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IBY MRS. HAROLD SCHNITZER "Gathering held at Walter Adams home A family gathering was held in the Walter Adams home Sunday. Those present were Alex Snyder d Sanger, Calif., Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wal- burn of Hannibal, Mrs. Ruby Daggs, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn . Daggs, Mrs. Mary Prigge and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Daggs, Doug and LOTS, and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Daggs and Angle of Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman and Marvin + and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hoffman of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Daggs and Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Doscher and Lisa and Amy Daggs. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison called on Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rayl Friday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campen were Mrs. Ray Hamilton, Bob and Larry of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Medlin and David of Durham and Mrs. Golda Campen. In the afternoon some of the group called on Mrs. Lucille Crandall. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Taylor of LaPlata spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dance. A birthday dinner was given for Mrs, Beulah Adkins at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Van Meter and Holly. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. John D. Van Meter, Dennis Van Meter, Mrs. Blanche House and Mrs. Dorothy Day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmuck of Mendon spent Sunday afternoon and over niRht with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stam- baugh. Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Stambaugh visited Sun- day evening. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children tl.50, children under 6 free. WUliamstown Masonic Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Huebot- ter and Gina, Mrs. Linda Gaus and Mrs. Darlene Bies- terfeld called on Mrs. Harold Huebotter recently. Friday Miss Grace Geisen- dorfer and Mrs. Agnes Larsen attended the district meeting of the United Methodist Women at Shelbina. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols were Saturday evening visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Feather,in. Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer and Mrs. Lil Dannenhauer visited Mrs. Arthur Harring- ton one day last week. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blessing hospital in Quincy and taken to the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shumate. Mrs. Breding had been a patient at the hospital for three weeks. Jeffie HeRman took Mrs. Jeffie HeRman, Miss Eva Welch and Miss Carole Robin- son to the Golden Bell in LaBelle for dinner Friday nlghL Charles Florea of LaBelle called on Mrs. Hetti Franks Sunday morning. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314--93 - 2216. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allison and Sharon of Williamstown were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison. Mr. and Mrs. John Eckardt of Ames, In., were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bailey. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Mrs. John Bailey, Kenneth Bailey and Ernest Bailey. Friends of Mrs. Robert Campen have requested a card shower for her. Mrs. Campen entered KO hospital in Kirksville Friday and is scheduled for surgery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ben- nett of Tina spent Saturday night and Sunday with her i!ilt's the Grea,00{ Pumpkin ([ Contest \\;, Wm if) t Guess the weight and win a   Free Henny Panny Chicken Dinner and piece of 1 Van Meter and Allen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Van Meter and Kimberly of Knox City. Mr. and Mrs. Gene SLice and family of Palmyra were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stico. Saturday morning Mrs. El- sie Ledbetter of LaBelIe visited Mrs. Laura Scoggin. Mrs. Walter Adams called on John Vickers and Dennis of father, Julian Lay. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parker of Memphis were additional Sun- day guests. At noon they had dinner at the Golden Bell in LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Dear entertained Sunday at noon in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Margaret Holbert, Mrs. Wayne Chance, Mrs. David Fox, and Mr. and Mrs. John Schaller. Others present were David Fox, Wayne Chance, L Ewing Sunday evening. pumpkin pie. Y Annual Lord's Acre Sale Craig O'Dear and Dana Ward, >  Pumpkin now on display in window at f and dinner, Saturday, Oct. 21, Mr. and Mrs. John Holhert Park United Methodist Church and Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. Brook's Flower Basket. Lewistown. R.M. Herbert, MicheUe and I  Mrs. Atha Silvey visited Scott. Dottle & Bill Cox invites you to stop Mrs. Merle Baker at LaBelle Lewistow, Farmers Supply by Brooks Flower Basket,. 141 N. 4th - m Manor Sunday. open on Sunday, 9 to 3, and Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Mar- Friday 2 p.m. deliveries. . Canton and guess the wel,ht of this " quette and Linda Tunnies of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cam- : X " " -- + Maywood, Mrs. Linda Patchin pen called on Mrs. Lucille home grown pumpkin. The winner will of Lewistown and Mrs. Bar- Crandall Sunday evening. on Mrs. Wilhmiena Marquette Hinton and Ricky of Monti- Dinner and a piece of pumpkin pie at recently. Darryl Franks visited on Raymond Van Meter drove to .;iii the Coffee Shop 113 S, 4th, Canton, Mo. Thursday til Sunday with Mrs. Kirksville to visit Vanessa =  ..... /  * " *'  .... Hetti Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton and had dinner there. ENTER AT COFFEE* SHOP OR BROOKS FLOWER ASKFT . SHOP ; Dan'yFranks and Louise Danny Dannenhauer and " COFFEE spent the week end in the daughters called on Mrs. Lucy Franks home. Jo Daunenhnuer Sunday. . ine ood______F. ]13 5. h Contort. 9b,13 Sunday Mrs. Ann Breding of Mrs. Edna Runyon spent the t@jr / ,-'FIVj [,''j I' LaGrange was dismissed from week end with Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Florea and Vickie. ,: Thursday night a supper was given in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Jeffie :: HeRman and Miss Eva Welch at the Jeffie Heitman home. TOU00H Miss Carole Robinson assist- : ; ed. Other guests were Mrs. : Leora Nelson and Rev. and Mrs. George Keppner. CUSTOMERS Mrs. Sharon Filer and Donnie Ray visited last Tues- :' day with Mrs. Hetti Franks. Beverly Roberts was a dinner WELCOme +t Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington were ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams of Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geisendorfer of Can- ton and Kenneth Gelsendorfer of Iwistown. : Annual Lord's Acre Sale and dinner, Saturday, Oct. 21, Mrs. Earl Gill,s, Mrs. Arden Jones and Mn. C]eola Morrow PRAIRIE VIEW of Richland, In., were week end visitors of Mrs. Mottle NEWS & V| Horsn. n. Mrs. Hat.tie Mrrow Mae Armbruster has return- of Quincy also vmsted r .... led .' ed home from the hospaal. starer, Mrs. Horsrnan, to vm] Mae Madden celebrated her with their cousins. 81St birthday Oct. U, with Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCon- nell and family were Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer and Mrs. Frances McCounell. Mrs. Winfred Schmidt of Ewing was a Sunday after- noon caller of Mrs. Preston Feather,in. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jeffie HeRman and Mrs. Leora Nelson visited Mr. and Mrs. Wen Buffington at Jefferson City. Mrs. Jeffie HeRman and Mrs. Wen Buffington were honored with a dinner at the Katy Station at Columbia for their birthdays. In the after- noon, ice cream and cake were served in the Buffington home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buffington and Mark of Jefferson City. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314-393- 2216. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zuspann have returned from an 8-day motor trip to Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. In Clinton, In., they visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hubbard and then stopped to see Mr. and Mrs. Berle Amos at Plain- view, Minn. From there they continued on by car through Wisconsin sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fleer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin to Quincy Saturday and attended the wedding of Mlas Jennie Porter and Paul Keller at the Presbyterian church in Elling- ton. Afterwards they had dinner at the Vogues restaur- ant in celebration of the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Van Meter and family spent the week end in Waterloo to attend the wedding of Grog Shriver. Wednesday luncheon guests of Mrs. Marie Holbert were Mrs. Blanche Rudd of New- ark, Mrs. Florence Zanney of Atlanta, Go., and Mrs. Janice Nettleton of Farmington, N. M. Lewistown Famm Supply open om Sunday 9 to 3, and Friday 2 p.m. deliveries. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Plank of Brookfield were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kennedy and Jackie, CRften Smith and Mrs. Nelle Tompkins. Guests of Mrs. Ruby Bugh for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Axtell and son and Mrs. Kathy Bugh and Tommy of MascuLine, Kathy Cain and Ronnie Bugh of Keokuk, Dennis and Karen Buch, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Lay and children and Kenneth Bugh and children of Lewis- town and Mike Luptak of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick and Brad were Monday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geleendorfer. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wenneker of Palmyra were hosts to a supper for Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wenneker of Tulsa, cake and ice cream. Everyone sang happy birthday to her. Jesse DeWitt was pleasantly surprised by a visit from his sister in Washington. Jesse enjoyed an afternoon drive with her. Charlie Farnsworth and Lester Stolte enjoyed a drive to LaBelle this past week. Dorothy Pogue has been home visiting with her family for a few days. Laura Clow's daughter, Adeline Compton from St. Louis, visited and took Laura home for the weekend. Mike Tobatch is making his home with us. Mike is from the St. Louis area. We all extend a warm welcome to Mike. Some of the ladies and gentlemen have been enjoying playing pitch in the evening along with various other activities. The ladies have been mak- ing toys for Christmas such as monkeys, snowmen. They also have been working on quilt blocks and carpet rags. The residents have made hallo- ween decorations for the windows and rooms. CANTON. MQ. THURSDAY, OCT. IS, 1978 and Robin and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Reese and Brand0n of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Reese and Marty of Wentz- ville and Carma and Eddie Wenneker of St. Louis. Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Harry Emrick exhibited china at the 12th annual Illinois China Painters Convention at Peoria at the Hilton Inn. Harry Emrick accompanied her. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips of Lewis- town and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kelly of Edina went to Hannibal where they were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. David Hinds. Sammy Jackson, Martha Hopper and Virginia Herre of Canton visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Merrell. Wednesday morning Mrs. Hetti Franks called on Mrs. Alma Fountain at Knox City. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols and sons had dinner out and went roller skating in celebra- tion of Roger's birthday Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Hackman of Garland, Tex., are visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. FarreU Van Meter, and relatives in Edina. Madison Roberts of Grand- view is seriously ill following surgery at the Research hospital in Kansas City. Annual Lord's Acre Sale and dinner, Saturday, Oct. 21, Park United Methodls church Lewlstown. The Friday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Blanche House Friday. In attendance Mrs. were Mrs. Margaret Holbert, Tough Problem? Us for Answers When the financial going gets tough...the l"- tough get going to us for low cost loans with l tailor-made payment terms. When you've a money problem...come see us. We'll do -" our damedest to help you any way we can! I I Take The Best- We Have It[ Mrs. Velva Nichols, Mrs. Atha Park United Metbodlst Church Glessie Reese of Lewistown, Silvey, Mrs. Bertie Logan, Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Eeese , Mrs. Leona Smith, Mrs. mm m m mmm  m mm mm m m  m. mm mm m m m m mm mmm m  , ] _ _ --. I Gladys Bailey and Mrs. I Lewlstown Bu$111ess Directory I Jeannette McCracken. Monday evening Mr. and I ..... ,_ ............... --J Mrs. Raymond Van Meter i j i were surprised for their 40th 14....I00te I iF#IS COUNTY 00wedd00 O,, ,q:, anniversary. Those I attending were Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Van Meter, Mr. and l Lombard-Pioneer I MEMORIAL P0STI Mrs. Olin Van Meter, Mr. and land Poukm Chain Sows I NO. 578 I Mrs. Noble Morriss, Mrs. AMERICAN LEGION Bertie Logan and Mrs. Atha I I tstown, Mo. I Silvey. I NEW & USED I I Darrell Franks and Mrs. I I Suond Monday Night Regutar I Hetti Franks visited Saturday I Ho/bert So/es I of .o.m I afternoon with Mrs. Darryl & S Austin and house guests, Mr. .i ........... .L .......... J and Mrs. Steve Austin and ervice ! WHiord l'lelzler, Commander family of Grand Tool, Ill. i E I 1 given Sunday I S E US FOR YOUR I Get Your I A supper was night for the 16th birthday of Roger Nichols. I DECORATING NEEDS I Extra Copies I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Metre,l, PAINT, FLOOR I of the  Steve and Kelly Jo of Canton I i COVERING, GLASS & !; | were Sunday dinner guests of i IMr. and Mrs.,Johnny Merrell. I DRAPERY HARDWARE Press-News I Journal i | : Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bren- | ARNOLD'S e at I ner and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. l I I Thomas were hosts of the I Shutts Variety I annual Evans reunion which I FURNITURE 00011/i was held at the Durham I _.Lewistown, Mo. 1 LEW,STOWN !Community Center Sunday. J" ......... " .......... - Approximately 40 were in attendance. k;h drpo,tot inu rd to s" o(x  FDIC: : Lewistown ll00wi00twn Locker Service State Bank ................................... LENDER I such.,,... Two lomfiom ' ll  yV ll _Rm "-' m nm-li" .......  -=- Ewing Facility - BankingGeneraIBusiness to serve you. _-_____ .... = :_. . Lewistown Lewist0wn State Bank I Tuesd/, Hogs Wednesday I I'" I Iwe sell ornfed beef by the 'l MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSrr l Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed- | ward Marsot of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Marsot and I Margee of Williamstown and [ [ I DON'T MISS AN ISSUE I quarter or re#oil CUtS by  lb.! INS. OM'ORATg)N ; Ch  dote on DEER PROCESSING '1 assbook sln, s% I your mallln s address . I Time Certfflcates 5- 6- 6% | ! mmmmmmmmemeemmmammmmyamJ.---mmmmmmemmammmmm eve,/Thur, day b/ Americanton David Steinbeck, Publisher ]o AWNm OF Tm MISSOUmaS, crro The Comon Press. Est. 1862 Consohdoted Nov 22. 192B The Canwn Record, Estobhshed 19"29 Cor,,o{ldoed JnuOry i, 1941 The Lew,s County Joucr ,loblill'm11879 TF, e tew,s+own Nws Con,ol,;gJ ch I. I The Contort Pre,-News The Lew,s County Jotstl Consolked Jan..L 1973 Second C/ass Postage Paid at Canton, Mo. Advertising Representat,ve MISSOURI PRESS SERVICE, INC. Colu RATE SCHEDULE Sulmcrlptimm In Lewis, Knox, Marion, Shelby & Clark Counties, a year $7.00 Six months $5.00 Elsewhere in Missouri & all other states, a year -- .00 Six months .00 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and fanny were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter. James Darren Doran of LaBelle spent Saturday with his grandmother, Mrs. Mil- dred Gaus. Mrs. Phi,lip Gaus and Elaine Gaus were also Saturday visitors. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McConnell and family were Miss Grace Gelsendorfer and Elmer Red- dick. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Peggy Lay of Canton spent the time with Mrs. Nolle Tompk/ns. Mr. and Mrs. Homer T. Kimberley of Williamstown spent Saturday with Mrs. Bertha Hildmann. Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sharpe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Sharpe camped over the week endat the Sbelbina Lake. Display Col. inch -" Classified Per word -- J Minimum Displa} Col. inch  "" card of T.ic Sunday tha Hildmann Mr. and Mrs. Kimberley to relatives. Sunday Mrs. Nelle A. Leslie Mrs. Council Bluffs, of Queen Ci,. Edgar David 0g Mich. Mr. and ker of Tulsa, Mrs. were her morning when home. Mrs. Betty Veta District Brunswick. Bill night guest d Saturday. American Legion Aux. Will Hold Their Annual Soup Day & Harvest OCTOBER 24, AMERICAN LEGION HALL - Serving 11:00 - 2:00 BIG I-7 Up to 80 minutes of timed drying r-] Permanent-press and poly-knits cycle. Models j|lt ALol $07 IBY MRS. HAROLD SCHNITZER "Gathering held at Walter Adams home A family gathering was held in the Walter Adams home Sunday. Those present were Alex Snyder d Sanger, Calif., Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wal- burn of Hannibal, Mrs. Ruby Daggs, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn . Daggs, Mrs. Mary Prigge and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Daggs, Doug and LOTS, and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Daggs and Angle of Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman and Marvin + and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hoffman of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Daggs and Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Doscher and Lisa and Amy Daggs. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison called on Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rayl Friday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campen were Mrs. Ray Hamilton, Bob and Larry of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Medlin and David of Durham and Mrs. Golda Campen. In the afternoon some of the group called on Mrs. Lucille Crandall. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Taylor of LaPlata spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dance. A birthday dinner was given for Mrs, Beulah Adkins at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Van Meter and Holly. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. John D. Van Meter, Dennis Van Meter, Mrs. Blanche House and Mrs. Dorothy Day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmuck of Mendon spent Sunday afternoon and over niRht with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stam- baugh. Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Stambaugh visited Sun- day evening. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children tl.50, children under 6 free. WUliamstown Masonic Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Huebot- ter and Gina, Mrs. Linda Gaus and Mrs. Darlene Bies- terfeld called on Mrs. Harold Huebotter recently. Friday Miss Grace Geisen- dorfer and Mrs. Agnes Larsen attended the district meeting of the United Methodist Women at Shelbina. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols were Saturday evening visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Feather,in. Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer and Mrs. Lil Dannenhauer visited Mrs. Arthur Harring- ton one day last week. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blessing hospital in Quincy and taken to the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shumate. Mrs. Breding had been a patient at the hospital for three weeks. Jeffie HeRman took Mrs. Jeffie HeRman, Miss Eva Welch and Miss Carole Robin- son to the Golden Bell in LaBelle for dinner Friday nlghL Charles Florea of LaBelle called on Mrs. Hetti Franks Sunday morning. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314--93 - 2216. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allison and Sharon of Williamstown were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison. Mr. and Mrs. John Eckardt of Ames, In., were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bailey. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Mrs. John Bailey, Kenneth Bailey and Ernest Bailey. Friends of Mrs. Robert Campen have requested a card shower for her. Mrs. Campen entered KO hospital in Kirksville Friday and is scheduled for surgery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ben- nett of Tina spent Saturday night and Sunday with her i!ilt's the Grea,00{ Pumpkin ([ Contest \\;, Wm if) t Guess the weight and win a   Free Henny Panny Chicken Dinner and piece of 1 Van Meter and Allen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Van Meter and Kimberly of Knox City. Mr. and Mrs. Gene SLice and family of Palmyra were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stico. Saturday morning Mrs. El- sie Ledbetter of LaBelIe visited Mrs. Laura Scoggin. Mrs. Walter Adams called on John Vickers and Dennis of father, Julian Lay. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parker of Memphis were additional Sun- day guests. At noon they had dinner at the Golden Bell in LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Dear entertained Sunday at noon in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Margaret Holbert, Mrs. Wayne Chance, Mrs. David Fox, and Mr. and Mrs. John Schaller. Others present were David Fox, Wayne Chance, L Ewing Sunday evening. pumpkin pie. Y Annual Lord's Acre Sale Craig O'Dear and Dana Ward, >  Pumpkin now on display in window at f and dinner, Saturday, Oct. 21, Mr. and Mrs. John Holhert Park United Methodist Church and Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. Brook's Flower Basket. Lewistown. R.M. Herbert, MicheUe and I  Mrs. Atha Silvey visited Scott. Dottle & Bill Cox invites you to stop Mrs. Merle Baker at LaBelle Lewistow, Farmers Supply by Brooks Flower Basket,. 141 N. 4th - m Manor Sunday. open on Sunday, 9 to 3, and Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Mar- Friday 2 p.m. deliveries. . Canton and guess the wel,ht of this " quette and Linda Tunnies of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cam- : X " " -- + Maywood, Mrs. Linda Patchin pen called on Mrs. Lucille home grown pumpkin. The winner will of Lewistown and Mrs. Bar- Crandall Sunday evening. on Mrs. Wilhmiena Marquette Hinton and Ricky of Monti- Dinner and a piece of pumpkin pie at recently. Darryl Franks visited on Raymond Van Meter drove to .;iii the Coffee Shop 113 S, 4th, Canton, Mo. Thursday til Sunday with Mrs. Kirksville to visit Vanessa =  ..... /  * " *'  .... Hetti Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton and had dinner there. ENTER AT COFFEE* SHOP OR BROOKS FLOWER ASKFT . SHOP ; Dan'yFranks and Louise Danny Dannenhauer and " COFFEE spent the week end in the daughters called on Mrs. Lucy Franks home. Jo Daunenhnuer Sunday. . ine ood______F. ]13 5. h Contort. 9b,13 Sunday Mrs. Ann Breding of Mrs. Edna Runyon spent the t@jr / ,-'FIVj [,''j I' LaGrange was dismissed from week end with Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Florea and Vickie. ,: Thursday night a supper was given in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Jeffie :: HeRman and Miss Eva Welch at the Jeffie Heitman home. TOU00H Miss Carole Robinson assist- : ; ed. Other guests were Mrs. : Leora Nelson and Rev. and Mrs. George Keppner. CUSTOMERS Mrs. Sharon Filer and Donnie Ray visited last Tues- :' day with Mrs. Hetti Franks. Beverly Roberts was a dinner WELCOme +t Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington were ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams of Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geisendorfer of Can- ton and Kenneth Gelsendorfer of Iwistown. : Annual Lord's Acre Sale and dinner, Saturday, Oct. 21, Mrs. Earl Gill,s, Mrs. Arden Jones and Mn. C]eola Morrow PRAIRIE VIEW of Richland, In., were week end visitors of Mrs. Mottle NEWS & V| Horsn. n. Mrs. Hat.tie Mrrow Mae Armbruster has return- of Quincy also vmsted r .... led .' ed home from the hospaal. starer, Mrs. Horsrnan, to vm] Mae Madden celebrated her with their cousins. 81St birthday Oct. U, with Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCon- nell and family were Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geisendorfer and Mrs. Frances McCounell. Mrs. Winfred Schmidt of Ewing was a Sunday after- noon caller of Mrs. Preston Feather,in. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jeffie HeRman and Mrs. Leora Nelson visited Mr. and Mrs. Wen Buffington at Jefferson City. Mrs. Jeffie HeRman and Mrs. Wen Buffington were honored with a dinner at the Katy Station at Columbia for their birthdays. In the after- noon, ice cream and cake were served in the Buffington home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buffington and Mark of Jefferson City. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314-393- 2216. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zuspann have returned from an 8-day motor trip to Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. In Clinton, In., they visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hubbard and then stopped to see Mr. and Mrs. Berle Amos at Plain- view, Minn. From there they continued on by car through Wisconsin sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fleer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin to Quincy Saturday and attended the wedding of Mlas Jennie Porter and Paul Keller at the Presbyterian church in Elling- ton. Afterwards they had dinner at the Vogues restaur- ant in celebration of the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Van Meter and family spent the week end in Waterloo to attend the wedding of Grog Shriver. Wednesday luncheon guests of Mrs. Marie Holbert were Mrs. Blanche Rudd of New- ark, Mrs. Florence Zanney of Atlanta, Go., and Mrs. Janice Nettleton of Farmington, N. M. Lewistown Famm Supply open om Sunday 9 to 3, and Friday 2 p.m. deliveries. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Plank of Brookfield were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kennedy and Jackie, CRften Smith and Mrs. Nelle Tompkins. Guests of Mrs. Ruby Bugh for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Axtell and son and Mrs. Kathy Bugh and Tommy of MascuLine, Kathy Cain and Ronnie Bugh of Keokuk, Dennis and Karen Buch, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Lay and children and Kenneth Bugh and children of Lewis- town and Mike Luptak of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick and Brad were Monday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Geleendorfer. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wenneker of Palmyra were hosts to a supper for Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wenneker of Tulsa, cake and ice cream. Everyone sang happy birthday to her. Jesse DeWitt was pleasantly surprised by a visit from his sister in Washington. Jesse enjoyed an afternoon drive with her. Charlie Farnsworth and Lester Stolte enjoyed a drive to LaBelle this past week. Dorothy Pogue has been home visiting with her family for a few days. Laura Clow's daughter, Adeline Compton from St. Louis, visited and took Laura home for the weekend. Mike Tobatch is making his home with us. Mike is from the St. Louis area. We all extend a warm welcome to Mike. Some of the ladies and gentlemen have been enjoying playing pitch in the evening along with various other activities. The ladies have been mak- ing toys for Christmas such as monkeys, snowmen. They also have been working on quilt blocks and carpet rags. The residents have made hallo- ween decorations for the windows and rooms. CANTON. MQ. THURSDAY, OCT. IS, 1978 and Robin and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Reese and Brand0n of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Reese and Marty of Wentz- ville and Carma and Eddie Wenneker of St. Louis. Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Harry Emrick exhibited china at the 12th annual Illinois China Painters Convention at Peoria at the Hilton Inn. Harry Emrick accompanied her. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips of Lewis- town and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kelly of Edina went to Hannibal where they were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. David Hinds. Sammy Jackson, Martha Hopper and Virginia Herre of Canton visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Merrell. Wednesday morning Mrs. Hetti Franks called on Mrs. Alma Fountain at Knox City. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols and sons had dinner out and went roller skating in celebra- tion of Roger's birthday Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Hackman of Garland, Tex., are visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. FarreU Van Meter, and relatives in Edina. Madison Roberts of Grand- view is seriously ill following surgery at the Research hospital in Kansas City. Annual Lord's Acre Sale and dinner, Saturday, Oct. 21, Park United Methodls church Lewlstown. The Friday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Blanche House Friday. In attendance Mrs. were Mrs. Margaret Holbert, Tough Problem? Us for Answers When the financial going gets tough...the l"- tough get going to us for low cost loans with l tailor-made payment terms. When you've a money problem...come see us. We'll do -" our damedest to help you any way we can! I I Take The Best- We Have It[ Mrs. Velva Nichols, Mrs. Atha Park United Metbodlst Church Glessie Reese of Lewistown, Silvey, Mrs. Bertie Logan, Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Eeese , Mrs. Leona Smith, Mrs. mm m m mmm  m mm mm m m  m. mm mm m m m m mm mmm m  , ] _ _ --. I Gladys Bailey and Mrs. I Lewlstown Bu$111ess Directory I Jeannette McCracken. Monday evening Mr. and I ..... ,_ ............... --J Mrs. Raymond Van Meter i j i were surprised for their 40th 14....I00te I iF#IS COUNTY 00wedd00 O,, ,q:, anniversary. Those I attending were Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Van Meter, Mr. and l Lombard-Pioneer I MEMORIAL P0STI Mrs. Olin Van Meter, Mr. and land Poukm Chain Sows I NO. 578 I Mrs. Noble Morriss, Mrs. AMERICAN LEGION Bertie Logan and Mrs. Atha I I tstown, Mo. I Silvey. I NEW & USED I I Darrell Franks and Mrs. I I Suond Monday Night Regutar I Hetti Franks visited Saturday I Ho/bert So/es I of .o.m I afternoon with Mrs. Darryl & S Austin and house guests, Mr. .i ........... .L .......... J and Mrs. Steve Austin and ervice ! WHiord l'lelzler, Commander family of Grand Tool, Ill. i E I 1 given Sunday I S E US FOR YOUR I Get Your I A supper was night for the 16th birthday of Roger Nichols. I DECORATING NEEDS I Extra Copies I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Metre,l, PAINT, FLOOR I of the  Steve and Kelly Jo of Canton I i COVERING, GLASS & !; | were Sunday dinner guests of i IMr. and Mrs.,Johnny Merrell. I DRAPERY HARDWARE Press-News I Journal i | : Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bren- | ARNOLD'S e at I ner and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. l I I Thomas were hosts of the I Shutts Variety I annual Evans reunion which I FURNITURE 00011/i was held at the Durham I _.Lewistown, Mo. 1 LEW,STOWN !Community Center Sunday. J" ......... " .......... - Approximately 40 were in attendance. k;h drpo,tot inu rd to s" o(x  FDIC: : Lewistown ll00wi00twn Locker Service State Bank ................................... LENDER I such.,,... Two lomfiom ' ll  yV ll _Rm "-' m nm-li" .......  -=- Ewing Facility - BankingGeneraIBusiness to serve you. _-_____ .... = :_. . Lewistown Lewist0wn State Bank I Tuesd/, Hogs Wednesday I I'" I Iwe sell ornfed beef by the 'l MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSrr l Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed- | ward Marsot of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Marsot and I Margee of Williamstown and [ [ I DON'T MISS AN ISSUE I quarter or re#oil CUtS by  lb.! INS. OM'ORATg)N ; Ch  dote on DEER PROCESSING '1 assbook sln, s% I your mallln s address . I Time Certfflcates 5- 6- 6% | ! mmmmmmmmemeemmmammmmyamJ.---mmmmmmemmammmmm eve,/Thur, day b/ Americanton David Steinbeck, Publisher ]o AWNm OF Tm MISSOUmaS, crro The Comon Press. Est. 1862 Consohdoted Nov 22. 192B The Canwn Record, Estobhshed 19"29 Cor,,o{ldoed JnuOry i, 1941 The Lew,s County Joucr ,loblill'm11879 TF, e tew,s+own Nws Con,ol,;gJ ch I. I The Contort Pre,-News The Lew,s County Jotstl Consolked Jan..L 1973 Second C/ass Postage Paid at Canton, Mo. Advertising Representat,ve MISSOURI PRESS SERVICE, INC. Colu RATE SCHEDULE Sulmcrlptimm In Lewis, Knox, Marion, Shelby & Clark Counties, a year $7.00 Six months $5.00 Elsewhere in Missouri & all other states, a year -- .00 Six months .00 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and fanny were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter. James Darren Doran of LaBelle spent Saturday with his grandmother, Mrs. Mil- dred Gaus. Mrs. Phi,lip Gaus and Elaine Gaus were also Saturday visitors. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McConnell and family were Miss Grace Gelsendorfer and Elmer Red- dick. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Peggy Lay of Canton spent the time with Mrs. Nolle Tompk/ns. Mr. and Mrs. Homer T. Kimberley of Williamstown spent Saturday with Mrs. Bertha Hildmann. Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sharpe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Sharpe camped over the week endat the Sbelbina Lake. Display Col. inch -" Classified Per word -- J Minimum Displa} Col. inch  "" card of T.ic Sunday tha Hildmann Mr. and Mrs. Kimberley to relatives. Sunday Mrs. Nelle A. Leslie Mrs. Council Bluffs, of Queen Ci,. Edgar David 0g Mich. Mr. and ker of Tulsa, Mrs. were her morning when home. Mrs. Betty Veta District Brunswick. Bill night guest d Saturday. American Legion Aux. Will Hold Their Annual Soup Day & Harvest OCTOBER 24, AMERICAN LEGION HALL - Serving 11:00 - 2:00 BIG I-7 Up to 80 minutes of timed drying r-] Permanent-press and poly-knits cycle. Models j|lt ALol $07