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Q e PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDA Y, A:I:IG T 31,2006- PAGE 14 by Hazel Wolfmeyer I Phyllis Heindselman Bert and Pat Cottrell, and her sister, Mary Lou Tummy Neal, Teddie, Reinebach, Quincy, spent Brady, Braxden and Bray- den of Palmyra, were Sun- the weekend in Washing- day lunch guests of Randy ton, Mo visiting Matthew and Pam Shurbert. The and Dayna Heindselman, children enjoyed the pad- Sheridan and Emma. The die boat in the afternoon. girls told grandma all about their first week of Russell and Phyllis school. Heindselman and Gary Shirley Shouse and and Becky George of Can- Stun and Charlotte Miner ton went out for breakfast were Friday dinner guests on Monday. Lee Crabill, Jack of their mother, Mrs. Ruth Miner. On Sunday; Don- Stiffey and John Brumett ald and Shelby Dent, Jef-attended the farm progress ferson City, were visitors show at Amana, Iowa, on of her mother, Mrs. Miner. Tuesday. Harlie and Louise co, 405 W. NEW TABLE - This picnic table made of recycled materi- als is one of several LaGrange received through a recent grant, cox NEW SIGN - A recent acquisition to the Youth Center from the LaGrange Betterment Group was this sign; The Youth Center has since received a grant from the Tracy Foundation. ' Brendon and Vienna Daugherty attended the Childers, Mason and surprise 80th birthday Mirinda, Wentzville, party of Wayne White at spent Saturday with their i : the Youth Center on Sun- grandmother, Mrs. Mar- when the equipment is in day. - garet Sturhan. They Rita Cox place. On Sunday, Larry and mowed and trimmed her PNJ Staff Reporter The majority of the Lori Moss, Palmyra and yard. new equipment will be The LaGrange Com- The Youth Center pro; her parents, Jack and The city of LaGrange placed in Washington munity Youth Center re- vides a safe environment Peggy Stiffey drove to On Friday, Jack cently received a $5000 for childrenofallages. Be" Stiffey visited with Mr. has received a grant fromPark in LaGrange. the Northeast Missouri church.Ke kuk for lunch after and Mrs. Howard Bege- Solid Waste District. partmentThe PubliChas WorkSassembledDe- Foundationgrant frOmof Mt.thesterling,Tracy sidesthe Center the nightlyprovides:activities,:Back Eilison Family Re- mann of Canton. The grant allows the the picnic tables and Ill. The Foundation has to school:,carnival, Fall union Sun. Sept 10. Noon Phyllis Heindselman, city to obtain picnic tables, benches and are in the pro- issued another grant of Harvest :Party and Teem Monticello Park. Bring Matt and Ann Keller, $5000 if the community Dance,: Winter Car i t, dish to pass and lawn Mary Lou aeinebach and trash cans and benches, all cess of installing them in will match it with $5000 of yalent'meS Day Dalai chairs. Contact Pat EUison Janet Schnoeberger had made out of recycled mate- the parks. or Nancy Geisendorfer forlunch in Quincy on rials.cost of these items was " local money. Terrible s Sum er School, learning Wednesday. $9,080.00 and with the Ca,;Ino will Mark Twain Casino is also acti iesandlifeskills. helping the Youth Center If anyone is intereS d fu her information. Clifford and Lola grant the city will be re]m- by starting the campaignin helping reach the cam Colton Daugherty spent Gares stopped by with a seventy-five per- ho,';t I: offwitha donation, paign goal please Saturday with his grand-bucket of peaches for Hazel bursed contact parents, Harlie and Louise Wolfmeyer. cent of the purchase price The funds raised will Lannie Henze (655-4158 be used to continue pro-or DerlBowman(655"4176) Daugherty. collec grams at the center and to for additional information. help in keeping it open All donations are tax de- more nights throughout the ductlble. B l, 101 S. Main The American Red week. Plans are underway Ch ek sho nldb e m-- ade Cross is holding a bl6od ,to keep the Center open h : a Bro. Jay Stinson of LaGrange, M0. 63448 driVe on Monday, Septem- five nights a week, starting New London gave the mes- ber at Terrible s Mark this fall. The grant was set c 1 " t * "" ""' -- sage at South Union Baptist 573-655-TIRE Twain Casino at 104 Pierce up.t help a comp ish tha 68448.C . Church on Sunday. Mrs. SL, in LaGrange from 3:00 goal ' I "" " i~ I I Stinson accompanied him Mon.-Set. 8:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.ITI, to 7:00p.m. : It II ! i11 "A. w'''-''i and Rachel Bringer " ' For'more :information Monday - Friday p.m Satu shared the special music, wk 34-37 Contact Jean Campbell at 9-n on I Paul and Irene Durst 800-800-0089 ext. 2503 or ,I (Open during8"5 the "-" rday oste aon I nov ,our) day evening for Louis and HOME FORSAI2E . ::;: - Nellie Snodgrass, Mary 17625 State ~']Bt~w~=y A, Monticello, Mo. and Wayne Snodgrass, Contemporary-Cedar Sided, Lounell Southard, 1687 Sq. Ft Built in 1987 :~ Mechelle Sohn and her 7 Wooded Acres M/L, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths children, Brady and Brooke. ' Lounell will be Screened porch, deck, walk out basement to patio. Stone wood returning home to E1 Paso, burning fireplace, Anderson windows, fenced yard, new landscap- Texas on Saturday. ing with garden pond. New countertops, dishwasher, microwave. Loretta Bringer at- Large master bedroom with floor tO ceiling windows and walk tended a luncheon wed- ~set. Attached oversized 2 car garaage, detached 1 1/2 car ding shower on Saturday ?' garage is workshop with in Quincy for Alaina wood stove. Storage shed, Goehl. lots of storage in house. Ray Brunk helped his 573-767-5477 neighbor, Ralph Hamrick 217-257-6413 with mowing his yard this week. Several delegates from South Union Baptist Church attended the an- nual meeting of Mount Salem Wyaconda South- ern Baptist Association on Friday night and Saturday held at the Ten Mile Baptist Church On August 22, Paul and 1st Annual Lewistown Appreciation Days Irene Durst, Linda and Saturday, September 9 Sheila Denemark met Rodney and Phillip Snod- A complete list of events in next weeks paper grass, Lounell Southard and Wayne and Mary Snodgrass for supper. . . Marvin and Loretta Bringer attended the re- tirement party for Jo Broughton at Hannibal Regional Hospital on Is there a Tuesday. Shelter agent Kim Johnson of working for you? Quincy visited her mother, Neva Tallman on Wednesdav. m l Irene Durst visited her Call today to learn more about our services. brother, Louie Snodgrass in Maple Lawn Nursing Home in Palmyra on Au- gust 23. Sales delayed Fretwell, Highland High School , Junior class magazine gent sales will be late this year due to school starting late. ISHELTER INSURANCE The junior class will be / selling, renewing sub- 1408 Lewis St Canton, Mo. scriptions, and taking or- 1-288-3734or ders for magazines from 747 the end of September and into the beginning of Octo- ber. Money earned from these sales will be used for this year's prom and the 2007 graduation ceremony, Seek Shelter 2bday!