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IAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, 1985, Page 5b j" j. + !: q It / MRS. TED LANTZ wed April 20 Kroeger. Hlnkle was in charge of the gifts. William Ron Lantz attended his brother as [the bride of best man. Groomsmen were David and Mrs. Raleigh and Jeff Houghton. Ushers at 3 pm were David Kroeger and Terry Queen of Kroeger, brothers of the bride. Ewing The The recephon as held at the Quincy performed Mall Commumt) Room from 7 to 11 pm The couple ill live in LaGrange. and The bride ts a 1984 graduate of The Highland High .School and a t by her graduate of Qmncy Beauty Academy. The groom is a 1982 graduate of the brads, Highland High School and a 1984 i Garner and graduate of Bailey Technical School in the bride. St Louis. He is employed by Friedlein Broadcast Electronzcs in Quincy as an MicbeLle electromc technic|an We April 8 in presided Ann Kempe "Boo. Penn e Pire Penn you from for their article, Missouri Phillips an decided to Reader's Prairie Penn. reported will LaBelle Ewing District May 4 at issued. President of the of Club of hour for arrive. TwaiJ I as a time a time of He to help of Mental County wit collect, sober met Extension called to Petefish anizations It was mentioned that 4-H club assessments are due Government Day will be May 16. Each club should choose three delegates and one alternate at least 13 years old. Achievenent Day will be June 18 Paint is still available if any club wants to pant the display risers at the fairgrounds as a project Improvements for the lunchroom were d'm. The meeting adjourned. The next meeting will be Jure 17, Monticello Extemsion Club The Monticello Extension Club held its April 18 meetin R with Mrs. Betty Fee. Mrs. Fee gave the devotional, "'When The Going Gets Rough" by John W. Schmt. Roll caJJ*was. "What improvements I could make in home and yard." A tour was made of Mrs. Fee's new home m construction at Canton. Discussions were made by members in regards to Rally Day to be held May 7. Memherspresem were Mrs. R. Bowls, Mrs. W. Little, Mrs. L. Brown, Mrs. R. Ward, Mrs. C. stice and Mrs. K Plant. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. C Stice May I7. River-view Extension Club The Riverview Extension Club met with Mrs. J V. Lasswell in Canton April t9, with 14 members present, The meeting-was called to order by Pres. Purvtne with '*Pledge to the Flag,, Pres. Purvine gave a report on the Legislative Day in Jefferson City she had attended. Three club members, Lona Mc- Campbell, Carmaleta Nichols and Jean Purvine attended the Mark Twain Area Educational Fair hem in Moberly March 28. They gave a report. Plans for RaLly Day May 7, to be held at e umted Methodist Church in Canton, were discussed. "Din program for the day was a book review by Mildred Glover on "The History of New Harmony, Indlana." She added points of interest mt she had spent several days there while on vacation. The May meeting will be "l'm Sick of Cooking, Let's Eat Out." After a noon luncheon at a restaurant, the A S N T S archery the,hoot that the limited to shoot interdkt board. available Center,. if to Area Girl Scout Council to meet in Canton May 4 The Golden Eagle Riverboat in Canton will be the site for the Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council's annual meeting May 4. Beverly Hood. council president, will preside at the morning business meeting with a luncheon, and special recognitions to be presented in the afternoon. The film, *'Reach For Tomorrow" will be shown and the Canton Girl Scouts are in charge of the cfosing ceremony. The Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council's annual meeting is open to the public, and registration will be at 9:45 am For more information or to make reservations contact Jean Purvines, Canton community chairman, 288-3861, or Jo Cooley, LaGrange community chairman. 543. Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council serves 16 counties in Northeast Missouri and is a participating United Way Agency. regular meeting will be with Frances Nichols. An International program will be gwen. The meeting closed with Club Collect. Thefriendship offering was taken, Refreshments of punch and cookies was served by the hostess. Ewhtg TOPS 840 Ewing TOPS held its weekly meeting on April 18 at the Senior Housing Center. A 27% pound loss was reported by weight recorder Leslie Fox. Loser of the week was IAnda Cramer. Each week one member will be asked to either bring an article or game pertaining to weight loss. Contest ends next Thursday. The meeting closed with the TOPS pledge. Anyone wanting to shed a few pounds for summer stop by the Ewing Senior Housing at 7 p.m. and attend a meeting on Thursday night. LaGrange-Canton V.F.W. The LaGrange-Canton V.F.W. Post 4083 met Saturday, April 20, at the Canton Legion Hall. President Mary Dean Farr called the meetmg to order. Election of officers for 1985-86 was held during the business meeting. New business discussed included plans for a flea-craft market and ice cream social at Martin Park in August. It was agreed to send a $15 donation to the P.B.M. Jr., Study Club for the Missing Children's Seminar on June 1. Community activities included send- ing birthday cards to veterans in local nursing homes. V.F.W+ Auxiliary cookbooks are still being sold for $450 each. The profit from cookbook sales will go to the ambulance district for the purchase of a CPR practice mannequin. Installation of officers will be held at the next meeting, May 3, 7:30 p.m. IUM Afternoon Circle The Afternoon Circle of Immanuel United Methodist Church in Canton met Wednesday, April 17, at 1:30 p.m. in the Educational Building. Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs. Mary Belle Baxter, were present. I.,ucille Gorreli conducted the business meeting and Jean Calvert was program leader. Her topic was "How Should I Pray." A very interesting and informative presentation was followed by group discussion. She closed with prayer. Delicious refreshments of several kinds of homemade cookies, mints, peanuts, coffee and tea were served by hostesses Elizabeth McCutcban and Nancy B. Horn. C.W.F. Group 2 Mrs. Emmett Johnson was hostess to C.W.F. Group 2, Wednesday afternoon, April 17, with 15 members. Mrs. Bill Cary, vice-pres., opened the meeting with all repeating the MR. AND MRS. KENNETH POWERS Kenneth Powers" to celebrate 25th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Powers of LaGrange will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a family dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Akers and Bra(L Mr. and Mrs. Powers were married April 30, 1960, in the Wayland Baptist Church by Rev. Kenneth Sordan. Kenneth Winters and Pat Riney Winters were the attendants. Mrs+ Powers is the former Sue Bond, daught6'r of Mrs+ Ruby" Peterson and Forest Bond of Canton. Powers is the son of Roscoe Powers of Canton and the late Isabeli Pow, ers. The couple has three children: Mrs. Robert tTamie Snow and Mrs. Larry (Becky) Akers, both of LaGrange, and Kent powers of the home. They have two grandchildren. powers is employed by the City of LaGrange and Mrs. Powers is employed by American Safety at Palmyra. They are members of the Presbyterian Church. C.W.F. prayer and conducted the bu meeting. mother-danghter dessert will he held Sunday, May 5, at 3:30 p.m. Tickets will be available Sun., April 28, or Elaine Lee or Erma Johnmm may be called for reservations. Mrs. Mary H. Powell, Miss Carol Jo Sandy and Mrs. Dean Hood attended the Leaders Training Meeting in Palmyra Sunday, April 14. The May mee*An will be a  o'clock salad luncheon. The place will be announced later. Hilltop Exteulms The Hilltop Extension Club met Tuesday, April 16, in the home of Marie Murphy. The meeting was opened with the club collect. Ethel Brandt read, "At Day's End," for the devotion Roll call was answered by 14 members with a recipe exchange. The president, Hazel Wolf meyer, read the minutes from the County Extension Homemaker Association, telling about the Rally Day to be held May 7 at 9:30 a.m. in the Methodist Church, Canton, witha salad luncheon at the noon hour. Bingo was played, prizes going to Laura Bradahaw, Alice Hoyes, and Ethel Brandt. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be May 21 in the home of Bazel Wolfmeyer. Mary Ruth Carney WMS The Mary Ruth Carney WMS met Tuesday afternoon, April 16, at 2 with 8 members present. The meeting opened with the WMS mag of the year, "O Lord Who Came To Earth To Show," and the WMS Watchword, I John 3:18. The call to prayer was taken from Act 15:1-2 and 12-10, followed with syer. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Nadme Lupardus. It was voted to send $5 to a seminary student in Texas. Letters were read from the Baptist Childrens Home and the Baptist Home for the Aged. The program, "Who Are Baptist 'IN {0001JIqTlff' Make Painting Worth fl00e Effort STANDARD MACHINE CO. OF CANTON Women," was given by Mrs. Bessie St. Clair. The meeting cimed with prayer by Mrs. Paealle don. Lkmess Clsb Lewistown Lioness Club met April It, in the home of Lule Ovetreet, with Lucille and Monica Cunmngham as hostesses, for the resqalar meqing. The meeting wan opened with the pledge to the American Flag. Linda Rout was introduced and welcomed as a guest. Reports were made on a very successful blood coon at Highland High School. "lYe ha__rtng van screened 43 persons with 5 referred to a qualified audiologist for further evaluation+ Participation was not as large as hoped for due to the inclement weather. Egg art sales were reported and money turned in. The club voted to participate in the Lewis County Area of Aging annual Holiday Gift Show. A letter from the Dogs for the Blind, concerning their program, was read. Club members voted to give a donation to the city of Lewistown for electricity used by the hearpng van. The May basket project was discussed with a committee appointed to make plans for making the baskets. The club will be assisting the Lewistown Garden Club with a bake sale April 27, with proceeds going to the Senior Citizens Meals Program. Election of officers was held with the following results: Mary Kay Myers, president; Monica CunnLngham, vice president; Lucille Overstreet, secret- ary; Bonnie Brown, treasurer; Bessie Martin, .l:onjS, - tamer; Cherie Ewalt, tail twister; Jean Bugh, director for one year. Meeting was adjourned with refresh- ments served by the hostesses. The next meeting will he held at the home of Mary Kay Myers with the District Lioness Chairman making his annual visit. Canton BPW The Canton Business and Profession- al Women's Club held their regular monthly meeting Thursday, April l l, with a earry4n dinner at 6:30 p,m. at the Legion Hall. The World Affairs committee was hostess, Mrs. Edith Giddens and Carolyn Dasbach were assisted by Mrs. Louise Wright and Mrs. Jessie Day. Table decorations were items from all over the world that Carolyn Dasbach had gotten from her many travels to other countries. She told and where they came from. Hazel Huston introduced George Lee, professor from Culver-Stockton College, who gave a very interesting program on Nicaragua. He gave four options for discussion: I - Keep up pressure on Cuba. 2 - Negotiate renewal of diplomatic relations and embargo. 3 - Use all possible means, including military, to protect Central American from Cuba. 4 - Involve Cuba in negotiations over Central America. A discussion was held on aH four options. The business meati followed the program with Pres. Phyllis ding. Prea, Alderton appointed Jean and Hazel Huston to present the initiation and installation cermnony at the May 9 meeting. Pres. A]derton presented her officers for the past two years with a gift or their cooperation with her while abe served as president. Susie Himmell and Margie Knapp were guests. The club has three new members: Amy Job, Donna Pickens, and Susie Himmell. State convention will be held nt Breckenridge Concotwse Hotel in St. s April 2S-2S. May 9 meeting will be the Young Careerist Committee, Jean Purvines, Jean Frye, Pat Hardin and Donna Pickens. The Young Careerist entry, Beth Ridgely, who has served aa rmmer up at District 4 conference, will give her presentation as she did in Louisiana, Mo., in September. Anyone interested in becoming a BPW member may join now so they can be initiated at the May 9 meeting. Canton Civic Club-" The Canton Civic Club met at Helen Carroll's home April 16 at 7:30 p.m. Pres. Mary Ann Hamilton opened the meeting by all repeating the flag pledge in unison. Twenty members were present. Marilyn Job is a new member. Kathaleen Miller thanked the club for the book given to the Public Library in memory of her husband, Bud Miller. Mary Ann Hamilton gave a report on the coming workshop, entitled "Awareness Weekend for Missing Children" which starts in Canton June Ist and will also be in the surrotmding area in towns near Canton. She stated the Canton Civic Club will help spommr the community announcements con- cerning the project, She bad poster samples to advertise the activity to show the club. Kathaleen Miller was in charge of the program for the Civic Club meeting. The guest speaker was Donna Pickens, R. N., Administrator of the Home Health Agency at Monticello, She gave a very interesting and informative talk concerning all the home services that her office provides and they are available to infants, children of school age, the elderly, the teenagers. Some programs, she explained, were prenatal cafm education for tgi++z+ + the home when it is needed, immunization shots for children, tests for eyes and blood pre"=sure and a lot of other home care, which, if it's offered, is free+ But it has to follow certain guide lines of eligibility. If eligible it is free and much of it i$ reimbursed, partly by medicare payments+ The next Civic Club meeting will be May 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Missouri Territory Restaurant. Jean Purvines and Louise Bailey are on the program committee for the evening, New Improved (Ou/ckStart Plan UP TO IN TWO 'WEEKS OUR FASTEST I)IET PLAN EVERI OUR LOWEST PRICE EVERt Meeting Fee .... $ 6.00 Registration Fee..$14.00 TOTAL ..... $20.00 YOU PAY ONLY..$ 7.00 V0U SAVE ..... $13.0 LIMITED TIME ONLY WrdlGHT 00HBJ DIAL 1-800-223-SLIM Nm vl  l m+mOl who rn+ on* mlng. 1 CANTON LEGION HALL 6:30 PM Monday i I i IAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, 1985, Page 5b j" j. + !: q It / MRS. TED LANTZ wed April 20 Kroeger. Hlnkle was in charge of the gifts. William Ron Lantz attended his brother as [the bride of best man. Groomsmen were David and Mrs. Raleigh and Jeff Houghton. Ushers at 3 pm were David Kroeger and Terry Queen of Kroeger, brothers of the bride. Ewing The The recephon as held at the Quincy performed Mall Commumt) Room from 7 to 11 pm The couple ill live in LaGrange. and The bride ts a 1984 graduate of The Highland High .School and a t by her graduate of Qmncy Beauty Academy. The groom is a 1982 graduate of the brads, Highland High School and a 1984 i Garner and graduate of Bailey Technical School in the bride. St Louis. He is employed by Friedlein Broadcast Electronzcs in Quincy as an MicbeLle electromc technic|an We April 8 in presided Ann Kempe "Boo. Penn e Pire Penn you from for their article, Missouri Phillips an decided to Reader's Prairie Penn. reported will LaBelle Ewing District May 4 at issued. President of the of Club of hour for arrive. TwaiJ I as a time a time of He to help of Mental County wit collect, sober met Extension called to Petefish anizations It was mentioned that 4-H club assessments are due Government Day will be May 16. Each club should choose three delegates and one alternate at least 13 years old. Achievenent Day will be June 18 Paint is still available if any club wants to pant the display risers at the fairgrounds as a project Improvements for the lunchroom were d'm. The meeting adjourned. The next meeting will be Jure 17, Monticello Extemsion Club The Monticello Extension Club held its April 18 meetin R with Mrs. Betty Fee. Mrs. Fee gave the devotional, "'When The Going Gets Rough" by John W. Schmt. Roll caJJ*was. "What improvements I could make in home and yard." A tour was made of Mrs. Fee's new home m construction at Canton. Discussions were made by members in regards to Rally Day to be held May 7. Memherspresem were Mrs. R. Bowls, Mrs. W. Little, Mrs. L. Brown, Mrs. R. Ward, Mrs. C. stice and Mrs. K Plant. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. C Stice May I7. River-view Extension Club The Riverview Extension Club met with Mrs. J V. Lasswell in Canton April t9, with 14 members present, The meeting-was called to order by Pres. Purvtne with '*Pledge to the Flag,, Pres. Purvine gave a report on the Legislative Day in Jefferson City she had attended. Three club members, Lona Mc- Campbell, Carmaleta Nichols and Jean Purvine attended the Mark Twain Area Educational Fair hem in Moberly March 28. They gave a report. Plans for RaLly Day May 7, to be held at e umted Methodist Church in Canton, were discussed. "Din program for the day was a book review by Mildred Glover on "The History of New Harmony, Indlana." She added points of interest mt she had spent several days there while on vacation. The May meeting will be "l'm Sick of Cooking, Let's Eat Out." After a noon luncheon at a restaurant, the A S N T S archery the,hoot that the limited to shoot interdkt board. available Center,. if to Area Girl Scout Council to meet in Canton May 4 The Golden Eagle Riverboat in Canton will be the site for the Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council's annual meeting May 4. Beverly Hood. council president, will preside at the morning business meeting with a luncheon, and special recognitions to be presented in the afternoon. The film, *'Reach For Tomorrow" will be shown and the Canton Girl Scouts are in charge of the cfosing ceremony. The Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council's annual meeting is open to the public, and registration will be at 9:45 am For more information or to make reservations contact Jean Purvines, Canton community chairman, 288-3861, or Jo Cooley, LaGrange community chairman. 543. Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council serves 16 counties in Northeast Missouri and is a participating United Way Agency. regular meeting will be with Frances Nichols. An International program will be gwen. The meeting closed with Club Collect. Thefriendship offering was taken, Refreshments of punch and cookies was served by the hostess. Ewhtg TOPS 840 Ewing TOPS held its weekly meeting on April 18 at the Senior Housing Center. A 27% pound loss was reported by weight recorder Leslie Fox. Loser of the week was IAnda Cramer. Each week one member will be asked to either bring an article or game pertaining to weight loss. Contest ends next Thursday. The meeting closed with the TOPS pledge. Anyone wanting to shed a few pounds for summer stop by the Ewing Senior Housing at 7 p.m. and attend a meeting on Thursday night. LaGrange-Canton V.F.W. The LaGrange-Canton V.F.W. Post 4083 met Saturday, April 20, at the Canton Legion Hall. President Mary Dean Farr called the meetmg to order. Election of officers for 1985-86 was held during the business meeting. New business discussed included plans for a flea-craft market and ice cream social at Martin Park in August. It was agreed to send a $15 donation to the P.B.M. Jr., Study Club for the Missing Children's Seminar on June 1. Community activities included send- ing birthday cards to veterans in local nursing homes. V.F.W+ Auxiliary cookbooks are still being sold for $450 each. The profit from cookbook sales will go to the ambulance district for the purchase of a CPR practice mannequin. Installation of officers will be held at the next meeting, May 3, 7:30 p.m. IUM Afternoon Circle The Afternoon Circle of Immanuel United Methodist Church in Canton met Wednesday, April 17, at 1:30 p.m. in the Educational Building. Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs. Mary Belle Baxter, were present. I.,ucille Gorreli conducted the business meeting and Jean Calvert was program leader. Her topic was "How Should I Pray." A very interesting and informative presentation was followed by group discussion. She closed with prayer. Delicious refreshments of several kinds of homemade cookies, mints, peanuts, coffee and tea were served by hostesses Elizabeth McCutcban and Nancy B. Horn. C.W.F. Group 2 Mrs. Emmett Johnson was hostess to C.W.F. Group 2, Wednesday afternoon, April 17, with 15 members. Mrs. Bill Cary, vice-pres., opened the meeting with all repeating the MR. AND MRS. KENNETH POWERS Kenneth Powers" to celebrate 25th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Powers of LaGrange will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a family dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Akers and Bra(L Mr. and Mrs. Powers were married April 30, 1960, in the Wayland Baptist Church by Rev. Kenneth Sordan. Kenneth Winters and Pat Riney Winters were the attendants. Mrs+ Powers is the former Sue Bond, daught6'r of Mrs+ Ruby" Peterson and Forest Bond of Canton. Powers is the son of Roscoe Powers of Canton and the late Isabeli Pow, ers. The couple has three children: Mrs. Robert tTamie Snow and Mrs. Larry (Becky) Akers, both of LaGrange, and Kent powers of the home. They have two grandchildren. powers is employed by the City of LaGrange and Mrs. Powers is employed by American Safety at Palmyra. They are members of the Presbyterian Church. C.W.F. prayer and conducted the bu meeting. mother-danghter dessert will he held Sunday, May 5, at 3:30 p.m. Tickets will be available Sun., April 28, or Elaine Lee or Erma Johnmm may be called for reservations. Mrs. Mary H. Powell, Miss Carol Jo Sandy and Mrs. Dean Hood attended the Leaders Training Meeting in Palmyra Sunday, April 14. The May mee*An will be a  o'clock salad luncheon. The place will be announced later. Hilltop Exteulms The Hilltop Extension Club met Tuesday, April 16, in the home of Marie Murphy. The meeting was opened with the club collect. Ethel Brandt read, "At Day's End," for the devotion Roll call was answered by 14 members with a recipe exchange. The president, Hazel Wolf meyer, read the minutes from the County Extension Homemaker Association, telling about the Rally Day to be held May 7 at 9:30 a.m. in the Methodist Church, Canton, witha salad luncheon at the noon hour. Bingo was played, prizes going to Laura Bradahaw, Alice Hoyes, and Ethel Brandt. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be May 21 in the home of Bazel Wolfmeyer. Mary Ruth Carney WMS The Mary Ruth Carney WMS met Tuesday afternoon, April 16, at 2 with 8 members present. The meeting opened with the WMS mag of the year, "O Lord Who Came To Earth To Show," and the WMS Watchword, I John 3:18. The call to prayer was taken from Act 15:1-2 and 12-10, followed with syer. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Nadme Lupardus. It was voted to send $5 to a seminary student in Texas. Letters were read from the Baptist Childrens Home and the Baptist Home for the Aged. The program, "Who Are Baptist 'IN {0001JIqTlff' Make Painting Worth fl00e Effort STANDARD MACHINE CO. OF CANTON Women," was given by Mrs. Bessie St. Clair. The meeting cimed with prayer by Mrs. Paealle don. Lkmess Clsb Lewistown Lioness Club met April It, in the home of Lule Ovetreet, with Lucille and Monica Cunmngham as hostesses, for the resqalar meqing. The meeting wan opened with the pledge to the American Flag. Linda Rout was introduced and welcomed as a guest. Reports were made on a very successful blood coon at Highland High School. "lYe ha__rtng van screened 43 persons with 5 referred to a qualified audiologist for further evaluation+ Participation was not as large as hoped for due to the inclement weather. Egg art sales were reported and money turned in. The club voted to participate in the Lewis County Area of Aging annual Holiday Gift Show. A letter from the Dogs for the Blind, concerning their program, was read. Club members voted to give a donation to the city of Lewistown for electricity used by the hearpng van. The May basket project was discussed with a committee appointed to make plans for making the baskets. The club will be assisting the Lewistown Garden Club with a bake sale April 27, with proceeds going to the Senior Citizens Meals Program. Election of officers was held with the following results: Mary Kay Myers, president; Monica CunnLngham, vice president; Lucille Overstreet, secret- ary; Bonnie Brown, treasurer; Bessie Martin, .l:onjS, - tamer; Cherie Ewalt, tail twister; Jean Bugh, director for one year. Meeting was adjourned with refresh- ments served by the hostesses. The next meeting will he held at the home of Mary Kay Myers with the District Lioness Chairman making his annual visit. Canton BPW The Canton Business and Profession- al Women's Club held their regular monthly meeting Thursday, April l l, with a earry4n dinner at 6:30 p,m. at the Legion Hall. The World Affairs committee was hostess, Mrs. Edith Giddens and Carolyn Dasbach were assisted by Mrs. Louise Wright and Mrs. Jessie Day. Table decorations were items from all over the world that Carolyn Dasbach had gotten from her many travels to other countries. She told and where they came from. Hazel Huston introduced George Lee, professor from Culver-Stockton College, who gave a very interesting program on Nicaragua. He gave four options for discussion: I - Keep up pressure on Cuba. 2 - Negotiate renewal of diplomatic relations and embargo. 3 - Use all possible means, including military, to protect Central American from Cuba. 4 - Involve Cuba in negotiations over Central America. A discussion was held on aH four options. The business meati followed the program with Pres. Phyllis ding. Prea, Alderton appointed Jean and Hazel Huston to present the initiation and installation cermnony at the May 9 meeting. Pres. A]derton presented her officers for the past two years with a gift or their cooperation with her while abe served as president. Susie Himmell and Margie Knapp were guests. The club has three new members: Amy Job, Donna Pickens, and Susie Himmell. State convention will be held nt Breckenridge Concotwse Hotel in St. s April 2S-2S. May 9 meeting will be the Young Careerist Committee, Jean Purvines, Jean Frye, Pat Hardin and Donna Pickens. The Young Careerist entry, Beth Ridgely, who has served aa rmmer up at District 4 conference, will give her presentation as she did in Louisiana, Mo., in September. Anyone interested in becoming a BPW member may join now so they can be initiated at the May 9 meeting. Canton Civic Club-" The Canton Civic Club met at Helen Carroll's home April 16 at 7:30 p.m. Pres. Mary Ann Hamilton opened the meeting by all repeating the flag pledge in unison. Twenty members were present. Marilyn Job is a new member. Kathaleen Miller thanked the club for the book given to the Public Library in memory of her husband, Bud Miller. Mary Ann Hamilton gave a report on the coming workshop, entitled "Awareness Weekend for Missing Children" which starts in Canton June Ist and will also be in the surrotmding area in towns near Canton. She stated the Canton Civic Club will help spommr the community announcements con- cerning the project, She bad poster samples to advertise the activity to show the club. Kathaleen Miller was in charge of the program for the Civic Club meeting. The guest speaker was Donna Pickens, R. N., Administrator of the Home Health Agency at Monticello, She gave a very interesting and informative talk concerning all the home services that her office provides and they are available to infants, children of school age, the elderly, the teenagers. Some programs, she explained, were prenatal cafm education for tgi++z+ + the home when it is needed, immunization shots for children, tests for eyes and blood pre"=sure and a lot of other home care, which, if it's offered, is free+ But it has to follow certain guide lines of eligibility. If eligible it is free and much of it i$ reimbursed, partly by medicare payments+ The next Civic Club meeting will be May 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Missouri Territory Restaurant. Jean Purvines and Louise Bailey are on the program committee for the evening, New Improved (Ou/ckStart Plan UP TO IN TWO 'WEEKS OUR FASTEST I)IET PLAN EVERI OUR LOWEST PRICE EVERt Meeting Fee .... $ 6.00 Registration Fee..$14.00 TOTAL ..... $20.00 YOU PAY ONLY..$ 7.00 V0U SAVE ..... $13.0 LIMITED TIME ONLY WrdlGHT 00HBJ DIAL 1-800-223-SLIM Nm vl  l m+mOl who rn+ on* mlng. 1 CANTON LEGION HALL 6:30 PM Monday i I i