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MRS. NORMAN STEWART Several attend dinner for Connie McClain Mrs. Connie McClain, a former Williams(own resident, was honored on her 80th birthday with a dinner at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David McCarthy, in . Columbia. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Bronson, a brother of Mrs. McClain; Mr. ! and Mrs. Bill Hinkle, Michelle " :  and Richard, and Beth Kempe of Lewistown; Mrs. Hallie Link, LaHarpe, Ill.; Mr. and .... Mrs. Melvin Bronson, Gales- burg, Ill.; Mrs. Barbara Disselhardt, Belleville, Ill. ; Mrs. Doyne K Berryman, Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Speer, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kuhn, Mrs. Marcia Thomas, Melena and Suzanne, Pat Walker and daughter, all of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Audra McClain, Columbia. Mrs. McClain's grandchildren, Linda McCarthy of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McCarthy, Ankeny, Ia. were "also present. Mrs. McClain, the former Connie BronSon, was a resi- dent of Lewis County for most of her life where she and her husband, the former Russell McClain, farmed near Wil- liamstown. Mrs. McClain was presented with many remem- brances during the afternoon , . and shared three especially decorated birthday cakes. . Stewart rites Ann Meyer of floor length white knit gown of Frank with a lace bodice. Her City and the fingertip veil was held with a became the Juliet cap and was trimmed Keith Stew- with lace to match the gown.' Mildred She carr:ied a bouquet of at I0 a.m. daisies and roses. in St. Joseph The bride's attendants wore in fan(on, long dresses of peach colored offici- quiana knit trimmed with :,cere ,.Theyi Of' MR. AND MRS. HAROLD HOCRAFFER To celebrate 25th Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ho- crafter of Lewistown will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, Oct. 25. An open house will be held on Sunday, Oct. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is invited. The couple was married October 25, 1953, by the Rev. E. H. Dunsing at Lewistown. Their attendants were Harold Wood of Ewing and Mrs. Tammy Collier & Edwin Schmitz daisies and roses. The junior aunt of attendanwore tong organist. Music of peach and green printed performed o knit trimmed with lace. They owns, Sidney also carried bouquets oi and Michael daisies and roses. , Gaff Schlager The reception was .held the guest following the ceremony in Marquette Hali. Thoe hdpin$ bride as maid with the reception wereMrs. Delmar (Marie) Scoggin of Lewis(own. Mr. Hocraffer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hocraffer of Lewis- town. Mrs. Hocraffer is the former Virgie Dosier, daugh- ter of the late Elmer J. Dosier, Sr., of Lewis(own, and Mrs. Dorothy Brown of Han- nibal. The Hocraffers have two daughters, Mrs. George P. (Pauline) Foster of Twin Lakes, Wis., and Mrs. Billy Joe (Sherril) Pearce of No- vinger. They have one grand- son. Margaret Glad- Kathy Stew- sister of the bridesmaid, rids were Brinkley 0., cousins of of Canton man. Gronms- Stewart of of the bride- groomsmen Kirt Brink!ey of LaGrange, Mrs. Charles Brinkley of Chimpaign, Ill., Mrs. Roy Dooley of Jonesboro, Ark., and Miss Karla Bowman of Maywond. * The bride, an honor graduat of Canton high school, is a sophomore at Culver-Stockton College. The groom, an honor graduate of Canton high, is employed by McRobet$ Farms, Inc. Chester Hintons celebrate 45th anniversary About 75 relatives and friends attended an open house Sunday, Oct. 8 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester wed Sept. 30 St. Joseph Catholic Church in Canton was the setting: Sept. 30 for the wedding of Miss Tammy Lea Collier, daughter of Mrs. Mary Collier of Canton and Charles Collier of Taylor, and Edwin Alan Sehmitz, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leo Schmitz of Lewistown. , Hinton, ¢omplimenting,them The couple exchanged vows on their 45th wedding annivei 'J:' ar 10  zf.m': qefr'the'yKe,, saw. The occasion was hosted Jerry Kaimann. The orgnis: by their children, was Mrs. Eydie:Sams of They are parentS of three i.,aGrange.  ' sons: Alfred, Bruce and Run The bride was given in Hinton of Monticello; and one marriage by her father. Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Richard Barbara Mathes of Arbela (Mary Ann) Rabbazo of was maid of honor. Putman Valley, New York. Jerry Spurgeon of Canton They have seven grandchil- was best man. Charles Collier, dren. Jr., of Canton, brother of the A dinner was held at the bride, was the usher. Engag Golden Bell at LaBelle Sitar- A luncheon and reception ed day evening honoring the was held at the home of the couple with the following groom's parents following the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garber attending: Mr. and Mrs. ceremony• of Quincy are announcing the Bruce Hinton, Vanessa and The bride is a 1978 graduate engagement of their daughter, Rickie, Mr. and Mrs. Run of Canton high school. The Julie, to Steve Wright, son of Hinton, Ronnie Lee, Deanna groom is a 1975 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wright and Machell, Alfred, Annette Highland high school, of Canton. and Todd Hinton, Mrs. Roset- The couple is engaged in Miss Gather is a graduate ta Brown and Mr. and Mrs. farming and will live near of Gem City College in Quincy Conrad Tompkins. Williamstown. and is presently employed at Steve Dooley nephews were Paul and Kevin in marri- er, wore a RUBY. HAVE  , € Annual Autumn Historic historic games for children Crafts Festival. From 10 a.m. including the popular hoop to 5 p.m. families and visitors rolling contest, and the ARPET [5 can stroll the restored Twain Chamelon Puppet Theatre EARTLAND district and observe skilled group which will perform in craftsmen as they demon- the Ice House Theatre on both E MIHENEE strate and sell their historical- days. ly authentic crafts. The Mark Twain Home •  Aided by a grant from the District, which is listed on the IDg l[l[ IL*aa"%lul short shag Missouri Arts Council, the two National Register of Historic A day festival showcases the Places, will be on tour thor wouk add to rally historially authentic crafts, courtesy of the Jane Clemen's i foods, music and culture of Neighbors who will conduct room of your house . Missouri. The event will the public through the dis- feature such processes as trict's historic buildings in- | N0W ONLY tatting, wheat weaving, dui- cluding the Mark ,Twain $&75 cimer construction, candle Museum, the Clemens home, dipping, chair caning, flax Grant's Drug Store, and the j V processing, hominy making, law office of John Marshall sq. yd. four harness weaving, corn Clemens. Hannibal also boasts husk doll making, shake architecturally outstanding lEG. 7.2S yd. making, barrell riveting, pew- residential and commerical ter casting, pottery throwing, districts, two 19th century is, availab/e now in soap making, scrimshanding, restored mansions and a broom making, tintype photo- scenic river drive. todays most popular gravy, natural dyeing and " spinning, basket weaving, i blacksmithing, stained glass- .both solids & tweeds making, knife honing, wood carving' dr°P spindle spin" OPcaeirl *i _i EASY-TO00JLF.AN NYLON ning, Navajo weaving and rifle construction. Delicious things to eat will ive uHy , Hear#imKI C(Nlts, lee #he. include fresh sorgum, hopey, ,,.-- -Dhde and Ruby today hot apple cider, baked g,oods "'.i"L pulled taffy, hot apple butter, funnel cakes, and Norwegian 'ff', rossette pastries. RS SgPPh¥ Special events during the weekend will include a display tiN, iS ST, CANTON and demonstration by the Marion County Swamp Foxes j historic crafts festival in Hannibal CANTON. MO. THURSDAY. OCT. 19, 1978 On Saturday and Sunday, Muzzle Loading Rifle Club, a Nov. 4 and 5, Mark Twain's unique collection of antique boyhood neighborhood will bicycles, strolling bluegrass come alive to the sounds of and folk musicians, Sat((r- the Hannibal Arts Council's day's square dance, Sunday's Hurley Shoes. Mr. Wright is employed at Missonri Gravel Co. in LaGrange. The wedding will be an event of May 5, 1979, in the Trinity United Church of Christ at Quincy. YOU GET  NEWS IN THE Retirement reception held for Mr. and Mrs. Nunn A reception for the retire- ment of Robert and Geneva Nunn as postmaster and clerk was held in South Union Baptist Church Sunday eve- ning with 90 in attendance. It was given by Mrs. Betty Quinn and Mrs. Beulah Jones. Mrs. D. P. Wiseman made a hand painted treasure chest which was presented, filled to the brim with donations for a gift they will select. Mrs. Loretta Bringer made a tribute of memories and a song was sung by Larry Jones, Mrs. Loretta Bringer and Rachel Bringer. The pastor, Rev. Wendell Bringer gave the prayer. FGP to hold rummage and bake sale The Lewis County Foster Grandparent Project will be holding a rummage and hake sale Oct. 28 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the FGP Office, 449 Clark in Canton. The proceeds will be used to assist two programs in the county, the Lewis County FGP and the Lewis County Emer- gency Fund. The FGP pro- gram will use the funds to provide space for FGPs to serve children in Canton. The Emergency Fund is a fund administered by local persons in social service related jobs to help county residents with fuel, food, and medical needs in emergency situations. A food stand will be available throughout the day serving hot chocolate, coffee, doughnuts, and hot dogs. All Lewis Countians are invited to donate items for this bake and rummage sale. Anyone wishing to donate items may call 288-3121 for further information. The FGP staf£ will pick up items from 12"30 p.m., Oct. 26, until 5 p.m. Oct. 27. Nursing home administrators hold workshop The Missouri •League of Nursing Home Administrators sponsored a management workshop in Columbia recent- ly. • The speaker was Dr. Edward Spillane, vice presi- dent of the Catholic Hospital Association in St. Louis. Dr. Spillane is also assistant professor, graduate school, Department of Hospital and Health Care Administration at St. Louis University and a feltbw of the American Col- lege of Hospital Administra- tors. ", Dr. Spillane has published many papers on a variety of subjects including "Personnel- A Look to the Future", "Comprehensive Wage Ad- ministration Program", "A Case Study: Personnel Admin- istration, From Position An- alysis To Wage Administra- tion", and various other subjects. Ann Lumley, administrator of LaBelle Manor, and Bar- bara Larsen, R.N., Director of Nursing, LaBelle Manor, at- tended the workshop. The Nunns have never in thirty-five years, had the opportunity to go places together except on Sundays, and are enjoying this very much. They recently made a trip with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith of LaGrange to visit their broth- er, Charles Smith in Portland, Ore., and his wife's son in Vancover, Wash. Volunteers at medicare workshop Local volunteer participat- ed in a medicare workshop hosted by the Lewis County Foster Grandparent project. The purpose of the training was to enable local volunteers to assist persons in Lewis County with Medicare Hospit- al Insurance and Medicar Medical Insurance. Persons who have questions or need asistance with Medi- care can contact one of the following persons: Francis Bliven and Nina Carter, La- Grange; Nancy Breeding, Monticello; Floyd Chance, Canton; Willa Daggs, Lewis- town; and Flossie Anderson and Gladys Baltzelle, LaBelle. • Reception dinner held in home on Sept. 24 The home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes of LaGrange was the setting for the reception dinner celebrating the marriage of their daugh- ter, Sberrie, to TumBril. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sagseen and Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bell and Tammie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Porter, all of Fairfield, Ia.; Aaron Bell, LaBelle; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Luzadder, Moat and Joe, Lockridge, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, Kilburne, Is.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell, Canyon- ville, Ore.; Roger McDowell, Mt. Pleasant; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Campbell, Jack Waganer, Larry Hoyes, LaGrange; Joyce Phillips and Nikki, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hardin, Pam, Cheryl and Tricia, Canton; and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Northrup, Jeff, Julie and Leisa, Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Bell were married Sept. 24 in LaGrange with Rev. Gregory Rogahn officiating. Attending the couple were Judy Northrup, sister of the bride and Roger McDowell. The couple are making their home in La- Grange. 20th Century Club The 20th Century Club MFWC held their annual fall banquet at the Plaza in Quiney Wednesday, OCt. 4 at 6:30 p.m., hosted by Mrs. Paul Hinton and Mrs. Donald Humphrey. Those present were: Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Mrs. Lillard Wallace, Mrs. Harold Fret- well, Mrs. B. N. Fee, Mrs. Fred Leeser, Mrs. Richard Stith, Mrs. Gilbert Humphrey, Mrs. Howard Legg, Mrs. Winston Little and Miss Nan Smith. Monticello Extension Club The Monticello Extension Club took their annual fall trip Tuesday, Oet. 10. They motored to Burlington and spent a most enjoyable Mrs. Maude Davis second high and Mrs. Helen Mc- Roberts consolation. Hostesses for Nov. 14 will be Mrs. Frances Nichols and Mrs. Kathleen Miller. Host and hostess for club night Nov. 28 will be Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller. Mary.Mar(ha SS Class The Mary-Martha Sunday School Class met Friday evening, Oct. 13 with Mrs. Fred Leeser. The president, Mrs. Howard Legg, opened the meeting with the poem, "The Soul Like Nature, Has Its Seasons." Roll call was answered by naming your favorite fall tree. For the devotional Mrs. Leeser gave the article, "The Peacemaker". day. togring the Westland .... Mi..  Smith rede.d Mall. Enroute home they bad everyone that the group wzll dinner at the Knotty Pine in be going to Prairie View Rest Keokuk. Those attending were: Mrs. Lillard Wallace, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Mrs. B. N. Fee, Mrs. Fred Leeser, Mrs. Chester Stice, Mrs. Russell Bowls, Mrs. Winston Little and guest, Mrs. James Fish of Quincy. River Valley Country Club Ladies night social was held Tuesday night, Oct. 10 at the River Valley Country Club. A delicious buffet dinner was served by Nancy Frisby. Mrs. Isabel Bailey and Mrs. Eliza- beth Tiemann were hostesses. Four tables of bridge were played with Mrs. Azaline Maiers winning high score, Home with songs and refresh- ments Friday evening, Oct. 20. Mrs. Leeser read several poems and led' in the class benediction to close the meet- ing. Dominoes were played and a plate lunch was served. Those attending were Mrs. Wallace Veatch, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Mrs. Robert John- son, Mrs. Lillard Wallace, Mrs. Chester Stice, Mrs. Howard Legg, Mrs. Vernie Stice, Mrs. Nancy Breeding, Mrs. Chester Hinton and MLSS Nan Smith. lSee a New . Nordaas Amencan Home I i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1978 ! I ,o...... ,.oo ,... I i At the home of M. JoOnn Menk., tallelle, Missouri [ [ OlllCTIONS: Fm le 4-Wy Step (m Hwy. NO. 6, In I I % ldck. The houe. Is am lhe Nlb side d . StreW. Follow I | Nordaas, the quality custom builder, has just completed I [ a new home in your area. If you reinterested in building a | l home of your own you II want to cne.ck the sound construc- I | tion, quality materialS, and beautiTus caoinetry of a Notdaas [ / American Home. , I / So, come visit our open house, or if you cant, send in the | coupon or call us collect at (507) ,62-3331 for full information, i I  Bull, for 8 Ll,effm. o, Living [ .......................... f I " I I Dep. , M'nnesota Lake, MN 58068 I [Name (Ptease Print) ! iAddress ,, ; I it • I I C y  _ State ..... Zp ----'---I J Phone , I ! I ......................... .____J -- IIIIIIII , I Ill I MRS. NORMAN STEWART Several attend dinner for Connie McClain Mrs. Connie McClain, a former Williams(own resident, was honored on her 80th birthday with a dinner at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David McCarthy, in . Columbia. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Bronson, a brother of Mrs. McClain; Mr. ! and Mrs. Bill Hinkle, Michelle " :  and Richard, and Beth Kempe of Lewistown; Mrs. Hallie Link, LaHarpe, Ill.; Mr. and .... Mrs. Melvin Bronson, Gales- burg, Ill.; Mrs. Barbara Disselhardt, Belleville, Ill. ; Mrs. Doyne K Berryman, Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Speer, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kuhn, Mrs. Marcia Thomas, Melena and Suzanne, Pat Walker and daughter, all of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Audra McClain, Columbia. Mrs. McClain's grandchildren, Linda McCarthy of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McCarthy, Ankeny, Ia. were "also present. Mrs. McClain, the former Connie BronSon, was a resi- dent of Lewis County for most of her life where she and her husband, the former Russell McClain, farmed near Wil- liamstown. Mrs. McClain was presented with many remem- brances during the afternoon , . and shared three especially decorated birthday cakes. . Stewart rites Ann Meyer of floor length white knit gown of Frank with a lace bodice. Her City and the fingertip veil was held with a became the Juliet cap and was trimmed Keith Stew- with lace to match the gown.' Mildred She carr:ied a bouquet of at I0 a.m. daisies and roses. in St. Joseph The bride's attendants wore in fan(on, long dresses of peach colored offici- quiana knit trimmed with :,cere ,.Theyi Of' MR. AND MRS. HAROLD HOCRAFFER To celebrate 25th Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ho- crafter of Lewistown will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, Oct. 25. An open house will be held on Sunday, Oct. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is invited. The couple was married October 25, 1953, by the Rev. E. H. Dunsing at Lewistown. Their attendants were Harold Wood of Ewing and Mrs. Tammy Collier & Edwin Schmitz daisies and roses. The junior aunt of attendanwore tong organist. Music of peach and green printed performed o knit trimmed with lace. They owns, Sidney also carried bouquets oi and Michael daisies and roses. , Gaff Schlager The reception was .held the guest following the ceremony in Marquette Hali. Thoe hdpin$ bride as maid with the reception wereMrs. Delmar (Marie) Scoggin of Lewis(own. Mr. Hocraffer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hocraffer of Lewis- town. Mrs. Hocraffer is the former Virgie Dosier, daugh- ter of the late Elmer J. Dosier, Sr., of Lewis(own, and Mrs. Dorothy Brown of Han- nibal. The Hocraffers have two daughters, Mrs. George P. (Pauline) Foster of Twin Lakes, Wis., and Mrs. Billy Joe (Sherril) Pearce of No- vinger. They have one grand- son. Margaret Glad- Kathy Stew- sister of the bridesmaid, rids were Brinkley 0., cousins of of Canton man. Gronms- Stewart of of the bride- groomsmen Kirt Brink!ey of LaGrange, Mrs. Charles Brinkley of Chimpaign, Ill., Mrs. Roy Dooley of Jonesboro, Ark., and Miss Karla Bowman of Maywond. * The bride, an honor graduat of Canton high school, is a sophomore at Culver-Stockton College. The groom, an honor graduate of Canton high, is employed by McRobet$ Farms, Inc. Chester Hintons celebrate 45th anniversary About 75 relatives and friends attended an open house Sunday, Oct. 8 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester wed Sept. 30 St. Joseph Catholic Church in Canton was the setting: Sept. 30 for the wedding of Miss Tammy Lea Collier, daughter of Mrs. Mary Collier of Canton and Charles Collier of Taylor, and Edwin Alan Sehmitz, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leo Schmitz of Lewistown. , Hinton, ¢omplimenting,them The couple exchanged vows on their 45th wedding annivei 'J:' ar 10  zf.m': qefr'the'yKe,, saw. The occasion was hosted Jerry Kaimann. The orgnis: by their children, was Mrs. Eydie:Sams of They are parentS of three i.,aGrange.  ' sons: Alfred, Bruce and Run The bride was given in Hinton of Monticello; and one marriage by her father. Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Richard Barbara Mathes of Arbela (Mary Ann) Rabbazo of was maid of honor. Putman Valley, New York. Jerry Spurgeon of Canton They have seven grandchil- was best man. Charles Collier, dren. Jr., of Canton, brother of the A dinner was held at the bride, was the usher. Engag Golden Bell at LaBelle Sitar- A luncheon and reception ed day evening honoring the was held at the home of the couple with the following groom's parents following the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garber attending: Mr. and Mrs. ceremony• of Quincy are announcing the Bruce Hinton, Vanessa and The bride is a 1978 graduate engagement of their daughter, Rickie, Mr. and Mrs. Run of Canton high school. The Julie, to Steve Wright, son of Hinton, Ronnie Lee, Deanna groom is a 1975 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wright and Machell, Alfred, Annette Highland high school, of Canton. and Todd Hinton, Mrs. Roset- The couple is engaged in Miss Gather is a graduate ta Brown and Mr. and Mrs. farming and will live near of Gem City College in Quincy Conrad Tompkins. Williamstown. and is presently employed at Steve Dooley nephews were Paul and Kevin in marri- er, wore a RUBY. HAVE  , € Annual Autumn Historic historic games for children Crafts Festival. From 10 a.m. including the popular hoop to 5 p.m. families and visitors rolling contest, and the ARPET [5 can stroll the restored Twain Chamelon Puppet Theatre EARTLAND district and observe skilled group which will perform in craftsmen as they demon- the Ice House Theatre on both E MIHENEE strate and sell their historical- days. ly authentic crafts. The Mark Twain Home •  Aided by a grant from the District, which is listed on the IDg l[l[ IL*aa"%lul short shag Missouri Arts Council, the two National Register of Historic A day festival showcases the Places, will be on tour thor wouk add to rally historially authentic crafts, courtesy of the Jane Clemen's i foods, music and culture of Neighbors who will conduct room of your house . Missouri. The event will the public through the dis- feature such processes as trict's historic buildings in- | N0W ONLY tatting, wheat weaving, dui- cluding the Mark ,Twain $&75 cimer construction, candle Museum, the Clemens home, dipping, chair caning, flax Grant's Drug Store, and the j V processing, hominy making, law office of John Marshall sq. yd. four harness weaving, corn Clemens. Hannibal also boasts husk doll making, shake architecturally outstanding lEG. 7.2S yd. making, barrell riveting, pew- residential and commerical ter casting, pottery throwing, districts, two 19th century is, availab/e now in soap making, scrimshanding, restored mansions and a broom making, tintype photo- scenic river drive. todays most popular gravy, natural dyeing and " spinning, basket weaving, i blacksmithing, stained glass- .both solids & tweeds making, knife honing, wood carving' dr°P spindle spin" OPcaeirl *i _i EASY-TO00JLF.AN NYLON ning, Navajo weaving and rifle construction. Delicious things to eat will ive uHy , Hear#imKI C(Nlts, lee #he. include fresh sorgum, hopey, ,,.-- -Dhde and Ruby today hot apple cider, baked g,oods "'.i"L pulled taffy, hot apple butter, funnel cakes, and Norwegian 'ff', rossette pastries. RS SgPPh¥ Special events during the weekend will include a display tiN, iS ST, CANTON and demonstration by the Marion County Swamp Foxes j historic crafts festival in Hannibal CANTON. MO. THURSDAY. OCT. 19, 1978 On Saturday and Sunday, Muzzle Loading Rifle Club, a Nov. 4 and 5, Mark Twain's unique collection of antique boyhood neighborhood will bicycles, strolling bluegrass come alive to the sounds of and folk musicians, Sat((r- the Hannibal Arts Council's day's square dance, Sunday's Hurley Shoes. Mr. Wright is employed at Missonri Gravel Co. in LaGrange. The wedding will be an event of May 5, 1979, in the Trinity United Church of Christ at Quincy. YOU GET  NEWS IN THE Retirement reception held for Mr. and Mrs. Nunn A reception for the retire- ment of Robert and Geneva Nunn as postmaster and clerk was held in South Union Baptist Church Sunday eve- ning with 90 in attendance. It was given by Mrs. Betty Quinn and Mrs. Beulah Jones. Mrs. D. P. Wiseman made a hand painted treasure chest which was presented, filled to the brim with donations for a gift they will select. Mrs. Loretta Bringer made a tribute of memories and a song was sung by Larry Jones, Mrs. Loretta Bringer and Rachel Bringer. The pastor, Rev. Wendell Bringer gave the prayer. FGP to hold rummage and bake sale The Lewis County Foster Grandparent Project will be holding a rummage and hake sale Oct. 28 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the FGP Office, 449 Clark in Canton. The proceeds will be used to assist two programs in the county, the Lewis County FGP and the Lewis County Emer- gency Fund. The FGP pro- gram will use the funds to provide space for FGPs to serve children in Canton. The Emergency Fund is a fund administered by local persons in social service related jobs to help county residents with fuel, food, and medical needs in emergency situations. A food stand will be available throughout the day serving hot chocolate, coffee, doughnuts, and hot dogs. All Lewis Countians are invited to donate items for this bake and rummage sale. Anyone wishing to donate items may call 288-3121 for further information. The FGP staf£ will pick up items from 12"30 p.m., Oct. 26, until 5 p.m. Oct. 27. Nursing home administrators hold workshop The Missouri •League of Nursing Home Administrators sponsored a management workshop in Columbia recent- ly. • The speaker was Dr. Edward Spillane, vice presi- dent of the Catholic Hospital Association in St. Louis. Dr. Spillane is also assistant professor, graduate school, Department of Hospital and Health Care Administration at St. Louis University and a feltbw of the American Col- lege of Hospital Administra- tors. ", Dr. Spillane has published many papers on a variety of subjects including "Personnel- A Look to the Future", "Comprehensive Wage Ad- ministration Program", "A Case Study: Personnel Admin- istration, From Position An- alysis To Wage Administra- tion", and various other subjects. Ann Lumley, administrator of LaBelle Manor, and Bar- bara Larsen, R.N., Director of Nursing, LaBelle Manor, at- tended the workshop. The Nunns have never in thirty-five years, had the opportunity to go places together except on Sundays, and are enjoying this very much. They recently made a trip with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith of LaGrange to visit their broth- er, Charles Smith in Portland, Ore., and his wife's son in Vancover, Wash. Volunteers at medicare workshop Local volunteer participat- ed in a medicare workshop hosted by the Lewis County Foster Grandparent project. The purpose of the training was to enable local volunteers to assist persons in Lewis County with Medicare Hospit- al Insurance and Medicar Medical Insurance. Persons who have questions or need asistance with Medi- care can contact one of the following persons: Francis Bliven and Nina Carter, La- Grange; Nancy Breeding, Monticello; Floyd Chance, Canton; Willa Daggs, Lewis- town; and Flossie Anderson and Gladys Baltzelle, LaBelle. • Reception dinner held in home on Sept. 24 The home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes of LaGrange was the setting for the reception dinner celebrating the marriage of their daugh- ter, Sberrie, to TumBril. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sagseen and Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bell and Tammie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Porter, all of Fairfield, Ia.; Aaron Bell, LaBelle; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Luzadder, Moat and Joe, Lockridge, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, Kilburne, Is.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell, Canyon- ville, Ore.; Roger McDowell, Mt. Pleasant; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Campbell, Jack Waganer, Larry Hoyes, LaGrange; Joyce Phillips and Nikki, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hardin, Pam, Cheryl and Tricia, Canton; and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Northrup, Jeff, Julie and Leisa, Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Bell were married Sept. 24 in LaGrange with Rev. Gregory Rogahn officiating. Attending the couple were Judy Northrup, sister of the bride and Roger McDowell. The couple are making their home in La- Grange. 20th Century Club The 20th Century Club MFWC held their annual fall banquet at the Plaza in Quiney Wednesday, OCt. 4 at 6:30 p.m., hosted by Mrs. Paul Hinton and Mrs. Donald Humphrey. Those present were: Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Mrs. Lillard Wallace, Mrs. Harold Fret- well, Mrs. B. N. Fee, Mrs. Fred Leeser, Mrs. Richard Stith, Mrs. Gilbert Humphrey, Mrs. Howard Legg, Mrs. Winston Little and Miss Nan Smith. Monticello Extension Club The Monticello Extension Club took their annual fall trip Tuesday, Oet. 10. They motored to Burlington and spent a most enjoyable Mrs. Maude Davis second high and Mrs. Helen Mc- Roberts consolation. Hostesses for Nov. 14 will be Mrs. Frances Nichols and Mrs. Kathleen Miller. Host and hostess for club night Nov. 28 will be Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller. Mary.Mar(ha SS Class The Mary-Martha Sunday School Class met Friday evening, Oct. 13 with Mrs. Fred Leeser. The president, Mrs. Howard Legg, opened the meeting with the poem, "The Soul Like Nature, Has Its Seasons." Roll call was answered by naming your favorite fall tree. For the devotional Mrs. Leeser gave the article, "The Peacemaker". day. togring the Westland .... Mi..  Smith rede.d Mall. Enroute home they bad everyone that the group wzll dinner at the Knotty Pine in be going to Prairie View Rest Keokuk. Those attending were: Mrs. Lillard Wallace, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Mrs. B. N. Fee, Mrs. Fred Leeser, Mrs. Chester Stice, Mrs. Russell Bowls, Mrs. Winston Little and guest, Mrs. James Fish of Quincy. River Valley Country Club Ladies night social was held Tuesday night, Oct. 10 at the River Valley Country Club. A delicious buffet dinner was served by Nancy Frisby. Mrs. Isabel Bailey and Mrs. Eliza- beth Tiemann were hostesses. Four tables of bridge were played with Mrs. Azaline Maiers winning high score, Home with songs and refresh- ments Friday evening, Oct. 20. Mrs. Leeser read several poems and led' in the class benediction to close the meet- ing. Dominoes were played and a plate lunch was served. Those attending were Mrs. Wallace Veatch, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Mrs. Robert John- son, Mrs. Lillard Wallace, Mrs. Chester Stice, Mrs. Howard Legg, Mrs. Vernie Stice, Mrs. Nancy Breeding, Mrs. Chester Hinton and MLSS Nan Smith. lSee a New . Nordaas Amencan Home I i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1978 ! I ,o...... ,.oo ,... I i At the home of M. JoOnn Menk., tallelle, Missouri [ [ OlllCTIONS: Fm le 4-Wy Step (m Hwy. NO. 6, In I I % ldck. The houe. Is am lhe Nlb side d . StreW. 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