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IGEN ERAL N EWS Press-News Journal, Canfon, Mo., Thursday, February 28, News of Clubs & Organizations I I Canton Civic Club The Canton Civic Club met at Wilma Galbraith's home on Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. for their regular monthly meeting. Twelve members and two guests were present. President Mary Ann Hamilton presided at the meeting. All repeated the flag pledge in unison and the club prayer. It was decided to purchase a book for the Canton Public Library in memory of Bud Miller as Mrs. Miller is a member of the club. Jean Sperry, program chairman, gave a talk about herbs. She has a garden of them at her home. She told interesting facts about the various "tea" plants and exhibited some samples from her "herbs" that she grows. Two girls from Up With People, Tami Montee of Oregon and Shawnalee Easterling of California talked about the young people from countries all over the world who are advocating peace and love not only in their own group representing 48 different world countries in language, religion, etc., but are trying to overcome everything to lead to harmony among all nations. Mildred Glover, a past president and charter member, explained some of. the various projects in which the Civic Club had helped Canton with street lights, beautification of the park, the library, and many other worthwhile aids as scholarships for students, etc., through the years. The next meeting will be March 19 in the sun room at the Lewis County Nursing Home. It will be a "fun party". The PBM Club and Woman's Club will be invited to attend the occasion. The Riverview Extension Club met Feb. 15 with Mrs. Charles Golden. The meeting was called to order by President Purvines leading the pledge to the flag. The hostess gave the devotional, "The Adventures of Faith" by Joseph Ford Newton. It was decided to give another high school scholarship in 1985. The sewing Ill I seminar Feb. 19 was announced and several planned to attend. A letter was read from Donna Pickens. RN, offering health care services. The president announced she had delivered 10 lap robes, two bibs and two bags to the Lewis County Nursing Home. The Area Educational Fair at Moberly March 28 was announced. Each county is to furnish a $5 door prize. This club will provide the door prize for Lewis County. The March 15 meeting will be with Mrs. Glenn Miller. Mrs. Purvines Will give the Irish program. Roll call will be an Irish joke. Each member is to wear something green. Those failing to do so will be penalized 25c. Mrs. Henry Lloyd gave an interest- ing program on community outreach - health insurance. The meeting closed with the club collect. The hostess served refresh- merits during the social hour. Westbrook Circle The Westbrook Circle of the First Baptist Church of Canton met in the home of Nina Porter Feb. 19 with nine members present. President Peggy Kroencke presided over the business meeting. A motion was made to send $10 to the Missouri Baptist Children's Home for kitchen supplies for two of their group homes in Gray's Summit. Plans were made for a soup supper and joint meeting with the Mary Ruth Carney Circle to be held at the church March 19. The program for the evening was given by Becky Burke and JeAnne Steinbeck from the Home Mission study book "Light Upon The Latld." They explored the lives of full time missionaries and pastors serving in the west central states. Refreshments were served following the program. Dicey Langston DAR The Dicey Langston Chapter of the NSDAR met Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. Jean Purvines in Canton. A Maurice G. Tonnies . serve t12 _ HAVEN carry-in luncheon was "'B.P.W. U.S.A's Foundation noon. There were eight members'and Shares." STBNE two honored guests present. A Valentine's Day silent auction was RosidenthDI Care Miss Mary Hyatt, winner of the held for the budget project. Dinner Home History Essay contest, was present was served by foundations and public Licensed Professional Care along with her mother and was relations committee: Jessie Day. Dr,, R.N. and LP.N. on presented with a certificate of award Louise Wright. Phyllis Robertson. call 24 hrs. by Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell. Betty Shuman. Edna Ridgely and Jan State Approved Mary chose as her essav subject, Lewis. in a valentine motif. JESSE & gETTY STONE, " " ADM. "contributions of Black Patriots -- Lewistown, Me. -- 497-2372 During the American Revolution" She Lewis Co. 4-H Council "l'l O read her interesting essay which The Lewis Count)' 4-H Council met "! related how Phoebe Fraunces, a black Feb. 18 at the Extension Center in girl. saved Gen. George Washington's Monticello. The meeting was called to life during the Revolutionary War. order by. Judith Howe, president. C:,,, __ The pledges were led by Miss Elaine Old business of 4-H enrollment was  Gorrell, regent. Mrs. Ann Winkelman mentioned. The council discussed a j, Low College, @5 L read the President General's message, county 4-H alumni list and decided to lD burning The National Defense Report. "The drop the idea. It was mentioned that t Value of Teaching" was given by Mrs. the State 4-H Teen Conference is k,) PRICE Pearl Franks. March 16-17, and the State 4-H Leaders C: LaGrange, atom An offering was taken for the Forum is March 29-31. Applications for ,=1, mint restoration of the Statue of Liberty. the Leaders Forum are due March 15. M Mrs. Judy Woodworth presented the The design of the county 4-H flag for Price program, "New York's Lighthouse." the state fair exhibit was discussed. tri-level The March meeting will be held on The council will be offering two o see to the 16th at the home of Mrs. Ann trophies: one for winning design for "'rWC Winkelman all p.m. the flag and one for making the flag. A PRESS-m.-ww 204 s. 7th, -- list of rules concerning the design will bdr home on Canton BPW Club be sent to each club. JOURNAL wtr convey. The Canton BPW Club held its New business included discussions of priced right. monthly dinner meeting at the Legion the Harry Courtney Memorial Fund, Business Card Rate Hall Feb. 14 at 6:30 p.m. Twenty-one the fair book, and the lunch stand. I column x 2 inches 2-story, 3 members and a visitor, Shawnalee County 4-H committees were discuss- (the size of this od) 1016 Bland, Easterling, who is traveling with Up ed. A new rotation of\\;committees is to With People, were present, be set up and committee assignments $30 405 Clark St.,! President Phyllis Alderton called the will be announced at a later date. It for 6 months bldg, 1240 meeting to order by reading a was mentioned that 4-H Scholarship (without changes brick and memorial to Mar)' Allen who died applications are due in the office puid in advance) Live recently. March 20. Judging of National Report OTHER SIZES AVAILABI.E bdrm ruble Miss Easterling showed a video film Forms will be Feb. 27 at 9:30 a.m. at ished at the on Up With People which will be held the community room of the Palmyra there's a boat at Alexander Campbell Auditorium on State Bank. The 1985 4-H Council the C-S campus on Feb. 26. It was an budget was planned and approved. 406 So. interesting program. The meeting adjourned. The next brick, large Martha Taylor introduced Phyllis meeting will be April 15 at 7:30 p.m. 406 No. 3rd, Robertson who gave the Program, alum. siding, Be ready to We service all brands living in this For Sale appliances---Westock 712 Clark. Frigidaire, Maytag, offer. After 39 years as a merchant I am retiring. Kitchen AidandAmana 14x70 parts bdrm, 2 For sale: General Store in Williamstown, Me. Low Service Rates place, Also 6 room modern house. If not sold as a Store Hours: LaGrange. business, watch for auction date. Man. thru Thurs. 670 Acres with  8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. home with Call 314-853-4516,  Evenings 314-853-4390. Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ities. Approx Sat. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Price PH. 314-288-5255 LaGrange. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE MARGEE MARSOT, SEC. PHONE {314) 767.5351 T IIII II JANES REMODELING & REPAIR SERVICE TREE CUTTING TRIMMING FREE ESTIMATES PH. 288-3377 ANYTIME CANTON Herbert Bringer 24-Hour Wrecker Service 314-288-5788 or 288-34O4 NO TII.$$PASSlNG IN AUTO SALVAGE YARD I II II COMPLETE RADIATOR REPAIR Neil's "* Repair Service HAMLIN AUCTION SERVICE LaBelle, Me. oa o= J = I/ 00o,a.=o le--,-,i I A B dy 300So. 6thSt., Rich oow nat'l g, I GALBRArrH II AUTO SALES !! '=?T'" ! ...... I DENTIST I I  SEeVlCE I I _ _ .ur ! S UIo  O move.mved .t Sr.I I "'NT'-'N., ..... R, II Chrys!er - Dodge II ($h'ta & &ntkm{. I South 4th St. - Canton (Behind Ken s AF Super) 8o4 Monroe. I  u , o. I | Plymouth I I copy XERVlCF '. I bdrm on 5 io SPECLAL EMPHASLS ON T RNER I I I NORTHWES CO I I --; - /-;v I . I, o, sou., II . .:.. =.:=__ I 288-5601 toschool. PLUS MANY ( I ORTHODONTIC II John Keller II ' :.2%'22 o I Implement Painting I URES KAHOKA MO 63 SWISSIDENT DENT II = ,-.',-,;-,,,, Ii I Owner, Richard Reimer Jenny | PHONE 288-3139 II COME ON tN AND LETS I | q14.AOT.9lqtl | Amy ! ni """ ,,,, IL. I I II III I BRANDT'SCERAMICS 7fe e  LARY'S CUSTOM Lewis C0. Paula& Mike Boyer   Ted , BULLDOZING  // owners and operators "  Septic Tank Monday-Saturday, 9 tOll:30 a.m.; Tues. & CERAMIC GIFTSUPPLIESsHOP   ,, Lary Bronestlne ' Thurs., 1 to 3:30 p.m. GREENWARE-CLASSES-PAINT Monticello, Mo. iE Service Mn" Tues" & Thurs" ' t FIRING DALLY l . Jh. 767-5442 .U|PMENT 9 p.m. Closed Wed. MARYANGELA JOHNSON. '-[. ! CERTIFIED DUNCAN TEACHERS LaGrange, Me. Appliance carts for use. HIGHWAY 6 Dry cleaning drop off and 306 Washington 816-754-6706 pickup. 110 South Main St., DURHAM, MO. 63438  MON- ST.  . s Canton Phone 655-4.-130 LaGrange, Me. 314-655- MON. ,o mum ,:00 . , ROD LIVESAY or 655-473 4885. , CLASSES EVERYDAY EXC[fI " SAT. 288-3726 (314) 478-3300  ' ill i i i I III I DAVE'S dEFF SltlUMAN JANNEY GARKIE REPAIR RICHARD Lorraine's GR REPAIR SERVICE PAINTING REASO.A. .TES GENERAL "PAIR AND CONSTRUCTION wo. ou...T,,O DODD Hair Palace P/ INSTALLATION OF HEATING, ! Spraying Barns G,ol Contractors COMPLETE ENTRE Construction Co. Men and Women's AIR CONDITIONING, Grain Bins . of Jnnney Buildor WOK ON TRUCKS, Hair Styling REFRIGERATION EQUIPEMENT. YO ELECTRICAL WIRING Metal Roofs . AUTOS, FARM TRACTORS. We specialize in op,m daily, Tuesday DEALER FOR HY-CAPACiTY all types of through Friday. Saturday P PHONE 288-3032 Ph. 288a417 I  TA,S CLUTCHES 'til noon. Evenings by I David W. SMITH 288,253 : concrete work. appoimme. si.e ul of L., co. Canton Ph. 314-655-4295 . 288-3357--Canton I)11. 314-494-3550 GENE  I II [ * QUALITY CONSTRUCTION .  1 FOR OVER 30 YEARS CRAFISE DARLEY REPAIR ov..0 OM ,U-T Quality Pia.o Tuning DEAN'S SERVICE PLAY IT SIVIAi=IT...  MASONRY .aM. , CO,L & TIRE Contractor SERVICE tUg.DINGS. Full-service gasoline pumps Bricks, Blocks & Stone BUSINESS 288-3462 HOURS: Man. - Sat. , KENNETH CRAMSEY 1 Mile West 0f Jct. HOME 0-SS6 BILL HALLER 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. LaGrange- 314-6554548 288-3068 Canton -: , '-',. ,:;- . : : .... ;:  I 81 & Route E -- Sun. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. V,L 0O ANY SA,, Canton, Me. SkeUy Gasoline OR LARGE JOBS. HAVE Farm Equipment our PIERCE Heartland, our b.... ,..r. WARREN I I TRUCK TO HAUL TRASH Specialty - on and off Cooks and new, used and repo/r TAYLOR CA' the Farm Service. Excavating Service we dl Multi-Mile Nor of taro. o. Hwy. 6l ELECTRICAL ROOTER TO Fred Lowry o. Tires REPAIR 2 +s Phone 288-3900 CLEAN SEWERS. Portable Welding DOZING, CKOE.  Interstate Batteries o, w, ,,, CARPETS SERVICE A.O # Us AltX I Cjs  WE DO OIL CHANGES AI IIEASONA AND WATER FlU. , SAND. ,rJU. MECHANICAL JOBS A/C Refrigeration Eddie & Harold Vice tl:::Li_lZ_ o. .0.o .o JANNEY MUFFLER WORK Appliance Electrical .,2..:7 o.....o. ' . T..., .,,. Builders Supply : 288-5572 Plumbing Heating DO[[ I, Appliances % mock Ea Ford Gam OR OI FIIF.E SERVICES TO CHUaCHI i Sales & Service 301 N. 4th St. - Canton & CHAIitTlU. 211-3265  /'-'/"I/')'JL'JJe"/"-"% ! PHONe 2B1-3165 CANTON CANTON, MO. (Next to Canton ) 288-3825 Canton Ill iiiii ,, , l U(/al\\;V/llH, lj , KEYS I[ B & D ELECTRICAL SEWER : , . : OR RERI.O Garkie. .c , ooo"00 , TOM 11ison CALL MAC,|N rem.SRV|CEl : for the home and farm": Electric --- . Satellites " ......... -' /t. Construction WI.ACRV "- --, !.,,.,.- .-=o., s.,,.,,,,, i JOHNSON o.-,.,.,.,,,o,.,,., Custom Bulidazmg- Soles & Service ,, #umbl nel. :. ......... . " State Water Heaters 25"'-5229 Phil Grbe ": TJFUm LEVASTOWN, MO. Pholle 288,.545 : PURINA CHOWS | PLUMBING w,,.,,o., ...,,., 0o, .,# 314-497-2267 or 2324 TOM JOHNSON : : ,,, Conditioning Lynn Oaughtry 6*S-,l 507 Clark St.- Canton, Me.' CANTON TH| KA.OXA. MO. PLUMBING ' ' C-, MO. NO SO TOO S. 5 CONS.VAT,ON : Ph. 31.4/288-5293 : PHONE 288-3545 M  06.727.280 mo. o. ' 288-3562 or 288-3815 2-53' PAYS ' " PHONE III II I II I II I I n, IGEN ERAL N EWS Press-News Journal, Canfon, Mo., Thursday, February 28, News of Clubs & Organizations I I Canton Civic Club The Canton Civic Club met at Wilma Galbraith's home on Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. for their regular monthly meeting. Twelve members and two guests were present. President Mary Ann Hamilton presided at the meeting. All repeated the flag pledge in unison and the club prayer. It was decided to purchase a book for the Canton Public Library in memory of Bud Miller as Mrs. Miller is a member of the club. Jean Sperry, program chairman, gave a talk about herbs. She has a garden of them at her home. She told interesting facts about the various "tea" plants and exhibited some samples from her "herbs" that she grows. Two girls from Up With People, Tami Montee of Oregon and Shawnalee Easterling of California talked about the young people from countries all over the world who are advocating peace and love not only in their own group representing 48 different world countries in language, religion, etc., but are trying to overcome everything to lead to harmony among all nations. Mildred Glover, a past president and charter member, explained some of. the various projects in which the Civic Club had helped Canton with street lights, beautification of the park, the library, and many other worthwhile aids as scholarships for students, etc., through the years. The next meeting will be March 19 in the sun room at the Lewis County Nursing Home. It will be a "fun party". The PBM Club and Woman's Club will be invited to attend the occasion. The Riverview Extension Club met Feb. 15 with Mrs. Charles Golden. The meeting was called to order by President Purvines leading the pledge to the flag. The hostess gave the devotional, "The Adventures of Faith" by Joseph Ford Newton. It was decided to give another high school scholarship in 1985. The sewing Ill I seminar Feb. 19 was announced and several planned to attend. A letter was read from Donna Pickens. RN, offering health care services. The president announced she had delivered 10 lap robes, two bibs and two bags to the Lewis County Nursing Home. The Area Educational Fair at Moberly March 28 was announced. Each county is to furnish a $5 door prize. This club will provide the door prize for Lewis County. The March 15 meeting will be with Mrs. Glenn Miller. Mrs. Purvines Will give the Irish program. Roll call will be an Irish joke. Each member is to wear something green. Those failing to do so will be penalized 25c. Mrs. Henry Lloyd gave an interest- ing program on community outreach - health insurance. The meeting closed with the club collect. The hostess served refresh- merits during the social hour. Westbrook Circle The Westbrook Circle of the First Baptist Church of Canton met in the home of Nina Porter Feb. 19 with nine members present. President Peggy Kroencke presided over the business meeting. A motion was made to send $10 to the Missouri Baptist Children's Home for kitchen supplies for two of their group homes in Gray's Summit. Plans were made for a soup supper and joint meeting with the Mary Ruth Carney Circle to be held at the church March 19. The program for the evening was given by Becky Burke and JeAnne Steinbeck from the Home Mission study book "Light Upon The Latld." They explored the lives of full time missionaries and pastors serving in the west central states. Refreshments were served following the program. Dicey Langston DAR The Dicey Langston Chapter of the NSDAR met Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. Jean Purvines in Canton. A Maurice G. Tonnies . serve t12 _ HAVEN carry-in luncheon was "'B.P.W. U.S.A's Foundation noon. There were eight members'and Shares." STBNE two honored guests present. A Valentine's Day silent auction was RosidenthDI Care Miss Mary Hyatt, winner of the held for the budget project. Dinner Home History Essay contest, was present was served by foundations and public Licensed Professional Care along with her mother and was relations committee: Jessie Day. Dr,, R.N. and LP.N. on presented with a certificate of award Louise Wright. Phyllis Robertson. call 24 hrs. by Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell. Betty Shuman. Edna Ridgely and Jan State Approved Mary chose as her essav subject, Lewis. in a valentine motif. JESSE & gETTY STONE, " " ADM. "contributions of Black Patriots -- Lewistown, Me. -- 497-2372 During the American Revolution" She Lewis Co. 4-H Council "l'l O read her interesting essay which The Lewis Count)' 4-H Council met "! related how Phoebe Fraunces, a black Feb. 18 at the Extension Center in girl. saved Gen. George Washington's Monticello. The meeting was called to life during the Revolutionary War. order by. Judith Howe, president. C:,,, __ The pledges were led by Miss Elaine Old business of 4-H enrollment was  Gorrell, regent. Mrs. Ann Winkelman mentioned. The council discussed a j, Low College, @5 L read the President General's message, county 4-H alumni list and decided to lD burning The National Defense Report. "The drop the idea. It was mentioned that t Value of Teaching" was given by Mrs. the State 4-H Teen Conference is k,) PRICE Pearl Franks. March 16-17, and the State 4-H Leaders C: LaGrange, atom An offering was taken for the Forum is March 29-31. Applications for ,=1, mint restoration of the Statue of Liberty. the Leaders Forum are due March 15. M Mrs. Judy Woodworth presented the The design of the county 4-H flag for Price program, "New York's Lighthouse." the state fair exhibit was discussed. tri-level The March meeting will be held on The council will be offering two o see to the 16th at the home of Mrs. Ann trophies: one for winning design for "'rWC Winkelman all p.m. the flag and one for making the flag. A PRESS-m.-ww 204 s. 7th, -- list of rules concerning the design will bdr home on Canton BPW Club be sent to each club. JOURNAL wtr convey. The Canton BPW Club held its New business included discussions of priced right. monthly dinner meeting at the Legion the Harry Courtney Memorial Fund, Business Card Rate Hall Feb. 14 at 6:30 p.m. Twenty-one the fair book, and the lunch stand. I column x 2 inches 2-story, 3 members and a visitor, Shawnalee County 4-H committees were discuss- (the size of this od) 1016 Bland, Easterling, who is traveling with Up ed. A new rotation of\\;committees is to With People, were present, be set up and committee assignments $30 405 Clark St.,! President Phyllis Alderton called the will be announced at a later date. It for 6 months bldg, 1240 meeting to order by reading a was mentioned that 4-H Scholarship (without changes brick and memorial to Mar)' Allen who died applications are due in the office puid in advance) Live recently. March 20. Judging of National Report OTHER SIZES AVAILABI.E bdrm ruble Miss Easterling showed a video film Forms will be Feb. 27 at 9:30 a.m. at ished at the on Up With People which will be held the community room of the Palmyra there's a boat at Alexander Campbell Auditorium on State Bank. The 1985 4-H Council the C-S campus on Feb. 26. It was an budget was planned and approved. 406 So. interesting program. The meeting adjourned. The next brick, large Martha Taylor introduced Phyllis meeting will be April 15 at 7:30 p.m. 406 No. 3rd, Robertson who gave the Program, alum. siding, Be ready to We service all brands living in this For Sale appliances---Westock 712 Clark. Frigidaire, Maytag, offer. After 39 years as a merchant I am retiring. Kitchen AidandAmana 14x70 parts bdrm, 2 For sale: General Store in Williamstown, Me. Low Service Rates place, Also 6 room modern house. If not sold as a Store Hours: LaGrange. business, watch for auction date. Man. thru Thurs. 670 Acres with  8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. home with Call 314-853-4516,  Evenings 314-853-4390. Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ities. Approx Sat. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Price PH. 314-288-5255 LaGrange. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE MARGEE MARSOT, SEC. PHONE {314) 767.5351 T IIII II JANES REMODELING & REPAIR SERVICE TREE CUTTING TRIMMING FREE ESTIMATES PH. 288-3377 ANYTIME CANTON Herbert Bringer 24-Hour Wrecker Service 314-288-5788 or 288-34O4 NO TII.$$PASSlNG IN AUTO SALVAGE YARD I II II COMPLETE RADIATOR REPAIR Neil's "* Repair Service HAMLIN AUCTION SERVICE LaBelle, Me. oa o= J = I/ 00o,a.=o le--,-,i I A B dy 300So. 6thSt., Rich oow nat'l g, I GALBRArrH II AUTO SALES !! '=?T'" ! ...... I DENTIST I I  SEeVlCE I I _ _ .ur ! S UIo  O move.mved .t Sr.I I "'NT'-'N., ..... R, II Chrys!er - Dodge II ($h'ta & &ntkm{. I South 4th St. - Canton (Behind Ken s AF Super) 8o4 Monroe. I  u , o. I | Plymouth I I copy XERVlCF '. I bdrm on 5 io SPECLAL EMPHASLS ON T RNER I I I NORTHWES CO I I --; - /-;v I . I, o, sou., II . .:.. =.:=__ I 288-5601 toschool. PLUS MANY ( I ORTHODONTIC II John Keller II ' :.2%'22 o I Implement Painting I URES KAHOKA MO 63 SWISSIDENT DENT II = ,-.',-,;-,,,, Ii I Owner, Richard Reimer Jenny | PHONE 288-3139 II COME ON tN AND LETS I | q14.AOT.9lqtl | Amy ! ni """ ,,,, IL. I I II III I BRANDT'SCERAMICS 7fe e  LARY'S CUSTOM Lewis C0. Paula& Mike Boyer   Ted , BULLDOZING  // owners and operators "  Septic Tank Monday-Saturday, 9 tOll:30 a.m.; Tues. & CERAMIC GIFTSUPPLIESsHOP   ,, Lary Bronestlne ' Thurs., 1 to 3:30 p.m. GREENWARE-CLASSES-PAINT Monticello, Mo. iE Service Mn" Tues" & Thurs" ' t FIRING DALLY l . Jh. 767-5442 .U|PMENT 9 p.m. Closed Wed. MARYANGELA JOHNSON. '-[. ! CERTIFIED DUNCAN TEACHERS LaGrange, Me. Appliance carts for use. HIGHWAY 6 Dry cleaning drop off and 306 Washington 816-754-6706 pickup. 110 South Main St., DURHAM, MO. 63438  MON- ST.  . s Canton Phone 655-4.-130 LaGrange, Me. 314-655- MON. ,o mum ,:00 . , ROD LIVESAY or 655-473 4885. , CLASSES EVERYDAY EXC[fI " SAT. 288-3726 (314) 478-3300  ' ill i i i I III I DAVE'S dEFF SltlUMAN JANNEY GARKIE REPAIR RICHARD Lorraine's GR REPAIR SERVICE PAINTING REASO.A. .TES GENERAL "PAIR AND CONSTRUCTION wo. ou...T,,O DODD Hair Palace P/ INSTALLATION OF HEATING, ! Spraying Barns G,ol Contractors COMPLETE ENTRE Construction Co. Men and Women's AIR CONDITIONING, Grain Bins . of Jnnney Buildor WOK ON TRUCKS, Hair Styling REFRIGERATION EQUIPEMENT. YO ELECTRICAL WIRING Metal Roofs . AUTOS, FARM TRACTORS. We specialize in op,m daily, Tuesday DEALER FOR HY-CAPACiTY all types of through Friday. Saturday P PHONE 288-3032 Ph. 288a417 I  TA,S CLUTCHES 'til noon. Evenings by I David W. SMITH 288,253 : concrete work. appoimme. si.e ul of L., co. Canton Ph. 314-655-4295 . 288-3357--Canton I)11. 314-494-3550 GENE  I II [ * QUALITY CONSTRUCTION .  1 FOR OVER 30 YEARS CRAFISE DARLEY REPAIR ov..0 OM ,U-T Quality Pia.o Tuning DEAN'S SERVICE PLAY IT SIVIAi=IT...  MASONRY .aM. , CO,L & TIRE Contractor SERVICE tUg.DINGS. Full-service gasoline pumps Bricks, Blocks & Stone BUSINESS 288-3462 HOURS: Man. - Sat. , KENNETH CRAMSEY 1 Mile West 0f Jct. HOME 0-SS6 BILL HALLER 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. LaGrange- 314-6554548 288-3068 Canton -: , '-',. ,:;- . : : .... ;:  I 81 & Route E -- Sun. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. V,L 0O ANY SA,, Canton, Me. SkeUy Gasoline OR LARGE JOBS. HAVE Farm Equipment our PIERCE Heartland, our b.... ,..r. WARREN I I TRUCK TO HAUL TRASH Specialty - on and off Cooks and new, used and repo/r TAYLOR CA' the Farm Service. Excavating Service we dl Multi-Mile Nor of taro. o. Hwy. 6l ELECTRICAL ROOTER TO Fred Lowry o. Tires REPAIR 2 +s Phone 288-3900 CLEAN SEWERS. Portable Welding DOZING, CKOE.  Interstate Batteries o, w, ,,, CARPETS SERVICE A.O # Us AltX I Cjs  WE DO OIL CHANGES AI IIEASONA AND WATER FlU. , SAND. ,rJU. MECHANICAL JOBS A/C Refrigeration Eddie & Harold Vice tl:::Li_lZ_ o. .0.o .o JANNEY MUFFLER WORK Appliance Electrical .,2..:7 o.....o. ' . T..., .,,. Builders Supply : 288-5572 Plumbing Heating DO[[ I, Appliances % mock Ea Ford Gam OR OI FIIF.E SERVICES TO CHUaCHI i Sales & Service 301 N. 4th St. - Canton & CHAIitTlU. 211-3265  /'-'/"I/')'JL'JJe"/"-"% ! PHONe 2B1-3165 CANTON CANTON, MO. (Next to Canton ) 288-3825 Canton Ill iiiii ,, , l U(/al\\;V/llH, lj , KEYS I[ B & D ELECTRICAL SEWER : , . : OR RERI.O Garkie. .c , ooo"00 , TOM 11ison CALL MAC,|N rem.SRV|CEl : for the home and farm": Electric --- . Satellites " ......... -' /t. Construction WI.ACRV "- --, !.,,.,.- .-=o., s.,,.,,,,, i JOHNSON o.-,.,.,.,,,o,.,,., Custom Bulidazmg- Soles & Service ,, #umbl nel. :. ......... . " State Water Heaters 25"'-5229 Phil Grbe ": TJFUm LEVASTOWN, MO. Pholle 288,.545 : PURINA CHOWS | PLUMBING w,,.,,o., ...,,., 0o, .,# 314-497-2267 or 2324 TOM JOHNSON : : ,,, Conditioning Lynn Oaughtry 6*S-,l 507 Clark St.- Canton, Me.' CANTON TH| KA.OXA. MO. PLUMBING ' ' C-, MO. NO SO TOO S. 5 CONS.VAT,ON : Ph. 31.4/288-5293 : PHONE 288-3545 M  06.727.280 mo. o. ' 288-3562 or 288-3815 2-53' PAYS ' " PHONE III II I II I II I I n,