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iiJLWli_ " - __ ' 1.1  ' " - : tborhood News PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2009. PAGE 7 Missouri military members ARMSE visits may still be owed money from State Capitol l0000]Clubs 2006 life insurance settlement On March 25, 2009, Jim LWML Rally :: The Missouri Depart- Theagreementbetween O Bryan and David Day, , The. Lutheran Wom- meat of Insurance says the insurance company and  representing the Associa- en, s, lvllsonary Leag  tlon of Retired Mmsoun .......... military service members the states followed allega- .... LLWlVIL) Kaity was neJc .in the state may be owed tions that American-Ami- ---r-.,lTmnlnvP -taRMu-l/, ..o-,,; april 25 at Trimty. . Lutheran some of the $2.3 million cable and its two affiliates ited the State Capitol. While Church, Lomslana, Mo. dollars still unclaimed violated insurance and con- at the Capitol, O'Bryan The event was hosted from a national settlement sumer protection laws in and Day visited with Rep- by Good Shepard Ladies in 2006 with a life insur- the sale and marketing of  resentative Rachel Bringer Guild, Bowling Green, Me.. ance company. Missouri life insurance products to  and toured the Capitol and and Trinity Ladies Society. the Thomas Hart Benton Mrs. Wyvetta Menke wel- was one of 46 states that members of the U.S. mill- STATE CAPITOL VISIT - Pictured from left to right: Murals. "I appreciated the corned fifty-one members. settled with American- tary. Amicable Life Insurance "More than 14.000 ARMSE representatives David Day, Jim O'Bryan and opportunity to discuss the three pastors and one guesl Rep. Rachel Bringer Company of Texas and two service men and women lack of public testimony from the Missouri District- of its affiliates - Pioneer nationwide are still owed allowed during the budget Northeast Zone. American Insurance Corn- money from this settle- Art Gallery displays "A Stitch process with the ARMSE Pastor Richard Thur led piny and Pioneer Security meat, and it's our hope that members, and I am hope- the opening worship. Life Insurance Company. this online search feature in Time and Space" ful the process will im- The National LWM[ The National Asso- will help them access the prove next year," said Rep. Convention will be in Port- elation of Insurance Corn- money they're entitled to," Canton Area Arts found objects. Titus's Bringer. land, Oregon, June 25-28. missioners (NAIC) has said John M. Huff, director Council welcomes the work has been juried and The Fall Zone Rally will be installed a search feature of the Missouri Department work of fiber artist Ann exhibited in several states piecing and hand work. In October 24, 2009 with hosts on its Web site, , of Insurance, Financial In- Miller Titus for"A Stitch in throughout the Midwest: addition to her affiliation St. John's Vandalia, Me.. allowing service members stitutions and Professional Time and Space" a gallery Quilt America!, Indianapo- with the River Road Fi- and Trinity, Center, Me. to enter their first and last Registration (DIFP). show opening at the CAAC lis, Indiana: in Iowa at the ber Artists, Titus is also a Those attending name to see if they are Consumers without Gallery (309 Lewis Street, Fort Madison Art Center member of the Great River from St. Peter's Luthera eligible for compensation Interact access can get as- Canton, Missouri) with a and the KeokukArt Center, Artisans Cooperative and Church, LaGrange were: under the settlement. The sistance from the DIFP by public reception on Friday, winning a first place, sec- the Quincy Quilting Guild. Marilyn Boyer, Sarah M. link is on the left-hand side calling the Insurance Con- May 8th at 6:30 pm. end place and honorable "A Stitch in Time and Feldkamp, Pastor Paul and of the Web page and says sumer Hotline at 1-800- Ann Miller Titus has mention in their Area Show Space" runs in the CAAC Shirley Lohse, Phyllis Mer- "Military Servicemember 726-7390. been stitching since she in 2004: in Missouri at the Gallery during weekend rell, DawnNeil, Alice Solt- Policyholder Search." was a little girl, when her Historic Shaw Art Fair in hours through May 23, er, Adeline Travis, Maxine grandmother gave her a Saint Louis: and in Illinois 2009. Canton Area Arts Wolfmeyer. printed cross stitch sampler at the Mary S. Oakley Art- Council is associated with to embroider. In the mid ists Showcase in Quincy, the Missouri Arts Council. Press-News Journal 1980's, she began mak- the Quincy Needlework- The CAAC Gallery is in a Motto - in the early ing wall quilts and while ers Stitches in Time quilt space adjacent to and pro- years of the each consisted of three lay- show, John Wood Corn- vided by the Canton State ers hand stitched together, munity College in Quincy, Bank. newspaper they differed significantly the Quincy Medical Group "Pledged but to truth, . from traditional quilt de- and at Quincy Universi- ViSIt OUt website signs. Nearly twenty years ty's Gray Gallery. In 2008 liberty and law" later, Titus joined the River her piece, "Ingold II" was www.oress- "No Favor Sways Us, Road Fiber Artists where awarded Best of Show at she began to experiment the Midsummer Arts Faire newsjournal.com No Fear Shall Awe" with a wide variety of sur- in Quincy and in that same face design techniques to year, her work "Up to the alter textiles, still honoring Barn" was awarded second "- her quilt making roots by place in the Mary S. Oak- WANTED I continuing to stitch layers ley Artists Showcase. Pictures of LaGrange people, places, NOSTALGIA NIGHT - A smaller turn out than other of fabric together. Titus teaches a vari- years for the Nostalgia Night at Canton R-V. Pictured Most recently, her work ety of surface design tech- events, vets, weddings, ere.for the are some of the Canton R-V students dancing to live has reflected her interest niques, including fabric music with guests of an older generation, with mapping and graph- discharge, use of disperse Picture of LaGrange Display ing. Layers of dyed fabrics dyes, image transfer, and onMay 16, noon to 4:oop.m. and paper create a series of felt making. Titus also IT YAP AL[ [A0N imaginary spaces charted teaches traditional quilt Contact Rita Cox, John Solter, Myrna APVETI$1; YOUP.S IN THE by lines of stitching, making classes and is re- These spaces are spected for her precision FF.ESS-NEW00;JOUF.NAL brightened through the use of vintage fabrics and ae Appreciation Days "Help LaGrange Shine in 2009" May 14, May 15, and May 16 All Events in Washington Park except Parade and Rope Pull Thursday May 14 5:30 p.m. Ice cream social (Girl Scouts) (shelter house)L? 6:30 p.m. IntroductiOn of LaGrange 2009 Royalty 7:00 p.m. Miss LaGrange/Jr. Miss LaGrange Pageant Friday. May 15 5:00 p.m. Green C'fiapel (2hurch Fish Fry 6:00 p.m. Toddler contest 7:00 p.m. Music by Gary Bunch Saturday. May 16 9:00 a.m. Parade (Main Street - line up 8:00 a.m. Casino East lot) 11:00 a.m. Rope Pull (downtown) Washington Park Events ALL DAY: Rock climbing wall, petting zoo, games, food vendors, crafts, booths, prizes and cash raffles, inflatables and other entertainment. Car Show - Registration 8 a.m. -12. Judging 12-3:00 p.m Noon: Baby contest Picture Show (Youth Center) noon-4:00 pm A large display offfhotographs past and present of LaGrange and LaGrange Citizens and events. Quilt Show (Youth center) noon-4:00 p.m. Featuring a quilt with over 100 Major League  baseball players autographs / 2:00 p.m. Entertainment/talent show 4:00 p.m. LaGrange Outstanding Citizens named Car Show winners announced 4:00 p.m. Meal serving pork, chips, drink, cake 7:00 p.m. Spratt Family Singers Sunday; 4:-7:00 Supper at Christian Church (donation) Everyone is welcome. The public is encouraged to bring their lawn chairs. Vendors and parade entries are still being accepted. Contact LaGrange City Hall or Mike Lowe.