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i i)' i  i : SOCIAL ITEMS Press-News Journa'l, Canton, Mo., MR. AND MRS. RAY TURNER Noted 45th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner of LaBelle were honored on their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 21. with a dinner hosted by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Palmyra. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson. Jennifer, Josh and Kendall of Williamsburg, Mo., Mrs. Larry John- son, Sara and William of Canton, Ralph Johnson of Canton. and Melvin Eisenberg of LaGrange. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Lynn Gorrell and Alan Johnson of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Leann of Elk City. Okla.. also acknowledged the event with a gift. MR. AND MRS. TIMOTHY KELLEY At home in Georgia Miss Ramona Rhoades and Tim6thy Kelley were married at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 30 , in the First Baptist Church in Canton by the Rev. Milton Baumgardner. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Rhoades of Canton. Kelley is the son of Cindy Kelley and Dennis Kelley of St. Joseph. Miss Michelle Genck o! anton was maid of honor and Robert Lima of St. Joseph served as best man. The bride is a 1984 graduate of Canton R-V High School. Mr. Kelley is a 1983 graduate of Central High School in St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley are now at home in Columbus, Ga., where be is serving in the U.S. Army. Golden Rule Shrine installs officers in Canton April 6 Golden Rule Shrine, No. 32, Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, held open installation of officers Saturday eve- ning, April 6, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge in Canton. The retiring Worthy High Priestess, Mrs. William Cary, and Watchman of Shepherds, William Cary, welcomed the guests, and invited the Worthy Chaplain, Mrs. W. B. Dodson, to conduct the Bible ceremony. Mrs. Dan Newton, inviting worthy herald, invited the installing officers and escorts to enter the chapter room. Mrs. Cary introduced the installing officers: Mrs. Emmett Wenneker. installing worthy high priestess: Emmett Wenneker, installing watch- man of shepherds; Mrs. Georgia Behrens, installing worthy chaplain; Mrs. Tillie Echternkamp, installing worthy herald; Mrs. Ralph Wittman, installing worthy scribe; Mrs. Gem'ge Buffington, installing worthy organist; and,Mrs. W. B. Dodson and Mrs. Georgia Behrens, installing soloists. The officers elected and appointed were seated in chairs, forming the cross. Sojourner Dan Newton, color bearer, carried the flag, and Mrs. Wenneker led with the pledge to the flag, and the sojourners joined in singing "The Star-Spangled Banner." Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell, worthy high priestess, when installed, was escorted to her station in the East by her nephew, Larry Sparks of St. Joseph. David Martin, watchman of shep- herds, was escorted to his station in the East by his wife, Mrs. Martin. Other elected officers installed were Mrs. James W. Carty, noble profitess: Leon Ensor, associate watchman of shepherds; Mrs. William Baxter, worthy scribe; Mrs. Elsa Howell, worthy treasurer: Mrs. Mary K. Myers, worthy chaplain; Mrs. David Martin, worthy shepherdess: and appointed officers installed were Mrs. Don Stone, worthy herald; James K. Hawkins. second wiseman; William Baxter, third wiseman; William Cary. king; Mrs. William Cary, queen; Mrs. Chester Hinton, second handmaid; Mrs. Edsel Van Ness, third handmaid; Miss Carolyn Dasbach, worthy organ- ist; Mrs. Leon Ensor, worthy guard- ian; Don Stone, worthy guard; Mrs. James K. Hawkins, worthy color bearer; and Mrs. W. B. Dodson, currier. Mrs. Powll introduced her family, a sister. Mrs. Thomas Bohon of St. CHS c"c00sses of '40, '41, '42 plan reunion The Canton High School Class of 1940, 1941, and 1942 will have a reunion Saturday, July 20. Plans have been made for a continental breakfast at 9 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge, followed by a tour of the school and town A dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club. Information is needed on the following graduates: Delbert Henry. Ruth Rodefer, 1942; Jane Howard, Mary Ellen Davis. Vivian Wilkinson, 1941; and Ruby Abel West, Joe Howell, James Hoskins, John Norman and Floyd Porter, 1940. Call Edna Mac Baxter, 314-288-5293, or write 5O7 Clark St., Canton, Mo. 63435. ]ulie Hinton honored at bridal shower Miss Julie Hinton was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower in Marquette Hall in Canton recently. Hostesses were Kellie Rich, Penny Otte. Jennifer Ellison and Patty Ellison. Games were played and prizes won by Terri Tobin and JoAnn Moon. Also attending were Lisa Ludwig and Jessica, Norma Merrell. Adel Merrell. Sidney White, Betty Rickards, Carla Tobin, Jill Davis, Cathy Job, Kim Uhlmeyer, Margaret Gladbach, Cindy Grimes and Lacey, Melinda Pouiter, Jody, Nicki and Wade. Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Uldine Ellison, Ann Priebe, Shelly Wheeler. Sherri Fishback, Kim Lay and Mary Ann Otte. AREA REUNIONS A Ludwig family reunion was held Sunday, April 14, at the Canton American Legion Hall. The family of Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig of Canton was all together for the first time since 1974. Those present were Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Otto and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ludwig, Sr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ludwig, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ludwig and family, Johnnie Shepherd, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. James Ludwig, Jr., and Dan, lr. and Mrs. Gre'g' Ludwig and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ludwig and Chad of Keokuk; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ludwig and family of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin of Catlin, Ill.; Gene O'Dear of Danville, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ludwig of Taylor; Mildred Cleary of Paris, Mo. : Beanka Coons and daughter of Hannibal: and Jim Webster of Wyaconda. James, Mo., a niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sparks of St. Joseph, and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stecher of Festus. Mr. Martin introduced his family, his wife, Henretta, and their son, Earl Martin of St. Louis. Mrs. Bohon presented a special gavel, in behalf of the family, to the worthy high priestess. Easter lilies were presented to Mrs. Powell and Mr. Martin by Mr. and Mrs. Cary in behalf of the new officers. Courtesies were extended to the Jr. Past Worthy High Priestess and Watchman of Shepherds, Mr. and Mrs. CarT,, as they were escorted to the altar to sign the Bible. Special music and appropriate songs were extended the officers and guests. Guests from Hannibal Shrine were Mrs. Nina Burkirk, worthy high priestess: Mrs. Leslie Leggett, past worthy high priestess; and Mrs. Betty Clark and Mrs. Tillie Cash. Guests from Miriam Shrine, No. 3, Quincy were the installing officers and sojourner Raymond Clark, watchman of shepherds; Mrs. Clark, worthy' guardian; and Mrs. Helen Bolin, past worthy high priestess. Officers not present will be installed at the April 24 stated meeting. Mrs. William Baxter, hostess chairman, extended an invitation to all present to a reception following the installation in the dining room. The Bible was closed, and Mrs. Dodson sang the closing prayer. i! MR. AND MRS. DAVID SCHMIDT Wed in Ewing April 13 Miss Elsie Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith of Maywood and the late Carl B. Williams. became the bride of David O. Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Schmidt of Ellisville, Mo., Saturday. April 13. at 2 p.m. in the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ewing The double ring ceremony was performed by Rex'. Patrick Hoffman. Sr. Carol Kopff did the readings. Mrs. Tim Phillips of Quincy was matron of honor. Miss Tammie Vincent, Maywood. and Miss Lisa Ettling, Columbia. were bridesmaids. The attendants wore full length dresses with long sheer sleeves and fitted bodices. Each carried a rose matching the color of the dresses of pink, blue and lavendar. The flower girl, Miss, Crystal Williams, niece of the bride, wore a long dress in pale green. Mrs. Connie Schroeder of Maywood was soloist and Miss Lois Fhnk of Troy was the organist. Karl Schmidt, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Carl Williams, brother of the bride, and Jeffery S. Kram, the bridegroom's cousin of Palo Alto, Calif., were groomsmen. Carl Williams was also the candlelighter. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a victorian style gown with a high neckline of lace and embroidery trimmed in pearls. The long fitted sheer sleeves and close fitting bodice was also trimmed in pearls. The lace tiered ruffled skirt flowed into a cathedral length train. Her headpiece was a lace hat trimmed Engaged The wedding of Mis Tamela J. Kindhart and Douglas N. Perrine will be an event of May 18. Their engagement has been announc- ed by her mother, Mrs. Barbara Kindhart and the late Walter Kindhart of Quincy and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine of Maywood. Miss Kindhart is a 1983 graduate of Columbus Road Baptist School in Quincy and attended Tennessee Tem- ple University. She is employed by Gully Transportation as a secretary. Perrine attended Columbus Road Baptist School. He is employed by Gully Transportation as a truck driver. in sheer lace and the two-tiered bridal illusion veil was decorated with small embroidered white roses. She carried a bouquet of pink, blue and lavendar silk roses accented with baby's breath. Also visible was a small sprig of violets in memory of her maternal grandmother. The reception immediately the ceremony in the reception room of the church. Mrs. Dwight Pape served the three tiered wedding cake which was decorated in the bride's colors and ; topped with two white ceramic birds surrounded by a heart. Punch was served by Mrs. Donald Ruths of Quincy, the bride's cousin. A rehearsal dinner Friday was held at Lum's Restaurant in Hannibal. The couple is in New York after" visiting friends in Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zu'ver. The bride, a 1981 graduate of HighIand High School at Ewing, graduated from Casa Blanca and Barbizon Modeling Schools in St. Louis. She attended Culver-Stockton College where she was a member of Sigma Kappa sorority. Mr. Schmidt, a 1982 graduate of Lafayette High School in Ellisville, also attended Culver-Stockton College. -NO Due to increase in be mailing individual If you have not sent for the upkeep of the friends and loved appreciated by Monticello Howard Box 114, REPORT oF FROM HEARTLAND LaCosta REG. $10,95 Sq. Yd. A hmdlome F.H.A. pproved nylon xo. Charleston REG. S12.60 A heavy F.H.A. a11roved nylon cut g loop with thick kanga back. Farmers & Bank of In at the close of Statement of Resources and Liabilities ASSETS Cash and balances due from depository Noninterest-bearing balances and Interest-bearing balances ......... Securities Federal funds sold and securities agreements to resell in domestic of its Edge and Agreement subsidiarieS, Loans and lease financing receivables: Loans and leases, net of unearned LESS: Allowance for loan and lease Loans and leases, net of unearned allowance, and reserve... Premises and fixed assets (including Other assets .... : ......................... Total assets .............................. LIABILITIES Deposits: In domestic offices .................... "': Noninterest-bearing ........... Interest-bearing ....................... Mortgage indebtedness and obligations capitalized leases .................... Other liabilities ......................... " Total liabilities ........................ '" EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock ....................... Surplus ............................. Undivided profits and capital rves .- Total equity capital ................... -." Total habflities, limited-life preferred SEE DIXIE, UY OR LOIS, THE HEARTLAND CARPET LADLES JANNEY BUILDERS SUPPLY 441 LEWIS ST. - CANTON and equity capital ................ I, Jenny Murphy, Executive Vice declare that this Report of Condition knowledge and belief. ) i i)' i  i : SOCIAL ITEMS Press-News Journa'l, Canton, Mo., MR. AND MRS. RAY TURNER Noted 45th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner of LaBelle were honored on their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 21. with a dinner hosted by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Palmyra. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson. Jennifer, Josh and Kendall of Williamsburg, Mo., Mrs. Larry John- son, Sara and William of Canton, Ralph Johnson of Canton. and Melvin Eisenberg of LaGrange. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Lynn Gorrell and Alan Johnson of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Leann of Elk City. Okla.. also acknowledged the event with a gift. MR. AND MRS. TIMOTHY KELLEY At home in Georgia Miss Ramona Rhoades and Tim6thy Kelley were married at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 30 , in the First Baptist Church in Canton by the Rev. Milton Baumgardner. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Rhoades of Canton. Kelley is the son of Cindy Kelley and Dennis Kelley of St. Joseph. Miss Michelle Genck o! anton was maid of honor and Robert Lima of St. Joseph served as best man. The bride is a 1984 graduate of Canton R-V High School. Mr. Kelley is a 1983 graduate of Central High School in St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley are now at home in Columbus, Ga., where be is serving in the U.S. Army. Golden Rule Shrine installs officers in Canton April 6 Golden Rule Shrine, No. 32, Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, held open installation of officers Saturday eve- ning, April 6, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge in Canton. The retiring Worthy High Priestess, Mrs. William Cary, and Watchman of Shepherds, William Cary, welcomed the guests, and invited the Worthy Chaplain, Mrs. W. B. Dodson, to conduct the Bible ceremony. Mrs. Dan Newton, inviting worthy herald, invited the installing officers and escorts to enter the chapter room. Mrs. Cary introduced the installing officers: Mrs. Emmett Wenneker. installing worthy high priestess: Emmett Wenneker, installing watch- man of shepherds; Mrs. Georgia Behrens, installing worthy chaplain; Mrs. Tillie Echternkamp, installing worthy herald; Mrs. Ralph Wittman, installing worthy scribe; Mrs. Gem'ge Buffington, installing worthy organist; and,Mrs. W. B. Dodson and Mrs. Georgia Behrens, installing soloists. The officers elected and appointed were seated in chairs, forming the cross. Sojourner Dan Newton, color bearer, carried the flag, and Mrs. Wenneker led with the pledge to the flag, and the sojourners joined in singing "The Star-Spangled Banner." Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell, worthy high priestess, when installed, was escorted to her station in the East by her nephew, Larry Sparks of St. Joseph. David Martin, watchman of shep- herds, was escorted to his station in the East by his wife, Mrs. Martin. Other elected officers installed were Mrs. James W. Carty, noble profitess: Leon Ensor, associate watchman of shepherds; Mrs. William Baxter, worthy scribe; Mrs. Elsa Howell, worthy treasurer: Mrs. Mary K. Myers, worthy chaplain; Mrs. David Martin, worthy shepherdess: and appointed officers installed were Mrs. Don Stone, worthy herald; James K. Hawkins. second wiseman; William Baxter, third wiseman; William Cary. king; Mrs. William Cary, queen; Mrs. Chester Hinton, second handmaid; Mrs. Edsel Van Ness, third handmaid; Miss Carolyn Dasbach, worthy organ- ist; Mrs. Leon Ensor, worthy guard- ian; Don Stone, worthy guard; Mrs. James K. Hawkins, worthy color bearer; and Mrs. W. B. Dodson, currier. Mrs. Powll introduced her family, a sister. Mrs. Thomas Bohon of St. CHS c"c00sses of '40, '41, '42 plan reunion The Canton High School Class of 1940, 1941, and 1942 will have a reunion Saturday, July 20. Plans have been made for a continental breakfast at 9 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge, followed by a tour of the school and town A dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club. Information is needed on the following graduates: Delbert Henry. Ruth Rodefer, 1942; Jane Howard, Mary Ellen Davis. Vivian Wilkinson, 1941; and Ruby Abel West, Joe Howell, James Hoskins, John Norman and Floyd Porter, 1940. Call Edna Mac Baxter, 314-288-5293, or write 5O7 Clark St., Canton, Mo. 63435. ]ulie Hinton honored at bridal shower Miss Julie Hinton was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower in Marquette Hall in Canton recently. Hostesses were Kellie Rich, Penny Otte. Jennifer Ellison and Patty Ellison. Games were played and prizes won by Terri Tobin and JoAnn Moon. Also attending were Lisa Ludwig and Jessica, Norma Merrell. Adel Merrell. Sidney White, Betty Rickards, Carla Tobin, Jill Davis, Cathy Job, Kim Uhlmeyer, Margaret Gladbach, Cindy Grimes and Lacey, Melinda Pouiter, Jody, Nicki and Wade. Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Uldine Ellison, Ann Priebe, Shelly Wheeler. Sherri Fishback, Kim Lay and Mary Ann Otte. AREA REUNIONS A Ludwig family reunion was held Sunday, April 14, at the Canton American Legion Hall. The family of Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig of Canton was all together for the first time since 1974. Those present were Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Otto and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ludwig, Sr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ludwig, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ludwig and family, Johnnie Shepherd, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. James Ludwig, Jr., and Dan, lr. and Mrs. Gre'g' Ludwig and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ludwig and Chad of Keokuk; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ludwig and family of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin of Catlin, Ill.; Gene O'Dear of Danville, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ludwig of Taylor; Mildred Cleary of Paris, Mo. : Beanka Coons and daughter of Hannibal: and Jim Webster of Wyaconda. James, Mo., a niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sparks of St. Joseph, and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stecher of Festus. Mr. Martin introduced his family, his wife, Henretta, and their son, Earl Martin of St. Louis. Mrs. Bohon presented a special gavel, in behalf of the family, to the worthy high priestess. Easter lilies were presented to Mrs. Powell and Mr. Martin by Mr. and Mrs. Cary in behalf of the new officers. Courtesies were extended to the Jr. Past Worthy High Priestess and Watchman of Shepherds, Mr. and Mrs. CarT,, as they were escorted to the altar to sign the Bible. Special music and appropriate songs were extended the officers and guests. Guests from Hannibal Shrine were Mrs. Nina Burkirk, worthy high priestess: Mrs. Leslie Leggett, past worthy high priestess; and Mrs. Betty Clark and Mrs. Tillie Cash. Guests from Miriam Shrine, No. 3, Quincy were the installing officers and sojourner Raymond Clark, watchman of shepherds; Mrs. Clark, worthy' guardian; and Mrs. Helen Bolin, past worthy high priestess. Officers not present will be installed at the April 24 stated meeting. Mrs. William Baxter, hostess chairman, extended an invitation to all present to a reception following the installation in the dining room. The Bible was closed, and Mrs. Dodson sang the closing prayer. i! MR. AND MRS. DAVID SCHMIDT Wed in Ewing April 13 Miss Elsie Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith of Maywood and the late Carl B. Williams. became the bride of David O. Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Schmidt of Ellisville, Mo., Saturday. April 13. at 2 p.m. in the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ewing The double ring ceremony was performed by Rex'. Patrick Hoffman. Sr. Carol Kopff did the readings. Mrs. Tim Phillips of Quincy was matron of honor. Miss Tammie Vincent, Maywood. and Miss Lisa Ettling, Columbia. were bridesmaids. The attendants wore full length dresses with long sheer sleeves and fitted bodices. Each carried a rose matching the color of the dresses of pink, blue and lavendar. The flower girl, Miss, Crystal Williams, niece of the bride, wore a long dress in pale green. Mrs. Connie Schroeder of Maywood was soloist and Miss Lois Fhnk of Troy was the organist. Karl Schmidt, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Carl Williams, brother of the bride, and Jeffery S. Kram, the bridegroom's cousin of Palo Alto, Calif., were groomsmen. Carl Williams was also the candlelighter. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a victorian style gown with a high neckline of lace and embroidery trimmed in pearls. The long fitted sheer sleeves and close fitting bodice was also trimmed in pearls. The lace tiered ruffled skirt flowed into a cathedral length train. Her headpiece was a lace hat trimmed Engaged The wedding of Mis Tamela J. Kindhart and Douglas N. Perrine will be an event of May 18. Their engagement has been announc- ed by her mother, Mrs. Barbara Kindhart and the late Walter Kindhart of Quincy and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine of Maywood. Miss Kindhart is a 1983 graduate of Columbus Road Baptist School in Quincy and attended Tennessee Tem- ple University. She is employed by Gully Transportation as a secretary. Perrine attended Columbus Road Baptist School. He is employed by Gully Transportation as a truck driver. in sheer lace and the two-tiered bridal illusion veil was decorated with small embroidered white roses. She carried a bouquet of pink, blue and lavendar silk roses accented with baby's breath. Also visible was a small sprig of violets in memory of her maternal grandmother. The reception immediately the ceremony in the reception room of the church. Mrs. Dwight Pape served the three tiered wedding cake which was decorated in the bride's colors and ; topped with two white ceramic birds surrounded by a heart. Punch was served by Mrs. Donald Ruths of Quincy, the bride's cousin. A rehearsal dinner Friday was held at Lum's Restaurant in Hannibal. The couple is in New York after" visiting friends in Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zu'ver. The bride, a 1981 graduate of HighIand High School at Ewing, graduated from Casa Blanca and Barbizon Modeling Schools in St. Louis. She attended Culver-Stockton College where she was a member of Sigma Kappa sorority. Mr. Schmidt, a 1982 graduate of Lafayette High School in Ellisville, also attended Culver-Stockton College. -NO Due to increase in be mailing individual If you have not sent for the upkeep of the friends and loved appreciated by Monticello Howard Box 114, REPORT oF FROM HEARTLAND LaCosta REG. $10,95 Sq. Yd. A hmdlome F.H.A. pproved nylon xo. Charleston REG. S12.60 A heavy F.H.A. a11roved nylon cut g loop with thick kanga back. Farmers & Bank of In at the close of Statement of Resources and Liabilities ASSETS Cash and balances due from depository Noninterest-bearing balances and Interest-bearing balances ......... Securities Federal funds sold and securities agreements to resell in domestic of its Edge and Agreement subsidiarieS, Loans and lease financing receivables: Loans and leases, net of unearned LESS: Allowance for loan and lease Loans and leases, net of unearned allowance, and reserve... Premises and fixed assets (including Other assets .... : ......................... Total assets .............................. LIABILITIES Deposits: In domestic offices .................... "': Noninterest-bearing ........... Interest-bearing ....................... Mortgage indebtedness and obligations capitalized leases .................... Other liabilities ......................... " Total liabilities ........................ '" EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock ....................... Surplus ............................. Undivided profits and capital rves .- Total equity capital ................... -." Total habflities, limited-life preferred SEE DIXIE, UY OR LOIS, THE HEARTLAND CARPET LADLES JANNEY BUILDERS SUPPLY 441 LEWIS ST. - CANTON and equity capital ................ I, Jenny Murphy, Executive Vice declare that this Report of Condition knowledge and belief. )