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N ER&apos;00,L NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page 3ci Bank history began in Pollock, Mo. Holiday theme chosen for from the Bank of Canton at a price of ,250.00. The bank was located on the southeast corner of 4th & Lewis, which is the present location. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation issued the certificate of insurance to Canton State Bank on Oct. 1, 1935. The first day of business for the new bank was probably Oct. 4, 1935. The financial statement for that day shows footings of $28,125.00. Five months later, on March 4, 1936, the footings bad increased to $179,047.11 with total deposits reported as $150,606.56 and total loans as $48,427.95. The finan- cial statement of June 30, 1985, shows total footings of $23354,988.82, total I, the stockhold- Bank of Pollock changing aton, and upon of Finance, be known as The stockhold- Sept. 16 to instead of s Bank of Pollock in federal law. Bank was of Missouri on meeting of the seven 1935. The were authorized estate, building, and equipment of C has joined Kirksville Medicine and Health Center of internal depits of $19,563,285.39, and total loans of $4,108,212.68. The building has grown from the original building where the lobby and teller windows are, to the building east which now houses the bookkeeping department. The south side of the building was remodeled in 1979 to include a drive-up window. The Canton State Bank has made changes during the years to better serve it's customers. A walk-up window was added to the west side of the bank in the early 60's to increase banking hours. Check processing by computer began in July 1975. This has helped to bring more efficient service to the accounts. The drive-up opened in August 1979 and in September 1983 an Automatic Teller Machine was install- ed in place of the now outdated walk-up window. From the first bank president, W. A. "Willard" Hawkins, the Senator Edward Long, to retiring President, Glenn A. Miller, Canton State Bank has strived to provide it's customers with a solid banking foundation. Banking has made dramatic changes in the past 50 years and will continue to change in the coming years. Canton State Bank will continue to provide the latest banking services to keep up with ever changing industry and offer the highest quality service to its banking customers. establishing an Gutensohn utilize his to conditions, of the Dr. Darrow .general internal C- homecoming As kids, we all locked forward to holidays. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, the Fourth of July, Easter and New Year's Day were all big events in our lives. This year, many  those special days will be recreated in Culver-Stock- ton College's Homecoming Oct. U and 12, as stodents and alumni celebrate "Hilltop Holidays." The weekend will kick off Friday morning with the Alumni Association Annual Meeting and Board Meeting. That afternoon, students and alumni will participate in a golf tournament at River Valley Country Club. Special class reunions for the classes of 1935, 1960, 1965 and 1975 and for World War II students will be held early Friday evening, and an all- alumni reunion party will he held later Friday evening at the Golden Eagle Riverboat. The parade through downtown Canton will be the highlight Saturday at 10 a.m. The residence hoaua will hold open house from 11 a.m. to I p.m. Saturday; the TKE alumni softball game -- between the elamm 1966 and 1966 -- will be held at 11:; and the footbaU game betwem tim C-SC Wildcats and the Central Methodist Eagles will begin at I:. During halftime of the foothill game, George Barry '41, tartly Moot '58, Dave Little ', and Totsch '84, will be inducted u C-8C Athletic Greats. Ken E. "Gus" Williams '68, and former coach Paul Scott (1937-41) will be awarded college's highest athletic reeognttiea by being inducted into the C-SC Hall of Fame. The alumni dinner will be held Saturday evening at the Quincy Holiday Inn. A dance will follow. For more information contact the Office of Alumni, Culver-Stocktem. College, Canton, Mo. , phone ($14) 288-5221, or in Quincy (217) 223-7474. / r ] ,:- Elementary astronomy to be offered at C-S this fall Many secrets lie in the regions beyond our own planet. As part of its Evening and Weekend College, Culver- Stockton College invites star gazers to uncover those secrets in its Elemen- tary Astronomy course offered this fall. The course, which meets Wednesday evenings, 7-10, is an elementary survey of the nature and behavior of the solar system and the regions beyond. It also studies the basic physical processes occurring throughout the universe. The course begim, Sept. 11 and runs until Dec. 20. There are no prerequisites for the course; it can be taken for three eredR hours or for audit. High school smt may also take the course " with permission of their schools. Enrollment is going on now. To register or for more informatien, the Registrar's Office, C,.SC, ($14) 288-221, or in Quincy (217) 223-7474. Approximately 40 people from the tri-state area attended the llliamo Travel /I trend the Council fish fry July 17 in Canton. liliamo is derived from the abbreviations of Travel Council picnic the three states and works to promote area tourism. A ferry ride followed the DII[ fish fry. of ate Contracts given NECAC Advisory Brad Blackburn Lake of' assigned to Europe for levee repair Board met ty officer 2nd Class Brad the O[k Blackburn, formerly of Quincy, son of Kemp and Son of Letts, In., has The NECAC Lewis County Advisory Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blackburn of Satuiday,  July 27 10-dusk received a $199,800 contract from the Board met July 10 at the NECAC Canton, has finished three months of Rock Island District of the U.S. Army Canton office. Members in attendance Uninterrupted Power System Genera- Sunday, July 28 noon - &mk corps of Engineers to repair damaged were Cleta Mae Van Tress, Irene tar School at Sheppard Air Force Base, levees in the St. Francisville private Salter and Sister Carol Kopff. Others Wichita Falls, Tex., and two weak IF[[][][ IIIAILILoONS IOA T RIDES levee in Clark county, and in the Old in attendance were Ede Horton and Navy Leadership Management School 4k O'q J[[][DJ$ A[r]]JJPqr Canal private levee in Lee County, la. Janice Robinson. Mrs. Robinson gave at Little Creek Amphibious School at The two Des Moines River levees were the report. Norfork, va. I:Olt Tttt gtD$ DOOIg PIIZES ]PS damaged by flooding from an ice jam Discussion centered around getting Blackburn has served 15 months in in February 1985. more involvement in board member- Guam and 12 months Navy Security The St. Francisville private levee ship. Groups Activity at Adak, Alaska. Ribbon Eatt|mfl Satrda M protects 1,500 acres of farm land and If interested in coming to the He will be leaving Aug. 1 after the Old Canal private levee protects Advisory Board and see what the local visiting since July 5 with his parents ] 2 miles North of Canton on ID. 8 1 400 acres of farm land. Community Action Agency is doing, and other relatives in the area. He will Follow Signs, Phone $14-288.SS6 Repairs to the two levees are to be they meet the second Wednesday of go to Edzell, Scotland, United completed in120 days, after Kempand everyother month at 1:30 p.m. at the Kingdom, where he will serve two Son receives notice to proceed. NECAC office, years with the Navy Security Group obtetn e Property Report requlred by Federel law and reed it before .llnim | mmy1im, Edina with Activity as a construction electrician No Federal qmcy has Judged the merits or value, If mmy', of thls proltO. In addition to --- ..... .... --': "" L l with the Navy Seabees. program of ]=__..--- --  --- -=-- " ........ -" __ =.=: will teach  0A#CE ille, he was immediate care 'ville, S.C., .=__- , J Z ,p.m. to 12--. 1 AYERCO is proud to vas 'ivate generalyears.medicine associate For twain "' K----. MO #flg8 1"= " ! 1  'fat edicineOsteopathicat , [...__ FEAI1JRING c.o, os -_- announce e new logo of Gdes Fried Chicken. excited about e area and the [-_-[ Tues., July 30-PORK CHOPS "-'-----:I ehing. "I enjoy area _ that's Chester Fried is stil00 4y orientation lbeatory care the sam.e Golden Frie Kansas City, Momtunzed Chicken with .Medicine, Dr.-, aship and residency Come Jam the Fun! a New Name. HOS- Bw-B-00I00e .o,,orm, s2 tty SENATOR NORMAN + L. MERRELL t hold SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, 1985 ,nd ota,o, Sa, ad t I1:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. t m bu,.r f College at BUZZARD'S ROOST for new <am Mark Twain State Park (. v. o.> 1:30 p.m. The Crispy, Moisturl:d Chicken A-3 at SCC Fun, Food, & ave Entertoinment 10-pc. Chicken Will include Schedules, : -_-_-_---:--_--- md transfer SPECIAL GULSTS fNCtUf: $ 99 have not 3rd District Congressman Richard Gephardt CANTON AYERCO to attend RI. s6.94 -r. 16 ROUT| I to attend 4th District Congmssmn Ike Skelton who have attended a  District ,,,,se'"ressmn Harem Volkmer with FREE pound of ruled op. , ,, ..,._. ,o,,o,.. .  Students (Cole Slaw, Macaroni or we m**rv. *he  to titan amtm.: a specific TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE GATE OR weldin FXO vouJ LOCAL COUNTY OFFICIALS Potato Salad) and Pdd for by Frleads of Norman Mrrell Bill Anderson, Trecmurer I[lcrs GOOD THRU JULY SO attend this N ER'00,L NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page 3ci Bank history began in Pollock, Mo. Holiday theme chosen for from the Bank of Canton at a price of ,250.00. The bank was located on the southeast corner of 4th & Lewis, which is the present location. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation issued the certificate of insurance to Canton State Bank on Oct. 1, 1935. The first day of business for the new bank was probably Oct. 4, 1935. The financial statement for that day shows footings of $28,125.00. Five months later, on March 4, 1936, the footings bad increased to $179,047.11 with total deposits reported as $150,606.56 and total loans as $48,427.95. The finan- cial statement of June 30, 1985, shows total footings of $23354,988.82, total I, the stockhold- Bank of Pollock changing aton, and upon of Finance, be known as The stockhold- Sept. 16 to instead of s Bank of Pollock in federal law. Bank was of Missouri on meeting of the seven 1935. The were authorized estate, building, and equipment of C has joined Kirksville Medicine and Health Center of internal depits of $19,563,285.39, and total loans of $4,108,212.68. The building has grown from the original building where the lobby and teller windows are, to the building east which now houses the bookkeeping department. The south side of the building was remodeled in 1979 to include a drive-up window. The Canton State Bank has made changes during the years to better serve it's customers. A walk-up window was added to the west side of the bank in the early 60's to increase banking hours. Check processing by computer began in July 1975. This has helped to bring more efficient service to the accounts. The drive-up opened in August 1979 and in September 1983 an Automatic Teller Machine was install- ed in place of the now outdated walk-up window. From the first bank president, W. A. "Willard" Hawkins, the Senator Edward Long, to retiring President, Glenn A. Miller, Canton State Bank has strived to provide it's customers with a solid banking foundation. Banking has made dramatic changes in the past 50 years and will continue to change in the coming years. Canton State Bank will continue to provide the latest banking services to keep up with ever changing industry and offer the highest quality service to its banking customers. establishing an Gutensohn utilize his to conditions, of the Dr. Darrow .general internal C- homecoming As kids, we all locked forward to holidays. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, the Fourth of July, Easter and New Year's Day were all big events in our lives. This year, many  those special days will be recreated in Culver-Stock- ton College's Homecoming Oct. U and 12, as stodents and alumni celebrate "Hilltop Holidays." The weekend will kick off Friday morning with the Alumni Association Annual Meeting and Board Meeting. That afternoon, students and alumni will participate in a golf tournament at River Valley Country Club. Special class reunions for the classes of 1935, 1960, 1965 and 1975 and for World War II students will be held early Friday evening, and an all- alumni reunion party will he held later Friday evening at the Golden Eagle Riverboat. The parade through downtown Canton will be the highlight Saturday at 10 a.m. The residence hoaua will hold open house from 11 a.m. to I p.m. Saturday; the TKE alumni softball game -- between the elamm 1966 and 1966 -- will be held at 11:; and the footbaU game betwem tim C-SC Wildcats and the Central Methodist Eagles will begin at I:. During halftime of the foothill game, George Barry '41, tartly Moot '58, Dave Little ', and Totsch '84, will be inducted u C-8C Athletic Greats. Ken E. "Gus" Williams '68, and former coach Paul Scott (1937-41) will be awarded college's highest athletic reeognttiea by being inducted into the C-SC Hall of Fame. The alumni dinner will be held Saturday evening at the Quincy Holiday Inn. A dance will follow. For more information contact the Office of Alumni, Culver-Stocktem. College, Canton, Mo. , phone ($14) 288-5221, or in Quincy (217) 223-7474. / r ] ,:- Elementary astronomy to be offered at C-S this fall Many secrets lie in the regions beyond our own planet. As part of its Evening and Weekend College, Culver- Stockton College invites star gazers to uncover those secrets in its Elemen- tary Astronomy course offered this fall. The course, which meets Wednesday evenings, 7-10, is an elementary survey of the nature and behavior of the solar system and the regions beyond. It also studies the basic physical processes occurring throughout the universe. The course begim, Sept. 11 and runs until Dec. 20. There are no prerequisites for the course; it can be taken for three eredR hours or for audit. High school smt may also take the course " with permission of their schools. Enrollment is going on now. To register or for more informatien, the Registrar's Office, C,.SC, ($14) 288-221, or in Quincy (217) 223-7474. Approximately 40 people from the tri-state area attended the llliamo Travel /I trend the Council fish fry July 17 in Canton. liliamo is derived from the abbreviations of Travel Council picnic the three states and works to promote area tourism. A ferry ride followed the DII[ fish fry. of ate Contracts given NECAC Advisory Brad Blackburn Lake of' assigned to Europe for levee repair Board met ty officer 2nd Class Brad the O[k Blackburn, formerly of Quincy, son of Kemp and Son of Letts, In., has The NECAC Lewis County Advisory Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blackburn of Satuiday,  July 27 10-dusk received a $199,800 contract from the Board met July 10 at the NECAC Canton, has finished three months of Rock Island District of the U.S. Army Canton office. Members in attendance Uninterrupted Power System Genera- Sunday, July 28 noon -&mk corps of Engineers to repair damaged were Cleta Mae Van Tress, Irene tar School at Sheppard Air Force Base, levees in the St. Francisville private Salter and Sister Carol Kopff. Others Wichita Falls, Tex., and two weak IF[[][][ IIIAILILoONS IOA T RIDES levee in Clark county, and in the Old in attendance were Ede Horton and Navy Leadership Management School 4k O'q J[[][DJ$ A[r]]JJPqr Canal private levee in Lee County, la. Janice Robinson. Mrs. Robinson gave at Little Creek Amphibious School at The two Des Moines River levees were the report. Norfork, va. I:Olt Tttt gtD$ DOOIg PIIZES ]PS damaged by flooding from an ice jam Discussion centered around getting Blackburn has served 15 months in in February 1985. more involvement in board member- Guam and 12 months Navy Security The St. Francisville private levee ship. Groups Activity at Adak, Alaska. Ribbon Eatt|mfl Satrda M protects 1,500 acres of farm land and If interested in coming to the He will be leaving Aug. 1 after the Old Canal private levee protects Advisory Board and see what the local visiting since July 5 with his parents ] 2 miles North of Canton on ID. 8 1 400 acres of farm land. Community Action Agency is doing, and other relatives in the area. He will Follow Signs, Phone $14-288.SS6 Repairs to the two levees are to be they meet the second Wednesday of go to Edzell, Scotland, United completed in120 days, after Kempand everyother month at 1:30 p.m. at the Kingdom, where he will serve two Son receives notice to proceed. NECAC office, years with the Navy Security Group obtetn e Property Report requlred by Federel law and reed it before .llnim | mmy1im, Edina with Activity as a construction electrician No Federal qmcy has Judged the merits or value, If mmy', of thls proltO. In addition to --- ..... .... --': "" L l with the Navy Seabees. program of ]=__..--- --  --- -=-- " ........ -" __ =.=: will teach  0A#CE ille, he was immediate care 'ville, S.C., .=__- , J Z ,p.m. to 12--. 1 AYERCO is proud to vas 'ivate generalyears.medicine associate For twain "' K----. MO #flg8 1"= " ! 1  'fat edicineOsteopathicat , [...__ FEAI1JRING c.o, os -_- announce e new logo of Gdes Fried Chicken. excited about e area and the [-_-[ Tues., July 30-PORK CHOPS "-'-----:I ehing. "I enjoy area _ that's Chester Fried is stil00 4y orientation lbeatory care the sam.e Golden Frie Kansas City, Momtunzed Chicken with .Medicine, Dr.-, aship and residency Come Jam the Fun! a New Name. HOS- Bw-B-00I00e .o,,orm, s2 tty SENATOR NORMAN + L. MERRELL t hold SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, 1985 ,nd ota,o, Sa, ad t I1:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. t m bu,.r f College at BUZZARD'S ROOST for new <am Mark Twain State Park (. v. o.> 1:30 p.m. The Crispy, Moisturl:d Chicken A-3 at SCC Fun, Food, & ave Entertoinment 10-pc. Chicken Will include Schedules, : -_-_-_---:--_--- md transfer SPECIAL GULSTS fNCtUf: $ 99 have not 3rd District Congressman Richard Gephardt CANTON AYERCO to attend RI. s6.94 -r. 16 ROUT| I to attend 4th District Congmssmn Ike Skelton who have attended a  District ,,,,se'"ressmn Harem Volkmer with FREE pound of ruled op. , ,, ..,._. ,o,,o,.. .  Students (Cole Slaw, Macaroni or we m**rv. *he  to titan amtm.: a specific TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE GATE OR weldin FXO vouJ LOCAL COUNTY OFFICIALS Potato Salad) and Pdd for by Frleads of Norman Mrrell Bill Anderson, Trecmurer I[lcrs GOOD THRU JULY SO attend this