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N EIGH BORHOOD I'J EWS Press-News Journal. Canton, Mo.. Thursday, August 8,'1985, Canton Mrs. Cecil McFadden Return home from 3-week tour of northwest Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morris returned laYiday from a three week trip through the northwest. They toured Nebraska, Wyomin Idaho, Oregon and Washing- ton and erased over into British Cohnnbia into Alberta, Canada, where they visited Banff, the ice fields and Lake Loiuse, Calgary and came down to Montana, North and South Dakota and Iowa on their way home. They visi'ed on the way out with Mrs. Nichols' niece, Mr. and Mrs. Don MeCurdy and family at Lincoln, Neb., and her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kiusmeier and family at Ashland, Ore. Mr. Morris visited James Thorpe, an Army buddy 39 years ago, at Boise, Idaho. On the way home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Berg at Williston, N. D. They traveled 6300 miles on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jacobs and Kelli hosted a birthday party Monday night in honor of the leth birthday of their daughter and sister, Katrina. They served birthday cake and homenmde ice cream. Guests were Cindy Porter, Patti Mathies, Tract Taylor, Dawn Franks, Claudia Wilson, Kelly Phillips, Lisa McSm'ley, Melisea Phillips, Robert Lee, Joe Walter and Dick Homer. TracT Taylor was an over- night guest. Dan Steinheek returned home from a week's vacation Sunday evening. He visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Blackmore in Columbia and helped them move to another location in Columbia. He visited for several days with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schmidt at Kansas City. He attended the wedding Saturday of Greg Thognmrtin, a former Culver-Stockton student, and Julie Fairchild of McPherson, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baxter returned last Wednesday from a trip to Kreml/ug, Colo., where they attended a Yust fa reunion ou s Centetmlal ranch homesteaded by a brother of Mrs. Peter (Minnie Yust) Birk, involving approximately 300 Yust family members. Bob Stone of Kansas City and Charlotte Stone Rankin of La Grands, Ore., who had been visiting relatives in Kansas City, accompanied the Baxters to Colorado. Other former Cantonians attending the reunion were Dr. Carl Birk and wife, Sue, of Decatur; Roherta Stone Lutes and husband, Bob, of Kansas City, Lenora Hebnum Younger and husband, Gay- lord, of Pbarr, Tex. All of Minnie Yust Birk's descendants met for breakfast on Sunday and helped the Lutes celebrate their 47th wedding aunivem- ary. Mrs. TracT Zahn of Marina, Calif., arrived Saturday to spend three weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Willianm. Mr. Zahn will be in Panama the month of August. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirehner, Joey, Clarissa and Susan of Sauk City, Wis., visited from Aug. 2-5 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy. Other Friday evening Buests for ice cream and cake in celebration of Mrs. benKYdylay were Mr. and Mrs. , Jesse and Grant of LaGrange and Mrs. Mae Brumbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Mlebael Spurg of Hannibal spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests of his mother, Ms. Joan Spm-georL Other visitors were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay of Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Himmell, Jeff, Matt and Paul of Kankakee visited Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Susie Himmell, and Mrs. Charles Saturday they celebrated Paul's 5th birthday which was Aug. 2 and Mrs. Rollins' birthday Aug. 6, with a dinner and birthday cake. Mrs. Dave Tlmmas and Adam of Milan, former Clinton residents, were Sunday morn- Ing visitors. Mrs, Kay Webster spent Saturday merning with her sister, Ms. Joan  guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. iaine Lngsdon were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ward of Canton, IIL, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Harming and Mrs. Carols Tyson of Rushville. Sunday guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell of Astoria, Mr. and Mrs. R/chard Scott of Bushnell and Mrs. of Mt sterUng. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crist visited i Monday afternoon with her brother, Melvin Brown in Carthage. He is recuperating from eye surgery. PFC John Heath McFadden left Saturday to return to Fort Hood, Tex., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael McFadden, and other relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Vernon J. Fisher of Gustine, Calif., arrived Sunday to visit with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mathieson, Patti and Kristina. They came to see their daughter in "The Fortune Teller" at I to the weekly Wall the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner MARl AN T H I- That above Theatre. $I00. Thanks, Mrs. Caroline Besco of Detroit, There are Mich., arrived July 31 and visited L! BRARI A N generously to overnight with her father and wife, many in, Mr. and Mrs. Art Brown. She left The Canton Public Library is book club Thursday to go to Council Bluff, Is., to celebrating Thanksgiving in August! paperbacks. visit her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yes, we want to offer the heartfelt books as Lunge and family, thanks to those friends of the library loved ones. During Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Raleigh and who so generously gave us books, over 100 books Klm and John Ferguson motored to magazines, newspapers, etc. Without donated to the Wisconsin last week to visit Mr. and thor the old brick homestead could We really do Mrs. Harold K/rebnor and family, scarcely survive. Our friends come in dons outpouring They also stopped in Dickeyville at the  all ages. There is young Andy Holy Ghost Shrine and Grotto, and also 'i Upchurch who donated these Sweet 11" Fox saw the Lost Canyon at Wisconsin Pickle books (easy fiction): Elephant james Dells. They were dinner guests at the Eats the Profits, Fish & Flips, The home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grand Prize, Goose Goofs Off, The Kirchner and family at Sauk City. On Great Race, Happy Birthday Unicorn, attend returning home they visited Teresa Jackal Wants Everything, Lion Is * Ferguson of LaGrange and Mrs. Julia ...... i " Down in the Dumps, Moody Moose Chi Korschgen of Quincy. " Buttons, Nuts to Nightingale, Octopns Audra Sullivan of St. Louis spent  Protests, Quail Can't Decide, Quick James Dale Saturday and Saturday lht with Lunch Munch, Rainy Day Parade, attend the International Dorothy and Mike Taylor. Saturday Rest Rabbit Rest, Robot S.P.3, The evening all enjoyed a barbecue and Secret Club, Some Friend, Stork Spills Seminar being homemade ice cream with Mr. and the Beans, Wet All Over, What a Mess, University camPUs, Mrs. John Slater and family. What's So Great About Nice, Who Stole 18-22. He will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes went AJligator's Shoe, Yakety Yak Yak Yak, chapter from the to Webster Groves July 27 to visit Mr. Zip Goes Zebra, e Several Tricks ef Missouri. and Mrs. Mike Thurman and baby son, Edgar Dolphin, Georgle, Paul's More than 700 Christopher Douglas, who was born Christmas Birthday, First Steps In the alumni, and July 17. Mr. Holmes returned home Bible, A Colt Named Mischief, 227chapters Sunday evening and Mrs. Holmes Cats-Little Tigers in Your House, States and attend. Lambda stayed last week to help care for the Animals in Danger, Three Little North America's new baby. Mr. Holmes returned to Indinns. Thanks Andy! Webster Groves this weekend and At writer's workshop Then there is Palmyra Saving & fraternities with brought his wife home. Building which donates a subscription bets. Mr. and Mrs. Meryi McMinn of Carolyn Kane, left, of Canton chats with Lois Lowry at the recent Highlights for '. Columbia were Sunday visitors in the Children Writers Workshop at Chautauqua, N. Y. Lowry, a distinguished author home of her brother-in-law and sister, of books for children, was on the faculty of the week-long session for authors Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lupardus. specializing in writing for children. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mom'oe of Samilton visited Sunday with Mr. and C ly K d Ca Ins Mrs. Dick Parker. aro n ane atten s nton . Miss Tiffany Wilson of Roscoe, III., arrived Monday night to spend a few hild 's it i " Health Farm days with her mother and husband, C ren wr ors sess ons Life Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, and her O O e grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Carolyn Kane of Canton attended the Chautauqua has evolved into what one Dimmitt. six-day First Highlights for Children writer has described as "a diversified Mrs. Ruth Brown of quincy, their Writers Workshop at Chautauqua in vacation center for all ages, featuring JOE OEINN former neighbor in Canton, was a western New York state. The an interplay of the art,;, education and   [J[/eod[[ Monday luncheon guest of Mr. and wee.k-long session ended July 20. recreation." Mrs. Howard Wagner. Ms. Kane is an associate professor of During the workshop 26 faculty John Lanham of Zephyrhilis, Fla., English at Culver-Stockton College, members (nationally known authors left Tuesday morning after several where she teaches composition, and experts in children's literature and weeks visit with his niece and English and American literature, the editorial and production staff of MJ 8:304:30 husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFad- creative writing, and Shakespeare. "Highlights") presented 30 hour-and-a- den, and other relatives and friends in "Highlights for Children", founded half sessions on specific aspects of SERV/Ng THE T/'-qrTTiC- Canton. He also visited in Lancaster 39 years ago, is a leading periodical writing successfully for children. And I/I/ llP/ll/Ll and Kirksville and Bloomfield, Ia. for children from 2 to 12. Eleven issues they held nearly 300 individual Terry Hawkins -and son, Austin a year go to nearly 2 million homes, interviews with the conferees. PHONE Keltner Hawkins, were honored by a Editor- Kent L. Brown, Jr., of Seventy-three men and women from 314 288-$251 family reunion at the Hawkins place "Highlights" chose Cbapqua Is  states, Canada, Mexico, and Saudi Sunday. Terry and son flew in the tuUon as the settingr tl--Altb*ta attended the "'highlights" week previously to attend his high for its unusual combination of cultural workshop. school class graduation of 1936 from and physical advantages. Founded 111 LaGrange High School. These mere- years ago in western New York state hers of the family who attended on Chautauqua Lake as a summer HawkinsSUnday were Mr" and Mrs" James K'of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. camp forSundayschoolteachers, 50th Anniversary Wi James A. Hawkins, James, Jason and Jacob of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis, Marion Sparks, Jr., of Manchester, Mrs. Mildred Sohon of St. James, and Mrs. Counties 4-H Mary Hazel Powell. On July 18 Mr. and Mrs. Lee St. flags at M o. Fair Clair met his brother-in-law, M. L. Clark, and grandson, Robert Hanson, Both Marion and Lewis Counties will of Dantmry, Tex., at the airport in St. be represented in the showcase of Mrs. -re..Josemkne n --.;..a Id-;djk WO $ Louis. All stayed overnight with Mrs. county 4-H flags to he on display in the Dan St. Clair, Joe and Clay at 4-H building at the Missouri State Fair. WINNER OF OLDEST DOCUMENT Wentzville. Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair and Those who either helped design or Mr. Clark returned to Canton on construct the flags for Lewis County Friday morning and Robert Hanson include Marcia, Michael and Julie stayed with Mrs. Dan St. Clair Levengood, Jo McSorley and Anne and sons until Sunday when they Pearl. brought him to Canton. Mr. Clark spent the week visiting relatives and friends in Clark County and Keokuk. Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. David St. Clair, July 26 Mr. and Mrs. St.. Clair and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell St. Clair and Clark met his wife, Mrs. Clark, and Dallas of Kaheka, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hanson, at the air St. Clair and Mark of Wyaconda, Mrs. port. Before returning to Canton they Magdaline Clark, Mrs. Rolla Sears and had lunch with Mrs. Dan St. Clair and Bud Hedges of Kahoka. Thursday, Mr. sons at Duff's at Wentzville. On and Mrs. Lee St. Clair took Mr. and Randy Vo/d/v/o won S /00 returning to Canton they were met by Mrs. M. L. Clark to St. Louis to the Mr. SL Clair and Mrs. Clark's sister airport to return to their home in Men:hunt Gift CerliBcafe and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Danbury, Tex. Plelds of Rock Island who were also Visitors the past week in the home of {P|ests of her brother and wife until Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins and Monday. Sunday all attended a family their house guests, Terry and Austin reunion in honor of the Clarks at the Hawkins, were Mr. and Mrs. Larry home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph St. Clair Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawkins near Wyaconda. Visitors in the SL and sons, Miss Dana Foster of St. Clair home during the week to visit Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer of with Mr. and Mrs. L. Clark, danghter Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bunch and grandson were Mrs. Louise St. and Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell. Wednes- Clair of St. Francisville and Mrs. Opal day Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins, Priebe of Farmington, la. Mr. and Terry and Austin spent the day in East Mrs. Floyd Clark, daughter and Peoria visiting in the home of Mr. and grandson of Keokuk, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Albert Jaques. Forest Jaques of Cares Y00Yress Steve Withers, Andy and Amy of Peoria was also a guest, wfmmer of dosest esffm on co/n lar mnount r ) $02 $, 41rH CANTON, MO. PHONE 28t-$934 ) rims 5 0 TUESDAY -- FMDAY g:,q0 - $:04} " -t-sere SATURDAYS l:30 - NOON i  ['- ...... N EIGH BORHOOD I'J EWS Press-News Journal. Canton, Mo.. Thursday, August 8,'1985, Canton Mrs. Cecil McFadden Return home from 3-week tour of northwest Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morris returned laYiday from a three week trip through the northwest. They toured Nebraska, Wyomin Idaho, Oregon and Washing- ton and erased over into British Cohnnbia into Alberta, Canada, where they visited Banff, the ice fields and Lake Loiuse, Calgary and came down to Montana, North and South Dakota and Iowa on their way home. They visi'ed on the way out with Mrs. Nichols' niece, Mr. and Mrs. Don MeCurdy and family at Lincoln, Neb., and her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kiusmeier and family at Ashland, Ore. Mr. Morris visited James Thorpe, an Army buddy 39 years ago, at Boise, Idaho. On the way home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Berg at Williston, N. D. They traveled 6300 miles on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jacobs and Kelli hosted a birthday party Monday night in honor of the leth birthday of their daughter and sister, Katrina. They served birthday cake and homenmde ice cream. Guests were Cindy Porter, Patti Mathies, Tract Taylor, Dawn Franks, Claudia Wilson, Kelly Phillips, Lisa McSm'ley, Melisea Phillips, Robert Lee, Joe Walter and Dick Homer. TracT Taylor was an over- night guest. Dan Steinheek returned home from a week's vacation Sunday evening. He visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Blackmore in Columbia and helped them move to another location in Columbia. He visited for several days with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schmidt at Kansas City. He attended the wedding Saturday of Greg Thognmrtin, a former Culver-Stockton student, and Julie Fairchild of McPherson, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baxter returned last Wednesday from a trip to Kreml/ug, Colo., where they attended a Yust fa reunion ou s Centetmlal ranch homesteaded by a brother of Mrs. Peter (Minnie Yust) Birk, involving approximately 300 Yust family members. Bob Stone of Kansas City and Charlotte Stone Rankin of La Grands, Ore., who had been visiting relatives in Kansas City, accompanied the Baxters to Colorado. Other former Cantonians attending the reunion were Dr. Carl Birk and wife, Sue, of Decatur; Roherta Stone Lutes and husband, Bob, of Kansas City, Lenora Hebnum Younger and husband, Gay- lord, of Pbarr, Tex. All of Minnie Yust Birk's descendants met for breakfast on Sunday and helped the Lutes celebrate their 47th wedding aunivem- ary. Mrs. TracT Zahn of Marina, Calif., arrived Saturday to spend three weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Willianm. Mr. Zahn will be in Panama the month of August. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirehner, Joey, Clarissa and Susan of Sauk City, Wis., visited from Aug. 2-5 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy. Other Friday evening Buests for ice cream and cake in celebration of Mrs. benKYdylay were Mr. and Mrs. , Jesse and Grant of LaGrange and Mrs. Mae Brumbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Mlebael Spurg of Hannibal spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests of his mother, Ms. Joan Spm-georL Other visitors were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay of Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Himmell, Jeff, Matt and Paul of Kankakee visited Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Susie Himmell, and Mrs. Charles Saturday they celebrated Paul's 5th birthday which was Aug. 2 and Mrs. Rollins' birthday Aug. 6, with a dinner and birthday cake. Mrs. Dave Tlmmas and Adam of Milan, former Clinton residents, were Sunday morn- Ing visitors. Mrs, Kay Webster spent Saturday merning with her sister, Ms. Joan  guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. iaine Lngsdon were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ward of Canton, IIL, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Harming and Mrs. Carols Tyson of Rushville. Sunday guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell of Astoria, Mr. and Mrs. R/chard Scott of Bushnell and Mrs. of Mt sterUng. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crist visited i Monday afternoon with her brother, Melvin Brown in Carthage. He is recuperating from eye surgery. PFC John Heath McFadden left Saturday to return to Fort Hood, Tex., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael McFadden, and other relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Vernon J. Fisher of Gustine, Calif., arrived Sunday to visit with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mathieson, Patti and Kristina. They came to see their daughter in "The Fortune Teller" at I to the weekly Wall the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner MARl AN T H I- That above Theatre. $I00. Thanks, Mrs. Caroline Besco of Detroit, There are Mich., arrived July 31 and visited L! BRARI A N generously to overnight with her father and wife, many in, Mr. and Mrs. Art Brown. She left The Canton Public Library is book club Thursday to go to Council Bluff, Is., to celebrating Thanksgiving in August! paperbacks. visit her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yes, we want to offer the heartfelt books as Lunge and family, thanks to those friends of the library loved ones. During Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Raleigh and who so generously gave us books, over 100 books Klm and John Ferguson motored to magazines, newspapers, etc. Without donated to the Wisconsin last week to visit Mr. and thor the old brick homestead could We really do Mrs. Harold K/rebnor and family, scarcely survive. Our friends come in dons outpouring They also stopped in Dickeyville at the  all ages. There is young Andy Holy Ghost Shrine and Grotto, and also 'i Upchurch who donated these Sweet 11" Fox saw the Lost Canyon at Wisconsin Pickle books (easy fiction): Elephant james Dells. They were dinner guests at the Eats the Profits, Fish & Flips, The home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grand Prize, Goose Goofs Off, The Kirchner and family at Sauk City. On Great Race, Happy Birthday Unicorn, attend returning home they visited Teresa Jackal Wants Everything, Lion Is * Ferguson of LaGrange and Mrs. Julia ...... i " Down in the Dumps, Moody Moose Chi Korschgen of Quincy. " Buttons, Nuts to Nightingale, Octopns Audra Sullivan of St. Louis spent  Protests, Quail Can't Decide, Quick James Dale Saturday and Saturday lht with Lunch Munch, Rainy Day Parade, attend the International Dorothy and Mike Taylor. Saturday Rest Rabbit Rest, Robot S.P.3, The evening all enjoyed a barbecue and Secret Club, Some Friend, Stork Spills Seminar being homemade ice cream with Mr. and the Beans, Wet All Over, What a Mess, University camPUs, Mrs. John Slater and family. What's So Great About Nice, Who Stole 18-22. He will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes went AJligator's Shoe, Yakety Yak Yak Yak, chapter from the to Webster Groves July 27 to visit Mr. Zip Goes Zebra, e Several Tricks ef Missouri. and Mrs. Mike Thurman and baby son, Edgar Dolphin, Georgle, Paul's More than 700 Christopher Douglas, who was born Christmas Birthday, First Steps In the alumni, and July 17. Mr. Holmes returned home Bible, A Colt Named Mischief, 227chapters Sunday evening and Mrs. Holmes Cats-Little Tigers in Your House, States and attend. Lambda stayed last week to help care for the Animals in Danger, Three Little North America's new baby. Mr. Holmes returned to Indinns. Thanks Andy! Webster Groves this weekend and At writer's workshop Then there is Palmyra Saving & fraternities with brought his wife home. Building which donates a subscription bets. Mr. and Mrs. Meryi McMinn of Carolyn Kane, left, of Canton chats with Lois Lowry at the recent Highlights for '. Columbia were Sunday visitors in the Children Writers Workshop at Chautauqua, N. Y. Lowry, a distinguished author home of her brother-in-law and sister, of books for children, was on the faculty of the week-long session for authors Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lupardus. specializing in writing for children. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mom'oe of Samilton visited Sunday with Mr. and C ly K d Ca Ins Mrs. Dick Parker. aro n ane atten s nton . Miss Tiffany Wilson of Roscoe, III., arrived Monday night to spend a few hild 's it i " Health Farm days with her mother and husband, C ren wr ors sess ons Life Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, and her O O e grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Carolyn Kane of Canton attended the Chautauqua has evolved into what one Dimmitt. six-day First Highlights for Children writer has described as "a diversified Mrs. Ruth Brown of quincy, their Writers Workshop at Chautauqua in vacation center for all ages, featuring JOE OEINN former neighbor in Canton, was a western New York state. The an interplay of the art,;, education and   [J[/eod[[ Monday luncheon guest of Mr. and wee.k-long session ended July 20. recreation." Mrs. Howard Wagner. Ms. Kane is an associate professor of During the workshop 26 faculty John Lanham of Zephyrhilis, Fla., English at Culver-Stockton College, members (nationally known authors left Tuesday morning after several where she teaches composition, and experts in children's literature and weeks visit with his niece and English and American literature, the editorial and production staff of MJ 8:304:30 husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFad- creative writing, and Shakespeare. "Highlights") presented 30 hour-and-a- den, and other relatives and friends in "Highlights for Children", founded half sessions on specific aspects of SERV/Ng THE T/'-qrTTiC- Canton. He also visited in Lancaster 39 years ago, is a leading periodical writing successfully for children. And I/I/ llP/ll/Ll and Kirksville and Bloomfield, Ia. for children from 2 to 12. Eleven issues they held nearly 300 individual Terry Hawkins -and son, Austin a year go to nearly 2 million homes, interviews with the conferees. PHONE Keltner Hawkins, were honored by a Editor- Kent L. Brown, Jr., of Seventy-three men and women from 314 288-$251 family reunion at the Hawkins place "Highlights" chose Cbapqua Is  states, Canada, Mexico, and Saudi Sunday. Terry and son flew in the tuUon as the settingr tl--Altb*ta attended the "'highlights" week previously to attend his high for its unusual combination of cultural workshop. school class graduation of 1936 from and physical advantages. Founded 111 LaGrange High School. These mere- years ago in western New York state hers of the family who attended on Chautauqua Lake as a summer HawkinsSUnday were Mr" and Mrs" James K'of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. camp forSundayschoolteachers, 50th Anniversary Wi James A. Hawkins, James, Jason and Jacob of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis, Marion Sparks, Jr., of Manchester, Mrs. Mildred Sohon of St. James, and Mrs. Counties 4-H Mary Hazel Powell. On July 18 Mr. and Mrs. Lee St. flags at M o. Fair Clair met his brother-in-law, M. L. Clark, and grandson, Robert Hanson, Both Marion and Lewis Counties will of Dantmry, Tex., at the airport in St. be represented in the showcase of Mrs. -re..Josemkne n --.;..a Id-;djk WO $ Louis. All stayed overnight with Mrs. county 4-H flags to he on display in the Dan St. Clair, Joe and Clay at 4-H building at the Missouri State Fair. WINNER OF OLDEST DOCUMENT Wentzville. Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair and Those who either helped design or Mr. Clark returned to Canton on construct the flags for Lewis County Friday morning and Robert Hanson include Marcia, Michael and Julie stayed with Mrs. Dan St. Clair Levengood, Jo McSorley and Anne and sons until Sunday when they Pearl. brought him to Canton. Mr. Clark spent the week visiting relatives and friends in Clark County and Keokuk. Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. David St. Clair, July 26 Mr. and Mrs. St.. Clair and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell St. Clair and Clark met his wife, Mrs. Clark, and Dallas of Kaheka, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hanson, at the air St. Clair and Mark of Wyaconda, Mrs. port. Before returning to Canton they Magdaline Clark, Mrs. Rolla Sears and had lunch with Mrs. Dan St. Clair and Bud Hedges of Kahoka. Thursday, Mr. sons at Duff's at Wentzville. On and Mrs. Lee St. Clair took Mr. and Randy Vo/d/v/o won S /00 returning to Canton they were met by Mrs. M. L. Clark to St. Louis to the Mr. SL Clair and Mrs. Clark's sister airport to return to their home in Men:hunt Gift CerliBcafe and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Danbury, Tex. Plelds of Rock Island who were also Visitors the past week in the home of {P|ests of her brother and wife until Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins and Monday. Sunday all attended a family their house guests, Terry and Austin reunion in honor of the Clarks at the Hawkins, were Mr. and Mrs. Larry home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph St. Clair Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawkins near Wyaconda. Visitors in the SL and sons, Miss Dana Foster of St. Clair home during the week to visit Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer of with Mr. and Mrs. L. Clark, danghter Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bunch and grandson were Mrs. Louise St. and Mrs. Mary Hazel Powell. Wednes- Clair of St. Francisville and Mrs. Opal day Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hawkins, Priebe of Farmington, la. Mr. and Terry and Austin spent the day in East Mrs. Floyd Clark, daughter and Peoria visiting in the home of Mr. and grandson of Keokuk, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Albert Jaques. Forest Jaques of Cares Y00Yress Steve Withers, Andy and Amy of Peoria was also a guest, wfmmer of dosest esffm on co/n lar mnount r ) $02 $, 41rH CANTON, MO. PHONE 28t-$934 ) rims 5 0 TUESDAY -- FMDAY g:,q0 - $:04} " -t-sere SATURDAYS l:30 - NOON i  ['- ......