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PRESS.NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. Socia THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009 - PAGE 6 Berhorst's Wedding Anniversary '" Theodore H. and Don- na V. Berhorst of Canton, :Missouri, celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on May 8, 2009. An open house was held at the Com- fort Inn on Saturday May 9, jn Canton, Mo from 6 to 9 p.m. A DVD and a book Yere prepared from fam'- photos. The event was hosted by Virginia and Alan i Berhorst. Many family and friends attended. . The couple was married on May 8, 1959 at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Canton, Mo. Robert Tuley and Lucille (Tuley) Lippa were the attendants. Theodore Berhorst is the son of the former John and Regina Berhorst of Canton, Mo. and he at- tended LaGrange School in LaGrange, Mo. Donna Berhorst is the daughter of former Eugene and Josephine Raleigh of Canton, Mo. and she at- tended St. Patrick High School in St. Patrick, Mo. They are the parents of Robert (Bob) Berhorst of LaGrange, Mo., William (Bill) Berhorst and his wife Maria, Virginia Berhorst, and Theodore (Alan) Ber- horst and his wife Nancy of Canton, Mo. They have nine grand- children - Billy Joe (B J), Kassidy, and Arianna Ber- horst of Canton, Mo., Jason Berhorst of Kansas City, Mo., Daniel Berhorst of Philadelphia, Mo., Mathew Berhorst of Ursa, I1., Ash- ley Berhorst of Lakeview, FI., Jeffrey, and Jordon Berhorst of Canton, Mo., and one great-granddaugh- ter -Piper Oshay Berhorst of Philadelphia, Mo. Parents announce childrens June wedding The engagement of Jessi Ann Massingill and ;Aaron Levi Baldwin has been announced by the par- ents of the couple. , Massingill is a daugh- :ter of Mark Massingill of : endon and Lisa Massin- :gill, Quincy. She attended !Quincy High School and is employed by Wal-Mart. Baldwin is the son of Keith Baldwin, Centerville, !owa and Cindy Job, Can- ton. He is a Canton R-V yaduate and is employed Domino's Pizza. A June 6 wedding in Quincy is planned. plans BALDWIN - MASSlNGILL Progressive Neighbors Eight members of the Progressive Neighbors club met on May 12 in Canton for lunch. Delods Herrick was hostess. After lunch members Went to the Senior Center where vice-president Betty Hendrickson opened the business meeting leading the Pledge to the American Flag. Roll call was answered with Memorial Day activi- ties. A card was signed by members for Charlotte England who is recovering from back surgery. The remainder of the afternoon was spent play- ing UNO. The next meeting will be June 9. Members are to meet at the Methodist Church to car pool for a trip to Bonaparte, Iowa. Chapter BS P E.O. Chapter BS P .O. of Canton, met May 14 meet- ing n the home of Cindy McCutchan with Betty Jo Lloyd assisting. Fourteen members and one guest, Edna Mae Bax- ter enjoyed the program "Wedding Bells" presented by McCutchan. The next meeting is June :1 at 7 p.m. at the home of Keri Cottrell. Sons of Union Vets The May meeting of the David Moore Camp 70 Sons of Union Veterans will be held May 21 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the home of the Commander, Mark Libby, 16625 Luray Road, Can- ton. For more information and directions call 573- 288-3672.. All men who have Civil ,War ancestry encouraged to attend and join. MR. AND MRS. BERHORST Jordyn Hale Wins at Americas Fabulous Faces Pageant Jordyn Hale, 5 years She is the daughter of age, competed in the of Rick and Katrina Hale Missouri State Pageant of of Williamstown, Mo. "Americas Fabulous Fac- Grandparents are Rick and es" in St. Louis the week- end of April 24-26. Hale won the overall swimsuit competition and received a saving bond, a crown, tro- phy and sash, Karen Hale of Hamilton, Ii1., Maridith Welker of Williamstown, Mo., the late Jim Hudnut of Byha- lia, Mississippi and Great Grandmother is Linnelle Welker. PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL a great gift for any occasion. JORDYN HALE # 95th Birthday Open House Planned An open house is planned by the family of LeRoy Goehl of Canton, formerly of Lewistown, in honor of his 95th birthday May 21st. The event will be held Sunday May 24th from 2 to 4 p.m. at Canton Senior Housing Com- munity Room in Canton, Mo. Those unable to attend may send cards to him at 610 B. Montgomery, Canton, MO 63435. S Bar & Grid L C. (nextto Headquarters) 107 S. 4th, Canton Phone: 573-255-5908 Daily Lunch Buffets 11 a.m. - 2p.m. Mon.-Fri. Satu_atuz_4 aa Break ast 7 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. ecials Steak - Shrimp - Ribs Sunday Buffet Ham, Meatloaf, Ribs and Kraut Ribey___ee Sandwich and Fries 1 tll Ray Smith & Sharon Sat., May 23 at 7:30 p.m. Strawberry Shortcake and ice cream Sat. May 30 Special 50"s music. Olden Goldie's with Bill Clifton For information call: family reunion Twenty-nine descen- dants of J.H. and Etta Hardin and Luther and Cora Marks gathered Sat. May 16, 2009 for a fam- ily reunion at the Ameri- can Legion Hall in Canton. Attendees from four gener- ations enjoyed an afternoon of delicious food and won- derful conversation. Many photos and memories were shared. Family members traveled from eight U.S. states California, New Jersey, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kansas, Iowa, Illinois and Missouri. (picture at left) REUNION - Pictured are from I. to r. sitting on floor Abby Martz, Thom- as Bell; row 1 seated: Mary Kermoade, Marcia Hardin, Julia Fox, Doris Ellison, Edna Mae Bax- ter, Leslie Hardin, Kay Ellison; row 2 seated: Ja- net Stoerger, Carol Bax- ter, Gleny Marks, Jeanne Carfora, Trisha Madsen holding Graham, Pam Martz, Jennifer Bell; row 3 standing: Cory, Bill and Joe Martz, J. Marks, Bob Hardin, Edd Hardin, San- to Carfora, Bill Baxter, Cheryl and Mike Hall, Ka- tie Martz and Scott Bell. 2 THANK YOU We would like to thank everyone who par- ticipated in the annual Miss LaGrange Pag- eant. Special thanks to the contestants, musical entertainers, sponsors, city employees, judges David Parrish, Jeff McReynolds and Rajah Maples and emcee Ed Heller. Pageant Organizers Rita Cox and Theresa Gunsauls (OR ELDEST LIVING" SURVIVOR) DID THE VETERAN Serve on Active Duty June 27, 1950 and January 31, 1955 (Korea) Or February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975 (Vietnam)? IF THE ANSWER IS You may be qualified for a Veterans Recognition Award requirements go to ,wvw:mog ,,ard.com Click on Programs then Or call toll free 1-866-834-3431 PROGRAM ADMINISTERED BY THE MISSOURI t As I have sold my business, I would like to thank all my . patrons, friends and associates who have made my stay at Divots for 15 years very enjoyable. I am giving a free hog roast and par- ty on Saturday, May 23, for my retirement. Hope to see you there. Music, drinks, and fun start- ing at 2 p.m. Highway 6 ,Tolona, Mo. Thanks everyone John Bartz Sr.