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N EIGH BORHOOD 1"4 EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, ]985, --L Lewistown merle Garnett I I \\;\ PRES Published Every II III Open house to honor 90th birthday I III An open house wm be held Friday, August 2, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the home of Garrett Haines, in honor of Egbert Arnold's 90th birthday. An invitation is extended to his friends through the Press-News Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert LiIlard of Williamstown, Mrs. Nelda Hflpert of Arbela, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Walker of Kirksville spent Tuesday in the home of Maxine Walker of Lewistown, having a delightful time celebrating the bh-thday of Mrs. Lillard. Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Sharps attended the afternoon and evening fellowship so,ions at the Nelsonville bmembly of God Church last Monday. Sunday, a week ago, guests of the Wilbur Sharpes were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bevill, IAtBelle; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bevtll and family, Mentor, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Kent Brenner and Marilyn Patterson and girls of quincy. The. Terry Bevllls spent several days with his pm'ents in LaBalle. Grog Dance had as a weekend guest, Jim  Woolbrtdge of West Plains. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumhaugh spent wvral days with David Brumbaugh in ], 111. On Sunday they called on Evellne Pits in Ewing. $tmday afternoon and supper guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stice of Canton, and Mr. end Mrs. Harry Cleek of Yueiapa, Calif. Saturday and Sunday guests of the Stices were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crlder and son of Hannibal, and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stice and Nikki. The family enjoyed ammding the Lewis County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Van Meter came Thursday to the John Eldon Van Maters. Holly Wiley and Hillary of Palmyra called Saturday afternoon. Saturday night guests for a fish fry Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stephemon, Pqgy  and Amelia Taylor of .  Va Van  let Sunday for their home in Anderson'" In, taking Smmnne home after she haft spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Emrick recently had a book display in the American Library Association Convention in Chicago. Debbie Kempe of New York also attended and they enjoyed dinner together o.e eveIng. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bltcom of Mesa, AriL,  overnight guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Emrick a week ago, They called in the Harry Emrick home Sumiay. E. O. Geisendorfer was able to attend a couple of sessions of the Lewis County Fair which was ted to him this year. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lake and Laura Jo of EIsberry were Wednesday tl Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Meter and attended the fair. David Lake and Amy Fisher of attended the fair also. Mrs. Don Boyer and girls attended the fair Tuesday and Friday nights. Betty Jo Phillips visited the Jake Box home Monday. Kathlo Wag)' and Frances McCon- nell attended the fair Wednesday aftenmev and were supper guests of the Larry MeConnell family. Tereu Mauck of LaBelle was a Saturday and Sunday guest of Tara and attended the fair. Mr.  Mrs. Match Phillips of St. Louis were Tuesday and Wednesday et Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips, Veta Breason joined them for supper Ttmday ntt. Friday through Tuesday guests of Roy. and Mrs. Wilbur Sharpe Were IMftny Jmd Stefanie Patterson. Bottle Logan called Saturday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mondm. Fair view, Prairie View PCAs, FLBAs to have new name and identification Missouri's Production Credit As- sociations (PCAs) and Federal Land Bank Associations (FLBAs) will soon be reorganized into Farm Credit Services offices, if members approve recent restructuring proposals. Stock- holders in the state's 10 PCAs and 12 FLBAs would be able to obtain a total would be jointly housed, managed and staffed. Customer-stockholders would ultimately have available from a single loan officer, short, intermediate and long-term financing to meet the entire range of their credit needs. Similar proposals, aimed at achiev- ing greater cost effectiveness as well as more convenient service, are in It was standing room only just prior to the combine crash Thursday at the Lewis County Fair. This view from the top of the ferris wheel shows break dancers on the stage in the center, Prairie View Rest Home in the upper left background. This picture was taken about half an hour before the record-setting crowd saw the combine crash. loan-servicing package from the renamed Farm CrediCServices offices, after voting to adopt those proposals which are currently un.nsidera- tion.byJheir hoards of /The newly oranized offices will be operating in 5 realigned territories in the state and will adopt a new corporate symbol as well. The new symbol is called the BluSter. According to Glenn E. Heitz, CEO of the Farm Credit Banks of St. Louis, "the BluSter is a new symbol of the Farm Credit System's unity. It represents the system's commitment to meeting the changing needs and problems of agriculture with financial strength and effective, innovative service." "Adopting beth the BioStar and the Farm Credit Services name is especially appropriate at this time, as we adapt to a changing economic environment with a more streamlined, closely coordinated and cost-efficient operating structure," says Heitz. The proposals would affect PCAs and FLBAs in both Illinois and Arkansas, as well as in Missouri. In all, 19 new'FLBA territories would be created, and the proposed single, districtwide PCA would be subdivided into 19 corresponding service territor- ies. In each of the 19 identical PCA-FLBA territories, central and branch Farm Credit Services offices Capt. Darnell to head Troop B Effective July 1, Lieutenant William B. Darnell was promoted to captain by Colonel Howard J. Hoffman, superin- tendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Capt. Darnell will be the Commanding Officer of Troop B, which consists of 16 counties in northeast Missouri. Under his com- mand will be 61 officers and 34 civilians. Capt. Darnell replaces Capt. E. E. Kelsey, who retired effective graduation, his first post of assignment was at Sikeston. He was later stationed at Portageville. In 19e8, he was promoted to corporal, and in 1970, he received his sergeant stripes, serving as commander of the Portageville area zone until 1980. In 1980, he was promoted to lieutenant and stationed at Lee's Summit, Troop A. Over the years Capt. Darnen has attended several schools of higher various stages of adoption throughout July 1. education for the petrol which @tclude the Farm Credit System nationwide. In Capt, Darneli is a 23-year veteran of Central Missouri State University at the Mid-west alone, stockholders in the the Highway Patrol. He was 23 years Warrensburg, the FBI Academy at Wichita, OmahaandLoutsvilln ,dis-" old at the time of  appointment and Qnantico, Va., and the Northwest tricts will be joining those in Arkansas, attended the patrol's acadWb.ich Traffid Institute in Chicago. Illinois and Missouri in voting on was at Rolla at the time. Upon restructuring proposals; in St. Paul, a restructuring plan is currently being implemented. "The acitivity," says Heitz, "is symptomatic of the Farm Credit System's effort to remain in the vanguard of credit service to farmers, even as the economic environment is caught up in acclerating change." However, as Chillicothe, Missouri farmer and St. Louis District Board chairman Wally McGinnis points out, "Stockholders will be asked to vote on the proposals only after each of them has received a fully detailed, carefully documented disclosure statement, later on this fall." The voting itself is anticipated to take place between mid-October and mid-November. After they have been approved by members, the proposals would be implemented January 1, 1986. The new name, Farm Credit Services, and the new corporate symbol the BioStar, would be instated to identify the new corporate structure at that time. The Farm Credit System in the Sixth Farm Credit District comprises the Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of St. Louis, The St. Louis Bank for rNOW Open LEWlSTOWN LOCKER ' SERVICE B00chering Mondoy L T u,.k,y. d/. We sell corded beef by the V, or reteg by the p00ml. Phone 314-497.2404 KIRKSVILLE OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH CENTER is #eased to announce the association of Richard Darrow, D. O. State Fair barrow show Aug. 17 The 1985 Missouri State Fair barrow show is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug, 17. This is one of the largest attractions of the swine show. A correction and clarification in this year's fair premium catalog should be made indicating that the correct date and time for weigh-in of all harrows is from 5-9 p.m. on Aug. 15. All barrows must be checked in by 9 p.m. on that day. The purpose of the show is to recognize the visual characteristics of the ideal market barrow along with the carcass quality which is most Cooperatives, as well as Feaerat tanu Bank Associations and Production credit Associations throughout Mis- souri, Arkansas, and Illinois. Insurance should g00you more n 0 sense of securily. desirable for the industry. This allows producers to obtain cut-out quality information on barrows and, in general, to promote the swine industry. For more information concerning the "barrow show, contact the Missouri State Fair, P.O. Box 111 Sedalia, Me. in the department of with subsveeialty in F. docrmology ., , Endocrinology Clime Hours- .... l Wednesdays from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gutensohn Clinic (816)626-2206 ':':"' ss:''""" David 130 Avenue Of  ! Canton, Co.or,dined  lhe tew,s Count,/ Ie tew,tiown New " Advertising MISSOURI pRESS colam, RATE In Lewis, Knox, and Clark Cotmti, a year ............... Six months ..... .F_.sewlmre in other states, a ye- Six months ............ Display Advertising, Column inch.., Classified Advert Per word ......... "" Minimum ............ Display Classified, CoL inch ............. Card of Thanks.. Two-car A two car LaBel]e, involving dents, occurred 11:10 a.m. The mishap bound 1978 Ford Lay, 32, was west bound 1976 Ida Barnes, 91. No injuries were Barnes was taken fer a checkup. There was vehlde and Barnes' van. for failure to sto [ PUBLIC AUCT Since I have sold my home and no longer have a need )roperty, I will sell the following, at the home, located 4-way stop in Wayland, Mo. on Saturday, August 3, At 10 o'clock sharp! HOUSEHOLD 200-plus salt and pepper shakers, dating to early 1900's; kit six chairs; 3-pc. bedroom suite, nice; Frigidaire electric frost-free refrigerator; metal kitchen cabinets; new used; kitchen cupboard; three wooden cabinets; six stands; six chests of drawers; three clothes hampers; pi 2-pc. bedroom sets; four bentwood chairs; chest of chiffarobe; camel back trunk; small trunk; lamps; throw leaf table with two chairs; 12 small dressers; magazine chest; doilies; wooden desk; two large rockers; freezer; Wards chest-type freezer; lawn chairs; kitchen grill w/warmer; electric skillets; roaster; Speed Queen wash tub; Hoover upright vacuum; five swivel rockers, matching chair; stand table; two end tables; Duncan chairs; 19-in. Panasonic TV; china hutch, nice; metal flowers; Wards zig-zag sewing machine in cabinet, nice; fern stand; lots of sheets, some new; pillow cases; towels; lots of needlework; lots and lots of dishes depression  different colors, carnival, every day; pots deep fat fryer; air popcorn popper; hand mixer; casserole warmer; four salters; cookie jars; electric can granite ware; Crock Pot; granite pans. HAND & GARDEN TOOLS & 20-in 3'/= hp push mower, like new; Tom Boy push ders; 2-wheel hand cart; six wire panels; 30-ft. aluminum gas can; lawn cart; child's wooden wagon; kerosene battery charger, 6 & 12 volt; hammers; electric shovels; garden tools; potato forks; tile spade; cords; electric heater; Black and Decker power and Decker jig saw; Toro trimmer; lots of hand tools; other items too numerous to mention. mmm= m=mmmnmmm=  Any announcements made day ol sale hold TERMS: CASH or CHECK Not with Proper I D " Lunch served by Wayland Methodist Church i CARYL SPRATT, CAMPBELL AUCTION CC Harold "Bub" Campbell 816-754-6034 N EIGH BORHOOD 1"4 EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, ]985, --L Lewistown merle Garnett I I \\;\ PRES Published Every II III Open house to honor 90th birthday I III An open house wm be held Friday, August 2, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the home of Garrett Haines, in honor of Egbert Arnold's 90th birthday. An invitation is extended to his friends through the Press-News Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert LiIlard of Williamstown, Mrs. Nelda Hflpert of Arbela, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Walker of Kirksville spent Tuesday in the home of Maxine Walker of Lewistown, having a delightful time celebrating the bh-thday of Mrs. Lillard. Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Sharps attended the afternoon and evening fellowship so,ions at the Nelsonville bmembly of God Church last Monday. Sunday, a week ago, guests of the Wilbur Sharpes were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bevill, IAtBelle; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bevtll and family, Mentor, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Kent Brenner and Marilyn Patterson and girls of quincy. The. Terry Bevllls spent several days with his pm'ents in LaBalle. Grog Dance had as a weekend guest, Jim  Woolbrtdge of West Plains. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumhaugh spent wvral days with David Brumbaugh in ], 111. On Sunday they called on Evellne Pits in Ewing. $tmday afternoon and supper guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stice of Canton, and Mr. end Mrs. Harry Cleek of Yueiapa, Calif. Saturday and Sunday guests of the Stices were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crlder and son of Hannibal, and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stice and Nikki. The family enjoyed ammding the Lewis County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Van Meter came Thursday to the John Eldon Van Maters. Holly Wiley and Hillary of Palmyra called Saturday afternoon. Saturday night guests for a fish fry Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stephemon, Pqgy  and Amelia Taylor of .  Va Van  let Sunday for their home in Anderson'" In, taking Smmnne home after she haft spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Emrick recently had a book display in the American Library Association Convention in Chicago. Debbie Kempe of New York also attended and they enjoyed dinner together o.e eveIng. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bltcom of Mesa, AriL,  overnight guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Emrick a week ago, They called in the Harry Emrick home Sumiay. E. O. Geisendorfer was able to attend a couple of sessions of the Lewis County Fair which was ted to him this year. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lake and Laura Jo of EIsberry were Wednesday tl Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Meter and attended the fair. David Lake and Amy Fisher of attended the fair also. Mrs. Don Boyer and girls attended the fair Tuesday and Friday nights. Betty Jo Phillips visited the Jake Box home Monday. Kathlo Wag)' and Frances McCon- nell attended the fair Wednesday aftenmev and were supper guests of the Larry MeConnell family. Tereu Mauck of LaBelle was a Saturday and Sunday guest of Tara and attended the fair. Mr.  Mrs. Match Phillips of St. Louis were Tuesday and Wednesday et Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips, Veta Breason joined them for supper Ttmday ntt. Friday through Tuesday guests of Roy. and Mrs. Wilbur Sharpe Were IMftny Jmd Stefanie Patterson. Bottle Logan called Saturday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mondm. Fair view, Prairie View PCAs, FLBAs to have new name and identification Missouri's Production Credit As- sociations (PCAs) and Federal Land Bank Associations (FLBAs) will soon be reorganized into Farm Credit Services offices, if members approve recent restructuring proposals. Stock- holders in the state's 10 PCAs and 12 FLBAs would be able to obtain a total would be jointly housed, managed and staffed. Customer-stockholders would ultimately have available from a single loan officer, short, intermediate and long-term financing to meet the entire range of their credit needs. Similar proposals, aimed at achiev- ing greater cost effectiveness as well as more convenient service, are in It was standing room only just prior to the combine crash Thursday at the Lewis County Fair. This view from the top of the ferris wheel shows break dancers on the stage in the center, Prairie View Rest Home in the upper left background. This picture was taken about half an hour before the record-setting crowd saw the combine crash. loan-servicing package from the renamed Farm CrediCServices offices, after voting to adopt those proposals which are currently un.nsidera- tion.byJheir hoards of /The newly oranized offices will be operating in 5 realigned territories in the state and will adopt a new corporate symbol as well. The new symbol is called the BluSter. According to Glenn E. Heitz, CEO of the Farm Credit Banks of St. Louis, "the BluSter is a new symbol of the Farm Credit System's unity. It represents the system's commitment to meeting the changing needs and problems of agriculture with financial strength and effective, innovative service." "Adopting beth the BioStar and the Farm Credit Services name is especially appropriate at this time, as we adapt to a changing economic environment with a more streamlined, closely coordinated and cost-efficient operating structure," says Heitz. The proposals would affect PCAs and FLBAs in both Illinois and Arkansas, as well as in Missouri. In all, 19 new'FLBA territories would be created, and the proposed single, districtwide PCA would be subdivided into 19 corresponding service territor- ies. In each of the 19 identical PCA-FLBA territories, central and branch Farm Credit Services offices Capt. Darnell to head Troop B Effective July 1, Lieutenant William B. Darnell was promoted to captain by Colonel Howard J. Hoffman, superin- tendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Capt. Darnell will be the Commanding Officer of Troop B, which consists of 16 counties in northeast Missouri. Under his com- mand will be 61 officers and 34 civilians. Capt. Darnell replaces Capt. E. E. Kelsey, who retired effective graduation, his first post of assignment was at Sikeston. He was later stationed at Portageville. In 19e8, he was promoted to corporal, and in 1970, he received his sergeant stripes, serving as commander of the Portageville area zone until 1980. In 1980, he was promoted to lieutenant and stationed at Lee's Summit, Troop A. Over the years Capt. Darnen has attended several schools of higher various stages of adoption throughout July 1. education for the petrol which @tclude the Farm Credit System nationwide. In Capt, Darneli is a 23-year veteran of Central Missouri State University at the Mid-west alone, stockholders in the the Highway Patrol. He was 23 years Warrensburg, the FBI Academy at Wichita, OmahaandLoutsvilln ,dis-" old at the time of  appointment and Qnantico, Va., and the Northwest tricts will be joining those in Arkansas, attended the patrol's acadWb.ich Traffid Institute in Chicago. Illinois and Missouri in voting on was at Rolla at the time. Upon restructuring proposals; in St. Paul, a restructuring plan is currently being implemented. "The acitivity," says Heitz, "is symptomatic of the Farm Credit System's effort to remain in the vanguard of credit service to farmers, even as the economic environment is caught up in acclerating change." However, as Chillicothe, Missouri farmer and St. Louis District Board chairman Wally McGinnis points out, "Stockholders will be asked to vote on the proposals only after each of them has received a fully detailed, carefully documented disclosure statement, later on this fall." The voting itself is anticipated to take place between mid-October and mid-November. After they have been approved by members, the proposals would be implemented January 1, 1986. The new name, Farm Credit Services, and the new corporate symbol the BioStar, would be instated to identify the new corporate structure at that time. The Farm Credit System in the Sixth Farm Credit District comprises the Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of St. Louis, The St. Louis Bank for rNOW Open LEWlSTOWN LOCKER ' SERVICE B00chering Mondoy L T u,.k,y. d/. We sell corded beef by the V, or reteg by the p00ml. Phone 314-497.2404 KIRKSVILLE OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH CENTER is #eased to announce the association of Richard Darrow, D. O. State Fair barrow show Aug. 17 The 1985 Missouri State Fair barrow show is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug, 17. This is one of the largest attractions of the swine show. A correction and clarification in this year's fair premium catalog should be made indicating that the correct date and time for weigh-in of all harrows is from 5-9 p.m. on Aug. 15. All barrows must be checked in by 9 p.m. on that day. The purpose of the show is to recognize the visual characteristics of the ideal market barrow along with the carcass quality which is most Cooperatives, as well as Feaerat tanu Bank Associations and Production credit Associations throughout Mis- souri, Arkansas, and Illinois. Insurance should g00you more n 0 sense of securily. desirable for the industry. This allows producers to obtain cut-out quality information on barrows and, in general, to promote the swine industry. For more information concerning the "barrow show, contact the Missouri State Fair, P.O. Box 111 Sedalia, Me. in the department of with subsveeialty in F. docrmology ., , Endocrinology Clime Hours- .... l Wednesdays from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gutensohn Clinic (816)626-2206 ':':"' ss:''""" David 130 Avenue Of  ! Canton, Co.or,dined  lhe tew,s Count,/ Ie tew,tiown New " Advertising MISSOURI pRESS colam, RATE In Lewis, Knox, and Clark Cotmti, a year ............... Six months ..... .F_.sewlmre in other states, a ye- Six months ............ Display Advertising, Column inch.., Classified Advert Per word ......... "" Minimum ............ Display Classified, CoL inch ............. Card of Thanks.. Two-car A two car LaBel]e, involving dents, occurred 11:10 a.m. The mishap bound 1978 Ford Lay, 32, was west bound 1976 Ida Barnes, 91. No injuries were Barnes was taken fer a checkup. There was vehlde and Barnes' van. for failure to sto [ PUBLIC AUCT Since I have sold my home and no longer have a need )roperty, I will sell the following, at the home, located 4-way stop in Wayland, Mo. on Saturday, August 3, At 10 o'clock sharp! HOUSEHOLD 200-plus salt and pepper shakers, dating to early 1900's; kit six chairs; 3-pc. bedroom suite, nice; Frigidaire electric frost-free refrigerator; metal kitchen cabinets; new used; kitchen cupboard; three wooden cabinets; six stands; six chests of drawers; three clothes hampers; pi 2-pc. bedroom sets; four bentwood chairs; chest of chiffarobe; camel back trunk; small trunk; lamps; throw leaf table with two chairs; 12 small dressers; magazine chest; doilies; wooden desk; two large rockers; freezer; Wards chest-type freezer; lawn chairs; kitchen grill w/warmer; electric skillets; roaster; Speed Queen wash tub; Hoover upright vacuum; five swivel rockers, matching chair; stand table; two end tables; Duncan chairs; 19-in. Panasonic TV; china hutch, nice; metal flowers; Wards zig-zag sewing machine in cabinet, nice; fern stand; lots of sheets, some new; pillow cases; towels; lots of needlework; lots and lots of dishes depression  different colors, carnival, every day; pots deep fat fryer; air popcorn popper; hand mixer; casserole warmer; four salters; cookie jars; electric can granite ware; Crock Pot; granite pans. HAND & GARDEN TOOLS & 20-in 3'/= hp push mower, like new; Tom Boy push ders; 2-wheel hand cart; six wire panels; 30-ft. aluminum gas can; lawn cart; child's wooden wagon; kerosene battery charger, 6 & 12 volt; hammers; electric shovels; garden tools; potato forks; tile spade; cords; electric heater; Black and Decker power and Decker jig saw; Toro trimmer; lots of hand tools; other items too numerous to mention. mmm= m=mmmnmmm=  Any announcements made day ol sale hold TERMS: CASH or CHECK Not with Proper I D " Lunch served by Wayland Methodist Church i CARYL SPRATT, CAMPBELL AUCTION CC Harold "Bub" Campbell 816-754-6034