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S Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985 50 IONS family reunion July 21, at the Deer for the noon meal Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ill.; Nina Schork, and Mrs. Archie Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and Eric, and Mrs. Everett and Mrs. Le Roy Mr. and Mrs. Willard la.; and from and Mrs. Don Garnett, Doris Brumbaugh, my, Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Derksen, Sonya Martin, Sarah and Crystal and Amy and Mort Stice. reunion was held in I-,aBelle July 7. friends of the late Bishoff numbered 65 meal and a Were Mr. and Mrs. of Elizabethtown, rs. Robert Bishoff, Jr. of Decatur; Mr 3ishoff of Florence, and Gary Ark. : Nicole f Chillicothe: Jay Terpening of ; Regina and ille ; Pearl and Mrs. Hubert Mr. and Mrs. Jason and Kara of Mrs. Keith Bishoff West and J W. of and Mr. and 'f and Karyn of of Ewing : Rockwell, Tiffini, EIsberry; Mr. and and Lori of Jane Miller, Reed Miller, and Mr and Mrs. and Heather of Miller and Beth Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mrs. radley, Troy and !t Hudut .and Ridgely of Ridgely of Des of Dallas, Tex.: of Maywood amily of the late was held July United Metodist gave thanks for ae family, for the incr. The day was ng at old family ere Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Yer: Mr and Mrs. Ill.: Mr. and : Mr. and of Liberty, Hearn, Eric and Amy of Fairfield: Miss Sandi Walter of Burlington, Mrs. Anna Mac Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown of Lewistown: Mrs. Ethel Clark of Monticello: and Mr. and Mrs. J. W Clark and son, Ebert Reiter. Gilbert and Mary Walter and Mr and Mrs Leo Uhlmeyer of Canton Liilard Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard hosted the annual Frank Lillard family reunion in their home Sunday, July 14 Porter's birthday was also celebrated, plus others in the family with July birthdays Those attending were Mrs Frances Lillard, Canton: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lillard, Williamstown: Mr. and Mrs Richard Hollo,veil and daughters, Kirksvillel Mr and Mrs. Rusty Rothweiler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Meuiling and family. Monroe City: Miss Robin Tiemann. Ewing; Dave Graves. Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans and family, LaGrange: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lillard, Durham: Rev and Mrs. Russell Brownell and family, Maywood and Rev Jim Kepler, Hannibal. Speer Reunion The annual Speer reunion, descen- dants of Thomas F. and Rachel Hayden Speer was held Sunday, July 21, in Williamstown. They had 10 children and all are deceased. Family members of three, Cleve, John and Myrtle Speer Chapman were present for the occasion. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Speer, Jennifer and Julie, Savannah, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson, Nathan and Casey, Fillmore; Mr. and Mrs. Chester St. Clair, Mrs. Freda Bevans, Wyaconda; Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown, Durward Speer, Can- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls, Monticello: Mrs. Betty Sawyer, Mrs. Elmer Reitz, Mrs. Mary Lou White, Michele and Joshua, Kahoka; Mrs. Catherine Spratt, Durham: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hunter, Brian, Brooke and Benjamin, Biggsville, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Willbite, Rock Island; Mrs. Margaret Briscoe and Stanley, Ghdstone. Ill.: Mrs. Carole Speer Zempel, Oak Brook, Ill.; Mr and Mrs. Frank Ewart, Theresa. Leslie and Adam Zaver, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ewart and Mrs. Mable Briscoe, Williams- town. Prizes were awarded to the oldest person, Durward Speer, 88 years; the youngest, Joshua White. 8 months: "youngest grandmother. Betty Jo Sawyer: most grandchildren present, Jack and Donna Speer; driving the oldest car, Freda Bevans; driving the farthest to attend, Carole Zempel. Plans were made to meet next year same time and same place,, third Sunday in July in Williamstown Park, if weather is nice, the Methodist Church basement if rainy. Waur Message Comes In the Clas#at L ', . REPORT OF CONDITION of the TON STATE BANK of Canton, in the state of Missouri. at the close of business on June 30, 1985. and Liabilities due from depository institutions balances and currency and coin receivables: iet of unearned income or loan and lease losses net of unearned income. assets (including capitalized leases  958 12 924 4 257 4.186 78 .23 and securities sold under agreements offices of the bank and of its subsidiaries, and in IBFs to the U.S. Treasury ......... ..... 19 2.786 16,777 . 20 I08 270 443 155 4OO 156 349 468 reserves ................ preferred stock, ..... 200 .... 350 ,.. 2 137 ..... 2 687 .23 155 Vice President and Cashier of the above-named that this Report of Condition is true and correct to the belief. OPEN KEN'S 7 DAYS A WEEK NEW STORE HOURS: $ a.m. 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday= Why pay more?! ,_oooo,_ JUNE 30 Shop the lowest price grocery store in Lewis County OhSe ALL.MEAT DIsCOUII00r I WIENERS l 00oooS Ib Sl,, " Sl S'i:,ED 69 , ......... BACON . ALL.MEAT s109 "" BOLOGNA ...... , %:7 "" .... 2 99 c SWEET PEAS ..... .,  ,.:,,.,,. ....... ..... , 69  PEACH HALVES .... ,,, MT. DEW, REG. & DIET SLICE, DIET PEPSi  8 16oz. BOTTLE DE ""-'- ' S219 ORANGE JUICE. ,o, c,,, PEP61 ....  ....... S149 KETCHUP ........... ? Betty Crocker Ass't. Ready.To-Spread CREAMY DELUXE acm ROSTING + ............ S24a COFFEE CREAMER o, SALAD DRESSING .... 6o, RONI.MAC ............. ., Gourrot Woltet 5 :e HASH BROWN POTATOES 2 ,,oSl 00 "'"" .... ' ......... Sl" LAYER CAKES ............. . ,o, : Clff. Wkltl , , SEEDLESS GRA 10 Lb. [R0CL,S"EARS ................ :59 C'REEN ...... ' 17 c i CABBAGE .......... .. l'0s:s"R:s .............. 59  ,, "'  ,.,.89 c .OELAT,N POPS .............. ..... Sl) A,RO:,..,.,  . , ....... a --, .... 5,.Sl ,, ,,,,,,, CORN. :... S Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985 50 IONS family reunion July 21, at the Deer for the noon meal Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ill.; Nina Schork, and Mrs. Archie Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and Eric, and Mrs. Everett and Mrs. Le Roy Mr. and Mrs. Willard la.; and from and Mrs. Don Garnett, Doris Brumbaugh, my, Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Derksen, Sonya Martin, Sarah and Crystal and Amy and Mort Stice. reunion was held in I-,aBelle July 7. friends of the late Bishoff numbered 65 meal and a Were Mr. and Mrs. of Elizabethtown, rs. Robert Bishoff, Jr. of Decatur; Mr 3ishoff of Florence, and Gary Ark. : Nicole f Chillicothe: Jay Terpening of ; Regina and ille ; Pearl and Mrs. Hubert Mr. and Mrs. Jason and Kara of Mrs. Keith Bishoff West and J W. of and Mr. and 'f and Karyn of of Ewing : Rockwell, Tiffini, EIsberry; Mr. and and Lori of Jane Miller, Reed Miller, and Mr and Mrs. and Heather of Miller and Beth Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mrs. radley, Troy and !t Hudut .and Ridgely of Ridgely of Des of Dallas, Tex.: of Maywood amily of the late was held July United Metodist gave thanks for ae family, for the incr. The day was ng at old family ere Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Yer: Mr and Mrs. Ill.: Mr. and : Mr. and of Liberty, Hearn, Eric and Amy of Fairfield: Miss Sandi Walter of Burlington, Mrs. Anna Mac Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown of Lewistown: Mrs. Ethel Clark of Monticello: and Mr. and Mrs. J. W Clark and son, Ebert Reiter. Gilbert and Mary Walter and Mr and Mrs Leo Uhlmeyer of Canton Liilard Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard hosted the annual Frank Lillard family reunion in their home Sunday, July 14 Porter's birthday was also celebrated, plus others in the family with July birthdays Those attending were Mrs Frances Lillard, Canton: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lillard, Williamstown: Mr. and Mrs Richard Hollo,veil and daughters, Kirksvillel Mr and Mrs. Rusty Rothweiler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Meuiling and family. Monroe City: Miss Robin Tiemann. Ewing; Dave Graves. Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans and family, LaGrange: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lillard, Durham: Rev and Mrs. Russell Brownell and family, Maywood and Rev Jim Kepler, Hannibal. Speer Reunion The annual Speer reunion, descen- dants of Thomas F. and Rachel Hayden Speer was held Sunday, July 21, in Williamstown. They had 10 children and all are deceased. Family members of three, Cleve, John and Myrtle Speer Chapman were present for the occasion. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Speer, Jennifer and Julie, Savannah, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson, Nathan and Casey, Fillmore; Mr. and Mrs. Chester St. Clair, Mrs. Freda Bevans, Wyaconda; Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown, Durward Speer, Can- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls, Monticello: Mrs. Betty Sawyer, Mrs. Elmer Reitz, Mrs. Mary Lou White, Michele and Joshua, Kahoka; Mrs. Catherine Spratt, Durham: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hunter, Brian, Brooke and Benjamin, Biggsville, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Willbite, Rock Island; Mrs. Margaret Briscoe and Stanley, Ghdstone. Ill.: Mrs. Carole Speer Zempel, Oak Brook, Ill.; Mr and Mrs. Frank Ewart, Theresa. Leslie and Adam Zaver, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ewart and Mrs. Mable Briscoe, Williams- town. Prizes were awarded to the oldest person, Durward Speer, 88 years; the youngest, Joshua White. 8 months: "youngest grandmother. Betty Jo Sawyer: most grandchildren present, Jack and Donna Speer; driving the oldest car, Freda Bevans; driving the farthest to attend, Carole Zempel. Plans were made to meet next year same time and same place,, third Sunday in July in Williamstown Park, if weather is nice, the Methodist Church basement if rainy. Waur Message Comes In the Clas#at L ', . REPORT OF CONDITION of the TON STATE BANK of Canton, in the state of Missouri. at the close of business on June 30, 1985. and Liabilities due from depository institutions balances and currency and coin receivables: iet of unearned income or loan and lease losses net of unearned income. assets (including capitalized leases  958 12 924 4 257 4.186 78 .23 and securities sold under agreements offices of the bank and of its subsidiaries, and in IBFs to the U.S. Treasury ......... ..... 19 2.786 16,777 . 20 I08 270 443 155 4OO 156 349 468 reserves ................ preferred stock, ..... 200 .... 350 ,.. 2 137 ..... 2 687 .23 155 Vice President and Cashier of the above-named that this Report of Condition is true and correct to the belief. OPEN KEN'S 7 DAYS A WEEK NEW STORE HOURS: $ a.m. 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday= Why pay more?! ,_oooo,_ JUNE 30 Shop the lowest price grocery store in Lewis County OhSe ALL.MEAT DIsCOUII00r I WIENERS l 00oooS Ib Sl,, " Sl S'i:,ED 69 , ......... BACON . ALL.MEAT s109 "" BOLOGNA ...... , %:7 "" .... 2 99 c SWEET PEAS ..... .,  ,.:,,.,,. ....... ..... , 69  PEACH HALVES .... ,,, MT. DEW, REG. & DIET SLICE, DIET PEPSi  8 16oz. BOTTLE DE ""-'- ' S219 ORANGE JUICE. ,o, c,,, PEP61 ....  ....... S149 KETCHUP ........... ? Betty Crocker Ass't. Ready.To-Spread CREAMY DELUXE acm ROSTING + ............ S24a COFFEE CREAMER o, SALAD DRESSING .... 6o, RONI.MAC ............. ., Gourrot Woltet 5 :e HASH BROWN POTATOES 2 ,,oSl 00 "'"" .... ' ......... Sl" LAYER CAKES ............. . ,o, : Clff. Wkltl , , SEEDLESS GRA 10 Lb. [R0CL,S"EARS ................ :59 C'REEN ...... ' 17 c i CABBAGE .......... .. l'0s:s"R:s .............. 59  ,, "'  ,.,.89 c .OELAT,N POPS .............. ..... Sl) A,RO:,..,.,  . , ....... a --, .... 5,.Sl ,, ,,,,,,, CORN. :...