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Catholic Church She was a homemaker and worked at Sheller Globe in Keo- Additional music was pro- paintings of Gary Butler kuk, In retiring after 27 vided by granddaughter, A South Carolina na- The show will begin years Following her re- JessiKirchner. tive, Gen. McCoy was tirement, she managed the Pallbearers were Sam commissioned through the Thursday, Sept. 7, with an opening reception at 7 Old Irish Gift Shop in St. Daughtry, Steve Daughtry, Officer Training School in p.m followed by a gallery Patrick and enjoyed the Matt Kirchner, Curt July 1976 and has served talk at 7:30 p.m. The ex- many visitors that, stopped Kirchner, Nicholas Hinke'- in a variety of command hibit will run through by from all around the beinandLeshe Hardin and staff assignments. He world, She enjoyed watch- Burial was in the St. began his career as a logis- Wednesday, Sept. 27. The ing the birds around her Patrick Cemetery. tics officer with the Air event is free and open to the public. home, especially the Visihtion was Monday Force Communications Butler, of West Central hummingbirds she worked at Wilson Funeral Home in Service and was then as-Illinois, is most locally hard to attract She was Kahoka. A Rosary was signed as a senior man- known as a wildlife artist. most happy when she was held at 7 p.m. agement consultant with He has also been painting surrounded by her family Memorials may be Prior to his current as- commissioned portraits in and friends made to the St. Patrick signment, Gen. McCoy was the Chicago area for the Survivors include her Cemetery or the Arthritis the Director of Logistics past 20 years. Living the husband of St. Patrick, Foundation and Sustainment, Head- better part of his life along Mo; four sons: Clinton Condolences may be quarters Air Force Mate- the Mississippi River, his Kirchner and his wife, expressed on-lineat riel Command, Wright- work is a]s0 hig! lL u:, . - -Plttt r on" .Ail b s riv .Iff :.' vcns " lan 6apes Kirch r androids' ; wifewilsonfh. .: . " - . : Jennyl of Eldohl Yo, Cfif- "" b i wla ee allery is ford Kirchner and his wife, located in C-SC's Herrick Lisa, of Russellville, Ar PFetty Puppy Pet Foundation Center and is and Craig Kirchner and his wife, Janis, of Buford, open Monday through Fri- ". day, 9a.m. to 3 p.m. For Ga; four daughters: Marcia Weekend appointments now more information, contact Hardi/t and her husband, available. Pick-up service avail- Joe Jorgensen, gallery di- Edd, of Canton, Myrna Daughtry and her hus- able Large dogs welcome rector, at (573) 288-6368. 660-754-1112 Located 20 minutes from Canton ek 35-36 on Rt. Z in Clark, County. LAY REUNION The Lay Family Reunion, REQUEST FOR BIDS was heM. on Sunday, August 27, 2006, at Lew~stown The Lewis County Industrial Development Authority is seek- ing bids for the replacement of the metal roof on the building at American Legion Hall. 900 South 4th Street in Canton, Missouri. The bid should include Those in attendance were: probable date work could begin and the costs associated with: Dang, Diane and TaylOr Lay, Mervin Lay, Marcie Lay, 1.Removal and disposal of old roof materials. Melissai Kaylie, Quintin Lay, 2. Purchase and installation of new roof materials. and Cameron Lawson, Jr. 3. New roof material should be a light colored metal with Miller, Ship and Linda Lay a KYNAR 40 year warranty finish, or equivalent. 4. New roof materials will need to be installed using #14 screws. Joan Spurgeon and Evan Lay. Also attending were Terry, The btiilding is approximately 108 feet x 52 feet, so the bid should Diane, 'and Eric Lay, Tyree be based on 60 squares of roof area. Bids should be received at Clay, Dean Lay, Donna Lay,Lewis County IDA, PO Box 74, Monticelleo, Mo 63457, or our Ursa Lay, Vincel Lay. John, office at 105 LaFayette, Monticello, no later than 4:00 p.m Sep- tember 11, 2006.The Lewis County IDA reserves the right to re- Shelly, Kelsey and Ryan Lay, ject all bids received. Byron and Hazel Perry, Eugene Lay. Larry and Cheryl wk 35-36 Lay and family. Others present were Michael Lay and Ashley Miles Recycling Center is Open Gereler, Benny and Norma 209N. 4th Street, Canton Lay, Shirley and Ronnie Lay Matthew and Edie Lay, Aaron 573-288-8002 and Ashlee Lay, Charles andWe take these items. .20Ahm Radiators (fe) Viola Williams, Linda Will-Copper .80 Copper Radiators iams Angle Capps and Jeremy$1.70 #1 Copper .50 Copper Radiators (fe) Potts. $1.65 #2 Copper .20 Heater Cores $1.55 Sheet copper. I .75 #1 Coated Copper Brass ~ore page~ More .65 #2 Coated Coppet Wire .70 Red Brass '" 70 Yellow Brass coverage, More pie.Ahmimum Ferrous .50 Cans Shreds tures, More color,10 Old sheet (scrap) $90.00 Autos .40 Cast $75.00 Cars picked up More features, More 30 Bumpers More aJver'lsln"u t g 45 Painted Siding Misc. "' .45 Extrusions .30 Stainless Steel readers,05 Breakage 03 Electric Motors than other weekly 45 Clean Aluminum wire .15 Beed Converters .45 Auto Wheels .20 Honeycomb Converters newspapers .45 Truck Wheels $3.00 Transmissions 10 Alum Turnings in N#theast Miss0 iRadiators 1.00 Batteries '.40 Alum Radiators .50 Alum/Copper Radiators The PressNews---- Same hours as Missouri Tire Member Journal Canton Monday-Fr dayTa.m.-5p.m. [ Prices subject to change any time. and Saturday 7a.m. - noon ,I PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO ! " I for" 9-11THURSDA Y, AUGUSTl n31, 2006 - PAGE R . I,', '," i, band, Danny, of Mattoon, . . . - Ill. Carol Hinkebein and IIIn llJll tJeneran to sneak at college remem.ranc ::, III'I I'PII I IIIII husband, Kevm, of [- o JUellger o1 15aldwin ville,[~i~'C~l::r' ;:~ i;i~d's ~B"':b F rcUen]~tl~e'dadi2~tees" Ga~ Ohi~en. McCoy has re- mendation Medal with oak The lecture series is an, ~ij ~ leaf duster. Gen. McCoy offering of the college's: N.Y. T. McCoy, director of logis- ceived the Legion of Merit will be promoted to the Academic and Cultural . -, tics readiness for the Dep- wzth oak leaf cluster, grade of Major General on Events program. For more a uty Chief of Staff for In- Bronze Star Medal, De- Friday, Sept. 1, in Wash- information, contact the :; son-m-law, erry stallations and Lo stics in fense Meritorious Serviceington, D.C. Communications Office at: :', Hunziker, Kahoka; a . s" . Washington, D C, will be Medal, Meritorious Service (573) 288-6337. : i:.; m~-~,~,browner, Lesxle w. ~otnns " "- - Medal with silver and [~~hange? I r~s . t ieacurea speaker uur- m s wzze, oos oi ing an Academic and Cul- bronze oak leaf dusters : ems ahSe:te{us mn y tural Events (ACE)semi- and the Air Force Cam-,y " y " " bein heard in [ ' nar. McCoy will speak at Bob of Ewlng, Mo:; sis- 7;30 p.m on Monday, Sept the Leadership and Man- / Jefferson City or Washington, D C I ::4 :r;a n:-la iranO' o ners- 11, in Merillat Recital Hall agement Development,join us in working for better representation I -. : g ma o .ns, on campus in Canton, Mo Center, Air University. A ,:. prmgvauey, iii, isaoette " car^erlo---*i---=--- / NEMO Democrats I I ] I ,Paid for bY NEMO Democrats. Lee Ann Ru.oll, Treasurer l :, :5 . " " eer field, in- " " 2006, in Blessing Hospital, dren; as well as nieces, cludin materiel and with the Defense'Logistics More MONEY in your POCKET uinc nephews, and other rela- . " Q Y" . equipment management, Agency and an .mr logistics With NEWE, arm Bureau BornAugust 22, 1930, uves. fuels vehicle mana-ement center product director. in Williamstown, Mo, sheShe was preceded, in and 'operations, d stribu- homeowners coverage was the, daughter.of Cary death by her parents; ation, personalproperty and Orlten Ortie and Veima aaugn er, wa ny r unzl er; passenger traffic manage- V Increased protection Leslie Collins. She married a son, Carl Kirchner; and a ment This includes the Clarence J Kirchner Octo- brother, Charles Colhns - ," V Reducing deductibles . : aeveiopmenz oz air force berrick 18,Mo 1949, in St. Pat- BurialA MaSSwasOf ChnstlanTuesday, combat, su-, ort .v con-. More discounts ' " ^, cep s, aoc nne, exercises ugus z006 x,u ana suscammen poncaes Kirchner graduated Shrine of St. Patrick w th ;th nm o ^ Kim Hugenberg, Agent from St. Patrick High Father Paul Hartley and w ne c n " Toll Free: 877-583-6336 retary of Defense, defense School in 1948 and was a Father James Wheeler agencies, the Joint Chiefs Culver-Stockton Col- Monticello, Mo. 63457 member of the St Patrickofficiating. Mrs. Julie of Staff, and combatant lege's Mabee Art Gallery Kirchner was organist and commanders and major will open its 2006-2007 Jason Richmond, vocahst, command staffs, season featuring the oil ~ Missouri Farm Bureau ~'~, Insurance Services i Restaurant Cafe & Steakhouse 107 S. 4th St Canton 573-288-5901 FRIDAy, September 1 - Catifish, Catfish Fitlet Buffa!o, Carp, Ribeye, N. Y. Strip, Surf ShTURDAY, September 2 - Butterfly Shrimp, 21 Shrimp Ribeye, N. Y. Strip, Surf &Turf SUNDAY BUFFET, September 3 Swiss Steak, Fried Chicken # Starting Monday, September 4 NEW HOURS - WE WILL BE OPEN M- Th. 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. % Fri. and Sat. 6 a.m. -; Sun. 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. I to help a promise: Our loan officers will roll up their sleeves and do everything possible your farm prosper, "' They're ready to get started just as soon as you contact us. Stop in today. D -n ! :1, E St~l. IIItlllll 600 Washington St, Canton, Mo, 573-288-5209 LENDER II