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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDA Y, AUGUST31, 2006 - PAGE 4 NEWS by Millie Btinger by Wendy May Kegan McIntosh cele- On Friday evemng, Gene and Beverly brated his 3rd birthday on Kerri Faamoe and sons, Kern visited Dolan, August 23 at his grandpar- Nuusa and Isaac, Normal,Sharlet and Isabella ents house. Ill and also daughter,Howren at Jefferson City Attending were uncle Ruth Tamulonis and son last week. They also spent Josh and Morgan, aunt Max from Nevada, Iowa, several days at Branson Danielle and Magnum, spent the weekend with Mr. and attended the Passion great grandma, great and Mrs. George Calvert.Play at Eureka Spring, grandpa Shannon. Ark. Ellison Family Re: Kegan also went on his Mr. and Mrs. Donald union, Sun. Sept 10, Noon, first camping trip. Family Lay had Chris and Casey Monticello Park. Bring and friends who stopped by Bell and family of LaBelle dish to pass and lawn the camp for a picnic to for a visit, chairs. Contact Pat Ellison celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Virginia Lay or Nancy Geisendorfer for Kegan, his dad, Chris visited her daughter, Bar- further information. McIntosh and great bara Freeman on Tuesday Bob and Dorothy May, grandpa Shannon. at the Lewis County Nurs- Gera Hatfield and Cullen Ellison Family Re- union Sun. Sept. 10. Man- ing Home. Harrison went to Kansas Je n ni fe r M o hr,City on Thursday for fu- ticello Park. Noon. Bringdaughter of Chad Mohr and neral services for Kelly dish to pass and lawn Granddaughter of DarleanBatman. Kelly is chairs. Contact Pat Ellison Mohr, Canton, was Dorothy's son-in-law's or Nancy Geiscndodrfcr crowned 2nd runner up atbrother. They came home for further information, the Kahoka Blue Grass Pat and LeAn Logsdon, Festival last week. on Friday afternoon. Liberty, Mo visited De- Virgina Yancy at- loris Shannon. They went G a r y W a r n e r, tended a family reunion at Quincy which was held at out for dinner and stayed Burlington, Iowa, spent the Jackson Park. She was the the weekend. They also day with his mother, Mary oldest person attending. visited Patsy Logsdon in Warner, on Sunday. Thomas and DeAnna Hannibal and Phyllis Danny and Aaron Lay Chillion, Michael, Gre- Eisenberg in Maywood. went to Maywood to visit gory, Steven and Bert Walt Davis took his Wanda Pendell and help Kreps were supper guests mother, Mary Easley to the her get ready for a sale. doctor in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay left last Saturday for Ok- lahoma to attend a funeral on Monday for her sister- in-law Arlene Bradburry in Duncan, Oklahoma. They visited her mother, Lora Robertson at Meridan Nursing Home at Com- manche, Oklahoma. They of Russell and Wendy May on Saturday. They later played cards. Dan, Linda and Aaron Schmitz spent several days at the Missouri State Fair. Aaron Schmitz at- tended an ICOM business radio dealers meeting and training sessions in Des Moines, Iowa on August 23 and 24. Dan and Linda Schmitz attended the 50th anniversary of the Estab- lishment of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jeffer- son City on August 26 in the Columbia Exposition Cen- by Wanda Williams ter. Dan was a banner Nobel Peace Prize Laure- bearer. Tony and Sharon. ate Doctor Wangari Cain of LaBelle also at- Maathal, founder of The tended as representativesGreen Belt Movement, a of Queen of Peace Church grass roots non-govern- in Ewing. Several others mental organization; Dr. fr o m s u r r o u n d i n g Jeffrey Sachs, special ad- Bob and Betty Meyer, est mountain. Canton, Mo recently At the conference, joined thousands of like- Shaklee named Dr. Maathal the Global Am- minded entrepreneurs from the United States, bassador for Its a Million Canada, Mexico, Japan, Trees,' A Million and Malaysia at Shaklee DreamsTM' environmen- Corporation's 50th An- tal restoration program. Shaklee also announced niversary conference, in San Francisco, on August its sponsorship of award 16.20. winning Arctic explorer Shaklee conference Will Steger and his fourth attendees heard from in- expedition to the Arctic ternationally - recognized Circle, called Global speakers, including: 2004 Warming 101. "It's exciting to be part of an organization that cares so much for the health of people and the planet," said Meyer. "The conference inspired me to safeguard the well being of visor to United Nations my family and my cam- Secretary-General Kofi munity, and to redouble Annan and co-founder of my personal environmen- Millennium Promise, a tal protection efforts." multinational plan to Meyer started her halve global poverty and health and wellness out- hunger by the year 2015; reach 34 years ago, and has Rudolph W. Glulliani, found that helping others former two-term Mayor of learn about the benefits of a New York City, and Erlk wellness program has led Welhenmayer, the first to a successful home-based parishes, including Can- ton and LaGrange were also in attendance. There will be a Meet the Teachers Night at High- land Elementary School on Thursday, August 31, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. school supplies for the year blind man in history to business. For more infor- 2007. Members agreed to reach the summit of Mount matioan contact Betty do this. Further informa- Everest, the world's high- Meyer at 573-288-5672. tion as to supplies needed will be provided at a later date. Doris Wright and Bev- The Canton Civic Club Mr. and Mrs. Ed met in the home of Donna Geisendorfer attended Pierce on August 15, 2006, with 10 members present. Our theme for the year Prairie Days at Perry, Ill has been "Good Health - on Saturday. Words to Live by". Mere- Louise Schaffer of bers were asked to answer Clarksville spent Sundayrole call with the ways and Monday with Dell they have improved their Bronestine. health over the summer. Sharon Scifres visited Rosemary Taylor, gave erly Hamilton volunteered to host Bingo at the Senior Center on Aug. 24th. Members were in- formed that Kay Dodd, Roberta Willis and Katharine Sills had picked up trash along White Street recently. The next meeting will be held in the home of Betty Hendrickson on Sep- tember 19th. Members are er A u tomo tive Ownerr Tractl Elder i Engine Repair '~ " Brake Specialists Shocks & Struts Starters, Alternators Batteries, Oil, Transmissions Lube & Suspension Computer Diagnostics Tune Ups Electrical A/C Frame & Unibody Repairs Rt. P, Canton Office 573-288-0300 Cell 573-406-2160 visited Mr. and Mrs. Erma Ray on Sunday af- the treasurer's report. It Robert McNeill of Velma, ternoon. was decided that the Civic Okla Ruth Gage of Man-,Mr. apd Mrs. Sam Lay. C!ub would enters float in nford, iDkla::" and Nora visited Mr. and Mrs. tl e "'Culv4 r- 6cktb'i Benito Pauls Valley, lace Cook at cotiand H0mecoming Parade: Cb- Okla. They also stayed County Care Center at mmittee consisting of Kay with Tom Bradburry in Memphis. Bader and Donna Pierce Duncan, Okla. Bob and Sharon Veatchwill be in charge of that Kenny and Wanda Williams met John and Terri Williams, Seth and Shannen in Canton for lunch. They went to Kenny and Wanda Williams for a visit. Leona Hinton spent the day on Saturday with her Sister, Karen Bisby, shop- ping in Fort Madison. Nancy Casebier picked up Jeffrey and Jor- dan Berhorst and met Nancy Berhorst in Quincy on Friday evening to at- tend Germanfest. Rick and Sharon Hin- ton, Clay and Tyler, were lunch guests of Bruce and Lois Hinton. Rev. Tim Smith vis- i:ted Erma Ray on Wednesday afternoon. Sally McChristy, Quincy, was a Wednesday lunch guest of Dell Brones- tine. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay attended a birthday dinner for Elizabeth Lay in the home of Greg Lay in Han- fiibal on Saturday. visited Karen Veatch on Sunday evening, project. Patty Meldrum has re- quested help in providing Home is where your loved one wants to be Home Health Care Covering 102 counties with I1 offices across Missouri More Reasons to Select Premier Home Health Care: Premium nursing care Shopping, errands and transportation Nursing care for children with disabilities Help with medications Assistance with personal cares Housekeeping & Laundry Meal preparation & dietary assistance For the best IN-Home Health Services in Missouri, Contact 660-727-2388 Or Stop By Our Office at 166 W. Main, Kahoka, MO www.premierhomehealth.com The Press-News Journal office will be closed Monday, September 4, in observance of Labor Day. Deadline remains at noon on Tuesday. A drop box is located to the right of the front door to the Press-News Journal, for those who wish to submit advertsing and news on Monday. Those with news or ads are encouraged to submit items earlier than Tuesday. to bring their favorite rec- ipe for soup: The parent-teacher conference is an important element in establishing a part- nership with your child's teacher. Nothing beats a face'to-face meeting to dis- Cuss your child's progress and needs. The conference is a chance for parents to ask questions and tell teachers what they need to know to understand children better. It's also an opportunity for the teacher to explain the curriculum and to use children's own work to demonstrate their progress. Teachers want parents to leave the conference understanding where their child is academically and socially. Never be afraid to ask questions. Here are a few questions you may want to ask: [] How well does my child get along with classmates? [] What are my child's best and worst subjects? How can I help my child improve? [] Does my child follow directions? [] What tests has my child had? What do the scores indicate about my child's progress? D Does my child need help in any academic area or need to be referred to school specialists? When you return home, your child will be curious about the conference. Share the details of the conference. Praise strengths before discussing any changes or new plans. And let children know that they have your support. These tips brought to you by the Missouri State Teachers Association and your newspaper. THIS SERIES IS SPONSO m --. Baslk vv~vt~. Firs t-tr e de r a I- Bank. c o n~ Member 600 Washington St, Canton, Mo, 573-.288-5209 FDIC OPPORTUNITY