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I I + ! i I I I I I , N00EIGH BORHOOD + N EWS Lewistown merle Garnett [ 4 t  ';++ ++ +i John Sharpes visited with friends in Texas Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe returned home Sunday, Feb, 24. after a two week trip to the McAllen and Browns- ville, Tex., area. While there they visited with several friends from Lewis County that are there for the winter. Six couples enjoyed a day's outing on Padre Island. Brent, Brian and Dave Jansen were weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. J W. Van Meter. Bonnie Jansen picked Brad and Dave up on Sunday while Brian stayed for two more days. Christen and Kimberly Van Meter came Sunday for a few day's visit. Mr. and Mrs+ Joyce Dean. Diana and Shanna of Sunrise Beach arrived Friday afternoon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin. Shanna visited Saturday afternoon and over- night in LaGrange with Mr. and Mrs.. Allan Musser and girls+ On Saturday night the Featherlins. Mrs Joyce Dean and Diana attended a dinner at the Christian Church honoring Mr. and Mrs. Noble Day on the occamon of their 63rd wedding anniversary. Bob and Millie Featherlin visited with them after dinner+ The Larry McConnells spent the weekend visiting her father+ E. O. Geisendorfer. in Blessing Hospital, Quincy• He entered the hospital Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bayer and girls were Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips. Monday Betty Jo spent the mornmg and had lunch in Palmyra with Mr+ and Mrs. Jake Bax Rev. Eloise M. Marx and husband. Paul C. Temple. and Grant Shoults went to Sparta, Wis., Feb. 21 to visit her mother. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dance enjoyed the Washington birthday weekend as guests of Dabble Dance in Kansas City. They also visited Greg Dance and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peck and family at Liberty. Mrs. Willa Bee Florea of Edina visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Aura Halbert Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sparrow were Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl BrumbaUgh., Tuesday afternoon Jayme-Corben served as hostess for an afternoon of cards for several ladies. Those playing -pitch were Alice Marie Hinkle, Anna Mae Burford, Martha Brown, Lucilie Overstreet, Mary Kay Myers, Velva Nichols and Mabel Featherlin. Leann Binkley spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumhaugh were Tuesday and Wednesday guests of their son, David in Monmouth. The Carl Brumbaughs and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice called Monday night on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurk. On Saturday night the Warren Slices called on the Charlie Sparrows. J. R. Derksen of Palmyra called Sunday on Erma Dee Derksen. Callers in the Russell Stice home this weekend were: on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gordon, Cleo Stlce and Mr. and Mrs. David Brumbaugh: on Monday, Cleo Stice and Doris Brum- bough. Roberta is improving following surgery. Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Sharpe and Mildred Conger attended a Home Missions Rally Monday afternoon and evening. Sheri Walker, attending Central Bible College in Springfield. will be a speaker on missions Sunday at the Community Church. Sheri is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, Paul Simon Harriett Woods to f speak at Mo. Democrat Days Two top speakers. U.S. Sen. Paul Simon, D-Ill.. and Missouri Lt. Gov. Harriett Woods, will be featured at the 14th annual Missouri Democrat Days scheduled March 8-9 at the Hannibal Holiday Inn. Simon wilt speak at the Saturday night banquet and Woods will be the on the rostrum for the Saturday morning brunch The Hannibal event is recognized as one of the largest grassroots gather- ings of Democrats in the state: Attendance is numbered in the thousands. Simon, w'ho defeated veteran Sen. Charles Percy. R-Ill.. in last Novem- ber's general election, is the son of a Lutheran minister. Now 56 years old, Simon was born just after his parents returned from an assignment as missionaries to China. Simon's political career includes eight years in the Illinois House from 1954-1962: six years in the Illinois Senate from 1962-1968: four years as Illinois lieutenant governor from 1968-1972: and 10 years in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1974- 1984. Woods is the first woman to be Lewistown artist invited to show Martha Brown and Anna Mae works in Paris Burford enjoyed a Wednesday through Friday visit in the Atlanta home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Krawl and girls. Mr. and Mrs John Burford were Sunday night callers on Martha Brown. Hillary Wiley and Justin Van Meter were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Eldon Van Meter. Johnny Van Meter and Justin were Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Tuley, Joe. Wayne. Karen and Tina hosted a dinner Sunday to celebrate three anniversaries and two birthdays occurring in February. A decorated cake was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wheeler of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. Erneit Tuley-'and Mr. and Mrs. Ehno Tuley. Mrs. Lucille Meyer of Ewing and Elmo Tuley had birthdays• Miss Julie Daum was also a visitor. 'Living Better' seminar to The Societe D'Organisation Et De Consels Des Arts Plastiques (SOCAP) of Geneva. Switzerland. has invited Virginia Terpening, Lewistown artist, to exhibit 15 works, five paintings and 10 works on paper in ink, pencil, colored pencil, watercolor or other media in the Salon Des Nations to be held at the Centre International D'Art Contemperiam, 27 Rue Taine, Paris, France. in April. SOCAP, company for organization and consulting activities in the plastic arts, is concerned with the promotion of works of today's independent artists? expressed in the form of paintings, drawings, sculpture, photo- graphs and tapestries. The Salon Des Nations is a meeting point for artists, +_art..enthusiasts. and c all_ nations. +++,, be in four sessions Co. Farm Bureau " plans drive for The fee for the session is $15 per person and $17 per couple. To register contact Bruce Rose at the Hannibal Vocational School, Hannibal, 63401, phone 314-221-4430. membership The weather cleared and Farm Bureau was able to have its regular board meeting Monday, February 18, in Monticello. A membership drive is being planned for March 5 during Missouri Farm Bureau Membership Week. Those who would like to be called upon. by a Farm Bureau member to learn what FB can and has done should notify the office in Monticello. The Women's committee reported that a new state food and safety specialist north of the river has bean named. She is Mrs. Jack (Amanda) Smith. The annual banquet is to be at Highland High School Saturday, March 16, with serving to begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available from board members or the office dt $5.00 each. Keith Allen, Missouri Farm Bureau Director of Commodity Activities will be the speaker. Entertainment and door prizes ,'ill also be highlights of the evening. Brian Munzlinger and Stanley Boltz are new Safemark vendors. Vendors distribute roller chains, fillers, lubri- cants, baler twine, tillage tools and transdralic fluid. The next board meeting scheduled for Monday. March 18, in Monticello. Elizabeth Shults to head Ewing Bike-A-Thon - Mrs. Elizabeth Shults has been appointed chairman for this year's St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Bike-A-Thon to be held in Ewing on April 27 at Highland High School at 1 p.m. Rain date will be April 28. Volunteers, both workers and riders, are needed for a successful Bike-A- Thon to raise funds for the hospital that treats children ,ith cancer and other catastrophic diseases. Events such as the Bike-A-Than help with the enormous expenses it tak to run the hospital and no child is ever turned away because of inability to pay. In a Bike-A-Than, riders enlist sponsors who donate an amount for each mile ridden• Riders who collect $25 will receive a St. Jude T-shirt and those who collect $75 will receive a tote bag. Interested persons can contact Mrs. Bill (Elizabeth) Shults, 314-494-3390. "Living Better and Liking It" is the name of a four-session seminar for families begmning Monday, March 4. 6:30-8:30, at the Hannibal Vocational School. The purpose of the seminar is to help busy families learn to get more done while at the same time learning to enjoy themselves more. sa's Patrice Dollar, family econommt for Missouri Cooperative Extension Service. t? "There's no doubt that when both husband and wife have jobs, life can " get very complicated. But the extra stress generated can make everybody more efficient and able to get more out of life," says Dollar. March 4 -- the first session, "Having the time of your life", will focus on time management. "We want families to have tiriae to do the things they ;. " want," Dollar says. March 11 -- In the second session, "Living with yourself and others," i;+! + families will learn strategies for , getting the whole family to work :' together better to get more dore. i  March 18 -- Session three will help i: families get greater satisfaction from • their income through budgeting. The I title of this session is "Is that all there i March 25 -- The last session, "The i paper chase", will help families get i I  their important papers and receipts + + , + , organized better to avoid frustration at 'l ' i income tax time and other times when it '  + they have tO come up with a certain t,] document + I PORi00RAIT l[llJ +L + Variety ...,,...., IIII IIII ,,,,,Tow,. ,,o. " IIII llll TW° 8xI0' deposit 2.95 IIII Three 5x7 s IIII , balance 12 95 IIII llll F'fteen Wallib+,Th,tulTa,,] llll IIII .9+ +,. u ,:- *" IIII IIII ,..,,,o. background+ I'omc ....... le+,i .... II11 till ,.,.,,,.,oo ,,o..o,.,. " ittl !111 March 2rid Illl 11 a.m. 7 p.m.  IIIII I I II . I I elected to a statewide office in Missouri• She was elected to .the Missouri Senate in 1976 and was re-elected in 1980. In 1984. she served as vhairman of the Senate committee on human resources and also served as a member of the committees on ,pconstitutional amendments and reor- ganization, education, public health, welfare, mental health, medicaid, consumer protection and ways and means. She also chaired the urban subcommittee of the Senate select committee on dioxin and hazardous wastes. The new lieutenant governor spon- sored legislation in 1982 strengthening Missouri's drunk driving laws. Her other legislative concerns have center- ed on taxation, the problems of the elderly and education. Lt. Gov. Woods has been an independent film producer. She served for 10 years as public affairs director and a documentary producer for station KPLR-TV in St. Louis. She is a former member of the Missouri Transportation Commission and was a city council member in University Ciqy for eight years. In 1982, she was the Democratic candidate for U.S. Sena- tor. The schedule of events is as follows: registration, starting noon, March 8, early bird party, 3-5 p.m. March 8: banjo band. afternoon March 8: dance. 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. March 8. music by The Roadsiders: hospitality rooms, open evening March 8 and all day March 9: winners circle, 8:30-9:30 a.m. March 9: brunch, 10 a.m., March 9: youth conference, noon March 9 at studios of KHQA-TV: fashion show, 1-2:30 p.m.. March 9: Demo auction, 2:30 p.m., March 9: and banquet, 7 p.m. March 9. All events will be held at the Hannibal Holiday Inn. The first rally was held in 1972 at the Hannibal High School with 690 people attending. Nell Utterback is general chairman for 1985. Utterback said at least 19 hospitality rooms are planned, offering all types of food and beverages for visitors. He said the registration fee this year has been increased from $5 to $10 I)er person. A $25 ticket is available which is- good for the complete program including registration, the dance, brunch and banquet. , I I'I00R BILO¢I00 • Where more hanerieans find a refud We Found Patncm Leser  $1117'00I1& We can't promise everyone this. but in a recent survey of Customers who got refunds. 3 6ut of 4 believe tley got bigger refunds than if they did their own taxes. 3 out of 4! What can we find for you? 430 Lewis St. ++ Conton, Mo. Uo...+a. +., Sot. +.] AIW   opmm.,. + inside Sears Catalog Medmnt Store Maywood Beulah Jones Mr. & Mrs. Durst return from vacation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durst went on vacation from Jan. 21 to Feb. 6. They traveled through Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona and Kansas. They stopped in El Paso, Tex., and visited a niece and husband. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Glascox in Mesa, Ariz.: visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard betz, a.friend of Paul's who was in the + Array wiUa tim++ m Sun City, .Ariz.; on+ to Yuma where Paul was stationed while in the Army• Enroute home they visited Ray. and Mrs. David Johnson and family in Elkhart, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke had dinneat the Frederich Ball Nutrition Center, Quincy, Thursday as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Decker and Mrs. Blanche Connell. Saturday John and Susan Knocke, Linda Denemark and Sheila, Mike and Tina Durst, Ruth Bowman and Denise were luncheon guests of their mother, Irene Durst. while Derl Bowman and Paul Durst attended a sale. Daryn Bowman attended the history fr at Highland. Mrs. Dorothy Bartz returned home Saturday' from Blessing Hospital, Quincy, after undergoing tests and treatment. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durst helped celebrate the 40th wedding anniversary of his sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blentling- er. Mr. and Mrs. Blentlinger, Mr. and Mrs. David Schenk, Curtis and Jeff, Mrs. Linda Denemark and Sheila and Dale Durst were dinner guests. pvt. Thomas Stark is home on leave visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stark and family. Saturday Ruth Bowman, Geneva Bowman and Linda Denemark attend- ed the histoD' fair at Highland. Sheila Denemark and Denise Bowman visited Tina Durst while their mothers were gone. Miss Janice Pindell of Joliet visited her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pindell and family over the weekend. A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Saturday afternoon at the Maywood church by Mrs. Jack Fountain, Mrs. Roger Tiemann, Mrs. Jerry Tallman and Mrs. Rick Meyers for Miss Laurie Hamlin, bride-elect of Tom Stark. There were 23 in attend- ance. Door prizes went to Janet Gries- baum, Charilyn Stalder and Kathryn Lillard. The wedding will be an event of March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain visited his r0other, Mrs. Junior Fountain, Sunday, who is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pindell celebrated their 40ih wedding anni- versary Sunday in their home with a family dinner host bY their children. 'Several relatives attended. Michael Stark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stark, was first place winner at the 28th annual Science Fair held Saturday at Culver-Stockton College. There were 180 entries from 10 northeastern Missouri and western Illinois school districts. His project entry was in the senior zoology division. His name will be placed on the plaque with other winners and will be in his possession for a year. He is a student at Highland. The Rohs Baptist Women hosted an all-church banquet Saturday night at the Mississippi Grill with 54 in attendance. The entertainment were youth puppets. Bro. William and Sheri Baughman of Plainville, Ill., and Bro. Mike McKenzie of Barry attended. Mrs. Zeta Nelson, a resident at LaBelle Manor, fell and broke her hip and is now a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Rev. Jesse Slaver of Hermann as a Friday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke. Monday Mrs. Roy Lee ,lcPike of Emden visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Tallman. Mr. and Mrs. McPike had just returned home from a week's vacation in Hawaii. EM PL 0 YE R S: INCREASE PROFITS BYHIRING THE RIGHT PEOPLE. Starting or expanding a business requires people - people trained to perform skills unique to your operation. If you're an employer looking to put more people to work and save money at the same time, you should be looking to us for help. - . We'reqlour local Private Industry Council and our job is to tell employers about the availability of good workers and financial incentives. Whatever your business, we will design a training program to give your employees the specific training they need to be good, productive workers and you can reaeive FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, WAGE REIMBURSEMENTS, and TAX CREDITS to offset the cost of training. PLUS, we handle the paperwork. For more information on the Job Training Programs available to you, contact the Private Industry Council stall in your area: + 314-735.4860 Burley Bertram, director Mark Twain Regiona Planning Commission Monroe City, Missouri Published , David 130 Canton, I TheConlo n Press [$1 I • I The Te Lew,5,o le '* The Co Second Class Postag+ MISSOURI RATE In Lewis, Kn0 and Clark a year ....... Six months. Elsewhere in other states,a ] Six months Display Column inch Classified Per word Minimum ... Display Col. inch ..... ': Card Gov. March Bureau Missouri has designated Farm Bureau The Farm Bureau voluntary farm 70,000 member "Farm important voice legislative halls Washington, D.C: depend on organization concerning pending legislat arieulture." INCOME MARTHA 1 BLK. OR CArt major belween com And TEV i -IT'S A PERSO00 • Fretwell CANTON, LEWISTOWN, i), I I + ! i I I I I I , N00EIGH BORHOOD + N EWS Lewistown merle Garnett [ 4 t  ';++ ++ +i John Sharpes visited with friends in Texas Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe returned home Sunday, Feb, 24. after a two week trip to the McAllen and Browns- ville, Tex., area. While there they visited with several friends from Lewis County that are there for the winter. Six couples enjoyed a day's outing on Padre Island. Brent, Brian and Dave Jansen were weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. J W. Van Meter. Bonnie Jansen picked Brad and Dave up on Sunday while Brian stayed for two more days. Christen and Kimberly Van Meter came Sunday for a few day's visit. Mr. and Mrs+ Joyce Dean. Diana and Shanna of Sunrise Beach arrived Friday afternoon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin. Shanna visited Saturday afternoon and over- night in LaGrange with Mr. and Mrs.. Allan Musser and girls+ On Saturday night the Featherlins. Mrs Joyce Dean and Diana attended a dinner at the Christian Church honoring Mr. and Mrs. Noble Day on the occamon of their 63rd wedding anniversary. Bob and Millie Featherlin visited with them after dinner+ The Larry McConnells spent the weekend visiting her father+ E. O. Geisendorfer. in Blessing Hospital, Quincy• He entered the hospital Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bayer and girls were Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips. Monday Betty Jo spent the mornmg and had lunch in Palmyra with Mr+ and Mrs. Jake Bax Rev. Eloise M. Marx and husband. Paul C. Temple. and Grant Shoults went to Sparta, Wis., Feb. 21 to visit her mother. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dance enjoyed the Washington birthday weekend as guests of Dabble Dance in Kansas City. They also visited Greg Dance and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peck and family at Liberty. Mrs. Willa Bee Florea of Edina visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Aura Halbert Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sparrow were Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl BrumbaUgh., Tuesday afternoon Jayme-Corben served as hostess for an afternoon of cards for several ladies. Those playing -pitch were Alice Marie Hinkle, Anna Mae Burford, Martha Brown, Lucilie Overstreet, Mary Kay Myers, Velva Nichols and Mabel Featherlin. Leann Binkley spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumhaugh were Tuesday and Wednesday guests of their son, David in Monmouth. The Carl Brumbaughs and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice called Monday night on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurk. On Saturday night the Warren Slices called on the Charlie Sparrows. J. R. Derksen of Palmyra called Sunday on Erma Dee Derksen. Callers in the Russell Stice home this weekend were: on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gordon, Cleo Stlce and Mr. and Mrs. David Brumbaugh: on Monday, Cleo Stice and Doris Brum- bough. Roberta is improving following surgery. Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Sharpe and Mildred Conger attended a Home Missions Rally Monday afternoon and evening. Sheri Walker, attending Central Bible College in Springfield. will be a speaker on missions Sunday at the Community Church. Sheri is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, Paul Simon Harriett Woods to f speak at Mo. Democrat Days Two top speakers. U.S. Sen. Paul Simon, D-Ill.. and Missouri Lt. Gov. Harriett Woods, will be featured at the 14th annual Missouri Democrat Days scheduled March 8-9 at the Hannibal Holiday Inn. Simon wilt speak at the Saturday night banquet and Woods will be the on the rostrum for the Saturday morning brunch The Hannibal event is recognized as one of the largest grassroots gather- ings of Democrats in the state: Attendance is numbered in the thousands. Simon, w'ho defeated veteran Sen. Charles Percy. R-Ill.. in last Novem- ber's general election, is the son of a Lutheran minister. Now 56 years old, Simon was born just after his parents returned from an assignment as missionaries to China. Simon's political career includes eight years in the Illinois House from 1954-1962: six years in the Illinois Senate from 1962-1968: four years as Illinois lieutenant governor from 1968-1972: and 10 years in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1974- 1984. Woods is the first woman to be Lewistown artist invited to show Martha Brown and Anna Mae works in Paris Burford enjoyed a Wednesday through Friday visit in the Atlanta home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Krawl and girls. Mr. and Mrs John Burford were Sunday night callers on Martha Brown. Hillary Wiley and Justin Van Meter were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Eldon Van Meter. Johnny Van Meter and Justin were Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Tuley, Joe. Wayne. Karen and Tina hosted a dinner Sunday to celebrate three anniversaries and two birthdays occurring in February. A decorated cake was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wheeler of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. Erneit Tuley-'and Mr. and Mrs. Ehno Tuley. Mrs. Lucille Meyer of Ewing and Elmo Tuley had birthdays• Miss Julie Daum was also a visitor. 'Living Better' seminar to The Societe D'Organisation Et De Consels Des Arts Plastiques (SOCAP) of Geneva. Switzerland. has invited Virginia Terpening, Lewistown artist, to exhibit 15 works, five paintings and 10 works on paper in ink, pencil, colored pencil, watercolor or other media in the Salon Des Nations to be held at the Centre International D'Art Contemperiam, 27 Rue Taine, Paris, France. in April. SOCAP, company for organization and consulting activities in the plastic arts, is concerned with the promotion of works of today's independent artists? expressed in the form of paintings, drawings, sculpture, photo- graphs and tapestries. The Salon Des Nations is a meeting point for artists, +_art..enthusiasts. and c all_ nations. +++,, be in four sessions Co. Farm Bureau " plans drive for The fee for the session is $15 per person and $17 per couple. To register contact Bruce Rose at the Hannibal Vocational School, Hannibal, 63401, phone 314-221-4430. membership The weather cleared and Farm Bureau was able to have its regular board meeting Monday, February 18, in Monticello. A membership drive is being planned for March 5 during Missouri Farm Bureau Membership Week. Those who would like to be called upon. by a Farm Bureau member to learn what FB can and has done should notify the office in Monticello. The Women's committee reported that a new state food and safety specialist north of the river has bean named. She is Mrs. Jack (Amanda) Smith. The annual banquet is to be at Highland High School Saturday, March 16, with serving to begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available from board members or the office dt $5.00 each. Keith Allen, Missouri Farm Bureau Director of Commodity Activities will be the speaker. Entertainment and door prizes ,'ill also be highlights of the evening. Brian Munzlinger and Stanley Boltz are new Safemark vendors. Vendors distribute roller chains, fillers, lubri- cants, baler twine, tillage tools and transdralic fluid. The next board meeting scheduled for Monday. March 18, in Monticello. Elizabeth Shults to head Ewing Bike-A-Thon - Mrs. Elizabeth Shults has been appointed chairman for this year's St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Bike-A-Thon to be held in Ewing on April 27 at Highland High School at 1 p.m. Rain date will be April 28. Volunteers, both workers and riders, are needed for a successful Bike-A- Thon to raise funds for the hospital that treats children ,ith cancer and other catastrophic diseases. Events such as the Bike-A-Than help with the enormous expenses it tak to run the hospital and no child is ever turned away because of inability to pay. In a Bike-A-Than, riders enlist sponsors who donate an amount for each mile ridden• Riders who collect $25 will receive a St. Jude T-shirt and those who collect $75 will receive a tote bag. Interested persons can contact Mrs. Bill (Elizabeth) Shults, 314-494-3390. "Living Better and Liking It" is the name of a four-session seminar for families begmning Monday, March 4. 6:30-8:30, at the Hannibal Vocational School. The purpose of the seminar is to help busy families learn to get more done while at the same time learning to enjoy themselves more. sa's Patrice Dollar, family econommt for Missouri Cooperative Extension Service. t? "There's no doubt that when both husband and wife have jobs, life can " get very complicated. But the extra stress generated can make everybody more efficient and able to get more out of life," says Dollar. March 4 -- the first session, "Having the time of your life", will focus on time management. "We want families to have tiriae to do the things they ;. " want," Dollar says. March 11 -- In the second session, "Living with yourself and others," i;+! + families will learn strategies for , getting the whole family to work :' together better to get more dore. i  March 18 -- Session three will help i: families get greater satisfaction from • their income through budgeting. The I title of this session is "Is that all there i March 25 -- The last session, "The i paper chase", will help families get i I  their important papers and receipts + + , + , organized better to avoid frustration at 'l ' i income tax time and other times when it '  + they have tO come up with a certain t,] document + I PORi00RAIT l[llJ +L + Variety ...,,...., IIII IIII ,,,,,Tow,. ,,o. " IIII llll TW° 8xI0' deposit 2.95 IIII Three 5x7 s IIII , balance 12 95 IIII llll F'fteen Wallib+,Th,tulTa,,] llll IIII .9+ +,. u ,:- *" IIII IIII ,..,,,o. background+ I'omc ....... le+,i .... II11 till ,.,.,,,.,oo ,,o..o,.,. " ittl !111 March 2rid Illl 11 a.m. 7 p.m.  IIIII I I II . I I elected to a statewide office in Missouri• She was elected to .the Missouri Senate in 1976 and was re-elected in 1980. In 1984. she served as vhairman of the Senate committee on human resources and also served as a member of the committees on ,pconstitutional amendments and reor- ganization, education, public health, welfare, mental health, medicaid, consumer protection and ways and means. She also chaired the urban subcommittee of the Senate select committee on dioxin and hazardous wastes. The new lieutenant governor spon- sored legislation in 1982 strengthening Missouri's drunk driving laws. Her other legislative concerns have center- ed on taxation, the problems of the elderly and education. Lt. Gov. Woods has been an independent film producer. She served for 10 years as public affairs director and a documentary producer for station KPLR-TV in St. Louis. She is a former member of the Missouri Transportation Commission and was a city council member in University Ciqy for eight years. In 1982, she was the Democratic candidate for U.S. Sena- tor. The schedule of events is as follows: registration, starting noon, March 8, early bird party, 3-5 p.m. March 8: banjo band. afternoon March 8: dance. 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. March 8. music by The Roadsiders: hospitality rooms, open evening March 8 and all day March 9: winners circle, 8:30-9:30 a.m. March 9: brunch, 10 a.m., March 9: youth conference, noon March 9 at studios of KHQA-TV: fashion show, 1-2:30 p.m.. March 9: Demo auction, 2:30 p.m., March 9: and banquet, 7 p.m. March 9. All events will be held at the Hannibal Holiday Inn. The first rally was held in 1972 at the Hannibal High School with 690 people attending. Nell Utterback is general chairman for 1985. Utterback said at least 19 hospitality rooms are planned, offering all types of food and beverages for visitors. He said the registration fee this year has been increased from $5 to $10 I)er person. A $25 ticket is available which is- good for the complete program including registration, the dance, brunch and banquet. , I I'I00R BILO¢I00 • Where more hanerieans find a refud We Found Patncm Leser  $1117'00I1& We can't promise everyone this. but in a recent survey of Customers who got refunds. 3 6ut of 4 believe tley got bigger refunds than if they did their own taxes. 3 out of 4! What can we find for you? 430 Lewis St. ++ Conton, Mo. Uo...+a. +., Sot. +.] AIW   opmm.,. + inside Sears Catalog Medmnt Store Maywood Beulah Jones Mr. & Mrs. Durst return from vacation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durst went on vacation from Jan. 21 to Feb. 6. They traveled through Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona and Kansas. They stopped in El Paso, Tex., and visited a niece and husband. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Glascox in Mesa, Ariz.: visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard betz, a.friend of Paul's who was in the + Array wiUa tim++ m Sun City, .Ariz.; on+ to Yuma where Paul was stationed while in the Army• Enroute home they visited Ray. and Mrs. David Johnson and family in Elkhart, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke had dinneat the Frederich Ball Nutrition Center, Quincy, Thursday as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Decker and Mrs. Blanche Connell. Saturday John and Susan Knocke, Linda Denemark and Sheila, Mike and Tina Durst, Ruth Bowman and Denise were luncheon guests of their mother, Irene Durst. while Derl Bowman and Paul Durst attended a sale. Daryn Bowman attended the history fr at Highland. Mrs. Dorothy Bartz returned home Saturday' from Blessing Hospital, Quincy, after undergoing tests and treatment. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durst helped celebrate the 40th wedding anniversary of his sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blentling- er. Mr. and Mrs. Blentlinger, Mr. and Mrs. David Schenk, Curtis and Jeff, Mrs. Linda Denemark and Sheila and Dale Durst were dinner guests. pvt. Thomas Stark is home on leave visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stark and family. Saturday Ruth Bowman, Geneva Bowman and Linda Denemark attend- ed the histoD' fair at Highland. Sheila Denemark and Denise Bowman visited Tina Durst while their mothers were gone. Miss Janice Pindell of Joliet visited her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pindell and family over the weekend. A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Saturday afternoon at the Maywood church by Mrs. Jack Fountain, Mrs. Roger Tiemann, Mrs. Jerry Tallman and Mrs. Rick Meyers for Miss Laurie Hamlin, bride-elect of Tom Stark. There were 23 in attend- ance. Door prizes went to Janet Gries- baum, Charilyn Stalder and Kathryn Lillard. The wedding will be an event of March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain visited his r0other, Mrs. Junior Fountain, Sunday, who is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pindell celebrated their 40ih wedding anni- versary Sunday in their home with a family dinner host bY their children. 'Several relatives attended. Michael Stark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stark, was first place winner at the 28th annual Science Fair held Saturday at Culver-Stockton College. There were 180 entries from 10 northeastern Missouri and western Illinois school districts. His project entry was in the senior zoology division. His name will be placed on the plaque with other winners and will be in his possession for a year. He is a student at Highland. The Rohs Baptist Women hosted an all-church banquet Saturday night at the Mississippi Grill with 54 in attendance. The entertainment were youth puppets. Bro. William and Sheri Baughman of Plainville, Ill., and Bro. Mike McKenzie of Barry attended. 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