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CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, Page '5 b MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL BAYNE iversary to be noted Russell Bayne of Mr. and Mrs. Bayne were married Celebrate their 50th Aug. 16, 1935, in the Christian with an open parsonage in Palmyra, by the Rev. 4 P.m. Sunday, Aug. Bundy. Christian Church. Mrs. Bayne is the former lone hosted by their Glaves, daughter of the late Mr. and (Sally) Savage Mrs. Frank Glaves of Lewistown. Relatives and Bayne, a retired farmer, is the son of invited. The couple the late Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bayne. NS was held July hall at Taylor. A followed by games were: Frieden of and Adrianne Ill.; Roy and Ia. ; Ida Joy Frieden and Frieden of Elgin, of Fayette, Ia.; Ft. Myers. Fla.; West Union, Ia.; of Beatrice, Toni and Eddie of Lincoln, King, Lori and and Margaret Greg, Phyllis Frieden and Dwayne and Amy Ill.; Lena Engaged Merle Seals" celebrated 35th Mr. and Mrs. David Griesbaum of Maywood have announced the engage- ment of their daughter, Paula Linn, to Jamie L. Schroder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shoop of Maywood and Larry Schroder of Durham. The wedding will be the event of Sept. 21 in the South Union Baptist Church at Maywood. Miss Griesbaum is a 1985 graduate of Highland High School, Ewing. Sehroder is a 1981 graduate of Highland High School and is now employed at Huck Fixture Co. in Quincy. with carry-in supper Aug. 10 A carry-in supper was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Seals of Lewistown for their 35th anniversary by their children and grandchildren on Aug. 10 at the home of Terry Seals of Lewistown. Those present were Phil and Diane, Shelly, Ryan and Shannon Stone of Steffenville, Lyle and Debbie, Julie and Justin Seals, Rick and Denise, Beth and Josh Sharpe, Terry and Diane, Brett and Troy Seals, Norman and Norma Jean Myers, Junior and Betty Stone, all of Lewistown; John Seals of Durham; Edna WaRe of Lima; and Donald and Evelyn WaRe and Florence Bernard of Quincy. Merle and Virginia Seals were married Aug. 9, which they also celebrated by dining at the Quincy Motor Inn with Joe and Louise Smith on Friday evening. Patti lob complimented with shower; to wed August 17 Miss Patti Job was complimented with a bridal shower Saturday, Aug. I0, hosted by Tina Owsley, Lori Hudnut and Lori Legg, in the home of Miss Owsley. Miss Job and John Berhorst will be married Saturday, Aug. 17, in the First Baptist Church in Canton. Games were played with prizes going to Lesa Gaus and Mrs. Stan Uldmeyer. Other guests were Marie Berhorst, Marilyn Job, Lisa Pearl, Kim Lay, Rose Spurgeon, Cindy Murphy, Jill Davis, Debbie Legg, Tracy Taylor, Kelly Phillips, Terri Tobin, Cathy Job, Anne Fryer, Gina Berhorst, Patti Mathieson and Libby Davis. Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Jennifer Brown and Shelly Wheeler. Family picnic honored Tony and Ronda Whitaker Tony and Ronda (Farr) Whitaker Lavern Whitaker, Michael and Tam- were guests of honors at a family picnic Saturday evening, Aug. 3. The post-wedding celebration was hosted by the groom's father, step mother and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, Amber, Brenda, Catie and Chrissie, at their home south of Ewing Those attending were Mrs. Helen Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker, Angie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. my, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Crabill, Erin Crabill, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Whitaker, Staci and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whiiaker, Mrs. Phylis Whitaker and Marlow Whitaker, all of Ewing; Marvin and Carrie Whitaker of Chicago; Stephen Whitaker of Des Moines; Kim James of Bridgeton; Jeff Crabill and Gary Wiseman of La- Grange; Mike Geisendofer of Lewis- town; and BOb Riley of Kirksvillp llllllll News of Clubs g Organizations Ewing TOPS Ewing TOPS held its regular meeting Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. at the senior center. Dariva Lair read an article on how to stick to a reducing diet. Loser of the week was Margret Bringer. Winners of take-it-off contest were Mike Mohr, Dariva Lair, Lori Hogan, Darlene Van Thun, June Brenner, Margret Bringer and Carol Mobr. The meeting closed with the TOPS pledge. Better Home Builders Extension Club The Better Home Builders Extension Club held its annual picnic at the home of Helen Land. Ada Schmid gave the devotional. A thank you note was read from Belle Baxter regarding her reception. The date for the Thanksgiving dinner at Organic Acres will be decided upon in September. There was discussion about Old Settlers Day queen and princess candidates and the Holiday Showcase committee meeting. The next meeting will be Sept. 12 at the home of Fay Maddox. Town & Country Club The Lewistown Town & Country Club met Aug. 5 in the home of Mrs. Hazel McAfee. In the absence of the president, Hazel McAfee called the meeting to order by all repeating the pledge to the flag. Seven members answered roll call and one guest was present. Mrs. Beulah Gould had the program. She introduced her granddaughter, Sharon Lynn Gould. She gave an interesting talk about her work as a nurse and many interesting points about arthritis. The meeting closed with all reciting the club collect. Refresbanents were served. and Lucille Thomas. Seven Hills Extension Club The Seven Hills Extension Club held its annual family picnic at Wakonda State Park near LaGrange Monday evening, Aug. 5. All eight regular members with some of their family members were present and the picnic dinner was enjoyed by all. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ferlin Kimberley and Tony, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz, Larry and Jared, Mrs. Norris Hinton, Arlin, Nathan and Jerry, Melissa Prather, Deanna and Maehell Hinton, Mrs. Nancy Breeding, Mike Jones and Lori Kaylor. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Norris Hinton. MR. AND MRS. JOHN ELDON VAN METER To celebrate 35th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Eldnn Van Meter of Lewistown will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with open house Sunday, Sept. 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the First Baptist Church in Lewistown. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts. John Eldon Van Meter and Margie Jean Adkins were married Sept. 2, 1950, by the Rev. AI Baumgartner in the First Baptist Church in Lewistow Their attendants were J. W. Van Meter and Nellie Dral/owki Bernath. They have lived at Lewistown all their married life. They have three children: John Douglas of town, Dennis Eldon of Anderson, Ind,; and Holly Jean Wiley of Palmyra; and two granddaughters and two grandsons. "'Singles" dance club formed For those looking for things to do Room at the Quincy Mall. For more "solo", a brand new square dance club information, or to sign up, eallRuth at for "singles only" is being formed. 222-8020, ext. 227 weekdays from s4:$o The club will begin on the first and 2-7392 after 4:30 p.m. and EMT refresher course to be held in Quincy Frieden of Blessing Hospital in Quincy will Ann and Matt present a 20-hour refresher course for Ill.; Carrie Emergency Medical Technicians Bob and Cindy (EMTs). In addition to 48 hours of of Metamora, Ill.; continuing education and a current Jeff and Jay, CPR card, the State of Illinois and the Diane Augs- National Registry require EMTs to Heather and attend a refresher course prior to Hoenes, Gene and being recertified. Marsha Riney The course will be held Sept. 5, 12, and Mary Frieden and 19, and Oct. 3 and I0, in Classroom Lori Marquart "F" of Blessing Hospital, from 6 to 10 Eleanor Yaekley, p.m. Any EMT whose certification Dean and Kahnka; Grace Frieden, Steve and expires on or before Dec. 31, 1985, is Seth, Jay and Diane Bunger, Troy, Craig and Chase, encouraged to attend. The course fee is Wiegand, Holly Marie Frieden, Obert Bohon, Herman $25. Hoerr, Lisa and Connie Frieden and family of For further information and to Jeann Wiegand, LaGrange; Dorothy Ellison of Canton; Those present were Vernita Holbert, preregister contact Jane Peterson, Hoerr, Elizabeth Larry and Pat Ellison, Tami, Shelly June Brenner, Veia Bronson, Freeda EMT instructor, (217) 223-5811, ext. Emma Hoerr of and Amy Ellison of Ewing; and Allen Luker, Bertie Logan, Beulah Gotdd, 1751. Monday in October, 7th, and will meet weekends. from 7:30-I0 p.m. in the Community IN HONOR OF WEDOING ANNIVERSARY OF MELVIN & MARY VAUGHN ,, THE LANDING ,,  AUGUST 17 - 8-12 P.M. mENDS #tn wttcoM[ m| m, /': \\; ..TO' DTEe$| ." r..IA EFFECTIVE AUG. l&20 fill ___ Cookies in Vanilla and Southern Choc. Pie 25 '199 A DIP % GAL HOT HAM SANDWICH 1 Orange $ Lemon Drink o_69 I I 1_ o,00o 49 Quarters I I II I II III HOT TURTLE SUPREME i iiiml I I I FROZEN SPOON MALTS 5 Small Fountain Soda '1.45 59L ill' I" J I " II I Ill l BREAKFAST osCAR MAYU COLD CEREAL WITH SLICED BOLOGNA A SOUD NYLON PLUSH IN : one order French Fr/es : 5 qt. ice cream : ,, tosoz Aug. 1-4; 7-11; 14-18 ,,.. , ,,. --- Golde agle Riverboat Ozer Theatre I]E][_ , ...... , c,., .ox ,, .o ,,,,, ..... ,e DAIRY J ANNEY BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE 314 258-$275   , CKNTON. o. for Reservations N .-7_. see SOUTH r. sl'mm', otm'om ALO IN PALMYRA & HANNIAL CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, Page '5 b MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL BAYNE iversary to be noted Russell Bayne of Mr. and Mrs. Bayne were married Celebrate their 50th Aug. 16, 1935, in the Christian with an open parsonage in Palmyra, by the Rev. 4 P.m. Sunday, Aug. Bundy. Christian Church. Mrs. Bayne is the former lone hosted by their Glaves, daughter of the late Mr. and (Sally) Savage Mrs. Frank Glaves of Lewistown. Relatives and Bayne, a retired farmer, is the son of invited. The couple the late Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bayne. NS was held July hall at Taylor. A followed by games were: Frieden of and Adrianne Ill.; Roy and Ia. ; Ida Joy Frieden and Frieden of Elgin, of Fayette, Ia.; Ft. Myers. Fla.; West Union, Ia.; of Beatrice, Toni and Eddie of Lincoln, King, Lori and and Margaret Greg, Phyllis Frieden and Dwayne and Amy Ill.; Lena Engaged Merle Seals" celebrated 35th Mr. and Mrs. David Griesbaum of Maywood have announced the engage- ment of their daughter, Paula Linn, to Jamie L. Schroder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shoop of Maywood and Larry Schroder of Durham. The wedding will be the event of Sept. 21 in the South Union Baptist Church at Maywood. Miss Griesbaum is a 1985 graduate of Highland High School, Ewing. Sehroder is a 1981 graduate of Highland High School and is now employed at Huck Fixture Co. in Quincy. with carry-in supper Aug. 10 A carry-in supper was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Seals of Lewistown for their 35th anniversary by their children and grandchildren on Aug. 10 at the home of Terry Seals of Lewistown. Those present were Phil and Diane, Shelly, Ryan and Shannon Stone of Steffenville, Lyle and Debbie, Julie and Justin Seals, Rick and Denise, Beth and Josh Sharpe, Terry and Diane, Brett and Troy Seals, Norman and Norma Jean Myers, Junior and Betty Stone, all of Lewistown; John Seals of Durham; Edna WaRe of Lima; and Donald and Evelyn WaRe and Florence Bernard of Quincy. Merle and Virginia Seals were married Aug. 9, which they also celebrated by dining at the Quincy Motor Inn with Joe and Louise Smith on Friday evening. Patti lob complimented with shower; to wed August 17 Miss Patti Job was complimented with a bridal shower Saturday, Aug. I0, hosted by Tina Owsley, Lori Hudnut and Lori Legg, in the home of Miss Owsley. Miss Job and John Berhorst will be married Saturday, Aug. 17, in the First Baptist Church in Canton. Games were played with prizes going to Lesa Gaus and Mrs. Stan Uldmeyer. Other guests were Marie Berhorst, Marilyn Job, Lisa Pearl, Kim Lay, Rose Spurgeon, Cindy Murphy, Jill Davis, Debbie Legg, Tracy Taylor, Kelly Phillips, Terri Tobin, Cathy Job, Anne Fryer, Gina Berhorst, Patti Mathieson and Libby Davis. Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Jennifer Brown and Shelly Wheeler. Family picnic honored Tony and Ronda Whitaker Tony and Ronda (Farr) Whitaker Lavern Whitaker, Michael and Tam- were guests of honors at a family picnic Saturday evening, Aug. 3. The post-wedding celebration was hosted by the groom's father, step mother and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitaker, Amber, Brenda, Catie and Chrissie, at their home south of Ewing Those attending were Mrs. Helen Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker, Angie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. my, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Crabill, Erin Crabill, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Whitaker, Staci and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whiiaker, Mrs. Phylis Whitaker and Marlow Whitaker, all of Ewing; Marvin and Carrie Whitaker of Chicago; Stephen Whitaker of Des Moines; Kim James of Bridgeton; Jeff Crabill and Gary Wiseman of La- Grange; Mike Geisendofer of Lewis- town; and BOb Riley of Kirksvillp llllllll News of Clubs g Organizations Ewing TOPS Ewing TOPS held its regular meeting Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. at the senior center. Dariva Lair read an article on how to stick to a reducing diet. Loser of the week was Margret Bringer. Winners of take-it-off contest were Mike Mohr, Dariva Lair, Lori Hogan, Darlene Van Thun, June Brenner, Margret Bringer and Carol Mobr. The meeting closed with the TOPS pledge. Better Home Builders Extension Club The Better Home Builders Extension Club held its annual picnic at the home of Helen Land. Ada Schmid gave the devotional. A thank you note was read from Belle Baxter regarding her reception. The date for the Thanksgiving dinner at Organic Acres will be decided upon in September. There was discussion about Old Settlers Day queen and princess candidates and the Holiday Showcase committee meeting. The next meeting will be Sept. 12 at the home of Fay Maddox. Town & Country Club The Lewistown Town & Country Club met Aug. 5 in the home of Mrs. Hazel McAfee. In the absence of the president, Hazel McAfee called the meeting to order by all repeating the pledge to the flag. Seven members answered roll call and one guest was present. Mrs. Beulah Gould had the program. She introduced her granddaughter, Sharon Lynn Gould. She gave an interesting talk about her work as a nurse and many interesting points about arthritis. The meeting closed with all reciting the club collect. Refresbanents were served. and Lucille Thomas. Seven Hills Extension Club The Seven Hills Extension Club held its annual family picnic at Wakonda State Park near LaGrange Monday evening, Aug. 5. All eight regular members with some of their family members were present and the picnic dinner was enjoyed by all. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ferlin Kimberley and Tony, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz, Larry and Jared, Mrs. Norris Hinton, Arlin, Nathan and Jerry, Melissa Prather, Deanna and Maehell Hinton, Mrs. Nancy Breeding, Mike Jones and Lori Kaylor. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Norris Hinton. MR. AND MRS. JOHN ELDON VAN METER To celebrate 35th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Eldnn Van Meter of Lewistown will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with open house Sunday, Sept. 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the First Baptist Church in Lewistown. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts. John Eldon Van Meter and Margie Jean Adkins were married Sept. 2, 1950, by the Rev. AI Baumgartner in the First Baptist Church in Lewistow Their attendants were J. W. Van Meter and Nellie Dral/owki Bernath. They have lived at Lewistown all their married life. They have three children: John Douglas of town, Dennis Eldon of Anderson, Ind,; and Holly Jean Wiley of Palmyra; and two granddaughters and two grandsons. "'Singles" dance club formed For those looking for things to do Room at the Quincy Mall. For more "solo", a brand new square dance club information, or to sign up, eallRuth at for "singles only" is being formed. 222-8020, ext. 227 weekdays from s4:$o The club will begin on the first and 2-7392 after 4:30 p.m. and EMT refresher course to be held in Quincy Frieden of Blessing Hospital in Quincy will Ann and Matt present a 20-hour refresher course for Ill.; Carrie Emergency Medical Technicians Bob and Cindy (EMTs). In addition to 48 hours of of Metamora, Ill.; continuing education and a current Jeff and Jay, CPR card, the State of Illinois and the Diane Augs- National Registry require EMTs to Heather and attend a refresher course prior to Hoenes, Gene and being recertified. Marsha Riney The course will be held Sept. 5, 12, and Mary Frieden and 19, and Oct. 3 and I0, in Classroom Lori Marquart "F" of Blessing Hospital, from 6 to 10 Eleanor Yaekley, p.m. Any EMT whose certification Dean and Kahnka; Grace Frieden, Steve and expires on or before Dec. 31, 1985, is Seth, Jay and Diane Bunger, Troy, Craig and Chase, encouraged to attend. The course fee is Wiegand, Holly Marie Frieden, Obert Bohon, Herman $25. Hoerr, Lisa and Connie Frieden and family of For further information and to Jeann Wiegand, LaGrange; Dorothy Ellison of Canton; Those present were Vernita Holbert, preregister contact Jane Peterson, Hoerr, Elizabeth Larry and Pat Ellison, Tami, Shelly June Brenner, Veia Bronson, Freeda EMT instructor, (217) 223-5811, ext. Emma Hoerr of and Amy Ellison of Ewing; and Allen Luker, Bertie Logan, Beulah Gotdd, 1751. Monday in October, 7th, and will meet weekends. from 7:30-I0 p.m. in the Community IN HONOR OF WEDOING ANNIVERSARY OF MELVIN & MARY VAUGHN ,, THE LANDING ,,  AUGUST 17 - 8-12 P.M. mENDS #tn wttcoM[ m| m, /': \\; ..TO' DTEe$| ." r..IA EFFECTIVE AUG. l&20 fill ___ Cookies in Vanilla and Southern Choc. Pie 25 '199 A DIP % GAL HOT HAM SANDWICH 1 Orange $ Lemon Drink o_69 I I 1_ o,00o 49 Quarters I I II I II III HOT TURTLE SUPREME i iiiml I I I FROZEN SPOON MALTS 5 Small Fountain Soda '1.45 59L ill' I" J I " II I Ill l BREAKFAST osCAR MAYU COLD CEREAL WITH SLICED BOLOGNA A SOUD NYLON PLUSH IN : one order French Fr/es : 5 qt. ice cream : ,, tosoz Aug. 1-4; 7-11; 14-18 ,,.. , ,,. --- Golde agle Riverboat Ozer Theatre I]E][_ , ...... , c,., .ox ,, .o ,,,,, ..... ,e DAIRY J ANNEY BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE 314 258-$275   , CKNTON. o. for Reservations N .-7_. see SOUTH r. sl'mm', otm'om ALO IN PALMYRA & HANNIAL