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Award to bank CANTON CITY COURT NEWS The following cases were "heard in the Canton Municipal .Court on Oct. 16 by Judge Verlin Wilson: Kenneth E. Allen, Canton, case transferred to Circuit Court. John R. Dochterman, Williamstown, peace disturb- ance by fighting, plea-guilty, fine $35. Stacey Lee Brooks, Canton, peace disturbance by ' fighting, plea-guilty, fine $35. Wilbur Padgett, Canton, failed :to appear on summons, war- " rant issued. Canton State Bank was honored by Boy Scout officials for their support in the recently concluded Boy Scout Fund Drive. From left, drive chairman Robert Ayers presents a recognition plaque to Glenn Miller. executive vice president of the bank, as Scout Executive Mike Evans and Bank President Frank Miller look on. emergency vehicle, fine $37. Dennis M. Fanger, Canton, Terry Lee Jacobs, Canton, run stop sign, fine $37. Donald . nnproper "U" turn, fine $27. Robert E. Silkwood, Kingston, Mo., driving wh|le intoxicated, plea-guilty, plea and ruling held in suspension pending R. Wolf, Canton, failed to appear on 9-18-78, warrant issued, $25. Donald R. Wolf, Canton, careless and impru- dent driving by speeding, case continued to 11-20-78 at re- quest of defense. Josephine A. Shoup, Kahoka, illegal park- ing, fine $5. Jeremy L. Spurgeon, Williamstown, ille- gal parking, fine $5. Andrew W. Austin, Canton, speeding, failed to appear, warrant issued. Jeffrey W. Hamilton, Canton, speeding, fine $22. Jeffrey W. Hamilton, Canton, failure to yield to an completion of Alcohol Related Traffic Offenders School. Debra Lynn Shepard, Canton speeding, fine $30. Susan J. Dykstra, Canton, run 4-way stop, fine $32. Tri-State Ferti- lizer, Canton, case continued to 11-20-78 at request of defen- dant. Donald L. VanDeventer, Canton, speeding, fine $28. Vickie Jo Wilson, Canton, speeding, fine $26. Kent Kriegshauser, Pitts- I I II Ill l llll I Ill ville, Ill., illegal parking, fine Ei'D $5. John F. Blackburn, Can- I- n v ton, speeding, fine $30. Mich- ms,= pmmAmPLSlJ m lm smmmmanmm ael G. Sparrow, Canton, careless and reckless driving I:MtKI:NIL.I AMflULANLg ........ d, ...... oy nshtanmg ana spinning ll;RVl"!  tires, fine $57. Wanna Wal- .... --=wi lace, Canton, illegal perking, Dial Operator and ask for fine $5 ENTERPRIS E 30135 , CANTON. Me. •  .... THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 [[ Flying L Trailers tlCLUD nrw3 ,J[ Horse Trailers - Flat Bed Trailers ][ We Moderns Club [] ...... ..... [ The We Moderns Club J] Stock Traders - rain Irailers  MFWC held their 25th anni- ll ....  versary celebration at the i kind of trailer you  Golden Bell in LaBelle Wed., ;!lI .. " . - I oct. 11. The evening began !!I would need contact  with Jan Little welcoming all !iI .................  and presenting corsages to ii 222- 0212 or 222 - 0218 [ charter members, Doris HeR- !! ,, ".. ,.- .... ,.nn ^z man, Martha Lou O'Dear, i A. rllnTon ,14-zoo-oral ] Peggy Phillips and Doris : Smith. • Special music was provided Regmstered Angus I I • 8 i,. Frmday, Oct. 27, 1978 [ im J. D. McCutchan & Son J.W. Clark m il , Selected Sires 1 i i lII=Imll  ! I l Earl Marshall Llga Grind Cllampin 197I Nlt'l Welllrfl • 1 nd  " $ " lm Other Get and Service Sires "l l • Empire verick nadlan SkyscraPe*r Bhlck Revolulh }i1, 1 l Waflrtdge Adventure t65R Emulous Marshall I Syre Pipeline 44E I • 1 l|ock levoluti Black Revolution 621 114ok Ilvolli(m 777 • :l I$1ขk Revo|ufio 090 Black Revolution 130 /VrWl| prtd 2 • • Marshall pride 24 Big John Jr. Churchill M Wye • im • . Selling • m !m • McCutchan Angus -" -- J.W. Clark m Momticoilo, Mo. Uworl Mostlcello, Mo II P,.. '.9 P" ''' l l ฐ'''4.'s''' ' Scheer. Sale Mgr. -m ^.=.o-.-: Tommy Williams com.,.., m. m ..,.,.,,...o. --, .,,o.. =..... I mmmmmmmmm LaBelle Manor Happeninp Leo Lutz was a patient in KO hospital in Kirlrrille for a couple of days for tests. Alga Minor is a patient in New Laughlin hospital, and Dee Killebrew is a patient at KO hospital, both in Kirksville. Mrs. Louise Redding donat- ed some magazines this week. They were greatly appreciat- ed. Flowers were donated by the family of William Hender- son. Our sympathy is extend- ed to the family and friends. The residents enjoyed play- ing card bingo Monday after- noon. Winners received ice cream and soda. A spelling bee was held in Tri - State award by Judith Howe and Betty Dance. Dinner was then enjoyed by all. After the dinner, Peggy Phillips read letters from those club members unable to attend. A game "Know your .club members" was played Chris Mathes, Boy Scout Council officer, of Columbia (left) witnesses the presentation of a Scouting Award plaque presented to Dick Pulse of TriState Fertilizer in Canton for their contribution to scouting. Robert Ayers (right) chairman of the local Boy Scout Fund Drive, makes the We presentation. Lou club's past twenty-five years. Those attending were: form- er members, Kathleen Van Meter and Enna Marie Gnuse. Wednesday Club members: Altha Silvey, Margaret Hol- bert, Myrtle Vance, Pauline Or,h, Helen Frericks, Jea- nette McCracken, Winnie Co- der, Mary Smith and gust, Betty Shuman Moderns Club: Martha O'Dear, Betty Dance, with winner Bernita Penn; followed by Colleen Dannen- hauer giving the "We Mo- derns History." The evening closed with Jan Club" and also "Happy Birth- day" to Doris Heitman and Ann Kempe. Words of thanks and re- memberances were given by Betty Shut,s, Neva Sue Em- rick, Betty Jo Phillll, Judith Howe, Janis Van Meter, Jeanette Holbert, Nancy Arn- old, Bernita Penn, Doris Smith, Ann Kempe, Doris Little and Colleen  Altha Silvey, Margaret Hol- hauer leading the group in a bert and Winnie Coder. Scrap- song, "This Club Is Your books were on display of the HeRman, Peggy Phillips, Jan Little and Colleen Dannen- bauer. the front lom afternoon for the the Manor. to out spell one Bible study the residents nesday afterno- Hamilton was LaBelle First to give the study. Thursday coffee gether to visit times. They coffee and cake. Friday bingo by the bingo and those received M START YOUR CHILDI00(:N Your Memorial fitting tribute t01 one. This helps support search, service Memorial gift 1 be sent to your of the Society. FUTUR(: NOW " _ i • • • ' ,,, 00our o000reo 00rewoo00o00o0000o0,ou can I m / .. themand you give,them en[:OU/ .or: ?  ...... ii when they are babies...feed 'em, change 'em, rock er I l/1 to sleep. When they go off to school, you provide th e   with books, pencils, note pads and lunch moneY.   their teens, you operate a taxi service, keep the frid" full and worry a lot. What more can you do for YoU I m kids....'? r START A SAI/INGS ACCOUNT FOR THEM AT QUINCY PEOPLES!  Drop by Quincy Peoples today and open a preS',,  tige ฎ or passbook savings account in your childre ! m names. You can start small, just a few dollars a we' m Add to their savings regularly each week. The savin mi,= grow as your children grow. It develops early thr habits rovt fin n t l fu tow mm ' p des a good a ca base for the 1  and is available when children reach college age. 1  Your children have a lot going for them now.. i sure their future is considered, too. Quincy P m: --- can help you start a savings program for your cr  and now is the time to startl ]IkQUINCY PEOPLES II I, SAVINGS & LOAN Office H 8 hs &MMo nAlv ilEohr:: T!sltNvallYY ) :L:ui!i.:!/wp3n .0/.8/nF: 12 ;/O.'!2::4.0t  0: 30 p.m. Pittsfield -Pike County Savings & Loan Award to bank CANTON CITY COURT NEWS The following cases were "heard in the Canton Municipal .Court on Oct. 16 by Judge Verlin Wilson: Kenneth E. Allen, Canton, case transferred to Circuit Court. John R. Dochterman, Williamstown, peace disturb- ance by fighting, plea-guilty, fine $35. Stacey Lee Brooks, Canton, peace disturbance by ' fighting, plea-guilty, fine $35. Wilbur Padgett, Canton, failed :to appear on summons, war- " rant issued. Canton State Bank was honored by Boy Scout officials for their support in the recently concluded Boy Scout Fund Drive. From left, drive chairman Robert Ayers presents a recognition plaque to Glenn Miller. executive vice president of the bank, as Scout Executive Mike Evans and Bank President Frank Miller look on. emergency vehicle, fine $37. Dennis M. Fanger, Canton, Terry Lee Jacobs, Canton, run stop sign, fine $37. Donald . nnproper "U" turn, fine $27. Robert E. Silkwood, Kingston, Mo., driving wh|le intoxicated, plea-guilty, plea and ruling held in suspension pending R. Wolf, Canton, failed to appear on 9-18-78, warrant issued, $25. Donald R. Wolf, Canton, careless and impru- dent driving by speeding, case continued to 11-20-78 at re- quest of defense. Josephine A. Shoup, Kahoka, illegal park- ing, fine $5. Jeremy L. Spurgeon, Williamstown, ille- gal parking, fine $5. Andrew W. Austin, Canton, speeding, failed to appear, warrant issued. Jeffrey W. Hamilton, Canton, speeding, fine $22. Jeffrey W. Hamilton, Canton, failure to yield to an completion of Alcohol Related Traffic Offenders School. Debra Lynn Shepard, Canton speeding, fine $30. Susan J. Dykstra, Canton, run 4-way stop, fine $32. Tri-State Ferti- lizer, Canton, case continued to 11-20-78 at request of defen- dant. Donald L. VanDeventer, Canton, speeding, fine $28. Vickie Jo Wilson, Canton, speeding, fine $26. Kent Kriegshauser, Pitts- I I II Ill l llll I Ill ville, Ill., illegal parking, fine Ei'D $5. John F. Blackburn, Can- I- n v ton, speeding, fine $30. Mich- ms,= pmmAmPLSlJ m lm smmmmanmm ael G. Sparrow, Canton, careless and reckless driving I:MtKI:NIL.I AMflULANLg ........ d, ...... oy nshtanmg ana spinning ll;RVl"!  tires, fine $57. Wanna Wal- .... --=wi lace, Canton, illegal perking, Dial Operator and ask for fine $5 ENTERPRIS E 30135 , CANTON. Me. •  .... THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 [[ Flying L Trailers tlCLUD nrw3 ,J[ Horse Trailers - Flat Bed Trailers ][ We Moderns Club [] ...... ..... [ The We Moderns Club J] Stock Traders - rain Irailers  MFWC held their 25th anni- ll ....  versary celebration at the i kJnd of trailer you  Golden Bell in LaBelle Wed., ;!lI .. " . - I oct. 11. The evening began !!I would need contact  with Jan Little welcoming all !iI .................  and presenting corsages to ii 222- 0212 or 222 - 0218 [ charter members, Doris HeR- !! ,, ".. ,.- .... ,.nn ^z man, Martha Lou O'Dear, i A. rllnTon ,14-zoo-oral ] Peggy Phillips and Doris : Smith. • Special music was provided Regmstered Angus I I • 8 i,. Frmday, Oct. 27, 1978 [ im J. D. McCutchan & Son J.W. Clark m il , Selected Sires 1 i i lII=Imll  ! I l Earl Marshall Llga Grind Cllampin 197I Nlt'l Welllrfl • 1 nd  " $ " lm Other Get and Service Sires "l l • Empire verick nadlan SkyscraPe*r Bhlck Revolulh }i1, 1 l Waflrtdge Adventure t65R Emulous Marshall I Syre Pipeline 44E I • 1 l|ock levoluti Black Revolution 621 114ok Ilvolli(m 777 • :l I$1ขk Revo|ufio 090 Black Revolution 130 /VrWl| prtd 2 • • Marshall pride 24 Big John Jr. Churchill M Wye • im • . Selling • m !m • McCutchan Angus -" -- J.W. Clark m Momticoilo, Mo. Uworl Mostlcello, Mo II P,.. '.9 P" ''' l l ฐ'''4.'s''' ' Scheer. Sale Mgr. -m ^.=.o-.-: Tommy Williams com.,.., m. m ..,.,.,,...o. --, .,,o.. =..... I mmmmmmmmm LaBelle Manor Happeninp Leo Lutz was a patient in KO hospital in Kirlrrille for a couple of days for tests. Alga Minor is a patient in New Laughlin hospital, and Dee Killebrew is a patient at KO hospital, both in Kirksville. Mrs. Louise Redding donat- ed some magazines this week. They were greatly appreciat- ed. Flowers were donated by the family of William Hender- son. Our sympathy is extend- ed to the family and friends. The residents enjoyed play- ing card bingo Monday after- noon. Winners received ice cream and soda. A spelling bee was held in Tri - State award by Judith Howe and Betty Dance. Dinner was then enjoyed by all. After the dinner, Peggy Phillips read letters from those club members unable to attend. A game "Know your .club members" was played Chris Mathes, Boy Scout Council officer, of Columbia (left) witnesses the presentation of a Scouting Award plaque presented to Dick Pulse of TriState Fertilizer in Canton for their contribution to scouting. Robert Ayers (right) chairman of the local Boy Scout Fund Drive, makes the We presentation. Lou club's past twenty-five years. Those attending were: form- er members, Kathleen Van Meter and Enna Marie Gnuse. Wednesday Club members: Altha Silvey, Margaret Hol- bert, Myrtle Vance, Pauline Or,h, Helen Frericks, Jea- nette McCracken, Winnie Co- der, Mary Smith and gust, Betty Shuman Moderns Club: Martha O'Dear, Betty Dance, with winner Bernita Penn; followed by Colleen Dannen- hauer giving the "We Mo- derns History." The evening closed with Jan Club" and also "Happy Birth- day" to Doris Heitman and Ann Kempe. Words of thanks and re- memberances were given by Betty Shut,s, Neva Sue Em- rick, Betty Jo Phillll, Judith Howe, Janis Van Meter, Jeanette Holbert, Nancy Arn- old, Bernita Penn, Doris Smith, Ann Kempe, Doris Little and Colleen  Altha Silvey, Margaret Hol- hauer leading the group in a bert and Winnie Coder. Scrap- song, "This Club Is Your books were on display of the HeRman, Peggy Phillips, Jan Little and Colleen Dannen- bauer. the front lom afternoon for the the Manor. to out spell one Bible study the residents nesday afterno- Hamilton was LaBelle First to give the study. Thursday coffee gether to visit times. They coffee and cake. Friday bingo by the bingo and those received M START YOUR CHILDI00(:N Your Memorial fitting tribute t01 one. This helps support search, service Memorial gift 1 be sent to your of the Society. FUTUR(: NOW " _ i • • • ' ,,, 00our o000reo 00rewoo00o00o0000o0,ou can I m / .. themand you give,them en[:OU/ .or: ?  ...... ii when they are babies...feed 'em, change 'em, rock er I l/1 to sleep. When they go off to school, you provide th e   with books, pencils, note pads and lunch moneY.   their teens, you operate a taxi service, keep the frid" full and worry a lot. What more can you do for YoU I m kids....'? r START A SAI/INGS ACCOUNT FOR THEM AT QUINCY PEOPLES!  Drop by Quincy Peoples today and open a preS',,  tige ฎ or passbook savings account in your childre ! m names. You can start small, just a few dollars a we' m Add to their savings regularly each week. The savin mi,= grow as your children grow. It develops early thr habits rovt fin n t l fu tow mm ' p des a good a ca base for the 1  and is available when children reach college age. 1  Your children have a lot going for them now.. i sure their future is considered, too. Quincy P m: --- can help you start a savings program for your cr  and now is the time to startl ]IkQUINCY PEOPLES II I, SAVINGS & LOAN Office H 8 hs &MMo nAlv ilEohr:: T!sltNvallYY ) :L:ui!i.:!/wp3n .0/.8/nF: 12 ;/O.'!2::4.0t  0: 30 p.m. Pittsfield -Pike County Savings & Loan