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N EIGH BORHOOD EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Lewistown merle Garnett New writer for Lewistown activities Mrs. Merle Garnett, who has been correspondent for the Lewistown area news for the past year has relinquished bet" pesRiom, as the family is moving out of the area. Mrs. Erma Dee Derkeeu will be the new Lewistown correspondent for the Press-News Journal. These with items for this column may contact Mrs. Derksen, who will begin her work reporting the news next week. Friday supper guests of Benny and Norms Lay and Tim were Theresa and Tonya Lay, Russell and Nellie Lay, Ronnie Lay, Wade and Matthew of Lewistown, Floyd and Mildred Sherpe and family, Florence Parker, Agnes Miller of LaBelle, Roy and Judy Bugh and Kathy of Ewing in celebration of Benny Lay's birthday. Homemade ice cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips and Melissa entertained the Phillips family,. Friday at noon. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. MiLch Phillips of St. Louis, Norms Jean Arnold of Kirks- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold of Albuquerque, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Carroll, Caleb and Cole of Kahoka; Mr. and Mrs. Tim McAfee, Ryan, Scott and Stacie of Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parsons and Tans of Ottumwa; Tom Nichols of Green Bay, Win.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson and Jaal Aubrey of Andrews, Tex., Joe Walter and two nieces of Canton, and Veta Bronson. Nauvoo historic outdoor musical to be repeated Open house notes 90th birthday of Arnold An open house to celebrate the 90th birthday of Egbert Arnold was held Aug. 2 in the Garrett Haines home in Lewistewn. Approximately 140 friends and relatives gathered to say "Happy Birthday." The event was hosted by his children: Jeanne Haines of Lewistown, E. William Arnold of Kahoka, and J. Burleigh Arnold of Jefferson City. Sen. Norman Merrell made the premtation of a resolution honoring Mr. Arnold, adopted by the Missouri Senate June 9, 1985. Copies of the resolution were presented to his children. Grandchildren coming especially for the day were: Mr. and Mrs. Tim McAfee and children of Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold of Albuquerque, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carroll and family of Kahoka; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Arnold of Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Arnold and son of Jefferson City; Ms. Jill Beilstein of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Van Meter and family of Ewing Scott Dehner H. J. Wenneker returns home from hospital H. J. Wenneker returned to his home Thursday evening, July 25, after being a patient for two weeks at KS Hoepitai in Kirksville. He was treated for diabetes and underwent surgery to remove a large clot in his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenneker and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Herst are assisting Mrs. Wenneker with his care. Louise Herst stayed with her mother during H. J.'s hospital stay. Mrs. Virgil Willows is home recuperating after., a short stay at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. First presented in 1976 as part of the Petty Officer and Mrs. Mahlon national Bicentennial, CRy of ,. S. F, Nev., Mr. and Mrs. the outdoor musical that ts the Stbr Larry L+amll of Viola, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Campbell of Aledo, Ill., visited Thursday in the Austin Herst home and also visited their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheehan of Ft. Wayne, Ind., spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Herst. Barb came last week to assist with the care of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker, and her husband, Jim, came later. They returned to their home in Ft. Wayne Sunday. Mrs. Rhonda Penn of Kirksville visited her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker recently. Mrs. Elnora Smyser, Mrs. Nadine Robins of Palmyra'and Mrs. Dorothy Jones of Emerson were recent callers in the Wenneker home. A men's slow pitch softball tourna- ment will he held at the Ewing ball park Aug. 10-11. Proceeds will go for the maintenance and upkeep of the ball park. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wnnneker and Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Wenneker of Tulsa, Okla., were weekend visitors in the H. J. Wenneker home, and also visited in the Glessie leee home in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wenneker of Higginsville came last weekend to visit his father at the hospital and also visited in the Wenneker home and with her mother, Mrs. Louise Keller. Also visiting H. J. Wenneker in the hospital were Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Hugond. David Herst of Decatur visited Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Herst, and also visited his grandparents, H. J. and Edith Wenner. of historic Nauvoo, will he presented for the 10th season this year, Aug. 13-17. Over the past nine years, an estimated 270,000 have sat on the hillside overlooking historic Nauvoo and thrilled as a cast of over 300 tell the story in dance and song of the establishment of the city on the banks of the Mississippi. "We are grateful for the hundreds of cast members (mostly families), from all over the midwest who pay all their own expensea, arrange for their own housing, and take theft vacations to be in the show," said F. Gerald Bench, the show's director and professor of communication at the University of Wisconsin in Platteville. "They work all day and most of the night in the heat and humidity (and sometimes the rain) for six days preparing for the show. Some are veterans, like the Unisakers from Iowa City and the Kings from St. Louis who have had three generations partlci- pate." "City of Joseph" tells in story and song the founding and building of Nauvoo from 1839 to 1848. The 18 original musical sketches and dances depict life in Nauvoo as it was in the early 1840s. Designed as family , mtertaimnant, the production tells the story of the city at its peak and emphasis on everyday family life. "City of Joseph" starts each night AUg. I$-17 at S:30 p.m. on the outdoor stage Just north of the NRI Visitors Center, There Is plenty of free parking and no charge for admission. Check Your Renewal Date; Don't Miss an Issuol Lewistown. The group includes eight of his 10 great grandchildren. Prior to the open house, Mr. Arnold received phone calls from two grand- daughters: Ms. Sharis Arnold in southern France, and Mrs. Gari Johnson of Fairfield, Calif.; a niece, Mrs. Barbara Esquino of Guadalajara, Mexico; and an old school friend, Tollie Graves of Huntington Beach, Calif. In the evening a family dinner further celebrated the occasion. The affair was catered by Mrs. Betty Stinson, Mrs. Ann Kempe and Mrs. Doris Heitman. Saturday morning Mrs. Janis Van Meter and Ms. Jill Beilstein entertain- ed with a brunch in the home of their parents. Special guest was Mr. Arnold. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tim McAfee and Ryan of Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold of Albuquerque, N. M.; Roger, Darin and Seth Van Meter and Meagan Beilstein of Lewistown. Austin Herst, Richard DeCester and Jules DeCoster flew by chartered plane on Thursday to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law and uncle, Emmett Gardner in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Gardner was the husband of the former Ruby Herst Van Vliet, and died on Monday after a lingering illness. Bruce Wenneker of Charleston, Ill., visited last weekend with Frank and Dolly Wenneker. He also visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wenneker. Winners of last week's pitch tournament were Vera Herzog and Roy Bugh Ist, Shorty Brown and Maxine Klocke 2nd, and Irene Tate and Lucille Meyers 3rd. Mrs. Henrietta Dehner went to New London Monday and spent the day with her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dehner and Branden. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lillard have returned home after visiting their son and family in Washington, D. C. The Lillards drove to Kansas City to visit their other son and then flew from Kansas City to Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson have as their guest this week their grandson, Rhett Johnson of Kansas City. nl l Durham miss Cindy Clickner Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kaiser called on Mrs. Catherine Spratt Saturday evening after attending the ice cream supper at the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waiters visited Mr. and Mrs. Mile Spratt Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Goings, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goings and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, James Spratt and Mr. and Mrs. Mile Spratt enjoyed ice cream and cake at Mrs. Edith White's for her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mils Spratt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, James Spratt and Edith White attended the pony pull at Hamilton Saturday. Mrs. Katldeen Ciickner, Cindy and Amanda attended the Jenkins reunion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton of Monticello Sunday. Revival services are in progress at the Durham Baptist Church. Bro. Olstein of Peoria is the evangelist. Mike and Jenny Carter and Erin called on Mrs. Catherine Spratt Friday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powers and Dawn were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dlckerson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bartz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fray and Goldie Ahell. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfleld Mrs. Louise Keller move into the -- -- m -- S -- : : : : " KIRKSVILLE OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH CENT00 is proud to announce the association of .Allen Jacobs, D.O. m the department of i Me. Senator Norman Merreil (left) presents citation honoring birthday of Egbert Arnold, adopted by Missouri Senate. Presentation wns at open house at the Garrett Haines home in Lewistown Aug. 2. NECAC urges farmers use O assistance service programs North East Community Action Corporation is well aware of the problems facing farmers and has a number of programs available to assist them during this time of economic hardship. Services available on an income-qualification basis are commodity food distribution, home wcatherization, energy crisis interven- tion, cooling assistance and counseling. USDA commodity foods are distri- buted each month from the NECAC office and other designated locations within the county. Cheddar cheese, American cheese, butter, flour, rice, corn meal, honey and instant non-fat dry milk are available in quantities commensurate with family size. NECAC's Weatherization provides materials to make homes more energy efficient. Such materials include: insulation, storm windows, caulking, and weatherstripping. The Energy Crisis Intervention Program provides fuel assistance to households experiencing a crisis situation as the result of an emergency energy related problem. Through the Cooling Assistance Program, fans and air conditioners are available to help eligible households deal with the heat. NECAC also provides counseling services to determine needs of low income persons. After an interview, a staff person will direct the individual to the various NECAC programs for which he is eligible as well as refer him to other agencies providing services useful to him. Staff persons can also work with individuals to develop a personal plan of action to solve their problems. Information regarding income guide- lines and other qualifications for these programs is available at the Local NECAC Office. GENERAL PRACTICE with an emphasis in SPORTS MEDICINE and OSTEOPATHIC MANIPuLATION Office hours by appointment KCOM Gutensohn Clinic Kirksville, Missouri Phone {816) 626-2296 senior housing at LaGrange Saturday. Mrs. Charles Wood called on Mrs. Martha Lillard recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCune called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke of Maywood Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scheiter of Quincy attended the ice cream supper at the Methodist Church Saturday evening. Dennis Carter called on Catherine Spratt Thursday evening. Mrs. Vearl Chipman called on Mr. and Mrs. Mile Spratt Thursday. Mrs. Kathleen Cllckner, Cindy and Amanda and Sheron Sherwood and Lance were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rathel of Hannibal Thursday. Mrs. Marjorie Moore and Goldie Abell attended revival services at Philadelphia Baptist Church last week. The Jenkins reunion was held Sunday at the home of Chester Hintou at Monticello. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Thelma Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh White and Randy of Canton, Ronnie, Michelle and Deanna Hinton and Mrs. Kathleen Clickner, Cindy and Amanda. You Get More NEWS in the PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL 0118 Fme For every 10 units of GI Seed Corn you purchase, you will receive 1 bag FREE. This gives you an extra 1 0 of our Great Growing Seed. Order today and get an even Greater Growing 1986 corn oop. 8hiseler Seed Co .... Fmme nont with Fnmm... A 0up of tkeat (bmm Cce.-.t Your Lo GR8 Desk': Kent Munzlinger Pbem No. 314 767-5486 Pvt. Donna West mechanics grad Army Private Donna L. West has graduated from the U.S. Air Force aircraft pneudraulic systems me- chanic course at Chanute Air Force Base, m. During the course, students were taught to repair and maintain aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems. They also earned credits toward an associate degree through the Commun- ity College of the Air Force. Her husband, Brian, is the son of Albert and Ella Wilke of rural Williamstown. PRES$ Published Americanton David 130 Avenue Of Canton, Th41 Lew,t COvIY Ihe tew.$town Ne.l " lhe Colo P, ess.Ne__. C on,.ol n Advertising MISSOURI RATE In Lewis, Knox, and C_,lark a year ........... , Six months ....... ! Elsewhere in other states, a ye, Six months... Display Advertisi Column inch. Classified Advertis Per word ........... Minimum .......... i Display Classified, CoL inch ....... Card of Thanks ..... LOCKER strr TUDA. HOGS srdl COIIFED % o rut c PUBLIC Sat., Aug. Lylo Cork's Body MONTICELLO, NOW HAS 24 HOUR WRECKER PHONE 767-5428 CORK GARNER NOTICE 11 Annual Meetbg of Members of LEWIS COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC d be beld m tbe CLARK COUNTY FAIRGROUN@ Wocbo00, A00mt 14, 19115 R 9.' a. Business Meeting..... I0:15 a. JLKT#ON OF O00K'TOtS tOTS OF PItlZS AND AWAR GOOD Free Lunch roll be Served at the He/p Make Your 48th Annud the Largest and.00st by N EIGH BORHOOD EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Lewistown merle Garnett New writer for Lewistown activities Mrs. Merle Garnett, who has been correspondent for the Lewistown area news for the past year has relinquished bet" pesRiom, as the family is moving out of the area. Mrs. Erma Dee Derkeeu will be the new Lewistown correspondent for the Press-News Journal. These with items for this column may contact Mrs. Derksen, who will begin her work reporting the news next week. Friday supper guests of Benny and Norms Lay and Tim were Theresa and Tonya Lay, Russell and Nellie Lay, Ronnie Lay, Wade and Matthew of Lewistown, Floyd and Mildred Sherpe and family, Florence Parker, Agnes Miller of LaBelle, Roy and Judy Bugh and Kathy of Ewing in celebration of Benny Lay's birthday. Homemade ice cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips and Melissa entertained the Phillips family,. Friday at noon. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. MiLch Phillips of St. Louis, Norms Jean Arnold of Kirks- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold of Albuquerque, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Carroll, Caleb and Cole of Kahoka; Mr. and Mrs. Tim McAfee, Ryan, Scott and Stacie of Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parsons and Tans of Ottumwa; Tom Nichols of Green Bay, Win.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson and Jaal Aubrey of Andrews, Tex., Joe Walter and two nieces of Canton, and Veta Bronson. Nauvoo historic outdoor musical to be repeated Open house notes 90th birthday of Arnold An open house to celebrate the 90th birthday of Egbert Arnold was held Aug. 2 in the Garrett Haines home in Lewistewn. Approximately 140 friends and relatives gathered to say "Happy Birthday." The event was hosted by his children: Jeanne Haines of Lewistown, E. William Arnold of Kahoka, and J. Burleigh Arnold of Jefferson City. Sen. Norman Merrell made the premtation of a resolution honoring Mr. Arnold, adopted by the Missouri Senate June 9, 1985. Copies of the resolution were presented to his children. Grandchildren coming especially for the day were: Mr. and Mrs. Tim McAfee and children of Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold of Albuquerque, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carroll and family of Kahoka; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Arnold of Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Arnold and son of Jefferson City; Ms. Jill Beilstein of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Van Meter and family of Ewing Scott Dehner H. J. Wenneker returns home from hospital H. J. Wenneker returned to his home Thursday evening, July 25, after being a patient for two weeks at KS Hoepitai in Kirksville. He was treated for diabetes and underwent surgery to remove a large clot in his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenneker and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Herst are assisting Mrs. Wenneker with his care. Louise Herst stayed with her mother during H. J.'s hospital stay. Mrs. Virgil Willows is home recuperating after., a short stay at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. First presented in 1976 as part of the Petty Officer and Mrs. Mahlon national Bicentennial, CRy of ,. S. F, Nev., Mr. and Mrs. the outdoor musical that ts the Stbr Larry L+amll of Viola, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Campbell of Aledo, Ill., visited Thursday in the Austin Herst home and also visited their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheehan of Ft. Wayne, Ind., spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Herst. Barb came last week to assist with the care of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker, and her husband, Jim, came later. They returned to their home in Ft. Wayne Sunday. Mrs. Rhonda Penn of Kirksville visited her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker recently. Mrs. Elnora Smyser, Mrs. Nadine Robins of Palmyra'and Mrs. Dorothy Jones of Emerson were recent callers in the Wenneker home. A men's slow pitch softball tourna- ment will he held at the Ewing ball park Aug. 10-11. Proceeds will go for the maintenance and upkeep of the ball park. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wnnneker and Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Wenneker of Tulsa, Okla., were weekend visitors in the H. J. Wenneker home, and also visited in the Glessie leee home in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wenneker of Higginsville came last weekend to visit his father at the hospital and also visited in the Wenneker home and with her mother, Mrs. Louise Keller. Also visiting H. J. Wenneker in the hospital were Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Hugond. David Herst of Decatur visited Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Herst, and also visited his grandparents, H. J. and Edith Wenner. of historic Nauvoo, will he presented for the 10th season this year, Aug. 13-17. Over the past nine years, an estimated 270,000 have sat on the hillside overlooking historic Nauvoo and thrilled as a cast of over 300 tell the story in dance and song of the establishment of the city on the banks of the Mississippi. "We are grateful for the hundreds of cast members (mostly families), from all over the midwest who pay all their own expensea, arrange for their own housing, and take theft vacations to be in the show," said F. Gerald Bench, the show's director and professor of communication at the University of Wisconsin in Platteville. "They work all day and most of the night in the heat and humidity (and sometimes the rain) for six days preparing for the show. Some are veterans, like the Unisakers from Iowa City and the Kings from St. Louis who have had three generations partlci- pate." "City of Joseph" tells in story and song the founding and building of Nauvoo from 1839 to 1848. The 18 original musical sketches and dances depict life in Nauvoo as it was in the early 1840s. Designed as family , mtertaimnant, the production tells the story of the city at its peak and emphasis on everyday family life. "City of Joseph" starts each night AUg. I$-17 at S:30 p.m. on the outdoor stage Just north of the NRI Visitors Center, There Is plenty of free parking and no charge for admission. Check Your Renewal Date; Don't Miss an Issuol Lewistown. The group includes eight of his 10 great grandchildren. Prior to the open house, Mr. Arnold received phone calls from two grand- daughters: Ms. Sharis Arnold in southern France, and Mrs. Gari Johnson of Fairfield, Calif.; a niece, Mrs. Barbara Esquino of Guadalajara, Mexico; and an old school friend, Tollie Graves of Huntington Beach, Calif. In the evening a family dinner further celebrated the occasion. The affair was catered by Mrs. Betty Stinson, Mrs. Ann Kempe and Mrs. Doris Heitman. Saturday morning Mrs. Janis Van Meter and Ms. Jill Beilstein entertain- ed with a brunch in the home of their parents. Special guest was Mr. Arnold. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tim McAfee and Ryan of Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arnold of Albuquerque, N. M.; Roger, Darin and Seth Van Meter and Meagan Beilstein of Lewistown. Austin Herst, Richard DeCester and Jules DeCoster flew by chartered plane on Thursday to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law and uncle, Emmett Gardner in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Gardner was the husband of the former Ruby Herst Van Vliet, and died on Monday after a lingering illness. Bruce Wenneker of Charleston, Ill., visited last weekend with Frank and Dolly Wenneker. He also visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wenneker. Winners of last week's pitch tournament were Vera Herzog and Roy Bugh Ist, Shorty Brown and Maxine Klocke 2nd, and Irene Tate and Lucille Meyers 3rd. Mrs. Henrietta Dehner went to New London Monday and spent the day with her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dehner and Branden. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lillard have returned home after visiting their son and family in Washington, D. C. The Lillards drove to Kansas City to visit their other son and then flew from Kansas City to Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson have as their guest this week their grandson, Rhett Johnson of Kansas City. nl l Durham miss Cindy Clickner Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kaiser called on Mrs. Catherine Spratt Saturday evening after attending the ice cream supper at the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waiters visited Mr. and Mrs. Mile Spratt Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Goings, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goings and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, James Spratt and Mr. and Mrs. Mile Spratt enjoyed ice cream and cake at Mrs. Edith White's for her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mils Spratt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, James Spratt and Edith White attended the pony pull at Hamilton Saturday. Mrs. Katldeen Ciickner, Cindy and Amanda attended the Jenkins reunion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton of Monticello Sunday. Revival services are in progress at the Durham Baptist Church. Bro. Olstein of Peoria is the evangelist. Mike and Jenny Carter and Erin called on Mrs. Catherine Spratt Friday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powers and Dawn were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dlckerson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bartz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fray and Goldie Ahell. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfleld Mrs. Louise Keller move into the -- -- m -- S -- : : : : " KIRKSVILLE OSTEOPATHIC HEALTH CENT00 is proud to announce the association of .Allen Jacobs, D.O. m the department of i Me. Senator Norman Merreil (left) presents citation honoring birthday of Egbert Arnold, adopted by Missouri Senate. Presentation wns at open house at the Garrett Haines home in Lewistown Aug. 2. NECAC urges farmers use O assistance service programs North East Community Action Corporation is well aware of the problems facing farmers and has a number of programs available to assist them during this time of economic hardship. Services available on an income-qualification basis are commodity food distribution, home wcatherization, energy crisis interven- tion, cooling assistance and counseling. USDA commodity foods are distri- buted each month from the NECAC office and other designated locations within the county. Cheddar cheese, American cheese, butter, flour, rice, corn meal, honey and instant non-fat dry milk are available in quantities commensurate with family size. NECAC's Weatherization provides materials to make homes more energy efficient. Such materials include: insulation, storm windows, caulking, and weatherstripping. The Energy Crisis Intervention Program provides fuel assistance to households experiencing a crisis situation as the result of an emergency energy related problem. Through the Cooling Assistance Program, fans and air conditioners are available to help eligible households deal with the heat. NECAC also provides counseling services to determine needs of low income persons. After an interview, a staff person will direct the individual to the various NECAC programs for which he is eligible as well as refer him to other agencies providing services useful to him. Staff persons can also work with individuals to develop a personal plan of action to solve their problems. Information regarding income guide- lines and other qualifications for these programs is available at the Local NECAC Office. GENERAL PRACTICE with an emphasis in SPORTS MEDICINE and OSTEOPATHIC MANIPuLATION Office hours by appointment KCOM Gutensohn Clinic Kirksville, Missouri Phone {816) 626-2296 senior housing at LaGrange Saturday. Mrs. Charles Wood called on Mrs. Martha Lillard recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCune called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke of Maywood Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scheiter of Quincy attended the ice cream supper at the Methodist Church Saturday evening. Dennis Carter called on Catherine Spratt Thursday evening. Mrs. Vearl Chipman called on Mr. and Mrs. Mile Spratt Thursday. Mrs. Kathleen Cllckner, Cindy and Amanda and Sheron Sherwood and Lance were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rathel of Hannibal Thursday. Mrs. Marjorie Moore and Goldie Abell attended revival services at Philadelphia Baptist Church last week. The Jenkins reunion was held Sunday at the home of Chester Hintou at Monticello. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Thelma Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh White and Randy of Canton, Ronnie, Michelle and Deanna Hinton and Mrs. Kathleen Clickner, Cindy and Amanda. You Get More NEWS in the PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL 0118 Fme For every 10 units of GI Seed Corn you purchase, you will receive 1 bag FREE. This gives you an extra 1 0 of our Great Growing Seed. Order today and get an even Greater Growing 1986 corn oop. 8hiseler Seed Co .... Fmme nont with Fnmm... A 0up of tkeat (bmm Cce.-.t Your Lo GR8 Desk': Kent Munzlinger Pbem No. 314 767-5486 Pvt. Donna West mechanics grad Army Private Donna L. West has graduated from the U.S. Air Force aircraft pneudraulic systems me- chanic course at Chanute Air Force Base, m. During the course, students were taught to repair and maintain aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems. They also earned credits toward an associate degree through the Commun- ity College of the Air Force. Her husband, Brian, is the son of Albert and Ella Wilke of rural Williamstown. PRES$ Published Americanton David 130 Avenue Of Canton, Th41 Lew,t COvIY Ihe tew.$town Ne.l " lhe Colo P, ess.Ne__. C on,.ol n Advertising MISSOURI RATE In Lewis, Knox, and C_,lark a year ........... , Six months ....... ! Elsewhere in other states, a ye, Six months... Display Advertisi Column inch. Classified Advertis Per word ........... Minimum .......... i Display Classified, CoL inch ....... Card of Thanks ..... LOCKER strr TUDA. HOGS srdl COIIFED % o rut c PUBLIC Sat., Aug. Lylo Cork's Body MONTICELLO, NOW HAS 24 HOUR WRECKER PHONE 767-5428 CORK GARNER NOTICE 11 Annual Meetbg of Members of LEWIS COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC d be beld m tbe CLARK COUNTY FAIRGROUN@ Wocbo00, A00mt 14, 19115 R 9.' a. Business Meeting..... I0:15 a. JLKT#ON OF O00K'TOtS tOTS OF PItlZS AND AWAR GOOD Free Lunch roll be Served at the He/p Make Your 48th Annud the Largest and.00st by