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BY MRS. JAMES HAWKINS Mrs. Floyd Cox returns from week trip Mrs. Floyd Cox returned home Sunday evening from a week's stay with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brass in St. Louis. While there she accompanied her daughter and son-in-law to Columbia to attend the grad- uation and commissioning ceremony for the grandson, Steven F. Brass, as Second Lieutenant of the U. S. Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Cox and Sandy of Kansas City also attended, and then spent the remainder of the week-end with his mother and sister in St. Louis. Other Sunday dinner guests were William Cox of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. David Brass of St. Louis and Steven Brass of Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller spent the week-end in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kay Miller and family in Urban- dale, Iowa. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins spent Monday and Tuesday in Columbia where Mr. Hawkins had a check-up at the Veteran's hospital. While there, Mrs. Hawkins visited with Mrs. James Cunningham at the Columbia Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of Bowling Green accompani- ed Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cox to Pella, Iowa, for the Tulip Festival Thursday. Friday they visited the Amana Colony at Amana, Iowa. They returned home Friday even- were Sunday supper guests m the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robs of Barry, Ill., visited Sunday afternoon in the home of her mother, Mrs. Vera Gaus. Mr. and Mrs. George Kra- mer of LaBelle visited Satur- day in the home of his father, Henry Kramer. Mrs. James Cunningham returned home Saturday from the Columbia Medical Center after being there two weeks for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawkins and sons of Overland, Mo., and Mrs. Bessie Reed of Quincy spent the week-end in the home of their parents and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins. Saturday evening they all attended a birthday supper in honor of Mrs. Thomas Bohon of St. James. Other guests were Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell of Kansas City and Thomas Bohon of St. James. Miss Anita Ridge of Mont- gomery City spent the week- end in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ridge. She returned home Sunday afternoon. Callers this past week in the home of Miss Nora Drawe were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schnell of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Carter of Mexico, Mo., Mrs. Walter McClelland of St. Charles, Miss Anna Meierant and Mrs. Henry Tiemann. Mothers Day dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vaughn were Alvin Vaugtm and David of Maywood, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Vaughn, Evelyn Evans, Angela and Seattle, who was a week-end guest of his grandparents. eng. Emma Sue Rose of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. James Brad- Mrs. Mary Barren, Blanch Mr. and Mrs. Don Gnuse and family of Quincy enter- tained the mothers, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brose, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Gnuse, Sr., of Lewistown, and their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craven of Quincy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Henry left April 25 for Hot Springs, Arkansas, to visit in the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marks. Then they drove on to Shrevesport, Louisiana, to visit in the home of their son and family, Staff Sgt. and Mrs. John Henry and child- ren. On their way home they visited Mrs. Lovene Richard- son in West Monroe, La., and Mrs. Mary Porter. They returned home Thursday, May 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Casper and daughter and Mrs. Ann Casper attended the gradua- tion of the Linn Technical School in Linn, Mo., Sunday, May 14, where Mr. Casper graduated with honors. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolf- meyer were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hadfield and daughters. Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reese were Mr. and Mrs. Jim DeWitt and children of Macon. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mc- Dowell and children of Hanni- hal were Mothers Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell and Brad. Mrs. Pearl Hayner is now making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Warren Orr. Will decorated your graves for Memorial Day -- Janet's Green House. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brose of., Selma, Calif., left for New Orleans, La., after visiting shaw and daughters of Betten- dorf, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs.  CharlesBe of St. Charles were week-end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw. Mrs. Joe Tiemann left Friday for Memphis, Me., to spend the week-end in the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wickert and children. She returned home Monday morn- eng. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wolf- meyer and family of Quincy Bally and Nora Drawe were several days with Mr. and callers this past week in the Mrs. Russell Brose. Her sister home of Miss Anna Meierant met  th d they all and M. Liari]ahr.  took boat trip on the new Miss Francille Bailey of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey of Quincy were Mothers Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Biley. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolf- meyer were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hadfield and daughters. Mississippi Queen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farr and Alvie and Lloyd McMee of Kahoka were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Crysie Farr. Mrs. Carol Bradshaw and Natalie returned to their home in Seattle, Wash., after visit- ing a month with her mother, Mrs. Mavis Young and other relatives. She came home for lq In order to settle the Estate of Janey Sue Pryce, the Heirs will offer the fol- lowing Real Estate and Articles for Public Auction. Sale site is located at 105 N. 6 in La Grange, Mo. At stop sign in La Grange turn west 4 blocks then north 1 block. Watch for Sale signs. SATURDAY MAY 20, 1978 I0:00 A.M.- RAIN OR SHINE - Walnut- - Oak - Cueved Gloss Ckilm Cabinet with Mirrored flock and Claw Feat; Ornate Chine Cabinet; Iluff/ with Mirror; 6 Rock- Ckelrs; Stead Tables; Straight Chair; Coke Rail; 2 er Ckoch, I with Copper rim; BambOO What-Not Shelf; Chlld'l Rocker and Straight Chair. - PIANO - - CHINA -  If Alkw Towm kt4. England Chiwele Parrlain, Deep Blue  We; Oe bee Ch Set, Rose Pat- Sll of | , Gold Band China, Role pattern Pal,  eltd Selcevl {ldld piecoc), Bowls end n.___. T., by Hevilond,  Amoclcen Chine .nd - GLASSWARE- Ud, Smelt Iqecket  Pnned te,  Fmlt  Cely Disk, m I end Iknd, smell leequar Ilad,, Candle  Getd Cmlvel Gte0 tddeate It Bawl, Yam from C, ffieclmebveklo, Yelk emil Green Delmd - CLOCKS - - PICTURES - - BOOKS - Collectabhs & Primatives Over 1250 Salt and Pepper Shakers, some dating to 1937; 3 Chino Dolls * Antique Toys; Glass Kerosene Light, very ornate; Metal Kerosene l,./11ht of Cupid HoMing the lill chimney; Trunk with Tray; Statues cd liqa, Porcelain and Soapstone; Roseville Vises, Cracks, Stoneware Ptch. ere, Vases; Campfire Girl Ceum aver 60 yelrl old. - HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Refr emter Stove, Taboo and 4 Chairs, 2 Soos - I with matching Cleir, LampS, Kich4m Utlltlils; lllunlaRI41S l#e# oclos. - REAL ESTATE - IF NOT SOLD BEFORE SALE .DATE 2-- Brick House end two. Lets loated at 105 N. 6, 14 n House cons,sOs o4 S I/2 rooms IdUS beth, G Mo lo pe' . -- --,-h Reel EIdle eel s et 1:30 p.m. lellleNl rl r---- " re, Fee o s Reel Etefe eele a, elo coml Estate of Jaeay Sue Pryce LaGrange Senior Citizens to hold carry-in dinner00 The LaGrange Senior Citi- zens will have their birthday carry-in dinner in the Ameri- can Legion Hall Tuesday, May 23. The Lewis County Ambu- lance will be there at 11 a.m. to take blood pressures. Anyone is welcome to come and have it taken. CANTON. Me, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 the death of her father, Sam Young. Mrs. Cathy Harsell and daughters, Sara and Erin of Olney, Ill., attended the services at Dover Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Randall Waganer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vauglm. Mr. and Mrs. David Harsell and children will be visiting her parents and other relatiaves this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sclu'ader, James, Bradley and Tom of Nelsonville entertained with a Mothers Day dinner Sunday and those present were Mrs. Hilda Logsdon and David, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Logsdon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Logsdon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Logsdon, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Arnold of Liberty, Ill., Bob Schrader of Quincy, Tim Schrader, Connie Harlan of Ewing, and Tummy Olson. Mrs. Darrell Johnston enter- ed Blessing hospital in Quincy Monday. She is in intensive care. Mrs. Ethel Yowell spent several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butikof- er in Quincy. Other Mothers Day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Greg Butikofer and daughter of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Westberg and son of Lewistown, and Edward Horst of Quincy. They also celebrated Mrs. Grog Butikof- er's birthday. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Myrtle Kator, Mrs. Stewart Phillips and Mrs. Eva May West of Keokuk visited with Mrs. Howard Begemann and Mrs. Susie Kator. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolf- meyer and family of Quincy visited Saturday evening in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kramer of Costa Mesa, Calif., spent Wednesday through Friday in the home of his father, Henry Kramer. They all attended the American Legion fish fry Friday evening. Mrs. Eddie Dickerson and Mrs. Melvin Vaughn were callers this past week in the home of Mrs. George Dresch- er. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McCul- laugh of Lawrence, Michigan, were visiting relatives and friends this week in the area. insurance- 17ps Maw Sez, Don't Be A- Driven' Around, Tel Yer In- sured With Todd & Hartmann insurance Real Estate Phone 655- 2200 LoGronge, Mo. Kathy Hoffman and Diane Alherl, co-chairpersons for the LaGrange Cystic Fibrosis Drive, have announced that the St. Peter's Lutheran youth group will sponsora 24-hour Rock-A-Thon on June 9 and I0. Anyone desiring to enter should obtain their entrant forms and pledge cards at the LaGrange Hardware Store. They are encouraging peo- ple of all ages to Rock Away for Cystic Fibrosis. It will be a 2-man team event to be held at the Lutheran Parish-Hall in LaGrange and the public is invited to attend. Various prizes will be given to the top 3 teams. Recipe OF THE WEEK SPAGHETTI STEW 2 qts. chopped cabbage 1 cups chopped onion 1 cup sliced carrots 2 cloves minced garlic / cup butter or margarine 5 cups boiling water 4 beef bouillon cubes  tsp. salt V4 tsp. pepper 8 oz. spaghetti, broken I cup green beans In large pot, cook cabbage, onion, carrots, and garlic in butter 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Add water, cubes, salt and pepper, bring to a boil. Gradually add spaghetti and green beans so that mixture continues to boil. Cover and simmer, stirring occasionally until spaghetti is tender. Norflmast Missowi LIBRARY SERVICE L00mnge IIm00 . THELMA BRINKLEY Ubrarlan Two new westerns came in this week-- DEAD EYE by John Reeee. Jefferson Hewitt was well practiced at using his sharp wits, quick fiat, and trusty Colt .45 to get the job done. But even with his experience as a seasoned investigator and his sixth snse for detecting a scandal, he could not have foretold the ingenious twists and turns that would take place in his latest case. PEMBROOK vs. THE WEST by Bob Barrett. Walter Pembrook had come West to make his fortune, yet perhaps he was the least likely of men to be facing the rawness of the wild frontier. He was a healthy enough speciman, and certainly well educated, but the West seamed to take more out of a man then Pembrook had to offer. In any case, he was going to try. The town of Cactus in the Arizona Territory seemed as good a place to start as any. Right from the beginning, adversity found its way to Pembrook's path; there was no jobs to he had, and his own meager funds were already dwindling; and if that wasn't had enough, he found himself caught on the wrong end of a brawl in the Deadwood saloon. A romantic suspense novel is DRAGON'S EYE by Jennie Melville. Kate Malrose was only 12 years old when she first laid eyes on Markaby. An ancient castle on the remote island of Dragon's Eye off the shore of Northumberland, Markaby represented the sta- bility and sense of heritage that Kate, abandoned as an infant, had always craved. Boldly, urgently, she bids her entire "fortune" at the auc- tion of Markaby -- only to lose bitterly to a wealthy gentle- man, Robert Berwick. Ten years later she is astonished to find that, by the terms of Berwick's will, she has inherited the cherished mansion. Hoping for an escape from a broken ro- mance. Kate immediately leaves for her new home. Kate's idyllic dreams are soon shattered as several bizarre events creep into her life on Dragon's Eye. At first the dead phone, the rash of/ LA GRANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT Custom Slaughtering Processing for Home Freezers Choice Meats. Sides or Quarters Complete Selection of Fresh Meats Ave/labia Daily From Our Service Counter SEE HOWARD STURHAN AT LAGRANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT Sarah d Gardner Denver-Old US 61 LACdtdq- -- PtK)I M.4dd7 L 00/la0000ood BY WILLA BARR MILLS Baptist Bible school to be May 29. June 2 May'wood Baptist Bible school is May 29 to June 2. Parade is May 28, and refreshments with registra- tion. A fish fry with carry-in will be at the Maywood church will be June 4. The wedding of Colleen Shuf and Dale Eisenherg will be at the church June 3 at 7:30 p.m. Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waters were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Waters of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tate of Maywood, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, Aaron and Andy of Durham, and Mar- chia Million of Palmyra also attended. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Allens- worth, MarLy, Large and Joie were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook and family, Kelley and Beth Sly, Laticia Smith, Rickie and Randie Sly. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartz were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Atteberry. Lloyd Fuhrman and sons were also guests. Last Monday guests were Mrs. Mary Edge and family. Daniel Johnston was a Thursday overnight guest in the home. Will decorate your-graves for Memorial Day, Janet's Green House, LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. William Shaver and Willa Mills were Saturday callers of Mrs. Louetta Fountain in Jefferson City. They were accompanied by Mrs. Jack Dunn. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Shaver and Willa Mills were callers of Mrs. Marguerite Metz in St. Louis. Maywood cemetery day is Sunday, May 21, with carry-in business meeting at 1:30. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pindell were Mrs. Goldie Pindell, Mr. and I ! auto accidents in County in April; no deaths During the month of April, members of Troop B of the Missouri State Highway Pa- trol investigated 132 traffic accidents in the sixteen counties of Northeast Missouri in which 67 persons were injured and three persons were killed. There have been 11 accidents within Lewis County in April, and 72 so far this year, resulting in 14 injuries, but no fatalities occurring in the county. After commenting on the April statistics, Captain C. E. Ray, the Commanding Officer of Troop B, cited a new. traffic law which went into effect January 1, 1978, and becomes more important with the arrival of springtime. The law regulates the lighting, the required equipment, and the oepration of bicycles on the roadways. According to Captain Ray, every bicycle must be equip- pod with a brake or brakes which will enable its rider to stop the bicycle within 25 feet on clean, dry, level pavement when traveling at a speed of 10 miles per hour. unrelated accidents, and the aloofness of the Garrow villagers cause her only mild concern; Kate is so totally enthralled with her enchant- ing new home and the compelling relationship that develops between her and the dashmg grandson of Berwick, Jaimie, that she allows herself to dismiss the distressing events as mere coincidence. But when a body is washed up on the shore of her beloved island and threats on her own life are made, Kate frantically races against time to discover the source of the evil. Mrs. Darryl Bode, Sharryl and Lorri, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Dietrich and Ran, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buskirk and Doug, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Martin of Griggsville, Mrs. Roger Fuller, Keith, Daniel, Ruth and Jannet, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mixer and Judy of Camp Point, Nancy Pindell and Janice, their daughter, who is a student at Columbia University, and Mr. and Mrs. David Pindell and Andy of Maywood. Sunday guests of Mrs. Nina Eisenberg were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oliver of Quincy, who came for church services. Mr. Henry is entering St. John hospital, Springfield, Ill., on Wednesday. Rev. Jack Blohm is a patient in Blessing hospital, where he is showing improve- ment. Mrs. Mary Quinn, who has been a patient in St. Mary hospital, is now residing in Sunset home. Mrs. Dorothy Schroeder was a Saturday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vaughn. Mrs. John Henry and Kim- berly of Barksdale, La., accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Henry of LaGrange, who had been visiting them, to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones of Maywood. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McCormick of Sumner were Sunday guests of their daugh- ter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Griesbaum and sons, Doug and John. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Avery were Sunday church guests of her mother, Mrs. Zelma Ausmus, and later took her to their home for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kolthoff visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Lindstrom, and took her a flower from the Maywood Baptist church, wnere'stm is a member. Wilht lills Was a Friday visitor of her sister, Mrs. Ralph McReynolds, and visit- ed Dr. McReynolds in Good Samaritan home. She reports both were well. The birthdays of David Griesbaum, and his wife Lynda, were honored Satur- day evening at her parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Powell. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tallmann and Craig, Paula Griesbaum and William Powell of Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Zimmer- man were Sunday guests of Mrs. Betty Murry. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Durst and Doug. Wednesday evening supper guests of Mrs. Zelma Ausmus were Lea Ann and Billy Stalder. Callers of Mrs. Bernice Hadfield and Mrs. Golda Lindsey Salven of Wayne ma Turner Mrs. Mrs. Dene Mrs. and Mrs. Sunday Mrs. Bridgett Lee Harold Pearl Bud Gamin, Mr. and Mrs. Glen, Aaron Mr. and John and Li. Mrs. shirleY Sunday Mary Sue Catron Sunday Mrs. dinner Mr. and Karen, LaGrange L. G. MotherS at the Sunday when Loretta The man a The Mt. church at mothers tea FridaY from here Kroencke, mus, Mrs. Julius Getz, Mrs. Mrs. sponsored bY class. Those the birthday at the center were Hadfield on the 28, and Mrs. J- and Mrs. dinners for Mr. and were guests of Inlow Mr. and Geery othy Ashburn Mr. and M Mrs. GeerY s guests were Young's Mr. and ston their home Guests were and Mrs. Jt Allen, Mr. and and Beth. they visited and Mrs. took her a I 513 N. 6th St. 2 Bedroom, kitche,, bath, pantry. Hot wutd aood J. H. HARTMANN, BROKER 339 Lewis Str Con#on, Ma- In'lONE 314- 2811 5251 Bailey Funeral Service. Where More is Offered in a Nicer WaY 6TH & MONROE ST. LA GRANGE, MO. 63448 TEL. 314" BY MRS. JAMES HAWKINS Mrs. Floyd Cox returns from week trip Mrs. Floyd Cox returned home Sunday evening from a week's stay with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brass in St. Louis. While there she accompanied her daughter and son-in-law to Columbia to attend the grad- uation and commissioning ceremony for the grandson, Steven F. Brass, as Second Lieutenant of the U. S. Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Cox and Sandy of Kansas City also attended, and then spent the remainder of the week-end with his mother and sister in St. Louis. Other Sunday dinner guests were William Cox of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. David Brass of St. Louis and Steven Brass of Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller spent the week-end in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kay Miller and family in Urban- dale, Iowa. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins spent Monday and Tuesday in Columbia where Mr. Hawkins had a check-up at the Veteran's hospital. While there, Mrs. Hawkins visited with Mrs. James Cunningham at the Columbia Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of Bowling Green accompani- ed Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cox to Pella, Iowa, for the Tulip Festival Thursday. Friday they visited the Amana Colony at Amana, Iowa. They returned home Friday even- were Sunday supper guests m the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robs of Barry, Ill., visited Sunday afternoon in the home of her mother, Mrs. Vera Gaus. Mr. and Mrs. George Kra- mer of LaBelle visited Satur- day in the home of his father, Henry Kramer. Mrs. James Cunningham returned home Saturday from the Columbia Medical Center after being there two weeks for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawkins and sons of Overland, Mo., and Mrs. Bessie Reed of Quincy spent the week-end in the home of their parents and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins. Saturday evening they all attended a birthday supper in honor of Mrs. Thomas Bohon of St. James. Other guests were Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell of Kansas City and Thomas Bohon of St. James. Miss Anita Ridge of Mont- gomery City spent the week- end in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ridge. She returned home Sunday afternoon. Callers this past week in the home of Miss Nora Drawe were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schnell of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Carter of Mexico, Mo., Mrs. Walter McClelland of St. Charles, Miss Anna Meierant and Mrs. Henry Tiemann. Mothers Day dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vaughn were Alvin Vaugtm and David of Maywood, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Vaughn, Evelyn Evans, Angela and Seattle, who was a week-end guest of his grandparents. eng. Emma Sue Rose of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. James Brad- Mrs. Mary Barren, Blanch Mr. and Mrs. Don Gnuse and family of Quincy enter- tained the mothers, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brose, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Gnuse, Sr., of Lewistown, and their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craven of Quincy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Henry left April 25 for Hot Springs, Arkansas, to visit in the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marks. Then they drove on to Shrevesport, Louisiana, to visit in the home of their son and family, Staff Sgt. and Mrs. John Henry and child- ren. On their way home they visited Mrs. Lovene Richard- son in West Monroe, La., and Mrs. Mary Porter. They returned home Thursday, May 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Casper and daughter and Mrs. Ann Casper attended the gradua- tion of the Linn Technical School in Linn, Mo., Sunday, May 14, where Mr. Casper graduated with honors. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolf- meyer were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hadfield and daughters. Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reese were Mr. and Mrs. Jim DeWitt and children of Macon. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mc- Dowell and children of Hanni- hal were Mothers Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell and Brad. Mrs. Pearl Hayner is now making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Warren Orr. Will decorated your graves for Memorial Day -- Janet's Green House. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brose of., Selma, Calif., left for New Orleans, La., after visiting shaw and daughters of Betten- dorf, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs.  CharlesBe of St. Charles were week-end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw. Mrs. Joe Tiemann left Friday for Memphis, Me., to spend the week-end in the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wickert and children. She returned home Monday morn- eng. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wolf- meyer and family of Quincy Bally and Nora Drawe were several days with Mr. and callers this past week in the Mrs. Russell Brose. Her sister home of Miss Anna Meierant met  th d they all and M. Liari]ahr.  took boat trip on the new Miss Francille Bailey of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey of Quincy were Mothers Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Biley. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolf- meyer were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hadfield and daughters. Mississippi Queen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farr and Alvie and Lloyd McMee of Kahoka were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Crysie Farr. Mrs. Carol Bradshaw and Natalie returned to their home in Seattle, Wash., after visit- ing a month with her mother, Mrs. Mavis Young and other relatives. She came home for lq In order to settle the Estate of Janey Sue Pryce, the Heirs will offer the fol- lowing Real Estate and Articles for Public Auction. Sale site is located at 105 N. 6 in La Grange, Mo. At stop sign in La Grange turn west 4 blocks then north 1 block. Watch for Sale signs. SATURDAY MAY 20, 1978 I0:00 A.M.- RAIN OR SHINE - Walnut- - Oak - Cueved Gloss Ckilm Cabinet with Mirrored flock and Claw Feat; Ornate Chine Cabinet; Iluff/ with Mirror; 6 Rock- Ckelrs; Stead Tables; Straight Chair; Coke Rail; 2 er Ckoch, I with Copper rim; BambOO What-Not Shelf; Chlld'l Rocker and Straight Chair. - PIANO - - CHINA -  If Alkw Towm kt4. England Chiwele Parrlain, Deep Blue  We; Oe bee Ch Set, Rose Pat- Sll of | , Gold Band China, Role pattern Pal,  eltd Selcevl {ldld piecoc), Bowls end n.___. T., by Hevilond,  Amoclcen Chine .nd - GLASSWARE- Ud, Smelt Iqecket  Pnned te,  Fmlt  Cely Disk, m I end Iknd, smell leequar Ilad,, Candle  Getd Cmlvel Gte0 tddeate It Bawl, Yam from C, ffieclmebveklo, Yelk emil Green Delmd - CLOCKS - - PICTURES - - BOOKS - Collectabhs & Primatives Over 1250 Salt and Pepper Shakers, some dating to 1937; 3 Chino Dolls * Antique Toys; Glass Kerosene Light, very ornate; Metal Kerosene l,./11ht of Cupid HoMing the lill chimney; Trunk with Tray; Statues cd liqa, Porcelain and Soapstone; Roseville Vises, Cracks, Stoneware Ptch. ere, Vases; Campfire Girl Ceum aver 60 yelrl old. - HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Refr emter Stove, Taboo and 4 Chairs, 2 Soos - I with matching Cleir, LampS, Kich4m Utlltlils; lllunlaRI41S l#e# oclos. - REAL ESTATE - IF NOT SOLD BEFORE SALE .DATE 2-- Brick House end two. Lets loated at 105 N. 6, 14 n House cons,sOs o4 S I/2 rooms IdUS beth, G Mo lo pe' . -- --,-h Reel EIdle eel s et 1:30 p.m. lellleNl rl r---- " re, Fee o s Reel Etefe eele a, elo coml Estate of Jaeay Sue Pryce LaGrange Senior Citizens to hold carry-in dinner00 The LaGrange Senior Citi- zens will have their birthday carry-in dinner in the Ameri- can Legion Hall Tuesday, May 23. The Lewis County Ambu- lance will be there at 11 a.m. to take blood pressures. Anyone is welcome to come and have it taken. CANTON. Me, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 the death of her father, Sam Young. Mrs. Cathy Harsell and daughters, Sara and Erin of Olney, Ill., attended the services at Dover Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Randall Waganer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vauglm. Mr. and Mrs. David Harsell and children will be visiting her parents and other relatiaves this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sclu'ader, James, Bradley and Tom of Nelsonville entertained with a Mothers Day dinner Sunday and those present were Mrs. Hilda Logsdon and David, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Logsdon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Logsdon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Logsdon, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Arnold of Liberty, Ill., Bob Schrader of Quincy, Tim Schrader, Connie Harlan of Ewing, and Tummy Olson. Mrs. Darrell Johnston enter- ed Blessing hospital in Quincy Monday. She is in intensive care. Mrs. Ethel Yowell spent several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butikof- er in Quincy. Other Mothers Day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Greg Butikofer and daughter of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Westberg and son of Lewistown, and Edward Horst of Quincy. They also celebrated Mrs. Grog Butikof- er's birthday. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Myrtle Kator, Mrs. Stewart Phillips and Mrs. Eva May West of Keokuk visited with Mrs. Howard Begemann and Mrs. Susie Kator. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolf- meyer and family of Quincy visited Saturday evening in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kramer of Costa Mesa, Calif., spent Wednesday through Friday in the home of his father, Henry Kramer. They all attended the American Legion fish fry Friday evening. Mrs. Eddie Dickerson and Mrs. Melvin Vaughn were callers this past week in the home of Mrs. George Dresch- er. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McCul- laugh of Lawrence, Michigan, were visiting relatives and friends this week in the area. insurance- 17ps Maw Sez, Don't Be A- Driven' Around, Tel Yer In- sured With Todd & Hartmann insurance Real Estate Phone 655- 2200 LoGronge, Mo. Kathy Hoffman and Diane Alherl, co-chairpersons for the LaGrange Cystic Fibrosis Drive, have announced that the St. Peter's Lutheran youth group will sponsora 24-hour Rock-A-Thon on June 9 and I0. Anyone desiring to enter should obtain their entrant forms and pledge cards at the LaGrange Hardware Store. They are encouraging peo- ple of all ages to Rock Away for Cystic Fibrosis. It will be a 2-man team event to be held at the Lutheran Parish-Hall in LaGrange and the public is invited to attend. Various prizes will be given to the top 3 teams. Recipe OF THE WEEK SPAGHETTI STEW 2 qts. chopped cabbage 1 cups chopped onion 1 cup sliced carrots 2 cloves minced garlic / cup butter or margarine 5 cups boiling water 4 beef bouillon cubes  tsp. salt V4 tsp. pepper 8 oz. spaghetti, broken I cup green beans In large pot, cook cabbage, onion, carrots, and garlic in butter 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Add water, cubes, salt and pepper, bring to a boil. Gradually add spaghetti and green beans so that mixture continues to boil. Cover and simmer, stirring occasionally until spaghetti is tender. Norflmast Missowi LIBRARY SERVICE L00mnge IIm00 . THELMA BRINKLEY Ubrarlan Two new westerns came in this week-- DEAD EYE by John Reeee. Jefferson Hewitt was well practiced at using his sharp wits, quick fiat, and trusty Colt .45 to get the job done. But even with his experience as a seasoned investigator and his sixth snse for detecting a scandal, he could not have foretold the ingenious twists and turns that would take place in his latest case. PEMBROOK vs. THE WEST by Bob Barrett. Walter Pembrook had come West to make his fortune, yet perhaps he was the least likely of men to be facing the rawness of the wild frontier. He was a healthy enough speciman, and certainly well educated, but the West seamed to take more out of a man then Pembrook had to offer. In any case, he was going to try. The town of Cactus in the Arizona Territory seemed as good a place to start as any. Right from the beginning, adversity found its way to Pembrook's path; there was no jobs to he had, and his own meager funds were already dwindling; and if that wasn't had enough, he found himself caught on the wrong end of a brawl in the Deadwood saloon. A romantic suspense novel is DRAGON'S EYE by Jennie Melville. Kate Malrose was only 12 years old when she first laid eyes on Markaby. An ancient castle on the remote island of Dragon's Eye off the shore of Northumberland, Markaby represented the sta- bility and sense of heritage that Kate, abandoned as an infant, had always craved. Boldly, urgently, she bids her entire "fortune" at the auc- tion of Markaby -- only to lose bitterly to a wealthy gentle- man, Robert Berwick. Ten years later she is astonished to find that, by the terms of Berwick's will, she has inherited the cherished mansion. Hoping for an escape from a broken ro- mance. Kate immediately leaves for her new home. Kate's idyllic dreams are soon shattered as several bizarre events creep into her life on Dragon's Eye. At first the dead phone, the rash of/ LA GRANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT Custom Slaughtering Processing for Home Freezers Choice Meats. Sides or Quarters Complete Selection of Fresh Meats Ave/labia Daily From Our Service Counter SEE HOWARD STURHAN AT LAGRANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT Sarah d Gardner Denver-Old US 61 LACdtdq- -- PtK)I M.4dd7 L 00/la0000ood BY WILLA BARR MILLS Baptist Bible school to be May 29. June 2 May'wood Baptist Bible school is May 29 to June 2. Parade is May 28, and refreshments with registra- tion. A fish fry with carry-in will be at the Maywood church will be June 4. The wedding of Colleen Shuf and Dale Eisenherg will be at the church June 3 at 7:30 p.m. Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waters were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Waters of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tate of Maywood, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, Aaron and Andy of Durham, and Mar- chia Million of Palmyra also attended. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Allens- worth, MarLy, Large and Joie were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook and family, Kelley and Beth Sly, Laticia Smith, Rickie and Randie Sly. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartz were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Atteberry. Lloyd Fuhrman and sons were also guests. Last Monday guests were Mrs. Mary Edge and family. Daniel Johnston was a Thursday overnight guest in the home. Will decorate your-graves for Memorial Day, Janet's Green House, LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. William Shaver and Willa Mills were Saturday callers of Mrs. Louetta Fountain in Jefferson City. They were accompanied by Mrs. Jack Dunn. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Shaver and Willa Mills were callers of Mrs. Marguerite Metz in St. Louis. Maywood cemetery day is Sunday, May 21, with carry-in business meeting at 1:30. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pindell were Mrs. Goldie Pindell, Mr. and I ! auto accidents in County in April; no deaths During the month of April, members of Troop B of the Missouri State Highway Pa- trol investigated 132 traffic accidents in the sixteen counties of Northeast Missouri in which 67 persons were injured and three persons were killed. There have been 11 accidents within Lewis County in April, and 72 so far this year, resulting in 14 injuries, but no fatalities occurring in the county. After commenting on the April statistics, Captain C. E. Ray, the Commanding Officer of Troop B, cited a new. traffic law which went into effect January 1, 1978, and becomes more important with the arrival of springtime. The law regulates the lighting, the required equipment, and the oepration of bicycles on the roadways. According to Captain Ray, every bicycle must be equip- pod with a brake or brakes which will enable its rider to stop the bicycle within 25 feet on clean, dry, level pavement when traveling at a speed of 10 miles per hour. unrelated accidents, and the aloofness of the Garrow villagers cause her only mild concern; Kate is so totally enthralled with her enchant- ing new home and the compelling relationship that develops between her and the dashmg grandson of Berwick, Jaimie, that she allows herself to dismiss the distressing events as mere coincidence. But when a body is washed up on the shore of her beloved island and threats on her own life are made, Kate frantically races against time to discover the source of the evil. Mrs. Darryl Bode, Sharryl and Lorri, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Dietrich and Ran, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buskirk and Doug, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Martin of Griggsville, Mrs. Roger Fuller, Keith, Daniel, Ruth and Jannet, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mixer and Judy of Camp Point, Nancy Pindell and Janice, their daughter, who is a student at Columbia University, and Mr. and Mrs. David Pindell and Andy of Maywood. Sunday guests of Mrs. Nina Eisenberg were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oliver of Quincy, who came for church services. Mr. Henry is entering St. John hospital, Springfield, Ill., on Wednesday. Rev. Jack Blohm is a patient in Blessing hospital, where he is showing improve- ment. Mrs. Mary Quinn, who has been a patient in St. Mary hospital, is now residing in Sunset home. Mrs. Dorothy Schroeder was a Saturday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vaughn. Mrs. John Henry and Kim- berly of Barksdale, La., accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Henry of LaGrange, who had been visiting them, to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones of Maywood. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McCormick of Sumner were Sunday guests of their daugh- ter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Griesbaum and sons, Doug and John. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Avery were Sunday church guests of her mother, Mrs. Zelma Ausmus, and later took her to their home for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kolthoff visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Lindstrom, and took her a flower from the Maywood Baptist church, wnere'stm is a member. Wilht lills Was a Friday visitor of her sister, Mrs. Ralph McReynolds, and visit- ed Dr. McReynolds in Good Samaritan home. She reports both were well. The birthdays of David Griesbaum, and his wife Lynda, were honored Satur- day evening at her parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Powell. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tallmann and Craig, Paula Griesbaum and William Powell of Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Zimmer- man were Sunday guests of Mrs. Betty Murry. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Durst and Doug. Wednesday evening supper guests of Mrs. Zelma Ausmus were Lea Ann and Billy Stalder. Callers of Mrs. Bernice Hadfield and Mrs. Golda Lindsey Salven of Wayne ma Turner Mrs. Mrs. Dene Mrs. and Mrs. Sunday Mrs. Bridgett Lee Harold Pearl Bud Gamin, Mr. and Mrs. Glen, Aaron Mr. and John and Li. Mrs. shirleY Sunday Mary Sue Catron Sunday Mrs. dinner Mr. and Karen, LaGrange L. G. MotherS at the Sunday when Loretta The man a The Mt. church at mothers tea FridaY from here Kroencke, mus, Mrs. Julius Getz, Mrs. Mrs. sponsored bY class. 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