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• . ,,t • /r.' " BY MRS. NANCY BREEDING end who is in was on cross- landed at St. to Lewistown end with his Mrs. Vaughn Victor Munz- Mr. and Mrs. attended the fry at Lewis- Houghton was Wednesday Club at her home of High a Thursday thru visitor of Mr. Houghton and and Mrs. Ralph and Kenny of them for the Mrs. Kenneth Johnny spent with her and Mrs. Ben and visited Mr. and Mrs. and family of Ill. Anderson, Mrs. Jason Hollowell of Quincy spent from Friday til Sunday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell. His mother, Mrs. Judy Hollowell, came for him Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steele of Wyaconda, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lyon and Mary Jo of Wayland were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger. Billie Anderson spent Satur- day night with Blain Emrick at Lewistown. Mrs. Okie Legg is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Charles Little and Mrs. Victor Munzlinger visited their father, Clay Marks, at LaBelle Manor Wednesday. Mrs. W. K. Ficklin spent Saturday with Mrs. Ethel Owsley and Mrs. Ruth Lee at Hannibal. Miss Kay Doran accompanied her. Mrs. Arthur Kimberley call- ed on Mrs. Homer T. Kim- berley Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spear of Savannah visited-in the Rus- sell Bowls home Saturday morning. In the evening the Bowlses and other,members of the Speer family had supper at Luray. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice spent Sunday afternoon and evening with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe and and dau- Elainat LaBelle. )awn'&nderson , bl[r-, anti,Mrs. Danny Dan- Brownie roller eer and daughters visit- at Kahoka ed his_ grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer at [,egg and Miss Lewistown Sunday. of Kirksville Mrs. Bruce Anderson ac- with Mr. and companied Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips and daughters EAGLES - FOOD SALE to St. Louis Sunday where they were joined by Mitch Phillips and all attended the football game• Mrs. Raymond Steele, Mrs. Edwin Lyon and Mary Jo, Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger and Mrs. Elsie Munzlinger called on Mrs. Jerry Houghton Sunday afternoon. Miss Dawn Anderson spent Friday night with Miss Bren- da Schlager. Mrs. Robert Johnson of Canton spent Friday night with Mrs. Lillard Wallace and attended the meeting of the Mary-Martha Sunday school class at the home of Mrs. Fred Leeser that evening. Saturday morning Mrs. John- son and Mrs. Wallace left for the week end with relatives near Gallatin. Mrs. Ron Van Meter of Farmington, In., and Floyd Heindselman of LaGrange called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Munzlin- ger. Johnny Williams, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams, walked all the way on the CROP walk Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. John Geisendorfer were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer for a card party. Mr. and Mrs. Sieghard Krueger and sons of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Norris Hinton and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H Evert Hinton. Mr. Krueger preached at the Bunker Hill Christian church Sunday. O Mr. and Mrs. E. O.  Geisendorfer were Sunday - .... dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O'e 28 Larry McConnell and family. ," ..... Afternoon and Sunday eve- • : nin_g callers of Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family were Electric00' Canton O Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dan- forth, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. Paul Hinton and UBLI00C tE the estate of he late John H. Jacobs will sell all the personal located at 616 North 7th, Grant Street, in Canton on: CANTON. MO THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 Mrs. Carroll Schnitzer and Brad. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Howard John- ston at Hannibal. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and family attended the 60th anniversary of his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boltz at Montrose, Ia., Sunday afternoon. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeser were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith, Mrs. Larry Hudnut and Lora, Misses Nan and Grace Smith and Miss Jill McCutchan. Mrs. Don Brown, Diana and Dale attended the 4-H bowling party at Kahoka Sunday. Jason Hollowell of Quincy spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray and Linton Jenkins spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children- $1.50, children under 6 free. Williamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Sam Hogge and Mrs. Bertha Mac Carpenter of Taylor spent Thursday after- noon with Mrs. W. K. Ficklin. Mrs. Arthur Kimberley call- ed on Mrs. Marvin Althoff and Mrs. Robert Price Monday. Mrs. H. B. Smith of Kimber- ly City and brother, Sherwood Gregory of Wichita, Kans., were Wednesday to Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls. Mrs. Paul McCarty of Lewistown joined them for dinner on Thursday. In the evening all drove to Quincy and visited Mrs. Louis Berryman. Mrs. Chester Stice and Mrs. Phillip Mcgee took Mrs. Melvin Grgurich to Hannibal for dinner Saturday honoring her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ruth- erford called on Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown Thursday eve- ning. Several families attend carry.in dinner Friday Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lasswell of Shelbyville, and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Holland, Bruce and Beth, of Evergreen, Colo., were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nichols, who entertained at a carry-in supper in their honor. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph St. Clair, Mark and Raella of Wyaconda, Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Hudnut, Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, Shelly White, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tucker, Mrs. Mable Briscoe, Mrs. C. C. Croy, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nichols and son and Jerry Kaylor and family. The Lasswells were former resi- dents of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Croy spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Art Shannon. Mrs. Rowe Ewing spent Thursday with Mrs. Leona Miller of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hill, who spent the past few days with her mother, Mrs. MaRie Ford, left Friday to spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. Ed Wallace of Mexico, before leaving for their home in Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Art Shannon spent Friday in the Raymond Parker home of Memphis. Mrs. Hazel B. Legg was a Sunday afternoon caller of her son, Lysle and family of Kahoka. Robert Craig of Sun Prairie, Wisc., spent Friday to Mon- day with his sister, Mrs. Ona St. Clair. Other Friday eve- ning guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester St. Clair, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne St. Clair of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ma Krue-°Kenneth St. Clair. The above ger spent Sunday to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen • Krueger and sons. They are now living in an apartment in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Krue- ger of Lewistown were Mon- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Krueger. wsnot'.tm TUESDAY, OCTOBER.,, 24TH HOUSEHOLD, ANTIQUES AND GLASSWARE and contents; radio and contents; 3 hedge trimmers and Washing machine; orange basket; tub and contents; skates and i clothing and boots; metal closet; linens; table & 6 chairs; stove, ; high chair; fan in window; refrigerator; 11 cabinets; gray ; radio; wall clock; lots of electric appliances; 2 transistor tea pot; pressed glass; bowl; salt cellar; pitcher; wall clock; and matching chair; brown Vinyl chair; foot stool; end TV and stand; steel cabinet and contents; bed and dresser; picture frames; lamps; sewing machine; folding, bed; child's child's chair; black vinyl chair; rocker and chair; electric brown dresser; blonde dresser; gray rug; 3 trays; 2 celloid 3 baskets; 7 pieces of plaster figure;; magazine rack; mirror; iron bed and quilt; baby bed; rocking chair; dresser; dishes; corn dish; 3bowls; mugs; buttons; TV; bed and fern stand; antique wall clock; wardrobe; set of ; dresser and contents; wooden bed; library table; bed; trunks; mirror; cameras; suit cases; 6 red depression toy dresser; fans; crocks; boat, oars; trout lines and all 2 boat motors; lawn mower; extension ladder; small hand plow; saw; all garden tools and hose; aluminum items; 2 1 stool; 2 work benches; 3 blow'torches; bed; baby bed; 2 and parts; 6 tool boxes and contents; violin; 4 vises; motors; assorted lamp parts; kerosene stove; 2 radios and ; quilting frames; lots of hand tools; several miscellaneous items s to mention. 00lrs. Kenneth Bross .& Mrs. Jerry Strahlman, Administrators group were Saturday supper guests in the Chester St. Clair home of rural Wyaconda. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Durward Speer were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer of Savannah. Callers Wednesday in the Harold Merrell home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herren of Canton, Mrs. Joyce Migleri and daughter, Mary Ann, and Karin Brown of Chicago. Vsitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Rector were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson of Wyaconda, Mrs. Michalene Joy and daughter, Mrs. Donna Speer, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Weber, and Miss "Yessir, I can give your Idaughter financial security..? ,. ,q  , , , "I've got the Shmld!" For all kinds of life insurance programs .... and for your heakh, home and car • , your nearby MFA Insurance Agent has exactly hal you need: The Shield of Sheher', TERRY FRETwELL Ph. 288.3734 tewistown & Canton, Mo. Cash Not responsible for accidents Auctioneer & Sales Mgr.: Gary Kolthoff Note: All these items have been inventoried and a list will be lots of things not mentioned. I understand 10 rooms of furniture and a barn full, so plan to be wlth us on t t t t.d mO/J BY MISS MINNIE SELWAY Kristy Hines. Recent callers were Mattie Ford, Phyllis Hill and Harold Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer of Savannah spent Saturday to Monday with her mother, Mrs. Michalene Joy. They, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown of Canton, and Mrs. John Bevans and Mrs. Freda Bevans bad supper at a Luray cafe and all spent the evening with the latter Mrs. Bevans in Fair- mont. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wiiliamstown Masonic Lodge. Miss Mable Walker attended the Golden Rule club at the home of Mrs. Arthur McClain in Kahoka Friday evening and was an over night guest of her sister, Mrs. Charley Nichols and Mr. Nichols. Miss Mable Walker was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lass- well and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Holland and family of Colorado. Other guests were Weston Lasswell of Kansas City, Bob Owen and family of Kahoka, Julian Lasswell of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lasswell, Jimmy Lasswell and family of LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lasswell. Miss Walker also called to see Mrs. Alma Logan near Bethel. The Williamstown 4-H group who made the CROP walk Sudnay from Higl House Corner to the Christian church in Canton were Jeff and Starler Murphy, Debbie and Lori Legg, Beverly, Belinda and Gene Breeden, with their leader, Mrs. Esther Breeding. They collected $76. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bragg of Dallas, TEx., were last week visitors of their sister, Mrs. Rowe Ewing and Mr. Ewing. Nola Jean Degarde of Canton was a Sunday over night visitor of Karen Nichols. Mrs. Sarah Smallwood was a Monday visitor of Mrs. Maxine Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lem. mon were Sunday afternoon visitors of the letter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zdlan of Kahoka. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mer- rell spent Monday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan. Mrs. Martin Pierce visited her mother, Mrs. Lillie Owen, Sunday at the Clark County nursing home in Kahoka. Mrs. Pierce also spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Michalene Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mum- ma and their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Kelly of Quincy and Leila Hopson and friend of Loraine, had dinner at the Cedar Crest cafe in Luray. Mr. and Mrs. Lester McFar- land spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. George Spur- geon and James were Sunday 00/00a00laeb00xg Mrs. Jim Davenport and Mrs. Robert Minear were luncheon guests of Mrs. T. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R Swartz Tuesday. ": Mand Mrs.* Fort IVlCCrac- ken have sold their farm to Mr. and Mrs. Kent Myers of near Knox City. The McCrac- kens have purchased and moved into a home north of the community center in the northern part of Steffenville. Misses Anne and Kathy Mincer d Kirksville visited in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mincer, Jim and Bob, during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lillard were recent evening callers of Mrs. Lucille Mincer. Mrs. Noble Morriss and Mrs. Robert Minear were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Lewis Myers. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch Saturday were Patra and Carmen Tungate, Tina Hall, Mrs. Elaine Stutsman and Dwayne Tungate. A family dinner and get to- gether was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber Sunday, Oct. 1. Those present from Cedar Rapids were Mrs. Clara Webber, Mr. and Mrs. John Raetz, Elda Vileta, Dorothy Hopple and Mrs. David Rhodes of Higginsville, and Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley and family of La- Belle. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and children were her sister from Oakville, Ia., Mrs. Arlene Blaise and children and his sister from Kirksville, Mrs. Vera Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tungate and Jeffery have had several of the Tungate's grandchil- dred as guests this week end, namely Patra and Carmen Tungate, Tina, Tracy, Jason and Daren Hall. Mrs. Donnie Bowen of Steffenville was a visitor of Miss Kathy Minear Saturday. Steve Lewis of Ewing was a Sunday visit'or of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davenport. Lou Ella Smith and Stella Wilson visited Mrs. Jim Vanskike in Newark Wednes- day afternoon. Miss Margaret Myers and Tom Westhoff of Kirksville were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers and Craig. Lee Taylor called on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sharpe and LUCILLE MINEAR Glenn Sunday. Miss Janee Miller was a Sunday supper guest of Miss Carolyn Searle. Chet Florea and Bobby Minear, who: are members of the freshman Highland foot- ball team, went to the South Shelby high school to play a football game Thursday. The score was 12-0 in favor of Highland. Mrs. John Searle and Car- olyn visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger Friday evening. • Phone help on Social Security People who have business with social security can now take care of most everything by telephone. The first week of any month is a bad time to call social security, unless the caller has very urgent business. That is the week social security and supplemental security income cheeks are delivered. During that time it is not unusual for all lines to be in use. The best time to call is after mid- month. A person can call social security to: --Apply for social security or SSI benefits. Apply for Medicare --Change name or address of record. --Report change in marital status. Report stop or start of work, and other events affect- ing cheeks. Report lost or stolen check or delayed payment. --Report lost or missing social or Medicare card. --Get help with Medicare forms. --Arrange for direct deposit of cheeks. --Get benefit estimate. --Request statement of earnings record. --Get help in requesting review of decision made on claim. Before you call, be sure to have all necessary informa- tion on hand. To get help with any social security problem, call the Hannibal social security office. The telephone number is 314 221-0021, or call toll free 1 800-392-9000. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Minnerly. Brad and C• L. Legg spent Friday evening in the same home. Supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Hudnut were their sons, Larry and Lynn and families of Canton. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28 5 p.m. Adults $3, ˘hildrei $1.50, children under 6 free Wllliamstown Masonic Lodgei • Dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Joe Danforth, who are both in poor health, were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lasswell of Salem, Is: Afternoon callers were Mr, and Mrs. Dennie Danforth 0 Canton, Mrs. Monta Godne and Mrs. Doris Danforth, who has been assisting the former Danforths during their illness. Jason and Aimce Jo Legg Of Ewing spent a part of last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bash were Monday visitors of Mrs. Florence Shuman. Helping farmers get a better deal is the tradition MFA built its reputation on. This year, we're going back to basics with a special new booking program on top performing Hybrid :! Corn/Sorghum/Forages. : MFA Hybrids, made to order for :: mid-continent sunshine. .: MFA Hybrids are developed exclusively for mid-continent growin conditions. They hold their own against other leading varieties. If you :; compare price, compare service and compare performance, you'll book MFA Hybrids. See your MFA Exchange for complete details on performance trials, booking discounts and terms. Williamstown MFA Exchange Kenneth O11, Manager • Phone 853-4311 WilUamstown, Mo. Canton MFA Exchange Ronald Job Manager Phone 288-4404 Canton, Mo. LENDER /7//'/.// Winter is comingl Make your home improvements to save energy now. o., ,c o ,, s s o,,, See us about the financial help. ....... o d) • . ,,t • /r.' " BY MRS. NANCY BREEDING end who is in was on cross- landed at St. to Lewistown end with his Mrs. Vaughn Victor Munz- Mr. and Mrs. attended the fry at Lewis- Houghton was Wednesday Club at her home of High a Thursday thru visitor of Mr. Houghton and and Mrs. Ralph and Kenny of them for the Mrs. Kenneth Johnny spent with her and Mrs. Ben and visited Mr. and Mrs. and family of Ill. Anderson, Mrs. Jason Hollowell of Quincy spent from Friday til Sunday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell. His mother, Mrs. Judy Hollowell, came for him Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steele of Wyaconda, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lyon and Mary Jo of Wayland were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger. Billie Anderson spent Satur- day night with Blain Emrick at Lewistown. Mrs. Okie Legg is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Charles Little and Mrs. Victor Munzlinger visited their father, Clay Marks, at LaBelle Manor Wednesday. Mrs. W. K. Ficklin spent Saturday with Mrs. Ethel Owsley and Mrs. Ruth Lee at Hannibal. Miss Kay Doran accompanied her. Mrs. Arthur Kimberley call- ed on Mrs. Homer T. Kim- berley Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spear of Savannah visited-in the Rus- sell Bowls home Saturday morning. In the evening the Bowlses and other,members of the Speer family had supper at Luray. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice spent Sunday afternoon and evening with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe and and dau- Elainat LaBelle. )awn'&nderson , bl[r-, anti,Mrs. Danny Dan- Brownie roller eer and daughters visit- at Kahoka ed his_ grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer at [,egg and Miss Lewistown Sunday. of Kirksville Mrs. Bruce Anderson ac- with Mr. and companied Mr. and Mrs. Leland Phillips and daughters EAGLES - FOOD SALE to St. Louis Sunday where they were joined by Mitch Phillips and all attended the football game• Mrs. Raymond Steele, Mrs. Edwin Lyon and Mary Jo, Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger and Mrs. Elsie Munzlinger called on Mrs. Jerry Houghton Sunday afternoon. Miss Dawn Anderson spent Friday night with Miss Bren- da Schlager. Mrs. Robert Johnson of Canton spent Friday night with Mrs. Lillard Wallace and attended the meeting of the Mary-Martha Sunday school class at the home of Mrs. Fred Leeser that evening. Saturday morning Mrs. John- son and Mrs. Wallace left for the week end with relatives near Gallatin. Mrs. Ron Van Meter of Farmington, In., and Floyd Heindselman of LaGrange called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Munzlin- ger. Johnny Williams, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams, walked all the way on the CROP walk Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. John Geisendorfer were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer for a card party. Mr. and Mrs. Sieghard Krueger and sons of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Norris Hinton and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H Evert Hinton. Mr. Krueger preached at the Bunker Hill Christian church Sunday. O Mr. and Mrs. E. O.  Geisendorfer were Sunday - .... dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O'e 28 Larry McConnell and family. ," ..... Afternoon and Sunday eve- • : nin_g callers of Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family were Electric00' Canton O Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dan- forth, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. Paul Hinton and UBLI00C tE the estate of he late John H. Jacobs will sell all the personal located at 616 North 7th, Grant Street, in Canton on: CANTON. MO THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 Mrs. Carroll Schnitzer and Brad. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Howard John- ston at Hannibal. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and family attended the 60th anniversary of his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boltz at Montrose, Ia., Sunday afternoon. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeser were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith, Mrs. Larry Hudnut and Lora, Misses Nan and Grace Smith and Miss Jill McCutchan. Mrs. Don Brown, Diana and Dale attended the 4-H bowling party at Kahoka Sunday. Jason Hollowell of Quincy spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fretwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray and Linton Jenkins spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children- $1.50, children under 6 free. Williamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Sam Hogge and Mrs. Bertha Mac Carpenter of Taylor spent Thursday after- noon with Mrs. W. K. Ficklin. Mrs. Arthur Kimberley call- ed on Mrs. Marvin Althoff and Mrs. Robert Price Monday. Mrs. H. B. Smith of Kimber- ly City and brother, Sherwood Gregory of Wichita, Kans., were Wednesday to Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls. Mrs. Paul McCarty of Lewistown joined them for dinner on Thursday. In the evening all drove to Quincy and visited Mrs. Louis Berryman. Mrs. Chester Stice and Mrs. Phillip Mcgee took Mrs. Melvin Grgurich to Hannibal for dinner Saturday honoring her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ruth- erford called on Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown Thursday eve- ning. Several families attend carry.in dinner Friday Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lasswell of Shelbyville, and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Holland, Bruce and Beth, of Evergreen, Colo., were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nichols, who entertained at a carry-in supper in their honor. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph St. Clair, Mark and Raella of Wyaconda, Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Hudnut, Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, Shelly White, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tucker, Mrs. Mable Briscoe, Mrs. C. C. Croy, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nichols and son and Jerry Kaylor and family. The Lasswells were former resi- dents of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Croy spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Art Shannon. Mrs. Rowe Ewing spent Thursday with Mrs. Leona Miller of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hill, who spent the past few days with her mother, Mrs. MaRie Ford, left Friday to spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. Ed Wallace of Mexico, before leaving for their home in Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Art Shannon spent Friday in the Raymond Parker home of Memphis. Mrs. Hazel B. Legg was a Sunday afternoon caller of her son, Lysle and family of Kahoka. Robert Craig of Sun Prairie, Wisc., spent Friday to Mon- day with his sister, Mrs. Ona St. Clair. Other Friday eve- ning guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester St. Clair, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne St. Clair of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ma Krue-°Kenneth St. Clair. The above ger spent Sunday to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen • Krueger and sons. They are now living in an apartment in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Krue- ger of Lewistown were Mon- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Krueger. wsnot'.tm TUESDAY, OCTOBER.,, 24TH HOUSEHOLD, ANTIQUES AND GLASSWARE and contents; radio and contents; 3 hedge trimmers and Washing machine; orange basket; tub and contents; skates and i clothing and boots; metal closet; linens; table & 6 chairs; stove, ; high chair; fan in window; refrigerator; 11 cabinets; gray ; radio; wall clock; lots of electric appliances; 2 transistor tea pot; pressed glass; bowl; salt cellar; pitcher; wall clock; and matching chair; brown Vinyl chair; foot stool; end TV and stand; steel cabinet and contents; bed and dresser; picture frames; lamps; sewing machine; folding, bed; child's child's chair; black vinyl chair; rocker and chair; electric brown dresser; blonde dresser; gray rug; 3 trays; 2 celloid 3 baskets; 7 pieces of plaster figure;; magazine rack; mirror; iron bed and quilt; baby bed; rocking chair; dresser; dishes; corn dish; 3bowls; mugs; buttons; TV; bed and fern stand; antique wall clock; wardrobe; set of ; dresser and contents; wooden bed; library table; bed; trunks; mirror; cameras; suit cases; 6 red depression toy dresser; fans; crocks; boat, oars; trout lines and all 2 boat motors; lawn mower; extension ladder; small hand plow; saw; all garden tools and hose; aluminum items; 2 1 stool; 2 work benches; 3 blow'torches; bed; baby bed; 2 and parts; 6 tool boxes and contents; violin; 4 vises; motors; assorted lamp parts; kerosene stove; 2 radios and ; quilting frames; lots of hand tools; several miscellaneous items s to mention. 00lrs. Kenneth Bross .& Mrs. Jerry Strahlman, Administrators group were Saturday supper guests in the Chester St. Clair home of rural Wyaconda. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Durward Speer were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer of Savannah. Callers Wednesday in the Harold Merrell home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herren of Canton, Mrs. Joyce Migleri and daughter, Mary Ann, and Karin Brown of Chicago. Vsitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Rector were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson of Wyaconda, Mrs. Michalene Joy and daughter, Mrs. Donna Speer, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Weber, and Miss "Yessir, I can give your Idaughter financial security..? ,. ,q  , , , "I've got the Shmld!" For all kinds of life insurance programs .... and for your heakh, home and car • , your nearby MFA Insurance Agent has exactly hal you need: The Shield of Sheher', TERRY FRETwELL Ph. 288.3734 tewistown & Canton, Mo. Cash Not responsible for accidents Auctioneer & Sales Mgr.: Gary Kolthoff Note: All these items have been inventoried and a list will be lots of things not mentioned. I understand 10 rooms of furniture and a barn full, so plan to be wlth us on t t t t.d mO/J BY MISS MINNIE SELWAY Kristy Hines. Recent callers were Mattie Ford, Phyllis Hill and Harold Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer of Savannah spent Saturday to Monday with her mother, Mrs. Michalene Joy. They, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown of Canton, and Mrs. John Bevans and Mrs. Freda Bevans bad supper at a Luray cafe and all spent the evening with the latter Mrs. Bevans in Fair- mont. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wiiliamstown Masonic Lodge. Miss Mable Walker attended the Golden Rule club at the home of Mrs. Arthur McClain in Kahoka Friday evening and was an over night guest of her sister, Mrs. Charley Nichols and Mr. Nichols. Miss Mable Walker was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lass- well and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Holland and family of Colorado. Other guests were Weston Lasswell of Kansas City, Bob Owen and family of Kahoka, Julian Lasswell of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lasswell, Jimmy Lasswell and family of LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lasswell. Miss Walker also called to see Mrs. Alma Logan near Bethel. The Williamstown 4-H group who made the CROP walk Sudnay from Higl House Corner to the Christian church in Canton were Jeff and Starler Murphy, Debbie and Lori Legg, Beverly, Belinda and Gene Breeden, with their leader, Mrs. Esther Breeding. They collected $76. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bragg of Dallas, TEx., were last week visitors of their sister, Mrs. Rowe Ewing and Mr. Ewing. Nola Jean Degarde of Canton was a Sunday over night visitor of Karen Nichols. Mrs. Sarah Smallwood was a Monday visitor of Mrs. Maxine Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lem. mon were Sunday afternoon visitors of the letter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zdlan of Kahoka. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mer- rell spent Monday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan. Mrs. Martin Pierce visited her mother, Mrs. Lillie Owen, Sunday at the Clark County nursing home in Kahoka. Mrs. Pierce also spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Michalene Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mum- ma and their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Kelly of Quincy and Leila Hopson and friend of Loraine, had dinner at the Cedar Crest cafe in Luray. Mr. and Mrs. Lester McFar- land spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. George Spur- geon and James were Sunday 00/00a00laeb00xg Mrs. Jim Davenport and Mrs. Robert Minear were luncheon guests of Mrs. T. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R Swartz Tuesday. ": Mand Mrs.* Fort IVlCCrac- ken have sold their farm to Mr. and Mrs. Kent Myers of near Knox City. The McCrac- kens have purchased and moved into a home north of the community center in the northern part of Steffenville. Misses Anne and Kathy Mincer d Kirksville visited in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mincer, Jim and Bob, during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lillard were recent evening callers of Mrs. Lucille Mincer. Mrs. Noble Morriss and Mrs. Robert Minear were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Lewis Myers. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch Saturday were Patra and Carmen Tungate, Tina Hall, Mrs. Elaine Stutsman and Dwayne Tungate. A family dinner and get to- gether was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber Sunday, Oct. 1. Those present from Cedar Rapids were Mrs. Clara Webber, Mr. and Mrs. John Raetz, Elda Vileta, Dorothy Hopple and Mrs. David Rhodes of Higginsville, and Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley and family of La- Belle. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and children were her sister from Oakville, Ia., Mrs. Arlene Blaise and children and his sister from Kirksville, Mrs. Vera Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tungate and Jeffery have had several of the Tungate's grandchil- dred as guests this week end, namely Patra and Carmen Tungate, Tina, Tracy, Jason and Daren Hall. Mrs. Donnie Bowen of Steffenville was a visitor of Miss Kathy Minear Saturday. Steve Lewis of Ewing was a Sunday visit'or of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davenport. Lou Ella Smith and Stella Wilson visited Mrs. Jim Vanskike in Newark Wednes- day afternoon. Miss Margaret Myers and Tom Westhoff of Kirksville were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers and Craig. Lee Taylor called on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sharpe and LUCILLE MINEAR Glenn Sunday. Miss Janee Miller was a Sunday supper guest of Miss Carolyn Searle. Chet Florea and Bobby Minear, who: are members of the freshman Highland foot- ball team, went to the South Shelby high school to play a football game Thursday. The score was 12-0 in favor of Highland. Mrs. John Searle and Car- olyn visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie Payton near Novinger Friday evening. • Phone help on Social Security People who have business with social security can now take care of most everything by telephone. The first week of any month is a bad time to call social security, unless the caller has very urgent business. That is the week social security and supplemental security income cheeks are delivered. During that time it is not unusual for all lines to be in use. The best time to call is after mid- month. A person can call social security to: --Apply for social security or SSI benefits. Apply for Medicare --Change name or address of record. --Report change in marital status. Report stop or start of work, and other events affect- ing cheeks. Report lost or stolen check or delayed payment. --Report lost or missing social or Medicare card. --Get help with Medicare forms. --Arrange for direct deposit of cheeks. --Get benefit estimate. --Request statement of earnings record. --Get help in requesting review of decision made on claim. Before you call, be sure to have all necessary informa- tion on hand. To get help with any social security problem, call the Hannibal social security office. The telephone number is 314 221-0021, or call toll free 1 800-392-9000. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Minnerly. Brad and C• L. Legg spent Friday evening in the same home. Supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Hudnut were their sons, Larry and Lynn and families of Canton. O.E.S. Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28 5 p.m. Adults $3, ˘hildrei $1.50, children under 6 free Wllliamstown Masonic Lodgei • Dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Joe Danforth, who are both in poor health, were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lasswell of Salem, Is: Afternoon callers were Mr, and Mrs. Dennie Danforth 0 Canton, Mrs. Monta Godne and Mrs. Doris Danforth, who has been assisting the former Danforths during their illness. Jason and Aimce Jo Legg Of Ewing spent a part of last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bash were Monday visitors of Mrs. Florence Shuman. Helping farmers get a better deal is the tradition MFA built its reputation on. This year, we're going back to basics with a special new booking program on top performing Hybrid :! Corn/Sorghum/Forages. : MFA Hybrids, made to order for :: mid-continent sunshine. .: MFA Hybrids are developed exclusively for mid-continent growin conditions. They hold their own against other leading varieties. If you :; compare price, compare service and compare performance, you'll book MFA Hybrids. See your MFA Exchange for complete details on performance trials, booking discounts and terms. Williamstown MFA Exchange Kenneth O11, Manager • Phone 853-4311 WilUamstown, Mo. Canton MFA Exchange Ronald Job Manager Phone 288-4404 Canton, Mo. LENDER /7//'/.// Winter is comingl Make your home improvements to save energy now. o., ,c o ,, s s o,,, See us about the financial help. ....... o d)