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W S OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK STORE HOURS: 8 a.rn. - 9 p.m. /#ion. thru Sat. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sundays horticulture show . was prevalent at the this year as 83 a total of 126 the horticulture show 10-year history. in the categories 19 displays and in with 18 displays. of Canton served as With Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Robert as assistants. Doris Corbin "received" a rosette for a $5 gift certificate potatoes. Junior received the rosette for a In the junior Corhin of Lewistown rosette and a $5 display of tomatoes. rosette was bonnie Corbin of a display of Irish e, red, and white Irish potatoes, Ist, Cynthia Hicks, Corbin, Lewis- Munzlinger, Wil- Doscber, Lewis- Bringer, Lewis- McCutchan, Canton. Junior Friedlein; ;er, Lewlstown; Knox City. Don Griesbaum, squash: 1st, Julie Jim Roberts, Brightwell, La- squash: 1st, Leta 2nd, Virgil Bringer, 1st, Rowena 2nd, Roy Johnston, Jeanie Stewart, Maurice Mesmer, Bringer; 3rd, tst, Thelma Adams, Lewistown; 2rid. Nancy Cary, Canton. Yellow apples: tst, Mary Van Meter, Lewistown; 2nd, Lucille Thomas, Lewistown. Berries: Ist, Bill Cary, Canton; 2nd, Anna Mae Burford, Lewistown; 3rd, Earlene Roberts, Durham. Miscellaneous: Ist, Pearl Hicks, Ewing, with bean stalk; 2rid, Stanley Pinson, LaBelle, with horticulture beans; 3rd, Josephine Merrell, La- Belle, with cauliflower. Green beans: Ist, John Bracey; d, Bill Cary; 3rd, Louis Roberson, Lewistown. Carrots: 1st, Teresa Handy, bewis- town; 2rid, Maurita Munzlinger. Cabbage (round): 1st, Earl Kempe, Lewistown; 2nd, Bil! Cary; 3rd, Clinton Waters, Maywood, and Wilma Chipman, Ewing Cabbage (fiat): 1st, John Geisendorfer, Monticello; 2nd, Clinton Waters; 3rd, Elmer Munzlin- ger, Williamstown. Beets: 1st, Maurita Munzlinger; 2nd, Inez Gregory, LaBelle; 3rd, Pat Vice. Red potatoes: 1st, Ken Goings, Ewing; 2rid, Farrell Van Meter, Lewistown; 3rd, Larry Bugh, Lewis- town. Vegetable arrangement: 1st, Maureen Morrow, LaBelle; 2rid, Betty Michel, LaBelle. Junior Division: Irish potatoes: Ist, Donnie Goings. Onions: Ist, Jenny Pearl, Canton; 2nd, Stacy Mesmer, Ewing; 3rd, Teresa Handy, Lewistown. Tomatoes: Ist, Joey Corbin Summer squash: Ist, Kim Roberts, Durham. Slicing cucumbers: Ist, Jarron Geisen- dorfer, Ewing; 2nd, Jack Crist, Lewistown. Peppers: Ist, David Vice, Canton. Apples: 1st, Daron Stice, Lewistown. .Green beans: Ist, Jimmy Stewart LaBelle; 2nd, Johanna Brumett, Canton; 3rd, Stacy Mesmer. Sweet corn: Ist, Johanna Brumett. Carrots: Ist, C. L. Feldkamp, LaGrange; 2rid, Jimmy Stewart. Beets: Ist, David Vice; 2nd, Kim Roberts. Red potatoes: Ist, Steve Mesmer, Zwing; 2nd, David Vice. Miscellaneous: 1st, Ethan Pinson, Phyllis Bracey, LaBelle, with okra; 2nd, Kim Roberts .=]h. Is with wax beans; 3rd, Kim Hoffman, A '" t, Tommy Thomas, Canton, with kohlrabi. . ,'ltontestants in Co. Fair show competition ) Ll0 contestants showed :erent classes for a total i$'at the recently held ]ir. Exhibitors came to a Wide area, including ::rtcl Oxford, Ia., and ield and Aledo, Ill., to ! l'izes totaling $1,400, It ribbons. Roger Howe t: Show superintendent. lst, Tami Gray, Ft. Kimber Metcalf Ft Co ' " L rtney Keller, Quin- ehaus, Quincy; 5th, t ina. 1 foals)" 1st Melvin , 2rid, Jay Asbury, ra Henderson, La- aChelle Alhorn, Mere-  C/inn Maize Palmyra. i_1984 foals'): 1st, Mike lhra; 2nd, Bill Porter, l Randy Lowe, Pitts-  IVloore, Barry; 5th, ? halter class: 1st, Ih, 1 con; 2nd, June I; 3rd, Barb O'Dear, gl Beth Wyatt, Bevier; L, laeon. 1 Liter (open) : 1st, Bill [q Wilper, Quincy; 3rd, LQuincy; 4th, Oene Ir Rapids; 5th, Janie : 1st, Travis Alhorn, ryn Mollerl Quincy; , Ewing; 4th, Bobble $100 open Arab costume class: Ist, June Johnston; 2nd, Beck Barton; 3rd, T'yla Ray; 4th, Mary" Beth Wyatt. $100 open flag race: Ist, Curtis Hudnut; 2nd, Curtis Hudnut; 3rd, John Alhorm 4th, Curtis Hudnut; 5th, Garry Ferguson. $I00 women's pleasure (open): Ist, Lisa Cochran, Oxford, In; 2nd, Joni Beeddeker; 3rd, Elaine Gaus; 4th, Bey Gaus, Quincy; 5th, Janie Alhorn. Junior barrel race (16 yrs. & under): Ist, Kim Ferguson, LaGrange; 2nd, Kim Ferguson; 3rd & 4th, Sbawn Kratzer, Ft. Madison; 5th, Angle Pearl, Canton. $100 open barrel race', tst, Michelle Alhorn; 2nd, Kim Ferguson; 3rd, tl roping: 1st, Curtis t, & Dan Shirey, , Paul Legg, Ewing, tnton; 3rd, Paul Lee, Van Fleet, Lomax; K & Rick Hinton, ,. Clyde Patterson, taton. rn pleasure: lsL wistown; 2rid, Joni ladison; 3rd, Ronnie k; 4th, Elaine Gaus, e Gaus, Quincy. ,(16 yrs. & Buner): " 2nd, Lori oedde- ; 3rd, Juna Henze, b western pleasure Ray; 2nd, Mary une Johnston; 4th, t(open): Ist, Shawn ; 2rid, Curtis Ferguson, La- |belle Alhorn; 5th, ', Ill. t): 1st, June John- Beth Wyatt; 3rd, tonroe City; 4th, 5th, Pare Scott, Larry Walker. Knox City; 4th, Cathy Frazier, Kirksville; 5th, Curtis Hud- nOi': $100 men's pleasure (open): Ist, Ronnie Clithero, Wellsville; 2nd, Mike Tuley; 3rd, Mike Gaus; 4th, Don Sunden, Ft. Madison; 5th, Jeff Cochran, Oxford, In. Plug race (open): Ist, Angle Pearl; 2rid, Jan Alhorn; 3rd, Kathy Kestner; KEN'S Um 2 link *l $.N O M=., lhn'cMu Shop the lowest price grocery store in Lewis County In Oil Or Water B+,G s lye Frrzn w.,. 99 TOPPING ....... 1o so,,,o. 69 c MUSTARD ........ o, ,v ..... .." '" "'-o.., s I ' .,.o,,po,,,s ,, q .o s I o0 PRESERVES ...... o .... Moisture Added) 4-lb. Package OkSe Sliced SLAB BACON 4th, Garry Ferguson; 5th, Woody PIOflF SlnCh Sack Farris. TRASH BAGS ...... 0c $1 5g Tractor pull ! We eerve  1 Io rn q=#ant,(+es and te an hqo, F i.n, tttol bttte PJck S '4 49 LINK SAUSAGE ...............  | A%MaT W,ENE"S ........ "o 89 Shudine TOMATO JUICE gtwfreJ (4 Clvertera) MARGARINE results BARQ'S ROOT BEER "The antique tractor pull was held recently at the Lewis County Fair with Stanley Boltz of Monticello as superin- tendent and Norman Adams of Canton as assistant. Trophy winners were: 3250 lb. class, Ist, Scott Kice, Arbela. 3500 lh. class, Ist, John Steele, Wyaconda; 2nd, Clayton Bane, Macon; 3rd, Ricky Carter, Wyaconda. 4500 lb. class, 1st, Richard Kenyon, Lewis- to,,n; 2nd, Clayton Bane; 3rd, Ricky Carter; 4th, John Steele; 5th, Miles Cameron, Kahoka. 5500 lb. class, Ist, David Wiggins, Memphis; 2rid, Stanley Boltz, Monti- cello; 3rd, Elliot Morris, New London; 4th, Miles Cameron. 6500 lb. class, Ist, David Wiggins; 2rid, Elliot Morris; 3rd, Calvin Meier, Kahoka; 4th, Stanley Boltz. lO-Ib. Bag you.want classifieds [ / 6 12oz. CANS S399 Instant Coffee .......  oz ,u,,. 990 Facial Tissue ....... 2soot 12 Ct. Polar Treat Chocolate PUDDING STI00KS Ca,t Ne CrOp 59 BARTLETT PEARS ......... NECTARINES .............. o WIlUCOnI#f Sold.Heacl GREEN CABBAGE ........ ,15 = W S OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK STORE HOURS: 8 a.rn. - 9 p.m. /#ion. thru Sat. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sundays horticulture show . was prevalent at the this year as 83 a total of 126 the horticulture show 10-year history. in the categories 19 displays and in with 18 displays. of Canton served as With Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Robert as assistants. Doris Corbin "received" a rosette for a $5 gift certificate potatoes. Junior received the rosette for a In the junior Corhin of Lewistown rosette and a $5 display of tomatoes. rosette was bonnie Corbin of a display of Irish e, red, and white Irish potatoes, Ist, Cynthia Hicks, Corbin, Lewis- Munzlinger, Wil- Doscber, Lewis- Bringer, Lewis- McCutchan, Canton. Junior Friedlein; ;er, Lewlstown; Knox City. Don Griesbaum, squash: 1st, Julie Jim Roberts, Brightwell, La- squash: 1st, Leta 2nd, Virgil Bringer, 1st, Rowena 2nd, Roy Johnston, Jeanie Stewart, Maurice Mesmer, Bringer; 3rd, tst, Thelma Adams, Lewistown; 2rid. Nancy Cary, Canton. Yellow apples: tst, Mary Van Meter, Lewistown; 2nd, Lucille Thomas, Lewistown. Berries: Ist, Bill Cary, Canton; 2nd, Anna Mae Burford, Lewistown; 3rd, Earlene Roberts, Durham. Miscellaneous: Ist, Pearl Hicks, Ewing, with bean stalk; 2rid, Stanley Pinson, LaBelle, with horticulture beans; 3rd, Josephine Merrell, La- Belle, with cauliflower. Green beans: Ist, John Bracey; d, Bill Cary; 3rd, Louis Roberson, Lewistown. Carrots: 1st, Teresa Handy, bewis- town; 2rid, Maurita Munzlinger. Cabbage (round): 1st, Earl Kempe, Lewistown; 2nd, Bil! Cary; 3rd, Clinton Waters, Maywood, and Wilma Chipman, Ewing Cabbage (fiat): 1st, John Geisendorfer, Monticello; 2nd, Clinton Waters; 3rd, Elmer Munzlin- ger, Williamstown. Beets: 1st, Maurita Munzlinger; 2nd, Inez Gregory, LaBelle; 3rd, Pat Vice. Red potatoes: 1st, Ken Goings, Ewing; 2rid, Farrell Van Meter, Lewistown; 3rd, Larry Bugh, Lewis- town. Vegetable arrangement: 1st, Maureen Morrow, LaBelle; 2rid, Betty Michel, LaBelle. Junior Division: Irish potatoes: Ist, Donnie Goings. Onions: Ist, Jenny Pearl, Canton; 2nd, Stacy Mesmer, Ewing; 3rd, Teresa Handy, Lewistown. Tomatoes: Ist, Joey Corbin Summer squash: Ist, Kim Roberts, Durham. Slicing cucumbers: Ist, Jarron Geisen- dorfer, Ewing; 2nd, Jack Crist, Lewistown. Peppers: Ist, David Vice, Canton. Apples: 1st, Daron Stice, Lewistown. .Green beans: Ist, Jimmy Stewart LaBelle; 2nd, Johanna Brumett, Canton; 3rd, Stacy Mesmer. Sweet corn: Ist, Johanna Brumett. Carrots: Ist, C. L. Feldkamp, LaGrange; 2rid, Jimmy Stewart. Beets: Ist, David Vice; 2nd, Kim Roberts. Red potatoes: Ist, Steve Mesmer, Zwing; 2nd, David Vice. Miscellaneous: 1st, Ethan Pinson, Phyllis Bracey, LaBelle, with okra; 2nd, Kim Roberts .=]h. Is with wax beans; 3rd, Kim Hoffman, A '" t, Tommy Thomas, Canton, with kohlrabi. . ,'ltontestants in Co. Fair show competition ) Ll0 contestants showed :erent classes for a total i$'at the recently held ]ir. Exhibitors came to a Wide area, including ::rtcl Oxford, Ia., and ield and Aledo, Ill., to ! l'izes totaling $1,400, It ribbons. Roger Howe t: Show superintendent. lst, Tami Gray, Ft. Kimber Metcalf Ft Co ' " L rtney Keller, Quin- ehaus, Quincy; 5th, t ina. 1 foals)" 1st Melvin , 2rid, Jay Asbury, ra Henderson, La- aChelle Alhorn, Mere-  C/inn Maize Palmyra. i_1984 foals'): 1st, Mike lhra; 2nd, Bill Porter, l Randy Lowe, Pitts-  IVloore, Barry; 5th, ? halter class: 1st, Ih, 1 con; 2nd, June I; 3rd, Barb O'Dear, gl Beth Wyatt, Bevier; L, laeon. 1 Liter (open) : 1st, Bill [q Wilper, Quincy; 3rd, LQuincy; 4th, Oene Ir Rapids; 5th, Janie : 1st, Travis Alhorn, ryn Mollerl Quincy; , Ewing; 4th, Bobble $100 open Arab costume class: Ist, June Johnston; 2nd, Beck Barton; 3rd, T'yla Ray; 4th, Mary" Beth Wyatt. $100 open flag race: Ist, Curtis Hudnut; 2nd, Curtis Hudnut; 3rd, John Alhorm 4th, Curtis Hudnut; 5th, Garry Ferguson. $I00 women's pleasure (open): Ist, Lisa Cochran, Oxford, In; 2nd, Joni Beeddeker; 3rd, Elaine Gaus; 4th, Bey Gaus, Quincy; 5th, Janie Alhorn. Junior barrel race (16 yrs. & under): Ist, Kim Ferguson, LaGrange; 2nd, Kim Ferguson; 3rd & 4th, Sbawn Kratzer, Ft. Madison; 5th, Angle Pearl, Canton. $100 open barrel race', tst, Michelle Alhorn; 2nd, Kim Ferguson; 3rd, tl roping: 1st, Curtis t, & Dan Shirey, , Paul Legg, Ewing, tnton; 3rd, Paul Lee, Van Fleet, Lomax; K & Rick Hinton, ,. Clyde Patterson, taton. rn pleasure: lsL wistown; 2rid, Joni ladison; 3rd, Ronnie k; 4th, Elaine Gaus, e Gaus, Quincy. ,(16 yrs. & Buner): " 2nd, Lori oedde- ; 3rd, Juna Henze, b western pleasure Ray; 2nd, Mary une Johnston; 4th, t(open): Ist, Shawn ; 2rid, Curtis Ferguson, La- |belle Alhorn; 5th, ', Ill. t): 1st, June John- Beth Wyatt; 3rd, tonroe City; 4th, 5th, Pare Scott, Larry Walker. Knox City; 4th, Cathy Frazier, Kirksville; 5th, Curtis Hud- nOi': $100 men's pleasure (open): Ist, Ronnie Clithero, Wellsville; 2nd, Mike Tuley; 3rd, Mike Gaus; 4th, Don Sunden, Ft. Madison; 5th, Jeff Cochran, Oxford, In. Plug race (open): Ist, Angle Pearl; 2rid, Jan Alhorn; 3rd, Kathy Kestner; KEN'S Um 2 link *l $.N O M=., lhn'cMu Shop the lowest price grocery store in Lewis County In Oil Or Water B+,G s lye Frrzn w.,. 99 TOPPING ....... 1o so,,,o. 69 c MUSTARD ........ o, ,v ..... .." '" "'-o.., s I ' .,.o,,po,,,s ,, q .o s I o0 PRESERVES ...... o .... Moisture Added) 4-lb. Package OkSe Sliced SLAB BACON 4th, Garry Ferguson; 5th, Woody PIOflF SlnCh Sack Farris. TRASH BAGS ...... 0c $1 5g Tractor pull ! We eerve  1 Io rn q=#ant,(+es and te an hqo, F i.n, tttol bttte PJck S '4 49 LINK SAUSAGE ...............  | A%MaT W,ENE"S ........ "o 89 Shudine TOMATO JUICE gtwfreJ (4 Clvertera) MARGARINE results BARQ'S ROOT BEER "The antique tractor pull was held recently at the Lewis County Fair with Stanley Boltz of Monticello as superin- tendent and Norman Adams of Canton as assistant. Trophy winners were: 3250 lb. class, Ist, Scott Kice, Arbela. 3500 lh. class, Ist, John Steele, Wyaconda; 2nd, Clayton Bane, Macon; 3rd, Ricky Carter, Wyaconda. 4500 lb. class, 1st, Richard Kenyon, Lewis- to,,n; 2nd, Clayton Bane; 3rd, Ricky Carter; 4th, John Steele; 5th, Miles Cameron, Kahoka. 5500 lb. class, Ist, David Wiggins, Memphis; 2rid, Stanley Boltz, Monti- cello; 3rd, Elliot Morris, New London; 4th, Miles Cameron. 6500 lb. class, Ist, David Wiggins; 2rid, Elliot Morris; 3rd, Calvin Meier, Kahoka; 4th, Stanley Boltz. lO-Ib. Bag you.want classifieds [ / 6 12oz. CANS S399 Instant Coffee .......  oz ,u,,. 990 Facial Tissue ....... 2soot 12 Ct. Polar Treat Chocolate PUDDING STI00KS Ca,t Ne CrOp 59 BARTLETT PEARS ......... NECTARINES .............. o WIlUCOnI#f Sold.Heacl GREEN CABBAGE ........ ,15 =