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? age on retu € farn Kahd ;town. t the Mt :lude 8 )h Scl ;on, C ml, d a broth fley d Ler re) [/JAO/ band, j eath ;rried Dec. 23 two P ,Oklahoma • ry R, service, and Mrs. H. J. Wenne- .obert Jreceived word of the Erneding of their grandson, n, Wlp Keith Wenneker and iegwoffes Ruth Collins of Still- r, Okla., on Dec. 23. The h mony and reception was e Smi at the Community Bap- Mondurch in Tulsa. They will hosPe in Stillwater where he !ering Ids the University. He is ght. ddest son of Mr• and Mrs. born 1 Wenneker. t,a . Frank Crabill returned and }e Friday after a weeks h. He tmas visit in the home of I and!daughter, Mr. and Mrs. e Ad Wheeler at Industry. A sonic ily Christmas get-together ,aBeilheld in the Wheeler home de Sriday evening, Dec. 23. }utler.rs present were Mr. and his wi[ Norman Thompson and er, M of Industry and Mr. and elty;  Jim Boyd and family of ow sville. Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. k SPSon and Misty brought lnd Ihome and enroute visited orniaiand Mrs. Marion Crabill. ril S, tin Herst of Jacksonville rs. CI ed Wednesday to Friday . fourle home of his son, Mr. er rd/ Mrs. Gary Herst and in ddllY • He took advantage of brotl/warmer weather to do s we e carpenter work on the • 4, ,rean d Mrs Floyd Wright Cha!ffs  . - b thiv ns made their neighbor urial s I)ena Diekmann a holi- visit Wednesday evening, took her some fruit. BY MRS. H. J WENNEKER received emergency treat- ment at Blessing Hospital Monday evening. She was suffering with the current epidemic which consists most- ly of very high temperature and sore throat. Many folk in the area have been ill with it. Kenny Myers spent his Christmas holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Myers, Mike and Oneta in the Hannibal area. Mrs. Marie Carter was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butler and daughters. Dr. and Mrs. Ken McIntosh, Mike, Heather and Scotty of Nashville, Tenn., who had spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Whitaker and other relatives, left Friday. Enroute home they visited friends at Rich- land, their former home. Melvin Bowen and Mrs. Grace Luhrs of Quincy were Monday afternoon and supper guests in the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenneker and Kenny Neal. The 13th birthday of Kenny was celebrated at the supper. Miss Gertrude Thale of Sunset Home in Quincy, who formerly made her home with her sister, the late Mrs. George Dicker, is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy, after injuring her hip in a fall. Mrs. Jennie Crist accom- panied her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Snodgrass, Connie and Scott of Palmyra and the Snodgrass sisters, Karen, Paula and Peggy of Jackson- ville to Quincy Saturday. The honda Herst, daughter of Snodgrass girls had spent of G t[and Mrs. Gary Herst, was their Christmas vacation in Je ill for a week with the Palmyra. :y the ,ttodcailing e idemic which is Basil Whitaker remains a in rr.'°Svalent inPte area patient in Grim-Smith hospital CO . -entl-!lss Ina Kitson and Mrs. in Kirksville where he has :ter Mensendick received been very ill, suffering from taug d ff tnursday of the death of flu and pneumonia and other IL ] s Erma Waggener of lung trouble. Mrs. Whitaker ----,ndo, Fla. Miss Waggener, and other members of the nerly of Lewis County, a half sister of the late . Ethel Kitson. She is rived by a half sister, Mrs. Hicks of Orlando, a former Lewis Countian. Wenneker of Pal- spent New Years day his mother, Mrs. Dent Toliver, daughter of and Mrs. Alan Toliver, family have been making regular trips to visit him. Mrs. Els.!e W0odworth st Christmas eve and Christmas day with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodworth and family in Canton. Charles came for her and brought her back. Mr. and Mrs. Otto O'Brien, Donald O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugenburg and fam- tly, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schmidt and family of Dur- ham and Edward Kroeger were guests at Christmas eve supper with the Maurice O'Brien family. Mrs. Lawrence Stambaugh of Hannibal spent part of the Christmas holidays here with her sister, Miss Ina Kitson and Mrs. Clara Mensendick. Mrs. Frank Wenneker spent Friday evening with Mrs. Grace Luhrs in Quincy. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas, Susan and Rachel of Kilbourne, Ill., came to the home of her mother, Mrs. Elsie Woodworth Dec. 26, and all went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and family in Mexico where they were overnight guests, return- .p ing home Tuesday. Rev. ,and Mrs. Donald Dehner and daughters were also guests in the Miller home. Mrs. Dent Wenneker attend- ed a Christmas get-together of her family in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wenneker, Robin and Ryan in Columbia Friday evening, Dec. 23. Mrs• Wenneker accompanied her son and family to St. Louis on Tuesday. They brought her home in the evening and were overnight guests. Mrs. Orville Carter returned home Wednesday from Wichi- ta Falls, Tx., where she spent the Christmas holidays with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Melvin Holzgrafe and sons. She accompanied her grand- son, Donald Holzgrafe to his home. He had spent the past year in her home while attending techinical school in Quincy and was also employ- ed part time at Sears. Mrs. Carter flew to St. Louis Tuesday where she was met by her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McEuen and family of Milton, Ill. Mrs. McEuen and children brought her home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wenne- ker, Richard and Lori Ann left -'Tesday-afternoon for their home in Tulsa, after spending a few days with relatives here. The Toliver family enjoyed an oyster supper Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Toliver of Taylor, Mr• and 10 pounds per hog can be three million more pounds of pork per day! K HOGS CURRENT i. When the hog run increases, and prices drop, it's a great temptation for a producer to hold back his hogs and eventually sell them at heavier weights. DON'T DO IT! During a heavy marketing period, 320,000 hogs can go to slaughter every day. If every Producer yielded to temptation and added 10 pounds of weight per hog, it's another three million pounds of liveweight • . . another 2,100,000 pounds of pork to consume. It's like sending another 14,500 hogs to a market already staggering under pressure. Another 14,500 hogs on top of a 320,000 run can chop $1 to $2 off the market For the welfare of the entire pork industry and your pocketbook -- keep your hogs current. Market them at top weights of 210 to 230 pounds• THE LEWIS COUNTY C-S students to give performances in 3 states Culver-Stockton College speech and drana students will give 18 performances in 10 days in a tour of high schools and churches in Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri Jan. 10-19. The troupe of seven actors and actresses, under the direction of associate profes- sor of speech and drama Sieghard Krueger, will per- form examples of oral inter- pretation of prose, poetry, and plays. Excerpts from Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer," Ray Bradbury's "Martian Chron- icles," Carl Sandburg's "Home Burial," Tennessee Williams' "Streetcar Named Desire," and Nell Simon's "The Good Doctor," are amon their selections. Stops in Illinois will start with Dundee and Carpenters- ville, and include Villa Park, Elgin, Aurora, Darien, Carol Stream, and Quincy. In Missouri, the troupe will perform in Festus, Pacific, Washington, and St. Clair and in Iowa, they will stop at Burlington, and DuPage for the College of DuPage inter- collegiate forensics meet. Members of the troupe include Richard Berube, Windsor, Mo., sophomore; Cheryl Clark, Fredericktown, Mo., sophomore; Keith Elliott, Rantoul, Mo., freshman; Paul Tentry, Bloomfield, Ia., fresh- man; Melody Exon, Ever- green, Colo., senior; George Richardson, Elgin, Ill., junior; and Cherilyn Worm, Paducah, Ky., sophomore. SCHOOL NEWS Canton R-V Homecoming R-V's Student Council is making plans for the '78 Homecoming to be on Friday, Dec. 13, at Canton R-V High School. The Tigers will meet Mark Twain of Center on the basketball court that evening. The Homecoming Queen will be crowned during the game and plans are being made for the traditional dance to follow the game. Semester to End Jan. 18 First semester ends on Jan. 18 in the Canton R-V Schools. Grade reports for second quarter and first semester will be sent home on Friday, Jan. 20. Each teacher has a daily conference time and will meet with parents at their conven- ience. School officials en- courage parents who" have PltFJIN "NE,/ 00eve. B CANTON. MO, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1978 Mrs. Emil Cope, Gregg Walk- er and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Toliver and Andrea. Mr. and Mrs. George Holz- grate of Denver, Ill., were Saturday morning visitors with his mother, Mrs. Orville Carter. Donald O'Brien of Paris spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto O'Brien. On New Years day most of the O'Brien family was home for the day. They. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugenburg and family of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Schmidt and family of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Mau- rice O'Brien and daughters and Ed Kroeger. The ladies of the Assembly of God church served dinner at the church the day of the funeral to the family of Mrs. Elsie Merrell. Mrs. Chariie Whitaker of Ferris, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Whitaker of Hamilton were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitaker and in the afternoon visited Basil Whitaker at Grim-Smith questions concerning grades that are not satisfactory to make appointments for con- ferences with the teachers concerned. Early Dismissal Jan. 13 Students will be dismissed at 2:45 p.m. instead of the regular 3:31 dismissal on Friday, Jan. 13, so that a teachers meeting may be held at the school. CANTON R-V SCHOOL Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday: pizza, tossed sal- ad, pears, peanuts, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: stew, slaw, hot rolls, jelly, apricots, milk. Wednesday: tacos, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, pineapple slice, peanut butter, fingers, extra sandwich, milk. Thursday: chicken fried steak, corn, cottage cheese, applesauce, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: juicyburgers, but- tered peas, French fries, fruit cup, extra sandwich, milk. Menu subject to change. Lewis Co. C-1 LEWISTOWN JR. HIGH Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday : pizza, green beans, fruit and cookie, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Tuesday: cheeseburger, corn, fruit pudding, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Wednesday: chef salad or turkey sandwich, beets or mixed vegetables, cake and topping, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Thursday: wiener winks, sauerkraut or hominy, fruit, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Friday: hot beef and gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, cook- ie, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. LaGRANGE SCHOOL Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday: beef and noodles, buttered peas, cole slaw, oranges, milk. Tuesday: hot dog on bun, baked beans, raspberry jello, pears. Wednesday: cold cuts and cheese, creamed corn, lettuce salad, chocolate pudding. Registration scheduled for Jan 9 at NMSU Registration for the spring 1978 semester at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, is scheduled for 8 a.m. through 4:45 p.m. Mon- day, Jan. 9, in Violette Hall. Entrance into registration by students who have not pre-enrolled will be determin- ed by the last digit of the Social Security number: 0, 8 a.m.; 1, 8:45 a.m.; 2, 9:30 a.m.; 3, 10:15 a.m.; 4, 11 a.m.; 5, 11:45 a.m.; 6, 1:30 p.m.; 7, 2:15 p.m.; 8, 3 p.m.; 9, 3:45 p.m. Saturday, evening and ex- tension students may register at the first meeting of classes. Registration meetings are scheduled at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, for Saturday classes; at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, through Thursday, Jan. 12, for evening classes; and as announced for extension clas- ses in 13 Missouri cities. Extension classes will be in Bethel, Brunswick, Centralia, Elsberry, Hannibal, Macon, Mexico, Moberly, O'Fallon, Overland, St. Charles, Trenton and Unionville. Students enrolling after the first week of Saturday or evening classes will receive a mail-in-registration form from the instructor which must be completed and sent to the Registrar's Office by Friday, Jan. 27. For further information, contact the Office of the Registrar, Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, MO 635O1. milk. Tuesday: hamburgers with dill pickle chips, buttered corn, brownies, milk. Wednesday: oven fried chicken, carrot and celery sticks, jello with fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: spiced ham sand- wiches, buttered peas, apple- sauce, bread, butter, milk. Friday: fish sticks, green beans, cole slaw, cheese sticks, cookies, milk. Menu subject to change. HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Line A Monday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, extra sand- wich, milk. Tuesday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, extra sand- wich, milk. Wednesday: turkey, dress- ing, potatoes, gravy, jello, bread and butter, milk, extra sandwich. Thursday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Friday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Line B Monday: ham, baked pota- to, cole slaw, bread and butter, ice cream and cookie, milk, extra sandwich. Tuesday: maidrite, baked beans, potato chips, cottage cheese, milk, extra sandwich. Wednesday: turkey, dress- ing, potatoes, gravy, jell.o, bread and butter, milk, etra sandwich. Hospital in Kirksville. Thursday: fried chicken, Thursday: creamed ham- BEFORE YOU SELL HOGS, GET HEINOLD'S BID Wilfred Shumate has been a green beans, pear-lime jello, burger, mashed potatoes, hot patient at Blessing Hospital in ice cream cups. rolls, green beans, milk, extra Quincy. Friday : chicken fried sandwich. Cal! Jim Mullenix 314-767.5281 Monticelb, Mo. Need Feeder Pigs ? Call 309-932-2045 Mrs. Clara Mensendick was a Sunday dinner guest of her sister, Miss Inn Kitson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto O'Brien and Donald spent Tuesday with the Robert Hugenburg family in Quincy. Ed Kroeger also accompanied them. steaks, French fries, sauer- kraut, pineapple chunks. EWING ELEMENTARY Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday: juicyburgers, but- tered mixed vegetables, sliced peaches, rolled oat cookies, Friday: pizza, salad, cot- tage cheese, fruit, cookie, milk, extra sandwich. YOU GET MO NEWS IN THE Sam Calvert to receive Doctorate degree Jan. S Samuel V. Calvert, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert of Canton, will be among 92 graduates to receive the Juris Doctorate degree from Wil- liam Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minn., during commencement ceremonies at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in St. Paul. Chief Justice Joe W. Sand- ers of the Supreme Court of Louisiana will speak to the graduates and their families and friends. William Mitchell College of Law is the only accredited evening law school in the area including the states of Wiscon- sin, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ne- braska, Montana and Wyo- ming. The college is named for Justice William Mitchell, one of America's greatest jurists, who served as an associate justice of the Minne- sota Supreme Court from 1881 to 1889. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank everyone for the cards, calls and visits and the carolers of Ten Mile church. It was greatly apprec- iated. Marion is home after a lengthy stay in the hospital• God bless you all. + Marion & Flossie Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stotts of Atlhnta, Ga., were Monday over night guests of his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sykes and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones of Norwood, Mo., were Thursday dinner guests of the Sykeses. Mrs. Ethel Meyer is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy since Thursday. Mrs. Carrie Mac Johnson of Quincy spent from Tuesday to Friday in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Gosney. She called on Mrs. Doris Hadfield Thursday morning. Mrs. Opal Martin was a Wednesday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Gosney. Mr. Martin was a supper guest. The Everly Hayes BW meeting has been postponed until next week because of the book study at the church this week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Had- field were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sparks and Chris. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ginther were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meyer and family of Griggs- ville, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer and family of Jefferson City and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ginther and family of Quincy. SOCIAL------- SECURITY - TIPS HELEN A. BEEDLEm,,,,P, Q: I'm 73, have no assest except a few personal belong- ings, and my only income is $100 a month from insurance proceeds. Since I live with and am supported by my married son, can I get SSI? • A: You should be able to qualify for a small SSI payment. Check at any social security office. Q: I'm 63 and my wife is 61. Since we have no assets or regular income, can we get SSI checks? A: You must be at least 65, blind, or disabled to get SSI. Q: I didn't enroll for Medicare medical insurance when I was first eligible for it, and now I've decided I want it. Can I still sign up for it? A:-People who don't take the medical insurance part of Medicare when they are first eligible can sign up during a general enrollment period -- the first three months of each year. The next general enroll- ment period is Jan. I through Marcy 31, 1978. If you sign up during a general enrollment period, however, your medical insurance protection won't start until the following July 1, and your monthly premium will be 10 per cent higher for each 12 month period you could have Ien enrolled but weren't. MRS. CORA SCHOFIELD New Years eve supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. William McCune and Steve Ginther. Sunday dinner guests of Miss Hazel Chipman were Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Garkie and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Chipman and Glem,. Mrs. Wilma Barr called on her mother, Mrs. Cora Scho- field Monday morning. Mild Spratt was a patient from Tuesday to Friday with the flu. James Spratt of LaGrange was a Friday supper guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. MilD Spratt. Later visitors were Howard Spratt, Sam Goings,. and Mr, and Mrs. bene :Cluayl Other Visitors Sunday were Mrs. Vearl Chipman and Terry Goings. Mrs. Kathleen Clickner and Cindy, Mrs. Edith White and Mrs. Mary Lee Spratt went to the Ball-Coder Funeral home Saturday night to visit the family of Mrs. Elsie Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. MilD Spratt visited with the family of Mrs. Evelyn Miller at the funeral home on Friday night. Mrs. Lora Sublett and Mrs. Bertha Miller also called at the home on Friday evening. Ira Spratt, who is having a struggle with the flu, entered St. Mary hospital in Quincy Monday. Wheel Tax Stickers NOW DUE $3.50 Cars and Trucks $1.75 for motorcycles Available at Canton City Office ,Car, Truck & Tractor BATTERIES HOMELITE t 6, 8 & CHAIN IHSULATED BOOTS 12 Volt SAWS Assorted Sizes & Styles For Your Car & Truck ? age on retu € farn Kahd ;town. t the Mt :lude 8 )h Scl ;on, C ml, d a broth fley d Ler re) [/JAO/ band, j eath ;rried Dec. 23 two P ,Oklahoma • ry R, service, and Mrs. H. J. Wenne- .obert Jreceived word of the Erneding of their grandson, n, Wlp Keith Wenneker and iegwoffes Ruth Collins of Still- r, Okla., on Dec. 23. The h mony and reception was e Smi at the Community Bap- Mondurch in Tulsa. They will hosPe in Stillwater where he !ering Ids the University. He is ght. ddest son of Mr• and Mrs. born 1 Wenneker. t,a . Frank Crabill returned and }e Friday after a weeks h. He tmas visit in the home of I and!daughter, Mr. and Mrs. e Ad Wheeler at Industry. A sonic ily Christmas get-together ,aBeilheld in the Wheeler home de Sriday evening, Dec. 23. }utler.rs present were Mr. and his wi[ Norman Thompson and er, M of Industry and Mr. and elty;  Jim Boyd and family of ow sville. Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. k SPSon and Misty brought lnd Ihome and enroute visited orniaiand Mrs. Marion Crabill. ril S, tin Herst of Jacksonville rs. CI ed Wednesday to Friday . fourle home of his son, Mr. er rd/ Mrs. Gary Herst and in ddllY • He took advantage of brotl/warmer weather to do s we e carpenter work on the • 4, ,rean d Mrs Floyd Wright Cha!ffs  . - b thiv ns made their neighbor urial s I)ena Diekmann a holi- visit Wednesday evening, took her some fruit. BY MRS. H. J WENNEKER received emergency treat- ment at Blessing Hospital Monday evening. She was suffering with the current epidemic which consists most- ly of very high temperature and sore throat. Many folk in the area have been ill with it. Kenny Myers spent his Christmas holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Myers, Mike and Oneta in the Hannibal area. Mrs. Marie Carter was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butler and daughters. Dr. and Mrs. Ken McIntosh, Mike, Heather and Scotty of Nashville, Tenn., who had spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Whitaker and other relatives, left Friday. Enroute home they visited friends at Rich- land, their former home. Melvin Bowen and Mrs. Grace Luhrs of Quincy were Monday afternoon and supper guests in the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenneker and Kenny Neal. The 13th birthday of Kenny was celebrated at the supper. Miss Gertrude Thale of Sunset Home in Quincy, who formerly made her home with her sister, the late Mrs. George Dicker, is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy, after injuring her hip in a fall. Mrs. Jennie Crist accom- panied her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Snodgrass, Connie and Scott of Palmyra and the Snodgrass sisters, Karen, Paula and Peggy of Jackson- ville to Quincy Saturday. The honda Herst, daughter of Snodgrass girls had spent of G t[and Mrs. Gary Herst, was their Christmas vacation in Je ill for a week with the Palmyra. :y the ,ttodcailing e idemic which is Basil Whitaker remains a in rr.'°Svalent inPte area patient in Grim-Smith hospital CO . -entl-!lss Ina Kitson and Mrs. in Kirksville where he has :ter Mensendick received been very ill, suffering from taug d ff tnursday of the death of flu and pneumonia and other IL] s Erma Waggener of lung trouble. Mrs. Whitaker ----,ndo, Fla. Miss Waggener, and other members of the nerly of Lewis County, a half sister of the late . Ethel Kitson. She is rived by a half sister, Mrs. Hicks of Orlando, a former Lewis Countian. Wenneker of Pal- spent New Years day his mother, Mrs. Dent Toliver, daughter of and Mrs. Alan Toliver, family have been making regular trips to visit him. Mrs. Els.!e W0odworth st Christmas eve and Christmas day with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodworth and family in Canton. Charles came for her and brought her back. Mr. and Mrs. Otto O'Brien, Donald O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugenburg and fam- tly, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schmidt and family of Dur- ham and Edward Kroeger were guests at Christmas eve supper with the Maurice O'Brien family. Mrs. Lawrence Stambaugh of Hannibal spent part of the Christmas holidays here with her sister, Miss Ina Kitson and Mrs. Clara Mensendick. Mrs. Frank Wenneker spent Friday evening with Mrs. Grace Luhrs in Quincy. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas, Susan and Rachel of Kilbourne, Ill., came to the home of her mother, Mrs. Elsie Woodworth Dec. 26, and all went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and family in Mexico where they were overnight guests, return- .p ing home Tuesday. Rev. ,and Mrs. Donald Dehner and daughters were also guests in the Miller home. Mrs. Dent Wenneker attend- ed a Christmas get-together of her family in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wenneker, Robin and Ryan in Columbia Friday evening, Dec. 23. Mrs• Wenneker accompanied her son and family to St. Louis on Tuesday. They brought her home in the evening and were overnight guests. Mrs. Orville Carter returned home Wednesday from Wichi- ta Falls, Tx., where she spent the Christmas holidays with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Melvin Holzgrafe and sons. She accompanied her grand- son, Donald Holzgrafe to his home. He had spent the past year in her home while attending techinical school in Quincy and was also employ- ed part time at Sears. Mrs. Carter flew to St. Louis Tuesday where she was met by her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McEuen and family of Milton, Ill. Mrs. McEuen and children brought her home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wenne- ker, Richard and Lori Ann left -'Tesday-afternoon for their home in Tulsa, after spending a few days with relatives here. The Toliver family enjoyed an oyster supper Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Toliver of Taylor, Mr• and 10 pounds per hog can be three million more pounds of pork per day! K HOGS CURRENT i. When the hog run increases, and prices drop, it's a great temptation for a producer to hold back his hogs and eventually sell them at heavier weights. DON'T DO IT! During a heavy marketing period, 320,000 hogs can go to slaughter every day. If every Producer yielded to temptation and added 10 pounds of weight per hog, it's another three million pounds of liveweight • . . another 2,100,000 pounds of pork to consume. It's like sending another 14,500 hogs to a market already staggering under pressure. Another 14,500 hogs on top of a 320,000 run can chop $1 to $2 off the market For the welfare of the entire pork industry and your pocketbook -- keep your hogs current. Market them at top weights of 210 to 230 pounds• THE LEWIS COUNTY C-S students to give performances in 3 states Culver-Stockton College speech and drana students will give 18 performances in 10 days in a tour of high schools and churches in Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri Jan. 10-19. The troupe of seven actors and actresses, under the direction of associate profes- sor of speech and drama Sieghard Krueger, will per- form examples of oral inter- pretation of prose, poetry, and plays. Excerpts from Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer," Ray Bradbury's "Martian Chron- icles," Carl Sandburg's "Home Burial," Tennessee Williams' "Streetcar Named Desire," and Nell Simon's "The Good Doctor," are amon their selections. Stops in Illinois will start with Dundee and Carpenters- ville, and include Villa Park, Elgin, Aurora, Darien, Carol Stream, and Quincy. In Missouri, the troupe will perform in Festus, Pacific, Washington, and St. Clair and in Iowa, they will stop at Burlington, and DuPage for the College of DuPage inter- collegiate forensics meet. Members of the troupe include Richard Berube, Windsor, Mo., sophomore; Cheryl Clark, Fredericktown, Mo., sophomore; Keith Elliott, Rantoul, Mo., freshman; Paul Tentry, Bloomfield, Ia., fresh- man; Melody Exon, Ever- green, Colo., senior; George Richardson, Elgin, Ill., junior; and Cherilyn Worm, Paducah, Ky., sophomore. SCHOOL NEWS Canton R-V Homecoming R-V's Student Council is making plans for the '78 Homecoming to be on Friday, Dec. 13, at Canton R-V High School. The Tigers will meet Mark Twain of Center on the basketball court that evening. The Homecoming Queen will be crowned during the game and plans are being made for the traditional dance to follow the game. Semester to End Jan. 18 First semester ends on Jan. 18 in the Canton R-V Schools. Grade reports for second quarter and first semester will be sent home on Friday, Jan. 20. Each teacher has a daily conference time and will meet with parents at their conven- ience. School officials en- courage parents who" have PltFJIN "NE,/ 00eve. B CANTON. MO, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1978 Mrs. Emil Cope, Gregg Walk- er and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Toliver and Andrea. Mr. and Mrs. George Holz- grate of Denver, Ill., were Saturday morning visitors with his mother, Mrs. Orville Carter. Donald O'Brien of Paris spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto O'Brien. On New Years day most of the O'Brien family was home for the day. They. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugenburg and family of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Schmidt and family of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Mau- rice O'Brien and daughters and Ed Kroeger. The ladies of the Assembly of God church served dinner at the church the day of the funeral to the family of Mrs. Elsie Merrell. Mrs. Chariie Whitaker of Ferris, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Whitaker of Hamilton were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitaker and in the afternoon visited Basil Whitaker at Grim-Smith questions concerning grades that are not satisfactory to make appointments for con- ferences with the teachers concerned. Early Dismissal Jan. 13 Students will be dismissed at 2:45 p.m. instead of the regular 3:31 dismissal on Friday, Jan. 13, so that a teachers meeting may be held at the school. CANTON R-V SCHOOL Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday: pizza, tossed sal- ad, pears, peanuts, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: stew, slaw, hot rolls, jelly, apricots, milk. Wednesday: tacos, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, pineapple slice, peanut butter, fingers, extra sandwich, milk. Thursday: chicken fried steak, corn, cottage cheese, applesauce, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: juicyburgers, but- tered peas, French fries, fruit cup, extra sandwich, milk. Menu subject to change. Lewis Co. C-1 LEWISTOWN JR. HIGH Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday : pizza, green beans, fruit and cookie, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Tuesday: cheeseburger, corn, fruit pudding, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Wednesday: chef salad or turkey sandwich, beets or mixed vegetables, cake and topping, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Thursday: wiener winks, sauerkraut or hominy, fruit, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Friday: hot beef and gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, cook- ie, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. LaGRANGE SCHOOL Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday: beef and noodles, buttered peas, cole slaw, oranges, milk. Tuesday: hot dog on bun, baked beans, raspberry jello, pears. Wednesday: cold cuts and cheese, creamed corn, lettuce salad, chocolate pudding. Registration scheduled for Jan 9 at NMSU Registration for the spring 1978 semester at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, is scheduled for 8 a.m. through 4:45 p.m. Mon- day, Jan. 9, in Violette Hall. Entrance into registration by students who have not pre-enrolled will be determin- ed by the last digit of the Social Security number: 0, 8 a.m.; 1, 8:45 a.m.; 2, 9:30 a.m.; 3, 10:15 a.m.; 4, 11 a.m.; 5, 11:45 a.m.; 6, 1:30 p.m.; 7, 2:15 p.m.; 8, 3 p.m.; 9, 3:45 p.m. Saturday, evening and ex- tension students may register at the first meeting of classes. Registration meetings are scheduled at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, for Saturday classes; at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, through Thursday, Jan. 12, for evening classes; and as announced for extension clas- ses in 13 Missouri cities. Extension classes will be in Bethel, Brunswick, Centralia, Elsberry, Hannibal, Macon, Mexico, Moberly, O'Fallon, Overland, St. Charles, Trenton and Unionville. Students enrolling after the first week of Saturday or evening classes will receive a mail-in-registration form from the instructor which must be completed and sent to the Registrar's Office by Friday, Jan. 27. For further information, contact the Office of the Registrar, Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, MO 635O1. milk. Tuesday: hamburgers with dill pickle chips, buttered corn, brownies, milk. Wednesday: oven fried chicken, carrot and celery sticks, jello with fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: spiced ham sand- wiches, buttered peas, apple- sauce, bread, butter, milk. Friday: fish sticks, green beans, cole slaw, cheese sticks, cookies, milk. Menu subject to change. HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Line A Monday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, extra sand- wich, milk. Tuesday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, extra sand- wich, milk. Wednesday: turkey, dress- ing, potatoes, gravy, jello, bread and butter, milk, extra sandwich. Thursday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Friday: hamburger on bun, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Line B Monday: ham, baked pota- to, cole slaw, bread and butter, ice cream and cookie, milk, extra sandwich. Tuesday: maidrite, baked beans, potato chips, cottage cheese, milk, extra sandwich. Wednesday: turkey, dress- ing, potatoes, gravy, jell.o, bread and butter, milk, etra sandwich. Hospital in Kirksville. Thursday: fried chicken, Thursday: creamed ham- BEFORE YOU SELL HOGS, GET HEINOLD'S BID Wilfred Shumate has been a green beans, pear-lime jello, burger, mashed potatoes, hot patient at Blessing Hospital in ice cream cups. rolls, green beans, milk, extra Quincy. Friday : chicken fried sandwich. Cal! Jim Mullenix 314-767.5281 Monticelb, Mo. Need Feeder Pigs ? Call 309-932-2045 Mrs. Clara Mensendick was a Sunday dinner guest of her sister, Miss Inn Kitson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto O'Brien and Donald spent Tuesday with the Robert Hugenburg family in Quincy. Ed Kroeger also accompanied them. steaks, French fries, sauer- kraut, pineapple chunks. EWING ELEMENTARY Menu for Week of Jan. 9 Monday: juicyburgers, but- tered mixed vegetables, sliced peaches, rolled oat cookies, Friday: pizza, salad, cot- tage cheese, fruit, cookie, milk, extra sandwich. YOU GET MO NEWS IN THE Sam Calvert to receive Doctorate degree Jan. S Samuel V. Calvert, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert of Canton, will be among 92 graduates to receive the Juris Doctorate degree from Wil- liam Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minn., during commencement ceremonies at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in St. Paul. Chief Justice Joe W. Sand- ers of the Supreme Court of Louisiana will speak to the graduates and their families and friends. William Mitchell College of Law is the only accredited evening law school in the area including the states of Wiscon- sin, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ne- braska, Montana and Wyo- ming. The college is named for Justice William Mitchell, one of America's greatest jurists, who served as an associate justice of the Minne- sota Supreme Court from 1881 to 1889. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank everyone for the cards, calls and visits and the carolers of Ten Mile church. It was greatly apprec- iated. Marion is home after a lengthy stay in the hospital• God bless you all. + Marion & Flossie Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stotts of Atlhnta, Ga., were Monday over night guests of his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sykes and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones of Norwood, Mo., were Thursday dinner guests of the Sykeses. Mrs. Ethel Meyer is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy since Thursday. Mrs. Carrie Mac Johnson of Quincy spent from Tuesday to Friday in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Gosney. She called on Mrs. Doris Hadfield Thursday morning. Mrs. Opal Martin was a Wednesday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Gosney. Mr. Martin was a supper guest. The Everly Hayes BW meeting has been postponed until next week because of the book study at the church this week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Had- field were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sparks and Chris. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ginther were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meyer and family of Griggs- ville, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer and family of Jefferson City and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ginther and family of Quincy. SOCIAL------- SECURITY - TIPS HELEN A. BEEDLEm,,,,P, Q: I'm 73, have no assest except a few personal belong- ings, and my only income is $100 a month from insurance proceeds. Since I live with and am supported by my married son, can I get SSI? • A: You should be able to qualify for a small SSI payment. Check at any social security office. Q: I'm 63 and my wife is 61. Since we have no assets or regular income, can we get SSI checks? A: You must be at least 65, blind, or disabled to get SSI. Q: I didn't enroll for Medicare medical insurance when I was first eligible for it, and now I've decided I want it. Can I still sign up for it? A:-People who don't take the medical insurance part of Medicare when they are first eligible can sign up during a general enrollment period -- the first three months of each year. The next general enroll- ment period is Jan. I through Marcy 31, 1978. If you sign up during a general enrollment period, however, your medical insurance protection won't start until the following July 1, and your monthly premium will be 10 per cent higher for each 12 month period you could have Ien enrolled but weren't. MRS. CORA SCHOFIELD New Years eve supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. William McCune and Steve Ginther. Sunday dinner guests of Miss Hazel Chipman were Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Garkie and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Chipman and Glem,. Mrs. Wilma Barr called on her mother, Mrs. Cora Scho- field Monday morning. Mild Spratt was a patient from Tuesday to Friday with the flu. James Spratt of LaGrange was a Friday supper guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. MilD Spratt. Later visitors were Howard Spratt, Sam Goings,. and Mr, and Mrs. bene :Cluayl Other Visitors Sunday were Mrs. Vearl Chipman and Terry Goings. Mrs. Kathleen Clickner and Cindy, Mrs. Edith White and Mrs. Mary Lee Spratt went to the Ball-Coder Funeral home Saturday night to visit the family of Mrs. Elsie Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. MilD Spratt visited with the family of Mrs. Evelyn Miller at the funeral home on Friday night. Mrs. Lora Sublett and Mrs. Bertha Miller also called at the home on Friday evening. 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