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BY MRS. CECIL MC FAE)OEN attend .of in-law tire ano Mrs. attended at the last week. Bar- DeCoster, re- from the The new of Richard 1962 graduate school and in space University of will be the law firm and Austin in Mrs. Keith Garner ;Pent Wednesday Springfield Marla, a Missouri ty and Marla home. ran and Mrs. spent Satur- in St. Louis guests in Frances a Culver- meeting Hachtei and end with Wife, Mr. and t Chtel, Laurie, m Florissant. who of last her ankle, hospital in morning. s 5439B. Fuqua of eve- the home of Pizza Hut Sunday for Mothers Day. Afternoon and evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFarland and sons of Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gull- foil and Ruth of St. Charles were Saturday supper guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Trivia Boulware. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Dimmitt were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Douglass, Stacey and Kelly in Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. DonBurke and Jamie visited Sturday and Sunday with their son-in- law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Michael Brandenburger and Jill in Roadhouse. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parker were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clam and sons of Mediapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Willis and Robert of Redstone Arsenal, Ala., arrived May 6 to visit his mother, Mrs. Charles Willis in Canton and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brammer and family in Kahoka. Mrs. Willis enter- tained at dinner Saturday in honor of the birthdays of her daughters-in-law, Mrs. Harold Willis of Quincy and Mrs. Stanley Willis. Others present were Harold Willis, Marc and Deanna of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Willis and Heather and Mrs. Myrtle Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. James Carty visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Orville Dickey. Joe Wiskirchen entered St. Mary hospital in Quincy Monday afternoon. Mrs. Learn Backer was a Mothers Day dinner guest in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watts, Karen and Larry of Spring- field spent the week end with her grandmother, Mrs. Basil Glisan. Sunday Mrs. Glisan had phone calls from her son, Glennon Glisan of St. Charles and her granddaughters, Mrs. Pamela Eckler of Renton, Wash., and Mrs. Ellen Thro of Chicago. Mrs. Michael Ellison and Mark of St. Peters visited Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiskirchen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall and Susan of Higginsville and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Adams of Champaign visited Satur- day and Sunday with Mrs. S. J. Lillard. Other dinner guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Newton McCutchan, Curt and Mary. Mrs. Fannie Jackson was a dinner guest Mothers Day in the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hous- man and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Randy John- son and Beth of Quincy were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael McFadden and Heath and Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David were Sun- day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parker visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stuckman in Quincy. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Orville Dickey Dale Gradel of Rock Island were Mr. and Mrs. Steve spent Saturday with his Ingold and Mr. and Mrs. Bob mother, Mrs. Hy Gradel to Bardnoko and Donnie of wish her a happy Mothers Athens, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Day. Dick Ingold, Stevie, Rickie Mrs. Mac Brumbaugh enter- and Laura Ann of Springfield. ed Blessing hospital in Quincy The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Titian, is a CANTON SE10R 1970 graduate of C-S College. Mrs. Allen's sisters, Mrs. /CTIZ[$ , Virginia Morton of Jackson, Mo., Dr. and Mrs. Edward Exercise classes are held on Reichman of St. Louis and Wednesday at 10 a.m Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Farnham , Nutrition meals are served . of Cincinnati, O., and her Monday through Friday. Call son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Betty Shuman 3498, Sidney and Mrs. Martin Schafer and White 4443, or the Center 36,33 family of Schofield, Wisc., all for reservations. stayed at the Fireside Motel. Virginia Green is coming Mrs. Allen accompanied the each Tuesday morning at 9:30 Reichmans to St. Louis Sun- to help organize a band. day and she returned home Coming Events: Tuesday. May 19, birthday carry-in Mr. and Mrs. Lee St. Clair May :)2, ceramics, 9-4. spent Sunday with their May 24, tale painting class, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 1:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. and Mrs. Steve Withers and The Health Fair will be held RIVERBOAT DINN R THEATR Andy in Quincy. They attend- Friday, May 26, from 10 a.m. ed services at Central Baptist to 10 p.m. at the Lewis County church and had dinner with Fairgrounds near Lewistown. Sgt. Joe Wilson Scott Kenner Debbte Hoffman them at the Mark Twain C S graduates restaurant. Scott Howe is Ten Lewis Co Mrs. Paul Bixler was a m Wednesday evening visitor in nanled to the home of Mrs. Louise Ten Lewis County residents exercises at Culver-Stockton Among the 101 degree Cowgill. Mrs. Trivia Boulware re- Phi Beta Kappa are among the 101 prospective College. candidates are Robin Brown, turned home Friday after two Scott Howe of Canton was graduates who will participate The commencement pro- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. weeks visit with her son-inlaw initiated into Alpha Chapter of in Saturday's commencement gram will begin at 10:30 in Marvin Hinkle, Canton; Scott Alexander Campbell Auditor- Kenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phi Beta Kappa at the Vandals wreck ium. U.S. Senator John Dan- Grant Kenner, Canton; Greg George Adams at Springfield. University of Missouri, Fri- Other visitors while she was day, May 12. Those elected to forth will be the commence- Stephenson, son of Mr. and there were her son-in-law and Phi Beta Kappa must rank in g0Jf course ment speaker. Mrs. G. W. Stephenson, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the upper 3 percent of their ip The Rev. Walter MacGow- Canton; Benjamin Walker of Leonard Greathouse, Gaines- graduating class and pass a equ me[it an, minister of the Union Canton; Deborah Walker, villa, and her granddaughter, close scrutiny of their record. Avenue Christian Church of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Joan Boutware of St. He will enter law school at the Vandals struck the River- St. Louis. will give the Bernard Walker, Canton; Joe James. Mrs. Marvin Zenge University of Michigan, May view Golf Course over the address at baccalaureate Her- Wilson; Ted Wolf; and Janice visited from Wednesday to 30. weekend according to Canton vices beginning at 8:30 p.m. Stevenson. Those attending the care- Police Department reports. Friday in the auditorium. Expected to complete their Friday and accompanied her many from Lewis County Vandals broke into an equip- degree requirements this sum- mother home. Tina George was a Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard ment storage shed doing mar but participating in dinner guest in the home of Howe, Dale and Tracy, and approximately $800 damage to by Alderman Roy Thirtyacre, Saturday's commencement Mrs. Louise Cowgill. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bondurant one tractor and removing and carried with the only are Earl Myers of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyell McFad- of LaBelle. another tractor from the dissenting vote cast by Alder- Debbie Hoffman, daughter of building. The second tractor man Logsdon. Mr. and Mrs. George Haft- den of Worthington, Mo., and ='m-mcao-mE'l'8'D/Np/ was later found in the area. Also approved was a land man, Canton. his brother, Edward McFad-  Also taken was a flag used to transfer with Missouri Power den of Plantation, Fla., visited   mark the second green at the and Light Co. Currently, MPL CANTON Monday with their cousin and golf course, owns one lot of land at the wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bradley Linker, a Culver- proposed Brammer factory lt,#l Ile McFadden. EdwardMcFad- CANTCON' MO Stockton College student re- site. The city has preposed a Sl)rary00}000021jrUl)llC den stayed over night and left THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 ported his car was struck by trade of the lot for land Tuesday night for his home in home of Mr. and Mrs. another car while parked located behind the old city Florida. Kenneth Kroencke, Kris and behind Shannon-Hall on the power plant. Mark were Mrs. Emma Culver-Stockton campus. Can- Alderwoman Nancy Wilson KroencKe and Mr. and Mrs. ton police reports indicate of the 2nd Ward presented a Written in the Leeway " .... "- "" ___: : ,:,, 4:00 to 9:OOpam. Sundays _ pnl "--- 8:00a.m. tO BIG Bob Kroencke of Hannibal. approximately $100 in damage motion for the repeal of the It has been called to my Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danker was done to the right rear city wheel tax. Mrs. Wilson attention that I goofed when I and Mr. and Mrs. Claude fender and bumper of the car called the tax a "nuisance" wrote about the hours the Long visited Sunday afternoon in the incident last week. and the cause of many library is open in the morn- Mrs. A. N. Allen went to Sunday morning, with Henry Wiegand and Mr. Coundl so .o00o, and Mrs. Ran Wiegand in i repeal would cost the city myself. The library is closed Chicago May 4 to attend the Bill Tuley of Jefferson City Kahoka. (Continued from page la) approximately $3,800 yearly in all day Monday and is open Rayl, wedding of her niece, Miss was a supper guest Monday of Mr.'and Mrs. John Slater, street funds. The motion Tuesday through Saturday of Kirks- Mary Tiffen, and Alan Wad: last week in the home of Mr. Tracie and Jody helped change request from residen- passed without opposition, and from 10 a.m. until noon. mother Mrs. leigh May 6 in the Immanuel and Mrs. Fred Danker. surprise Mrs. Elizabeth Slater tial to central business district will be in effect after January While at the library this dinner 'at the Methodist church in Skokie. Sunday dinner guests in the: of Hull for Mothers Day. A of property on the west side of 1, 1979. week .I picked up another t,     : ,  '-a'-i I ' carry-it)supper was held 5thstreet, between Clark and Two bids wexe received for prba,k-,hatAamrding : : / ; ] : ;: ,d:[utitiy*':eiring  in" Hull. College Streets. * "a new pick-uptruck for" t this week, THE SENATOR by '' ';' '  :'  ) " Others attending were Mr. The change was prompted water department. A debate Drew Pearson. This book was ' and Mrs. Gerald Vogel and by the sale of the building between Alderman Burke and on the bestseller list for tab re P y! pli th * i Durham and Mr. and Mrs. of Dr. J. A. Schlepphorst to on whether the truck needed manipulations and strategy of WiI| s t e for your Their rt children and David Slater of that housed the former offices Mayor Edwin Frye followed months. It tells Of the Tom Brown and children of Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Book; to he equipped withfour-wheel getting a bill before the TICK TS Shelbyville' and Mary and wh PrlPe*' pen a drive" Burke said the fur" te'"ar cst t the men HALF PRIC Mattrice of Hull. package liquor store--- It wheel drive was needed to and tO the nation. This book Mrs. Robert McFarland and was discovered because of transport materials and men was selected as a book offered sons of Hamilton visited with present zoning lawS, it is ot to the new waterplant which by the Literary Guild. 1 her grandmother, Mrs. Julia required to undergo a goning will be located on a steep hill.  Aot,her book I have just , Van Tress Friday and attend- change. The council Voted a 3-3 tie to picked up is SONG OF In connection with the I I ed funeral services for Mich- purchase the truck and Mayor SOLOMON by Toni Morrison. i!Ii ael Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. zoning change issue, the Frye cast the deciding no This book creates a magical ;: TO THE GOLDEN EAGLE Ronnie Rayl and children of council voted to transfer the vote. New bids for a two- world out of four generations Kirksville called on his grand- package liquor license from wheel drive truck will be of black life in America. What mother, Mrs. Julia Van Tress, Phyllis Off to Mavis Book to sought before the next council made me pick up this book is Thursday and also called at operate the store, meeting, that Ms. Morrison wrote the Arnold Funeral home that City Attorney Smith pre- All members of the city "Sula'", which I thoroughly , evening, sented a revision of the fire council were present for the enjoyed. Have fun readifig. Will decorate your graves code in the business district to three-hour meeting. LW -.* for Memorial DaY, Janet's update the older code. The Green House, LaGrange. new code would allow the use , of a wider variety of building Mr. and Mrs. Robert Otte, materials and to bring the city Cindy and Penny entertained code up to date with modern \\; Tuesday night with a barbe- building practices. The revirr qua. Those attending were ion was passed, along with @ Mr. and Mrs. Keith Otte and praise for the city attorrmy's Brian of Quincy and Mr. and work in preparing the needed Mrs. Mark Otte, Amber and revision. I Heath. The occasion was in Smith briefed the city Chocolate or Butter Pecan $|Gal celebration of the birthdays of council on a protest of the Let Canton State Bank take you to dinner and the theatre for half Penny and Mrs. Keith Otte prevailing wage rate set for Ice Cream... 3 for s3 * price! Take advantage of our special offer to any of the exciting and the wedding anniversary Lewis County. The protest is musicals, melodramas or vaudeville revues on the Golden Eagle of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Otte. being brought by the City of Ma. with pure whipping cream Dr. and Mrs. Guy Cooper Canton before the Labor and Riverboat Dinner Theatre this season! hosted a carry-in supper last Industrial Relations Commis- Pure GaL . Saturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Burger who are siGn in regard to the Brim- Orange Juice 00eg. *1  89 mar Manufacturing plant to . , * If YOu're a BIG "C" saver, lust add $]50 or more to your account. For leaving to go to Washington. be built in Canton. -- Fo/Io0000I InSl00m Only -- each $25 deposit, you'll get a special half-price admission to any show, Those attending were Dr. and Following some discussion enjoy a superb dinner, with all seating by reservation. Mrs. Tom Shrout, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Erickson, Mr. and on whether the city should file the protest for the June 1 Sally Ann 1 Lb. Loaf 29" Mrs. Richard Holmes, Dr. hearing, Alderman Donald Bread ., 3 for 79' If YOu don'frhave a BIG "C" account, open one today, for $150 and Carolyn Kane, David Williford Burke moved the city continue * " " " " * " " " and Miss Carol Jo Sandy of with preparing for the hear- Grade A Large Dozen qualify for this special ticket offer. Canton and Dr. and Mrs. ing. The motion was seconded Edward Sawyer of Quincy. Eggs 55 You'll be "C.ing'" a fine show, and be saving at the same time, all ........ While your BIG "C" savings ,accunt .rns interest for you, x" Canton Theatre "' Grade A Medium. . . ..Dzen.50 Friday. Saturday. Sunday Lge Hot Fudge  Reg. 81 = Sundae 69" ..... i SHOW TIME: 7:30 P'M" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " Offer not good in conjunction with any other all=count offer. I Ill II "  A Carl Reiner Film tabu 39' Ha rgers . 3 for '1 . , ., * ..* * *  * ;"/* .  Frozen Gal. nton State I . ,,,Punch............, DETER'S =7=o. DAIRY BY MRS. CECIL MC FAE)OEN attend .of in-law tire ano Mrs. attended at the last week. Bar- DeCoster, re- from the The new of Richard 1962 graduate school and in space University of will be the law firm and Austin in Mrs. Keith Garner ;Pent Wednesday Springfield Marla, a Missouri ty and Marla home. ran and Mrs. spent Satur- in St. Louis guests in Frances a Culver- meeting Hachtei and end with Wife, Mr. and t Chtel, Laurie, m Florissant. who of last her ankle, hospital in morning. s 5439B. Fuqua of eve- the home of Pizza Hut Sunday for Mothers Day. Afternoon and evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFarland and sons of Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gull- foil and Ruth of St. Charles were Saturday supper guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Trivia Boulware. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Dimmitt were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Douglass, Stacey and Kelly in Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. DonBurke and Jamie visited Sturday and Sunday with their son-in- law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Michael Brandenburger and Jill in Roadhouse. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parker were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clam and sons of Mediapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Willis and Robert of Redstone Arsenal, Ala., arrived May 6 to visit his mother, Mrs. Charles Willis in Canton and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brammer and family in Kahoka. Mrs. Willis enter- tained at dinner Saturday in honor of the birthdays of her daughters-in-law, Mrs. Harold Willis of Quincy and Mrs. Stanley Willis. Others present were Harold Willis, Marc and Deanna of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Willis and Heather and Mrs. Myrtle Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. James Carty visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Orville Dickey. Joe Wiskirchen entered St. Mary hospital in Quincy Monday afternoon. Mrs. Learn Backer was a Mothers Day dinner guest in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watts, Karen and Larry of Spring- field spent the week end with her grandmother, Mrs. Basil Glisan. Sunday Mrs. Glisan had phone calls from her son, Glennon Glisan of St. Charles and her granddaughters, Mrs. Pamela Eckler of Renton, Wash., and Mrs. Ellen Thro of Chicago. Mrs. Michael Ellison and Mark of St. Peters visited Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiskirchen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall and Susan of Higginsville and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Adams of Champaign visited Satur- day and Sunday with Mrs. S. J. Lillard. Other dinner guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Newton McCutchan, Curt and Mary. Mrs. Fannie Jackson was a dinner guest Mothers Day in the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hous- man and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Randy John- son and Beth of Quincy were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael McFadden and Heath and Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David were Sun- day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parker visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stuckman in Quincy. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Orville Dickey Dale Gradel of Rock Island were Mr. and Mrs. Steve spent Saturday with his Ingold and Mr. and Mrs. Bob mother, Mrs. Hy Gradel to Bardnoko and Donnie of wish her a happy Mothers Athens, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Day. Dick Ingold, Stevie, Rickie Mrs. Mac Brumbaugh enter- and Laura Ann of Springfield. ed Blessing hospital in Quincy The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Titian, is a CANTON SE10R 1970 graduate of C-S College. Mrs. Allen's sisters, Mrs. /CTIZ[$ , Virginia Morton of Jackson, Mo., Dr. and Mrs. Edward Exercise classes are held on Reichman of St. Louis and Wednesday at 10 a.m Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Farnham , Nutrition meals are served . of Cincinnati, O., and her Monday through Friday. Call son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Betty Shuman 3498, Sidney and Mrs. Martin Schafer and White 4443, or the Center 36,33 family of Schofield, Wisc., all for reservations. stayed at the Fireside Motel. Virginia Green is coming Mrs. Allen accompanied the each Tuesday morning at 9:30 Reichmans to St. Louis Sun- to help organize a band. day and she returned home Coming Events: Tuesday. May 19, birthday carry-in Mr. and Mrs. Lee St. Clair May :)2, ceramics, 9-4. spent Sunday with their May 24, tale painting class, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 1:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. and Mrs. Steve Withers and The Health Fair will be held RIVERBOAT DINN R THEATR Andy in Quincy. They attend- Friday, May 26, from 10 a.m. ed services at Central Baptist to 10 p.m. at the Lewis County church and had dinner with Fairgrounds near Lewistown. Sgt. Joe Wilson Scott Kenner Debbte Hoffman them at the Mark Twain C S graduates restaurant. Scott Howe is Ten Lewis Co Mrs. Paul Bixler was a m Wednesday evening visitor in nanled to the home of Mrs. Louise Ten Lewis County residents exercises at Culver-Stockton Among the 101 degree Cowgill. Mrs. Trivia Boulware re- Phi Beta Kappa are among the 101 prospective College. candidates are Robin Brown, turned home Friday after two Scott Howe of Canton was graduates who will participate The commencement pro- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. weeks visit with her son-inlaw initiated into Alpha Chapter of in Saturday's commencement gram will begin at 10:30 in Marvin Hinkle, Canton; Scott Alexander Campbell Auditor- Kenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phi Beta Kappa at the Vandals wreck ium. U.S. Senator John Dan- Grant Kenner, Canton; Greg George Adams at Springfield. University of Missouri, Fri- Other visitors while she was day, May 12. Those elected to forth will be the commence- Stephenson, son of Mr. and there were her son-in-law and Phi Beta Kappa must rank in g0Jf course ment speaker. Mrs. G. W. Stephenson, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the upper 3 percent of their ip The Rev. Walter MacGow- Canton; Benjamin Walker of Leonard Greathouse, Gaines- graduating class and pass a equ me[it an, minister of the Union Canton; Deborah Walker, villa, and her granddaughter, close scrutiny of their record. Avenue Christian Church of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Joan Boutware of St. He will enter law school at the Vandals struck the River- St. Louis. will give the Bernard Walker, Canton; Joe James. Mrs. Marvin Zenge University of Michigan, May view Golf Course over the address at baccalaureate Her- Wilson; Ted Wolf; and Janice visited from Wednesday to 30. weekend according to Canton vices beginning at 8:30 p.m. Stevenson. Those attending the care- Police Department reports. Friday in the auditorium. Expected to complete their Friday and accompanied her many from Lewis County Vandals broke into an equip- degree requirements this sum- mother home. Tina George was a Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard ment storage shed doing mar but participating in dinner guest in the home of Howe, Dale and Tracy, and approximately $800 damage to by Alderman Roy Thirtyacre, Saturday's commencement Mrs. Louise Cowgill. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bondurant one tractor and removing and carried with the only are Earl Myers of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyell McFad- of LaBelle. another tractor from the dissenting vote cast by Alder- Debbie Hoffman, daughter of building. The second tractor man Logsdon. Mr. and Mrs. George Haft- den of Worthington, Mo., and ='m-mcao-mE'l'8'D/Np/ was later found in the area. Also approved was a land man, Canton. his brother, Edward McFad-  Also taken was a flag used to transfer with Missouri Power den of Plantation, Fla., visited   mark the second green at the and Light Co. Currently, MPL CANTON Monday with their cousin and golf course, owns one lot of land at the wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bradley Linker, a Culver- proposed Brammer factory lt,#l Ile McFadden. EdwardMcFad- CANTCON' MO Stockton College student re- site. The city has preposed a Sl)rary00}000021jrUl)llC den stayed over night and left THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 ported his car was struck by trade of the lot for land Tuesday night for his home in home of Mr. and Mrs. another car while parked located behind the old city Florida. Kenneth Kroencke, Kris and behind Shannon-Hall on the power plant. Mark were Mrs. Emma Culver-Stockton campus. Can- Alderwoman Nancy Wilson KroencKe and Mr. and Mrs. ton police reports indicate of the 2nd Ward presented a Written in the Leeway " .... "- "" ___: : ,:,, 4:00 to 9:OOpam. Sundays _ pnl "--- 8:00a.m. tO BIG Bob Kroencke of Hannibal. approximately $100 in damage motion for the repeal of the It has been called to my Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danker was done to the right rear city wheel tax. Mrs. Wilson attention that I goofed when I and Mr. and Mrs. Claude fender and bumper of the car called the tax a "nuisance" wrote about the hours the Long visited Sunday afternoon in the incident last week. and the cause of many library is open in the morn- Mrs. A. N. Allen went to Sunday morning, with Henry Wiegand and Mr. Coundl so .o00o, and Mrs. Ran Wiegand in i repeal would cost the city myself. The library is closed Chicago May 4 to attend the Bill Tuley of Jefferson City Kahoka. (Continued from page la) approximately $3,800 yearly in all day Monday and is open Rayl, wedding of her niece, Miss was a supper guest Monday of Mr.'and Mrs. John Slater, street funds. The motion Tuesday through Saturday of Kirks- Mary Tiffen, and Alan Wad: last week in the home of Mr. Tracie and Jody helped change request from residen- passed without opposition, and from 10 a.m. until noon. mother Mrs. leigh May 6 in the Immanuel and Mrs. Fred Danker. surprise Mrs. Elizabeth Slater tial to central business district will be in effect after January While at the library this dinner 'at the Methodist church in Skokie. Sunday dinner guests in the: of Hull for Mothers Day. A of property on the west side of 1, 1979. week .I picked up another t,     : ,  '-a'-i I ' carry-it)supper was held 5thstreet, between Clark and Two bids wexe received for prba,k-,hatAamrding : : / ; ] : ;: ,d:[utitiy*':eiring  in" Hull. College Streets. * "a new pick-uptruck for" t this week, THE SENATOR by '' ';' '  :'  ) " Others attending were Mr. The change was prompted water department. A debate Drew Pearson. This book was ' and Mrs. Gerald Vogel and by the sale of the building between Alderman Burke and on the bestseller list for tab re P y! pli th * i Durham and Mr. and Mrs. of Dr. J. A. Schlepphorst to on whether the truck needed manipulations and strategy of WiI| s t e for your Their rt children and David Slater of that housed the former offices Mayor Edwin Frye followed months. It tells Of the Tom Brown and children of Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Book; to he equipped withfour-wheel getting a bill before the TICK TS Shelbyville' and Mary and wh PrlPe*' pen a drive" Burke said the fur" te'"ar cst t the men HALF PRIC Mattrice of Hull. package liquor store--- It wheel drive was needed to and tO the nation. This book Mrs. Robert McFarland and was discovered because of transport materials and men was selected as a book offered sons of Hamilton visited with present zoning lawS, it is ot to the new waterplant which by the Literary Guild. 1 her grandmother, Mrs. Julia required to undergo a goning will be located on a steep hill.  Aot,her book I have just , Van Tress Friday and attend- change. The council Voted a 3-3 tie to picked up is SONG OF In connection with the I I ed funeral services for Mich- purchase the truck and Mayor SOLOMON by Toni Morrison. i!Ii ael Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. zoning change issue, the Frye cast the deciding no This book creates a magical ;: TO THE GOLDEN EAGLE Ronnie Rayl and children of council voted to transfer the vote. New bids for a two- world out of four generations Kirksville called on his grand- package liquor license from wheel drive truck will be of black life in America. What mother, Mrs. Julia Van Tress, Phyllis Off to Mavis Book to sought before the next council made me pick up this book is Thursday and also called at operate the store, meeting, that Ms. Morrison wrote the Arnold Funeral home that City Attorney Smith pre- All members of the city "Sula'", which I thoroughly , evening, sented a revision of the fire council were present for the enjoyed. Have fun readifig. Will decorate your graves code in the business district to three-hour meeting. LW -.* for Memorial DaY, Janet's update the older code. The Green House, LaGrange. new code would allow the use , of a wider variety of building Mr. and Mrs. Robert Otte, materials and to bring the city Cindy and Penny entertained code up to date with modern \\; Tuesday night with a barbe- building practices. The revirr qua. Those attending were ion was passed, along with @ Mr. and Mrs. Keith Otte and praise for the city attorrmy's Brian of Quincy and Mr. and work in preparing the needed Mrs. Mark Otte, Amber and revision. I Heath. The occasion was in Smith briefed the city Chocolate or Butter Pecan $|Gal celebration of the birthdays of council on a protest of the Let Canton State Bank take you to dinner and the theatre for half Penny and Mrs. Keith Otte prevailing wage rate set for Ice Cream... 3 for s3 * price! Take advantage of our special offer to any of the exciting and the wedding anniversary Lewis County. The protest is musicals, melodramas or vaudeville revues on the Golden Eagle of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Otte. being brought by the City of Ma. with pure whipping cream Dr. and Mrs. Guy Cooper Canton before the Labor and Riverboat Dinner Theatre this season! hosted a carry-in supper last Industrial Relations Commis- Pure GaL . Saturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Burger who are siGn in regard to the Brim- Orange Juice 00eg. *1  89 mar Manufacturing plant to . , * If YOu're a BIG "C" saver, lust add $]50 or more to your account. For leaving to go to Washington. be built in Canton. -- Fo/Io0000I InSl00m Only -- each $25 deposit, you'll get a special half-price admission to any show, Those attending were Dr. and Following some discussion enjoy a superb dinner, with all seating by reservation. Mrs. Tom Shrout, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Erickson, Mr. and on whether the city should file the protest for the June 1 Sally Ann 1 Lb. Loaf 29" Mrs. Richard Holmes, Dr. hearing, Alderman Donald Bread ., 3 for 79' If YOu don'frhave a BIG "C" account, open one today, for $150 and Carolyn Kane, David Williford Burke moved the city continue * " " " " * " " " and Miss Carol Jo Sandy of with preparing for the hear- Grade A Large Dozen qualify for this special ticket offer. Canton and Dr. and Mrs. ing. The motion was seconded Edward Sawyer of Quincy. Eggs 55 You'll be "C.ing'" a fine show, and be saving at the same time, all ........ While your BIG "C" savings ,accunt .rns interest for you, x" Canton Theatre "' Grade A Medium. . . ..Dzen.50 Friday. Saturday. Sunday Lge Hot Fudge  Reg. 81 = Sundae 69" ..... i SHOW TIME: 7:30 P'M" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " Offer not good in conjunction with any other all=count offer. I Ill II "  A Carl Reiner Film tabu 39' Ha rgers . 3 for '1 . , ., * ..* * *  * ;"/* .  Frozen Gal. nton State I . ,,,Punch............, DETER'S =7=o. DAIRY