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()RTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page 1C around corner Missouri high schools will open football practice Wednesday. Aug. 14. The Highland Cougars, coming off a 5-5 record in 1984, will run practice session 6-9 p.m. from Aug. 14 to the start of school. Any interested high school boy wanting more information should .call 288-3246 or 494-3215. In the above photo, David Hopson (44) makes a tackle while Greg Logsdon (83) and Richard Hinkle (14 move to assist Hopson. Sports screening clinics by KCOM in August KCOM rural clinics will be sponsoring a sports physical screening clinic August 12-17 and 19-24. The clinic will be offered at the seven rural clinics in Brashear, Browning, Bucklin, Downing, Glen- wood, Green Castle and Wyaconda. Persons planning to receive a physcial must be 19 years of age or younger and have a form from their school signed by their parents: The cost for the physical is $3. Interested persons are encouraged to contact the KCOM rural clinic nearest to them. Sheep Dog Classic at Bethel on Labor Day t Fall flight of ducks expected to be less; other waterfowl to be less too An estimated 62 million ducks, 22 increased significantly this spring, it principal breeding areas as well as for percent fewer than last year, will wing deteriorated in midsummer because of the continued loss and degradation of their way south this fall, according to dry conditions. Although nesting breeding habitat in the U.S. and the 1985 Status of Waterfowl and Fall success for ducks improved somewhat Canada." Flight Forecast released by the U.S. in southern Canada over last year, an Earlier this month, the agencies Fish and Wildlife Service and the increased fall flight from that area has reported that spring breeding papule- Canadian Wildlife Service. been offset by reduced production in tions of ducks this year were the The report projects a decrease in the the Dakotas, record low numbers of lowest ever documented by survey fall flight of ducks for all four ducks in Montana, and significant teams. waterfowl flyways. Overall, the total declines in duck populations in Alaska The outlood for geese, brant, and flight of ducks is the lowest ever and parts of northern Canada. In the swans this year is generally better projected since the two agencies began report, the two agencies express than for ducks, with fall fights of moat making such predictions 16 years a=o. "continued concern for the numbers of species expected to be similar to last While habitat for breeding ducks ducks returning each spring to year. LaGrange Big Girls softball team takes Mississippi Valley 1st place Gorin was host for this year's victorious over Kahoka, 11-0 in let Saturday night against a highly Mississippi Valley Big Girls Softball round play. Their quarter final game ' talented LaBelle team by a score of 9 Tournament. Thirteen teams repre- was possibly the best game of the to 5. senting the North and South Divisions tournament, as the LaGrange girls Team members are Debbie Brown, started single elimination play on handed second-seeded Memphis only Diane Brown, Lori Bean, Nancy Monday, July 26. Tournament play their 3rd loss of the entire season, 6-5, Deters, Kathy Deters, Tins Cranmcnj, continued through the week with finals In semi-final game on Friday night, Denise Feldkamp, Kim Schnitzer, on Saturday night, Aug. 3. LaGrange shut-out Wyaconda 12-0 and Robin Nichols, Lori Farr, Angels The LaGrange Big Girls were went on to capture let place on Shutwell, Carmen Stumb, Kerry Merrell and Melissa Lowe. New law closes Grants-Medicaid gap A measure that responds to an ents with some discretionary income. The new law also stipulates that inequity between Missouri's Cash The state-funded Cash Grants Pro- those who already receive a personal Grants Program and the Medicaid gram currently does not. expense allowance from other state or program was recently signed into law. "A lot of people worked very hard on federal programs are not eligible for House Bill 39 enables the appropriation this bill," she said at a bill signing this payment. Additionally, the per- of an additional monthly payment of ceremony in Jefferson City. "It brings sonal expense allowance is not to be up to $25 for the personal expenses of aid to cash grant recipients, yet does pay for supplies, services or any other persons receiving funds from the not allow abuse of the system." item that Medicaid provides for Division of Family Services for Many residential care facilities in recipients of medical assistance residential care. Missouri which are not on the benefits for nursing home services. Representative Gracia Backer (D- Medicaid program utilize the state .... New Bloomfield) sponsored the mess- Cash Grants Program. The facilities - ,,eL - _ , ure which she feels simply puts receive specified amounts of money OPEN recipients of state cash grants on a par for each resident, depending on the with Medicaid recipients. The Medic- level of care required. The additional aid program, which is primarily monthly payment would go directly to federally funded, provides its recipi- expenses.the recipient to use for personal 00OON Open dairy show champs Penco Oil The open dairy show was held Guernsey Division: junior heifer recently at the Lewis County Fair. Bob calf, champion, reserve champion and 11, II, l(Ikatk-- ry of Canton served as superinten- grand champion, Ju-Don Farms, Wil- .[1 " dent with Kevin Cary as assistant, liamstown. .,, Winners are as follows: Junior champion female: champion, (Od [mperio D - Holstein Division: junior heifer calf, Ju-Don Farms; reserve junior chain- " The sixth annual Midwest Sheep Dog sr. champion, and grand champion, plan, grankenbach Farms, Hannibal. i . .. .hi  !:. ,%,, Classic will be held at Bethel on Labor Denise Feldkamp, LaGrange; with Senior champion cow: champion and Hwy. B, LolI@ reserve champion going to Sunemea- grand champion, Ju-Don Farms. - .. Day Weekend. Sept. 1-2, in conjunction dow Farm, Canton. 2.. ':. '" t with There the willWrld be Sheep continuing Festival.sheep dog " '-' ..... JL ' "'2 demonstrations throughout both days, q r Z) g'*"  entertainUnder the'supervision of Delbert the public. They will show & IC AUC Hartsock of Novelty. These activities I se; son set will be designed to inform and Q!! wild turkey season for shotgun hunters will.be the working skills of border collies, ,.WLth one bird leaal in the some 86 counties that Australian shepherds, and Kelpies. t .! 1984. The arcTery turkey season will run con- There will be 42 other award winning " " " " t =,l;Lthearcherydeerseasn'Od']-Nv'lS'andy (Department ofConservation photo) events and contests at the World SheeP t bei!!o;iit;g de;:;iibn;ck to School Sales "'! =i , 3-31, with one bird legal for the entire season. Festival. Admission to all events is free. For information write: Sheep Festival, Bethel, Mo. 63434. i., " C " ! of Lewis o. Fmr . , , Sum,oF Vacotiofl , t lo ' cl mH;t: rho:.C DSe; r competltmn . .o, self defrosting refrigerat igerator; Tappan range w-2 ovens, P.lty Fair archer5, Durham. Men's bow hunter p.in sight: Sole Good Thru Aug. 12  LarD' Marries of let Billy Meyers, Ewing; 2rid, George d " ndent and David Campen Canton Women's open t natural gas; Speed Queen dryer on 220; Maytag wringer washer; square tub on castered --' let, Margaret Campen, LEE, I.EVl, HAGGAR frame; Mangal ironer; Mirro Matic pressure cooker; Roper range, no regulators; freestyle: Underwood typewriter, manual; electric heater, small; Sears electric sewing machine; cubCantn;class:2nd'seniorSheiladivisin-Funtain'lst.Tavlr'Billy JEANS, SLACKS, CORDS Philco TV, as is; 100 ft, extension cord; ack Fountain of I1' s assistants. Tro- le lst and 2nd place men's bicycle; three wheel bicycle; 2 metal div ;ion which were as Meyer; 2nd. Curtis Gaus, Ewing BUY 1 PR. AT REG. PRICE tricycles; 3 metal lawn chairs; child's swing set; 2 overstuffed chairs; handmade oak chair tStyle: 1st ,David Junior division: 1st, Sheila Fountain; GET 2NO I. FOR 2nd, Kent Sheridan, Ewing "" Lirlsey 'Griffin, 1/2 Price 't care if you paint your hair the sleeves off your shirt or ear. )ke lust to be ed Sorry that every brae yo{J light one up your rsk of from your heart dtsease goes up "tl ',Yth'-- t f you're already a sr,qok(r at all take some tn'e to .to; ,r( tt Ci-- erything we thnk t all the way thr(){(;f Y(3arettes today. Right now tts you (,( ,,=r 'l,rt ;rthing you'll In the long rLJn. Its ycLJr h.' %rr" ' king nov,,'. et up in the  :;2 ' 5,.- t (OuQhino ' u'iO r ry yo u'-" btjt gle flight of American Heart :':: Cdettinc Wind- Association ARROW CARTER CLUB. CAMPUS (DRESS, CASUAL g WESTERN) SHIRTS BUY 1 AT REG. PRICE, " = V2 Price ONE FOR MUNSlNGWEAR, HANES HANI, Lk'VI, WIGWAM UNDERWEAR SOCKS BUY 1 PR. OR PKG. AT REG PRICE, ,o. V2 Price SHOES, BOOTS (NIKE. CONVERSE. WOLVERINE. RED WING. TONY LAMA. JUSTIN. ACME, DINGO) Save 20 LY & HAGGAR F'/rlll SUMMER SUITS "//'" ' cooHs, STOi00J w-adj, back, by Oscar Hetzler; 2 metal twin beds; 3 full size metal beds; baby crib; 2 foot lockers; 2 wood utility cabinets; vanity seat; end table; dining table w-4 chairs. Collectables 2 Singer treadle sewing machines; 2 oak wash stands w-towel racks; 2 wash stands without towel racks; small oak chest of drawers; small oak framed wall mirror; small table w-brass drawer pulls; oak drop leaf table; oak dresser w-mirror; trunk, sound; 6 gal. stone jar, Blue Ribbon; wood high chair; enameled iron spit"ton; quantity of amber depression; quantity of Fire King gold trim oven ware; several pieces of glass; miscellaneous dishes and kitchen ware; kerosene lamp; Clementson Bros. stone pitcher; blue stone pitcher; tea set; butter mold; kerosene tantern; brass bell; 30 gal. wood barrel; plus other small items. Real Estate Two story frame home, could easily be remodeled into apartments located on one and one-half (1)/=) lots which are all of lot three (3) and the East one-half (V=) of lot 4, all in t Block Three (3) DeSoto's Addition, City of Canton, County of Lewis; street address, 506 ; White. Has access in rear from rock surfaced alley; alSo front entrance from White Street ( w-drive to alley. In addition to residence has a 9 ft. x 10 ft. metal utility shed on concrete $ floor. Property may be inspected by making appointment with either the owner or auctioneer. Terms: Cash on all personal items before removal sale day. Real Estate: $1,000.00 down sale $ day and the balance upon approval of abstract on or before Sept. 2, 1985. Seller guarantees abstract to date and merchantable title with all 1985 and previous taxes paid. Seller also reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bldd t Ralph E. Hurt, Owner e Apt. 503A Montgomery St., Canton Phone 314.288-5582 ) e # # Auctioneer ' Cashier & Clerk # e Lee Nelson, 314.288-3111 Nelson Auction Service t t 810 College St., Canton i . Neither the seller or the selling agent shall be responsible for lost or frispmlaced items, # accidents or injury to person or vehicle but will take precaution to p even sa e. t ()RTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page 1C around corner Missouri high schools will open football practice Wednesday. Aug. 14. The Highland Cougars, coming off a 5-5 record in 1984, will run practice session 6-9 p.m. from Aug. 14 to the start of school. Any interested high school boy wanting more information should .call 288-3246 or 494-3215. In the above photo, David Hopson (44) makes a tackle while Greg Logsdon (83) and Richard Hinkle (14 move to assist Hopson. Sports screening clinics by KCOM in August KCOM rural clinics will be sponsoring a sports physical screening clinic August 12-17 and 19-24. The clinic will be offered at the seven rural clinics in Brashear, Browning, Bucklin, Downing, Glen- wood, Green Castle and Wyaconda. Persons planning to receive a physcial must be 19 years of age or younger and have a form from their school signed by their parents: The cost for the physical is $3. Interested persons are encouraged to contact the KCOM rural clinic nearest to them. Sheep Dog Classic at Bethel on Labor Day t Fall flight of ducks expected to be less; other waterfowl to be less too An estimated 62 million ducks, 22 increased significantly this spring, it principal breeding areas as well as for percent fewer than last year, will wing deteriorated in midsummer because of the continued loss and degradation of their way south this fall, according to dry conditions. Although nesting breeding habitat in the U.S. and the 1985 Status of Waterfowl and Fall success for ducks improved somewhat Canada." Flight Forecast released by the U.S. in southern Canada over last year, an Earlier this month, the agencies Fish and Wildlife Service and the increased fall flight from that area has reported that spring breeding papule- Canadian Wildlife Service. been offset by reduced production in tions of ducks this year were the The report projects a decrease in the the Dakotas, record low numbers of lowest ever documented by survey fall flight of ducks for all four ducks in Montana, and significant teams. waterfowl flyways. Overall, the total declines in duck populations in Alaska The outlood for geese, brant, and flight of ducks is the lowest ever and parts of northern Canada. In the swans this year is generally better projected since the two agencies began report, the two agencies express than for ducks, with fall fights of moat making such predictions 16 years a=o. "continued concern for the numbers of species expected to be similar to last While habitat for breeding ducks ducks returning each spring to year. LaGrange Big Girls softball team takes Mississippi Valley 1st place Gorin was host for this year's victorious over Kahoka, 11-0 in let Saturday night against a highly Mississippi Valley Big Girls Softball round play. Their quarter final game ' talented LaBelle team by a score of 9 Tournament. Thirteen teams repre- was possibly the best game of the to 5. senting the North and South Divisions tournament, as the LaGrange girls Team members are Debbie Brown, started single elimination play on handed second-seeded Memphis only Diane Brown, Lori Bean, Nancy Monday, July 26. Tournament play their 3rd loss of the entire season, 6-5, Deters, Kathy Deters, Tins Cranmcnj, continued through the week with finals In semi-final game on Friday night, Denise Feldkamp, Kim Schnitzer, on Saturday night, Aug. 3. LaGrange shut-out Wyaconda 12-0 and Robin Nichols, Lori Farr, Angels The LaGrange Big Girls were went on to capture let place on Shutwell, Carmen Stumb, Kerry Merrell and Melissa Lowe. New law closes Grants-Medicaid gap A measure that responds to an ents with some discretionary income. The new law also stipulates that inequity between Missouri's Cash The state-funded Cash Grants Pro- those who already receive a personal Grants Program and the Medicaid gram currently does not. expense allowance from other state or program was recently signed into law. "A lot of people worked very hard on federal programs are not eligible for House Bill 39 enables the appropriation this bill," she said at a bill signing this payment. Additionally, the per- of an additional monthly payment of ceremony in Jefferson City. "It brings sonal expense allowance is not to be up to $25 for the personal expenses of aid to cash grant recipients, yet does pay for supplies, services or any other persons receiving funds from the not allow abuse of the system." item that Medicaid provides for Division of Family Services for Many residential care facilities in recipients of medical assistance residential care. Missouri which are not on the benefits for nursing home services. Representative Gracia Backer (D- Medicaid program utilize the state .... New Bloomfield) sponsored the mess- Cash Grants Program. The facilities - ,,eL - _ , ure which she feels simply puts receive specified amounts of money OPEN recipients of state cash grants on a par for each resident, depending on the with Medicaid recipients. The Medic- level of care required. The additional aid program, which is primarily monthly payment would go directly to federally funded, provides its recipi- expenses.the recipient to use for personal 00OON Open dairy show champs Penco Oil The open dairy show was held Guernsey Division: junior heifer recently at the Lewis County Fair. Bob calf, champion, reserve champion and 11, II, l(Ikatk-- ry of Canton served as superinten- grand champion, Ju-Don Farms, Wil- .[1 " dent with Kevin Cary as assistant, liamstown. .,, Winners are as follows: Junior champion female: champion, (Od [mperio D - Holstein Division: junior heifer calf, Ju-Don Farms; reserve junior chain- " The sixth annual Midwest Sheep Dog sr. champion, and grand champion, plan, grankenbach Farms, Hannibal. i . .. .hi  !:. ,%,, Classic will be held at Bethel on Labor Denise Feldkamp, LaGrange; with Senior champion cow: champion and Hwy. B, LolI@ reserve champion going to Sunemea- grand champion, Ju-Don Farms. - .. Day Weekend. Sept. 1-2, in conjunction dow Farm, Canton. 2.. ':. '" t with There the willWrld be Sheep continuing Festival.sheep dog " '-' ..... JL ' "'2 demonstrations throughout both days, q r Z) g'*"  entertainUnder the'supervision of Delbert the public. They will show & IC AUC Hartsock of Novelty. These activities I se; son set will be designed to inform and Q!! wild turkey season for shotgun hunters will.be the working skills of border collies, ,.WLth one bird leaal in the some 86 counties that Australian shepherds, and Kelpies. t .! 1984. The arcTery turkey season will run con- There will be 42 other award winning " " " " t =,l;Lthearcherydeerseasn'Od']-Nv'lS'andy (Department ofConservation photo) events and contests at the World SheeP t bei!!o;iit;g de;:;iibn;ck to School Sales "'! =i , 3-31, with one bird legal for the entire season. Festival. Admission to all events is free. For information write: Sheep Festival, Bethel, Mo. 63434. i., " C " ! of Lewis o. Fmr . , , Sum,oF Vacotiofl , t lo ' cl mH;t: rho:.C DSe; r competltmn . .o, self defrosting refrigerat igerator; Tappan range w-2 ovens, P.lty Fair archer5, Durham. Men's bow hunter p.in sight: Sole Good Thru Aug. 12  LarD' Marries of let Billy Meyers, Ewing; 2rid, George d " ndent and David Campen Canton Women's open t natural gas; Speed Queen dryer on 220; Maytag wringer washer; square tub on castered --' let, Margaret Campen, LEE, I.EVl, HAGGAR frame; Mangal ironer; Mirro Matic pressure cooker; Roper range, no regulators; freestyle: Underwood typewriter, manual; electric heater, small; Sears electric sewing machine; cubCantn;class:2nd'seniorSheiladivisin-Funtain'lst.Tavlr'Billy JEANS, SLACKS, CORDS Philco TV, as is; 100 ft, extension cord; ack Fountain of I1' s assistants. Tro- le lst and 2nd place men's bicycle; three wheel bicycle; 2 metal div ;ion which were as Meyer; 2nd. Curtis Gaus, Ewing BUY 1 PR. AT REG. PRICE tricycles; 3 metal lawn chairs; child's swing set; 2 overstuffed chairs; handmade oak chair tStyle: 1st ,David Junior division: 1st, Sheila Fountain; GET 2NO I. FOR 2nd, Kent Sheridan, Ewing "" Lirlsey 'Griffin, 1/2 Price 't care if you paint your hair the sleeves off your shirt or ear. )ke lust to be ed Sorry that every brae yo{J light one up your rsk of from your heart dtsease goes up "tl ',Yth'-- t f you're already a sr,qok(r at all take some tn'e to .to; ,r( tt Ci-- erything we thnk t all the way thr(){(;f Y(3arettes today. Right now tts you (,( ,,=r 'l,rt ;rthing you'll In the long rLJn. Its ycLJr h.' %rr" ' king nov,,'. et up in the  :;2 ' 5,.- t (OuQhino ' u'iO r ry yo u'-" btjt gle flight of American Heart :':: Cdettinc Wind- Association ARROW CARTER CLUB. CAMPUS (DRESS, CASUAL g WESTERN) SHIRTS BUY 1 AT REG. PRICE, " = V2 Price ONE FOR MUNSlNGWEAR, HANES HANI, Lk'VI, WIGWAM UNDERWEAR SOCKS BUY 1 PR. OR PKG. AT REG PRICE, ,o. V2 Price SHOES, BOOTS (NIKE. CONVERSE. WOLVERINE. RED WING. TONY LAMA. JUSTIN. ACME, DINGO) Save 20 LY & HAGGAR F'/rlll SUMMER SUITS "//'" ' cooHs, STOi00J w-adj, back, by Oscar Hetzler; 2 metal twin beds; 3 full size metal beds; baby crib; 2 foot lockers; 2 wood utility cabinets; vanity seat; end table; dining table w-4 chairs. Collectables 2 Singer treadle sewing machines; 2 oak wash stands w-towel racks; 2 wash stands without towel racks; small oak chest of drawers; small oak framed wall mirror; small table w-brass drawer pulls; oak drop leaf table; oak dresser w-mirror; trunk, sound; 6 gal. stone jar, Blue Ribbon; wood high chair; enameled iron spit"ton; quantity of amber depression; quantity of Fire King gold trim oven ware; several pieces of glass; miscellaneous dishes and kitchen ware; kerosene lamp; Clementson Bros. stone pitcher; blue stone pitcher; tea set; butter mold; kerosene tantern; brass bell; 30 gal. wood barrel; plus other small items. Real Estate Two story frame home, could easily be remodeled into apartments located on one and one-half (1)/=) lots which are all of lot three (3) and the East one-half (V=) of lot 4, all in t Block Three (3) DeSoto's Addition, City of Canton, County of Lewis; street address, 506 ; White. Has access in rear from rock surfaced alley; alSo front entrance from White Street ( w-drive to alley. In addition to residence has a 9 ft. x 10 ft. metal utility shed on concrete $ floor. Property may be inspected by making appointment with either the owner or auctioneer. Terms: Cash on all personal items before removal sale day. Real Estate: $1,000.00 down sale $ day and the balance upon approval of abstract on or before Sept. 2, 1985. Seller guarantees abstract to date and merchantable title with all 1985 and previous taxes paid. Seller also reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bldd t Ralph E. Hurt, Owner e Apt. 503A Montgomery St., Canton Phone 314.288-5582 ) e # # Auctioneer ' Cashier & Clerk # e Lee Nelson, 314.288-3111 Nelson Auction Service t t 810 College St., Canton i . Neither the seller or the selling agent shall be responsible for lost or frispmlaced items, # accidents or injury to person or vehicle but will take precaution to p even sae. t