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CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page !i: I ,  I o, District officers installed Aug. 4 were: left to right, 1st John W. Nicol, Knox City Post 358; Department Trapp; Department Aux. President Mrs. Marie Boedeker; President Mrs. LaVeta Stith, Lewistown Unit 578. Legion & Auxiliary district meeting Post 17o and to the First meeting in attendance. were called to Department installed the John W. Nicol of as the The Auxiliary Marie Baedeker auxiliary Stith of installed as introductions and short speeches by the Dept. and District officers present. The next district meeting will be Nov. 10 at Hannibal Post No. 55, at 2 p.m. The next regular meeting of the Canton Legion and Auxiliary will be Aug. 13, preceded by a carry-in dinner. Ham and drink will be provided. All members are encouraged to bring a covered dish and attend. to help s Nursing Was among the received awards membership for carry-in dinner followed by.. of Durham 30th wedding were married Curtis, pastor Church, in his for the Klocke Cook, and Marvin Bringer. former Betty and Mrs. Ed is the son and the children: Mrs, Randy and Rodney at deceased. They / Flower Shov00 and Tea held July 31 at Lewis County Nursing Home; winners listed / Carol Heller.; honorable mention, Jan Salter and Aloma Shoop. Class II - any other annual, 1st, Betty Lesser; 2nd, Jan Salter; 3rd, Peggy Wiesemann; 4th, Carol Heller. Section B. perennials - Class 13, daisies - A. Shasta, 1st, Barbara Coates. C. Gerbera, 1st, Peggy Wiesemann. Class 14 - Fever Few, A., single, Is(, Peggy Wiesemann. Class 15, Yarrow - A. yarrow one bloom, Is( Aloma Sboop. Class 16 - any perennial not listed, 1st, Dorothy Feldkamp; 2nd, Sharon Feldkamp; 3rd, Elsie Brinkley; honorable mention, Alberta Hager- man. Section C - gladiolus - Class 18, gladiolus, A. red, 1st, Margie Webster. The LaGrange Garden Club and the Starlight Garden Club of LaGrange held a flower show and tea July 31 at the Lewis County Nursing Home in Canton. The theme of the show was "Celebrate with Flowers." The chair- men of the show were Mrs. Aloma Shoop and Mrs. Betty Lesser. The juclges of the artistic and horticulture" divisons were Mrs. Jaceil Pearson, Mrs. Erma Auxter and Mrs. Frank Ballwin, all of I-ville. In the arttic divion of the flower show the Award of Merit was won by Mrs. Betty Leeser for her arrange- ment in the "Sharing Love" class. The Award of Merit in the horticulture division was won by Dr. Michael Dykstra for his Pink Hybrid Tea. The artistic division winners in class t were: "Merry Christmas," Ist place, Sharon Feldkamp; 2rid place, Mildred Dickerson; 3rd, Phyllis Lantz; 4th Louise Wright. Class 2: "Wearing of the Green" Ist, Betty Leeser; 2nd, Nancy Ellison; 4th, Mildred Pierce and Margaret Parr. Class 3: "I Love You" Ist, Betty Leeser; 2rid, Judy Garkie; 3rd, Peggy Wiesemann; 4th Carol Heller. Class 4: "Chi-ist Is Risen", Ist, Jan Salter; 2nd, Betty Leeser; 3rd, Margaret Farr; 4th, Aloma Shoop. Class 5: "Let Freedom Ring", 1st, Aloma Shoop; 2rid, Barb Coates; d, Nancy Tiemann,; 4th, Mildred Dicker- son. Class 6: Junior Division- "Earth's Treasures", Ist place and blue ribbons were awarde to Rhonda Davis, Derrick Guilfoyle, Jim Ellison and Mary Ellison. Class 7: "Children's Day", 1st place and blue ribbons were awarded to Jim Ellison, Mary Ellison. Rhonda Davis and Rajah Maples. In the Horticulture Division: Section A Annuals Class 8: marigolds - A. tall type orange, Ist, Margaret Fax*r; 2d, Helena Seals. B. Tall type yellow - Ist, Helena Seals. C. - dwarf, any color, Ist, Carol Heller; 2rid, Ed Heller; 3rd, Peggy Wiesemann. Class 9 - Asters, B. double, any color, Ist, Peggy Wisemann. Class I0 - zinnias - A. cactus, any color, Ist Betty Leeser; 2nd, Jan Salter; 31"I, Peggy Wiesemann. B - dahlia type, any color, 2nd Helena Seals and Margaret Parr; 3rd, AREA REUNIONS Waif meyer Reunion To wed Sept. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Scifres of Letown announce the engagement of their daughter, Lavonne, to James Minear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce of LaBelle. Miss Scifres is a 1982 graduate of Khland High School and is employed at the Lewistown State Bank. Minear, a 1977 graduate of Highland School, is an agent for Globe Life Accident Insurance Company and ed i0 frming. e weclding will be Sept. 28 in taBelle. and Mrs. Adolph Tallent, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tallent, Bobble and Caroline, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tallent, Donna and Jeremy, and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Tallent, all of Forsyth, Mont. On the last day roses were given to Fred Cunningham, St., the oldest one greatest distance were the Tallent and Wilson families from LaGrange. The next Tallent reunion will be held in 1987 in Missouri. I II III News of Clubs & Organizations The annual Wolfmeyer reunion was held Sunday, August 4, in the shelter present and to Kristina Cunningham, the youngest present, she being the house at South Park in Quincy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred tomeu'-'e'r -''--J Those attending were Mrs. Emma Cunningham, Jr. They are all of Niehoff, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grunden, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Grunden, Mr. and Philadelphia. Those traveling the __ Ill Ill I lllll I Mrs. Larry Wolfmeyer and Mrs. PhiIlip Wolfmeyer and daughter, all of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wolfmeyer and family of Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Pearson, Hull; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Litteken, Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lahr and grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolfmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waif meyer, all of LaGrange. TaHent Reunion The Tallent reunion was held at the Wild Roee Ranch at West Yellowstone, Idaho July 24-28 with 42 attending. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Jr., Rhonda and Riley, and Mrs. David Wilson, all of LaGrange; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunningham, St., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ctmningham, Jr., Jennifer, Tracy, Nathan and Kristina, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tal]ent, all of Philadelphia, Mo.; Danny Cunningham of Hannibal; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Spade, Michelle, Kevin and Cristy, Sioux City, In.; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tallent and Mrs. IAnda Fox, Jo Joe and Jennifer, Aurbon, Wash.; Mrs. Mark Cole, Jason and Lora of Shelby, Mont.; Miss Liz Coon, C'hlllicothe; Mr. Kenneth E. St. Clair of Kahoka and the late Darlene (Allen) St. Clair announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Beth Ann, to PFC John Heath McFadden, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Michael McFadden of rural Canton. Miss St. Clair is a 1984 graduate of Clark County R-I High School and is currently employed at ltardees in Keokuk. McFadden, a 1984 graduate of Canton High School, is now serving in the United States Army and stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. The couple is planning a December wedding. CLUB NEWS Ewing Tops 84# Ewing Tops held its regular meeting on July 25 at the senior housing at 7 p.m. The group welcomed four new members, Margaret Bringer, Carol and Mike Mohr and Jerry Powers. Loser of the week was Margaret Bringer. Winner of watermelon eon was June Brmmer. There will be a n contest for August. The meeting, wit  closed with the To Pledge .... " August 1 meeting was held at the Senior Housing at 7 p.m. Loser of the Tiger Cub Pack 182 Ewtng The second meeting of Tiger Cub Pack 102, Ewing was held Tuesday, July 23. The pack went to the Quincy Police Station and Lt. Maxwell showed, the boys and parents through the police station. Parents had the Tiger Cubs fingerprinted by Officer Muller. Those in attendance were Jimmy Brown, Nelson Carter, Ronald Diet- rich, Jason Shoop, Donnie Stewart, and Andy Wiewel. Parents were their partners. They went to South Park to finish their meeting. The agenda was "Prepare for Emergencies." vvv vv v v ,et,** vvvv Sweet of week was Carol Mohr. Lower of, 661 engagement Missouri was Linda Cramer. Total ft ng of their pounds lost last week was 31 pounds. Vahle, son of Winners of take it off contest was ' W" Vahle of Jerry Pwers' Carl Mhr' "d Darlone 0TU i a  Von Thun. The meeting was closed oeen ,st for with the Tope Pledge. New members are ..me. T00LUE00 lOB 00ItBAM 8UPPBlt -" SHRINE OF ST. PATRICK 15 Aug. 1-4; 7-11; 14-18 u.. oft., s p.m. Goldel7 00agl Rlvcrboat Theatre " QujJt evnu PHONE 34 o,.s7s _2: com v su wn ut for Reservations B. white, tst, Margie Webster; 2nd, Elsie Brinkey. C. pink, 1st. Margie Webster. D. yellow, Ist, Margie Webster; 2rid, Georgia Richter. E. any color not listed, Ist, Margie Webster; 2nd, Rod Webster; 3rd, Carol Heller. Section D - Dahlias - Class 19, A. decorative any color, 1st, Peggy Wiesemann; 2nd, Elsie Brinkley. C. -Pompon, any color, 1st, Mildred Dickerson; 2d, Aloma Shoop. Section E - Chrysanthemums - Class 20, Mums, D, cushion, any color, Ist, Mildred Dickerson; 2rid, Carol Heller. Section F - Roses - Class 21, roses, A. hybrid tea - red, 1st, Dr. Michael Dykstra; 2nd, Donna Pierce; 3rd, Barbara Coates. C. hybrid tea, pink, 1st, Dr. Dykstra; 2d, Alberta Hagerman. Hybrid tea yellow, Is(, Dr. Dykstra; 2rid, Carol Wieseman. E. Hybrid tea, bi-color, 1st, Barbara Coates; 2nd, Dr. Dykstra; 3rd, Kay Webster; honorable mention, Alberta Hagerman. Class 22 - Floribunda - any color, Ist, Malissa Pierce. Class 23 - any other not listed, Ist, Donna Pierce; 2vd, Michelle Pierce. Class 23A - Collection of I, 1st, Dr. Dykstra. Section G - Potted Plant, 1st, Pare Gullfoyle; 2nd, Mildred Pierce; 3rd, Louise Wright; honorable mention, Louella Smith. Junior Division: Section H - Zinnias - Class 25, B. - Dahlia type, any color, Is(, Derrick Guilfoyle; 2nd, Jason Shoop. Class 26 - any other flower, 1st, Jason Shoop. A. mini garden, 1st and blue ribbon, Derrick Guilfoyle and Mary Ellison; 2nd and red ribbon, Rhonda Davis, Mary Jo Cramsey, and Jim Ellison. The president of the LaGrange Garden Club is Mildred Pierce and the president of the Starlight Garden Club is Mrs. Aloma Shoop. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. J. H. He, Jr., of rural Canton and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Carter of Quincy announce the engagement of their children, Marilyn Louise and John William. Miss Hetzler is a 1985 graduate of Canton R-V High School and is currently employed at Niemann Foods in Canton. Carter is a 1981 graduate of Quincy Senior High School and is the assistant manager of Niemann Foods in Canton. The wedding will take place Oct. 1 at the Immanuel United Methodist Church in Canton. I II HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG 1811 CHECK OUR To "The Boys" I II s5& 10.c00 III II I off tess ,00hop [__ =,, I L II I II IIII 7-  S rawb Rip:le Butter Peca s ICE CREAM imU]lllUl  A "-v I $79 % CAt ]F Effective AUGUST 7.1:1 "AO wrm  wxmqNo aBAM" ,tit I - III nil I T 1 . " ..... I I I IIII _ _ II DRUMSTICKS G "" 99' I I II _ I IIII Bacon, Lettuce  Tomato Sandwich, Potato Chips s = '1.49 I II SMALL HOT FUDGE ;i /: SUNDAk: i , DANNON YOGURT ,oz 53 BREAKFAST EGG ON, MUFFIN , .ACO, '1.39 I FROZEN FRUIT PUNCH ...o, '359 CHERRY * II I II III II I t roll NABISCO [ CHIPS 'N MORE [ DUTCH PUDDING I P am tt I an e e qt en an an am an 6 em em an qp 9 q J an e W O g  ei I , I I o SAVE 15 SAVE 25 on the purchase of : on the purchase of one I ; one gallon orange or i " lb. butter auarten o o lemon drink l ' u I . t VALID AUG 7.1 l . VALID AUG, 7 15 -- .-......,.......,..........,,.,,, DETER'S DAIRY soum aX STni. CANTON ALSO ON PALMYRA It HANNIAL i!i! CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page !i: I ,  I o, District officers installed Aug. 4 were: left to right, 1st John W. Nicol, Knox City Post 358; Department Trapp; Department Aux. President Mrs. Marie Boedeker; President Mrs. LaVeta Stith, Lewistown Unit 578. Legion & Auxiliary district meeting Post 17o and to the First meeting in attendance. were called to Department installed the John W. Nicol of as the The Auxiliary Marie Baedeker auxiliary Stith of installed as introductions and short speeches by the Dept. and District officers present. The next district meeting will be Nov. 10 at Hannibal Post No. 55, at 2 p.m. The next regular meeting of the Canton Legion and Auxiliary will be Aug. 13, preceded by a carry-in dinner. Ham and drink will be provided. All members are encouraged to bring a covered dish and attend. to help s Nursing Was among the received awards membership for carry-in dinner followed by.. of Durham 30th wedding were married Curtis, pastor Church, in his for the Klocke Cook, and Marvin Bringer. former Betty and Mrs. Ed is the son and the children: Mrs, Randy and Rodney at deceased. They / Flower Shov00 and Tea held July 31 at Lewis County Nursing Home; winners listed / Carol Heller.; honorable mention, Jan Salter and Aloma Shoop. Class II - any other annual, 1st, Betty Lesser; 2nd, Jan Salter; 3rd, Peggy Wiesemann; 4th, Carol Heller. Section B. perennials - Class 13, daisies - A. Shasta, 1st, Barbara Coates. C. Gerbera, 1st, Peggy Wiesemann. Class 14 - Fever Few, A., single, Is(, Peggy Wiesemann. Class 15, Yarrow - A. yarrow one bloom, Is( Aloma Sboop. Class 16 - any perennial not listed, 1st, Dorothy Feldkamp; 2nd, Sharon Feldkamp; 3rd, Elsie Brinkley; honorable mention, Alberta Hager- man. Section C - gladiolus - Class 18, gladiolus, A. red, 1st, Margie Webster. The LaGrange Garden Club and the Starlight Garden Club of LaGrange held a flower show and tea July 31 at the Lewis County Nursing Home in Canton. The theme of the show was "Celebrate with Flowers." The chair- men of the show were Mrs. Aloma Shoop and Mrs. Betty Lesser. The juclges of the artistic and horticulture" divisons were Mrs. Jaceil Pearson, Mrs. Erma Auxter and Mrs. Frank Ballwin, all of I-ville. In the arttic divion of the flower show the Award of Merit was won by Mrs. Betty Leeser for her arrange- ment in the "Sharing Love" class. The Award of Merit in the horticulture division was won by Dr. Michael Dykstra for his Pink Hybrid Tea. The artistic division winners in class t were: "Merry Christmas," Ist place, Sharon Feldkamp; 2rid place, Mildred Dickerson; 3rd, Phyllis Lantz; 4th Louise Wright. Class 2: "Wearing of the Green" Ist, Betty Leeser; 2nd, Nancy Ellison; 4th, Mildred Pierce and Margaret Parr. Class 3: "I Love You" Ist, Betty Leeser; 2rid, Judy Garkie; 3rd, Peggy Wiesemann; 4th Carol Heller. Class 4: "Chi-ist Is Risen", Ist, Jan Salter; 2nd, Betty Leeser; 3rd, Margaret Farr; 4th, Aloma Shoop. Class 5: "Let Freedom Ring", 1st, Aloma Shoop; 2rid, Barb Coates; d, Nancy Tiemann,; 4th, Mildred Dicker- son. Class 6: Junior Division- "Earth's Treasures", Ist place and blue ribbons were awarde to Rhonda Davis, Derrick Guilfoyle, Jim Ellison and Mary Ellison. Class 7: "Children's Day", 1st place and blue ribbons were awarded to Jim Ellison, Mary Ellison. Rhonda Davis and Rajah Maples. In the Horticulture Division: Section A Annuals Class 8: marigolds - A. tall type orange, Ist, Margaret Fax*r; 2d, Helena Seals. B. Tall type yellow - Ist, Helena Seals. C. - dwarf, any color, Ist, Carol Heller; 2rid, Ed Heller; 3rd, Peggy Wiesemann. Class 9 - Asters, B. double, any color, Ist, Peggy Wisemann. Class I0 - zinnias - A. cactus, any color, Ist Betty Leeser; 2nd, Jan Salter; 31"I, Peggy Wiesemann. B - dahlia type, any color, 2nd Helena Seals and Margaret Parr; 3rd, AREA REUNIONS Waif meyer Reunion To wed Sept. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Scifres of Letown announce the engagement of their daughter, Lavonne, to James Minear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce of LaBelle. Miss Scifres is a 1982 graduate of Khland High School and is employed at the Lewistown State Bank. Minear, a 1977 graduate of Highland School, is an agent for Globe Life Accident Insurance Company and ed i0 frming. e weclding will be Sept. 28 in taBelle. and Mrs. Adolph Tallent, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tallent, Bobble and Caroline, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tallent, Donna and Jeremy, and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Tallent, all of Forsyth, Mont. On the last day roses were given to Fred Cunningham, St., the oldest one greatest distance were the Tallent and Wilson families from LaGrange. The next Tallent reunion will be held in 1987 in Missouri. I II III News of Clubs & Organizations The annual Wolfmeyer reunion was held Sunday, August 4, in the shelter present and to Kristina Cunningham, the youngest present, she being the house at South Park in Quincy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred tomeu'-'e'r -''--J Those attending were Mrs. Emma Cunningham, Jr. They are all of Niehoff, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grunden, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Grunden, Mr. and Philadelphia. Those traveling the __ Ill Ill I lllll I Mrs. Larry Wolfmeyer and Mrs. PhiIlip Wolfmeyer and daughter, all of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wolfmeyer and family of Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Pearson, Hull; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Litteken, Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lahr and grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolfmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waif meyer, all of LaGrange. TaHent Reunion The Tallent reunion was held at the Wild Roee Ranch at West Yellowstone, Idaho July 24-28 with 42 attending. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Jr., Rhonda and Riley, and Mrs. David Wilson, all of LaGrange; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunningham, St., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ctmningham, Jr., Jennifer, Tracy, Nathan and Kristina, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tal]ent, all of Philadelphia, Mo.; Danny Cunningham of Hannibal; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Spade, Michelle, Kevin and Cristy, Sioux City, In.; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tallent and Mrs. IAnda Fox, Jo Joe and Jennifer, Aurbon, Wash.; Mrs. Mark Cole, Jason and Lora of Shelby, Mont.; Miss Liz Coon, C'hlllicothe; Mr. Kenneth E. St. Clair of Kahoka and the late Darlene (Allen) St. Clair announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Beth Ann, to PFC John Heath McFadden, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Michael McFadden of rural Canton. Miss St. Clair is a 1984 graduate of Clark County R-I High School and is currently employed at ltardees in Keokuk. McFadden, a 1984 graduate of Canton High School, is now serving in the United States Army and stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. The couple is planning a December wedding. CLUB NEWS Ewing Tops 84# Ewing Tops held its regular meeting on July 25 at the senior housing at 7 p.m. The group welcomed four new members, Margaret Bringer, Carol and Mike Mohr and Jerry Powers. Loser of the week was Margaret Bringer. Winner of watermelon eon was June Brmmer. There will be a n contest for August. The meeting, wit  closed with the To Pledge .... " August 1 meeting was held at the Senior Housing at 7 p.m. Loser of the Tiger Cub Pack 182 Ewtng The second meeting of Tiger Cub Pack 102, Ewing was held Tuesday, July 23. The pack went to the Quincy Police Station and Lt. Maxwell showed, the boys and parents through the police station. Parents had the Tiger Cubs fingerprinted by Officer Muller. Those in attendance were Jimmy Brown, Nelson Carter, Ronald Diet- rich, Jason Shoop, Donnie Stewart, and Andy Wiewel. Parents were their partners. They went to South Park to finish their meeting. The agenda was "Prepare for Emergencies." vvv vv v v ,et,** vvvv Sweet of week was Carol Mohr. Lower of, 661 engagement Missouri was Linda Cramer. Total ft ng of their pounds lost last week was 31 pounds. Vahle, son of Winners of take it off contest was ' W" Vahle of Jerry Pwers' Carl Mhr' "d Darlone 0TU i a  Von Thun. The meeting was closed oeen ,st for with the Tope Pledge. New members are ..me. T00LUE00 lOB 00ItBAM 8UPPBlt -" SHRINE OF ST. PATRICK 15 Aug. 1-4; 7-11; 14-18 u.. oft., s p.m. Goldel7 00agl Rlvcrboat Theatre " QujJt evnu PHONE 34 o,.s7s _2: com v su wn ut for Reservations B. white, tst, Margie Webster; 2nd, Elsie Brinkey. C. pink, 1st. Margie Webster. D. yellow, Ist, Margie Webster; 2rid, Georgia Richter. E. any color not listed, Ist, Margie Webster; 2nd, Rod Webster; 3rd, Carol Heller. Section D - Dahlias - Class 19, A. decorative any color, 1st, Peggy Wiesemann; 2nd, Elsie Brinkley. C. -Pompon, any color, 1st, Mildred Dickerson; 2d, Aloma Shoop. Section E - Chrysanthemums - Class 20, Mums, D, cushion, any color, Ist, Mildred Dickerson; 2rid, Carol Heller. Section F - Roses - Class 21, roses, A. hybrid tea - red, 1st, Dr. Michael Dykstra; 2nd, Donna Pierce; 3rd, Barbara Coates. C. hybrid tea, pink, 1st, Dr. Dykstra; 2d, Alberta Hagerman. Hybrid tea yellow, Is(, Dr. Dykstra; 2rid, Carol Wieseman. E. Hybrid tea, bi-color, 1st, Barbara Coates; 2nd, Dr. Dykstra; 3rd, Kay Webster; honorable mention, Alberta Hagerman. Class 22 - Floribunda - any color, Ist, Malissa Pierce. Class 23 - any other not listed, Ist, Donna Pierce; 2vd, Michelle Pierce. Class 23A - Collection of I, 1st, Dr. Dykstra. Section G - Potted Plant, 1st, Pare Gullfoyle; 2nd, Mildred Pierce; 3rd, Louise Wright; honorable mention, Louella Smith. Junior Division: Section H - Zinnias - Class 25, B. - Dahlia type, any color, Is(, Derrick Guilfoyle; 2nd, Jason Shoop. Class 26 - any other flower, 1st, Jason Shoop. A. mini garden, 1st and blue ribbon, Derrick Guilfoyle and Mary Ellison; 2nd and red ribbon, Rhonda Davis, Mary Jo Cramsey, and Jim Ellison. The president of the LaGrange Garden Club is Mildred Pierce and the president of the Starlight Garden Club is Mrs. Aloma Shoop. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. J. H. He, Jr., of rural Canton and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Carter of Quincy announce the engagement of their children, Marilyn Louise and John William. Miss Hetzler is a 1985 graduate of Canton R-V High School and is currently employed at Niemann Foods in Canton. Carter is a 1981 graduate of Quincy Senior High School and is the assistant manager of Niemann Foods in Canton. The wedding will take place Oct. 1 at the Immanuel United Methodist Church in Canton. I II HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG 1811 CHECK OUR To "The Boys" I II s5& 10.c00 III II I off tess ,00hop [__ =,, I L II I II IIII 7-  S rawb Rip:le Butter Peca s ICE CREAM imU]lllUl  A "-v I $79 % CAt ]F Effective AUGUST 7.1:1 "AO wrm  wxmqNo aBAM" ,tit I - III nil I T 1 . " ..... I I I IIII _ _ II DRUMSTICKS G "" 99' I I II _ I IIII Bacon, Lettuce  Tomato Sandwich, Potato Chips s = '1.49 I II SMALL HOT FUDGE ;i /: SUNDAk: i , DANNON YOGURT ,oz 53 BREAKFAST EGG ON, MUFFIN , .ACO, '1.39 I FROZEN FRUIT PUNCH ...o, '359 CHERRY * II I II III II I t roll NABISCO [ CHIPS 'N MORE [ DUTCH PUDDING I P am tt I an e e qt en an an am an 6 em em an qp 9 q J an e W O g  ei I , I I o SAVE 15 SAVE 25 on the purchase of : on the purchase of one I ; one gallon orange or i " lb. butter auarten o o lemon drink l ' u I . t VALID AUG 7.1 l . VALID AUG, 7 15 -- .-......,.......,..........,,.,,, DETER'S DAIRY soum aX STni. CANTON ALSO ON PALMYRA It HANNIAL i!i!