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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, Dan Dannenhauer (left) is pictured presenting the award sponsored by Heinold Hog Market of LaBelle to 4-H'er Richard Hudnut of Williamstown 4-H. Pk, tured is Kirby Woodard of MontieeI 4-H, 19 recipient of the Dean Wear Chain GHt. Presenting the gilt (right) is Brenda Schlager, 1984 winner, also from Mentleello 4-H. Pictured with JuHe Hamlin, Miss Lewis County Farm Bureau Queen, are Wesley Goings of Walnut Grove 4-H, Sr. division champion, and Douglas Griesbaum, Jr., dlvisinn, also d Walnut Grove 4-H. Trophies sponsored by Western Auto Store, Canton. Sharpsburg Lucille Minear Mrs. Earl Byers was a Tuesday visitor of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kimberley. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Port McCracken were John and :Francu Daugherty. A dinner was held in the home of Mrs. Bob Miller, Sr., July 28 for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eoff of Cedar Rapids, Clarence Dinkier and daughter of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts of Augusta, Mrs. Mildred Twaddle of Bowen, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of Salisbury, Mrs. Kay Buck and family of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. John Twaddle of Augusta, Peter J. Sand-  _Radcliff, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. David Sandknop and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sandlmcp of St. Louis, and Mr. . and Mrs. P. J. Sandlmop. All attended the funeral services for Mrs. Katel McDaniel. Mrs. John Searle and Carolyn were recent visitors of Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Searle of Prophet's Town were visitors in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Searle, last week. Bob Minear, Tony Krieghauser and Jeff Tungate are in Dallas, "rex., ' visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ashford. Sharon Gilbert of Evanston and David Gilbert of Glenview visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould, last Week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber of LaBeile were recent visitors of Mr. _ and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Lee Taylor called in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould recently. _ I II [-_ IL I Monticello \\;\+" Mrs. Nancy Breeding Heather, Elizabeth and Jessica Dannenhauer spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. Mrs. Earl Veatch and Miss Karen Veatch were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Veatch and family at Lewistown for ice cream and cake celebrating the 10th birthday of their daughter, Sara. Mrs. Earl Veatch and Mrs. Wallace Veatch visited friends at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Florea of LaBelle and Mrs. Rosa Lee Steffen of Lewistown called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Sunday evening. Miss Debby Grgurich of Osage Beach spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls called on Mrs. Nell Tompkins at Lewistown Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. J. Bronestine was a "luncheon guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin and Mrs. Donna Briscoe. Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer entertain- ed at a swimming party Tuesday evening for the 6th birthday of her daughter, Jessica. Guests were Dawn- ya Geisendorfer, Amanda Little, Crystal Miller, Less Grimwond, Julia Seals, Temi Rayl and Betsy Nelson. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer, were also callers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Tuesday. Mrs. Kenneth Williams visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tarpein at Edina Thursday. Bill Altoff was a Sunday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and sons. Ross Kruoger was an evening caller. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Standbridge and daughters of Cameron were weekend visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Welch and Darcey. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Rector of Edmond, Okla., called on Rev. and Mrs. George Pratt Sunday after- noon. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton were Mr., and l. Evard Liilard of Sh'bnghurst and M and Mrs. Bruce Hinten. Mrs. Charles Florea called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Monday morning. Miss Karen Veatch of Columbia spent Monday to Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Earl Veatch. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Iowa. Curtis and Alice Hinton will be, celebrating their S0th wedding anni- versary Sunday, Aug. 18, at 2 p.m. in Kirkwood's (Ill.) Westminster United Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford of Downing spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Charles Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown were Tuesday supper guests of their son, Bill Brown and family at Quincy. Other 'guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Greger of Hannibal. The occasion celebrated the birthdays of father and son. Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer, Vallery and Beth spent Wednesday and Thursday with Von Geisendorfer at Havana. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Winger of Mexico called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray Thm-sday. Arlen, Nathan and Jessie Hinton spent Friday and Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinten. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray have returned home from attending the Grand National Winnebago Ralley at Forest City, Ia. All states, including Alaska. were represented and 1,115 campers were present. I ii i i i - NEW OFFERING -- This lovely brick 1 story ranchhome. L/r, d/r, den w/fire place, kit., 3 bedrooms. Large finished basement with wet bar, screened porch, sundeck, 2-car garage, 3 baths, air conditioned, hot air furnace with natural gas fuel. Vent fan, water softener. Also large iron clad storage bldg. on approx. 4.3 acres. Hwy 81 at edge of city. Beautiful setting. Fully carpeted. All in excellent condition. Shown by appointment only. Hartmann Real Estate Jack 14. Hartmann, 712 Wmhiwton Stre - , Me. - 314-288-3396 .... II I 1111 Bill III _ L _ __ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and family at LaPlata where they were joined by Mrs. Dottle C, allis and Stephanie and Troy Dawkins of Moberly. Dawn Miller accompanied the Littles home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and daughters spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Don McCutchan. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith, Mr. and Mrs, Ross Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stork were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Daggs of Ewing. John Williams attended a birthday party at LaBelle Sunday. Tim Clapp and Gins Huebotter brought him home. James Martin called on Mr. Mrs. Chester Hinton Saturday. Mrs. Grace Florea of Knox City spent the weekend with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Bruce Anderson accompanied Mrs. Elmer Williams of Lewistown to Indianola, la., Monday, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Terry Anderson and family until Thursday. Jason Anderson, who had visited relatives here, returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice and Mrs. Grace Florea called in the Kenneth Stice home at Lewistown Sunday morning to make the acquaintance of the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Owens of St. Charles who was making her first visit with her grandparents. She has been named Jamie Lee. Mrs. Dorothy Wills of Lewistown spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Veatch. Miss Peggy Porter of Steffensville spent Thursday and Friday with her grandmother, Mrs. Fred Porter. Thursday evening they attened a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Porter in Steffenville honoring several August birthdays. Rev. George Pratt was a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy, from Mon- day to Friday where he had* tests and examinations.  rma.tt made regular trips to th Ms. Linda Robinson and Angels of Delavon and Mrs. Ruby Henderson of LaBelle called on Mrs. Nancy Breeding and Delmar Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Welch and Darcey spent last weekend with their, daughter, Dobbie, at Springfield, Mo. They also visited his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Merl Welch at Urbana. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice of AMBULANCE TRACKS Lewis County ambulances had a rather busy month in June with Medic I, Canton, having 26 runs and two call outs, Medic III at Canton had two runs and Medic II at Lewistown had nine. Things went a littler slower in July with Medic I at Canton having 13 and one call out, Medic III at Canton having none and Medic II at Lewistown having 12 runs. In-service this month has changed due to a conflict in scheduling, however, this has been chan_g_ed hack Correction: It was Mrs. Bruce Anderson and not Mrs. Bruce Minear, who accompanied Mrs. Danny Dan- nenhauer and daughters to St. Louis. LaGrange were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Burrell Smith called on Mrs. Melvin Rutledge and Miss Grace Smith Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray were in Quincy Wednesday and Miss Gussie +, Ray took them out to dinner, compli- menting Mrs. Ray's birthday. Charles Little called on Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Saturday morning. Machell, Daren and Dustin Brones- tine spent Thursday with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bronestine. Mrs. Larry Hudnut and Lori of Canton took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith, out to dinner Tuesday evening honoring her mother's birth- day. Mrs. Ross Ray and Miss Gussie Ray called on Mrs. Mary Menke and Mrs. Maude Tompkins at Quincy Thursday afternoon. to the orginial date this month is and is being taught RN. ,, Appreciation to all , helped with me a fine job as usual. The EMT class this time for this rhotId begin sometime of Nuvember. I this at a times have been Anyone interested in ,ca]] me at 314-288-5654; or John ff you just want to ask I the class, we would be l any questions. For those of YOU might he allergic know someone helpful to you. Most people suffer no more discomfort. About $ population, howev', insect stings and they anaphylactic reacti These symptoms. burning skin, and chest. chest with and restlessness The signs are area of the body 0 edema; marked and tongue, blueness pulse and vomiting. This is a true requires an in combat the allergic 1 Transport the hospital immediatelY.+ SUBSCRIBE PRESS-NE00 i h Centel Standards: Because our service commitment stands for more than a pleasant ring. At Centel we don't have to ring our bell. You know from experience the kind of service we derive r. The highest quality. And that begins with people who care and work as a team to be informed, courteous and efficient. So when you need repair work have a question about your service, you can count on prompt support from Centel. You can also count on affordable phone service now and in the future. Because together with the latest technology, our people can bring you faster, clearer telephone connections for the lowest cost possible Honoring our commitment to excellent service isn't just an idea-lt's a way of doing business every time you call. So ring our bell-we'll be ready. Pictured is Sherry Due, Clerk--Plant Service Center, West Plains, MO. J Mak00ing good on the promises of telecommunications. N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, Dan Dannenhauer (left) is pictured presenting the award sponsored by Heinold Hog Market of LaBelle to 4-H'er Richard Hudnut of Williamstown 4-H. Pk, tured is Kirby Woodard of MontieeI 4-H, 19 recipient of the Dean Wear Chain GHt. Presenting the gilt (right) is Brenda Schlager, 1984 winner, also from Mentleello 4-H. Pictured with JuHe Hamlin, Miss Lewis County Farm Bureau Queen, are Wesley Goings of Walnut Grove 4-H, Sr. division champion, and Douglas Griesbaum, Jr., dlvisinn, also d Walnut Grove 4-H. Trophies sponsored by Western Auto Store, Canton. Sharpsburg Lucille Minear Mrs. Earl Byers was a Tuesday visitor of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kimberley. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Port McCracken were John and :Francu Daugherty. A dinner was held in the home of Mrs. Bob Miller, Sr., July 28 for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eoff of Cedar Rapids, Clarence Dinkier and daughter of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts of Augusta, Mrs. Mildred Twaddle of Bowen, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of Salisbury, Mrs. Kay Buck and family of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. John Twaddle of Augusta, Peter J. Sand-  _Radcliff, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. David Sandknop and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sandlmcp of St. Louis, and Mr. . and Mrs. P. J. Sandlmop. All attended the funeral services for Mrs. Katel McDaniel. Mrs. John Searle and Carolyn were recent visitors of Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Searle of Prophet's Town were visitors in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Searle, last week. Bob Minear, Tony Krieghauser and Jeff Tungate are in Dallas, "rex., ' visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ashford. Sharon Gilbert of Evanston and David Gilbert of Glenview visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould, last Week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber of LaBeile were recent visitors of Mr. _ and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Lee Taylor called in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould recently. _ I II [-_ IL I Monticello \\;\+" Mrs. Nancy Breeding Heather, Elizabeth and Jessica Dannenhauer spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. Mrs. Earl Veatch and Miss Karen Veatch were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Veatch and family at Lewistown for ice cream and cake celebrating the 10th birthday of their daughter, Sara. Mrs. Earl Veatch and Mrs. Wallace Veatch visited friends at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Florea of LaBelle and Mrs. Rosa Lee Steffen of Lewistown called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Sunday evening. Miss Debby Grgurich of Osage Beach spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls called on Mrs. Nell Tompkins at Lewistown Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. J. Bronestine was a "luncheon guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin and Mrs. Donna Briscoe. Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer entertain- ed at a swimming party Tuesday evening for the 6th birthday of her daughter, Jessica. Guests were Dawn- ya Geisendorfer, Amanda Little, Crystal Miller, Less Grimwond, Julia Seals, Temi Rayl and Betsy Nelson. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer, were also callers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Tuesday. Mrs. Kenneth Williams visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tarpein at Edina Thursday. Bill Altoff was a Sunday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and sons. Ross Kruoger was an evening caller. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Standbridge and daughters of Cameron were weekend visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Welch and Darcey. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Rector of Edmond, Okla., called on Rev. and Mrs. George Pratt Sunday after- noon. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton were Mr., and l. Evard Liilard of Sh'bnghurst and M and Mrs. Bruce Hinten. Mrs. Charles Florea called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Monday morning. Miss Karen Veatch of Columbia spent Monday to Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Earl Veatch. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Iowa. Curtis and Alice Hinton will be, celebrating their S0th wedding anni- versary Sunday, Aug. 18, at 2 p.m. in Kirkwood's (Ill.) Westminster United Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford of Downing spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Charles Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown were Tuesday supper guests of their son, Bill Brown and family at Quincy. Other 'guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Greger of Hannibal. The occasion celebrated the birthdays of father and son. Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer, Vallery and Beth spent Wednesday and Thursday with Von Geisendorfer at Havana. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Winger of Mexico called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray Thm-sday. Arlen, Nathan and Jessie Hinton spent Friday and Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinten. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray have returned home from attending the Grand National Winnebago Ralley at Forest City, Ia. All states, including Alaska. were represented and 1,115 campers were present. I ii i i i - NEW OFFERING -- This lovely brick 1 story ranchhome. L/r, d/r, den w/fire place, kit., 3 bedrooms. Large finished basement with wet bar, screened porch, sundeck, 2-car garage, 3 baths, air conditioned, hot air furnace with natural gas fuel. Vent fan, water softener. Also large iron clad storage bldg. on approx. 4.3 acres. Hwy 81 at edge of city. Beautiful setting. Fully carpeted. All in excellent condition. Shown by appointment only. Hartmann Real Estate Jack 14. Hartmann, 712 Wmhiwton Stre - , Me. - 314-288-3396 .... II I 1111 Bill III _ L _ __ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and family at LaPlata where they were joined by Mrs. Dottle C, allis and Stephanie and Troy Dawkins of Moberly. Dawn Miller accompanied the Littles home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and daughters spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Don McCutchan. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith, Mr. and Mrs, Ross Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stork were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Daggs of Ewing. John Williams attended a birthday party at LaBelle Sunday. Tim Clapp and Gins Huebotter brought him home. James Martin called on Mr. Mrs. Chester Hinton Saturday. Mrs. Grace Florea of Knox City spent the weekend with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Bruce Anderson accompanied Mrs. Elmer Williams of Lewistown to Indianola, la., Monday, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Terry Anderson and family until Thursday. Jason Anderson, who had visited relatives here, returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice and Mrs. Grace Florea called in the Kenneth Stice home at Lewistown Sunday morning to make the acquaintance of the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Owens of St. Charles who was making her first visit with her grandparents. She has been named Jamie Lee. Mrs. Dorothy Wills of Lewistown spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Veatch. Miss Peggy Porter of Steffensville spent Thursday and Friday with her grandmother, Mrs. Fred Porter. Thursday evening they attened a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Porter in Steffenville honoring several August birthdays. Rev. George Pratt was a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy, from Mon- day to Friday where he had* tests and examinations.  rma.tt made regular trips to th Ms. Linda Robinson and Angels of Delavon and Mrs. Ruby Henderson of LaBelle called on Mrs. Nancy Breeding and Delmar Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Welch and Darcey spent last weekend with their, daughter, Dobbie, at Springfield, Mo. They also visited his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Merl Welch at Urbana. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice of AMBULANCE TRACKS Lewis County ambulances had a rather busy month in June with Medic I, Canton, having 26 runs and two call outs, Medic III at Canton had two runs and Medic II at Lewistown had nine. Things went a littler slower in July with Medic I at Canton having 13 and one call out, Medic III at Canton having none and Medic II at Lewistown having 12 runs. In-service this month has changed due to a conflict in scheduling, however, this has been chan_g_ed hack Correction: It was Mrs. Bruce Anderson and not Mrs. Bruce Minear, who accompanied Mrs. Danny Dan- nenhauer and daughters to St. Louis. LaGrange were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Burrell Smith called on Mrs. Melvin Rutledge and Miss Grace Smith Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray were in Quincy Wednesday and Miss Gussie +, Ray took them out to dinner, compli- menting Mrs. Ray's birthday. Charles Little called on Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Saturday morning. Machell, Daren and Dustin Brones- tine spent Thursday with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bronestine. Mrs. Larry Hudnut and Lori of Canton took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith, out to dinner Tuesday evening honoring her mother's birth- day. Mrs. Ross Ray and Miss Gussie Ray called on Mrs. Mary Menke and Mrs. Maude Tompkins at Quincy Thursday afternoon. to the orginial date this month is and is being taught RN. ,, Appreciation to all , helped with me a fine job as usual. The EMT class this time for this rhotId begin sometime of Nuvember. I this at a times have been Anyone interested in ,ca]] me at 314-288-5654; or John ff you just want to ask I the class, we would be l any questions. For those of YOU might he allergic know someone helpful to you. Most people suffer no more discomfort. About $ population, howev', insect stings and they anaphylactic reacti These symptoms. burning skin, and chest. chest with and restlessness The signs are area of the body 0 edema; marked and tongue, blueness pulse and vomiting. This is a true requires an in combat the allergic 1 Transport the hospital immediatelY.+ SUBSCRIBE PRESS-NE00 i h Centel Standards: Because our service commitment stands for more than a pleasant ring. At Centel we don't have to ring our bell. You know from experience the kind of service we derive r. The highest quality. And that begins with people who care and work as a team to be informed, courteous and efficient. So when you need repair work have a question about your service, you can count on prompt support from Centel. You can also count on affordable phone service now and in the future. Because together with the latest technology, our people can bring you faster, clearer telephone connections for the lowest cost possible Honoring our commitment to excellent service isn't just an idea-lt's a way of doing business every time you call. So ring our bell-we'll be ready. Pictured is Sherry Due, Clerk--Plant Service Center, West Plains, MO. J Mak00ing good on the promises of telecommunications.