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CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21, 1985, Page So rt Banquet held at =town Baptist Feb. 14 Elmer McCuUy serv- 19 couples at the First Lewistown, for a at 6:30 p.m. on St. room was artfully and white. Everyone card tables. Janis Van the decorating. style dinner menu salad, ham, baked beans, corn, hot rolls, tea and coffee. )resent were asked your sweetheart?" The ladies were asked, "What was your first impression?" Mr. and Mrs. Aura Holbert were selected King and Queen of the banquet by secret ballot. They were seated upon a throne while Jerry and Betty Dance sang "You Light Up My Life." Two games, "Sweethearts of the Bible" and "Scrambled Cities" were played. Mr. and Mrs. Dance sang, "Why Worry?", Bro. McCully spoke a few words of inspiration and closed with prayer On" to be presented Catacombs College&apos;s theatre present the comedy Rick Abbot Feb. 28 3 at 8 p.m., in the campus. Gnaedinger, C-S instruc- arts. is director and Michael Kramme, of theatre arts, is and C-S sophomore is stage manager. a play within a play., .rry., played by C:S Lois Picket, is a play called Foul." The play begins four days before the The actors don't know their lines yet because play- wright Phyllis. played by Diane Mills, keeps changing the script. Dress rehearsal takes place with the actors still not knowing their lines, and Phyllis is still interfering. Everything goes wrong opening night, thanks to Phyllis. The comedy is set in a community theatre in the midwest. Other cast members include: Aggie, played by Charise Adams: Louise, played by Gayla Goehl: Polly, played by Melissa DuBuque: Henry, played by Russell Haines; Violet, played by Rosemary Lloyd; Billy, played by Douglas Woods: Smitty, played by Valorie Bridgeman; and Saul, played by Scott Webster. party named at Orr shower was held Jan. 26 in Newbold: ring bearer, Urban Wiskir- Orr, hosted by chen: flower girl, Melinda Sister; ushers, Allen Wiskirchen and Mike were Rose Newbold: bridesmaids, Rose Wiskir- and Tracy Hotel- chen and Tracy Hoteling; maid of Dorothy and Pam honor. Tammy Robinson: and best Smith. Wynona man. David Jameson; and grooms: Robinson. Those men. Monte Newbold and John were Sue Wiskirchen, Wiskirchen+ Ester Meyer. Shirley KathD, n Orr and Edward Wiskirchen Kaiser and Phyllis will be married at 7 p m on March 1 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in was named as Canton. and gifts. Jodie Rosenblatts celebrate 35th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rosenblatt of Taylor will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with a reception at the Lions Club in LaGrange Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2:30 to 4:30. Friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. The Rosenblatts were married Feb. 21, 1950, at Pocahantis, Akr. Mrs. Rosenblatt is the former Lovie LaFoe of Philadelphia, Mo. The couple has one daughter, Mrs. Jack (Carolyn) White of Taylor, four grandchildren, two great grandchildren, three step grandchildren and four step great grandchildren. ............ . .................... Affl rr I + ' ,mMvk.,= , . + r L +'" -- = Ruth Shutwell honored at luncheon Mrs. Ruth Shutwell of LaGrange was surprised by a luncheon given in her honor by her co-workers at the Marion County Family Services office in Hannibal on Valentine's Day. Her husband, Jim, was a surprise guest for the luncheon. The occasion was marking Ruth's 20 years of employment with the agency. She was given a 20-year certificate, a heart shaped 'ake and an engraved pendent. A skit was provided by Tena Gottman and Patricia Jensen. Mrs. Shutwell continues to be employed in the Marion County office. "The Lonely Life," based on the book, Reaching Out, by Henri Nouwen. Mrs. Waters discussed the three movements of the spiritual life; loneliness and solitude, hostility to hospitality, and reachout out in prayer and to God. Mrs. Frances Blickhan led the worship service. The next general meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. Study groups will meet on February 20. Canton Woman's Club The GFWC Canton Woman's Club, M.F.WC. met with Mrs. Elsa Howell Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 12. Dessert was served at 1:30, with Mrs. Walter, Reuling assisting the hostess. Mrs. Reuling, president, VIP Day Richmond. Ads Schmid presented the program on citizenship. The next meeting will he March 14, 1:30 p.m. at the Shrine of St. Patrick church basement with Norms Rich- mond as hostess. The group will tour the Shrine, post office and possibly the antique shop. Ewing TOPS Ewing TOPS held its regular meeting on Feb. 14 at ? in the senior housing. Loser of the week was Mary Brown. Winners of the TOPS valentine contest were Darlene Van Thun and Dorothy Nelson. Mary Fox was the 6-week TOPS loser, A new contest starts next week, Election of officers will he March 7. The meeting closed with the TOPS pledge. Chapter BS, P.E.O. Chapter BS, P.E.O. met Thursday evening, Feb. 14, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brown with 22 members present. After the business meeting the members were joined by their husbands for a valentine party Puttin' on the Ritz Saturday for more than 140 area high school seniors, their parents and friends, the Culver-Stockton C-S Singers help entertain for VIP Day on campus. The high school students met with the financial aid director. President Robert Brown and other members of the faculty and staff and were given tours of the campus. Rayl. Plans for the May 1 observance of the World Day of Prayer were discussed. The Methodist ladies will be guests that day. Mable Featherlin presented a pro- gram, "Where Have All the Disciples Gone?", taken from the Disciple Magazine, after which the meeting was closed with the CWF benediction. The hostess served refreshments during the fellowship hour following the meeting. Dorothy Roberson will serve as hostess for the March 7 meeting. Town & Country Club Veta Bronson hosted the Feb. 4 meeting of the Town and Country Club in the afternoon with eight members present. Hazel McAfee led in the pledge to the flag. In the absence of other officers, Bertie logan took roll call. A letter from the Mark Twain 191ental Health Association outlining their services to the community was read by Mrs. McAfee. Vernita Halbert shared a selec+tion of NORVAL g MARY MURPHY Wyaconda, Mo. Best Wishes, from The Bill Murphy Family. The Bob M,,orphy Family The Mary Fern Thomson Family + called the meeting to order at 2. Mrs. Don Burke, Mrs. David poems from a publication entitled, "A Twenty memberswerepresent to Steinbeck, Mrs. George Harris, mem-New Day" as the devotional. Ruth p 9 f hear two young ladies speak, bers of the social committee, were Keppner led the program as each Miss Tami Montee of Oregon and co-hostesses. They, along with Mrs+ member contributed interesting arti- Marvin Hinkle. and Mrs. Brown cles on Presidents Washington and m --= ,Or"an=za-=ons ++ +'- IV[issShawnaleeEasterlingfCalifr-conducted the initiation of the Lincln+ Sme quizes on them made  rJ nia, of the advance team with "Up With People," told the members about following BII, Dr. Brown, Dr. Walter members search their memories for D the musical shw' t be presented Reuling'GergeHarris'BruceZenge' histrical facts+ Als sme details f yOU WSflt I ,m Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m. at Dale McCutchan and Charles Golden Valentine's Day were related. The sabelle Alexander Campbell Auditorium. Following the initiation refreshments meeting closed with the club collect the Canton Branch of rretwell+ Marshall, Virginia St. Clair; Mrs. Michael Benning led with the were served and then the group was being repeated, classifieds .; the home of Marjorie Organistl Phyllis Hutchinson; Adah, Pledge to the Flag. divided into four teams to play Trivial Mrs. Bronson served cherry dessert Ellen Mudd, Marjorie Lou Kapfer: Ruth, Erma Dee Derk- Mrs. Colman Winn introduced Mrs. Prusuit. Team captains were George in keeping with the season. were welcomed as sen; Esther, Bobble Toops; Martha, Gary Cochell, who gave the program, Harris,' Marvin Hinkle, Bruce Zenge vice president of Geneva Bevans- Electa, Maribeth a very informative paper on "Health." and David Steinheck with the Stein- ,  conducted the Welker Warder' Sheila Walker; and , Mrs. ,Winn gave the meditation on beck team the winners. ;eir; the absence of Setinei, Ralph St. Clair. 'Love. The next meeting will he Feb-28at2 " DETERS :'- . t the Jan. 10 meeting, the charter The meeting adjourned, with Mrs. p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marvin ENJOY !SholtauueAedas the was draped in memory of Brother Dana King leading the collect. The Zenge.  .,  m,,, ' Honest to ,   ,-,,-, m t+atm Prnest (Frosty) Mitchell, who had next meeting will be Feb. 26 with Mrs. _ -- .;d,u ts. a Spanishaas been a faithful member of the chapter Glenn Miller hostess. Lewistown CWFLillie Hicks was hostess to the 'i " II1 I11 (; d s 99 Te'x fl-e partici- for five years. Ella*Mac Morris, - -- Mrs. +.,, = ._oo_nes ,. r,nang e program secreta_ry, read the O E S history of -citer Home Builders Ex+o-=+-- ,u,h members of the Lewistown Christian u,+uca av -- " "" " TheBetter Home Buildet's'Ex'te='on Church CWF me!ing. The ;vent took c !;+;J It, II'J/IA'PRODUCTS l ; ..... g e an Frosty. Mary Hudnut, Worth Matron, Ld,.+:-.eres.tmg slide gave appropriate remarks aYd read a Club held its February meetinv at the place at the churcn on reo. - .  [I Fl''Jlrl'U/Speclal  Effective t'o3 cAomn TM He also tribute in poetry and the group stood home of Bobble Kruev++r Nnrma Mrs. Dorothy Rolrson, wce-prem- 'ha--^ ,n+cernmg avail- for silent prayer. It was decided to Richmond and Fay Maddox'<+ave-e dent, opened the meeting as she lead  =,, [_ i wSer rgrams purchase a clock for the hall in his devotional. " " in the recitation of the CWF Prayer+ .+,-. ,,,.mlJ['l' Feb. 20 - 26  served by memory. , .. It was decided to send a d,mnti,, tn Roll call of a Bible verse was "N (!,,,,--Ctt=olpt g, hostess, and Lana The Masons ann their fam,hes, the Young Homemaker +FurlT" , announced by Mabel F.eatherhn, Mrs. :ss i / social time together with the widows of the sympathy card wa .... i'.:.^ Roberson Mrs HicKs. Ira Gosney and , n o s se.+ +u v+,c -:' S Whistons and a donati-- t, +o no, Lucille Tnoma . Masons of Williamstown Lodge were ............. at "+ E S entertained with a carry-in supper held Whiston Memorial Funrl ,h ,4.h A thank you n e from Prawe View "" at the hall on Jan. 24. A bountiful meal member selected a name of a ,shut.in, RestHomewfO;Cer:masgfftstothe ill'tkll  00119 an Larry.. Robertson was provided bv the Eastern Star and for this year. residents . It was also worthy Matron and a great many" athered to en o The MEHA will publish a cookbook reported that members past the age of  W " at of W" - g J y the Each member is asked t "n a d 80 were remembered as Dorothy i .Order theflhamstown fellowship, o brL_o _n ol +. I I Fastern or traditional reciDe to the meetin+, in Roberson gave a gtt to Esther Day Heath Iack Cherry S l I- . ,. held Dec. 14 194 Canton CWF March. These will--be given' to Norma" and Ira Gosney gave one to Hazel m Banana Split ...ol(e at Wflliamstown. Tho Christiam Women's Fellowship [ll!mlll - ,.'= -_,:++::'=+':--+-==-.+-+:++,-- Ice Crea ! l:ud e I +, e<ro! 1985 are: of Canton Christian Church held a " ke ', uorts Welker-generalmeetin at thechurchon | , (WTlkTfVlld.T''lllli.i Bars I g I ulet+o r, Charles K ' g , ,o apfer; February 13 at 7:30 p.m. Georgia | l]lll]/. + , pA I Ice Cream I + pA c,, me +Morris; Treasur- Hood, president, presided. :u..=m:_UCtress,.Dorthe. Following a business meeting, Mrs+ (;I -)c+ I,,, o,=$I.991 !;I 69 "+''ate Conauctress, Nancy Waters presented a program, Sole good .j  . l:eb. |8 . 23 ! 41( l*"r''  /$,'79 1 O" I SPECIAL - " " h , Choose a Sax+!i+l l i 8, Big Beg -- - [ AM-Weather 25 t ' 2 e$, .usage [Fudge 00sanawlc 00IFmm I i +. .plS.OO II cams OFF ] pitt,+, +to.. l Sundae ,,,.1111 sis.s , Western Dress ,WoolSporlcoot.. _.- + !;I 59 /!;I ;]Z 7 + I Woo00Sk,cks& 112 ! +,,....--.......-- 2OO00oFF lco.00,o. .,, : SAVES l S m;. $,o.,s 't "" qlIP l | llemoining Long +eve ,Homes Bo$i , +e,ell 0 AVE 25' Sh,rts Sweters _ ._ | Underwear and All So, : on the purchase at one : on the purchase of one : ' lllle I + 8, Wmt- --- !+12 I IKJY 1 PP+ AT 'Sd!l+ 5j" Yd'' i +I etc. C00KS' PRICEMESSII 2,0 ell SToREOR Pl(O. I12 ,RlCier l.ools. -o. PE. Oil' Ik'''' ''" "--''--''&--'' ''Y ........+..,largevAuO FF.imuAeyballana split. 120 . 26 1' vAuotUb soft OleO.FeBilUAln + 20 - , 11, ++' NtY BUILDERS SUPPLY - r<m vou s.om+ co.vmac= . DETiS DJUI FRIDAY NffE TiLL 9 P.M.  SOUTH 4TH STIIrr. ON 441 LEWIS St. . CANTON 1 TUXEDOES MASTERCARO ALSO IN PALMYI I.NIIUUL / CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21, 1985, Page So rt Banquet held at =town Baptist Feb. 14 Elmer McCuUy serv- 19 couples at the First Lewistown, for a at 6:30 p.m. on St. room was artfully and white. Everyone card tables. Janis Van the decorating. style dinner menu salad, ham, baked beans, corn, hot rolls, tea and coffee. )resent were asked your sweetheart?" The ladies were asked, "What was your first impression?" Mr. and Mrs. Aura Holbert were selected King and Queen of the banquet by secret ballot. They were seated upon a throne while Jerry and Betty Dance sang "You Light Up My Life." Two games, "Sweethearts of the Bible" and "Scrambled Cities" were played. Mr. and Mrs. Dance sang, "Why Worry?", Bro. McCully spoke a few words of inspiration and closed with prayer On" to be presented Catacombs College's theatre present the comedy Rick Abbot Feb. 28 3 at 8 p.m., in the campus. Gnaedinger, C-S instruc- arts. is director and Michael Kramme, of theatre arts, is and C-S sophomore is stage manager. a play within a play., .rry., played by C:S Lois Picket, is a play called Foul." The play begins four days before the The actors don't know their lines yet because play- wright Phyllis. played by Diane Mills, keeps changing the script. Dress rehearsal takes place with the actors still not knowing their lines, and Phyllis is still interfering. Everything goes wrong opening night, thanks to Phyllis. The comedy is set in a community theatre in the midwest. Other cast members include: Aggie, played by Charise Adams: Louise, played by Gayla Goehl: Polly, played by Melissa DuBuque: Henry, played by Russell Haines; Violet, played by Rosemary Lloyd; Billy, played by Douglas Woods: Smitty, played by Valorie Bridgeman; and Saul, played by Scott Webster. party named at Orr shower was held Jan. 26 in Newbold: ring bearer, Urban Wiskir- Orr, hosted by chen: flower girl, Melinda Sister; ushers, Allen Wiskirchen and Mike were Rose Newbold: bridesmaids, Rose Wiskir- and Tracy Hotel- chen and Tracy Hoteling; maid of Dorothy and Pam honor. Tammy Robinson: and best Smith. Wynona man. David Jameson; and grooms: Robinson. Those men. Monte Newbold and John were Sue Wiskirchen, Wiskirchen+ Ester Meyer. Shirley KathD, n Orr and Edward Wiskirchen Kaiser and Phyllis will be married at 7 p m on March 1 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in was named as Canton. and gifts. Jodie Rosenblatts celebrate 35th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rosenblatt of Taylor will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with a reception at the Lions Club in LaGrange Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2:30 to 4:30. Friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. The Rosenblatts were married Feb. 21, 1950, at Pocahantis, Akr. Mrs. Rosenblatt is the former Lovie LaFoe of Philadelphia, Mo. The couple has one daughter, Mrs. Jack (Carolyn) White of Taylor, four grandchildren, two great grandchildren, three step grandchildren and four step great grandchildren. ............ . .................... Affl rr I + ' ,mMvk.,= , . + r L +'" -- = Ruth Shutwell honored at luncheon Mrs. Ruth Shutwell of LaGrange was surprised by a luncheon given in her honor by her co-workers at the Marion County Family Services office in Hannibal on Valentine's Day. Her husband, Jim, was a surprise guest for the luncheon. The occasion was marking Ruth's 20 years of employment with the agency. She was given a 20-year certificate, a heart shaped 'ake and an engraved pendent. A skit was provided by Tena Gottman and Patricia Jensen. Mrs. Shutwell continues to be employed in the Marion County office. "The Lonely Life," based on the book, Reaching Out, by Henri Nouwen. Mrs. Waters discussed the three movements of the spiritual life; loneliness and solitude, hostility to hospitality, and reachout out in prayer and to God. Mrs. Frances Blickhan led the worship service. The next general meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. Study groups will meet on February 20. Canton Woman's Club The GFWC Canton Woman's Club, M.F.WC. met with Mrs. Elsa Howell Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 12. Dessert was served at 1:30, with Mrs. Walter, Reuling assisting the hostess. Mrs. Reuling, president, VIP Day Richmond. Ads Schmid presented the program on citizenship. The next meeting will he March 14, 1:30 p.m. at the Shrine of St. Patrick church basement with Norms Rich- mond as hostess. The group will tour the Shrine, post office and possibly the antique shop. Ewing TOPS Ewing TOPS held its regular meeting on Feb. 14 at ? in the senior housing. Loser of the week was Mary Brown. Winners of the TOPS valentine contest were Darlene Van Thun and Dorothy Nelson. Mary Fox was the 6-week TOPS loser, A new contest starts next week, Election of officers will he March 7. The meeting closed with the TOPS pledge. Chapter BS, P.E.O. Chapter BS, P.E.O. met Thursday evening, Feb. 14, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brown with 22 members present. After the business meeting the members were joined by their husbands for a valentine party Puttin' on the Ritz Saturday for more than 140 area high school seniors, their parents and friends, the Culver-Stockton C-S Singers help entertain for VIP Day on campus. The high school students met with the financial aid director. President Robert Brown and other members of the faculty and staff and were given tours of the campus. Rayl. Plans for the May 1 observance of the World Day of Prayer were discussed. The Methodist ladies will be guests that day. Mable Featherlin presented a pro- gram, "Where Have All the Disciples Gone?", taken from the Disciple Magazine, after which the meeting was closed with the CWF benediction. The hostess served refreshments during the fellowship hour following the meeting. Dorothy Roberson will serve as hostess for the March 7 meeting. Town & Country Club Veta Bronson hosted the Feb. 4 meeting of the Town and Country Club in the afternoon with eight members present. Hazel McAfee led in the pledge to the flag. In the absence of other officers, Bertie logan took roll call. A letter from the Mark Twain 191ental Health Association outlining their services to the community was read by Mrs. McAfee. Vernita Halbert shared a selec+tion of NORVAL g MARY MURPHY Wyaconda, Mo. Best Wishes, from The Bill Murphy Family. The Bob M,,orphy Family The Mary Fern Thomson Family + called the meeting to order at 2. Mrs. Don Burke, Mrs. David poems from a publication entitled, "A Twenty memberswerepresent to Steinbeck, Mrs. George Harris, mem-New Day" as the devotional. Ruth p 9 f hear two young ladies speak, bers of the social committee, were Keppner led the program as each Miss Tami Montee of Oregon and co-hostesses. They, along with Mrs+ member contributed interesting arti- Marvin Hinkle. and Mrs. Brown cles on Presidents Washington and m --= ,Or"an=za-=ons ++ +'- IV[issShawnaleeEasterlingfCalifr-conducted the initiation of the Lincln+ Sme quizes on them made  rJ nia, of the advance team with "Up With People," told the members about following BII, Dr. Brown, Dr. Walter members search their memories for D the musical shw' t be presented Reuling'GergeHarris'BruceZenge' histrical facts+ Als sme details f yOU WSflt I ,m Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m. at Dale McCutchan and Charles Golden Valentine's Day were related. The sabelle Alexander Campbell Auditorium. Following the initiation refreshments meeting closed with the club collect the Canton Branch of rretwell+ Marshall, Virginia St. Clair; Mrs. Michael Benning led with the were served and then the group was being repeated, classifieds .; the home of Marjorie Organistl Phyllis Hutchinson; Adah, Pledge to the Flag. divided into four teams to play Trivial Mrs. Bronson served cherry dessert Ellen Mudd, Marjorie Lou Kapfer: Ruth, Erma Dee Derk- Mrs. Colman Winn introduced Mrs. Prusuit. Team captains were George in keeping with the season. were welcomed as sen; Esther, Bobble Toops; Martha, Gary Cochell, who gave the program, Harris,' Marvin Hinkle, Bruce Zenge vice president of Geneva Bevans- Electa, Maribeth a very informative paper on "Health." and David Steinheck with the Stein- ,  conducted the Welker Warder' Sheila Walker; and , Mrs. ,Winn gave the meditation on beck team the winners. ;eir; the absence of Setinei, Ralph St. Clair. 'Love. The next meeting will he Feb-28at2 " DETERS :'- . t the Jan. 10 meeting, the charter The meeting adjourned, with Mrs. p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marvin ENJOY !SholtauueAedas the was draped in memory of Brother Dana King leading the collect. The Zenge.  .,  m,,, ' Honest to ,   ,-,,-, m t+atm Prnest (Frosty) Mitchell, who had next meeting will be Feb. 26 with Mrs. _ -- .;d,u ts. a Spanishaas been a faithful member of the chapter Glenn Miller hostess. Lewistown CWFLillie Hicks was hostess to the 'i " II1 I11 (; d s 99 Te'x fl-e partici- for five years. Ella*Mac Morris, - -- Mrs. +.,, = ._oo_nes ,. r,nang e program secreta_ry, read the O E S history of -citer Home Builders Ex+o-=+-- ,u,h members of the Lewistown Christian u,+uca av -- " "" " TheBetter Home Buildet's'Ex'te='on Church CWF me!ing. The ;vent took c !;+;J It, II'J/IA'PRODUCTS l ; ..... g e an Frosty. Mary Hudnut, Worth Matron, Ld,.+:-.eres.tmg slide gave appropriate remarks aYd read a Club held its February meetinv at the place at the churcn on reo. - .  [I Fl''Jlrl'U/Speclal  Effective t'o3 cAomn TM He also tribute in poetry and the group stood home of Bobble Kruev++r Nnrma Mrs. Dorothy Rolrson, wce-prem- 'ha--^ ,n+cernmg avail- for silent prayer. It was decided to Richmond and Fay Maddox'<+ave-e dent, opened the meeting as she lead  =,, [_ i wSer rgrams purchase a clock for the hall in his devotional. " " in the recitation of the CWF Prayer+ .+,-. ,,,.mlJ['l' Feb. 20 - 26  served by memory. , .. It was decided to send a d,mnti,, tn Roll call of a Bible verse was "N (!,,,,--Ctt=olpt g, hostess, and Lana The Masons ann their fam,hes, the Young Homemaker +FurlT" , announced by Mabel F.eatherhn, Mrs. :ss i / social time together with the widows of the sympathy card wa .... i'.:.^ Roberson Mrs HicKs. Ira Gosney and , n o s se.+ +u v+,c -:' S Whistons and a donati-- t, +o no, Lucille Tnoma . Masons of Williamstown Lodge were ............. at "+ E S entertained with a carry-in supper held Whiston Memorial Funrl ,h ,4.h A thank you n e from Prawe View "" at the hall on Jan. 24. A bountiful meal member selected a name of a ,shut.in, RestHomewfO;Cer:masgfftstothe ill'tkll  00119 an Larry.. Robertson was provided bv the Eastern Star and for this year. residents . It was also worthy Matron and a great many" athered to en o The MEHA will publish a cookbook reported that members past the age of  W " at of W" - g J y the Each member is asked t "n a d 80 were remembered as Dorothy i .Order theflhamstown fellowship, o brL_o _n ol +. I I Fastern or traditional reciDe to the meetin+, in Roberson gave a gtt to Esther Day Heath Iack Cherry S l I- . ,. held Dec. 14 194 Canton CWF March. These will--be given' to Norma" and Ira Gosney gave one to Hazel m Banana Split ...ol(e at Wflliamstown. Tho Christiam Women's Fellowship [ll!mlll - ,.'= -_,:++::'=+':--+-==-.+-+:++,-- Ice Crea ! l:ud e I +, e<ro! 1985 are: of Canton Christian Church held a " ke ', uorts Welker-generalmeetin at thechurchon | , (WTlkTfVlld.T''lllli.i Bars I g I ulet+o r, Charles K ' g , ,o apfer; February 13 at 7:30 p.m. Georgia | l]lll]/. + , pA I Ice Cream I + pA c,, me +Morris; Treasur- Hood, president, presided. :u..=m:_UCtress,.Dorthe. Following a business meeting, Mrs+ (;I -)c+ I,,, o,=$I.991 !;I 69 "+''ate Conauctress, Nancy Waters presented a program, Sole good .j  . l:eb. |8 . 23 ! 41( l*"r''  /$,'79 1 O" I SPECIAL - " " h , Choose a Sax+!i+l l i 8, Big Beg -- - [ AM-Weather 25 t ' 2 e$, .usage [Fudge 00sanawlc 00IFmm I i +. .plS.OO II cams OFF ] pitt,+, +to.. l Sundae ,,,.1111 sis.s , Western Dress ,WoolSporlcoot.. _.- + !;I 59 /!;I ;]Z 7 + I Woo00Sk,cks& 112 ! +,,....--.......-- 2OO00oFF lco.00,o. .,, : SAVES l S m;. $,o.,s 't "" qlIP l | llemoining Long +eve ,Homes Bo$i , +e,ell 0 AVE 25' Sh,rts Sweters _ ._ | Underwear and All So, : on the purchase at one : on the purchase of one : ' lllle I + 8, Wmt- --- !+12 I IKJY 1 PP+ AT 'Sd!l+ 5j" Yd'' i +I etc. C00KS' PRICEMESSII 2,0 ell SToREOR Pl(O. I12 ,RlCier l.ools. -o. PE. Oil' Ik'''' ''" "--''--''&--'' ''Y ........+..,largevAuO FF.imuAeyballana split. 120 . 26 1' vAuotUb soft OleO.FeBilUAln + 20 - , 11, ++' NtY BUILDERS SUPPLY - r<m vou s.om+ co.vmac= . DETiS DJUI FRIDAY NffE TiLL 9 P.M.  SOUTH 4TH STIIrr. ON 441 LEWIS St. . CANTON 1 TUXEDOES MASTERCARO ALSO IN PALMYI I.NIIUUL /