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!! i l I) BY MRS, H, J. WENNEKER Family receives !word on death of Wayne Hall Mrs. Dent Wenneker receiv- ed word Sunday morning of the death of her brother, Wayne Hall of Detroit, Mich. Mr. Hall, formerly of the Nelsonville vicinity, had been ill for some time and had been . hospitalized the past three months. He was a son of the late John and Blanche Hall. Besides Mrs. Wenneker, be is survived by his widow, the former Inez Goodwin, a sister, : Mrs. Stella Brown of Farm- ington Hills, Mich., six chil- dren, a number of grandchil- dren and other relatives. Mrs. 'Wenneker and members of the family flew to Michigan for the funeral. The soup and pie supper sponsored by the Senior Housing Committee on Friday was well attended. Mrs. Gary Herst entered Blessing hospital in Quincy Monday for tests. Her mother, Mrs. Jerome Campbell of : Milton, is staying in the home and looking after the children. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snod- =grass of Palmyra visited her .mother, Mrs. Jennie Crist Saturday afternoon. Their son, : Gary, is a patient in St. Mary : hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentz !:have enjoyed a week's vaca- tion visit from their son, Terry M. Lentz of Colton, !Calif. He also visited his sister, Mrs. Danny Mittleburg : and family. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Whitak- er and Vickey were Friday supper guests of their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent =Thrasher, Carl and Chad at Bethel. The 1st birthday of Chad was celebrated. Several of Mr. Thrashers relatives wei-e also present. Relatives and friends re- ceived word of the death of Harold Zuspann of Quincy who lived here in his youth. He was the son of William and Lora Brown Zuspann and they lived on a farm south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wen- MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY Multi-million dollare corpor- ation is looking for one person to assume manage- ment position in the Lewis County area. Income $18,500 and up first year for qualified person. QUALIFICATIONS: Must be bondable, have excellent references, be financially stable, and live in the Lewis Co. area. Prefer age 25 or over with sales and management background. • BENEFITS: Will be calling on estab- lished accounts; will have group insurance; will have retirement benefits; plus opportunity for rapid ad- vancement. For confidential inter- view, send complete res- ume, Martin Kocher, 801 Hazel St., Hannibal, Mo. 63401, no later than May 26, 1978. II neker of Green City and their grandsons, Michael and Bryan of Kirksville,. made their mothers a Mothers Day visit Saturday, bringing them nice rememberances. They were morning and evening callers in the Wenneker home and dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Kell near LaGrange. Mrs. Austin Herst called her mother Saturday to tell her she had planned to come for Mothers Day. However, she had been at Bloomington with her daughter Mrs. Jim Shee- han, who had been ill and again hospitalized. Mrs. Shee- han was better when she called. Mothers Day was nicely observed at the Ewing churches Sunday morning with the pastors bringing messages suitable to the day. At the First Baptist, Mrs. Laura Willows received a potted blooming geranium for being the oldest mother present, Mrs. Denise Stan- bridge, the youngest mother, and Mrs. Vei'na Wallace, the mother present with the most children. Each mother was given a potted foliage plant: At First Assembly, the mothers were called to the front of the church and given a potted blooming petunia. Evening services were dis- missed so all could attend the Baccalaureate service at High land High school. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones of Maywood and their daugh- ter, Mrs. Wanda Henry and daughter Kim of Barksdale, La., were Friday visitors with Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Laura Willows. Later that afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Willows of Hannibal and their daughter, Mrs. Barbara Green and children of Mexico visited his mother. They were pre-Mothers Day visits. Mr. and . BSfl Whitak- er and Vickey, Lavern Whit- aker, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker and Steve, also Mick Thrasher were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Thrasher, Carl and Chad at Bethel. The men gave Mr. Thrasher some assistance on the new home he is buiiding. Mrs. Lucille Kelly has returned to her home after recuperating from illness in the home of a daughter at Orion, Ill., and also was hospitalized part of that time. Nicky Goings received a very bad cut on his arm while at the home of his grandmoth- er, Mrs. Winnie Goings. His uncle, Don Goings, took him to the emergency room at St. Mary hospital in Quincy. It was bleeding very badly and required a number of stitches to close the gash. The family of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raines Wiseman had a family get together and dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Marly Wiseman, Marty Jr., and Patty, who are visiting here from Reno, Nevada. It was held at the elementary school. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Kroeger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiseman and son, Kenneth Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wallace and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wallace and son, Mr. and Open H0use SUNDAY, MAY 21 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. 807 Lewis St., Canton If you want old fashion living space with all the comforts of the newest of homes - this Is the place for you. This lovely older home has been €ompleteLy remodeled cmd insulated within the past monks, and fo thrss big bedrooms with walk4n closets, a fornl.d dining room with 10 ft. cellina and unusual chandelier lihtinti, new kitchen cabinets with butcher block counters, ng, vlnte woodwork and many other features that must be seen. A lot f house for $19,900. For a private showing call Bob Veatch at 816-42.$415. (Usting 1021) Bower Gallery of Homes Mh dl MaMa, Quincy, ifl. Ph. 217.224. ISH Mrs. Mike Scott and son, Mrs. Cheryl Ames and child, Tucker Olson, Roger Potter, Mrs. Lynn Long, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wiseman and Troy, Mrs. Linda Bradshaw and Dana, Kevin Buswell, Dan Simmons, and Martin Wise- man. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Buswell and Willis. Mrs. Jerry Bridges of Palmyra, DDG of the 15th District, made her official visit to the Star of Bethlehem Chapter No. 104 of Ewing Thursday evening. Mrs. Geo- rgeann Epperson, worthy ma- tron, presented the district deputy with a money corsage, a gift from the chapter. Miss Jan Shults was initiated into the order. Refreshments were served. Visitors were from Hannibal, Philadelphia, Pal- myra and Monticello and were welcomed by Mrs. Zpperson, and Bill Shults, worthy pa- tron. Mrs. Jennie Crist attended the Mother-Daughter banquet ,with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Snodgrass, at Lewis- town Saturday night. It was sponsored by the Baptist church, and was held in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Laura Willows was a dinner guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Vfrgil Willows Mothers Day. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Turner and children visited Mrs. Willows. They had also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner in Lewistown. Mrs. Carol Snodgrass, Kar- en, Peggy and Paul of Jacksonville were Mothers Day dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Crist. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Puls, Billy and Monica of Palmyra were also callers and ate strawber- ries and ice cream. They also made his mother, Mrs. Eva- lena Puls, a short visit. : Will decorate your graves for Memorial Day, Janet's Green House, LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Ruth and Andy of Mexico came Saturday and visited over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Woodworth. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas, Susan and Rachel of Kil- bourne came Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood- worth, Ricky, Lisa, David and Joseph of Canton were also dinner guests. Most of the family attended services at the Baptist church. Rev. and Mrs. Don Dehner, Karen and Beth of Hannibal were after- noon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crabill of Killeen, Tex., arrived Wednesday for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Frank Crabill, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stewart and his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stewart at Durham and other relatives in the area. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Loren Crabill. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dehner and Mrs. Virgil Woodworth attended graduation at Hanni- bal-LaGrange college Friday morning. Karen Dehner, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dehner, was one of the graduates. Mrs. Dehner is the former Geraldine Woodworth. Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Toliver of LaBelle, .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Toliver of Taylor were Sunday afternoon visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver. Ray. and Mrs. Toliver had visited his mother, Mrs. Nina Toliver and also Mrs. Emma Shouse at the Grand Manor in Camp Point earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Toliver had visited the grandmothers at the Manor on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Danny Mittle- burg visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mittleburg at Mention Friday for a Mothers Day visit. Lori Wenneker of Nelson- ville was a Tuesday morning visitor of her grandmother, Mrs. Dent Wenneker. Dr. Barney J. Conrath of Washington, D.C., spent most of last week with his mother, Mrs. Jayme Conrath.: Dr. Conrath has been with NASA in Washington for a number of years. He drove his car so he would have transportation while here and he would be able to take his mother around, He also visited other relativ in the area. Mrs. Kenneth Wiseman is a patient at Blessing hospital in Quincy the past few days for medical treatment and tests. Mrs. Marie Carter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Michel and Marsha were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Miss Kate Whitmire of Columbia returned home last Thursday after an extended visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kim- berley called on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sharps Thursday. Mrs. Ernest Weber received the message of the death of her nephew of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Weber left Sunday for Cedar Rapids. Duane Searle, who attended Mo. U.-Columbia, returned home Friday for the summer vacation. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould have been Wesley Visgrove of Payson, Dan Brennan of Knox City and Robert Murphy of Wil- uamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brum- baugh and family of Bethel LUCILLE MINEAR and Mr. and Mrs. 'Virgil Sharpe and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy McCracken were Sat- urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Swartz visited Omer Rife in St. Mary hospital in Quincy Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McChris- ty were Monday visitors of Mrs. Ruth Seeber near Edina. Mrs. Hotlie Hatfield of Knox City and Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Hatfield of Maywood were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Michel and son. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and family were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kimberley of Wil- liamstown and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and son of Bessie Keller and Mrs. Elsie Woodworth accompanied others on the OATS bus to Pella Thursday to the Tulip Festival. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker were Mothers Day dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenneker. The latter baked an fingel food cake for dinner. Lewistown. Mrs. Robert Reed Miller was one of the graduates at the commencement exercises at NMSU in Kirksville Friday. Robert Reed Miller, Mrs. R. D. Miller and Janea, Kathy Minear and Mrs. Ernest Reed were present for the cere- mony. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kilbride and family of Oak- ville, Ia.. were recent over night visitors of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family. Ernest Weber was a Friday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Michel visited Saturday evening with the Bill Ten Eyck family in Labelle. Louis Rubin of Chesterfield was a Tuesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and Jim. Lewis County Ambulances or stay for the meal. made six runs this past week We shall be taking part in the transporting the sick and injur- Health Fair for senior citizens at ed to and from the hospital of the fairgrounds on May 26. We their choice. We are beginning are ahvavs glad to be of to use the third ambulance as an assistance'to the people of the invalid coach and have made county. two long runs this past week in We have 14 people enrolled in At the time it is out of the the EMT course. We meet every county, we plan to keep crews at Tuesday and Thursday night at both of the bases for emer- 7 at the Court House in gencies: and are using extra Monticello. If you are an EMT people to man the coach. If you are an EMT and would like to be and would like the opportunity to brush up on your skills feel on call for long trips please let free to come and observe any me know as sometimes it is night. These people will be Mrs. Clara Mensendick was hard to find someone who can be studying Basic Life support for a Sunday dinner guest of her out of the county for a long time. the next five or six lessons and sister, Miss Ina Kitson. • We can use EMTs from any part the technique has changed since Mrs. Jennie Crist received of the county. If vou should need many of you took the class. I word Thursday that her n ambulance Dial 0 and ask for shall try to get a schedule of the grandson, Gary Snodgrass, was a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy and under- went an emergency appendic- tomy that night. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snod- grass of Palmyra, Mothers Day dinner guests of Mrs. Frank Crabill were her grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crabill of Killeen, Tax., and Randy Cadwallader of Payson. Afternoon visitors --were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crabill, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, Tony and Amber. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentz and their house guest, Terry Lentz of Colton, Calif., were Mothers Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mittle- burg, Daniel and Douglas. Correction: the fishing der- by was held at the Deer Ridge Lake rather than Newark Lake as we said in last week's items. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker and Kenny ate supper Thursday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. Mr. and Mrs. Marly Wise- man, Marty Jr., and Patty .of Reno, Nev., arrived Friday for a visit with relatives. He is a son of the late Raines and Myrtle Wiseman and a broth- er of Merle and Kenneth Wiseman, Mrs. Shirley Kroeg- er and Mrs. Verna Wallace. Mrs. Marie Carter drove to Milton Sunday morning to spend Mothers Day with her daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Albert McEuen and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Holzgrafe of Denver, Ill., were also pres- ent. Mrs. Carter returned home Monday. Mrs. Bill Shults visited her mother, Mrs. Bill Wiseman near Nwark Sunday. [., .... .°,, i,c,s] JIM REES. l Is liquid protein supplementi okay for your dairy herdgi R.A. Everson, ruminant production manager Land 'O Lakes, says, "'hen used correctl 7, it can serve as an econonucal source of sup- plemental nutrients. Liquid supplements, however, have rather specific applications for feeding dry COws', replacement heifers and lactating cows." Dry Cows: When fed corn silage or corn stalks-corn silage, liquid protein supplement will provide needed protein, minerals, and vltamins. Heifer Replacements: Supplements can be used once they reach I0-12 months of age or 550-600 Ibs. Non-protein nitrogen is not recommended because of| the animal's inability tol utilize urea efficiently,[, Lactating Cows: Consider[ your protein source..Can the cow utilize it efficiently. Any cow peaking over 55-60 lbs. per Say or a herd with a 15.000 lb. rolling herd average shouldn.t have liquid prote'_m supplement in the ration. Supplements can reduce the cost of produc- tion if correctly applied. Farm &City Supply[ 3RO g LEWIS, CANTON, MO. I DISTRMUTORS OF i FARM & HOME NEEDS, J Enterprise 30135 and the ambu- lessons being taught in the bases lance will be on its way in a few in the bases in the near future so minutes. Be patient. If you are that you can select the ones you needing an ambulance for would like to brush up on. transfer we would like for you to call ahead and please book these through the dispatchers or the mt-N#@] ambulance office. Blood pressure clinics the next £ B week will be at Monticelld on the 22nd by Medic II and downtown LaGrange on the 23rd by Medic I. Please feel welcome to participate in any of the clinics, You need not be a senior citizen CANTON. MO THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 A short Momers Day pro- gram was held at the Baptist church Sunday morning after the regular worship service. Bill Johnson was MC and read scripture and gave three readings. The men's quartet sang. Potted geraniums were given to the oldest mother present, Mrs. Ethel Meyer; the youngest grandmother, Mrs. Joan Powers; most children, Mrs. Myrldene Bus- well: newest mother, Mrs. Garry Rathbun; and youngest mother. Mrs. Penny Bartz. Each mother present also received a small potted plant. Saturday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Carr were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schaller of Taylor and Mrs. Bonnie Schroder. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt spent last week end in the home of their son, Eli Spratt at Galesburg Mr. and Mrs. James Spratt and Mary Jo were Wednesday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt. Recent visitors in the Milo Spratt home were Mrs. Max- ine Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Goings, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goings and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Chipman. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Fryer of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mrs. Lois Flaherty of Wood- ward, Okla., Mrs. Ellen Fryer of Yale, Okla., were last week house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Carr. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fryer of Warsaw and George Roush of 'Burton, Ill. All helped Mr. Carr celebrate his 80th birthday which was May 6. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stark and family prepared a mush- room supper and took it to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Spratt Tuesday evening and spent the evening with them. Other visitors recently were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson and their close neighbors. Mrs. Lora Sublett and other senior citizens from Ewing attended Senior Citizen Day at the Hannibal Armory Friday. Mothers Day guests of Mr. MRS. cOR/I, and Mrs. Ruth were Robert Joh Quincy, Johnson of Johnson. Mr. and Mrs and Ruth wee of her Mr. and strong visit Mrs. Ila Care rest ville Sunday. Mrs. ceived the Methodist oldest mother Rose Bartleso est mother, Hoteling dren. Mothers Day and Mrs. were Mr. Meyer and Ethel Meyer. Mr. and Mr man and Saturday Miss Hazel Mothers Cora Mrs. Kirt Mr. and Mrs. ley of LaGra Mrs. Herb Bowman of and Mrs. daughter of Mrs. the carry-in meeting ar program at church SundaY. Mothers and Mrs. daughters were Bud Gamin and Mrs. Martha Eades, Mr. Rathbun Mrs. Ray fly. There will nition senior list church 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lola Tuesday aft Mrs. Ethel Only a special faetmy piiee man make savings like thin Glidden Bliddan's Best Rat Latex HOUri Paint • Quick drying durable flat finish.. • Resists blisters, peeling, mild • Easy water clean-up regular el0  SAVE BIWen00 Best House and Tdin • Chalk resistant gloss finish • Quick drying, easy to use • Easy water clean-up gallon regular CANTON LUMBER CO. 600 N. 4TH  CANTON, MO. !! i l I) BY MRS, H, J. WENNEKER Family receives !word on death of Wayne Hall Mrs. Dent Wenneker receiv- ed word Sunday morning of the death of her brother, Wayne Hall of Detroit, Mich. Mr. Hall, formerly of the Nelsonville vicinity, had been ill for some time and had been . hospitalized the past three months. He was a son of the late John and Blanche Hall. Besides Mrs. Wenneker, be is survived by his widow, the former Inez Goodwin, a sister, : Mrs. Stella Brown of Farm- ington Hills, Mich., six chil- dren, a number of grandchil- dren and other relatives. Mrs. 'Wenneker and members of the family flew to Michigan for the funeral. The soup and pie supper sponsored by the Senior Housing Committee on Friday was well attended. Mrs. Gary Herst entered Blessing hospital in Quincy Monday for tests. Her mother, Mrs. Jerome Campbell of : Milton, is staying in the home and looking after the children. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snod- =grass of Palmyra visited her .mother, Mrs. Jennie Crist Saturday afternoon. Their son, : Gary, is a patient in St. Mary : hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentz !:have enjoyed a week's vaca- tion visit from their son, Terry M. Lentz of Colton, !Calif. He also visited his sister, Mrs. Danny Mittleburg : and family. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Whitak- er and Vickey were Friday supper guests of their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent =Thrasher, Carl and Chad at Bethel. The 1st birthday of Chad was celebrated. Several of Mr. Thrashers relatives wei-e also present. Relatives and friends re- ceived word of the death of Harold Zuspann of Quincy who lived here in his youth. He was the son of William and Lora Brown Zuspann and they lived on a farm south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wen- MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY Multi-million dollare corpor- ation is looking for one person to assume manage- ment position in the Lewis County area. Income $18,500 and up first year for qualified person. QUALIFICATIONS: Must be bondable, have excellent references, be financially stable, and live in the Lewis Co. area. Prefer age 25 or over with sales and management background. • BENEFITS: Will be calling on estab- lished accounts; will have group insurance; will have retirement benefits; plus opportunity for rapid ad- vancement. For confidential inter- view, send complete res- ume, Martin Kocher, 801 Hazel St., Hannibal, Mo. 63401, no later than May 26, 1978. II neker of Green City and their grandsons, Michael and Bryan of Kirksville,. made their mothers a Mothers Day visit Saturday, bringing them nice rememberances. They were morning and evening callers in the Wenneker home and dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Kell near LaGrange. Mrs. Austin Herst called her mother Saturday to tell her she had planned to come for Mothers Day. However, she had been at Bloomington with her daughter Mrs. Jim Shee- han, who had been ill and again hospitalized. Mrs. Shee- han was better when she called. Mothers Day was nicely observed at the Ewing churches Sunday morning with the pastors bringing messages suitable to the day. At the First Baptist, Mrs. Laura Willows received a potted blooming geranium for being the oldest mother present, Mrs. Denise Stan- bridge, the youngest mother, and Mrs. Vei'na Wallace, the mother present with the most children. Each mother was given a potted foliage plant: At First Assembly, the mothers were called to the front of the church and given a potted blooming petunia. Evening services were dis- missed so all could attend the Baccalaureate service at High land High school. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones of Maywood and their daugh- ter, Mrs. Wanda Henry and daughter Kim of Barksdale, La., were Friday visitors with Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Laura Willows. Later that afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Willows of Hannibal and their daughter, Mrs. Barbara Green and children of Mexico visited his mother. They were pre-Mothers Day visits. Mr. and . BSfl Whitak- er and Vickey, Lavern Whit- aker, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker and Steve, also Mick Thrasher were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Thrasher, Carl and Chad at Bethel. The men gave Mr. Thrasher some assistance on the new home he is buiiding. Mrs. Lucille Kelly has returned to her home after recuperating from illness in the home of a daughter at Orion, Ill., and also was hospitalized part of that time. Nicky Goings received a very bad cut on his arm while at the home of his grandmoth- er, Mrs. Winnie Goings. His uncle, Don Goings, took him to the emergency room at St. Mary hospital in Quincy. It was bleeding very badly and required a number of stitches to close the gash. The family of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raines Wiseman had a family get together and dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Marly Wiseman, Marty Jr., and Patty, who are visiting here from Reno, Nevada. It was held at the elementary school. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Kroeger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiseman and son, Kenneth Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wallace and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wallace and son, Mr. and Open H0use SUNDAY, MAY 21 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. 807 Lewis St., Canton If you want old fashion living space with all the comforts of the newest of homes - this Is the place for you. This lovely older home has been €ompleteLy remodeled cmd insulated within the past monks, and fo thrss big bedrooms with walk4n closets, a fornl.d dining room with 10 ft. cellina and unusual chandelier lihtinti, new kitchen cabinets with butcher block counters, ng, vlnte woodwork and many other features that must be seen. A lot f house for $19,900. For a private showing call Bob Veatch at 816-42.$415. (Usting 1021) Bower Gallery of Homes Mh dl MaMa, Quincy, ifl. Ph. 217.224. ISH Mrs. Mike Scott and son, Mrs. Cheryl Ames and child, Tucker Olson, Roger Potter, Mrs. Lynn Long, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wiseman and Troy, Mrs. Linda Bradshaw and Dana, Kevin Buswell, Dan Simmons, and Martin Wise- man. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Buswell and Willis. Mrs. Jerry Bridges of Palmyra, DDG of the 15th District, made her official visit to the Star of Bethlehem Chapter No. 104 of Ewing Thursday evening. Mrs. Geo- rgeann Epperson, worthy ma- tron, presented the district deputy with a money corsage, a gift from the chapter. Miss Jan Shults was initiated into the order. Refreshments were served. Visitors were from Hannibal, Philadelphia, Pal- myra and Monticello and were welcomed by Mrs. Zpperson, and Bill Shults, worthy pa- tron. Mrs. Jennie Crist attended the Mother-Daughter banquet ,with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Snodgrass, at Lewis- town Saturday night. It was sponsored by the Baptist church, and was held in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Laura Willows was a dinner guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Vfrgil Willows Mothers Day. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Turner and children visited Mrs. Willows. They had also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner in Lewistown. Mrs. Carol Snodgrass, Kar- en, Peggy and Paul of Jacksonville were Mothers Day dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Crist. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Puls, Billy and Monica of Palmyra were also callers and ate strawber- ries and ice cream. They also made his mother, Mrs. Eva- lena Puls, a short visit. : Will decorate your graves for Memorial Day, Janet's Green House, LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Ruth and Andy of Mexico came Saturday and visited over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Woodworth. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas, Susan and Rachel of Kil- bourne came Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood- worth, Ricky, Lisa, David and Joseph of Canton were also dinner guests. Most of the family attended services at the Baptist church. Rev. and Mrs. Don Dehner, Karen and Beth of Hannibal were after- noon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crabill of Killeen, Tex., arrived Wednesday for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Frank Crabill, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stewart and his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stewart at Durham and other relatives in the area. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Loren Crabill. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dehner and Mrs. Virgil Woodworth attended graduation at Hanni- bal-LaGrange college Friday morning. Karen Dehner, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dehner, was one of the graduates. Mrs. Dehner is the former Geraldine Woodworth. Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Toliver of LaBelle, .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Toliver of Taylor were Sunday afternoon visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver. Ray. and Mrs. Toliver had visited his mother, Mrs. Nina Toliver and also Mrs. Emma Shouse at the Grand Manor in Camp Point earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Toliver had visited the grandmothers at the Manor on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Danny Mittle- burg visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mittleburg at Mention Friday for a Mothers Day visit. Lori Wenneker of Nelson- ville was a Tuesday morning visitor of her grandmother, Mrs. Dent Wenneker. Dr. Barney J. Conrath of Washington, D.C., spent most of last week with his mother, Mrs. Jayme Conrath.: Dr. Conrath has been with NASA in Washington for a number of years. He drove his car so he would have transportation while here and he would be able to take his mother around, He also visited other relativ in the area. Mrs. Kenneth Wiseman is a patient at Blessing hospital in Quincy the past few days for medical treatment and tests. Mrs. Marie Carter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Michel and Marsha were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Miss Kate Whitmire of Columbia returned home last Thursday after an extended visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kim- berley called on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sharps Thursday. Mrs. Ernest Weber received the message of the death of her nephew of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Weber left Sunday for Cedar Rapids. Duane Searle, who attended Mo. U.-Columbia, returned home Friday for the summer vacation. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould have been Wesley Visgrove of Payson, Dan Brennan of Knox City and Robert Murphy of Wil- uamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brum- baugh and family of Bethel LUCILLE MINEAR and Mr. and Mrs. 'Virgil Sharpe and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy McCracken were Sat- urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Swartz visited Omer Rife in St. Mary hospital in Quincy Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McChris- ty were Monday visitors of Mrs. Ruth Seeber near Edina. Mrs. Hotlie Hatfield of Knox City and Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Hatfield of Maywood were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Michel and son. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and family were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kimberley of Wil- liamstown and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and son of Bessie Keller and Mrs. Elsie Woodworth accompanied others on the OATS bus to Pella Thursday to the Tulip Festival. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker were Mothers Day dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenneker. The latter baked an fingel food cake for dinner. Lewistown. Mrs. Robert Reed Miller was one of the graduates at the commencement exercises at NMSU in Kirksville Friday. Robert Reed Miller, Mrs. R. D. Miller and Janea, Kathy Minear and Mrs. Ernest Reed were present for the cere- mony. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kilbride and family of Oak- ville, Ia.. were recent over night visitors of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family. Ernest Weber was a Friday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Michel visited Saturday evening with the Bill Ten Eyck family in Labelle. Louis Rubin of Chesterfield was a Tuesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and Jim. Lewis County Ambulances or stay for the meal. made six runs this past week We shall be taking part in the transporting the sick and injur- Health Fair for senior citizens at ed to and from the hospital of the fairgrounds on May 26. We their choice. We are beginning are ahvavs glad to be of to use the third ambulance as an assistance'to the people of the invalid coach and have made county. two long runs this past week in We have 14 people enrolled in At the time it is out of the the EMT course. We meet every county, we plan to keep crews at Tuesday and Thursday night at both of the bases for emer- 7 at the Court House in gencies: and are using extra Monticello. If you are an EMT people to man the coach. If you are an EMT and would like to be and would like the opportunity to brush up on your skills feel on call for long trips please let free to come and observe any me know as sometimes it is night. These people will be Mrs. Clara Mensendick was hard to find someone who can be studying Basic Life support for a Sunday dinner guest of her out of the county for a long time. the next five or six lessons and sister, Miss Ina Kitson. • We can use EMTs from any part the technique has changed since Mrs. Jennie Crist received of the county. If vou should need many of you took the class. I word Thursday that her n ambulance Dial 0 and ask for shall try to get a schedule of the grandson, Gary Snodgrass, was a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy and under- went an emergency appendic- tomy that night. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snod- grass of Palmyra, Mothers Day dinner guests of Mrs. Frank Crabill were her grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crabill of Killeen, Tax., and Randy Cadwallader of Payson. Afternoon visitors --were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crabill, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, Tony and Amber. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentz and their house guest, Terry Lentz of Colton, Calif., were Mothers Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mittle- burg, Daniel and Douglas. Correction: the fishing der- by was held at the Deer Ridge Lake rather than Newark Lake as we said in last week's items. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker and Kenny ate supper Thursday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. Mr. and Mrs. Marly Wise- man, Marty Jr., and Patty .of Reno, Nev., arrived Friday for a visit with relatives. He is a son of the late Raines and Myrtle Wiseman and a broth- er of Merle and Kenneth Wiseman, Mrs. Shirley Kroeg- er and Mrs. Verna Wallace. Mrs. Marie Carter drove to Milton Sunday morning to spend Mothers Day with her daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Albert McEuen and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Holzgrafe of Denver, Ill., were also pres- ent. Mrs. Carter returned home Monday. Mrs. Bill Shults visited her mother, Mrs. Bill Wiseman near Nwark Sunday. [., .... .°,, i,c,s] JIM REES. l Is liquid protein supplementi okay for your dairy herdgi R.A. Everson, ruminant production manager Land 'O Lakes, says, "'hen used correctl 7, it can serve as an econonucal source of sup- plemental nutrients. Liquid supplements, however, have rather specific applications for feeding dry COws', replacement heifers and lactating cows." Dry Cows: When fed corn silage or corn stalks-corn silage, liquid protein supplement will provide needed protein, minerals, and vltamins. Heifer Replacements: Supplements can be used once they reach I0-12 months of age or 550-600 Ibs. Non-protein nitrogen is not recommended because of| the animal's inability tol utilize urea efficiently,[, Lactating Cows: Consider[ your protein source..Can the cow utilize it efficiently. Any cow peaking over 55-60 lbs. per Say or a herd with a 15.000 lb. rolling herd average shouldn.t have liquid prote'_m supplement in the ration. Supplements can reduce the cost of produc- tion if correctly applied. Farm &City Supply[ 3RO g LEWIS, CANTON, MO. I DISTRMUTORS OF i FARM & HOME NEEDS, J Enterprise 30135 and the ambu- lessons being taught in the bases lance will be on its way in a few in the bases in the near future so minutes. Be patient. If you are that you can select the ones you needing an ambulance for would like to brush up on. transfer we would like for you to call ahead and please book these through the dispatchers or the mt-N#@] ambulance office. Blood pressure clinics the next £ B week will be at Monticelld on the 22nd by Medic II and downtown LaGrange on the 23rd by Medic I. Please feel welcome to participate in any of the clinics, You need not be a senior citizen CANTON. MO THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 A short Momers Day pro- gram was held at the Baptist church Sunday morning after the regular worship service. Bill Johnson was MC and read scripture and gave three readings. The men's quartet sang. Potted geraniums were given to the oldest mother present, Mrs. Ethel Meyer; the youngest grandmother, Mrs. Joan Powers; most children, Mrs. Myrldene Bus- well: newest mother, Mrs. Garry Rathbun; and youngest mother. Mrs. Penny Bartz. Each mother present also received a small potted plant. Saturday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Carr were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schaller of Taylor and Mrs. Bonnie Schroder. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt spent last week end in the home of their son, Eli Spratt at Galesburg Mr. and Mrs. James Spratt and Mary Jo were Wednesday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt. Recent visitors in the Milo Spratt home were Mrs. Max- ine Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Goings, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goings and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Chipman. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Fryer of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mrs. Lois Flaherty of Wood- ward, Okla., Mrs. Ellen Fryer of Yale, Okla., were last week house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Carr. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fryer of Warsaw and George Roush of 'Burton, Ill. All helped Mr. Carr celebrate his 80th birthday which was May 6. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stark and family prepared a mush- room supper and took it to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Spratt Tuesday evening and spent the evening with them. Other visitors recently were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson and their close neighbors. Mrs. Lora Sublett and other senior citizens from Ewing attended Senior Citizen Day at the Hannibal Armory Friday. Mothers Day guests of Mr. MRS. cOR/I, and Mrs. Ruth were Robert Joh Quincy, Johnson of Johnson. Mr. and Mrs and Ruth wee of her Mr. and strong visit Mrs. Ila Care rest ville Sunday. Mrs. ceived the Methodist oldest mother Rose Bartleso est mother, Hoteling dren. Mothers Day and Mrs. were Mr. Meyer and Ethel Meyer. Mr. and Mr man and Saturday Miss Hazel Mothers Cora Mrs. Kirt Mr. and Mrs. ley of LaGra Mrs. Herb Bowman of and Mrs. daughter of Mrs. the carry-in meeting ar program at church SundaY. Mothers and Mrs. daughters were Bud Gamin and Mrs. Martha Eades, Mr. Rathbun Mrs. Ray fly. There will nition senior list church 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lola Tuesday aft Mrs. Ethel Only a special faetmy piiee man make savings like thin Glidden Bliddan's Best Rat Latex HOUri Paint • Quick drying durable flat finish.. • Resists blisters, peeling, mild • Easy water clean-up regular el0  SAVE BIWen00 Best House and Tdin • Chalk resistant gloss finish • Quick drying, easy to use • Easy water clean-up gallon regular CANTON LUMBER CO. 600 N. 4TH  CANTON, MO.