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IGH BORHOOD NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page 7( 0 Bleeding club Extension Club family dinner by Thursday to the B. N. cream and cake Bowls' birth- Mr. and Mrs. B. Russell Bowls, Brown and Mr. DOId Stewart and spent Thursday Grgurich. Parrish of called on Mr. Saturday. Saturday night Williams her great aunt, at the Hudson- in Edina Charles them. Later and Mrs. Ben a C-SC student, at the Church Sunday i'est of Mr. and Harbison of the week with and Mrs. Kent Stice attended evening at the Charles Florea the birthday Hinton spent Mr. and Mrs. Williamstown with Mr. and John. Miller of Mt. guests of At Thunderbird Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger visited his mother, Mrs. Elsie Munzlinger, and other friends at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Parrish of Mountain View, Okla., called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer attended the Heinold convention at Indianapolis, Ind., Friday-Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold FretweU returned home Saturday from a 16-day tour through the northwestern states and Canada. They were met at Quincy by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Groves and Jason and all went out for supper to celebrate Mrs. Bill Fretwel]'s birthday. Heather, Elizabeth and Jessica Dannenhauer spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips. Mrs. George Pratt called on Mrs. Abe Bevans at her home Thursday. Mrs. Wallace Veatch visited Mrs. Lillard Wallace at the Bill Schlager home in Canton Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay and Gregg visited the former's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cook at Memphis Sunday. Sara and Micah Veatch of Lewistown Those attending Camp Thunderbird at Cairo, July 7-13, from LaGrange Boy Scout Troop 173 were, left to right, Jim Eillsom, Billy Moore, Charles Lawremuce, Stacey Branham, Eric Vannaken, Mike Siater, Tom Lfllard, Tim Robertson, Scott Sti/fey and Tom Moore. spent Thursday and Friday with their grandmother, Mrs. Earl Veatch. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rabbuazzo left Sunday morning for their home at Putnam Valley, N. Y., after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton, and other .relatives and enjoying the Lewis County Fair. Sandy Minnix, daughter and friend are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich. A number of friends and relatives called in the Chester Hinton home last week to visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rabbnazzo of Putnam Valley, N. J., who were here a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice received word July 17 of the birth of a daughter, Jamie Lee, to their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens of St. Charles. Mrs. Winston Little accompanied her sister, Mrs. James Fish of Quincy, to Springfield, Ill., Wednesday for dinner celebrating Mrs. Little's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Manley, Mike McBride and Chris Roberson joined Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and John for a barbecue Saturday. Mike McBride remained overnight. Mrs. Ross Ray brought her mother, Mrs. Linnie Jenkins, out from the Lewis County Nursing Home for her birthday dinner July 19. Others present were Mr. Ray, Linton Jenkins and Mrs. Donald Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of ML Sterling called on Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Wednesday afternoon. Joni and Jackie Stice returned to their home at Lewistown Thumiay after visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice, since Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Parrish of Mountain View, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton. Von C-eisendorfer of Havana, Ill., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer, and attended the Lewis County Fair. youwant classaeds ! LaGrange Scouts at camp From July 7-13, ten boys and two leaders from LaGrange Boy Scout Troop 173 atterzled summer camp at Camp Thunderbird at Cairo, Mo. Those attending were Jim Ellison, Billy Moore, Charles La, Stacey Branham, Eric Vannaken, Mike Slater, Tom Lillard, Tim Robertson, Scott Stiffey, Tom Moore, Dick Robinson, Scout Leader and Albert Branlmm, Assistant Scout Leader. The week4ong event was spent in the boys working on requirements for merit badges and skills awards. A lot of fun was enjoyed with swimming, canoeing, archery, gun safy, wild- derness survival and other things. Wednesday n/ght was tam/ly .lht. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ell/son and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Looser, Mr. and Mrs. Darr Vannaken, Mrs. Vlcki Stiffey and Kristin, Mrs. Nona Lawrence, Mrs. Sharon Branham, Lisa and Kristtna. Charles Lawrence and Eric Van- naken were tapped out during the Order of Arrow ceremony. I1111 lll/ltl I111 I111 ii II III i ii i ii i i i I iiiii . III II - Many more Items Imve been raided 1o our s 5 & slO. All elba" spring g summer fmbimm ross Si p 10% off during * Canton's 1st Annua, River Heritage Days July 25, 26, 27 10% off everything in store except magazines, tobacco, fountain. Pharmacy Dept. 10% off new prescriptions ody. Congratulations (00anton State Ban k lg on your 50th year! We at First National Bank & Trust Company of Quincy are proud to be affiliated through our luc automatic teller network - Your Redi-Teller, one of 9 convenient First Place locations in Ewing, Carthage, Camp Point, Canton, and Quincy (5), is just another way of serving the people, of Canton, Lewis County, and the Tri-State Area better! t BEST fror.WISHES 00'rst NATIONAL BANK . . & 00rust Oamea#!/a/00u#tcg IGH BORHOOD NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page 7( 0 Bleeding club Extension Club family dinner by Thursday to the B. N. cream and cake Bowls' birth- Mr. and Mrs. B. Russell Bowls, Brown and Mr. DOId Stewart and spent Thursday Grgurich. Parrish of called on Mr. Saturday. Saturday night Williams her great aunt, at the Hudson- in Edina Charles them. Later and Mrs. Ben a C-SC student, at the Church Sunday i'est of Mr. and Harbison of the week with and Mrs. Kent Stice attended evening at the Charles Florea the birthday Hinton spent Mr. and Mrs. Williamstown with Mr. and John. Miller of Mt. guests of At Thunderbird Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger visited his mother, Mrs. Elsie Munzlinger, and other friends at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Parrish of Mountain View, Okla., called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer attended the Heinold convention at Indianapolis, Ind., Friday-Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold FretweU returned home Saturday from a 16-day tour through the northwestern states and Canada. They were met at Quincy by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Groves and Jason and all went out for supper to celebrate Mrs. Bill Fretwel]'s birthday. Heather, Elizabeth and Jessica Dannenhauer spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips. Mrs. George Pratt called on Mrs. Abe Bevans at her home Thursday. Mrs. Wallace Veatch visited Mrs. Lillard Wallace at the Bill Schlager home in Canton Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay and Gregg visited the former's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cook at Memphis Sunday. Sara and Micah Veatch of Lewistown Those attending Camp Thunderbird at Cairo, July 7-13, from LaGrange Boy Scout Troop 173 were, left to right, Jim Eillsom, Billy Moore, Charles Lawremuce, Stacey Branham, Eric Vannaken, Mike Siater, Tom Lfllard, Tim Robertson, Scott Sti/fey and Tom Moore. spent Thursday and Friday with their grandmother, Mrs. Earl Veatch. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rabbuazzo left Sunday morning for their home at Putnam Valley, N. Y., after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton, and other .relatives and enjoying the Lewis County Fair. Sandy Minnix, daughter and friend are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich. A number of friends and relatives called in the Chester Hinton home last week to visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rabbnazzo of Putnam Valley, N. J., who were here a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice received word July 17 of the birth of a daughter, Jamie Lee, to their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens of St. Charles. Mrs. Winston Little accompanied her sister, Mrs. James Fish of Quincy, to Springfield, Ill., Wednesday for dinner celebrating Mrs. Little's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Manley, Mike McBride and Chris Roberson joined Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and John for a barbecue Saturday. Mike McBride remained overnight. Mrs. Ross Ray brought her mother, Mrs. Linnie Jenkins, out from the Lewis County Nursing Home for her birthday dinner July 19. Others present were Mr. Ray, Linton Jenkins and Mrs. Donald Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of ML Sterling called on Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Wednesday afternoon. Joni and Jackie Stice returned to their home at Lewistown Thumiay after visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice, since Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Parrish of Mountain View, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton. Von C-eisendorfer of Havana, Ill., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer, and attended the Lewis County Fair. youwant classaeds ! LaGrange Scouts at camp From July 7-13, ten boys and two leaders from LaGrange Boy Scout Troop 173 atterzled summer camp at Camp Thunderbird at Cairo, Mo. Those attending were Jim Ellison, Billy Moore, Charles La, Stacey Branham, Eric Vannaken, Mike Slater, Tom Lillard, Tim Robertson, Scott Stiffey, Tom Moore, Dick Robinson, Scout Leader and Albert Branlmm, Assistant Scout Leader. The week4ong event was spent in the boys working on requirements for merit badges and skills awards. A lot of fun was enjoyed with swimming, canoeing, archery, gun safy, wild- derness survival and other things. Wednesday n/ght was tam/ly .lht. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ell/son and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Looser, Mr. and Mrs. Darr Vannaken, Mrs. Vlcki Stiffey and Kristin, Mrs. Nona Lawrence, Mrs. Sharon Branham, Lisa and Kristtna. Charles Lawrence and Eric Van- naken were tapped out during the Order of Arrow ceremony. I1111 lll/ltl I111 I111 ii II III i ii i ii i i i I iiiii . III II - Many more Items Imve been raided 1o our s 5 & slO. All elba" spring g summer fmbimm ross Si p 10% off during * Canton's 1st Annua, River Heritage Days July 25, 26, 27 10% off everything in store except magazines, tobacco, fountain. Pharmacy Dept. 10% off new prescriptions ody. Congratulations (00anton State Ban k lg on your 50th year! We at First National Bank & Trust Company of Quincy are proud to be affiliated through our luc automatic teller network - Your Redi-Teller, one of 9 convenient First Place locations in Ewing, Carthage, Camp Point, Canton, and Quincy (5), is just another way of serving the people, of Canton, Lewis County, and the Tri-State Area better! t BEST fror.WISHES 00'rst NATIONAL BANK . . & 00rust Oamea#!/a/00u#tcg