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'NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS i I , Sharpsburg overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and "Mrs. Joe Hirsch were Mrs. Bonnie Ashford and Angela and Jim Kincaid of Ewing. I i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch were L Lucille Minear among those who attended the j. i bluegrass program at the Steffenville ; community building Saturday evening. Miss Vonnie Scifres of Lewistown was a recent visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear, Jim and Bob, and their house guest, Annie Minear. Mrs. Eva Hatfield of Knox City was a Saturday visitor in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Michel. Andy and Amy. Mr. and Mrs. John Ebus of Quincy were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daak. Mr. and Mrs. Mackie Johnston of Newark were Saturday evening visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Earl Byers visited Mrs. Margaret Kimberley Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Lindsey were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Michel. Mrs. John Searle was a Thursday Dustin Florea of Quincy was a Monday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Florea, Jeremy and Heather. Mrs. Earl Byers visited Mrs. Margaret Kimberley Thursday eve- ning. Mrs. Bob Miller, Sr., Mrs. Edgar Scoggin and Mrs. Raymond Campbell visited Mrs. Kate McDaniel and others at LaBelle Manor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear joined Mr. and Mrs. Phil Livesay for a valentine brunch at the Hannibal Boat Club. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear were weekend guests of Miss Anne Minear at Kirksville. Bruce Minear was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber. Marvin Robinson will be speaker at C-:g event in Chicago where he joined Equitable l: : Life Assurance Society of the Umted 1 States. Within a year he became assistant to the district manager with sales training responsibilities, and, in 1B 1979, he was top salesman for the Midwest Region and won several  iawards. He then became marketing representative for Mesirow & Com- l L pany a Chicago-based brokerage [] i pouse. [] ' Robinson has served on the advisory J:mard of 'Athletes For Better .Education" with Julius Irving and pther athletic greats In this capacity, : he advised young athletes on the ! In celebration of Black History Month, Marvin Robinson will speak at Culver-Stockton College Thursday, Feb. 28, at 11 a.m. The lecture, "Black on Black Movement: How professional sports organizations abuse their athletes and the tack of ethics in their money- making business," will be in Alexand- er Campbell Auditorium, and the public is invited. Robinson currently is chairman of the Board of Sports Communications Agency, Inc., a company that he created to handle commercial endorse- ments for professional athletes. The company has done special promotions for the Cubs, Stings, White Sox, Bulls, and Blackhawks. Robinson also serves as a marketing representative for Interbanc Equity ' Corporation, a company that special- izes in investments and tax shelters. He is a frequent keynote speaker, sports commentator, play-by-play an- nouncer and host for special events. During his high school years in Monroe City, Robinson was active in various leadership roles and was an all-conference athlete in football, basketball and track. He attended Northeast Missouri State University with a full athletic scholarship, and was drafted into the World Football League in 1974. After the league disbanned, Robinson was with the Green Bay Packers for a brief time before he left professional sports as a player. He began his business career in 1976 Forestry seminar ii i.i ii!J  An outdoor forestry seminar will be ' i held on Saturday, March 9, at the Fred : i Ewalt farm north of Knox City. The :.i seminar, lasting about 2 hours, will be i given beginning at 10 a.m. and again at 1:15 p.m. The seminar is open to the public and will cover the following conserva- tion, topics: cutting firewood to  . improve woodland growth and quality:  managing woodlands for wildlife: , managing walnut trees for nut crops and logs; marking and selling timber: HsR BLOCK Where more Americans Tracey Daniel $5131 We can't promise everyone this, but in a/recent survey of customers who got refunds, 3 out of 4 believe they got bigger refunds than if they did their own taxes. 3 out of 4! Inside Sears Catalog Merchant Store i! MARVIN ROBINSON importance of education and st J dying for their goals, and he has been invited to appear on the Phil Donahue Show and on the Today Show. Sports Communications Agency, Inc., was formed in 1980, with several accounts including Sears and Seven- Up. The company has negotiated commercial endorsement contracts for radio and television packages with owners, coaches and players such as Walter Payton, Ernie Banks, Vince Evans, Hank Aaron, Ray Meyer, Eddie Einhorn, Keith Magnuson an Lee Stern. In addition to delivering the Thursday morning lecture at C-S, Robinson will be a guest at a luncheon in the Presidents Dining Room in the student center and will me inform- ally with students during the after- noon. at Knox.City soil erosion control: and general timber management. The Ewalt farm is north and east of Knox City. Signs will be posted at the junction of Highway 6 and Highway U in Knox City and at the junction of Highway K and -- south of Colony. As an added attraction a miniature sawmill will be operating on the site. For more information contact John Fleming or Ed Keyser at (816) 665-4651. Travelogue Two-year plan to be presented by Aging Board Older Missourians, public officials and other interested persons will have an opportunity to express their views regarding services to be provided for the 48,500 northeast Missourians over 60 in the 16-county area served by the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging during March. At the hearings, the 1986-87 Two-Year Aea Plan will be presented by the Area Agency on Aging Board of Directors and staff members. Those in attendance will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed services to be provided through the area plan and the long term care program. These services are provided under Title III of the Older Americans Act and related Title funds. The Area Plan represents a formal commitment made to the Division of Aging as to how the Area Agency on Aging intends to carry out its responsibilities. These public hearings will be hosted by the regional councils on aging and include: Monday, March 18, 11 a.m., NEMO Regional Council on Aging, HUD Community Room, No. 31, Cornelius Ave., Memphis. This council serves the counties of Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Schuyler and Scotland. Tuesday, March 26, 1 p.m.. Mark Twain Regional Council on Aging, Methodist Church, 218 Catherine, Monroe City. This council serves the counties of Macon, Marion, Monroe, Rails, Randolph and Shelby. Hotline for farmers needing financial help Missouri farm families can now call a toll-free number to get help with their financial difficulties. The number . (1-800-622-2767) puts persons in contact with MO FARMS, Missouri Financial Advisory Resource Management Support, a joint effort by the Missouri Department of Agricul- ture and the University of Missouri. More than 200 families have already contacted the 30 trained financial consultants available through the program. Hotline hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Are Your Auto Rates Going Up- Up-Up ??? i COMPARE RATES AMERICAN FAMILY American Family Offers You " " " " "FAST, FAIR CLAIMS SERVICE" AUTO ItOME BUSINESS HEALTH LIFE American StandarC Insurance Gomlany "COMPETATIVE RATES" Madison, W,$ "FRIENDLY AGENTS, WORKING FOR YOU" See or Call Your American Family Insurance Agent Today Jerry Bean, LaGrange, 655-4803 or Russ Ward, Canton, 288-3370 OPEN 9 TO 5 WEEKDAYS, 9 TO NOON SATURDAY Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21 Durham Ken Richter shows African youth his movie camera with which he made the documentary film, "South Africa" to be shown at Culver-Stockton College on Thursday evening at 8 p.m. in Campbell Auditorium. The travelogue is open to the public and admission is free. Area Scouters are honored The Silver Beaver Award, the highest honor that can be presented to adult volunteer Scouters by the Great Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of Amer- ica, was presented to six area Scourers at the Council Annual Recognition Banquet in Jefferson City on Saturday, Feb. 16. Those receiving the award were William E. Backer. Fulton: Robert Van Ark, Jefferson City: Gary Dunkerly, Columbia: Marion Rowe. Sedalia: J. Joe Delong, Jefferson City; and C. William Breeding, Hannibal. Over 250 adult Scouters from the 33 county Mid-Missouri Area served by the Great Rivers Council attended the banquet event at the First United Methodist Church The recognition meeting was a part of the 75th diamond jubilee anniversary celebra- tion of the Boy Scouts of America and was the climax of the program planning conference that established the Scouting program in the Great Rivers Council for September 1985 through August 1986. The Great Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America, annually serves over 13,000 youth through some 4,000 adult volunteers in mid and north central Missouri, and is a member agency of the United Way. miss Cindy A valentine party t Mrs. Donald Powers John Back was Powers home. Anna Klocke, Steve Xander d Geisendorfer of baum of Palmyra, LaGrange, Darrin Dawn Powers and Durham, Johnna of Durham. Pizza, cookies and were served. Friends of Rev,. Slaver of Hermann are enjoying a trip the United Hermann. Rev. pastor of the local Church, but is Mr. and Mrs. on Mr. and Mrs. Palmyra Thursday. Mrs. Helc Wednesday with Mr. Halle of Quincy. Mrs. Zeta LaBelle Manor, fell She had surgery in Quincy, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. supper to Jim Sunday. Mr. Keller from the hospital Joe Baskett of weekend with his Baskett. Amanda Cramer evening in the in Ewing. Lance Sherwood with his father, family of IGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Ron and Mr. and attended the 95th Mrs. Ethel Meyers afternoon. Lisa Patton fell Sunday morning and hospital by A large number attended the wedding Brent Bortigan and at St. Anthony iiiii i i Don't wait to make a great deal on a great Dodge truck - as Dodge continues to offer Prospector option package discounts on U.S.-built Dodge trucks. See your local Dodge dealer for details. IJ pnocn  At no extra cost. the only stmulard truck Protection Plan covering powertrain and oater body rust4hrou for 5 ars or 50,000 miles (wh comes first), limited waryant Excludes leas & import A deductible aplieg Ask for details. KELLER'S AuTo g SERVICE 256 N. WASHINGTON. (N.W. CORNER OF KAHOKA, MO. PHONE 816-727-2717 'NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS i I , Sharpsburg overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and "Mrs. Joe Hirsch were Mrs. Bonnie Ashford and Angela and Jim Kincaid of Ewing. I i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch were L Lucille Minear among those who attended the j. i bluegrass program at the Steffenville ; community building Saturday evening. Miss Vonnie Scifres of Lewistown was a recent visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear, Jim and Bob, and their house guest, Annie Minear. Mrs. Eva Hatfield of Knox City was a Saturday visitor in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Michel. Andy and Amy. Mr. and Mrs. John Ebus of Quincy were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daak. Mr. and Mrs. Mackie Johnston of Newark were Saturday evening visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Earl Byers visited Mrs. Margaret Kimberley Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Lindsey were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Michel. Mrs. John Searle was a Thursday Dustin Florea of Quincy was a Monday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Florea, Jeremy and Heather. Mrs. Earl Byers visited Mrs. Margaret Kimberley Thursday eve- ning. Mrs. Bob Miller, Sr., Mrs. Edgar Scoggin and Mrs. Raymond Campbell visited Mrs. Kate McDaniel and others at LaBelle Manor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear joined Mr. and Mrs. Phil Livesay for a valentine brunch at the Hannibal Boat Club. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear were weekend guests of Miss Anne Minear at Kirksville. Bruce Minear was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber. Marvin Robinson will be speaker at C-:g event in Chicago where he joined Equitable l: : Life Assurance Society of the Umted 1 States. Within a year he became assistant to the district manager with sales training responsibilities, and, in 1B 1979, he was top salesman for the Midwest Region and won several  iawards. He then became marketing representative for Mesirow & Com- l L pany a Chicago-based brokerage [] i pouse. [] ' Robinson has served on the advisory J:mard of 'Athletes For Better .Education" with Julius Irving and pther athletic greats In this capacity, : he advised young athletes on the ! In celebration of Black History Month, Marvin Robinson will speak at Culver-Stockton College Thursday, Feb. 28, at 11 a.m. The lecture, "Black on Black Movement: How professional sports organizations abuse their athletes and the tack of ethics in their money- making business," will be in Alexand- er Campbell Auditorium, and the public is invited. Robinson currently is chairman of the Board of Sports Communications Agency, Inc., a company that he created to handle commercial endorse- ments for professional athletes. The company has done special promotions for the Cubs, Stings, White Sox, Bulls, and Blackhawks. Robinson also serves as a marketing representative for Interbanc Equity ' Corporation, a company that special- izes in investments and tax shelters. He is a frequent keynote speaker, sports commentator, play-by-play an- nouncer and host for special events. During his high school years in Monroe City, Robinson was active in various leadership roles and was an all-conference athlete in football, basketball and track. He attended Northeast Missouri State University with a full athletic scholarship, and was drafted into the World Football League in 1974. After the league disbanned, Robinson was with the Green Bay Packers for a brief time before he left professional sports as a player. He began his business career in 1976 Forestry seminar ii i.i ii!J  An outdoor forestry seminar will be ' i held on Saturday, March 9, at the Fred : i Ewalt farm north of Knox City. The :.i seminar, lasting about 2 hours, will be i given beginning at 10 a.m. and again at 1:15 p.m. The seminar is open to the public and will cover the following conserva- tion, topics: cutting firewood to  . improve woodland growth and quality:  managing woodlands for wildlife: , managing walnut trees for nut crops and logs; marking and selling timber: HsR BLOCK Where more Americans Tracey Daniel $5131 We can't promise everyone this, but in a/recent survey of customers who got refunds, 3 out of 4 believe they got bigger refunds than if they did their own taxes. 3 out of 4! Inside Sears Catalog Merchant Store i! MARVIN ROBINSON importance of education and st J dying for their goals, and he has been invited to appear on the Phil Donahue Show and on the Today Show. Sports Communications Agency, Inc., was formed in 1980, with several accounts including Sears and Seven- Up. The company has negotiated commercial endorsement contracts for radio and television packages with owners, coaches and players such as Walter Payton, Ernie Banks, Vince Evans, Hank Aaron, Ray Meyer, Eddie Einhorn, Keith Magnuson an Lee Stern. In addition to delivering the Thursday morning lecture at C-S, Robinson will be a guest at a luncheon in the Presidents Dining Room in the student center and will me inform- ally with students during the after- noon. at Knox.City soil erosion control: and general timber management. The Ewalt farm is north and east of Knox City. Signs will be posted at the junction of Highway 6 and Highway U in Knox City and at the junction of Highway K and -- south of Colony. As an added attraction a miniature sawmill will be operating on the site. For more information contact John Fleming or Ed Keyser at (816) 665-4651. Travelogue Two-year plan to be presented by Aging Board Older Missourians, public officials and other interested persons will have an opportunity to express their views regarding services to be provided for the 48,500 northeast Missourians over 60 in the 16-county area served by the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging during March. At the hearings, the 1986-87 Two-Year Aea Plan will be presented by the Area Agency on Aging Board of Directors and staff members. Those in attendance will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed services to be provided through the area plan and the long term care program. These services are provided under Title III of the Older Americans Act and related Title funds. The Area Plan represents a formal commitment made to the Division of Aging as to how the Area Agency on Aging intends to carry out its responsibilities. These public hearings will be hosted by the regional councils on aging and include: Monday, March 18, 11 a.m., NEMO Regional Council on Aging, HUD Community Room, No. 31, Cornelius Ave., Memphis. This council serves the counties of Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Schuyler and Scotland. Tuesday, March 26, 1 p.m.. Mark Twain Regional Council on Aging, Methodist Church, 218 Catherine, Monroe City. This council serves the counties of Macon, Marion, Monroe, Rails, Randolph and Shelby. Hotline for farmers needing financial help Missouri farm families can now call a toll-free number to get help with their financial difficulties. The number . (1-800-622-2767) puts persons in contact with MO FARMS, Missouri Financial Advisory Resource Management Support, a joint effort by the Missouri Department of Agricul- ture and the University of Missouri. More than 200 families have already contacted the 30 trained financial consultants available through the program. Hotline hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Are Your Auto Rates Going Up- Up-Up ??? i COMPARE RATES AMERICAN FAMILY American Family Offers You " " " " "FAST, FAIR CLAIMS SERVICE" AUTO ItOME BUSINESS HEALTH LIFE American StandarC Insurance Gomlany "COMPETATIVE RATES" Madison, W,$ "FRIENDLY AGENTS, WORKING FOR YOU" See or Call Your American Family Insurance Agent Today Jerry Bean, LaGrange, 655-4803 or Russ Ward, Canton, 288-3370 OPEN 9 TO 5 WEEKDAYS, 9 TO NOON SATURDAY Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21 Durham Ken Richter shows African youth his movie camera with which he made the documentary film, "South Africa" to be shown at Culver-Stockton College on Thursday evening at 8 p.m. in Campbell Auditorium. The travelogue is open to the public and admission is free. Area Scouters are honored The Silver Beaver Award, the highest honor that can be presented to adult volunteer Scouters by the Great Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of Amer- ica, was presented to six area Scourers at the Council Annual Recognition Banquet in Jefferson City on Saturday, Feb. 16. Those receiving the award were William E. Backer. Fulton: Robert Van Ark, Jefferson City: Gary Dunkerly, Columbia: Marion Rowe. Sedalia: J. Joe Delong, Jefferson City; and C. William Breeding, Hannibal. Over 250 adult Scouters from the 33 county Mid-Missouri Area served by the Great Rivers Council attended the banquet event at the First United Methodist Church The recognition meeting was a part of the 75th diamond jubilee anniversary celebra- tion of the Boy Scouts of America and was the climax of the program planning conference that established the Scouting program in the Great Rivers Council for September 1985 through August 1986. The Great Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America, annually serves over 13,000 youth through some 4,000 adult volunteers in mid and north central Missouri, and is a member agency of the United Way. miss Cindy A valentine party t Mrs. Donald Powers John Back was Powers home. Anna Klocke, Steve Xander d Geisendorfer of baum of Palmyra, LaGrange, Darrin Dawn Powers and Durham, Johnna of Durham. Pizza, cookies and were served. Friends of Rev,. Slaver of Hermann are enjoying a trip the United Hermann. Rev. pastor of the local Church, but is Mr. and Mrs. on Mr. and Mrs. Palmyra Thursday. Mrs. Helc Wednesday with Mr. Halle of Quincy. Mrs. Zeta LaBelle Manor, fell She had surgery in Quincy, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. supper to Jim Sunday. Mr. Keller from the hospital Joe Baskett of weekend with his Baskett. Amanda Cramer evening in the in Ewing. Lance Sherwood with his father, family of IGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Ron and Mr. and attended the 95th Mrs. Ethel Meyers afternoon. Lisa Patton fell Sunday morning and hospital by A large number attended the wedding Brent Bortigan and at St. Anthony iiiii i i Don't wait to make a great deal on a great Dodge truck - as Dodge continues to offer Prospector option package discounts on U.S.-built Dodge trucks. See your local Dodge dealer for details. IJ pnocn  At no extra cost. the only stmulard truck Protection Plan covering powertrain and oater body rust4hrou for 5 ars or 50,000 miles (wh comes first), limited waryant Excludes leas & import A deductible aplieg Ask for details. KELLER'S AuTo g SERVICE 256 N. WASHINGTON. (N.W. CORNER OF KAHOKA, MO. PHONE 816-727-2717