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SE'N IOR SCEN E CHS classes '40-'42 reunion ,i,/i  !i Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Class of 1940 Class of 1941 LA BELLE MANOR HAPPENINGS Friday the following residents went to Keokuk for a barbecue at Wilton Day's home: Myrl Moore, Channell Townsley, Laveta Queen, Martha White, Virginia McBride, Leo Borden, Brian Willis, Vicky Hollandsworth, Judy East, Doe Holliday, Louise Shalum, Albert Wyatt, Warren French, Ellen Montague and Chris Schlenz. Lyla Morrsll and Idnda House assisted on the trip. Everyone enjoyed the dinner and visit and the beautiful view d the river. The Knox City Assembly of God Church held services at the home hnday. On Monday the residents attended their ceramic class at the * Palace in Ewiug. They are reany d their display in the show ease. Tuesday the residents had a movie with refreshments of soda and pepcora. Wednesday we held residents council and made up the calendar of activities for Aurast. Same of the events planned are: continuing with the ceramic class, movies, ico ezun, mwdc bingo, Bible study and barbecues at Wihna Day's home in Edina. We plan to have a llawalian Day with everyone dre for the occasion and having a Hawaiian menu. We hope the Aloha Luau dancers can entertain us. We would like to be in the parade at the Gun and Dog Auettm at Colony this next week. Thursday, afternoon was spent with Rev. WHbm" Sharpe in Bible muty cram. New residents admitted this week were Gladys Thetman and Charles leasing. Berate Frame entered ileap/tal tids week and Luetile M/near and Francis Sharpe have returMd to the }mer. Class members of 1940 include: row 1 (left to right) Marguerite Geetz Metcalf, Dorels Mitts Cnthburt and Donna Moore Arndt; row two, Gene Branson, Wayne Owsley, Barker Hagond Davis, Robert Stow, Maurine Boniware Greathonse, Harry Hinsiey, Rosemary Johnson Clack, Harry Clack. Class of 1941 members include: first row (left to right), Williams(Bill) Baxter, Juanita Hogge Primm, James Ayers, Wayne Bixler, Marshall Feast; second row, Velma Taylor Start', Maorte Wood Brewer, Anna Mae Durkee Barkiey, Edna Mac Stone Baxter, Jack Stork, Elizabeth Wellman Johnson and Eaton Moon; third row, Mary Anna Graham Owsley, Betty Banks Stow, Turner Rogers, Kathryn Haydon Parks, Genevieve Hamilton Tucker, Helen Heckredt Owens and Jesse Freaks. About 100 gather for CHS classes reunion Canton High School classes of 194o, 1941, and 1942 held their 45th, 44th, and 43rd class reunions the week of July 18-20 with approximately 100 class members and guests in attendance. Highlights of the activities began Friday evening with a number of the classmates having dinner and enjoying "The Song and Dance Man" aboard the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre. Saturday morning a continental breakfast was served at the Masonic Ledge by the Gollen Rule Shrine No. 32. Unique aamet containing name and picture from the high school annual amm/ed much quicker recogni- tim. A Peaterboard and table with CHS mementoes was enjoyed as well as a booklet eeattlning updated addresses, career resumes, and family informa- tien. Following the singing of the high school song, special guests were introduced. They included the English teacher, Mrs. Imcraine Bransan and Mrs. Roy Blalock, widow of the former minister of the Canton Christian Church during those years. A tour of Canton High School was enjoyed. Official festivities concluded Satur- day evening with a reunion dinner at the Eagles Lodge. Table decorations were furnished by Tom and Katherine Wagner Srednick of Santa Cruz, Calif., who were unable to attend, Dale and Lil/ie Mae Gamet, Wayne and Mary Anna Owsley and Betty and Bob Stow. Turner Rogers introduced W. A. Baxter who updated events for the class of 1941. Ed Frye brought a report of the 1942 class and Bob Stow reviewed school years for the I940 class. The reunion committee was chaired by Turner Rogers. Others serving were Anna Mac Durkee Barkley, Flossie Brumbangh Kennedy, Wayne Bixler, Eddie Frye, Eaton Moon, Mary Arms'Graham Owsley, Betty Banks Stow, W. A. Baxter, Edna Mac Stone Baxter, and Nedra Willis. All classes plan to have another reunion in 1990. ..... [ ........ Coson, Huff & Schlueter Barbara Wo/fmeyer, Agent 113 N.  1". CANTON, MO. 6i3S Phone: 2884971 / Class of 1942 Members of tke 11)42 class attending a reunion were: 1st Dottle Farmer Braason, Shirley Schlager Wagner, Cnlleea l Finney, Flossie Brumlmugh Kennedy, Lillie Juanlta Brlscoe Stephenson, Madeline Snodgrass Barnett; E&ie Frye, George Adams, Dale Garnet. STONE HAVEN NEWS Leonard  enjoyed an evening out with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roberts and Mr. apd Mrs. Jessie Stone. They had supper in honor of his brother's birthday. Charles Uugeoallm" had a n/co visit with some friends of his from Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis. Donnie Goings had his mother, W'umie to spend the evening in Ida home Friday. Elsie Thomas received a phone call from her daughter in C:m and Imwy Stmmem one from her daugider in Michigan. OATS BUS SCHEDULE Aug. 8, Knox Co. to Kirksvlne Aug. 9, Lewis Co. to Quincy Aug. 12, Lewis Co. to Ewing Aug. 13, Canton to Hannibal Aug. 14, Lewis Co. contact meeting, 1:30 Aug. 15, Knox Co. to Kirksville Aug. 16, Lewis Co. to Quincy Aug. 20, Canton to Quincy Aug. 21, Knox Co. contact meeting, 10 a.m. Aug. 22, Knox Co. to Kirksville Aug. 23, Lewis Co. to Quincy Aug. 26, Lewis Co. to Ewing Aug. 27, Canton to Keokuk Aug. 29, Knox Co. to Hannibal Aug. 30, Lewis Co. to Hanr, bal. Total 8n (41]') Located on corner Seventh & Grant Street, Canton, Mo., we will sell to the the following described personal property on Saturday, August HOUSEHOLD Tell City Hard Rock maple harvest table (seats 10); single bed; knee hole rocker; lamp table; 2 desk lamps; table lamp; floor lamp; 2 student desks; wood table; 2 cabinet Magnavox stereo set; stereo records; quantity of old 40's and 50"s; extension ladder; step ladder; bunk bed ladder; 2 typewriterS; table; 20" exhaust fan; metal kitchen table; wood kitchen table; 2 kitchen backs and seats); 2 kitchen stools; material and quilt pieces; paperback utility cart; round wool blend rug; fluorescent shop lights; fishing rods jackets; 2 shop floor fans; men's bicycle; Craftsman 20" lawn mower; push plow and attachments; wheel barrow; 2 telephones; pipe vise; theatre seats; glass serving trays w-cUps; games; 2 director's chairs; student 4ecture chair bedding and pillows; TV trays; shadow box; Mr. Coffee (;offeemaker; Christmas! and miscellaneous. ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES Wicker rocker; wood dental cabinet; old oak pie safe (glass doors); ticket C.B. & Q. depot in Canton; plaffo'm rocker (very, very old and sound); electric stove on legs (works); square tub Maytag wringer washer; horse collar swivel desk chair, cane Ilck and seat; 3 hickory bottom chairs; 11 pairs shutters; grain cradle; milk can; buck saw; picture frames; framed mirror; chairs; wood church pew from Second Baptist Church in Canton; piano stool; trunk in perfect condition; large walnut framed mirro,; bevel mirror; 7 pair crown ornaments; Mountain Dew thermometer; 2 violins; mandolin; au lamps; mantel clock; a quantity of stone jars and crocks. ADDITIONAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 2 cane bottom chairs; lounge chair; table; 2 table lamps; child's wicker chair; book racks; drop leaf table; 4 antique needle point chairs; metal drop leaf cloths; tier table; set of II hi-ball glasses; 4 wine glasses; 7 cocktail dinnerware, Crown Ducal Florentine, made in England; cedar chest; rugs; size bedspreads; ladles bicycle; luggage; assortment of kitchen ware; cat chairs; ironing board; commode; small washing machine; Kodak w-attach 5000 BTU window air conditioner; plus many items too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Mr. & Mrs. Edwin E. Frye, Sr., Canton, Mo. Auctioneers: Lee Nelson Sam Plant Neither the owners or selling agents will be responsible for acciden:ts or Items. SE'N IOR SCEN E CHS classes '40-'42 reunion ,i,/i  !i Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Class of 1940 Class of 1941 LA BELLE MANOR HAPPENINGS Friday the following residents went to Keokuk for a barbecue at Wilton Day's home: Myrl Moore, Channell Townsley, Laveta Queen, Martha White, Virginia McBride, Leo Borden, Brian Willis, Vicky Hollandsworth, Judy East, Doe Holliday, Louise Shalum, Albert Wyatt, Warren French, Ellen Montague and Chris Schlenz. Lyla Morrsll and Idnda House assisted on the trip. Everyone enjoyed the dinner and visit and the beautiful view d the river. The Knox City Assembly of God Church held services at the home hnday. On Monday the residents attended their ceramic class at the * Palace in Ewiug. They are reany d their display in the show ease. Tuesday the residents had a movie with refreshments of soda and pepcora. Wednesday we held residents council and made up the calendar of activities for Aurast. Same of the events planned are: continuing with the ceramic class, movies, ico ezun, mwdc bingo, Bible study and barbecues at Wihna Day's home in Edina. We plan to have a llawalian Day with everyone dre for the occasion and having a Hawaiian menu. We hope the Aloha Luau dancers can entertain us. We would like to be in the parade at the Gun and Dog Auettm at Colony this next week. Thursday, afternoon was spent with Rev. WHbm" Sharpe in Bible muty cram. New residents admitted this week were Gladys Thetman and Charles leasing. Berate Frame entered ileap/tal tids week and Luetile M/near and Francis Sharpe have returMd to the }mer. Class members of 1940 include: row 1 (left to right) Marguerite Geetz Metcalf, Dorels Mitts Cnthburt and Donna Moore Arndt; row two, Gene Branson, Wayne Owsley, Barker Hagond Davis, Robert Stow, Maurine Boniware Greathonse, Harry Hinsiey, Rosemary Johnson Clack, Harry Clack. Class of 1941 members include: first row (left to right), Williams(Bill) Baxter, Juanita Hogge Primm, James Ayers, Wayne Bixler, Marshall Feast; second row, Velma Taylor Start', Maorte Wood Brewer, Anna Mae Durkee Barkiey, Edna Mac Stone Baxter, Jack Stork, Elizabeth Wellman Johnson and Eaton Moon; third row, Mary Anna Graham Owsley, Betty Banks Stow, Turner Rogers, Kathryn Haydon Parks, Genevieve Hamilton Tucker, Helen Heckredt Owens and Jesse Freaks. About 100 gather for CHS classes reunion Canton High School classes of 194o, 1941, and 1942 held their 45th, 44th, and 43rd class reunions the week of July 18-20 with approximately 100 class members and guests in attendance. Highlights of the activities began Friday evening with a number of the classmates having dinner and enjoying "The Song and Dance Man" aboard the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre. Saturday morning a continental breakfast was served at the Masonic Ledge by the Gollen Rule Shrine No. 32. Unique aamet containing name and picture from the high school annual amm/ed much quicker recogni- tim. A Peaterboard and table with CHS mementoes was enjoyed as well as a booklet eeattlning updated addresses, career resumes, and family informa- tien. Following the singing of the high school song, special guests were introduced. They included the English teacher, Mrs. Imcraine Bransan and Mrs. Roy Blalock, widow of the former minister of the Canton Christian Church during those years. A tour of Canton High School was enjoyed. Official festivities concluded Satur- day evening with a reunion dinner at the Eagles Lodge. Table decorations were furnished by Tom and Katherine Wagner Srednick of Santa Cruz, Calif., who were unable to attend, Dale and Lil/ie Mae Gamet, Wayne and Mary Anna Owsley and Betty and Bob Stow. Turner Rogers introduced W. A. Baxter who updated events for the class of 1941. Ed Frye brought a report of the 1942 class and Bob Stow reviewed school years for the I940 class. The reunion committee was chaired by Turner Rogers. Others serving were Anna Mac Durkee Barkley, Flossie Brumbangh Kennedy, Wayne Bixler, Eddie Frye, Eaton Moon, Mary Arms'Graham Owsley, Betty Banks Stow, W. A. Baxter, Edna Mac Stone Baxter, and Nedra Willis. All classes plan to have another reunion in 1990. ..... [ ........ Coson, Huff & Schlueter Barbara Wo/fmeyer, Agent 113 N.  1". CANTON, MO. 6i3S Phone: 2884971 / Class of 1942 Members of tke 11)42 class attending a reunion were: 1st Dottle Farmer Braason, Shirley Schlager Wagner, Cnlleea l Finney, Flossie Brumlmugh Kennedy, Lillie Juanlta Brlscoe Stephenson, Madeline Snodgrass Barnett; E&ie Frye, George Adams, Dale Garnet. STONE HAVEN NEWS Leonard  enjoyed an evening out with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roberts and Mr. apd Mrs. Jessie Stone. They had supper in honor of his brother's birthday. Charles Uugeoallm" had a n/co visit with some friends of his from Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis. Donnie Goings had his mother, W'umie to spend the evening in Ida home Friday. Elsie Thomas received a phone call from her daughter in C:m and Imwy Stmmem one from her daugider in Michigan. OATS BUS SCHEDULE Aug. 8, Knox Co. to Kirksvlne Aug. 9, Lewis Co. to Quincy Aug. 12, Lewis Co. to Ewing Aug. 13, Canton to Hannibal Aug. 14, Lewis Co. contact meeting, 1:30 Aug. 15, Knox Co. to Kirksville Aug. 16, Lewis Co. to Quincy Aug. 20, Canton to Quincy Aug. 21, Knox Co. contact meeting, 10 a.m. Aug. 22, Knox Co. to Kirksville Aug. 23, Lewis Co. to Quincy Aug. 26, Lewis Co. to Ewing Aug. 27, Canton to Keokuk Aug. 29, Knox Co. to Hannibal Aug. 30, Lewis Co. to Hanr, bal. Total 8n (41]') Located on corner Seventh & Grant Street, Canton, Mo., we will sell to the the following described personal property on Saturday, August HOUSEHOLD Tell City Hard Rock maple harvest table (seats 10); single bed; knee hole rocker; lamp table; 2 desk lamps; table lamp; floor lamp; 2 student desks; wood table; 2 cabinet Magnavox stereo set; stereo records; quantity of old 40's and 50"s; extension ladder; step ladder; bunk bed ladder; 2 typewriterS; table; 20" exhaust fan; metal kitchen table; wood kitchen table; 2 kitchen backs and seats); 2 kitchen stools; material and quilt pieces; paperback utility cart; round wool blend rug; fluorescent shop lights; fishing rods jackets; 2 shop floor fans; men's bicycle; Craftsman 20" lawn mower; push plow and attachments; wheel barrow; 2 telephones; pipe vise; theatre seats; glass serving trays w-cUps; games; 2 director's chairs; student 4ecture chair bedding and pillows; TV trays; shadow box; Mr. Coffee (;offeemaker; Christmas! and miscellaneous. ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES Wicker rocker; wood dental cabinet; old oak pie safe (glass doors); ticket C.B. & Q. depot in Canton; plaffo'm rocker (very, very old and sound); electric stove on legs (works); square tub Maytag wringer washer; horse collar swivel desk chair, cane Ilck and seat; 3 hickory bottom chairs; 11 pairs shutters; grain cradle; milk can; buck saw; picture frames; framed mirror; chairs; wood church pew from Second Baptist Church in Canton; piano stool; trunk in perfect condition; large walnut framed mirro,; bevel mirror; 7 pair crown ornaments; Mountain Dew thermometer; 2 violins; mandolin; au lamps; mantel clock; a quantity of stone jars and crocks. ADDITIONAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 2 cane bottom chairs; lounge chair; table; 2 table lamps; child's wicker chair; book racks; drop leaf table; 4 antique needle point chairs; metal drop leaf cloths; tier table; set of II hi-ball glasses; 4 wine glasses; 7 cocktail dinnerware, Crown Ducal Florentine, made in England; cedar chest; rugs; size bedspreads; ladles bicycle; luggage; assortment of kitchen ware; cat chairs; ironing board; commode; small washing machine; Kodak w-attach 5000 BTU window air conditioner; plus many items too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Mr. & Mrs. Edwin E. Frye, Sr., Canton, Mo. Auctioneers: Lee Nelson Sam Plant Neither the owners or selling agents will be responsible for acciden:ts or Items.