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BY MRS. H. J. WENNEKER Second Ewing history book being delivered Mrs. Jerry Ball and Mrs. Bill Shults have been busy mailing and delivering the second edition of the book of Ewing history. Mrs. Ball drove to Iowa for them last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker assisted in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker Saturday and Sun- day. Mrs. Wenneker has been quite ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitaker spent the week end in Memphis, Tenn.,_ going especially to visit his nephew, Don Whitaker, a patient in Baptist hospital, where he had undergone surgery on an arm for the fifth time. His condition is satisfactory. They also enjoyed visiting with Howard's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitaker of Spring- dale, Ark., the parents of Don. The Whitakers visited the home of the late Elvis Presley and enroute home visited the "Shrine of Our Lady of Miraculous Medal" at Terry- ville, Mo., which was beauti- ful. Grandparents Day at the elementary sctiool Friday had a large attendance. The children presented programs and iurich was served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Erick- son of Vermillion, S. D, spent a few days with relatives SAVE 2% ON PIONEER00, HYBRIDS... GET A FREE PIONEER JACKET Pick up your seed be- fore .April 20 for the best deal on the best hybrids your money can buy. You'll receive a 2% {:ash discount, and a free insulated jacket with a 10 bag minimum. Ask me about it. NICHOLAS KIRCHNER St. Patrick, Mo. Ph. 816 - 754- 6779 PlONEER.00 SEEDS here. They were house guests of her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Crabill, and also visited her grandfather, Basil Whi- taker, Mrs. Whitaker and Vickey, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitaker and Dana. They were enroute to Texas and stopped at Bethel and visited Mr. and Mrs. Kent Thrasher, Cart and Chad. Fred Gross was taken to St. Mary hospital in Quincy Tuesday by ambulance where he remains a patient in intensive care. Mrs. Gross is with him and a number of relatives and friends have visited him. ! Mrs. Austin Herst of Jack- sonville came Thursday after- noon and visited over Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker, and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Herst and family. She came especi- ally to attend "grandparents Day" at Ewing school. Mrs. Carolyn Anderson, Randy and Denise of Lewis- town were Tuesday evening callers in the Frank Wenneker home. Mr. & Mrs. Norman Wenne- ker of Palmyra visited his mother, Mrs. Dent Wenneker Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lucille Kelley became ill while attended evening services at the Baptist church and was taken to KO hospital in Kirksville by ambulance where she remained a patient. Her sister, Mrs. Fred Stark accompanied her to the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver drove to Camp Point Sunday afternoon and visited their molhers, Mrs. Nina Toliver and Mrs. Emma Shouse at the Grand View Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stark and Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe of Lewistown returned home Sunday from a week's motor trip to the South, going as far as New Orleans. La. They went by Lee Simmitt enroute, and visited other places, m0ng :them Nasfivillel Terii. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodworth and family of Canton were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Wood- worth. Mrs. Ella Sykes of Canton, IlL was a Tuesday over night guest of Mrs. Lizzie Willows and Mildred. Miss Dena Diekman called on Mrs. Francis Kurk Thurs- day afternoon. AI Wiskirchen took Mrs. Bessie Keller to Prairie View rest home Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs: Mae Armbruster. tier condition remains about the same. She is able to be up and around but still unable to talk. Callers in the Basil Whitak- er home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitaker, Roger Whilaker and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, Tony and Amber, Lavern Whitaker, Dana Whitaker and Sonya PALMYRA LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET Va mile south of Palmyra, Mo. on Highway 61 AUCTION EVERY MONDAY III Fat Butcher Hogs, 1N,'tN n m ,velwvueuuue " Sows and Boars Large demand for quality fiNMk, r pigs. Selling 600 1000 head a ,NA(. We are becoming more concerned about sanitation for both the seller and the buyer. For help in your feeder pig needs either buying or selling call RUSTY ROTHWEILER 314- 478 - 3548 or 314. 769 - 2295 5 PACKER BUYERS Stacker, Feeder, 1:30 p.m. - c..,.. Breeding Cows and Bulls TenJfic demand , ..... Andy Anderson Dwight Singleton Phone 314. 769.3058 Phone 314.769.3332 Schnitzer of Lewistown. The Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God church attended a CA rally at the Edina Assembly Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Puls, Billy and Monica of Palmyra were Saturday supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Evalena Puls and afterward visited her mother, Mrs. Jennie Crist. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stice were Sunday evening callers of Miss Dena Diekmann. They had spent the day with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurk at Tolona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mc- Euen, Alberta, Phillip and Carter of Milton came Sunday for the day with her mother, Mrs. Marie Carter. Mrs. Jennie Crist was an afternoon visitor. Enroute home Mrs. McEuen visited her aunt, Mrs. Josie Christman and also a friend in Blessing hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mittle- burg, Danny and David were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of her parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentz. Mr. and. Mrs. Merle Wenne- ker of Queen City, Mrs. Alan Daniels, Michael and Bryan of Kirksville were Sunday morn- ing and evening visitors in the parental H. J. Wenneker home. They were dinner guests in the maternal Mrs. Louise Keller home near LaGrange. The Daniels chil- dren were featured Monday in the Kirksville Daily Express with an eight foot snow rabbit sculpture they created on Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitaker spent the Easter week end in Chicago driving up on Friday finding the driving quite hazardous. They visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Whitaker and children in West Chicago and Mrs. Whitaker visited her sisters and other relatives in Chica- go. State fund raising for new election reform A statewide fund raising campaign is being launched by the Governor's Commis- sion on Campaign Reform and Official Conduct, Commission chairman, former U.S. Con- gressman William L. Hun- gate, has announced. "Funds must be raised to hire a research staff to help the commission make a com- prehensive study of campaign practices and reform," Hun- gate said. The commisison, created in January, will seek funds from a broad base of citizens from throughout Mis- souri. B CANTON. MO THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1978 Spring art show held in Quincy through April 15 The Artists Guild Spring Show is being held in 9uincy now through April 15 at the Quincy Art Center. The spring show is open to the public, Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. and Tuesday-Saturday 2-4:30 p.m. The Quincy Art Center is located at 1515 Jersey and admission to the art show is free. Stevenson at deferred giving workshop Scott C. Stevenson, assistant to the vice president for college relations at Culver- Stockton College, recently attended a three-day work- shop on topics of deferred giving in Chicago. Areas covered included how persons can make tax-deduct- ible gifts to institutions such as Culver-Stockton through pooled life income agree- ments, charitable trusts, gift annuities and bequests, said Stevenson. Mo. Farm Bureau "outraged' at union attempts Missouri Farm Bureau is outraged at the attempts by organized labor to in any way deter voter registration and the citizenship activities of students. The Missouri Farm Bureau president, C. R. "Dick" Johnston spoke out vehement- ly after it was reported that the State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education had dropped its support for privately-backed high school voter registration drives because of organized labor "complaints" that the drive could lead to involve- ment in the "right to work" controversy. -'The Farm Bureau leader stated, "Voting and citizen involvement in the elective process are basic freedoms that are necessary for the republic form ogovernment, and to think that union leadership would thus ap- proach school officials is in our opinion unthinkable." "This is exactly the reason that union members, as well C0utdaclm Mrs. Dorothea Kramer and Mrs. Nona Wolf of Philadel- phia were Wednesday after- noon visitors with Mrs. Ethel Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meyer and family were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Stella Ichor was a Thursday afternoon visitor of Mrs. Cora Schofield. Janet's Green House of LaGrange is now open. Felicia Pierce entertained at a party in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pierce Wednesday evening. Guests were Candy Willis and Ronnie Lee Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Johnson, Tony, Becky and Andy, Mr. and Coon RealEstate Larry Coon, Broker Route 5 Quincy, III. 62301 OFFICE 217-222-0212 RES. 217-222-0218 COLONY, MO.-40 acres. 3 miles N.W. of Colony on blacktop, 8 acres tillable, balance open pasture with good fencing. 6 room house with garage and basement, need of remodeling, priced only $18,950. CANTON, 5 room house with utility room & Bathroom, in excellent condition, hot water heat, fully insulated, large lot with large cement floor garage. Excellent location within walking distance from downtown. 609 Madison St. $25,950. LEWISTOWN completely remodeled home, 5 rooms and bath, sets on 5 acres with 6 pads for mobile homes, set up for 20 additional pads. Priced to sell at only $34,000. The inside of house is really nice. To see either of these properties or if thinking of selling your property give us a call. Craig A. Hinton Associate Route 2 - Canton, Mo. Phone 314 - 288 - 3061 Concert pianist to perform recital at C-S next week Area piano students and teachers will have the oppor- tunity to hear and work with award-winning concert pianist Aldo Mancinelli April 14-15 at Culver-Stockton College. Mancinelli will perform a recital free to the public at 8 p.m. April 14 in Alexander Campbell Auditorium and he will conduct a master class open to area piano teachers and students at 10 a.m. in the Wood Center for the Perform- ing Arts on the C-S campus. "Part of every pianists' training is exposure to other pianists and styles of play- ing," said Anda Z. Wiseman, lecturer in piano at C-S. Working in a formal master class situation "is one of the finest ways for both teachers an non-union members are concerned about the monop- olistic power that is vested with our union 'bosses.' Any organization should want as nearly 100 per cent complete participation in public issues and political elections as possible and should encourage voter regist_ra.,tioP, rather thaa discourage it," Johnston said. "We are appalled at this brazen attempt by so-called union leadership to discourage basic citizenship rights in our public school system." and students to gain new ideas and insights into piano play- ing," said Mrs. Wiseman. Mancinellrs program will include Sonata in D Major (K. 576)" by Mozart, "Sonata in B-flat minor, Opus 35, by Chopin, "'Sonata No. 7, Opus 83" by Prokofieff, and three pieces from his recently released recording of the piano works of Charles Tom- linson Griffes. They are "The White Peacock, Opus 7 No. I," probably Griffes' best-known work, "The Fountain of the Acqua Paola, Opus 7 No. 3," and "'Scherzo. Opus 6 No. 3." As a concert pianist, Man- cinelli has made more than 700 professional appearances in Europe, Asia, North Africa and North and South America, including performances with the Dallas Symphony, Cleve- land Orchestra, Liverpool Philharmonic, Hamburg Ra- dio Orchestra, La Scalla Or- chestra and the San 'Antonio Symphony. He is currently a professor of piano and artist-in-rest- MRS. CORA SCHOFIELD /et d winter Mo. farmers behind Missouri farmers are anx- ious to start spring fieldwork, but are being held back by very wet soils. Heavy rain and snow during the fall and winter have left the ground watersoaked, and it will take a couple weeks before plowing can begin in many areas. A limited amount of fieldwork is being done, and some farmers have been able to fertilize their pastures in the past few days. One reporter said corn planting began in the Bootheel last weekend. Pastures are very muddy, and have just begun to turn green, so few cattle have been turned out. Most farmers are still relying on stored hay and roughage, and supplies are mostly adequate with only local shortages. Rain and melting snow have flooded some lowland areas and river bottoms and have caused soil moisture supply to be 24 percent adequate and 76 percent surplus. Only 1.0 days were suitable during the week! the state. Only 3 oats acreage haS behind both last normal. Winter most fair condition ! beginning to grow, of the snow week. Pastures mostly fair C-$ counselor co||ege fair Culver-Stockton counselor Beth Holt ed Culver-Stockton a three-day Kansas City this Miss Holt met interested in going: and their parentS, school guidance the fair in the Inn Wednesday day. 00/aonpgbun 9 Patra Tungate was a Sun- day over night guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tungate and Jeff. Steve Scoggin spent the week end with Jeff Tungate while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scoggin, were vacationing in South Missouri. While in Quincy Friday, Mrs. T. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R.. Swartz visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers and Craig were guests for the celebration of the first birth- day of their granddaughter, Angela Myers on March 26. Angela is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Myers of near Knox City. Orval Breen was a Sunday guest in the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers and Craig. Visitors the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould have been Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Hill of Davis City, Ia., dence at the University of and Khris Kaufman of Milton, Tulsa, and IaMr and Mrs. Chuck Plorea was recently seJected Oklahoma. Musician.'  ' - . of the Y'ear for 1977 b3"the 'and fahaily ate Supper Satur: Oklahoma Federation of day with Mr. and Mrs. LUCILLI Dodge, Ia. Mrs. Stella WilSOn Lou Ella swartZ friends in the Wednesda Dang ;immons Jim Anne Minear d N spent the week el Bruce Minear hore. Mr. and Mrs. Gle and family, Mr. Dwayne Tungate Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Kenny and Mrs. Melvin Kathy Minear, Wilson, Mr. and Swartz, Jim Minear  Simmons the IOOF lodge chicken and fis dinner was Steffenville lodge Donnie Bowen's penses. Mr. and Mrs. were Saturday e tars of Mr. and Michel and Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. J Mrs. Bonnie daughter went tol Sunday to see Stutsman who is a Music Clubs. Area teachers who are interested in the April 15 master class with Mancinelli may get more information from Mrs. Wiseman. Charles Florea and family. Charles Florea visited with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Friday. Other visitors in the Stice home were Coil Florea and Mrs. Edna Florea of Ft. the Medical Center- Tracv and Tina Lewistown were night guests of grandparents, Mr. Joe Hirsch. Mrs. Bill Carpenter and Mrs. Effie Thomas of Arbela. Mrs. Loretta Heathman of Hannibal visited in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson Friday and attended Grandparents Day at Ewing school. Mrs. Carol Hoteling served brunch Friday morning to Mrs. Bill Johnson and Trish, Mrs. Ran Johnson and Mrs. Loretta Heathman. Mrs. Joe Leindecker of Quincy visited with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Ronald Johnson Friday and later attended Grandparents Day at the Ewing school. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Jett have moved to the Sadie White property. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Barr and Karla were Mrs. Kirt Brinkley and Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris and Marian. Mrs. Cora Schofield was an afternoon visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt were Wednesday visitors in the Sam Goings home and Saturday over night visitors in the James Spratt home in LaGrange, Mrs. Kathleen Clickner and Cindy' were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mason in Quincy. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dever and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Jacobs. Revival services begin at the Baptist church April 9 at 7 p.m. and each evening during the week at 7:30. Rev. Ray Ditch of Gillispie, I11., will be the speaker. Harry Schaffer was taken Sunday morning by ambu- lance to Blessing hospital in Quincy where he is having X-rays and tests. Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Had- Break in case of emergency Youre covered for emergencies when you save the passbook way at our place. An Emergency Savings Account is your insurance against life's costly surprises. Your money earns high interest with insured safety and it's available when you need or want it. Take action. Start saving. PALMYRA ' SAVING AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION /%. Palmyra -- Cont field were Friday supper guests of Jim and Don Keller near Emerson. WHERE You Save DOES Make a Differencel Visitors in the Milo Spratt home during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Goings and Mrs. Vearl Chipman. BY MRS. H. J. WENNEKER Second Ewing history book being delivered Mrs. Jerry Ball and Mrs. Bill Shults have been busy mailing and delivering the second edition of the book of Ewing history. Mrs. Ball drove to Iowa for them last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker assisted in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker Saturday and Sun- day. Mrs. Wenneker has been quite ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitaker spent the week end in Memphis, Tenn.,_ going especially to visit his nephew, Don Whitaker, a patient in Baptist hospital, where he had undergone surgery on an arm for the fifth time. His condition is satisfactory. They also enjoyed visiting with Howard's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitaker of Spring- dale, Ark., the parents of Don. The Whitakers visited the home of the late Elvis Presley and enroute home visited the "Shrine of Our Lady of Miraculous Medal" at Terry- ville, Mo., which was beauti- ful. Grandparents Day at the elementary sctiool Friday had a large attendance. The children presented programs and iurich was served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Erick- son of Vermillion, S. D, spent a few days with relatives SAVE 2% ON PIONEER00, HYBRIDS... GET A FREE PIONEER JACKET Pick up your seed be- fore .April 20 for the best deal on the best hybrids your money can buy. You'll receive a 2% {:ash discount, and a free insulated jacket with a 10 bag minimum. Ask me about it. NICHOLAS KIRCHNER St. Patrick, Mo. Ph. 816 - 754- 6779 PlONEER.00 SEEDS here. They were house guests of her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Crabill, and also visited her grandfather, Basil Whi- taker, Mrs. Whitaker and Vickey, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitaker and Dana. They were enroute to Texas and stopped at Bethel and visited Mr. and Mrs. Kent Thrasher, Cart and Chad. Fred Gross was taken to St. Mary hospital in Quincy Tuesday by ambulance where he remains a patient in intensive care. Mrs. Gross is with him and a number of relatives and friends have visited him. ! Mrs. Austin Herst of Jack- sonville came Thursday after- noon and visited over Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker, and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Herst and family. She came especi- ally to attend "grandparents Day" at Ewing school. Mrs. Carolyn Anderson, Randy and Denise of Lewis- town were Tuesday evening callers in the Frank Wenneker home. Mr. & Mrs. Norman Wenne- ker of Palmyra visited his mother, Mrs. Dent Wenneker Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lucille Kelley became ill while attended evening services at the Baptist church and was taken to KO hospital in Kirksville by ambulance where she remained a patient. Her sister, Mrs. Fred Stark accompanied her to the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver drove to Camp Point Sunday afternoon and visited their molhers, Mrs. Nina Toliver and Mrs. Emma Shouse at the Grand View Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stark and Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe of Lewistown returned home Sunday from a week's motor trip to the South, going as far as New Orleans. La. They went by Lee Simmitt enroute, and visited other places, m0ng :them Nasfivillel Terii. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodworth and family of Canton were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Wood- worth. Mrs. Ella Sykes of Canton, IlL was a Tuesday over night guest of Mrs. Lizzie Willows and Mildred. Miss Dena Diekman called on Mrs. Francis Kurk Thurs- day afternoon. AI Wiskirchen took Mrs. Bessie Keller to Prairie View rest home Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs: Mae Armbruster. tier condition remains about the same. She is able to be up and around but still unable to talk. Callers in the Basil Whitak- er home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitaker, Roger Whilaker and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, Tony and Amber, Lavern Whitaker, Dana Whitaker and Sonya PALMYRA LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET Va mile south of Palmyra, Mo. on Highway 61 AUCTION EVERY MONDAY III Fat Butcher Hogs, 1N,'tN n m ,velwvueuuue " Sows and Boars Large demand for quality fiNMk, r pigs. Selling 600 1000 head a ,NA(. We are becoming more concerned about sanitation for both the seller and the buyer. For help in your feeder pig needs either buying or selling call RUSTY ROTHWEILER 314- 478 - 3548 or 314. 769 - 2295 5 PACKER BUYERS Stacker, Feeder, 1:30 p.m. - c..,.. Breeding Cows and Bulls TenJfic demand , ..... Andy Anderson Dwight Singleton Phone 314. 769.3058 Phone 314.769.3332 Schnitzer of Lewistown. The Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God church attended a CA rally at the Edina Assembly Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Puls, Billy and Monica of Palmyra were Saturday supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Evalena Puls and afterward visited her mother, Mrs. Jennie Crist. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stice were Sunday evening callers of Miss Dena Diekmann. They had spent the day with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurk at Tolona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mc- Euen, Alberta, Phillip and Carter of Milton came Sunday for the day with her mother, Mrs. Marie Carter. Mrs. Jennie Crist was an afternoon visitor. Enroute home Mrs. McEuen visited her aunt, Mrs. Josie Christman and also a friend in Blessing hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mittle- burg, Danny and David were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of her parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentz. Mr. and. Mrs. Merle Wenne- ker of Queen City, Mrs. Alan Daniels, Michael and Bryan of Kirksville were Sunday morn- ing and evening visitors in the parental H. J. Wenneker home. They were dinner guests in the maternal Mrs. Louise Keller home near LaGrange. The Daniels chil- dren were featured Monday in the Kirksville Daily Express with an eight foot snow rabbit sculpture they created on Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitaker spent the Easter week end in Chicago driving up on Friday finding the driving quite hazardous. They visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Whitaker and children in West Chicago and Mrs. Whitaker visited her sisters and other relatives in Chica- go. State fund raising for new election reform A statewide fund raising campaign is being launched by the Governor's Commis- sion on Campaign Reform and Official Conduct, Commission chairman, former U.S. Con- gressman William L. Hun- gate, has announced. "Funds must be raised to hire a research staff to help the commission make a com- prehensive study of campaign practices and reform," Hun- gate said. The commisison, created in January, will seek funds from a broad base of citizens from throughout Mis- souri. B CANTON. MO THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1978 Spring art show held in Quincy through April 15 The Artists Guild Spring Show is being held in 9uincy now through April 15 at the Quincy Art Center. The spring show is open to the public, Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. and Tuesday-Saturday 2-4:30 p.m. The Quincy Art Center is located at 1515 Jersey and admission to the art show is free. Stevenson at deferred giving workshop Scott C. Stevenson, assistant to the vice president for college relations at Culver- Stockton College, recently attended a three-day work- shop on topics of deferred giving in Chicago. Areas covered included how persons can make tax-deduct- ible gifts to institutions such as Culver-Stockton through pooled life income agree- ments, charitable trusts, gift annuities and bequests, said Stevenson. Mo. Farm Bureau "outraged' at union attempts Missouri Farm Bureau is outraged at the attempts by organized labor to in any way deter voter registration and the citizenship activities of students. The Missouri Farm Bureau president, C. R. "Dick" Johnston spoke out vehement- ly after it was reported that the State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education had dropped its support for privately-backed high school voter registration drives because of organized labor "complaints" that the drive could lead to involve- ment in the "right to work" controversy. -'The Farm Bureau leader stated, "Voting and citizen involvement in the elective process are basic freedoms that are necessary for the republic form ogovernment, and to think that union leadership would thus ap- proach school officials is in our opinion unthinkable." "This is exactly the reason that union members, as well C0utdaclm Mrs. Dorothea Kramer and Mrs. Nona Wolf of Philadel- phia were Wednesday after- noon visitors with Mrs. Ethel Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meyer and family were Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Stella Ichor was a Thursday afternoon visitor of Mrs. Cora Schofield. Janet's Green House of LaGrange is now open. Felicia Pierce entertained at a party in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pierce Wednesday evening. Guests were Candy Willis and Ronnie Lee Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Johnson, Tony, Becky and Andy, Mr. and Coon RealEstate Larry Coon, Broker Route 5 Quincy, III. 62301 OFFICE 217-222-0212 RES. 217-222-0218 COLONY, MO.-40 acres. 3 miles N.W. of Colony on blacktop, 8 acres tillable, balance open pasture with good fencing. 6 room house with garage and basement, need of remodeling, priced only $18,950. CANTON, 5 room house with utility room & Bathroom, in excellent condition, hot water heat, fully insulated, large lot with large cement floor garage. Excellent location within walking distance from downtown. 609 Madison St. $25,950. LEWISTOWN completely remodeled home, 5 rooms and bath, sets on 5 acres with 6 pads for mobile homes, set up for 20 additional pads. Priced to sell at only $34,000. The inside of house is really nice. To see either of these properties or if thinking of selling your property give us a call. Craig A. Hinton Associate Route 2 - Canton, Mo. Phone 314 - 288 - 3061 Concert pianist to perform recital at C-S next week Area piano students and teachers will have the oppor- tunity to hear and work with award-winning concert pianist Aldo Mancinelli April 14-15 at Culver-Stockton College. Mancinelli will perform a recital free to the public at 8 p.m. April 14 in Alexander Campbell Auditorium and he will conduct a master class open to area piano teachers and students at 10 a.m. in the Wood Center for the Perform- ing Arts on the C-S campus. "Part of every pianists' training is exposure to other pianists and styles of play- ing," said Anda Z. Wiseman, lecturer in piano at C-S. Working in a formal master class situation "is one of the finest ways for both teachers an non-union members are concerned about the monop- olistic power that is vested with our union 'bosses.' Any organization should want as nearly 100 per cent complete participation in public issues and political elections as possible and should encourage voter regist_ra.,tioP, rather thaa discourage it," Johnston said. "We are appalled at this brazen attempt by so-called union leadership to discourage basic citizenship rights in our public school system." and students to gain new ideas and insights into piano play- ing," said Mrs. Wiseman. Mancinellrs program will include Sonata in D Major (K. 576)" by Mozart, "Sonata in B-flat minor, Opus 35, by Chopin, "'Sonata No. 7, Opus 83" by Prokofieff, and three pieces from his recently released recording of the piano works of Charles Tom- linson Griffes. They are "The White Peacock, Opus 7 No. I," probably Griffes' best-known work, "The Fountain of the Acqua Paola, Opus 7 No. 3," and "'Scherzo. Opus 6 No. 3." As a concert pianist, Man- cinelli has made more than 700 professional appearances in Europe, Asia, North Africa and North and South America, including performances with the Dallas Symphony, Cleve- land Orchestra, Liverpool Philharmonic, Hamburg Ra- dio Orchestra, La Scalla Or- chestra and the San 'Antonio Symphony. He is currently a professor of piano and artist-in-rest- MRS. CORA SCHOFIELD /et d winter Mo. farmers behind Missouri farmers are anx- ious to start spring fieldwork, but are being held back by very wet soils. Heavy rain and snow during the fall and winter have left the ground watersoaked, and it will take a couple weeks before plowing can begin in many areas. A limited amount of fieldwork is being done, and some farmers have been able to fertilize their pastures in the past few days. One reporter said corn planting began in the Bootheel last weekend. Pastures are very muddy, and have just begun to turn green, so few cattle have been turned out. Most farmers are still relying on stored hay and roughage, and supplies are mostly adequate with only local shortages. Rain and melting snow have flooded some lowland areas and river bottoms and have caused soil moisture supply to be 24 percent adequate and 76 percent surplus. Only 1.0 days were suitable during the week! the state. Only 3 oats acreage haS behind both last normal. Winter most fair condition ! beginning to grow, of the snow week. Pastures mostly fair C-$ counselor co||ege fair Culver-Stockton counselor Beth Holt ed Culver-Stockton a three-day Kansas City this Miss Holt met interested in going: and their parentS, school guidance the fair in the Inn Wednesday day. 00/aonpgbun 9 Patra Tungate was a Sun- day over night guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tungate and Jeff. Steve Scoggin spent the week end with Jeff Tungate while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scoggin, were vacationing in South Missouri. While in Quincy Friday, Mrs. T. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R.. Swartz visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers and Craig were guests for the celebration of the first birth- day of their granddaughter, Angela Myers on March 26. Angela is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Myers of near Knox City. Orval Breen was a Sunday guest in the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers and Craig. Visitors the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould have been Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Hill of Davis City, Ia., dence at the University of and Khris Kaufman of Milton, Tulsa, and IaMr and Mrs. Chuck Plorea was recently seJected Oklahoma. Musician.'  ' - . of the Y'ear for 1977 b3"the 'and fahaily ate Supper Satur: Oklahoma Federation of day with Mr. and Mrs. LUCILLI Dodge, Ia. Mrs. Stella WilSOn Lou Ella swartZ friends in the Wednesda Dang ;immons Jim Anne Minear d N spent the week el Bruce Minear hore. Mr. and Mrs. Gle and family, Mr. Dwayne Tungate Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Kenny and Mrs. Melvin Kathy Minear, Wilson, Mr. and Swartz, Jim Minear  Simmons the IOOF lodge chicken and fis dinner was Steffenville lodge Donnie Bowen's penses. Mr. and Mrs. were Saturday e tars of Mr. and Michel and Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. J Mrs. Bonnie daughter went tol Sunday to see Stutsman who is a Music Clubs. Area teachers who are interested in the April 15 master class with Mancinelli may get more information from Mrs. Wiseman. Charles Florea and family. Charles Florea visited with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Friday. Other visitors in the Stice home were Coil Florea and Mrs. Edna Florea of Ft. the Medical Center- Tracv and Tina Lewistown were night guests of grandparents, Mr. Joe Hirsch. Mrs. Bill Carpenter and Mrs. Effie Thomas of Arbela. Mrs. Loretta Heathman of Hannibal visited in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson Friday and attended Grandparents Day at Ewing school. Mrs. Carol Hoteling served brunch Friday morning to Mrs. Bill Johnson and Trish, Mrs. Ran Johnson and Mrs. Loretta Heathman. Mrs. Joe Leindecker of Quincy visited with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Ronald Johnson Friday and later attended Grandparents Day at the Ewing school. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Jett have moved to the Sadie White property. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Barr and Karla were Mrs. Kirt Brinkley and Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris and Marian. Mrs. Cora Schofield was an afternoon visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt were Wednesday visitors in the Sam Goings home and Saturday over night visitors in the James Spratt home in LaGrange, Mrs. Kathleen Clickner and Cindy' were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mason in Quincy. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dever and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Jacobs. Revival services begin at the Baptist church April 9 at 7 p.m. and each evening during the week at 7:30. Rev. Ray Ditch of Gillispie, I11., will be the speaker. Harry Schaffer was taken Sunday morning by ambu- lance to Blessing hospital in Quincy where he is having X-rays and tests. Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Had- Break in case of emergency Youre covered for emergencies when you save the passbook way at our place. An Emergency Savings Account is your insurance against life's costly surprises. Your money earns high interest with insured safety and it's available when you need or want it. Take action. Start saving. PALMYRA ' SAVING AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION /%. Palmyra -- Cont field were Friday supper guests of Jim and Don Keller near Emerson. WHERE You Save DOES Make a Differencel Visitors in the Milo Spratt home during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Goings and Mrs. Vearl Chipman.