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Bowling News ............... " Eaton 196, J. Franks 521 Canton Metal 658 716 685 County League Superior Steel 705 783 734 Maurice Tonnies with a Story 180 and 483 series as Tonnies FB TiemannService 816 779 744 shut out Ayers BevansGarage 786 871 772 Denny Danforth a 531 Welker 214 and 539 ties as Standard Machine Tritsch Liquor 790 693 732 2 games from Freeman&apos;s Martin-Propst 715 752 796 Wildcats to play eight Cner Glenn Bailey had Waterman & Spurgeon 177, es of 212, 223 for a 591 Waterman 480 ties; Bill Unmisig a 527 .ies and Johnny Waller a L V series as Moornams won 2 mes from B&H TV. B&H : SE Keith Willis a 214 game, m,.,| series. Hinton Trucking w games from Nichols "- --"l andS. ement. Lloyd Gantt a 519 . "'Jies as Carnet Wagon shut ] Ial' _ .,-- Heer r eeos. '. . the Town and Country A cneo  . , [Be m.lon, Lewis County Motor ._ .toints win over Automotive ,m "ineering. Skip Slater a 511 ties Steve Waterman 509 d Bob Farr a 506 series as E !ley's Funeral home won 3 ,_nts from Canton Towing. mdwing had Dennis Ludwig a t series and Steve Wright a ! series. Sam Plant a 512 d Paul Hinton a 536 series Paul's Mobil Service a 4 |nt win over Hinton Truck- INEAg. Trucking had Allen eger a 533 series and Ired Hinton a 501 series. . serve Life Insurance and aY Mrlk LaBelle split points of rpe  tserve had Warren Taylor a :he f. series, Don Sykes a 535 mner- i _. r es and Kent Leftwich a 220 L I:i, e' 547 series. Bank had "]l Bledsoe a 528 series, .wmg'irold Young a 203 game 547 sreni^ .  Jess Franks a 211 and , Mr ' md a nd Ray Clay a 507 series. _rwistownz Bank and Busy [lee-e Cafe split points. Bank jd Howard Fleer a 542 yM - t ies. Busy Bee had Darrell .,o.,. :" .':nston a 507 series. s''o'n the B Division Rick lard a 511 series as JM er !P sweet Feeds shut out es lkton Bowl. Jay Eaton a M  series as Stow Implement r._,m 3 points from Moormans. f Lormans had Jess Franks a ay i series. Superior Steel #ltn hut out over Canton Metal Mr :prks. Kenny Williams a 202 ner ne 515 series and Richard n_nlker a 214 game 539 series 1o Bevans Garage won 3 ann ints from Tiemann's Ser- .,e. Martin-Propst a 3 point rt  over Tritsch LiQuor Store guest - nd wn & Country League Bowl 773 725 633 eed 787 761 783 196, Lillard 511 718 754 763 Imp. 733 783 753 Town & Country League A Division Lewis Co. Motor 624 625 666 Auto Enginer. fft fft fft Mayer 151. Livingston 425 Canton Towing 798 753 822 Bailey's Funeral 770 765 843 Slater 196 and 511 Paul's Service 763 775 830 HintonTrucking 674 738 767 A. Krueger 199, P. Hinton 536 ReseveLife 852 923 831 Bank of LaBelle 867 900 835 Leftwich 220, Young 574 Lewistown Bank 741 799 798 Busy Bee Cafe 762 809 725 H. Fleer 193 and 542 Lewis County League TonniesFB Ins. 759 812 759 AyersOilers 735 742 695 M. Tonnies 189 and 512 Std. Machine 853 769 773 FreemansCorner727 865 759 Danforth 188 and 531 B&HTV 822 694 805 Moormans 738 867 812 Bailey 233 and 591 Nichols Imp. 762 694 690 HintonTrucking 777 825 677 Golden 188, Gower 489 Fleer Feeds 754 725 715 Carpet Wagon 762 794 776 L. Gantt & Tom Fleer 196, L. Gantt 519 Pin Up League Coffee Shop 947 951 Ayers Oilerettes 960 871 Reid 185 and 494 McKenzie-Neisen 953 1035 Canton Ins. 966 918 Whitlock 169 and 451 C&K CB Sales 986 937 Homer Trucking 973 900 Barry 179 and 466 Midtown 66 886 892 MFA Exchange 916 927 SoRer 170, Unmisig 454 games in 17 days With the Christmas break behind them, the Culver- Stockton Wildcats will begin the rigorous portion of their schedule that will see them play eight games in 17 days, beginning Saturday night, Jan. 7, when they'll travel to Jacksonville, Ill. to take on KountryKitchen 664 692 637 Thomas 170 and 417 Powder Puff League Canton Locker 689 710 648 Ctn Ready Mix 637 583 696 Shepherd 182, Boyer 468 Bank of Monti. 671 714 684 Ayers Oil Co. 644 735 677 Lindsey 178, Smith 500 Logsdon Oil Co. 722 698 646 Canton Bank 666 673 671 Brown 182, Hadfield 469 Reserve Life 702 649 707 Fleer Feed 730 671 743 Alberty 186 and 471 HolbertsSales 680 642 701 F&M Bank 732 703 675 Harsell 181 and 490 Friday Bantam League Rolling Devils 469 457 10th Frame 529 532 R. Lee 112 and 183 911 M.M. Midgets 535 576 896 Four Stars 535 560 K. Shannon 121 and 204 932 Whippers 484 528 913 Hi-Rollers 648 585 C. Holmes 170 and 285 883 League Leaders 568 473 921 Lucky Four 508 573 T. Owsley 114 and 204 9O4 886 Lipstick League Metropolitan Ins. 779 805 814 Don'sGrd. Ldr. 736 742 733 Harsell 189 and 542 Eagles 674 .%'72 61 Ben's Cycles 700 644 706 Dochterman 180 and 472 Martin-Propst 676 679 540 Reserve Life 660 686 697 Meyer 180 and 460 Berhorst & Sons 653 634 629 EllisonElectric 606 570 563 Dade 163, Otte 399 Hornet Cafe 613 609 639 NICHOL'$ IMPLEMENT CO. i Canton, Mo. Yuesday, Jan. lO00h i METHODIST CHURCH 7:00 P.M. Monday Early League Canton Locker 800 707 787 Grt. Rvr. Realty 729 755 862 Dodd 203 and 513 Van Agencies 720 763 720 Thompson Imp. 759 781 621 Eagles 707 752 705 Palmyra Sa,ing 784 787 752 Crist 203 and 480 MaywoodFD 756 653 713 Ayers.Oil Co. Eisenberg 178 and 527 Jacksons 733 880 782 Tri-State Fert. Manley 217 and 592 The Monday Early League completed the first haft of the bowling season this week with Palmyra Saving the winner with 41 points. Those following and their points are: Canton Locker 39, Great River Realty 39, Thompson Implement 39, Jacksons 34, Maywood Fire Department 32az, Eagles 31/z, Ayers Oil Co. 31/z, Varl Agencies 30z, and Tri-State Fertilizer 22. VOU c00rl BEII'II4 on It, GLENN A. MILLER Executive Vice President CANTON STATE BANK Financing a college educa- tion gets tougher every ,ear. You can be sure the ash is waiting by setting p a custodial account with the bank when your child is young. Custodial save you tax by transferring as- sets from your tax bracket your child's lower one. To start the account, sim- ply sign a form naming donor, recipient, custo- dian It's all his when he's 21: until then the custodian has control. You can put up to $3,000 a year into a cus- todial account without paying gift taxes - $6,000 if your spouse signs your gift tax return If you placed $3,000 into a 5'/, % savings account each year from your child's birth un- til he enters college at 18, it would amount to $93,000 - enough for col- lege with plenty left over when he's 21. tf you want to know more about custodial ac- counts, see any of our officers. 'When they ad- vise you on money mat - ters you can BANK on it! MacMurray College. The Wildcat's record stood at 3-5 after Monday's 81-34 loss to Middle Tennessee Stat University. Following th game, Culver-Stockton travel ed to Hattiesburg, Miss., for game with the University Southern Mississippi on Tuet day evening. The Highlanders from Ma- Murray College are currenty 1-6 on the season followinga 71-55 loss to Millikin Univ- sity on Dec. 17. They finishd last season with a 6-19 reccd and a fifth-place finish in e Prairie College Conference Thus far, they have beened by 6'3" forward Wendell Sweetland. He was last a- son's second-leading scorer with a 10 point-a-game aer- age, but has emerged as the team's leading scorer this year averaging 12.7 poiffs a game. He is also the ligh- landers leading rebomder, averaging 7.4 rebounds a game. The game will mark the third meeting between the two schools as the Wildcat won both previous meetings during the 1971-72 season by the scores of 93-87 and 92-61. Culve;'-Stockton will then return lme to play only their second home game of the season On Monday night, Jan. 9, when they will host Milton College from Milton, Wise. The lgilton Wildcats will bring a 5-6 record into the game fallowing their 97-83 victory er Mary College in the Milion College Holiday Tournarent, however, Wild- cat Coach Dale Race remains optimistc about the season. The :earn finished last season vith a 16-14 record and returnee 12 lettermen, to this year's quad. Heading the field am co-captains Scott Murray, last season's leading scorer th a 18.8 scoring average and an all-district selection, and Paul Lallen- sack, last year's leading rebounder. This season, Lal- lensack has paced the Wild- cats in both scoring and rebounding, scoring over 16 points a game and averaging about 10 rebounds. The game will mark the first meeting ever between the Wildcats of Culver-Stockton and the Wildcats from Milton College. CuIer-Stockton will play their third game in five days on Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, when they'll host Illinois College. The Blueboys currently hold a 4-1 record for the season and are coming off of a 91-65 win over cross-town rival Mac- Murray College. However, they haven't played a game since Dec. 7. The Blueboys possess a high-powered offense with three players scoring in double figures. This season they are scoring an average of 81.4 points a game while limiting their opponents to only 71.4 points a game. The scoring attack is led by junior guard Dan Vida who is averaging 18.4 points a game. Not far behind Vida is center Dan Little and forward Jeff Boss who are averaging 15.6 points a game and $3.0 points a game respectively. Little and Boss are also the team's leading rebounders with Little averaging 10.9 caroms and Boss averaging 9.0 rebounds a game. Illinois College has exper- ienced three successive win- ning seasons and has earned a berth in the NAIA playoffs two of the last three years. Cuh, er-Stockton holds a commanding advantage over the Blueboys in head-to-head competition as the Wildcats have won 27 of the 35 games played between the two schools. The Wildcats won last year's meeting 77-66 and currently hold a 12-game winning streak over Illinois College, dating back to 1967. Following the Illinois Col- lege game, the Wildcats will conclude their three-game homestand with a game against Westminster College on Saturday, Jan. 14. All three home games will be played in the Canton High School Gym- nasium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Highland Tournament Action LAY-UP -- Jeanne Uhlmeyer of Canton, shoots a lay-up against the Kirksville team. Kirksville lowered Canton 45-34. # 5: AND AGAIN -- Jeanne Uhlmeyer makes another lay.up attempt against the Kirksville girls team in an identical pose. Scramble for ball Canton and Klrksville Tigerettes play hot potato with the game bali during Tuesday night's action. Trying to recover loose bali for Canton are Lora Roach (45), Jeanne Uhlmeyer (41), and Diana Ayers (55). Jan. 16, 9th JV Girls at Changes in R.V Hannibal, 6:30 p.m.; Jan. 24, 7th B-G LaGrange, 3:45 p.m,; Jan. 28, JV B-G at Wyaconda, basketball schedule 6:000 p.m.; Feb. 1, 9th B-G and JV B,G Monroe City, 4:30 announced p.m.; Feb, 4, B Boys-Var. B-G are at Van Far, 5:30 p.m. Because of cancellations a number of Canton R-V basket- ball games have been re- scheduled. "rhe following changes have been mad Jan. 11, 6th:G-B at Marion Co. 5:00; Jan. 14, 7-8 Boys, 6th Girls vs Palmyra 9:00 a.m.; AT THE FEET -- Although the Canton Tlgerettes did bow down to Kirksville Ttgerettes, Canton's Maria Kirehner (with ball) didn't get on the ground to salute Klrksville player, Debble Eagen (40). CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1978 We must make room. Our current stock must gol 50% AND MOREl Thousands of the latest Fashien Items. $pecbl Price Rack TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS Pants, Jackets and more all for $10.00 ,and less. [ AVENUE DRESS SHOP CANTON, MO, t < Bowling News ............... " Eaton 196, J. Franks 521 Canton Metal 658 716 685 County League Superior Steel 705 783 734 Maurice Tonnies with a Story 180 and 483 series as Tonnies FB TiemannService 816 779 744 shut out Ayers BevansGarage 786 871 772 Denny Danforth a 531 Welker 214 and 539 ties as Standard Machine Tritsch Liquor 790 693 732 2 games from Freeman's Martin-Propst 715 752 796 Wildcats to play eight Cner Glenn Bailey had Waterman & Spurgeon 177, es of 212, 223 for a 591 Waterman 480 ties; Bill Unmisig a 527 .ies and Johnny Waller a L V series as Moornams won 2 mes from B&H TV. B&H : SE Keith Willis a 214 game, m,.,| series. Hinton Trucking w games from Nichols "- --"l andS. ement. Lloyd Gantt a 519 . "'Jies as Carnet Wagon shut ] Ial' _ .,-- Heer r eeos. '. . the Town and Country A cneo  . , [Be m.lon, Lewis County Motor ._ .toints win over Automotive ,m "ineering. Skip Slater a 511 ties Steve Waterman 509 d Bob Farr a 506 series as E !ley's Funeral home won 3 ,_nts from Canton Towing. mdwing had Dennis Ludwig a t series and Steve Wright a ! series. Sam Plant a 512 d Paul Hinton a 536 series Paul's Mobil Service a 4 |nt win over Hinton Truck- INEAg. Trucking had Allen eger a 533 series and Ired Hinton a 501 series. . serve Life Insurance and aY Mrlk LaBelle split points of rpe  tserve had Warren Taylor a :he f. series, Don Sykes a 535 mner- i _. r es and Kent Leftwich a 220 L I:i, e' 547 series. Bank had "]l Bledsoe a 528 series, .wmg'irold Young a 203 game 547 sreni^ .  Jess Franks a 211 and , Mr ' md a nd Ray Clay a 507 series. _rwistownz Bank and Busy [lee-e Cafe split points. Bank jd Howard Fleer a 542 yM - t ies. Busy Bee had Darrell .,o.,. :" .':nston a 507 series. s''o'n the B Division Rick lard a 511 series as JM er !P sweet Feeds shut out es lkton Bowl. Jay Eaton a M  series as Stow Implement r._,m 3 points from Moormans. f Lormans had Jess Franks a ay i series. Superior Steel #ltn hut out over Canton Metal Mr :prks. Kenny Williams a 202 ner ne 515 series and Richard n_nlker a 214 game 539 series 1o Bevans Garage won 3 ann ints from Tiemann's Ser- .,e. Martin-Propst a 3 point rt  over Tritsch LiQuor Store guest - nd wn & Country League Bowl 773 725 633 eed 787 761 783 196, Lillard 511 718 754 763 Imp. 733 783 753 Town & Country League A Division Lewis Co. Motor 624 625 666 Auto Enginer. fft fft fft Mayer 151. Livingston 425 Canton Towing 798 753 822 Bailey's Funeral 770 765 843 Slater 196 and 511 Paul's Service 763 775 830 HintonTrucking 674 738 767 A. Krueger 199, P. Hinton 536 ReseveLife 852 923 831 Bank of LaBelle 867 900 835 Leftwich 220, Young 574 Lewistown Bank 741 799 798 Busy Bee Cafe 762 809 725 H. Fleer 193 and 542 Lewis County League TonniesFB Ins. 759 812 759 AyersOilers 735 742 695 M. Tonnies 189 and 512 Std. Machine 853 769 773 FreemansCorner727 865 759 Danforth 188 and 531 B&HTV 822 694 805 Moormans 738 867 812 Bailey 233 and 591 Nichols Imp. 762 694 690 HintonTrucking 777 825 677 Golden 188, Gower 489 Fleer Feeds 754 725 715 Carpet Wagon 762 794 776 L. Gantt & Tom Fleer 196, L. Gantt 519 Pin Up League Coffee Shop 947 951 Ayers Oilerettes 960 871 Reid 185 and 494 McKenzie-Neisen 953 1035 Canton Ins. 966 918 Whitlock 169 and 451 C&K CB Sales 986 937 Homer Trucking 973 900 Barry 179 and 466 Midtown 66 886 892 MFA Exchange 916 927 SoRer 170, Unmisig 454 games in 17 days With the Christmas break behind them, the Culver- Stockton Wildcats will begin the rigorous portion of their schedule that will see them play eight games in 17 days, beginning Saturday night, Jan. 7, when they'll travel to Jacksonville, Ill. to take on KountryKitchen 664 692 637 Thomas 170 and 417 Powder Puff League Canton Locker 689 710 648 Ctn Ready Mix 637 583 696 Shepherd 182, Boyer 468 Bank of Monti. 671 714 684 Ayers Oil Co. 644 735 677 Lindsey 178, Smith 500 Logsdon Oil Co. 722 698 646 Canton Bank 666 673 671 Brown 182, Hadfield 469 Reserve Life 702 649 707 Fleer Feed 730 671 743 Alberty 186 and 471 HolbertsSales 680 642 701 F&M Bank 732 703 675 Harsell 181 and 490 Friday Bantam League Rolling Devils 469 457 10th Frame 529 532 R. Lee 112 and 183 911 M.M. Midgets 535 576 896 Four Stars 535 560 K. Shannon 121 and 204 932 Whippers 484 528 913 Hi-Rollers 648 585 C. Holmes 170 and 285 883 League Leaders 568 473 921 Lucky Four 508 573 T. Owsley 114 and 204 9O4 886 Lipstick League Metropolitan Ins. 779 805 814 Don'sGrd. Ldr. 736 742 733 Harsell 189 and 542 Eagles 674 .%'72 61 Ben's Cycles 700 644 706 Dochterman 180 and 472 Martin-Propst 676 679 540 Reserve Life 660 686 697 Meyer 180 and 460 Berhorst & Sons 653 634 629 EllisonElectric 606 570 563 Dade 163, Otte 399 Hornet Cafe 613 609 639 NICHOL'$ IMPLEMENT CO. i Canton, Mo. Yuesday, Jan. lO00h i METHODIST CHURCH 7:00 P.M. Monday Early League Canton Locker 800 707 787 Grt. Rvr. Realty 729 755 862 Dodd 203 and 513 Van Agencies 720 763 720 Thompson Imp. 759 781 621 Eagles 707 752 705 Palmyra Sa,ing 784 787 752 Crist 203 and 480 MaywoodFD 756 653 713 Ayers.Oil Co. Eisenberg 178 and 527 Jacksons 733 880 782 Tri-State Fert. Manley 217 and 592 The Monday Early League completed the first haft of the bowling season this week with Palmyra Saving the winner with 41 points. Those following and their points are: Canton Locker 39, Great River Realty 39, Thompson Implement 39, Jacksons 34, Maywood Fire Department 32az, Eagles 31/z, Ayers Oil Co. 31/z, Varl Agencies 30z, and Tri-State Fertilizer 22. VOU c00rl BEII'II4 on It, GLENN A. MILLER Executive Vice President CANTON STATE BANK Financing a college educa- tion gets tougher every ,ear. You can be sure the ash is waiting by setting p a custodial account with the bank when your child is young. Custodial save you tax by transferring as- sets from your tax bracket your child's lower one. To start the account, sim- ply sign a form naming donor, recipient, custo- dian It's all his when he's 21: until then the custodian has control. You can put up to $3,000 a year into a cus- todial account without paying gift taxes - $6,000 if your spouse signs your gift tax return If you placed $3,000 into a 5'/, % savings account each year from your child's birth un- til he enters college at 18, it would amount to $93,000 - enough for col- lege with plenty left over when he's 21. tf you want to know more about custodial ac- counts, see any of our officers. 'When they ad- vise you on money mat - ters you can BANK on it! MacMurray College. The Wildcat's record stood at 3-5 after Monday's 81-34 loss to Middle Tennessee Stat University. Following th game, Culver-Stockton travel ed to Hattiesburg, Miss., for game with the University Southern Mississippi on Tuet day evening. The Highlanders from Ma- Murray College are currenty 1-6 on the season followinga 71-55 loss to Millikin Univ- sity on Dec. 17. They finishd last season with a 6-19 reccd and a fifth-place finish in e Prairie College Conference Thus far, they have beened by 6'3" forward Wendell Sweetland. He was last a- son's second-leading scorer with a 10 point-a-game aer- age, but has emerged as the team's leading scorer this year averaging 12.7 poiffs a game. He is also the ligh- landers leading rebomder, averaging 7.4 rebounds a game. The game will mark the third meeting between the two schools as the Wildcat won both previous meetings during the 1971-72 season by the scores of 93-87 and 92-61. Culve;'-Stockton will then return lme to play only their second home game of the season On Monday night, Jan. 9, when they will host Milton College from Milton, Wise. The lgilton Wildcats will bring a 5-6 record into the game fallowing their 97-83 victory er Mary College in the Milion College Holiday Tournarent, however, Wild- cat Coach Dale Race remains optimistc about the season. The :earn finished last season vith a 16-14 record and returnee 12 lettermen, to this year's quad. Heading the field am co-captains Scott Murray, last season's leading scorer th a 18.8 scoring average and an all-district selection, and Paul Lallen- sack, last year's leading rebounder. This season, Lal- lensack has paced the Wild- cats in both scoring and rebounding, scoring over 16 points a game and averaging about 10 rebounds. The game will mark the first meeting ever between the Wildcats of Culver-Stockton and the Wildcats from Milton College. CuIer-Stockton will play their third game in five days on Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, when they'll host Illinois College. The Blueboys currently hold a 4-1 record for the season and are coming off of a 91-65 win over cross-town rival Mac- Murray College. However, they haven't played a game since Dec. 7. The Blueboys possess a high-powered offense with three players scoring in double figures. This season they are scoring an average of 81.4 points a game while limiting their opponents to only 71.4 points a game. The scoring attack is led by junior guard Dan Vida who is averaging 18.4 points a game. Not far behind Vida is center Dan Little and forward Jeff Boss who are averaging 15.6 points a game and $3.0 points a game respectively. Little and Boss are also the team's leading rebounders with Little averaging 10.9 caroms and Boss averaging 9.0 rebounds a game. Illinois College has exper- ienced three successive win- ning seasons and has earned a berth in the NAIA playoffs two of the last three years. Cuh, er-Stockton holds a commanding advantage over the Blueboys in head-to-head competition as the Wildcats have won 27 of the 35 games played between the two schools. The Wildcats won last year's meeting 77-66 and currently hold a 12-game winning streak over Illinois College, dating back to 1967. Following the Illinois Col- lege game, the Wildcats will conclude their three-game homestand with a game against Westminster College on Saturday, Jan. 14. All three home games will be played in the Canton High School Gym- nasium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Highland Tournament Action LAY-UP -- Jeanne Uhlmeyer of Canton, shoots a lay-up against the Kirksville team. Kirksville lowered Canton 45-34. # 5: AND AGAIN -- Jeanne Uhlmeyer makes another lay.up attempt against the Kirksville girls team in an identical pose. Scramble for ball Canton and Klrksville Tigerettes play hot potato with the game bali during Tuesday night's action. Trying to recover loose bali for Canton are Lora Roach (45), Jeanne Uhlmeyer (41), and Diana Ayers (55). Jan. 16, 9th JV Girls at Changes in R.V Hannibal, 6:30 p.m.; Jan. 24, 7th B-G LaGrange, 3:45 p.m,; Jan. 28, JV B-G at Wyaconda, basketball schedule 6:000 p.m.; Feb. 1, 9th B-G and JV B,G Monroe City, 4:30 announced p.m.; Feb, 4, B Boys-Var. B-G are at Van Far, 5:30 p.m. Because of cancellations a number of Canton R-V basket- ball games have been re- scheduled. "rhe following changes have been mad Jan. 11, 6th:G-B at Marion Co. 5:00; Jan. 14, 7-8 Boys, 6th Girls vs Palmyra 9:00 a.m.; AT THE FEET -- Although the Canton Tlgerettes did bow down to Kirksville Ttgerettes, Canton's Maria Kirehner (with ball) didn't get on the ground to salute Klrksville player, Debble Eagen (40). CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1978 We must make room. Our current stock must gol 50% AND MOREl Thousands of the latest Fashien Items. $pecbl Price Rack TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS Pants, Jackets and more all for $10.00 ,and less. [ AVENUE DRESS SHOP CANTON, MO, t \