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GENERAL NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 191k Scenes from 'Fortune Teller' Unmounted police The financial condition of the mythical country of Livonia does not permit replacement of horses shot out from under the Royal Mounted Hussars, who are reduced to makeshift mounts --stick horses. The'Captain, of course, played by Todd Leftwich, rides the mammoth hobby horse, in a musical number from the Victor Herbert comic operetta now playing at the Golden Eagle in Canton. PRAIRIE VIEW NEWS & VIEWS Monday afternoon the residents enjoyed playing games of ring toss, checkers, and working on puzzles. Refreshments of cookies and Kool-Aid were served. Monday evening the Canton Methodist Church was here to play evening bingo with the residents. Our residents enjoy the many nice prizes that they bring and enjoy visiting with them. Tuesday morning these residents went for a van ride to Canton: Adna Benson, Cecil Shives, Maxine Hamil- ton, Mary Williams, Annie Welsch, James Petre. Edgar Tate, Harry Walker and George Kroeger. We drove down by the river and watched a barge going through, and enjoyed ice cream cones at Deters Dairy. Tuesday afternoon these residents enjoyed a ride to LaBelle: Charlie Farnsworth, Lorena Kroeger, Telletta Peacock, Opal Stewart, Clayton Haines, Bill Homrighausen, Vernon Garnett and Lottie Balsar. We drove out to the new lake and stopped by the Dari Nook for ice cream. Tuesday night we enjoyed band music by Willard Hetzler, Larry, Gillespie, Doc Edwards, Herman Hutton, Spud Geltmaker and Maxine Short. Residents enjoyed popcorn and lemonade. Wednesday the residents enjoyed a picnic outside at lunch time. Wednes- day afternoon an ice cream social was held with lots in attendance. Thursday morning there was no Bible study due to Hey. Wilbur Sharpe being out of town. We look forward to his visit next week. Father Hoffman from the Ewing Queen of Peace Catholic Church was here to have communion with those of the faith. Clarence Fisher had a birthday this week. Other activities this week have included daily exercises, reality class, remotivation classes, and coffee breaks. We appreciate everyone for all their donations to our nursing home. Just a reminder about the We Care Club ball tournament Aug. 17-18 at the LaBelle Ball Park. In title role Carol Fisher Mathieson plays ,,Musette," the gypsy fortune teller, in the Golden Eagle production of "The Fortune Teller." The show will continue tonight through Sunday. Reservations for most performances are still available. LaGrange Lions Club is sponsoring a DIABETES CLINIC Public Invited ZAKIAH S. ALl, M.D. Guest Speaker Thursday, August 22, 7:30 p.m. LaGrange Lions Hall Main Street, LaGrange, Missouri LEWIS CO. NURSING HOME The nursing home is having an ice cream social on Saturday, Aug. 31, from 2 to 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now from any staff member or resident. The price is $1 and covers homemade ice cream and cake, choice of drink, entertainment by the Harold Shalton band and a drawing for prizes every hour. In addition a cake walk will be held. Be sure and get your ticket and don't miss out on the fun. Activities for the week include sing-along and rhythm hand with Elsie Brinkley of LaGrange, bingo, hymn sing with the Canton Baptist Church, Bible quiz, table ball, Bible stories with Rev. Chuck Long of the Canton Christian Church, quilting class meet, kick ball, Sunday school with Rev. Wilbur Sharpe of Lewistown, gospel music with Rev. Paul Kinney of Canton and alert mind group meet. Marilyn Job, activity director, attended a 2-day training session in Columbia to receive credit for certification. Residents and staff extend sympathy to the family of Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig. Mrs. Bessie Reed enjoyed having her grandchildren and great grandchildren visit her Sunday, including two sets of four generations. Her grandson from Laguna Beach, Calif., and great grandson, Austin, were also visitors. Church services for Aug. 18 is with Rev. Milton Baumgardner, Canton First Baptist. We appreciate the donation of sweet corn from Mike and Charlotte Sommers. Congratulations to "Larry Cameron", employee of the month of August. Larry is a CNA and works on the 3 to 11 shift. John S. Lanham of Zephyrhills, Fla.. entertained on his banjo Monday afternoon. OATS BUS , 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 LA BELLE MANOR HAPPENINGS Thursday evening the Manor nesma a get acquainted supper for Dr. Nickerson and family. Approximately 50 people were present to welcome the doctor and his family to the community. Friday a trip was made to Blessing Hospital to get Bertie Frame. Judy East, Warren French, Virginia McBride, Vicky Hollandsworth, Chan- nell Townsley, Doc Holliday and Louise Shahan also made the trip. Friday afternoon the residents played bingo. Sunday the Christian Church held services for the residents. Monday Ellen Montague, Brian Willis, Myrl Moore, Laveta Queen, Myrtle Thomp- son, Cbannell Townsley, Judy East, Martha White, Lowell Autrey, Doc Holliday and .Louise Shahan attended ceramic class at the Pour Palace. Tuesday was movie afternoon with refreshments of soda and popcorn. Wednesday everyone enjoyed ice cream in the afternoon. Louise Shahan, Ellen Montague and Doc Holliday are attending a camping session at the Rainbow Camp at Chillicothe. Cherie Hustead took the residents and remained with them. Wilda Tripp was visited by her great granddaughter of one month of age. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy of St. Louis. Thursday we made a trip to Edina for a picnic in the park. Following lunch we went to the gun and dog auction at Colony. Those attending the picnic were Leo Borden, Warren French, LaVeta Queen, Chris Schlenz, Channell Townsley, Brian Willis, Gladys Jones, Judy East, Vicky Hollandsworth, Virginia McBride, Cheryl Kitson, Martha White and Myrtle Thompson. We are looking forward to being in the parade at the gun and dog auction. A coming event in our home Aug. 30 will be Hawaiian Day. Everyone will dress in the brightest clothing and we will have a Hawaiian dinner. The Aloha Luana Dancers will be here to entertain us. When your doctor says you need medidm, mk your doctor to write a prescription w cell atthe GRAND LEADER PHARMACY THE PHARMACY FOR LEWIS COUNTY Comp/ete Pharmacy Serv/ce Gram Leader Nutrition program of indicated 'outstanding' Reports from the Missouri Division of Aging indicate the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging has provided outstanding service in its nutrition program during the past fiscal year. The Northeast AKA is one of I0 area agencies in the state. These programs are funded through the Older Ameri- cans Act of 1965, as amended, and the Missouri Division of Aging. Northeast receives only 5.86 percent of the nutrition funds distributed in the state, or ranks 9th out of 10 agencies for funds received; but provides the fourth highest number of meals in the state. During fiscal year 1985 which ran from July I, 1984, through June 30, 1985, the agency subcontractors pro- vided 749,802 meals or 11.8 percent of the 6,332,859 meals served in the state. The agency funds the third highest number of senior centers, 33. The nutrition program operates six days a week serving noon meals in either a congregate setting at the senior centers or on a home-delivered basis. A second daily meal as well as a meal on the seventh day is also available. All meals provide one-third of an adult's daily nutrition require- ment. Sixteen counties are served by the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging. They include Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Pike, Rails, Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby and Warren. Fo’ about the aging program center in your in Kirksville, STONE NEWS With the weathe/'l took walks Mary Simmons Lansingburg, Friday afternoo" Mrs. Wayne Mary's daughter. LaBelle for soft On Friday wiener roast at Mrs. Scott She went with Adams and sons. Several of the sale of Mr. Hutcherson Sykes stayed basket dinner Baptist Church. Sunday with his Earl Walker Check Your Don't Miss Canton Ins. A Life • Health • Farm • JOE Local Independent Agent M-F 8:30-4:30 S00i#N6 THE TPJ-STATES i PHONE 314 288-5251 • ". PUBLIC In order to settle the estate of Grace Guilfoil, we will 1, household, antiques, collectibles, etc., located at 304 N. N. of Casey's Store and one block west then 1st Mo., on Sunday, August • 12:50 p.m. Household 1, Frigidaire 30" electric range; Frigidaire 17' frost older style refrigerator; Frigidaire Super refrigerator; 1 dryer; Maytag automatic washer; Kenmore and washers; chrome dinette table w-6 chairs; 2 dinette wooden drop leaf table w-4 chairs; floral color swivel 1 swivel rockers; other odd chairs; brown couch and tables; &piece blond bedroom set; 4-piece blond white bedroom set; 2 metal beds; roll-away bed; baby : desk; record player; table lamps; bevel wall mirror; stand table; wooden kitchen cabinet; Bentwood double well sink; tubs; odds and ends of pots, electrical appliances; linens;" wooden wardrobe Christmas decorations; lawn and garden tools; 20" etc. • Antiques and Coilectibles • Oak dresser w-mirror; oak dresser base; oak • fern stand; mahogany stand table; painted w-one drawer; wooden smoking stand; dresser walnut cane bottom dresser seat; dresser w-bevel dining room table; sewing table; child's high chair; handmade bedspread and pillow cases, pictures frames; 2 oak kitchen chairs; maple round parlor mowers; crocks; granite cup; dresser set; Quldruple blue salt crock w-lid; Hull pottery; 2 Red Wing Roseville planter; copper plated boiler; kerosene lamp; baskets; Wards tea can; Czechoslovakia planter; w-birds; Chinese checker board; etc. Glassware • Fancy unmarked bowl w-roses; other Nippon hand-painted cup, saucer and spoon; Blue Willow cup; fancy blue bowl; pink etched bowl; depression glass; milk glass powder jar and other glass cream and sugar and other pressed glass; stone  glass dog candy container; etched stem glasses and Vaseline glass bowl; bud vases; Red Dot mixing holder; plate collection; corn salt & pepper shakers; as cream and sugar, cups and saucers; Fire King • Luster ware; oatmeal glass; and many, many • Terms: cash • Lunch on grounds e , Grace Guilfoil Estate • Hayes Auction Service • Bill Hayes Knox City, Mo. 816-434-5282 m iiim GENERAL NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 191k Scenes from 'Fortune Teller' Unmounted police The financial condition of the mythical country of Livonia does not permit replacement of horses shot out from under the Royal Mounted Hussars, who are reduced to makeshift mounts --stick horses. The'Captain, of course, played by Todd Leftwich, rides the mammoth hobby horse, in a musical number from the Victor Herbert comic operetta now playing at the Golden Eagle in Canton. PRAIRIE VIEW NEWS & VIEWS Monday afternoon the residents enjoyed playing games of ring toss, checkers, and working on puzzles. Refreshments of cookies and Kool-Aid were served. Monday evening the Canton Methodist Church was here to play evening bingo with the residents. Our residents enjoy the many nice prizes that they bring and enjoy visiting with them. Tuesday morning these residents went for a van ride to Canton: Adna Benson, Cecil Shives, Maxine Hamil- ton, Mary Williams, Annie Welsch, James Petre. Edgar Tate, Harry Walker and George Kroeger. We drove down by the river and watched a barge going through, and enjoyed ice cream cones at Deters Dairy. Tuesday afternoon these residents enjoyed a ride to LaBelle: Charlie Farnsworth, Lorena Kroeger, Telletta Peacock, Opal Stewart, Clayton Haines, Bill Homrighausen, Vernon Garnett and Lottie Balsar. We drove out to the new lake and stopped by the Dari Nook for ice cream. Tuesday night we enjoyed band music by Willard Hetzler, Larry, Gillespie, Doc Edwards, Herman Hutton, Spud Geltmaker and Maxine Short. Residents enjoyed popcorn and lemonade. Wednesday the residents enjoyed a picnic outside at lunch time. Wednes- day afternoon an ice cream social was held with lots in attendance. Thursday morning there was no Bible study due to Hey. Wilbur Sharpe being out of town. We look forward to his visit next week. Father Hoffman from the Ewing Queen of Peace Catholic Church was here to have communion with those of the faith. Clarence Fisher had a birthday this week. Other activities this week have included daily exercises, reality class, remotivation classes, and coffee breaks. We appreciate everyone for all their donations to our nursing home. Just a reminder about the We Care Club ball tournament Aug. 17-18 at the LaBelle Ball Park. In title role Carol Fisher Mathieson plays ,,Musette," the gypsy fortune teller, in the Golden Eagle production of "The Fortune Teller." The show will continue tonight through Sunday. Reservations for most performances are still available. LaGrange Lions Club is sponsoring a DIABETES CLINIC Public Invited ZAKIAH S. ALl, M.D. Guest Speaker Thursday, August 22, 7:30 p.m. LaGrange Lions Hall Main Street, LaGrange, Missouri LEWIS CO. NURSING HOME The nursing home is having an ice cream social on Saturday, Aug. 31, from 2 to 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now from any staff member or resident. The price is $1 and covers homemade ice cream and cake, choice of drink, entertainment by the Harold Shalton band and a drawing for prizes every hour. In addition a cake walk will be held. Be sure and get your ticket and don't miss out on the fun. Activities for the week include sing-along and rhythm hand with Elsie Brinkley of LaGrange, bingo, hymn sing with the Canton Baptist Church, Bible quiz, table ball, Bible stories with Rev. Chuck Long of the Canton Christian Church, quilting class meet, kick ball, Sunday school with Rev. Wilbur Sharpe of Lewistown, gospel music with Rev. Paul Kinney of Canton and alert mind group meet. Marilyn Job, activity director, attended a 2-day training session in Columbia to receive credit for certification. Residents and staff extend sympathy to the family of Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig. Mrs. Bessie Reed enjoyed having her grandchildren and great grandchildren visit her Sunday, including two sets of four generations. Her grandson from Laguna Beach, Calif., and great grandson, Austin, were also visitors. Church services for Aug. 18 is with Rev. Milton Baumgardner, Canton First Baptist. We appreciate the donation of sweet corn from Mike and Charlotte Sommers. Congratulations to "Larry Cameron", employee of the month of August. Larry is a CNA and works on the 3 to 11 shift. John S. Lanham of Zephyrhills, Fla.. entertained on his banjo Monday afternoon. OATS BUS , 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 LA BELLE MANOR HAPPENINGS Thursday evening the Manor nesma a get acquainted supper for Dr. Nickerson and family. Approximately 50 people were present to welcome the doctor and his family to the community. Friday a trip was made to Blessing Hospital to get Bertie Frame. Judy East, Warren French, Virginia McBride, Vicky Hollandsworth, Chan- nell Townsley, Doc Holliday and Louise Shahan also made the trip. Friday afternoon the residents played bingo. Sunday the Christian Church held services for the residents. Monday Ellen Montague, Brian Willis, Myrl Moore, Laveta Queen, Myrtle Thomp- son, Cbannell Townsley, Judy East, Martha White, Lowell Autrey, Doc Holliday and .Louise Shahan attended ceramic class at the Pour Palace. Tuesday was movie afternoon with refreshments of soda and popcorn. Wednesday everyone enjoyed ice cream in the afternoon. Louise Shahan, Ellen Montague and Doc Holliday are attending a camping session at the Rainbow Camp at Chillicothe. Cherie Hustead took the residents and remained with them. Wilda Tripp was visited by her great granddaughter of one month of age. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy of St. Louis. Thursday we made a trip to Edina for a picnic in the park. Following lunch we went to the gun and dog auction at Colony. Those attending the picnic were Leo Borden, Warren French, LaVeta Queen, Chris Schlenz, Channell Townsley, Brian Willis, Gladys Jones, Judy East, Vicky Hollandsworth, Virginia McBride, Cheryl Kitson, Martha White and Myrtle Thompson. We are looking forward to being in the parade at the gun and dog auction. A coming event in our home Aug. 30 will be Hawaiian Day. Everyone will dress in the brightest clothing and we will have a Hawaiian dinner. The Aloha Luana Dancers will be here to entertain us. When your doctor says you need medidm, mk your doctor to write a prescription w cell atthe GRAND LEADER PHARMACY THE PHARMACY FOR LEWIS COUNTY Comp/ete Pharmacy Serv/ce Gram Leader Nutrition program of indicated 'outstanding' Reports from the Missouri Division of Aging indicate the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging has provided outstanding service in its nutrition program during the past fiscal year. The Northeast AKA is one of I0 area agencies in the state. These programs are funded through the Older Ameri- cans Act of 1965, as amended, and the Missouri Division of Aging. Northeast receives only 5.86 percent of the nutrition funds distributed in the state, or ranks 9th out of 10 agencies for funds received; but provides the fourth highest number of meals in the state. During fiscal year 1985 which ran from July I, 1984, through June 30, 1985, the agency subcontractors pro- vided 749,802 meals or 11.8 percent of the 6,332,859 meals served in the state. The agency funds the third highest number of senior centers, 33. The nutrition program operates six days a week serving noon meals in either a congregate setting at the senior centers or on a home-delivered basis. A second daily meal as well as a meal on the seventh day is also available. All meals provide one-third of an adult's daily nutrition require- ment. Sixteen counties are served by the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging. They include Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Pike, Rails, Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby and Warren. Fo’ about the aging program center in your in Kirksville, STONE NEWS With the weathe/'l took walks Mary Simmons Lansingburg, Friday afternoo" Mrs. Wayne Mary's daughter. LaBelle for soft On Friday wiener roast at Mrs. Scott She went with Adams and sons. Several of the sale of Mr. Hutcherson Sykes stayed basket dinner Baptist Church. Sunday with his Earl Walker Check Your Don't Miss Canton Ins. A Life • Health • Farm • JOE Local Independent Agent M-F 8:30-4:30 S00i#N6 THE TPJ-STATES i PHONE 314 288-5251 • ". PUBLIC In order to settle the estate of Grace Guilfoil, we will 1, household, antiques, collectibles, etc., located at 304 N. N. of Casey's Store and one block west then 1st Mo., on Sunday, August • 12:50 p.m. Household 1, Frigidaire 30" electric range; Frigidaire 17' frost older style refrigerator; Frigidaire Super refrigerator; 1 dryer; Maytag automatic washer; Kenmore and washers; chrome dinette table w-6 chairs; 2 dinette wooden drop leaf table w-4 chairs; floral color swivel 1 swivel rockers; other odd chairs; brown couch and tables; &piece blond bedroom set; 4-piece blond white bedroom set; 2 metal beds; roll-away bed; baby : desk; record player; table lamps; bevel wall mirror; stand table; wooden kitchen cabinet; Bentwood double well sink; tubs; odds and ends of pots, electrical appliances; linens;" wooden wardrobe Christmas decorations; lawn and garden tools; 20" etc. • Antiques and Coilectibles • Oak dresser w-mirror; oak dresser base; oak • fern stand; mahogany stand table; painted w-one drawer; wooden smoking stand; dresser walnut cane bottom dresser seat; dresser w-bevel dining room table; sewing table; child's high chair; handmade bedspread and pillow cases, pictures frames; 2 oak kitchen chairs; maple round parlor mowers; crocks; granite cup; dresser set; Quldruple blue salt crock w-lid; Hull pottery; 2 Red Wing Roseville planter; copper plated boiler; kerosene lamp; baskets; Wards tea can; Czechoslovakia planter; w-birds; Chinese checker board; etc. Glassware • Fancy unmarked bowl w-roses; other Nippon hand-painted cup, saucer and spoon; Blue Willow cup; fancy blue bowl; pink etched bowl; depression glass; milk glass powder jar and other glass cream and sugar and other pressed glass; stone  glass dog candy container; etched stem glasses and Vaseline glass bowl; bud vases; Red Dot mixing holder; plate collection; corn salt & pepper shakers; as cream and sugar, cups and saucers; Fire King • Luster ware; oatmeal glass; and many, many • Terms: cash • Lunch on grounds e , Grace Guilfoil Estate • Hayes Auction Service • Bill Hayes Knox City, Mo. 816-434-5282 m iiim