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IAL ITEMS • 5b Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page !: ¸I¸ i!, i MR. AND MRS. JIM ENGLISH Canton July 13 and Jim English married at 11 a.m. lS, in the Canton The double ring by the Rev. daughter of Mr. and of Palmyra. The Son and stepson of Feldkamp of and Mrs. Dean With bows, ferns the altar and nlarked the family by Miss Robin carried crescent shaped bouquets of verigated pink, maroon and white carnations, baby's breath and fern and wore carnations and baby's breath in their hair. The reception was held in the church fellowship hall following the ceremony. The bride's table was decorated in the ceremony colors of burgundy and pink with a matching tablecloth and burgundy candles. The three tier wedding cakes with two cakes off the side, was baked and decorated by Wands Bungs. Mrs. Debbie Brown, sister d the bride,, and Ms. Debbie Price were servers. The rehearsal dinner was held Friday night at the rg ........ ai'ents as n • of Canton Mr. and Mrs. English are now at honor. Mrs. Sue the bride, of Canton Flower girl was of Pueblo, Colo., Ring bearer was )yra, nephew of his brother's best Skip Barton of of Jefferson and Larry marriage by her length gown Anne neckline, with pearls, and and pearls at ed into a With illusion lace a headpiece of with seed illusion veil. pale pink fashioned sweetheart Skirts witl] large '  the bck.  o daughter of of son of ex- July 0. The by Rev. l" nuiage by r in the and Mrs. e Saxberry, was matron Teresa Otto. of the lu the home of cake aunt, Debbie home at 12 Sun Valley in Canton following a trip to Florida. The bride is a 1978 graduate of Palmyra High School and a 1981 graduate of John Wood community College and is a member of Quincy Jaycee Women. She is employed as bakery-dell manager for Niemann Foods in Canton. The bridegroom is a 1979 graduate of Canton High School and a 1980 graduate of Quincy Technical Schools. He is employed by Lewis County Motors in Canton. Peggy Cottrell honored at bridal shower A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Peggy Cottreil was hosted by Carol Heller and Cindy Young on July 14. Ms. Cottrell and Lennis Legg will be married August 17 at the First Baptist Church in LaGrange. Prizes were won by Vicki Ryan, Kathy HinkJe and Sue Ann Fish. Others attending were Liz McMee, Patti Stanbridge, Shirley Green, Ramona Cottrell, Bess Cottrell, Violet Gragg, Dorothy Loos, Rita Legg, Helen Cottrell and Norms Fish. Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Janet O'Kruch, Hazel Martin, Georgia Richter, Hazel Legg, Mary and Paula Vaughn, Barb Martin, Anne Vanderheiden and Jean Wagner. Bridal shower Monday honored Kim Bronestine Miss Kin Bronestine, bride-elect of Larch Farr, was honored at a bridal shower Monday evening, July 22, at the Eagle Cafe in LaGrange. The shower was hosted by the Wospective bridegroom's sister, Miss Rim Farr and Miss Lori Bronestine, Sister of the bride-to-be. Miss Bronestine and Farr will be married at 6 p.m. Saturday, July 27, in the First Baptist Church at LaGrange. Those attending were: Mary J. Kincaid, Pare Bronestine, Mildred Farr, Dell Bronestine, Jeanie Farr, Plouie Foust, Missy Lowe, Dine Farr, Oiga Farr, Barbara Steinkamp, Mary" Vaughn, Judy Dehner, Mary Kay Bronestine and Michelle, Debbie Meyer and Beth, Mandy Eversole, Cindy Levengood, Shelly Geieendorfer, Mary Valoria, Paula Griesbaum, Shelly. Those sending gifts were: Cheryl Lows, Debbie Foust, Peggy Stultz, Dorothy Logs&n, Nadine Kearns, Eric • and Matt, Jean Waganer, Harla Bean, Kerri and Michael. Scoggin to hold one-woman exhibit in Hannibal Artist Debra Scoggin of Steffenville will have a one-woman shgw in the lobby area of the Hannibal Fine Arts Museum (Old Jail), 4th and Church Streets, Hannibal, the weekends of July 26-28 and August 2-4. Featuring mixed media, oils, acryl- ics, water colors and prints, the show is in concurrence with the enter- tainment committee's presentation "of the Hugh Whitemore play, "Stevie." Ms. Scoggin is an adjunct instructor of art at Culver-Stockton College and an art teacher at Canton R-5 Elementary School. She most recently exhibited in the Quincy Tri-State Show and the Water Color Missouri  juried exhibition. Reservations are still being accepted for the play. Friday and Saturday night performances will be at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are SS and seating is by reservation only. All proceeds will go for the continuing efforts to restore the building. For additional information, call the Hannibal Arts Council, 221-654S, or mail checks payable to HFAM, P.O. Box 1202, Hannibal, Me. e3401. Please specify alternate dates. Grant Kenners reminisce on 40th anniversary today Grant and Regan Kenner of Canton celebrate their 40th anniversary today (Thursday), which brings back some rather unusual memories. Having decided they might get married in the distant future, Grant and Regan had filled out their 'Permission to Marry' forms for the U.S. Armed ForCes, as it turned out, just a week prior to Grant getting orders for his unit to be shipped out; Fwst to the States, then on the Pacific Theatre. To waive the waiting period on the permission form required the signatures of four Generals. So, after a very hectic period, Grant located and talked four of the Big Brass into signing! Telephoned Began, so she could ready things at her end, and rushed back to base to collect his things, and continue on to London. The London end was readied and the wedding party waited, and waited, and Engaged Gilbert and Dolores Revelle of Greenwood, Mo., announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Robyn, to Stanton Gragg, son of Victor and Norma Gragg, formerly of LaGrange. Miss Revelle has completed two years of school at I-ngview Commun- ity College in the Kansas City area and plans to continue her education in art and interior design. Gragg works as a draftsman for an engineering company in Raytown. He plans to return to school to study art education. The couple is planning an August 10 wedding. Flower Show & Tea to be held The LaGrange and Starlight Garde Clubs of LaGrange will be having their Flower Show and Tea on July 31 from 1-4 p.m. at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton. "Celebrate with Flowers" is the theme and will be carried out in the artistic division by members of the clubs designing the arrangements. The horticulture division is open to the public and anyone is invited to enter. If there are any questions, contact Mrs. Jerry Shoop at 478-3425 or Mrs. Jim Lesser SS-48m. waited. On returning to base Grant found his unit had moved out, taking everything - including all his belong- ings - with them. A very understanding chaplain lent him his jeep, and he finally caught up with his unit, arriving in London a day late for his wedding, on July 25, 1945. I I II CLUB NEWS Riverview Extension Club The Riverview Extension Club met with Mrs. Russell Nichols July 19 at 1:45. Ten members answered roll call with ideas for programs for the new year. The meeting was called to order by vice-president Mrs. A. D. (}lover with salute to the American Flag. The hostess gave the devotional entitled "Forgiveness" followed by a poem by Doris M. Arnold. It was reported the club had furnished nine pies to the 4-H food stand at the Fair. Ten dollars was given to Pink Prairie 4-H Club to be used for the Fair. Thank you cards were read from Pink Prairie 4-H Club and Mrs. Stu  Purvines. Z The afternoon was spent making out program books for 15-86. The August meeting will be a family picnic at Martin Park Aug. IS at S p.m. The hostess served refreshments. LaGrange-Cantem V.F.W. Auiilary The LaGrange.Canton V.F.W. Post 4083 Auxiliary met July 2 with the meeting called to order by the president, Mary Dean l'arr. Mrs. Pat Ridge was initiated into the Auxiliary. "Fundays in the Park" will be observed Aug. 2 and $ in Martin Park, Canton with the following events taking place. Games for children will be both days from 1-4 p.m.- On Friday there will be an ice cream social starting at 5 p.m. with a prince and princess VFW contest at 6 p.m. and a little Mr. and Miss VFW contest following at 7 p.m. Saturday at 11 a.m. there will be a baby contest. The Canton Eagle Arie No. I800 will be having a hog roast Saturday night and bingo both afternoons. There will be entertain- ment by local groups and a craft show. The contests are open to the public. The meeting night has been changed to the third Tuesday of each month. The meeting was closed with prayer and refreshments were served with the Post joining the Auxiliary. GFWC-We Mlern Club MIzWC Colleen Dannenhauer was the hostess July 8, for the evemg meeting of the G.F.W.C. We Modern Club MFWC. Twelve members were in attendance. thBetty Jo Phillips, premidemt, opened e meeting with the Pledge to the America Flag. Colleen Dannenhauer gave the devotional. Jeanne Haines was wel- COmed as an active member of the Canton Ins. Agency Life • Health • Farm • Auto JOE @UINN Laca/ Independent Agent " M-F 8:30-4:30 SERVIN6 THE TRt STATES PHONE 314 288-5251 217-222-5154 LHS Class of "65 to hold reunion July 27-28 The 1965 graduating class of LaGrange High School will be celebrating their 20th class reunion this weekend, July 27-28. The class will meet Saturday evening at Pete's Boat House for a 6:30 p.m. meal and program. Teachers of this class are invited. Following the meal a dance will be held at 8-11 p.m. at the Landing on Main Street in LaGrange. An invitation is extended to all LaGrange High School graduates to come to the dance. Sunday afternoon a picnic will be held for the families at the residence of Tom and Sherrie (Hoyes) Boil. If any questions, please contact Verne Bronestine 655-4.587. club. Betty Jo Phillips read from the GFWC Clubwoman and an article "Missouri Federation, 90 Years Old" from the Missouri Clubwoman. In discussing plans for the club's activities it was decided to renew subscriptions of the Upper Room magazine for Stone Haven residents and the sponsoring of "Patch the Pony" in the county schools and the 'Jtrong Kids - Save Kids." Doris Smith presented an infor- mative program on the Bald Eagle. Following the repeating of the club collect the hostess served refresh- meats for a fellowship hour. Sue Emrick will host the next meeting of the group. Wednesday Club The Wednesday Club met for the July 10 meeting at the Williamstown Park at 7 p.m. A carry-in supper was enjoyed by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stith, Mr. and Mrs. James English, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger, Mr. and Mrs. George Nesbitt and Hubert, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg, Mrs. Erma Marsot and Margee, Mrs. Joyce Murphy, Mrs. Hazel Legg and Kenneth Ford. After the meal, the meeting was called to order by Maurita Munzlinger, president. Mrs. Munzlinger and Mrs. Ola English gave the devotional. The August meeting for the club has been cancelled. The next meeting will be Sept. 11 when tbe club members will spend the day in Keokuk. .wlstown Baptist Women Baptist Women met Monday eve- ning, July 15, at the Lewistown church. THANKS .. . To wed August 11 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Runquist of Knox City have announced the engagement of their daughter, Phoebe Ann and Jon Richard Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Adams of Canton. The couple will be married at 6 p.m. August 11 in the LaBelle Christian Church. Miss Runqulst is a 1 graduate of Knox County High School at Edina. Adams is a 1978 graduate of HighlmM High School, Ewing, and is engaged in farming with his father. Betty Dance, president, called the meeting to order. All present repeated the watchword and Veta Bronson led in prayer. Plans were made to work with the Newark church and help serve a meal at Camp Inlow on July 25. Plans were made to help with the bloodmobile on July 29. Martha Lou O'Dear led the prayer calendar using Ist Timothy 1:11 as the scripture reference. Veta Brc.nson presented the program on Mexico entitled "South of The Border." The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Dance. ,c, c,,,.,,,yC,A,, July 27 3 7 p.m. ,ce cu00. CAKe t 1 DRINK - *!:50 i • HELD AT MASONIC HAil. # eeeeeee4.eeeeeeee II I n I We world like to t/ink everyone for the bard work and donations at the Bake Sale, Car Wash and dance for Danny. A very special thanks to Cheryl g Mike towe. We are trub/ very bc/peOl to have ends as reat as you d/ere. JEAN & RON SIX III III II L BUTTER Chat. Almond SHERBET QUARTERS ICE CREAM 25' • e ,,, '1.99 3/'5.79 ALt FLAVOIS UMt -- ORANGE, PlNEAPeUi, Submarine Sandwich Fountain Soda [ ..... II II $J49 r---.-- I Breakfast Special $J79 Chocolate Sundae Thin DETER'S DAIRY $OU114 4TH $'rRIKW. CANTON IN PAI, MYIUk • HANNIBAl, IAL ITEMS • 5b Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page !: ¸I¸ i!, i MR. AND MRS. JIM ENGLISH Canton July 13 and Jim English married at 11 a.m. lS, in the Canton The double ring by the Rev. daughter of Mr. and of Palmyra. The Son and stepson of Feldkamp of and Mrs. Dean With bows, ferns the altar and nlarked the family by Miss Robin carried crescent shaped bouquets of verigated pink, maroon and white carnations, baby's breath and fern and wore carnations and baby's breath in their hair. The reception was held in the church fellowship hall following the ceremony. The bride's table was decorated in the ceremony colors of burgundy and pink with a matching tablecloth and burgundy candles. The three tier wedding cakes with two cakes off the side, was baked and decorated by Wands Bungs. Mrs. Debbie Brown, sister d the bride,, and Ms. Debbie Price were servers. The rehearsal dinner was held Friday night at the rg ........ ai'ents as n • of Canton Mr. and Mrs. English are now at honor. Mrs. Sue the bride, of Canton Flower girl was of Pueblo, Colo., Ring bearer was )yra, nephew of his brother's best Skip Barton of of Jefferson and Larry marriage by her length gown Anne neckline, with pearls, and and pearls at ed into a With illusion lace a headpiece of with seed illusion veil. pale pink fashioned sweetheart Skirts witl] large '  the bck.  o daughter of of son of ex- July 0. The by Rev. l" nuiage by r in the and Mrs. e Saxberry, was matron Teresa Otto. of the lu the home of cake aunt, Debbie home at 12 Sun Valley in Canton following a trip to Florida. The bride is a 1978 graduate of Palmyra High School and a 1981 graduate of John Wood community College and is a member of Quincy Jaycee Women. She is employed as bakery-dell manager for Niemann Foods in Canton. The bridegroom is a 1979 graduate of Canton High School and a 1980 graduate of Quincy Technical Schools. He is employed by Lewis County Motors in Canton. Peggy Cottrell honored at bridal shower A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Peggy Cottreil was hosted by Carol Heller and Cindy Young on July 14. Ms. Cottrell and Lennis Legg will be married August 17 at the First Baptist Church in LaGrange. Prizes were won by Vicki Ryan, Kathy HinkJe and Sue Ann Fish. Others attending were Liz McMee, Patti Stanbridge, Shirley Green, Ramona Cottrell, Bess Cottrell, Violet Gragg, Dorothy Loos, Rita Legg, Helen Cottrell and Norms Fish. Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Janet O'Kruch, Hazel Martin, Georgia Richter, Hazel Legg, Mary and Paula Vaughn, Barb Martin, Anne Vanderheiden and Jean Wagner. Bridal shower Monday honored Kim Bronestine Miss Kin Bronestine, bride-elect of Larch Farr, was honored at a bridal shower Monday evening, July 22, at the Eagle Cafe in LaGrange. The shower was hosted by the Wospective bridegroom's sister, Miss Rim Farr and Miss Lori Bronestine, Sister of the bride-to-be. Miss Bronestine and Farr will be married at 6 p.m. Saturday, July 27, in the First Baptist Church at LaGrange. Those attending were: Mary J. Kincaid, Pare Bronestine, Mildred Farr, Dell Bronestine, Jeanie Farr, Plouie Foust, Missy Lowe, Dine Farr, Oiga Farr, Barbara Steinkamp, Mary" Vaughn, Judy Dehner, Mary Kay Bronestine and Michelle, Debbie Meyer and Beth, Mandy Eversole, Cindy Levengood, Shelly Geieendorfer, Mary Valoria, Paula Griesbaum, Shelly. Those sending gifts were: Cheryl Lows, Debbie Foust, Peggy Stultz, Dorothy Logs&n, Nadine Kearns, Eric • and Matt, Jean Waganer, Harla Bean, Kerri and Michael. Scoggin to hold one-woman exhibit in Hannibal Artist Debra Scoggin of Steffenville will have a one-woman shgw in the lobby area of the Hannibal Fine Arts Museum (Old Jail), 4th and Church Streets, Hannibal, the weekends of July 26-28 and August 2-4. Featuring mixed media, oils, acryl- ics, water colors and prints, the show is in concurrence with the enter- tainment committee's presentation "of the Hugh Whitemore play, "Stevie." Ms. Scoggin is an adjunct instructor of art at Culver-Stockton College and an art teacher at Canton R-5 Elementary School. She most recently exhibited in the Quincy Tri-State Show and the Water Color Missouri  juried exhibition. Reservations are still being accepted for the play. Friday and Saturday night performances will be at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are SS and seating is by reservation only. All proceeds will go for the continuing efforts to restore the building. For additional information, call the Hannibal Arts Council, 221-654S, or mail checks payable to HFAM, P.O. Box 1202, Hannibal, Me. e3401. Please specify alternate dates. Grant Kenners reminisce on 40th anniversary today Grant and Regan Kenner of Canton celebrate their 40th anniversary today (Thursday), which brings back some rather unusual memories. Having decided they might get married in the distant future, Grant and Regan had filled out their 'Permission to Marry' forms for the U.S. Armed ForCes, as it turned out, just a week prior to Grant getting orders for his unit to be shipped out; Fwst to the States, then on the Pacific Theatre. To waive the waiting period on the permission form required the signatures of four Generals. So, after a very hectic period, Grant located and talked four of the Big Brass into signing! Telephoned Began, so she could ready things at her end, and rushed back to base to collect his things, and continue on to London. The London end was readied and the wedding party waited, and waited, and Engaged Gilbert and Dolores Revelle of Greenwood, Mo., announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Robyn, to Stanton Gragg, son of Victor and Norma Gragg, formerly of LaGrange. Miss Revelle has completed two years of school at I-ngview Commun- ity College in the Kansas City area and plans to continue her education in art and interior design. Gragg works as a draftsman for an engineering company in Raytown. He plans to return to school to study art education. The couple is planning an August 10 wedding. Flower Show & Tea to be held The LaGrange and Starlight Garde Clubs of LaGrange will be having their Flower Show and Tea on July 31 from 1-4 p.m. at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton. "Celebrate with Flowers" is the theme and will be carried out in the artistic division by members of the clubs designing the arrangements. The horticulture division is open to the public and anyone is invited to enter. If there are any questions, contact Mrs. Jerry Shoop at 478-3425 or Mrs. Jim Lesser SS-48m. waited. On returning to base Grant found his unit had moved out, taking everything - including all his belong- ings - with them. A very understanding chaplain lent him his jeep, and he finally caught up with his unit, arriving in London a day late for his wedding, on July 25, 1945. I I II CLUB NEWS Riverview Extension Club The Riverview Extension Club met with Mrs. Russell Nichols July 19 at 1:45. Ten members answered roll call with ideas for programs for the new year. The meeting was called to order by vice-president Mrs. A. D. (}lover with salute to the American Flag. The hostess gave the devotional entitled "Forgiveness" followed by a poem by Doris M. Arnold. It was reported the club had furnished nine pies to the 4-H food stand at the Fair. Ten dollars was given to Pink Prairie 4-H Club to be used for the Fair. Thank you cards were read from Pink Prairie 4-H Club and Mrs. Stu  Purvines. Z The afternoon was spent making out program books for 15-86. The August meeting will be a family picnic at Martin Park Aug. IS at S p.m. The hostess served refreshments. LaGrange-Cantem V.F.W. Auiilary The LaGrange.Canton V.F.W. Post 4083 Auxiliary met July 2 with the meeting called to order by the president, Mary Dean l'arr. Mrs. Pat Ridge was initiated into the Auxiliary. "Fundays in the Park" will be observed Aug. 2 and $ in Martin Park, Canton with the following events taking place. Games for children will be both days from 1-4 p.m.- On Friday there will be an ice cream social starting at 5 p.m. with a prince and princess VFW contest at 6 p.m. and a little Mr. and Miss VFW contest following at 7 p.m. Saturday at 11 a.m. there will be a baby contest. The Canton Eagle Arie No. I800 will be having a hog roast Saturday night and bingo both afternoons. There will be entertain- ment by local groups and a craft show. The contests are open to the public. The meeting night has been changed to the third Tuesday of each month. The meeting was closed with prayer and refreshments were served with the Post joining the Auxiliary. GFWC-We Mlern Club MIzWC Colleen Dannenhauer was the hostess July 8, for the evemg meeting of the G.F.W.C. We Modern Club MFWC. Twelve members were in attendance. thBetty Jo Phillips, premidemt, opened e meeting with the Pledge to the America Flag. Colleen Dannenhauer gave the devotional. Jeanne Haines was wel- COmed as an active member of the Canton Ins. Agency Life • Health • Farm • Auto JOE @UINN Laca/ Independent Agent " M-F 8:30-4:30 SERVIN6 THE TRt STATES PHONE 314 288-5251 217-222-5154 LHS Class of "65 to hold reunion July 27-28 The 1965 graduating class of LaGrange High School will be celebrating their 20th class reunion this weekend, July 27-28. The class will meet Saturday evening at Pete's Boat House for a 6:30 p.m. meal and program. Teachers of this class are invited. Following the meal a dance will be held at 8-11 p.m. at the Landing on Main Street in LaGrange. An invitation is extended to all LaGrange High School graduates to come to the dance. Sunday afternoon a picnic will be held for the families at the residence of Tom and Sherrie (Hoyes) Boil. If any questions, please contact Verne Bronestine 655-4.587. club. Betty Jo Phillips read from the GFWC Clubwoman and an article "Missouri Federation, 90 Years Old" from the Missouri Clubwoman. In discussing plans for the club's activities it was decided to renew subscriptions of the Upper Room magazine for Stone Haven residents and the sponsoring of "Patch the Pony" in the county schools and the 'Jtrong Kids - Save Kids." Doris Smith presented an infor- mative program on the Bald Eagle. Following the repeating of the club collect the hostess served refresh- meats for a fellowship hour. Sue Emrick will host the next meeting of the group. Wednesday Club The Wednesday Club met for the July 10 meeting at the Williamstown Park at 7 p.m. A carry-in supper was enjoyed by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stith, Mr. and Mrs. James English, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger, Mr. and Mrs. George Nesbitt and Hubert, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg, Mrs. Erma Marsot and Margee, Mrs. Joyce Murphy, Mrs. Hazel Legg and Kenneth Ford. After the meal, the meeting was called to order by Maurita Munzlinger, president. Mrs. Munzlinger and Mrs. Ola English gave the devotional. The August meeting for the club has been cancelled. The next meeting will be Sept. 11 when tbe club members will spend the day in Keokuk. .wlstown Baptist Women Baptist Women met Monday eve- ning, July 15, at the Lewistown church. THANKS .. . To wed August 11 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Runquist of Knox City have announced the engagement of their daughter, Phoebe Ann and Jon Richard Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Adams of Canton. The couple will be married at 6 p.m. August 11 in the LaBelle Christian Church. Miss Runqulst is a 1 graduate of Knox County High School at Edina. Adams is a 1978 graduate of HighlmM High School, Ewing, and is engaged in farming with his father. Betty Dance, president, called the meeting to order. All present repeated the watchword and Veta Bronson led in prayer. Plans were made to work with the Newark church and help serve a meal at Camp Inlow on July 25. Plans were made to help with the bloodmobile on July 29. Martha Lou O'Dear led the prayer calendar using Ist Timothy 1:11 as the scripture reference. Veta Brc.nson presented the program on Mexico entitled "South of The Border." The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Dance. ,c, c,,,.,,,yC,A,, July 27 3 7 p.m. ,ce cu00. CAKe t 1 DRINK - *!:50 i • HELD AT MASONIC HAil. # eeeeeee4.eeeeeeee II I n I We world like to t/ink everyone for the bard work and donations at the Bake Sale, Car Wash and dance for Danny. A very special thanks to Cheryl g Mike towe. We are trub/ very bc/peOl to have ends as reat as you d/ere. JEAN & RON SIX III III II L BUTTER Chat. Almond SHERBET QUARTERS ICE CREAM 25' • e ,,, '1.99 3/'5.79 ALt FLAVOIS UMt -- ORANGE, PlNEAPeUi, Submarine Sandwich Fountain Soda [ ..... II II $J49 r---.-- I Breakfast Special $J79 Chocolate Sundae Thin DETER'S DAIRY $OU114 4TH $'rRIKW. CANTON IN PAI, MYIUk • HANNIBAl,