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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Lewistown merle Garnett Arrives Monday for visit with Dannenhauers Roger Dannenhauer arrived Monday from Tempe, Ariz., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. His wife arrived Tuesday and visited with her relatives. Bob and Roger visited the Danny Dannenhauers Saturday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer took Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dannenhauer to the plane in Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. Velva Nichols hosted the Lewistown Bridge Club Friday after- noon. Dessert was served to Bertie Logan, Veta Bronson, Hazel McAfee, Lucille Thomas, Jamyee Corbin, Dorothy Wills and new members Mary Kay Myers and Martha BLown. Lucille Thomas will serve as hostess next 'ruth. Bradley Coate} of the University of Iowa at Iowa City and Mrs. Tom Coates of Minnesota were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Thrasher. Christine Bringer returned home Thursday from KO Hospital. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doss of Quincy. The Warren SLices were Sunday evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols, Roger and Jeff. Grog Dance came Friday for a two week stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dance. Dorothy Doud was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin from Wednesday til Sunday. On Sunday they drove home (Industry), and stayed overnight. On Monday they visited with Hazel Tandy, Ida Crickett and Mabel Reis. They returned home after having supper with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cobb. Those mentioned are all of Macomb. On this past Sunday they visited with the Allen Musser family at LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smoot of California were Thursday and over- night guests of Bertie Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter were Thursday supper guests also. The Smoots were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Bessie Smoot, and sister, Mrs. Joan Darr, both of Russellville. They visited Monday with Bertie. Saturday night guests of. Margaret Holbert were Veta Bronson, Hazel McAfee and Bertie Logan. Martha Lou • O'Dear was with her mother also. Mrs. Shonna Urvan and Derrick of Ft. Madison arrived Wednesday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Nell Stice. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stice and Nikki of Knox City visited with them. Mrs. Leroy Scoggin of Phoenix, Ariz., and Tom Scoggin of Little Rock, Ark., called in the home of Mrs. Laura Scoggin Friday. Family members who came to visit with them were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Scoggin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh, Delsie Doran, Cindy Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chadwell and Willard of Leonard were Sunday dinner guests of the Don Garnett family. Frank Cron of Springfield called on Mrs. Leora Nelson Friday. Saturday Mrs. Anna Mac Richardson hosted a dinner in honor of family birthdays in January, Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Earlywine and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Haire and Beth of Liberty. The birthdays of Tim, Mary and Teresa were celebrat- ed. Millie Gaus spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, Jay Doran and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Van Meter and children were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Meter. On Sunday the J. W, Van Meters were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Van Meter and girls. ROGERS HEWITT To be installed president of NEMO Shrine Rogers Hewitt, Shelbyville, will be installed Friday, Jan. 18 as the 36th president of the Northeast Missouri Shrine Club. The installation will be at the Hannibal Holiday Inn and under the direction of Illustrious Potentate Boyle O. Redes, Jr., Moolah Shrine Temple of St. Louis. Hewitt, is publisher-owner of two weekly newspapers in Missouri: the Shelby County Herald in Shelbyville and the Lawson Review at Lawson. His son, Cress, a third generation newspaperman, is general manager of the Lawson newspaper, and his father, W. C. Hewitt, owned and operated the Shelbyville newspaper from 1925 until his death in 1967. Hewitt is act4ve in community. affairs in Shelby County and in newspaper work throughout the state. He was president of Northeast Missouri Press Association in 1961 and state president in 1980. He graduated from Westminster College, Fulton, in 1951, is married to the former Geraldean Kennett of Fulton, and in addition to their son, they are the parents of a daughter, Mrs. Jim Perry of Bethel. They have one granddaugh- ter. The immediate past presidev/t of the Northeast Missouri Shrine Club is Willard B. Middleton, Jr., of Hannibal. Soybean Council registration for director Jan. 31 Registration for the election of the directors to the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council will close Thursday, Jan. 31. Any commercial soybean producer who has not registered should do so at their county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service office. A commercial producer is any individ- ual, firm, corporation, partnership, or unincorporated association that pro- duces and markets one or more bushels of soybeans annually. Election of the council members will be by mail ballot. The ballots will be mailed out on March 1 and should be postmarked and returned by Friday, April 5. The Missouri Soybean Merchandis- ing Council is financed by a fee of one-half cent per bushel collected on all soybeans marketed by commercial producers. The .funds will be used for the continuation and expansion of market development programs in foreign markets for soybeans and soybean products; for research on weed control, insect control, disease control and improvement of fertilization, varieties and cultural practices; for research on economics of soybean production and marketing; and to furnish current information on re- search and market development to soybean producers. Press-News Journal, Canton, Me., Thursday, January 17, Democrats elec-'t.woman state chairperson Democratic Party at one of its lowest points of political power in many decades. Republicans now hold five of the six statewide offices in Missouri government, one U.S. Senate seat and three of the state's nine seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Harriet Woods was the only ' victorious Democrat in statewide races in November, winning election as lieutenant governor. "The most important job we Democrats have to do in the next two years is to elect a state auditor and a United States senator," said- Klearman. She said establishing adequate financial and modern campaign technology were problems that must be overcome in restoring the Democratic Party back to power in Missouri. She said her first job would be to appoint a five-member commit° tee to set up fundraising programs for the state committee. Carol Ragar of Canton was among those attending the meeting. Missouri Democrats Saturday elect- ed new state party leaders, electing for the first time in 157 years a woman as their state chairperson. Margie Klearman of Creve Coeur was named to head the Missouri Democratic State Committee for a two-year term, becoming the first woman elected to that post since the party was established in Missouri Jan. 10, 1828. Klearman, whose election came without debate, takes over Missouri's Sharpsburg Bettering farm income is first priority of F B Lucille Minear Improving farm income was re- supports a freeze and fix program. afirmed as Farm Bureau's number Such a plan Calls for a freeze of Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarred Phillips one priority in 1985 during the 66th federal spending until Congress makes make frequent trips to see Mrs. annual meeting of the American Farm the necessary reforms in entitlement Margaret Kimberley. Bureau Federation in Honolulu, programs to bring long-term redue- Mrs. Bobby Dan Miller and Janee Hawaii. Voting delegates to the tions in federal spending. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Miller meeting, including those from Mis- In other action, the delegates voted and family were recent visitors of Mrs. souri, decided this could best be to deny government supports or other Bob Miller, St. accomplished by supporting a more incentives to any farmer who brings Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson and market oriented 1985 Farm Bill and fragile lands under cultivation. They more responsible federal government also voted to support reforms to family of Moline and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Simpson of Rock Island recently spending policies, simplify federal income tax cedes and C. R. (Dick) Johnston, Missouri to work to insure that farmers be -visited in the home of the ladies Farm Bureau President, said "Farm- represented on the Commodities parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor and Mark. The Simpsons enjoyed a holiday ers across the nation agree with us Futures Trading Commission. vacation in Hawaii. that we can not store ourselves into During the meeting, Missouri Farm Mrs. P. J. Sandknop of St. Louis and prosperity through the use of federal Bureau received awards for member- Mrs. Bob Miller, St., and Mrs. Edgar grain reserve programs. We must be ship growth; women's programs; prepared to market our crops in a political education; information, poli- Scoggin were recent visitors of Mrs. Kate McDaniel at LaBelle Manor. more orderly manner and keep price cy development; special projects and support programs tied more closely to the organization's efforts to promote Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brumbaugh market realities." "Age in the Classroom." and family of Bethel were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd The delegates strongly agreed that Over 175 Mis'sourians, along with Sharpe and family, improved farm income would be over 7,000 other farmers from around difficult unless federal deficits are the nation, attended the meeting in Mr. and Mrs. David Cassanda of brought under control. Farm Bureau Hawaii, Jan. 7-10. Lincoln, Neb., were recent house guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walterformer ColeenMenke'Menke.Mrs" Cassanda is the Quincy public television is Mr. and Mrs. Port McCracken were callersMr, andFriday atMrs. LaBelleEarl MichelMan°r" were assigned call letters WQEC recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Channel 27, Quincy's public televi- The concrete foundation for WQEC's Ritter. sion station, has been assigned the call transmitting tower was poured earlier Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sharpe were letters WQEC by the Federal Corn- in the week on farmland owned by Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and munications Commission (FCC), ac- Blackhawk of Quincy, Inc., east of the Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family, cording to Dr. Jerold Gruebel, city. Transmitting equipment is now Mrs. Barbara Rhodes & Nicholas of executive director of CONVOCOM, the being installed in an equipment Memphis were Saturday supper guests West Central Illinois Educational enclosure at the tower site. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Telecommunications Corporation. The "We are awaiting shipment of the Weber. Joe Wallace called on Mr. and Mrs. regional educational consortium will tower," Gruebel said. "It has been operate the station, fabricated in sections at the factory Ernest Weber Friday. Gruebel said the FCC has also issued Mrs. Bill Daak was a Wednesday a construction permit opening the way overnight guest in the home of her son, for CONVOCOM to build the station in S Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daak and family Quincy. Gruebel called issuance of the in Lewistown. permit a formality and said, "There Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe will be no more federal red tape Hirseh were Dennis Perrigo of Edina involved in construction of the station. and Mrs. Theresa Hamilton of LaBelle. 'We have the go ahead to build." Mrs. Glenn Tungate was an afternoon visitor. :':':.:.." .... :...:.:.:. : : : : ::: : - • • : - : : - : ::::;:;:..:.:.:.:.'. q..:..;..;.;.:.:::::::.,.:-: ..... :..-.:..:. • .-...................... • ...........;,; ...°. .................................. ...o....°.°.° ..... ,.°..... %% ii LUMLEY LOCKER iii :': ::..: iii of LaBeile i::il :.:. ill Complete Custom Processing of ilii i00ii Beef, Pork, Lamb i!ii "E !:i: Phone 462-3373 :::: :!:i :.::i PR ESS.NE WS Published Every Americanton David Steinbeck 130 Avenue Of The Canton, Missouri i Nt NA Advertising Re MISSOURI PREro$ Columbia, gATE Subscriptiol In Lewis, Knox, and Clark Counties, a year .............. Six months .......... Elsewhere in Missouri other states, a year .... Six months .......... Advertlwqg Display Advertising. Column inch Classified" Advertising, Per word Minimum Display Classified, Col. inch .............. Card of Thanks ........ and should be delivered permitting, we will be on schedule." For Prudential's Fast, Free Pru.Review... See me I'll help you decide *f you have the nght insurance for your car and home. For personal, profes- sional insurance service, talk to me Darell Fast AREA REPRESENTATIVE 217-222-3551 c 1984 Prudenhal TlPrudeflteat  Property and Casually InSurance Company, Homdel, NJ 8ATUI00A¥, JaN, ttt foods .  hon i'n int ='=""" ©" YOUR FUTURE '"", ' LOOKS GOOD "=" '" "" WITH IRA. Kirksville Osteopathic Health Center announces the association of Philip S. McIntire, D.O. in the practice of General Surgery and00 Clinical Nutrition Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Gutensohn Clinic  816-626-2272 KIRKSVILLE OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH CENTER Today could be very special for you. If you make point to plan for a very special day in your future retirement. We can help make your retirement rewarding, more financially secure with a sheltered Individual Retiremen Account (IRA). An IRA is a high-yield savings plan to which make annual tax-deductible contributions. annual contributions and interest earned are deferred until retirement, at which time you probably be in a lower tax bracket. Imagine the egg waiting for you ... Take a good look at our IRA plans today. You'll fii your future never looked so good. AND NORTHEAST MISSOURI TOO! !x LEWISTOWN STATE BANK Lewistown, Mo. -- 314-497-2284 OMCMLXXXN Leo Shaffer Golnick Adv., In¢+ N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Lewistown merle Garnett Arrives Monday for visit with Dannenhauers Roger Dannenhauer arrived Monday from Tempe, Ariz., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. His wife arrived Tuesday and visited with her relatives. Bob and Roger visited the Danny Dannenhauers Saturday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer took Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dannenhauer to the plane in Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. Velva Nichols hosted the Lewistown Bridge Club Friday after- noon. Dessert was served to Bertie Logan, Veta Bronson, Hazel McAfee, Lucille Thomas, Jamyee Corbin, Dorothy Wills and new members Mary Kay Myers and Martha BLown. Lucille Thomas will serve as hostess next 'ruth. Bradley Coate} of the University of Iowa at Iowa City and Mrs. Tom Coates of Minnesota were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Thrasher. Christine Bringer returned home Thursday from KO Hospital. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doss of Quincy. The Warren SLices were Sunday evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols, Roger and Jeff. Grog Dance came Friday for a two week stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dance. Dorothy Doud was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin from Wednesday til Sunday. On Sunday they drove home (Industry), and stayed overnight. On Monday they visited with Hazel Tandy, Ida Crickett and Mabel Reis. They returned home after having supper with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cobb. Those mentioned are all of Macomb. On this past Sunday they visited with the Allen Musser family at LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smoot of California were Thursday and over- night guests of Bertie Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter were Thursday supper guests also. The Smoots were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Bessie Smoot, and sister, Mrs. Joan Darr, both of Russellville. They visited Monday with Bertie. Saturday night guests of. Margaret Holbert were Veta Bronson, Hazel McAfee and Bertie Logan. Martha Lou • O'Dear was with her mother also. Mrs. Shonna Urvan and Derrick of Ft. Madison arrived Wednesday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Nell Stice. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stice and Nikki of Knox City visited with them. Mrs. Leroy Scoggin of Phoenix, Ariz., and Tom Scoggin of Little Rock, Ark., called in the home of Mrs. Laura Scoggin Friday. Family members who came to visit with them were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Scoggin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh, Delsie Doran, Cindy Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chadwell and Willard of Leonard were Sunday dinner guests of the Don Garnett family. Frank Cron of Springfield called on Mrs. Leora Nelson Friday. Saturday Mrs, Anna Mac Richardson hosted a dinner in honor of family birthdays in January, Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Earlywine and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Haire and Beth of Liberty. The birthdays of Tim, Mary and Teresa were celebrat- ed. Millie Gaus spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, Jay Doran and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Van Meter and children were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Meter. On Sunday the J. W, Van Meters were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Van Meter and girls. ROGERS HEWITT To be installed president of NEMO Shrine Rogers Hewitt, Shelbyville, will be installed Friday, Jan. 18 as the 36th president of the Northeast Missouri Shrine Club. The installation will be at the Hannibal Holiday Inn and under the direction of Illustrious Potentate Boyle O. Redes, Jr., Moolah Shrine Temple of St. Louis. Hewitt, is publisher-owner of two weekly newspapers in Missouri: the Shelby County Herald in Shelbyville and the Lawson Review at Lawson. His son, Cress, a third generation newspaperman, is general manager of the Lawson newspaper, and his father, W. C. Hewitt, owned and operated the Shelbyville newspaper from 1925 until his death in 1967. Hewitt is act4ve in community. affairs in Shelby County and in newspaper work throughout the state. He was president of Northeast Missouri Press Association in 1961 and state president in 1980. He graduated from Westminster College, Fulton, in 1951, is married to the former Geraldean Kennett of Fulton, and in addition to their son, they are the parents of a daughter, Mrs. Jim Perry of Bethel. They have one granddaugh- ter. The immediate past presidev/t of the Northeast Missouri Shrine Club is Willard B. Middleton, Jr., of Hannibal. Soybean Council registration for director Jan. 31 Registration for the election of the directors to the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council will close Thursday, Jan. 31. Any commercial soybean producer who has not registered should do so at their county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service office. A commercial producer is any individ- ual, firm, corporation, partnership, or unincorporated association that pro- duces and markets one or more bushels of soybeans annually. Election of the council members will be by mail ballot. The ballots will be mailed out on March 1 and should be postmarked and returned by Friday, April 5. The Missouri Soybean Merchandis- ing Council is financed by a fee of one-half cent per bushel collected on all soybeans marketed by commercial producers. The .funds will be used for the continuation and expansion of market development programs in foreign markets for soybeans and soybean products; for research on weed control, insect control, disease control and improvement of fertilization, varieties and cultural practices; for research on economics of soybean production and marketing; and to furnish current information on re- search and market development to soybean producers. Press-News Journal, Canton, Me., Thursday, January 17, Democrats elec-'t.woman state chairperson Democratic Party at one of its lowest points of political power in many decades. Republicans now hold five of the six statewide offices in Missouri government, one U.S. Senate seat and three of the state's nine seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Harriet Woods was the only ' victorious Democrat in statewide races in November, winning election as lieutenant governor. "The most important job we Democrats have to do in the next two years is to elect a state auditor and a United States senator," said- Klearman. She said establishing adequate financial and modern campaign technology were problems that must be overcome in restoring the Democratic Party back to power in Missouri. She said her first job would be to appoint a five-member commit° tee to set up fundraising programs for the state committee. Carol Ragar of Canton was among those attending the meeting. Missouri Democrats Saturday elect- ed new state party leaders, electing for the first time in 157 years a woman as their state chairperson. Margie Klearman of Creve Coeur was named to head the Missouri Democratic State Committee for a two-year term, becoming the first woman elected to that post since the party was established in Missouri Jan. 10, 1828. Klearman, whose election came without debate, takes over Missouri's Sharpsburg Bettering farm income is first priority of F B Lucille Minear Improving farm income was re- supports a freeze and fix program. afirmed as Farm Bureau's number Such a plan Calls for a freeze of Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarred Phillips one priority in 1985 during the 66th federal spending until Congress makes make frequent trips to see Mrs. annual meeting of the American Farm the necessary reforms in entitlement Margaret Kimberley. Bureau Federation in Honolulu, programs to bring long-term redue- Mrs. Bobby Dan Miller and Janee Hawaii. Voting delegates to the tions in federal spending. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Miller meeting, including those from Mis- In other action, the delegates voted and family were recent visitors of Mrs. souri, decided this could best be to deny government supports or other Bob Miller, St. accomplished by supporting a more incentives to any farmer who brings Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson and market oriented 1985 Farm Bill and fragile lands under cultivation. They more responsible federal government also voted to support reforms to family of Moline and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Simpson of Rock Island recently spending policies, simplify federal income tax cedes and C. R. (Dick) Johnston, Missouri to work to insure that farmers be -visited in the home of the ladies Farm Bureau President, said "Farm- represented on the Commodities parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor and Mark. The Simpsons enjoyed a holiday ers across the nation agree with us Futures Trading Commission. vacation in Hawaii. that we can not store ourselves into During the meeting, Missouri Farm Mrs. P. J. Sandknop of St. Louis and prosperity through the use of federal Bureau received awards for member- Mrs. Bob Miller, St., and Mrs. Edgar grain reserve programs. We must be ship growth; women's programs; prepared to market our crops in a political education; information, poli- Scoggin were recent visitors of Mrs. Kate McDaniel at LaBelle Manor. more orderly manner and keep price cy development; special projects and support programs tied more closely to the organization's efforts to promote Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brumbaugh market realities." "Age in the Classroom." and family of Bethel were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd The delegates strongly agreed that Over 175 Mis'sourians, along with Sharpe and family, improved farm income would be over 7,000 other farmers from around difficult unless federal deficits are the nation, attended the meeting in Mr. and Mrs. David Cassanda of brought under control. Farm Bureau Hawaii, Jan. 7-10. Lincoln, Neb., were recent house guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walterformer ColeenMenke'Menke.Mrs" Cassanda is the Quincy public television is Mr. and Mrs. Port McCracken were callersMr, andFriday atMrs. LaBelleEarl MichelMan°r" were assigned call letters WQEC recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Channel 27, Quincy's public televi- The concrete foundation for WQEC's Ritter. sion station, has been assigned the call transmitting tower was poured earlier Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sharpe were letters WQEC by the Federal Corn- in the week on farmland owned by Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and munications Commission (FCC), ac- Blackhawk of Quincy, Inc., east of the Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family, cording to Dr. Jerold Gruebel, city. Transmitting equipment is now Mrs. Barbara Rhodes & Nicholas of executive director of CONVOCOM, the being installed in an equipment Memphis were Saturday supper guests West Central Illinois Educational enclosure at the tower site. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Telecommunications Corporation. The "We are awaiting shipment of the Weber. Joe Wallace called on Mr. and Mrs. regional educational consortium will tower," Gruebel said. "It has been operate the station, fabricated in sections at the factory Ernest Weber Friday. Gruebel said the FCC has also issued Mrs. Bill Daak was a Wednesday a construction permit opening the way overnight guest in the home of her son, for CONVOCOM to build the station in S Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daak and family Quincy. Gruebel called issuance of the in Lewistown. permit a formality and said, "There Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe will be no more federal red tape Hirseh were Dennis Perrigo of Edina involved in construction of the station. and Mrs. Theresa Hamilton of LaBelle. 'We have the go ahead to build." Mrs. Glenn Tungate was an afternoon visitor. :':':.:.." .... :...:.:.:. : : : : ::: : - • • : - : : - : ::::;:;:..:.:.:.:.'. q..:..;..;.;.:.:::::::.,.:-: ..... :..-.:..:. • .-...................... • ...........;,; ...°. .................................. ...o....°.°.° ..... ,.°..... %% ii LUMLEY LOCKER iii :': ::..: iii of LaBeile i::il :.:. ill Complete Custom Processing of ilii i00ii Beef, Pork, Lamb i!ii "E !:i: Phone 462-3373 :::: :!:i :.::i PR ESS.NE WS Published Every Americanton David Steinbeck 130 Avenue Of The Canton, Missouri i Nt NA Advertising Re MISSOURI PREro$ Columbia, gATE Subscriptiol In Lewis, Knox, and Clark Counties, a year .............. Six months .......... Elsewhere in Missouri other states, a year .... Six months .......... Advertlwqg Display Advertising. Column inch Classified" Advertising, Per word Minimum Display Classified, Col. inch .............. Card of Thanks ........ and should be delivered permitting, we will be on schedule." For Prudential's Fast, Free Pru.Review... See me I'll help you decide *f you have the nght insurance for your car and home. For personal, profes- sional insurance service, talk to me Darell Fast AREA REPRESENTATIVE 217-222-3551 c 1984 Prudenhal TlPrudeflteat  Property and Casually InSurance Company, Homdel, NJ 8ATUI00A¥, JaN, ttt foods .  hon i'n int ='=""" ©" YOUR FUTURE '"", ' LOOKS GOOD "=" '" "" WITH IRA. Kirksville Osteopathic Health Center announces the association of Philip S. McIntire, D.O. in the practice of General Surgery and00 Clinical Nutrition Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Gutensohn Clinic  816-626-2272 KIRKSVILLE OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH CENTER Today could be very special for you. If you make point to plan for a very special day in your future retirement. We can help make your retirement rewarding, more financially secure with a sheltered Individual Retiremen Account (IRA). An IRA is a high-yield savings plan to which make annual tax-deductible contributions. annual contributions and interest earned are deferred until retirement, at which time you probably be in a lower tax bracket. Imagine the egg waiting for you ... Take a good look at our IRA plans today. You'll fii your future never looked so good. AND NORTHEAST MISSOURI TOO! !x LEWISTOWN STATE BANK Lewistown, Mo. -- 314-497-2284