp at LaBelle Monday. Mrs. Kimberley call- ed on several friends. Miss Stephani Callis of Moberly spent Christmas week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little. Mrs. Larry Job and Tonie and Mrs. Denny Job and Jake of Canton spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. A. C. Bran- s!me and guests, Mr, and Mrs. R,.sell Allen. Mrs. Harold Fretwell drove to Brookfieid Thursday and met Mrs. Bill Fretwell and Jennifer who returned to their home after visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meriowsky at Liberty. Miss Vai Geisendorfer spent Thrusday with Miss Tara McConnell. Miss Kim Anderson, flight allendan! on Ozark airlines out of SI. Louis, spent Thursday and Friday with her parcnls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and family. Elmer St. Clair called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kim- berley Friday afternoon. New Years eve guests of Mr, and Mrs, Dick Stith were Mr. and Mrs. I{ober! Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. t)ien Frelwell Mr. and Mrs. Kent Munz- linger called on Mr. and Mrs. Junior Houghton and family Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bron- stine called on Mr. and Mrs. Lary Bronstine and family Sunday afternoon. Lesa, Tract and Tricia Geisendorfer spent Friday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer. Brea Standhridge of Ewing spent Saturday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Welch and family. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Standbridge were dinner guests Sunday and she return- ed home with them. Miss Carol Veatch, Athens, Ga., and Roy Veatch of Kirkwood have returned to their homes after a vacation visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Veatch, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Johnnie attend- ed the annual Lay christmas dinner Sunday at the Canton Christian church. Annett and Todd Hinton came Friday to stay with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton while their grandfather, Eldon Rit- ter, with whom they make their home, is a patient in Blessing hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Ritter is staying with her daughter in Quincy to be near him. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams have been ill with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butcher of Hannibal were New Years eve dinner and watch party guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen of southern Missouri spent Tuesday to Friday with her mother, Mrs. A. C. Bronstine and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little and granddaughters attended a New Years eve watch party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Hudnut at Williams- town. Mrs. Arthur Kimberley spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Byers at LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ander- son and family left Sunday for their home at Miami, Okla., after a week's visit with relatives. His mother, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hicks were Friday supper guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hicks at Kirksville. Mrs. Kenneth Stice, Martin. Donna and Joni and Mrs. Pearl Hicks called on Mrs. Chester Stice Wednesday morning. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Larry Hudnut and Lori. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray entertained at a soup supper Sunday evening. Present were Mrs. Linnie Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bringer, Mr. and Mrs. Vancil Scifres, and Linton Jenkins, Jayne and Debby. Mrs. Phillip Mcgee and Jennifer and Kenneth Stice of Lewistown were Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Harold Fretwell called to see Mrs. Gertrude Fretwell at Luther Manor home near Hannibal Thursday morning. Mrs. Melvin Grgurich, Da- vid and Tim spent Thursday to Saturday at Novinger with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fountain. New Years eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger and family were Mr. and Mrs. "Allen Krueger and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and Rickie and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hamlin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McReynolds and Jeff were Friday supper guests of Mrs. Margaret Niemeyer at the Canton Pizza Hut. Linton Jenkins and daugh- ters were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller at LaPlata. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Callis of Moberly joined them there. The grandchildren, Stephani Callis and Dawn and Darren Miller, who had visited their grandparents, returned to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgu- rich and Mrs. Richard Hudnut of Williamstown attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford at Downing. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Florey of Keokuk spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger. Neighbors in the Bunker Hill neighborhood met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family before Christmas and visited many of the homes singing Christ- mas carols. Those who accom- panied the Brown family were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Munzlinger, Mr. and Mrs. David Munzlinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Hinton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Little and family and Annette and Todd Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hamlin attended the annual - SALE --- SALE --- SALE - -- JANUARY CLEARANCE . REFRIGERATORS o WASHERS -. & FREEZERS o DRYERS IlallO SAVE SPECIAL a) Big Discounts ON STEREO CONSOLE'S New Years party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Shinn at LaBelle Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munz- linger and Mrs. Elsie Munz- linger spent New Years eve with Mrs. Arthur Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hough- ton and Dean of Polo spent Sunday with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family. Ray Hanley of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg and guests Thursday after- noon. Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family were Richard, Terry and Russell Munzlinger, Ver- non Crow and Lester Munz- linger, Kurt and Kevin of High Ridge. Kurt and Kevin stayed over until the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- rell accompanied Mrs. George Nesbitt and Hubert to Ewing where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Elsie Merrell at the Assembly of God church. Malissa Prather entered St. Mary hospital at Quincy Saturday for tests and re- mains a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts of Grace Lake, Ill., spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Johnnie. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raubuazzo were Fri- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Hinton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raubuazzo left that afternoon for their home at Putnam Valley, N. Y., after spending the Christmas holi- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fret- well and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and Jennifer attend- ed the annual holiday family dinner Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Les Little in Canton. Alfred Hinton was a dinner guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton. Miss Janice Legg spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg. Miss Laura Hulse joined them Friday. The ladies returned to their home at Kirksville Monday. Miss Nan Smith was a dinner guest New Years Eve and watched the old year out. Lester, David, Ralph and Dick Munzlinger of High Ridge spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs JerryHoughton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- rell attended open house Saturday afternoon at the home of their daughter, Mrs. LaVerne Bevans, compliment- ing the 19th birthday of her daughter, LaGina. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gei- sendorfer and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Geisendorfer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer. Mrs. Bob Goehl and chil- dren spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Ross Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Legg and O Ho00ted dinner in pa'00mts home Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur 3ross and twin daughters, Bet and Patty, hosted a dinnerMon- day evening at the home place of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Gross. Present wee Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scifres and three sons of Joliet, ME and Mrs. John Gross and Mark and Mrs. Eva Carter. h'. and Mrs. Wilbur Gross and daugh- ters returned to their home in Seattle, Wash., Wednesday after spending the Christmas holidays here. Mrs. Leora Byers returned to her home Sunday evening after spending a few days in the home of her daughter, Mr. MRS, OMER RIFE were Mrs. Jmanita Ritter and Janice Carter and Jana. Mrs. Adm Benson and Mrs. Frankie L;slie were Friday afternoon :allers of Mr. and Mrs. Ome" Rife. Mr. anJ Mrs. Dean Wood and famly of Lansing, Ill., spent ClTistmas eve and day in the lame of his parents, Mr. anc,Irs. Bill Wood. Mrs. Donald Shouse and daughr were Wednesday evenir, visitors in the home of Mrand Mrs. Bill Wood. Cal Gottreau was a Friday evemg guest in the home of Mr..nd Mrs. Omer'Rife. 1. and Mrs. J. T. Carter andamily of Jefferson City we week end Christmas gsts in the home of his nher, Mrs. Eva Carter. Cir. and Mrs. Harry Scifres td three sons of Joliet spent e Christmas holiday in the ome of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walter md Mrs. John Gross and Mr. near Barry. and Mrs. Virgil Scifres. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin who had spent the Christmas were Thursday and Friday holiday in the home of Pau visitors in the home of Mr. and Kathryn Hirsch, lef and Mrs. Bill Wood. Friday morning for Indiana visit his brother, Mr. and M' David Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur G,S and daughers, Betty ld Patty of Seattle, WL, visited his mother, rs. Fanny Gross, who rem a patient in Adair cnty nursing home in Kirks. Russell Allen of the e of the Ozarks visited FY in the home of Mr. aT Mrs. Ome Rife. Christmas day dimg uests in the home of Mr. d Mrs. Pearl Ritter were r. and Mrs. Don Carper. ike and Renee, Mr. and 1V Charles Snider and Jeff, 5 and Mrs: Champ Ritter, lap nd Mrs. Randy Ritter, 1, Nicole, Ryan, Kristin  Justin Of Cameron. Afte on callers Mrs. Frankie Leslie return- ed home Monday after spend- ing Christmas eve and day in the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Moore in Hannibal. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Moore and children of St. Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Benson hosted a Saturday family Christmas dinner in their home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boudreau, Chad and Angela, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Benson, Kelly and Kevin and Mrs. Adna Ben.son. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ward of Jerseyville and her mother, Mrs. Marie Barnes of Saver- ton spent the Christmas week in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Carl Gottreau recently visit- ed in the home of Mr. and OU/lhSF Mrs. Luther Lewis near Phila- Pm, F.- delphia. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood li] cam. MO THURSD JAN. 5, 1978 spent Suf evening with Mr. and 1 Charles Little. Mrs. B 'Ieyers of Canton was Tue  and Wednesday dinner :[ of Mrs. A. C. Bronstirliss Debby Lowe was amsday afternoon caller. Eri Tiffany Benton of Cantpent Saturday eve- ning their grandparents, Mr.. Mrs. Pearl Hicks whileir parents, Mr. and Mr, erry Benton, were attng a wedding recep- were Christmas day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.-Jim Goodwin in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and Mark hosted a Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gross and twin daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and family -and Mrs. Eva Carter as guests. Mrs. Elvin Christman called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Good- win of Quincy were Friday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife. Thursday the Wood family Christmas dinner was hosted" in the home of Mr. and Mrs. tio ' Dale Wood in Brashear. y supper guests of Mr. Present were Mr. and Mrs. airs. Allen Krueger and Lee Wood of Bethel, Mr. and swere Mr. and Mrs. D(n Mrs. Roy Wood and family of utchan and Dennis and LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arthur Krueger. Latimer of Newark and Mr. r. and Mrs. Evert Hinton and Mrs. Bill Wood. and family were Mrs. e Anderson, Mr. and Mr u Anderson and family gr. and Mrs. Danny Dann ier and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Artk ira" berley called Wed to see Tom English wh mtly returned home , the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. r ;rwn children called on Mr. and as after Christmas dinner Mrs. Jerry Houghton and .,sis Monday Mr. and Mrs. family Saturday evening. 4"ris Hinton and Arlin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Littler. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and granddaughter, Stephand Malissa. Callis, drove to LaPlat:Monday supper guests of Thursday and visited Mr. ardr ' and Mrs. Don BrOwn and Mrs. Don Miller and fami[amily were Mr. and Mrs. Don Dawn and Darren accoDavis and Terry of Quincy, panied them home. EnrOMr. and Mrs. Vernon Brown home they stopped at LaB of Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Manor and visited with Dennis Danforth, Mrs. Ros- Marks.  etta Brown and Alfred Hinton. Thursday supper gu Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Mr. and Mrs. Leland P attended the annval New Years family dinne: Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Grace Florea at Knox City. Other guests vere Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sice and daughter of LaGrage, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ;tice and family and Mrs.Jtdy Gaus and family of Lewisown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forea and family, Mr. and rs. Tim Florea and daughte. Supper guests were Mr. md Mrs. Chuck Florea. Friday to Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillard Wallacewere Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dieerson of Jamesport, Mrs. Leds Cox of Gailetin. Mrs. Robe Johnson of Canton and Breno Schlag- er. Other Frida} supper guests were Mr. z]d Mrs. William Schlager of aGrange and Mr. and M's. Jim Schlage. Mrs. Grace Floreereturned Get: Shield to her home at Kox City Thursday after vising thru Fretwell Christmas with her laughter, ty' was Friday MF Home rs Insur e SHELTER felt home thmgs $HELTEll  . " you heve r home hmgs SHELTER " thet hap/ your home Christmas day dinner and supper guests in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch were Mr. and Mrs. James Hirsch and daughter of Pitts- field, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward and Mrs. Marie Barnes. Thursday dinner guests in the home of Kathryn and Paul Hirsch were Mrs. Marie Barnes of Saverton, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward of Jersey- ville, Mrs. Walter Hamilton and daughter, Brenda, and three children of Hannibal and Mrs. Omer Rife. PRAIRIE VIEW NEWS & VIEWS Due to the outbreak of flu in our community we are re- stricting all visitors at this time. Please feel free to call the office or stop by the office to check on your loved ones. We have no flu in the nursing home at this time and hope by taking these precautions we can prevent it being brought in to our residents. Due to the flu in the community the regular monthly bingo has been cancelled until February. A Spelling Bee was held Monday afternoon for those wishing to take part. The monthly 'Birthday Par- afternoon. January is month to drawi00 PTherfe? yea ris h ePr ?at: |y?us h o [wa t?hdf  time to plan your spending to outwit inflation and rising costs. January is the month to start! Organize a plan for the year, draw up a personal calendar with birthdays, anni- versaries and holidays for 1978. While you have your per- sonal calendar out, list med- ical and dental checkups, traditional sales which[ _ the white sales and ,-,ne e b' mLN' sales (for example, Wt'_ ton Birthday, Columbus Mauri January" g the mo serie., ^,$urance start 1978 income t,, make your personal ca rs" Del _ a'ies as list of needs for the y the gift list. m 2 gam rner. ( rnes of vacation plans, three-day and ties; B: four-day week ends. Remem- ][/:ies anc her school and camp clothes, series Is it time to replace some of the household equipment? Through the use of a personal calendar your shop- ping can be planned. It will allow you to take advantage of seasonal sales. There are three traditional seasonal sales for store-wide clear- ances. These occur after Christmas, after Easter and after July 4. According to Mark Ruth Knott. family economics and management specialist, Uni- versity of Missouri Extension, gl00at00pebut00g Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Thrash- er. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear, Anne, Jim and Bob and Jim Zahn ate dinner with Mrs. Robert Minear Thurs- day. Anne Minear called on Denise Brotherton Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Michel and Marsha were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daak. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Michel were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guerdon Eth- ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dan Miller and Janee entertained during the holidays Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. Ernest Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Miller and the Max Rockwell family. Mrs. Ernest Weber visited Mrs. Robert Minear Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin of Chesterfield were Sunday morning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber hosted the Weber holiday dinner Wednesday. Nineteen were present. They were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulin of Monroe, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hulin of Newton, Ia., the David Hulin family of Dover, N. H., Mr. and Mrs. Wade Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Kristy Hines, Mrs. Barbara Weber, Kenny and Beth. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daven- port spent the holiday vaca- tion with their parents and families, Mrs. Don Davenport and children at Joplin, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor at Jonesburg. They returned home Tuesday. Mrs. John Searle, Carolyn and Duane were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger. Mrs. Verlin Luker and son of Quincy visited in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family Saturday afternoon. Rev. Joe Alloway of Alex- andria was a Thursday over night and Friday guest in the Wilson-Swartz home. rnes frc BY MISS MINNIE SEI Keith Mr. and Mrs. Albert ! series non were Christmas we[nleZmgea: visitors of T. Sgt. andS" e Paul Shannon and fa as Plattsmouth, Nebr. eer e  the T( D. of I. soup luncheon.. . 8th, at the Shrine ..mn, 1 .... olnts w] Patrick churcn rom it.. . tglneerln to 2 p.m. ries Ste fl Bob F SUBSCRIBE ley's F, ,/ving hm | series i series d Paul 1 Paul's int win LUCILLE MINEAII. Tru 'ueger fred Hi :serve L On New Years day Mrin k of L Mrs. Francis Sharpe=erve, Glenn entertained the f0serP ha,, . ing with a family dinner, i '. r es and and Mrs. Eugene Shxae 547 Mr. and Mrs. John Leil i31ed and two girls of Ewing roP " " ', U YOL and Mrs. John O'Brien, i_ , , two boys of Durham Mr] a'9 es" " ' l ll(l Mrs. Danny Miller and Svistowr Ewing and Mrs. Se[e Cafe, Brocksmith of LaBelle.  How, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mi^  " tel and family of St..-..-- -al';oUS were Saturday over nighti n .. New Years day guests of lar e T E. Wilson Mr. and Mrt-erU-" s a R. Swartz a'nd James Kto  man. n Bo series The children of Mr. n 3 " Mrs. Donnie Hall of LerP_lnl --, town stayed Saturday 1 series and New Years day with Shut out great grandparents Mr rks "" ' " . er Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Other e 515 tars in the Hirsch hlker ^ i Sunday were Mrs Bo=U<,  a z Ashford and Angela "and int evan' Elaine Stutsman. s trot .e. Marti Mr. and Mrs. Delbert ML ave- were New Years day guest  r H her parents, Mr. and wn 8, ( Orval Breen. ivision Mrs. Lee Taylor sittonBow Wednesday night with [rsweet father, Ralph Menke, whoarkley 1 ill with the flu, laterborman s developed pneumonia, w Imp was taken to Veterans h al in Columbia. Later he dismissed from the Then on New Years was again quite ill and taken to KO hospital: Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor visited him Mrs. Bob Miller, Sr., D. Miller and Janee recent visitors of Mrs. Seeber near Edina. Mrs. T. E. Wilson and and Mrs. W. R. entertained Thursday supper in honor of the birthday of James Guests were Barbara of Colony and David of Ewing. Mrs. W. R. Swartz James Kleinman visited George Seeber Wednes& Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and family attended a New Years dinner at the of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Coon Real Estate Larry Coon, Broker Route 5 Quincy, III. 62301 OFFICE 217-222-0212 RES. 217-222-0211 120 ACRES, 40 acres timber pasture, balance open pture  which 40 ocres could be tilloble. Located NW of LaBeile. $325 per core. LEWISTOWN completely remodeled home, 5 and bath, sets on 5 acres with 6 pads for mobile homes, set up for 20 additionol pads. Priced to at only $34,000. The inside of house is really T0 see either of these properties or if thinking of selling your property give us a call. Craig A. Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Chest Stice. ART'S SALES & SERVICE 4-288-3734' New Years eve uests of Birthdays for January were :  Associate NIC00 ] Mr. and Mrs. Burrll Smith Dorothy Taylor, Jan. 6, 1902; CANTON, MO, Mo. [ were Mr. and Mrs.. N. Fee Georgia Chidester, Jan. 26, Ite 2 . Cn, . land Mr. and Mr. A. J. 1887; and Addle Levengood, Phone 314-288.301 ] Bronstine. Jan. 10, 1886. " =.. .__ TU, i {/_.,/_ I / //# z. , SAFETY IEPOSIT t Of BOXES AtiAILABLE , :. ' IO N r,c = L t O. M , =<" LENDER |