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NERAL NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page 3a 7 The trim work at Canton Public Library is getting a new coat of paint. Labor facelift for the project has been provided by the /lark Twain Regional Planning in Monroe City. KCOM clinics 1 to complete areas immunization n Lake are adopted clinics Aug. 19-24 areas were promised at full federal expense when the project was authorized by Congress, and even though the costs are simply beyond the means of many local jurisdictions. "This amendment solves the prob- lem by directing that development be completed at federal expense from KCOM rural clinics will be sponsoring an immunization screening clinic August 19-24. Included in the clinic are vaccines for DPT, oral polio, PT, and MMR. Immunizations will be available at all seven of the rural clinics and the Family Health Clinic. Childret must has adopted a Senator Jack the development at Mark Twain expense. provision, the Would be directed expense, the Area near "Fortune Teller" The cast of the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre production of "The Fortune Teller" is shown at the first act finale. The Victor Herbert eomle operetta is being presented this week and next, Wednesday through Sunday, at the riverboat. Dr. Carol Fisher Mathieson is featured in the title role (at center rigbt). Reservations are available for most performances and may be made by phoning 288-5273. Green Thumb ..... i is accepting ---. applications = = Missouri Green Thumb is now _= accepting applications from persons _5 seeking employment in Lewis County. Applicants must be 55 years of age or - older and meet income guidelines. - Work assignments will be based on _= each individual&apos;s abilities to the extent - feasible. The pay rate is the federal ==- minimum wage for an average of 20 i hours per week. The Green Thumb program is funded by the U.S. Department of - Labor, and provides work experience, =-- training, and placement assistance to - older job seekers. The program also == furnishes skilled labor pool for local ---- government and community service === agencies. Those wishing to apply should come i to the interview on August 12, I-3 p.m. at Canton City Hall. Applicants should == be prepared to provide complete-= family income information. Missouri --= Green Thumb is an equal opportunity . employer. Interviews will be conducted by Carol Perryman of Kirksville. L$HMMW I Day Developing ON COLOR PRINTS COLOR  COLOR 16.88 /< ;:;' I 16.ll Gral/d Leader Pharmacy THE Pharmacy tot Lewis County Canton - GENE SYKES, PHARM. - Itone 2BE-$'23! T mAmACV oerr. v m aosm oN TUAV uuHHHHHmHHH illdslm'Wulml funds previously appropriated. It is my receive their immunizations before   Juv a rAAm ni,a County ; the understanding and expectation that the they can attend school. Persons I I IIll Ill I I Illl II I Illlllll Ill I Ill Illlll I I Ill )n Dam; and work can be done under budget and planning on attending the clinic should access areas for within present resources, but only if bring a record of their past I I [] l I I I , around the Twain the cost-sharing dispute is resolved, immunizations, by$C 0 R1 The Danforth amendment was Interested persons are urged to Potential of this adopted by the Senate .during contact the KCOM rural clinic nearest _Severely hampered consideration of energy and water to them or the Family Health Clinic. ui access areas, appropriations for fiscal year 1986. ,UPStream areas," Senate and House conferees are neroadblock to expected to meet in September to Agenc o? Aging C0fltcEr __j) eation areas has resolve differences in order to clear The Ctil:rCMotslurlzd Chicken  I ,Y.-, '..u'ation's insistence final legislation for the President s offers relief aons come up with desk. "" even though the , from heat DoId ..... - ....... -_ _-___ .... hy Owls to perform Th.e.Noreast Missouri Area Agency 3 PC CHICKEN DINNER . on Aging through its I7 multipurpose WITH COMBINATION LLrn'ucE SALAD '2.49 senior centers is distributing fans and dreaux Center air conditioners to elderly residents. ThiSMissouriequipmentDivisioniS provided through A- - HAM SANDWICH . . . . . . $1.49 Corps of Engineers clothing and other articles used by of Aging. rercu AND GET ANY .39 INDIVIDUAL SERVING FREE Fans and air conditioners are e very special native Americans. They will b e available to anyone over the age of 60 (SALAD, JELLO, BAKED REAN$ OR IDTATOES) 10. Screety dressed in handmade elaborate tradi- - . . who meet the current income i rTu club from tional clothing and will be aemonstrat- . .... at the M. W. ing bead work, leather work and n;;.2ntYOa e needing an air lllIRST al Visitor Center muecasin making, a,"l,,,-i ,^- ,, .1 have a medical P.m. and at the Everyone is invited to relive a little .............. -nls equipment is =,hu.,mm.lkllllillklill I " - ain Lake loaned out during the cooli s ason Kion Area amphi- American history at Mark Tw and return -= " ng e IM VI lilll "eprogram at9 t.yOi: !SUBSCRIBE TO THE :'iil;:i/eear,;i i _ 32 oz. oSda cup FREE [ Dwls is an Indian " e, wen k.o. with any Sl.50 or more Y-made Indian Bo ' Kahoka, Edina, Ewing, Troy Macon, _ Hannibal, Monroe City, Paris, Mont- F Doh Fo d Purchase gomery City, Louisiana Moberiv, o rtt oocCC.NEWS iniinnA. Higbff., Lancaster, Memphis, Shelbina Refills just 49* bilities '-"""" ,,v,,,,,,,,,,- ann warremon. lty for business federal, state are buying and being offered on at Carpenter's St. Louis. the opportunity of busess Vital interest to Sized businesses, PPortunity to sit ith purchasing e private and counsel- largest buyer of the world. Learn rm's sales and advantage of Opportunity Executive of ase, General Minority Agency, the on and of Retired ttion and regi- at (314) and includes MONTHLY SALE 2nd Tud/ of DAIRY ,... MO- COW- CO* OutolStoteWotts 1.800.558.-- CALL TOLL FREE '3,9 Missouri Watts 1-800-892-7130 Lancaster, Missouri SALE MANAGER  EDDIE NORMAN, LANCASTER MO. 816-457-3795 Tuesday Night, Aug. I, 8:00 p.m. Located 3  miles north of Loncoster on 63 Early Listings: COmmiE DISPERSAL: RAYMOND DOOSWOIUrH. KIRKSVILLE, MO. IB YOUNG GUERNSEY COWS CAN BE MILKED BY HAND OR MACHINE, 1 FULL BLOOD 3 YR. OLD GUERNSEY BULL 3- 2 3 YR. OLD HOLSTEIN COWS WILL BE FRESH BY SALE DAY- ONE OWNER 12 - 3-4 MOS. OLD HOLSTEIN CALVES HEIFERS 6 BULLS . one owner I -HOLSTEIN BULL, WT. B00 LB. ' 15 - 25 BABY CALVES Many morl cons/snments by sade date -- Please Consign Early -- All consignments and inquires ore invited. Early listings are very helpful and important in advertising and advising prospective buyers, espeoally those traveling long distances. Auctioneer: Eddie C. Norman Ringmen: Bobby Burton 515682-1759 OFFICE MANAGER---Kathy Ashmore Henry Norman 816-457-2146 Beverages COORS & COORS LIGHT , o s 4"49 MILLER LifE ..... n o  sL99 KESSLERS ........   '  s4"95 RUBINOFF VODKA*..  ,too, ,so t s3.95 7S0 nd MR. & MRS. T BLOODY MARY MIX 1.49 PEPSI PRODUCTS .... ,,, o= . $1.99 PEPSI PRODUCTS "" " oz , w COKE, CHERRY COKE, DIET COKE, SPRffE ,., o c,s . . $1.69 HOL'N ONE '1.49 $ 99 1 LB. Groceries QUINCY MAiD POTATO CHIPS. " oz A, KELLOGS CORN POPS *'s  tl. BOX VANCAM PORK & BEANS . ." o c .49 WAXTEX WAXED PAPER 100 m.- .89 CANTON AYERCO JCT. 16 ROUTE B Olmm 7 days a week, 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 mlitoM. Phone 211-N2 We reserve the fight to limit quantities. PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 12 NERAL NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page 3a 7 The trim work at Canton Public Library is getting a new coat of paint. Labor facelift for the project has been provided by the /lark Twain Regional Planning in Monroe City. KCOM clinics 1 to complete areas immunization n Lake are adopted clinics Aug. 19-24 areas were promised at full federal expense when the project was authorized by Congress, and even though the costs are simply beyond the means of many local jurisdictions. "This amendment solves the prob- lem by directing that development be completed at federal expense from KCOM rural clinics will be sponsoring an immunization screening clinic August 19-24. Included in the clinic are vaccines for DPT, oral polio, PT, and MMR. Immunizations will be available at all seven of the rural clinics and the Family Health Clinic. Childret must has adopted a Senator Jack the development at Mark Twain expense. provision, the Would be directed expense, the Area near "Fortune Teller" The cast of the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre production of "The Fortune Teller" is shown at the first act finale. The Victor Herbert eomle operetta is being presented this week and next, Wednesday through Sunday, at the riverboat. Dr. Carol Fisher Mathieson is featured in the title role (at center rigbt). Reservations are available for most performances and may be made by phoning 288-5273. Green Thumb ..... i is accepting ---. applications = = Missouri Green Thumb is now _= accepting applications from persons _5 seeking employment in Lewis County. Applicants must be 55 years of age or - older and meet income guidelines. - Work assignments will be based on _= each individual's abilities to the extent - feasible. The pay rate is the federal ==- minimum wage for an average of 20 i hours per week. The Green Thumb program is funded by the U.S. Department of - Labor, and provides work experience, =-- training, and placement assistance to - older job seekers. The program also == furnishes skilled labor pool for local ---- government and community service === agencies. Those wishing to apply should come i to the interview on August 12, I-3 p.m. at Canton City Hall. Applicants should == be prepared to provide complete-= family income information. Missouri --= Green Thumb is an equal opportunity . employer. Interviews will be conducted by Carol Perryman of Kirksville. L$HMMW I Day Developing ON COLOR PRINTS COLOR  COLOR 16.88 /< ;:;' I 16.ll Gral/d Leader Pharmacy THE Pharmacy tot Lewis County Canton - GENE SYKES, PHARM. - Itone 2BE-$'23! T mAmACV oerr. v m aosm oN TUAV uuHHHHHmHHH illdslm'Wulml funds previously appropriated. It is my receive their immunizations before   Juv a rAAm ni,a County ; the understanding and expectation that the they can attend school. Persons I I IIll Ill I I Illl II I Illlllll Ill I Ill Illlll I I Ill )n Dam; and work can be done under budget and planning on attending the clinic should access areas for within present resources, but only if bring a record of their past I I [] l I I I , around the Twain the cost-sharing dispute is resolved, immunizations, by$C 0 R1 The Danforth amendment was Interested persons are urged to Potential of this adopted by the Senate .during contact the KCOM rural clinic nearest _Severely hampered consideration of energy and water to them or the Family Health Clinic. ui access areas, appropriations for fiscal year 1986. ,UPStream areas," Senate and House conferees are neroadblock to expected to meet in September to Agenc o? Aging C0fltcEr __j) eation areas has resolve differences in order to clear The Ctil:rCMotslurlzd Chicken  I ,Y.-, '..u'ation's insistence final legislation for the President s offers relief aons come up with desk. "" even though the , from heat DoId ..... - ....... -_ _-___ .... hy Owls to perform Th.e.Noreast Missouri Area Agency 3 PC CHICKEN DINNER . on Aging through its I7 multipurpose WITH COMBINATION LLrn'ucE SALAD '2.49 senior centers is distributing fans and dreaux Center air conditioners to elderly residents. ThiSMissouriequipmentDivisioniS provided through A- - HAM SANDWICH . . . . . . $1.49 Corps of Engineers clothing and other articles used by of Aging. rercu AND GET ANY .39 INDIVIDUAL SERVING FREE Fans and air conditioners are e very special native Americans. They will b e available to anyone over the age of 60 (SALAD, JELLO, BAKED REAN$ OR IDTATOES) 10. Screety dressed in handmade elaborate tradi- - . . who meet the current income i rTu club from tional clothing and will be aemonstrat- . .... at the M. W. ing bead work, leather work and n;;.2ntYOa e needing an air lllIRST al Visitor Center muecasin making, a,"l,,,-i ,^- ,, .1 have a medical P.m. and at the Everyone is invited to relive a little .............. -nls equipment is =,hu.,mm.lkllllillklill I " - ain Lake loaned out during the cooli s ason Kion Area amphi- American history at Mark Tw and return -= " ng e IM VI lilll "eprogram at9 t.yOi: !SUBSCRIBE TO THE :'iil;:i/eear,;i i _ 32 oz. oSda cup FREE [ Dwls is an Indian " e, wen k.o. with any Sl.50 or more Y-made Indian Bo ' Kahoka, Edina, Ewing, Troy Macon, _ Hannibal, Monroe City, Paris, Mont- F Doh Fo d Purchase gomery City, Louisiana Moberiv, o rtt oocCC.NEWS iniinnA. Higbff., Lancaster, Memphis, Shelbina Refills just 49* bilities '-"""" ,,v,,,,,,,,,,- ann warremon. lty for business federal, state are buying and being offered on at Carpenter's St. Louis. the opportunity of busess Vital interest to Sized businesses, PPortunity to sit ith purchasing e private and counsel- largest buyer of the world. Learn rm's sales and advantage of Opportunity Executive of ase, General Minority Agency, the on and of Retired ttion and regi- at (314) and includes MONTHLY SALE 2nd Tud/ of DAIRY ,... MO- COW- CO* OutolStoteWotts 1.800.558.-- CALL TOLL FREE '3,9 Missouri Watts 1-800-892-7130 Lancaster, Missouri SALE MANAGER  EDDIE NORMAN, LANCASTER MO. 816-457-3795 Tuesday Night, Aug. I, 8:00 p.m. Located 3  miles north of Loncoster on 63 Early Listings: COmmiE DISPERSAL: RAYMOND DOOSWOIUrH. KIRKSVILLE, MO. IB YOUNG GUERNSEY COWS CAN BE MILKED BY HAND OR MACHINE, 1 FULL BLOOD 3 YR. OLD GUERNSEY BULL 3- 2 3 YR. OLD HOLSTEIN COWS WILL BE FRESH BY SALE DAY- ONE OWNER 12 - 3-4 MOS. OLD HOLSTEIN CALVES HEIFERS 6 BULLS . one owner I -HOLSTEIN BULL, WT. B00 LB. ' 15 - 25 BABY CALVES Many morl cons/snments by sade date -- Please Consign Early -- All consignments and inquires ore invited. Early listings are very helpful and important in advertising and advising prospective buyers, espeoally those traveling long distances. Auctioneer: Eddie C. Norman Ringmen: Bobby Burton 515682-1759 OFFICE MANAGER---Kathy Ashmore Henry Norman 816-457-2146 Beverages COORS & COORS LIGHT , o s 4"49 MILLER LifE ..... n o  sL99 KESSLERS ........   '  s4"95 RUBINOFF VODKA*..  ,too, ,so t s3.95 7S0 nd MR. & MRS. T BLOODY MARY MIX 1.49 PEPSI PRODUCTS .... ,,, o= . $1.99 PEPSI PRODUCTS "" " oz , w COKE, CHERRY COKE, DIET COKE, SPRffE ,., o c,s . . $1.69 HOL'N ONE '1.49 $ 99 1 LB. Groceries QUINCY MAiD POTATO CHIPS. " oz A, KELLOGS CORN POPS *'s  tl. BOX VANCAM PORK & BEANS . ." o c .49 WAXTEX WAXED PAPER 100 m.- .89 CANTON AYERCO JCT. 16 ROUTE B Olmm 7 days a week, 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 mlitoM. Phone 211-N2 We reserve the fight to limit quantities. PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 12