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ERAL NEWS students refurbish rock logo -4 ? was on the student center courtyard to the campus last Canton R-V at 6:30 am, projects. a long-standing Day" plmmed this faculty and variety of the students procts in the painting the scraping posts along the up trash, and "C-S" on the students took to tour Hall and see three states and on a picnic on the activi- with a giant baseball wind ensemble student center, to beautiful day a super Scott in charge of arrangements, with the day. alot. participation r this day to be a Lion in in Missouri is in Imct value of ricuJ- the hay Produetioa will in the next in preducta part by the qllity forages and  equine colllcts, hay buyers or Provide area Imiees orhay ,I W every Summary in the Weekly actaga third public the hay price. Dome to current abo EN-LIGHTENING _ e ef U,e modems participated is hflffest by scraph aM palating eMlege lamp additmnal information such as crop and livestock reports, trends and prices of livestock and grain, and commodity futures. To subscrihe to the summaries or for more information, write: Market Smnmary, Mo. Dept. of Agriculture, P.O. Box $30, Jefferson City, No. 102. Miss Lewis County performs at Miss Pulaski Co. pageant Carol Kendrick performed her trumpet-and-vocal talent at another Miss Missouri Preliminary pageant Saturday night. Miss Kendrick, the 20-year-old reigning Miss Lewis County, perform- ed her winning talent at the Miss Pulaski County Pageant as part of their special entertainment. She had been invited to perform by pageant director Paul Corbett, who was a judge of the Miss Lewis County Pageant. At the 'Miss Pulaski Pageant, Miss Kendrick and Lewis County pageant directors Becky Wilson and Randy Green were able to meet five other queens Miss Kendrick will face in July Woods -- Top quality, priced reasonably jeyt.ree vanities are light... SOft mellow' gOlden as honey. For a contemlry look that's warm and inviting. With Honeytree vanities you can choose from a wide variety of door and drawer sizes. So even the tiniest of bathrooms can looks, have ample storage. And abundant good Stop in and see toD-luality Honeytr vanities and all the other fine Brammer cabinets today, "qmr ucvs toe nG **emi ANO fm. S07 Cbrk St. -- Cml, Me. Phem $14 J8-$293 I I Continued from page one results in averT negative impact on business, small towns and eventually, cities and the nation. Farmers cannot buy in town if they have no money or credit. Farmers do not pay income taxes when the bottom line is a loss every year. When farmers cannot buy goods and services, then these businesses fail_ There is much stress and ill-felling over low sales, declining net worth, past due accounts, judg- ments and foreclosures. Emotional problems from financial stress are real and are felt by. all people, especially parents, students, adminis- trators and business people. Credit is simply not offered where in the past it was a way of doing business. Mass bankruptcies will freeze taxa- tion of properties until they are settled. The tax base is being eroded. Rural areas are losing businesses and people which represent loss of personal taxes and cash flow needed to support government, social services and a at the state pageant in Mexico. They were Misses Polk County, Trenton, St. Louis County. Mark Twain Lakes, and Moberly. They also had dinner with the judges for the Miss Pulaski pageant, the reigning Miss Missouri Anna Marie Schell, and the executive directof of the Miss Missouri Pageant Chuck Rentschler. Since then. Miss Kendrick spoke at the Canton branch of the Beta Sigm.a Pld Founder's Day dinner in Quincy on Monday night. She is scheduled to visit the Miss St. Omrles Pageant April 27, in this the ftrst year of that pageant. Press-News Journal, Canton, Nk., Thursday, April 25, 1995, Page 3o Mark Twain Lake Clean-Up Day scheduled for Saturday The first annual Mark Twain Lake area Clean-Up Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sponsored by area Chambers of Commerce, University of Missouri Extension Service, Corps of Engineers, Missouri Department of Comm'vatlon and Missouri State Water Patrol, the Lake Clean-Up Day is part of a state-wide project organized by the Missouri Beautification Association to "preserve the natural beauty of the Sovereign State of Missouri by concentrating an organizational effort in removing those items from public and private lands distracting from that natural beauty." Photo contest for Hannibal Sesquicentennial event photos to he taken during that period. Two categories, color photos and black and white photos, will he judged on the Sesquicentennial theme and photo-aphy skill. All entries should be mounted or matted and submitted in size from 5"x7" to 1 l"xl4". P,.hodes said first, second and third prizes will be awarded in each category with all entrants receiving special recognition. Kodak is furnishing disc cameras to the first and second place winners. All entries should be turned in to the Sesquicentennial Commision office by August 30 with winners to be announced September 2. All entries will be exhibited throughtout the mordh of September. Contest rules may be obtained from the Sesquicentennial Office, Portions of the Corps of En Recreation Areas, roadways, trails and lakeshore will be cleaned by volunteers donating their time and energy in support of this beautification effort. Lake Clean-Up Day will begin at 9 a.m. at the Ray Behrem Recreat/m Area picnic shelter, located 9- miles south of Cannon Dam on State Highway J. Volunteers should wear brightly colored clothing, high top boots, long pants, rain gear and gloves. Boat operators should make certain that their boats are in compliance with the Missouri State Water Patrol regulations including proper fire extinguishers and personal floating devices for all passengers. In addition, boats should be equipped with first aid kits and dip nets for gathering trash along the lakeshore. All youth groups must furnish an adult leader to accompany the group at all times. Following the Clean-Up activities, a free picnic for all active pa_rticipants will be provided by the local sponson at 2:30 p.m. Refreshments will be donated by area businesses and industries. Volunteers, including persons willing to furnish and operate their private boats, should contact one of the following sponsors: Monroe City Chamber of Commerce 314-71; Paris Chamber of Commerce, 81S-37. 44; Pike County Courthouse, 314-1- 544; Mel Kissell, 816-263-71; No. Dept. of ation, 311-720; or U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 314-735- 4097. The Mark Twain Sesquicentennial Commission and Eastman-Kodak are sponsoring a photography contest, ,'Hannibal, Show Us Your Stuff," during the upcoming Sesquicentennial celebration. Mary Rhodes, chairman of the event, said the contest will begin May 4 and run through August 30, with aH Corn, sorghum deficiency pay being released Morris Westfall, Missouri State ASCS direc'tor, announced that 194 corn and grain sorghum deficiency business environment. Rural roads payments are currently being released cannot he maintained which makes to Missouri farmers who participated vehicle and product transportation in the 1984 feed grain acreage more difficult, reductmn program.. . . The total corn an(l gram sorghum Presents paper deficiency payments to Missouri producers is $48,059,360. This repre- sents $36,362,075 for corn deficiency at Academy of and $11,697.285 for grain sorghum deficiencY- . . . Religion meet wfa. sa,d, 'e h,er de.,en. payments are the results ol lower grain prices in the market place. Dr Edward H. Sawyer, professor of Producers should be receiving, their philosophy and religion and the Anna payments in the next few days. The F. and Arthur B. McGlothlan fedl condudedby emphasiz- lrofessor of Refigion and Philosophy inN that county ASCS offices are a mver-)c. n College, presented making it a top priority to issue these a paper.at the annual meeting of the cheeks to individual farmers. Mmwest Kegion of the American Academy of Religion fAAR-Midwest) April 12. SUBSCRIBE! $8 in Lewis & mvoundimj counties . $10 elsewhere Yoo Get More NEWS in the PRESS.NEWS JOURNAL P00PS, P00O0U00 51 99 6 16 OZ. MR d I 69 WITH $10 GAS PURCHASE l 1 lev COORS LIGHT... z o_ CANS 2.49 PABST & tlGHTlz.t oz. cam 3.99 BUSCH ..... la-t2 o= ou 4.49 CALIFORNIA COOLER  no. 2.95 BACARDI RUM. o moo 7o w 5.50 SEAGRAMS V.O. o  so W 7.95 KIHGSFORD CHARCOAL $495 Hole 'N One DONUTS Sawyer read his paper, "Feuerbach and Theology: Repositioning the Dialogue and Discussion,', for AAR- Midwest and the College Theology Society Midwest Region meeting at Rockford (i11.) College. The two-day sessions involved a variety of workshops, papers and preparations by theologians from the midwestern United States. Sawyer. who has been a C-SC faculty members since 1, served frequently as interim or guest minister for area churches. CANTON AYERCO SPECIALS Qreeerles Planters Cheeseballs & r/, oz. Corn Chips.. 99 Xdo i Corn Flakes ......  oz. 69 ONE Kraft Mac & Cheese Dinner 7'/, oz. 45 DOZEN  bpton Tea Bags, ....... '/, oz.69 Dell -====_-_=_;;--:,--:------=:;==-;-: $17s HAM SANDWICH h FREE 32 OZ. AYERCO CUP.. $1.49 DONUTS READY WHEN  OPEN AT 6 Swiss Cheese ......... u 2.99 1.75 Bologne ............. tg. COnvenience JCT. 16 g  I INDY WINNER SALE CANTON AYERCO o,., -,. ,,- - PENNZ01L Phone 2M-102 iO.WO | q Herman Frieden, Owner :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ==================================================== Fnede .." ===================================================================================::.. . Come by tbr free eat/mate. We do Insurance work, rust work, ftberlllass a complete or parffal paint lobs at reasonable rates. ERAL NEWS students refurbish rock logo -4 ? was on the student center courtyard to the campus last Canton R-V at 6:30 am, projects. a long-standing Day" plmmed this faculty and variety of the students procts in the painting the scraping posts along the up trash, and "C-S" on the students took to tour Hall and see three states and on a picnic on the activi- with a giant baseball wind ensemble student center, to beautiful day a super Scott in charge of arrangements, with the day. alot. participation r this day to be a Lion in in Missouri is in Imct value of ricuJ- the hay Produetioa will in the next in preducta part by the qllity forages and  equine colllcts, hay buyers or Provide area Imiees orhay ,I W every Summary in the Weekly actaga third public the hay price. Dome to current abo EN-LIGHTENING _ e ef U,e modems participated is hflffest by scraph aM palating eMlege lamp additmnal information such as crop and livestock reports, trends and prices of livestock and grain, and commodity futures. To subscrihe to the summaries or for more information, write: Market Smnmary, Mo. Dept. of Agriculture, P.O. Box $30, Jefferson City, No. 102. Miss Lewis County performs at Miss Pulaski Co. pageant Carol Kendrick performed her trumpet-and-vocal talent at another Miss Missouri Preliminary pageant Saturday night. Miss Kendrick, the 20-year-old reigning Miss Lewis County, perform- ed her winning talent at the Miss Pulaski County Pageant as part of their special entertainment. She had been invited to perform by pageant director Paul Corbett, who was a judge of the Miss Lewis County Pageant. At the 'Miss Pulaski Pageant, Miss Kendrick and Lewis County pageant directors Becky Wilson and Randy Green were able to meet five other queens Miss Kendrick will face in July Woods -- Top quality, priced reasonably jeyt.ree vanities are light... SOft mellow' gOlden as honey. For a contemlry look that's warm and inviting. With Honeytree vanities you can choose from a wide variety of door and drawer sizes. So even the tiniest of bathrooms can looks, have ample storage. And abundant good Stop in and see toD-luality Honeytr vanities and all the other fine Brammer cabinets today, "qmr ucvs toe nG **emi ANO fm. S07 Cbrk St. -- Cml, Me. Phem $14 J8-$293 I I Continued from page one results in a verT negative impact on business, small towns and eventually, cities and the nation. Farmers cannot buy in town if they have no money or credit. Farmers do not pay income taxes when the bottom line is a loss every year. When farmers cannot buy goods and services, then these businesses fail_ There is much stress and ill-felling over low sales, declining net worth, past due accounts, judg- ments and foreclosures. Emotional problems from financial stress are real and are felt by. all people, especially parents, students, adminis- trators and business people. Credit is simply not offered where in the past it was a way of doing business. Mass bankruptcies will freeze taxa- tion of properties until they are settled. The tax base is being eroded. Rural areas are losing businesses and people which represent loss of personal taxes and cash flow needed to support government, social services and a at the state pageant in Mexico. They were Misses Polk County, Trenton, St. Louis County. Mark Twain Lakes, and Moberly. They also had dinner with the judges for the Miss Pulaski pageant, the reigning Miss Missouri Anna Marie Schell, and the executive directof of the Miss Missouri Pageant Chuck Rentschler. Since then. Miss Kendrick spoke at the Canton branch of the Beta Sigm.a Pld Founder's Day dinner in Quincy on Monday night. She is scheduled to visit the Miss St. Omrles Pageant April 27, in this the ftrst year of that pageant. Press-News Journal, Canton, Nk., Thursday, April 25, 1995, Page 3o Mark Twain Lake Clean-Up Day scheduled for Saturday The first annual Mark Twain Lake area Clean-Up Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sponsored by area Chambers of Commerce, University of Missouri Extension Service, Corps of Engineers, Missouri Department of Comm'vatlon and Missouri State Water Patrol, the Lake Clean-Up Day is part of a state-wide project organized by the Missouri Beautification Association to "preserve the natural beauty of the Sovereign State of Missouri by concentrating an organizational effort in removing those items from public and private lands distracting from that natural beauty." Photo contest for Hannibal Sesquicentennial event photos to he taken during that period. Two categories, color photos and black and white photos, will he judged on the Sesquicentennial theme and photo-aphy skill. All entries should be mounted or matted and submitted in size from 5"x7" to 1 l"xl4". P,.hodes said first, second and third prizes will be awarded in each category with all entrants receiving special recognition. Kodak is furnishing disc cameras to the first and second place winners. All entries should be turned in to the Sesquicentennial Commision office by August 30 with winners to be announced September 2. All entries will be exhibited throughtout the mordh of September. Contest rules may be obtained from the Sesquicentennial Office, Portions of the Corps of En Recreation Areas, roadways, trails and lakeshore will be cleaned by volunteers donating their time and energy in support of this beautification effort. Lake Clean-Up Day will begin at 9 a.m. at the Ray Behrem Recreat/m Area picnic shelter, located 9- miles south of Cannon Dam on State Highway J. Volunteers should wear brightly colored clothing, high top boots, long pants, rain gear and gloves. Boat operators should make certain that their boats are in compliance with the Missouri State Water Patrol regulations including proper fire extinguishers and personal floating devices for all passengers. In addition, boats should be equipped with first aid kits and dip nets for gathering trash along the lakeshore. All youth groups must furnish an adult leader to accompany the group at all times. Following the Clean-Up activities, a free picnic for all active pa_rticipants will be provided by the local sponson at 2:30 p.m. Refreshments will be donated by area businesses and industries. Volunteers, including persons willing to furnish and operate their private boats, should contact one of the following sponsors: Monroe City Chamber of Commerce 314-71; Paris Chamber of Commerce, 81S-37. 44; Pike County Courthouse, 314-1- 544; Mel Kissell, 816-263-71; No. Dept. of ation, 311-720; or U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 314-735- 4097. The Mark Twain Sesquicentennial Commission and Eastman-Kodak are sponsoring a photography contest, ,'Hannibal, Show Us Your Stuff," during the upcoming Sesquicentennial celebration. Mary Rhodes, chairman of the event, said the contest will begin May 4 and run through August 30, with aH Corn, sorghum deficiency pay being released Morris Westfall, Missouri State ASCS direc'tor, announced that 194 corn and grain sorghum deficiency business environment. Rural roads payments are currently being released cannot he maintained which makes to Missouri farmers who participated vehicle and product transportation in the 1984 feed grain acreage more difficult, reductmn program.. . . The total corn an(l gram sorghum Presents paper deficiency payments to Missouri producers is $48,059,360. This repre- sents $36,362,075 for corn deficiency at Academy of and $11,697.285 for grain sorghum deficiencY- . . . Religion meet wfa. sa,d, 'e h,er de.,en. payments are the results ol lower grain prices in the market place. Dr Edward H. Sawyer, professor of Producers should be receiving, their philosophy and religion and the Anna payments in the next few days. The F. and Arthur B. McGlothlan fedl condudedby emphasiz- lrofessor of Refigion and Philosophy inN that county ASCS offices are a mver-)c. n College, presented making it a top priority to issue these a paper.at the annual meeting of the cheeks to individual farmers. Mmwest Kegion of the American Academy of Religion fAAR-Midwest) April 12. SUBSCRIBE! $8 in Lewis & mvoundimj counties . $10 elsewhere Yoo Get More NEWS in the PRESS.NEWS JOURNAL P00PS, P00O0U00 51 99 6 16 OZ. MR d I 69 WITH $10 GAS PURCHASE l 1 lev COORS LIGHT... z o_ CANS 2.49 PABST & tlGHTlz.t oz. cam 3.99 BUSCH ..... la-t2 o= ou 4.49 CALIFORNIA COOLER  no. 2.95 BACARDI RUM. o moo 7o w 5.50 SEAGRAMS V.O. o  so W 7.95 KIHGSFORD CHARCOAL $495 Hole 'N One DONUTS Sawyer read his paper, "Feuerbach and Theology: Repositioning the Dialogue and Discussion,', for AAR- Midwest and the College Theology Society Midwest Region meeting at Rockford (i11.) College. The two-day sessions involved a variety of workshops, papers and preparations by theologians from the midwestern United States. Sawyer. who has been a C-SC faculty members since 1, served frequently as interim or guest minister for area churches. CANTON AYERCO SPECIALS Qreeerles Planters Cheeseballs & r/, oz. Corn Chips.. 99 Xdo i Corn Flakes ......  oz. 69 ONE Kraft Mac & Cheese Dinner 7'/, oz. 45 DOZEN  bpton Tea Bags, ....... '/, oz.69 Dell -====_-_=_;;--:,--:------=:;==-;-: $17s HAM SANDWICH h FREE 32 OZ. AYERCO CUP.. $1.49 DONUTS READY WHEN  OPEN AT 6 Swiss Cheese ......... u 2.99 1.75 Bologne ............. tg. COnvenience JCT. 16 g  I INDY WINNER SALE CANTON AYERCO o,., -,. ,,- - PENNZ01L Phone 2M-102 iO.WO | q Herman Frieden, Owner :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ==================================================== Fnede .." ===================================================================================::.. . Come by tbr free eat/mate. We do Insurance work, rust work, ftberlllass a complete or parffal paint lobs at reasonable rates.