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and merchandise given fair winners exhibits at Economics the Lewis County not only receive a ribbon of the fair, Will also have a vie for cash prizes which are by commercial was announc- of the Lewis League, who are the open Lomics, Photo- Art and which is to uesday through 18-22. a total of six companies have Lewis County Fair in their Fair The awards to any person an exhibit in a Specified by the The com- donated prizes & Foster Com- O., will Mist quilt first place blue net in each quilt "Best of Show" quilt division a cash prize a hand quilted, aw Ribbon," by Fester Co. spools of colors has by the Coats & Pany of Stanford, tst one spool of of sewing will can produce a Coats & Clark time of show 'stimulate interest the Kerr Corp. of is award- good for of Kerrhome jars and canning Ring exhibits in Kerr jars caps and best exhibits each of the fruits, ;'.Pickles and rel- Inns and jellies prize: aay be won only [Rdin, Inc., of 1., has an open County Fair and is of $42 in Certificates and guides and of excellence division of the category. The specifies that given to those 'snap' ned product. categories getables. jams ', and pickles and Glory-Taylor Bedding Manu- facturing Co. of Taylor, Tex. The quilt will be given away free of charge to a person who entered an exhibit in the open Home Economics, Floricul- ture, Art, or Photography Show. If the winner can produce a label from a product made by Morning Glory Co., they will receive a cash prize of $5. The winner will also receive an additional $5 if they can produce a ticket that shows that they have donated to the special Home Economics Building fund, which will be held during the fair. The Lewis County Fair League is encouraging every- one to enter the Home Economics Show. Miscellan- eous classes have been ar- ranged for each category for those who have items that are not classed in the Fair Book. This gives a chance for exhibitors to enter an unlisted item and still compete for prizes. Each person who enters an exhibit this year will be awarded an exhibitor's ribbon with gold engraving. Fair entry date for exhibits is on Monday, July 17, starting at 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. except the baked foods and they will be accepted on Tuesday, July 18, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The check-out time for exhibits is on Saturday, July 22, from 3 to 8 p.m. Judging of all exhibits will be held on Tuesday, July 18. All O Merchandise donated by commercial firms Mrs. Esther Breeden of Williamstown, superintendent of the open Home Economics Show at the Lewis County Fair is surrounded by some of the merchandise tha , was donated by six commercial companies for the benefit of the Home Economics Show. An estimated $600 in mer- chandise and $70 in cash prizes have been received and is to be given away to winners in the Home Economics Show in various categories as specified by the company. Stacked on the table are 480 spools of the 1,440 spools of thread, donated by the Coats and Clark Company. Mrs. BreedeR holds one of the sewmg books that was donat- ed by the Singer Company to be awarded to a winner in the sewing division. Missouri business to given to each judges will be from out of the an exhibit in county, ial Pen indoorshows.thatjuniorWins aandrOsettethe --'--'ml 7i receive offic tribute h  A week of special recogni- tion for Missouri business and industry has been set by CANTON. MO THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1978 Governor Joseph P. Teasdale for April 9-15. The official tribute by the state, in appreciation for the employment opportunities and capital investments provided by Missouri's business com- munity, has been dubbed "Commerce and Industry Week". The proclamation also stresses that the State of Missouri stands ready to assist its business and indus- try in any possible way to help insure their continued growth and prosperity. .In,. addition to the state tribute, Missouri's business and industry are picking up praise from individual Mis- souri communities that have followed the governor's lead. Steven R. Hurst, director of the State Division of Com- merce and Industrial Develop- ment, said 17 communities have already prOclaimed their own Commerce and Industry Weeks to honor their local enterprises. Boonville Mayor Charles R. Persinger said relations be- tween his city and its local industries were very good and that the proclamation was made "to make the public aware of the benefits business brings." He added, "We want to cooperate with business, to keep our own business and get more. We have high hopes for the future." Mayor Alvin E. Strode of Fenton echoed this aim, saying that the roclamation was consistent wth Fenton's hope for further industrial development. Commerce and Industry Week will be topped off with the 20th Annual Industrial Development Conference, held April 13-14 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Lake of the Ozarks, Mayor Allen L. Hawkins, another economic develop- ment advocate, said Sedalia's local development efforts coupled with state assistance brought $42 million to his city last year. "We are looking forward to the upcoming Conference and to future development teamwork," he said. "The extra effort by Mis- souri communities shows the high regard our citizens have for the many contributions business and industry make to our state," said Hurst. "Local initiative such as this is a key reason for the traditional prosperity Missouri's business establishments enjoy, and provides a valuable selling tool in our efforts to attract ompany of 8 to books. The with and retails for be given to in both senior sewing Gregory -- (Continued from Page 1) by the Federal Government, and $71,000 by the local interests. In addition, local interests would have been required to operate and maintain the project at an estimated annual cost of $2,6O0. As a precondition of initia- tion of construction, local interests were asked to reaf- firm thei intent to particle financially in the project. By letter dated Feb. 20, 1963, the drainage district stated that it was unable to +satisfy the requirements for local co- operation because of lack of local support and financial problems. Col. Daniel L. Lyean, Rock Island District Engineer, says that because of the inability of local interests to satisfy cooperation requirements, the approval for construction will be withdrawn and the project will be removed from the list of projects available for construction. designa ted has been the Morning Sign broken -- Toolbox taken A can was thrown through a sign at Rogers and Son Service Station located at 4th and Grant Streets in Canton. The vandalism occured be- tween 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, March 30. Police officials City garage recovered A tool box and tools valued at over $300 was taken from the Canton City garage over the weekend and were later recovered. The tool box was discovered missing early Monday morn- ing by city employee Dale Jacobs and reported to of- ficials. Later in the day, a local indicate they are investigating fr and have a suspect in the j am vandalism. In the background is a quilt donated by the Morning Glory-Taylor Bedding Mfg. Co. Each exhibitor in the open show who registers will have an opportunity to win the quilt. The Kerr Glass Mfg. Corp. and the BerNAR- din Co. are donating prizes in the canning division. The Stearns and Foster Company is giving a prize in the quilt division. Can & Will Booster Club meets April 10 The Can and Will Booster Club will meet April 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the new gym. Members are urged to attend. ,;,:.:.:.::.:.:-:-:.:.:.... ........................ ii!i :i:i ;q. o. iiii "Z ii!i iiii :!:i i!!i q.: +. o. Volkmer visits Lewis Co caps sponsoring program Tues. on on Easter vacation tour drug abuse The Canton Association of In the first in a series of meetings with area people last Thursday and Friday, U.S. Ninth District Congressman Harold Volkmer stopped brief- ly in Canton to visit with constituents at the Canton Post Office, make a tour of the new Golden Eagle Dinner Theatre. and then met with other people at the Lewis County Court House in Monti- cello. The visits to Lewis County were a part of a two-day trip across the district to talk with voters during Congress" East- er vacation. Last Thursday Volkmer was pleased of the news that had arrived just the day before on the new Department of Agri- culture set aside program that will compensate the farmers who set aside land and not use it for crop production. Volkmer visited with sever- al local residents in Canton talking about everything from the postal reform bill to legislation dealing with chiro- practic practices. Earlier Thursday, Volkmer toured the Golden Eagle riverboat-dinner theatre and stated he was impressed with the structure and especially the grand salon of the show boat and would return for the opening. The two-day tour covered Marion. Lewis, Clark, Scot- land. Schuyler and Putnam counties. Parental Support is sponsor- ing a program on Tuesday, Apri ! 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Canton R-V School multipur- pose room. The program entitled "Drug Trends and Abuse" will be presented by Cpl. Ed Moses of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, cur- rently assigned to the Public Information Section. He has worked as an undercover agent. His presentations are highly recommended. He will be presenting two assemblies to the Canton R-V students during the afternoon. Baby sitting services will be available, and all parents are urged to attend. The Sixth Grade Ensemble will be performing prior to Cpl. Moses's presentation. Talk with Congressman Congressman llarold Volkmer of the ninth district was in Canton Thursday, March 30 at the post office to talk with area residents. From left to right are Congressman Volkmer, Clyde Richards, Dr. L. A. Schryver and Glenn Miller. Time Get In Shal !:i: oo +! Jogging Jogging Suits, +Shorts0000i!! COMPLETE  ALL WITH ST"IPES OUTFITS -- 00tso - ,ov's $2.29 s17 TENNIS SHOES of all styles and colors s2.39. $2.50 00m's s2.49 MEN'S .. . SHORT SLEEVE + Monday at school additional business and indus- ." try to our state." iii! R-V Board of [ SHIRTS Education meets SetEcr GROUe $@99 Monday at schot tots k /drl 1 The Canton R-V Board of BLOUSES A'n::,t Education will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, :.:. M S i April 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school. This will be the  Price And Colors yearly organizational meeting at which the two directors newly-elected in the April 4 MEN'S SPRING elections will be officially sworn in. This and all regular meet- PlUS MANY OTHER POPLIN JACKETS ings of the R-V Board of FASHIONS MARKED TO  Education are open to the ASST. public. SAVE YOU MONEY. COLORS E CARD OF THANKS ii!i We wish to thank our ilii friends and neighbors for the :':" kindness and sympathy shown !ii! us at the loss of our beloved ii!i father and grandfather. Rich- iili ard Bross. Your kindness will LADLES DENIM SHORTS Hat & Coat Rack VALUED AT S279s s52.95 SAVE +" hidden under some straw on bless you and be kind to vou.land owner found the tools never be forgotten. May God !ii! With [i II'+ " ::::i:: \\;.' MANY STYLES , or  " his farm located about four Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 13ross AM. FM, 8 TRACK without turntable miles south of Canton. He andFam:'v !iii ............ "'  \\; $  f 'lld llll 4 PP NY STEREO ' I i 'I+ + I'= II'= + !+: +.. - =  contacted city officials andtoolsreturnedThe thecantontool PolicebX andare Mr andMrs Drthy Tayl';r i+i:: Mrs and Michael John Slater +i!i + " //) DII U  1 UIIII 11 I[" I" ' N + STO*IA . +  [  still investigating the theft, and Family : m +  : / i)ii  10 SPEED LOW BOY N T sLZE X/ I,il li'' i+++ 00,]ike00 COOLERS" I " " " N. $t. 2 Bodmom. living room, ))i+ +  \\; +P A D NOXZEMA REG. 2.99 14 OZ. SIt. iii! h ", lXI, [.n#ry. Hot Woler--. Horse Trailers- l:,ot B4d T:oilers ++++ " SKIN CREAm...+I") d conditmn. Priced right# Stock Trailers - Gram Traders .l Foranysizeorkindoftraileryouiii! ..... "--'" lji)i :i:! . .:::.: would need contact iii i i  i!i I I'is Street Canton. Mo. 63435 or CraKj A. Hinton 314-288-3061 ===================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================== }+ I and merchandise given fair winners exhibits at Economics the Lewis County not only receive a ribbon of the fair, Will also have a vie for cash prizes which are by commercial was announc- of the Lewis League, who are the open Lomics, Photo- Art and which is to uesday through 18-22. a total of six companies have Lewis County Fair in their Fair The awards to any person an exhibit in a Specified by the The com- donated prizes & Foster Com- O., will Mist quilt first place blue net in each quilt "Best of Show" quilt division a cash prize a hand quilted, aw Ribbon," by Fester Co. spools of colors has by the Coats & Pany of Stanford, tst one spool of of sewing will can produce a Coats & Clark time of show 'stimulate interest the Kerr Corp. of is award- good for of Kerrhome jars and canning Ring exhibits in Kerr jars caps and best exhibits each of the fruits, ;'.Pickles and rel- Inns and jellies prize: aay be won only [Rdin, Inc., of 1., has an open County Fair and is of $42 in Certificates and guides and of excellence division of the category. The specifies that given to those 'snap' ned product. categories getables. jams ', and pickles and Glory-Taylor Bedding Manu- facturing Co. of Taylor, Tex. The quilt will be given away free of charge to a person who entered an exhibit in the open Home Economics, Floricul- ture, Art, or Photography Show. If the winner can produce a label from a product made by Morning Glory Co., they will receive a cash prize of $5. The winner will also receive an additional $5 if they can produce a ticket that shows that they have donated to the special Home Economics Building fund, which will be held during the fair. The Lewis County Fair League is encouraging every- one to enter the Home Economics Show. Miscellan- eous classes have been ar- ranged for each category for those who have items that are not classed in the Fair Book. This gives a chance for exhibitors to enter an unlisted item and still compete for prizes. Each person who enters an exhibit this year will be awarded an exhibitor's ribbon with gold engraving. Fair entry date for exhibits is on Monday, July 17, starting at 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. except the baked foods and they will be accepted on Tuesday, July 18, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The check-out time for exhibits is on Saturday, July 22, from 3 to 8 p.m. Judging of all exhibits will be held on Tuesday, July 18. All O Merchandise donated by commercial firms Mrs. Esther Breeden of Williamstown, superintendent of the open Home Economics Show at the Lewis County Fair is surrounded by some of the merchandise tha , was donated by six commercial companies for the benefit of the Home Economics Show. An estimated $600 in mer- chandise and $70 in cash prizes have been received and is to be given away to winners in the Home Economics Show in various categories as specified by the company. Stacked on the table are 480 spools of the 1,440 spools of thread, donated by the Coats and Clark Company. Mrs. BreedeR holds one of the sewmg books that was donat- ed by the Singer Company to be awarded to a winner in the sewing division. Missouri business to given to each judges will be from out of the an exhibit in county, ial Pen indoorshows.thatjuniorWins aandrOsettethe --'--'ml 7i receive offic tribute h  A week of special recogni- tion for Missouri business and industry has been set by CANTON. MO THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1978 Governor Joseph P. Teasdale for April 9-15. The official tribute by the state, in appreciation for the employment opportunities and capital investments provided by Missouri's business com- munity, has been dubbed "Commerce and Industry Week". The proclamation also stresses that the State of Missouri stands ready to assist its business and indus- try in any possible way to help insure their continued growth and prosperity. .In,. addition to the state tribute, Missouri's business and industry are picking up praise from individual Mis- souri communities that have followed the governor's lead. Steven R. Hurst, director of the State Division of Com- merce and Industrial Develop- ment, said 17 communities have already prOclaimed their own Commerce and Industry Weeks to honor their local enterprises. Boonville Mayor Charles R. Persinger said relations be- tween his city and its local industries were very good and that the proclamation was made "to make the public aware of the benefits business brings." He added, "We want to cooperate with business, to keep our own business and get more. We have high hopes for the future." Mayor Alvin E. Strode of Fenton echoed this aim, saying that the roclamation was consistent wth Fenton's hope for further industrial development. Commerce and Industry Week will be topped off with the 20th Annual Industrial Development Conference, held April 13-14 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Lake of the Ozarks, Mayor Allen L. Hawkins, another economic develop- ment advocate, said Sedalia's local development efforts coupled with state assistance brought $42 million to his city last year. "We are looking forward to the upcoming Conference and to future development teamwork," he said. "The extra effort by Mis- souri communities shows the high regard our citizens have for the many contributions business and industry make to our state," said Hurst. "Local initiative such as this is a key reason for the traditional prosperity Missouri's business establishments enjoy, and provides a valuable selling tool in our efforts to attract ompany of 8 to books. The with and retails for be given to in both senior sewing Gregory -- (Continued from Page 1) by the Federal Government, and $71,000 by the local interests. In addition, local interests would have been required to operate and maintain the project at an estimated annual cost of $2,6O0. As a precondition of initia- tion of construction, local interests were asked to reaf- firm thei intent to particle financially in the project. By letter dated Feb. 20, 1963, the drainage district stated that it was unable to +satisfy the requirements for local co- operation because of lack of local support and financial problems. Col. Daniel L. Lyean, Rock Island District Engineer, says that because of the inability of local interests to satisfy cooperation requirements, the approval for construction will be withdrawn and the project will be removed from the list of projects available for construction. designa ted has been the Morning Sign broken -- Toolbox taken A can was thrown through a sign at Rogers and Son Service Station located at 4th and Grant Streets in Canton. The vandalism occured be- tween 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, March 30. Police officials City garage recovered A tool box and tools valued at over $300 was taken from the Canton City garage over the weekend and were later recovered. The tool box was discovered missing early Monday morn- ing by city employee Dale Jacobs and reported to of- ficials. Later in the day, a local indicate they are investigating fr and have a suspect in the j am vandalism. In the background is a quilt donated by the Morning Glory-Taylor Bedding Mfg. Co. Each exhibitor in the open show who registers will have an opportunity to win the quilt. The Kerr Glass Mfg. Corp. and the BerNAR- din Co. are donating prizes in the canning division. The Stearns and Foster Company is giving a prize in the quilt division. Can & Will Booster Club meets April 10 The Can and Will Booster Club will meet April 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the new gym. Members are urged to attend. ,;,:.:.:.::.:.:-:-:.:.:.... ........................ ii!i :i:i ;q. o. iiii "Z ii!i iiii :!:i i!!i q.: +. o. Volkmer visits Lewis Co caps sponsoring program Tues. on on Easter vacation tour drug abuse The Canton Association of In the first in a series of meetings with area people last Thursday and Friday, U.S. Ninth District Congressman Harold Volkmer stopped brief- ly in Canton to visit with constituents at the Canton Post Office, make a tour of the new Golden Eagle Dinner Theatre. and then met with other people at the Lewis County Court House in Monti- cello. The visits to Lewis County were a part of a two-day trip across the district to talk with voters during Congress" East- er vacation. Last Thursday Volkmer was pleased of the news that had arrived just the day before on the new Department of Agri- culture set aside program that will compensate the farmers who set aside land and not use it for crop production. Volkmer visited with sever- al local residents in Canton talking about everything from the postal reform bill to legislation dealing with chiro- practic practices. Earlier Thursday, Volkmer toured the Golden Eagle riverboat-dinner theatre and stated he was impressed with the structure and especially the grand salon of the show boat and would return for the opening. The two-day tour covered Marion. Lewis, Clark, Scot- land. Schuyler and Putnam counties. Parental Support is sponsor- ing a program on Tuesday, Apri ! 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Canton R-V School multipur- pose room. The program entitled "Drug Trends and Abuse" will be presented by Cpl. Ed Moses of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, cur- rently assigned to the Public Information Section. He has worked as an undercover agent. His presentations are highly recommended. He will be presenting two assemblies to the Canton R-V students during the afternoon. Baby sitting services will be available, and all parents are urged to attend. The Sixth Grade Ensemble will be performing prior to Cpl. Moses's presentation. Talk with Congressman Congressman llarold Volkmer of the ninth district was in Canton Thursday, March 30 at the post office to talk with area residents. From left to right are Congressman Volkmer, Clyde Richards, Dr. L. A. Schryver and Glenn Miller. Time Get In Shal !:i: oo +! Jogging Jogging Suits, +Shorts0000i!! COMPLETE  ALL WITH ST"IPES OUTFITS -- 00tso - ,ov's $2.29 s17 TENNIS SHOES of all styles and colors s2.39. $2.50 00m's s2.49 MEN'S .. . SHORT SLEEVE + Monday at school additional business and indus- ." try to our state." iii! R-V Board of [ SHIRTS Education meets SetEcr GROUe $@99 Monday at schot tots k /drl 1 The Canton R-V Board of BLOUSES A'n::,t Education will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, :.:. M S i April 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school. This will be the  Price And Colors yearly organizational meeting at which the two directors newly-elected in the April 4 MEN'S SPRING elections will be officially sworn in. This and all regular meet- PlUS MANY OTHER POPLIN JACKETS ings of the R-V Board of FASHIONS MARKED TO  Education are open to the ASST. public. SAVE YOU MONEY. COLORS E CARD OF THANKS ii!i We wish to thank our ilii friends and neighbors for the :':" kindness and sympathy shown !ii! us at the loss of our beloved ii!i father and grandfather. Rich- iili ard Bross. Your kindness will LADLES DENIM SHORTS Hat & Coat Rack VALUED AT S279s s52.95 SAVE +" hidden under some straw on bless you and be kind to vou.land owner found the tools never be forgotten. May God !ii! With [i II'+ " ::::i:: \\;.' MANY STYLES , or  " his farm located about four Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 13ross AM. FM, 8 TRACK without turntable miles south of Canton. He andFam:'v !iii ............ "'  \\; $  f 'lld llll 4 PP NY STEREO ' I i 'I+ + I'= II'= + !+: +.. - =  contacted city officials andtoolsreturnedThe thecantontool PolicebX andare Mr andMrs Drthy Tayl';r i+i:: Mrs and Michael John Slater +i!i + " //) DII U  1 UIIII 11 I[" I" ' N + STO*IA . +  [  still investigating the theft, and Family : m +  : / i)ii  10 SPEED LOW BOY N T sLZE X/ I,il li'' i+++ 00,]ike00 COOLERS" I " " " N. $t. 2 Bodmom. living room, ))i+ +  \\; +P A D NOXZEMA REG. 2.99 14 OZ. SIt. iii! h ", lXI, [.n#ry. Hot Woler--. Horse Trailers- l:,ot B4d T:oilers ++++ " SKIN CREAm...+I") d conditmn. Priced right# Stock Trailers - Gram Traders .l Foranysizeorkindoftraileryouiii! ..... "--'" lji)i :i:! . .:::.: would need contact iii i i  i!i I I'is Street Canton. Mo. 63435 or CraKj A. Hinton 314-288-3061 ===================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================== }+ I