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Entertain State BPW Pres. The Canton Business and Professional Women's Club entertained the State Federation President, Mrs. Norms Bailey and District No. 4 Director, Miss Patsy Raney at their meeting on Oct. 12. The meeting was in the Canton Legion Hall. Tour, dinner, skits honor BPW guests guests i The Canton B.P.W. hosted two special guests last Thursday. From left to right is Canton B.P.W. President Mrs. Hazel Huston, State Federation President Mrs. Norma Bailey and the Director of District Four, Miss Patsy Raney. State Kirkpatrick urges o f Amendment No. 9 Mis- election official, off the cam- Constitutional He describ- but vital should said "would speed of election costing the Penny." No. 9 would board of of two secretary of the official returns as as they the Secretary delay. With voter approval of funding may be delayed, Kirk- Amendment No. 9, we will be patrick warned, if Amend- able to process all election ment No 9 fails to win returns as quickly as possible majority approval so that the public will know the accurate results," he continued. Secretary Kirkpatrick noted a new Missouri law will provide public funds for the new state auditor-elect replac- ing retiring incumbent Thom- as M. Keyes. Transition Whether the amendment will be approved or not, the funds to ease transition will be sent, the Secretary said. "But this money ($10,000) should be available to the auditor-elect as soon as possible. That can only happen with voter ap- proval of Amendment No. 9." Farmers asked to nominate candidates for A$C ballot Mrs. Norma Bailey, Mis- souri State Federation Presi- dent for Business and Profes- sional Women's Club for 1978-79 and her husband, George Bailey of Excelsior Springs, Mo. were guests of the Canton Club Thursday evening, Oct. 12. As a child Mrs. Bailey grew up in the Ozark Mountains, later in life moved to Denver, Colo., where there were more and bigger mountains. Her goal as president is to "climb every mountain to new hori- zons". She now is a realtor associate in Excelsior Springs. She retired last year after 26 years of service with the Corp. of Engineers in Kansas City, where she held responsible positions. Upon arriving in Canton they went to the Canton Locks to see barges going through the locks which they had never seen, and it was very fascinating to them. The Missouri Federation ranked first in the nation as of July 31 with 87.24 percent of equalization. Never in the history of the "Show Me" Federation has it ranked so high so early. The Canton n[w00 or CLUD00 Chapter BS, P.E.O. On Oct. 12, 17 members met at the home of Mrs. Mac Burge for the first P.E.O. meeting in the Fall. Mrs. Karl Bishoff was assisting hostess. Mrs Bishoff, chaplain, read scripture, Matt. 5:38-48. Mrs. Delmar Walker, presi- dent, presided during the business meeting. Mrs. L. L Dimmitt intro- duced Mrs. Dennis Smith who Wills Wheeler; recording sec- retary, Janet Kirchner; treas- urer, Carmie Schutte; finan- cial secretary, Laueta Logs- don; trustees, Beryle Hender- son and Louise McDermott; inner guard, Rosaline Uhl- meyer; outer guard, Mackie Dunker; guides-lst, Verna Pearl, 2nd-Rita Kirchner; custodian, Marian Fryer; chancellor, Amelia Uhlmeyer; scribe, Ann Igsdon; organ- The constitu- that the state races than the December. at all to wait six out who election," check the and those without this gave her program on "Take Farmers are asked to voters in the ASC community, Time to Play." Mrs. Smith nomlrmte-candidates of tleir ' and must e reoeived in the was .vaLto gve this- choice to be on the ASC county ASCS office no later program because of her community committee ballot, than Oct 30. activity in all kinds of sports says Ursa Lay. chairman .of A farmers may circulate or the Agricultural Stabilization sign nominating petitions for and Conservation (ASC)corn- as many candidates as he mittee, chooses. Anyone wishing to The ASC community corn- nominate a farmer for the mittee election will be con- ASC committee election may ducted from Nov. 24 to Dec. 4 .contact the county ASCS office by mail ballot The eight ASC for full details, including communities in Lewis County eligibility requirements for are: Canton, Dickerson,- office holders. Highland, LaBelle, Lyon, Red- Lay believes that farmer dish. Salem and Union. nominations of candidates for She provided a test to determine the interest of members in sports watched on 'IV, such as football, baseball, tennis and golf. Mrs. Smith suggested that play could be any activity which is enjoy- able, interesting and relaxing, as well as hard work in some instances. After the program, delicious refreshments were served to ist, Marie Brennan; monitor, Marie Kirchner; banner bear- er, Aga.e. Ellison. A practice was held for installation to be given next meeting, Nov. 14, at which time a visitor, Mrs. Paul, will be present. The committees reported the month's work. The social committee for next month is composed of WiUa Wheeler, Verna Pearl and Louise McDermott. The meeting was adjourned by the regent. Refreshments were enjoyed Club is one who had equalized. A skit entitled, "An Inter- view with Mother Hubbard" was presented by Betty Shuman, Mary Allen, Lucille and Pauline Gorrell. Other guests for the evening were Miss Patsy Raney, District Director No. 4 and her traveling campanion Miss Rena Hawkins of Louisiana; Mrs. Phyllis Bellamy, Lewis County Administrator for the new nursing home in Canton; Mrs. Kay Rouse, nursing staff supervisor; Mrs. Leona Stehl, Culver-Stockton housemother of Alpha XI Delta sorority; and. Mrs. Katherine Srednik of Santa Cruiz, Calif., sister of Lucille Gorrell. Hostesses for the evening were the Civic Participation committee, Lucille Quinn, Emma Sue Rose and Phyllis Alderton. October 15-21 is National Business Women's Week. A breakfast was held at the Coffee Shop Sunday morning at 8 and all attended the Methodist Church. Twenty members were present for breakfast and seventeen for church. A past president's dinner was held at Gladys Crown Student Center Tuesday eve- ning, Oct. 17. Z/00TIOH3 the Glory o! oa" and "A Prayer for Peace" by Helen Stiner Rice. The meeting was closed by all repeating the Lord's Prayer, led by Mrs. Swartz Refreshments were -served by Maggie Yardley and Ruby Phillips, the hostesses. Wednesday Extension Club Mrs Jerry Houghton hosted the Oct. II meeting of the Wednesday Extension Club at her home. Mrs. Kent Munzlinger, president, conducted the meeting, opening with the devotional by Mrs. Harold Breeden. Roll call, "Idea for a centerpiece" was answered by nine members. The club trip to Hannibal was reported on by those who went Dates to be remembered are as follows: Two leader training meetings at Monticel- lo on Oct. 17, Extension Munzlinger. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Vincent Marsot on Nov. 8. Lewis Co. Historical Society The annual meeting of the Lewis County Historical So- ciety was held Sunday, Oct. 15 in the LaGrange Presbyterian Church. Mrs Delmar Lake gave a detailed report on the Sept. 24 exhibit at Highland High school, which according to many of the exhibitors and visitors was one of the finest of such shows in the Tri-state area. The Society happy to be able to share so much history in such an ideal place, and is appreciative of all who had a part in making the day a success. The enthusiasm of folks from the area seem to predict a brighter future for the Society. Officers elected for the coming year are: presidenL W G. Barneyback, Canton; vice-president, Arthur Catron, Lewistown; secretary, Alyce the upcoming ASC committee the members and one guest, by all The social committee council on Monday, Oct. 16; Lake,ElizabethLewistoWn;Pollock, LaGrange;treasurer' Festival of fine arts at ASC committees are re- was Florence Raleigh, Ann .............. -^, program chairman, Bertrand Mrs Swan McDonald Shrinefrm after which plans were dis- omesecret v gl plans of restoratmn" s,nsible for manaoino gov- election are very important Denver, a smter of Mrs Pearl s n He said, Farmers should St[ ernment farm program o ..... " er.Lagsdn and Amelia Uhlmey- daytiannmalExtravaganzan lvmrCnonXJ,Nov.n,,--14 Goder stad, LaGrange. ---- f atmews _ "" "" n Count- lne organization is especial- N T ' the local level. To meet the petition or and elect those  " ....... at Monticeuo; Marm Y 1 ...... . . ..... y nappy to nave tvlr ana mrs ..... needs of individual producers, individuals they feel would do .l:ne next .meeting oi .u. Women's Democrat Club eratts say, ov . . . nsor Jane t, oaerstaa, new owners of the *,. A.V ASC committee members a good job as ASC committee- Will [ Ill, me home ot lvir The Lewis County Women's It was votes to spo w,. be r-,arl tarKley on uct 26 at z " -- CROP walk Cashman house (one of the must be concerned and re-..,'nen. The election of concern- " Democrat Club held their toughton in me .... ...... Also to Line homes ot early La- sponsible individuals, Lay ed farmers to postitions on p.m. meeting at the Senior Housing on unaay, oct a. - ....... ;in- fund for trange) as members s,s .,,m  said Lewis County farmers ASC committees is necessary  -- in Lewistown. A carry-in aonate to me DUlIfl g .... " " -oDd administra ...... uaughters of Isabella ....... mr ana mrs W G Barney- , v,l.w. A,V have the opportunity to noml- mr g ,, ton o ........ supper was enjoyed by all, me winiamstown parK.  . . .' ." . ,,i, b. nate persons they feel would farm programs lne tJaughters ot lsaDeua  pf ifts were oacK proviaea retresnments of best serve the farm commun- Lay further explained that met on Oct. 10 in the eceivedTh og n c n a , , ity. Farmers have received the county ASCS office wel- basement. Father Yehle said cussed to help the central r, e r ravin g fAf2;e; dhPeummPkei:t?[; df'ou r Table Settings was g" en y members were ,k,s o, e petition forms by mail and are comes all valid petitions. The Mass at 7 pm with the committeeBanquet andWithRallythe toDemcratbe held Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger and tour the CashmaPri ileged to ouse, see ..... now submitting them to the opportunity to nominate, vote, meeting following at Highland Oct. 26. Mrs Kent Munzlinger. o o . " .... Sinner were names ot lamily members .,mmcon. m rauntv ASCS offic and be elected to office is The meeting was called to The amendments on the rresent tor me u : .... ', w,,  ......  ..... ranteed to all farm order by Regent Kathleen ...... er Mrs eteneo in winaow panes, and A few basic considerations gua ers . ballot were studied and dis- mrs. lsie t, tunznng , ' to ......... should be kept in mind when regardless of race, religion, Uhlmeyer Fourteen members -. - -. near ot me toaerstaa s ini$ Smith circulating petitions, Lay said. sex, color, or nationalorigin, were present. Prayer was led cussed by all. Robert Murphy, mrs. jerry , Houghton,. Mrs. Vincent Mar- " m t__ ,, In order to be valid, petitions mu-mlwm$ by_Father Yeh!e. .. Loyal Bethany SS Class sot, Mr and Mrs George  . " be limit ^a .... e #wt The nominating commmee, " " "" d anton Women s Club MFWC ......... Nesbitt and Hubert, Mr. an M " " " '  _ must u to u.  .... The Loyal Bethany Class of .... Mr rs oosepn Hootman was K nd at nominee ........... eacn, must ]ncmue 'r ..,.--. ttita. Kircnner, r mrence Ha- the Canton Christian Church Mrs Elmer munzfinger, . _ . " ..... and uP. u.^In u.,aon Mr nostess to me Woman's Club. t 5 leigh, and Ann Logsdon r . written certification that the ((_ |11t1 Ird ...... met at the home of Mary ............................... "'F ...... " presented the omcers tor the ...... d  w, Tuesoay afternoon, '-,1 o nominee is willing to serveff .J|l. ILq . . Ellen Durkee Oct. 11. Nine and Mrs. June t,egg ana tra ..... oct IU  mus ............ N MO  coming year: past regent, 0,. emcteu, t De signed oy at " (=AN . " ,z.,.,^ . rm ........... , members answered roll call Mr. and Mrs Robert Merrell ' " " s ..... Dessert was served at 1 30 least three eligible farm THURSDAY OCT. 19, 1978 n.at..tu o,,,i.S,, :, The afternoon devotional was and Mr. and Mr lxent ,. ..... ':') - Flu,n, ...... ,,; ....  ..... presented by Sylvia Jobe.  " ' conducted by the president, Mrs. Kenneth Barkley, Mrs. ,Fhrisfmtls .Shop in October, l Cecil Alfrey and Mrs. Ann" _ . FIarford were guests, Refresh-  - ments were served by the F0r Best Selectens00 i . aostess. , Relax #n December I ethistBuildersass UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH ( MethodistThe BuilderSchurch,ClaSScanton,Of the ,:,_ ,Shp Grant'SChmstmasfOr Clftg,yur _ met at the educational build-  . . . ffi 00pecla00 ing Thursday afternoon with sixteen members and one " , "= ":  CANTON | guest, Mrs. Swartz present.  Layaway now for Christmas-a The group was happy to have small down payment holds your 1 HOLIDAY MALL - | Dorothy Schafferwith them. ",,I She is a long time member of  gift selection till Christmas. the class and is now living in [i oo SATURDAY, OCT 21 ! Quincy. =  d[ The meeting was opened by  May we suggest I-S [ t singing of the class song...g Diamond Rings, we  'k " _., t IUC Nancy B. Horn, presiden!,, 10111tI SANTA'S WORg SHOP 0UNFey Strcsts by James Metcalf.   A card of thanks was read at the old gold price. That means :, from the Merle Curtis family for the flowers. Z a savings of at least 50% to you. ]) THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS A JJ l ) lTJ [im  sevenHapPYmembersBirthdaywassungwho havet ; Granf their gift wishes with a gift from Grants COMUNIT* $ERVICE OF Iq. ll[|ll.m=Ie..l|lll..- ..O ,__.., 00RDAAiT, qJewe/rv&Gifts Chevrolet Cars & Trucks Oldsmobile  birthdays this month. Devotions were given by _ Leah Hoffman, reading a Ulj[l[ / e ..... ' poem by Helen Keller, and L MO. poems, "The Heavens Declare t , ,,, ,,,, . p.m. with Mrs. Guy Coop and Mrs. John McCampbell assisting. Mrs. Cooper, president, pre- sided during the afternoon, welcomed the members and gave a special welcome to Mrs. James W. Carty, presi- dent of Third District MFWC. The pledge to the flag was given and the club collect was repeated in unison, with Mrs. Aubrey Allen, leading. Mrs. Robert Matthews, pro- gram chairman, introduced the program for the day. Mrs. Carty brought greetings from the executive board of Third District, and spoke on Federa- tion. She said "Today, we start the celebration of a very important year, the Woman's Club Diamond Jubilee, seven- ty-five years of existance and growth." The Woman's Club, was organized October, 1903, and became a member of General Federation of Wo- men's Clubs in 1951. Mrs. Carty spoke of the future and her work as district president for the next two years, and encouraged the members to attend the fall convention to be held in Brunswick on Oct. 14. Mrs. Leland Beck gave the meditation, reading a poem, "Miracles". She closed with prayer. During the business session, Mrs. Cooper announced the appointment of Mrs. L. W. Taylor as the club's free enterprise chairman. Mrs. Colman Winn, chair- man of the budget committee, read the proposed budget for the 1978-79 year. Mrs. Hootman announced guest day will be Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24 at the River Valley Country Club. Mrs. Carolyn Dasbach and the program committee will be hostesses. LaGrange Jayeeettes The LaGrange Jayceettes met Oct. 12, 7:00 at the Presbyterian Church in La- Grange. They were hostess to visiting Jaycee wives from Perry, Mo. Those attending were Tammy Cummings. Me- linda Eloile and Viki Rouse. The Perry group discussed some of the different types of projects their organization has done. LaGrange members present were: Pare Murphy, Cathy Coombs, Cathy Orrick, Robbie Tallent, Pare Novinger and Dixie Kennedy. The next meeting will be Nov. 9, 7 p.m. at the LaGrange .Presbyterian church. Illlll Fd. - Sat. -Mon. OCT. 20, 21 & 23 FOR INDIAN SUMMER , : 250 ' :.?,. 4 Sl00. NOW ONLY 9900r00 i , k KERi BATH OIL t Don'l Grand Leader CANTON Gene, Katie & Entertain State BPW Pres. The Canton Business and Professional Women's Club entertained the State Federation President, Mrs. Norms Bailey and District No. 4 Director, Miss Patsy Raney at their meeting on Oct. 12. The meeting was in the Canton Legion Hall. Tour, dinner, skits honor BPW guests guests i The Canton B.P.W. hosted two special guests last Thursday. From left to right is Canton B.P.W. President Mrs. Hazel Huston, State Federation President Mrs. Norma Bailey and the Director of District Four, Miss Patsy Raney. State Kirkpatrick urges o f Amendment No. 9 Mis- election official, off the cam- Constitutional He describ- but vital should said "would speed of election costing the Penny." No. 9 would board of of two secretary of the official returns as as they the Secretary delay. With voter approval of funding may be delayed, Kirk- Amendment No. 9, we will be patrick warned, if Amend- able to process all election ment No 9 fails to win returns as quickly as possible majority approval so that the public will know the accurate results," he continued. Secretary Kirkpatrick noted a new Missouri law will provide public funds for the new state auditor-elect replac- ing retiring incumbent Thom- as M. Keyes. Transition Whether the amendment will be approved or not, the funds to ease transition will be sent, the Secretary said. "But this money ($10,000) should be available to the auditor-elect as soon as possible. That can only happen with voter ap- proval of Amendment No. 9." Farmers asked to nominate candidates for A$C ballot Mrs. Norma Bailey, Mis- souri State Federation Presi- dent for Business and Profes- sional Women's Club for 1978-79 and her husband, George Bailey of Excelsior Springs, Mo. were guests of the Canton Club Thursday evening, Oct. 12. As a child Mrs. Bailey grew up in the Ozark Mountains, later in life moved to Denver, Colo., where there were more and bigger mountains. Her goal as president is to "climb every mountain to new hori- zons". She now is a realtor associate in Excelsior Springs. She retired last year after 26 years of service with the Corp. of Engineers in Kansas City, where she held responsible positions. Upon arriving in Canton they went to the Canton Locks to see barges going through the locks which they had never seen, and it was very fascinating to them. The Missouri Federation ranked first in the nation as of July 31 with 87.24 percent of equalization. Never in the history of the "Show Me" Federation has it ranked so high so early. The Canton n[w00 or CLUD00 Chapter BS, P.E.O. On Oct. 12, 17 members met at the home of Mrs. Mac Burge for the first P.E.O. meeting in the Fall. Mrs. Karl Bishoff was assisting hostess. Mrs Bishoff, chaplain, read scripture, Matt. 5:38-48. Mrs. Delmar Walker, presi- dent, presided during the business meeting. Mrs. L. L Dimmitt intro- duced Mrs. Dennis Smith who Wills Wheeler; recording sec- retary, Janet Kirchner; treas- urer, Carmie Schutte; finan- cial secretary, Laueta Logs- don; trustees, Beryle Hender- son and Louise McDermott; inner guard, Rosaline Uhl- meyer; outer guard, Mackie Dunker; guides-lst, Verna Pearl, 2nd-Rita Kirchner; custodian, Marian Fryer; chancellor, Amelia Uhlmeyer; scribe, Ann Igsdon; organ- The constitu- that the state races than the December. at all to wait six out who election," check the and those without this gave her program on "Take Farmers are asked to voters in the ASC community, Time to Play." Mrs. Smith nomlrmte-candidates of tleir ' and must e reoeived in the was .vaLto gve this- choice to be on the ASC county ASCS office no later program because of her community committee ballot, than Oct 30. activity in all kinds of sports says Ursa Lay. chairman .of A farmers may circulate or the Agricultural Stabilization sign nominating petitions for and Conservation (ASC)corn- as many candidates as he mittee, chooses. Anyone wishing to The ASC community corn- nominate a farmer for the mittee election will be con- ASC committee election may ducted from Nov. 24 to Dec. 4 .contact the county ASCS office by mail ballot The eight ASC for full details, including communities in Lewis County eligibility requirements for are: Canton, Dickerson,- office holders. Highland, LaBelle, Lyon, Red- Lay believes that farmer dish. Salem and Union. nominations of candidates for She provided a test to determine the interest of members in sports watched on 'IV, such as football, baseball, tennis and golf. Mrs. Smith suggested that play could be any activity which is enjoy- able, interesting and relaxing, as well as hard work in some instances. After the program, delicious refreshments were served to ist, Marie Brennan; monitor, Marie Kirchner; banner bear- er, Aga.e. Ellison. A practice was held for installation to be given next meeting, Nov. 14, at which time a visitor, Mrs. Paul, will be present. The committees reported the month's work. The social committee for next month is composed of WiUa Wheeler, Verna Pearl and Louise McDermott. The meeting was adjourned by the regent. Refreshments were enjoyed Club is one who had equalized. A skit entitled, "An Inter- view with Mother Hubbard" was presented by Betty Shuman, Mary Allen, Lucille and Pauline Gorrell. Other guests for the evening were Miss Patsy Raney, District Director No. 4 and her traveling campanion Miss Rena Hawkins of Louisiana; Mrs. Phyllis Bellamy, Lewis County Administrator for the new nursing home in Canton; Mrs. Kay Rouse, nursing staff supervisor; Mrs. Leona Stehl, Culver-Stockton housemother of Alpha XI Delta sorority; and. Mrs. Katherine Srednik of Santa Cruiz, Calif., sister of Lucille Gorrell. Hostesses for the evening were the Civic Participation committee, Lucille Quinn, Emma Sue Rose and Phyllis Alderton. October 15-21 is National Business Women's Week. A breakfast was held at the Coffee Shop Sunday morning at 8 and all attended the Methodist Church. Twenty members were present for breakfast and seventeen for church. A past president's dinner was held at Gladys Crown Student Center Tuesday eve- ning, Oct. 17. Z/00TIOH3 the Glory o! oa" and "A Prayer for Peace" by Helen Stiner Rice. The meeting was closed by all repeating the Lord's Prayer, led by Mrs. Swartz Refreshments were -served by Maggie Yardley and Ruby Phillips, the hostesses. Wednesday Extension Club Mrs Jerry Houghton hosted the Oct. II meeting of the Wednesday Extension Club at her home. Mrs. Kent Munzlinger, president, conducted the meeting, opening with the devotional by Mrs. Harold Breeden. Roll call, "Idea for a centerpiece" was answered by nine members. The club trip to Hannibal was reported on by those who went Dates to be remembered are as follows: Two leader training meetings at Monticel- lo on Oct. 17, Extension Munzlinger. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Vincent Marsot on Nov. 8. Lewis Co. Historical Society The annual meeting of the Lewis County Historical So- ciety was held Sunday, Oct. 15 in the LaGrange Presbyterian Church. Mrs Delmar Lake gave a detailed report on the Sept. 24 exhibit at Highland High school, which according to many of the exhibitors and visitors was one of the finest of such shows in the Tri-state area. The Society happy to be able to share so much history in such an ideal place, and is appreciative of all who had a part in making the day a success. The enthusiasm of folks from the area seem to predict a brighter future for the Society. Officers elected for the coming year are: presidenL W G. Barneyback, Canton; vice-president, Arthur Catron, Lewistown; secretary, Alyce the upcoming ASC committee the members and one guest, by all The social committee council on Monday, Oct. 16; Lake,ElizabethLewistoWn;Pollock, LaGrange;treasurer' Festival of fine arts at ASC committees are re- was Florence Raleigh, Ann .............. -^, program chairman, Bertrand Mrs Swan McDonald Shrinefrm after which plans were dis- omesecret v gl plans of restoratmn" s,nsible for manaoino gov- election are very important Denver, a smter of Mrs Pearl s n He said, Farmers should St[ ernment farm program o ..... " er.Lagsdn and Amelia Uhlmey- daytiannmalExtravaganzan lvmrCnonXJ,Nov.n,,--14 Goder stad, LaGrange. ---- f atmews _ "" "" n Count- lne organization is especial- N T ' the local level. To meet the petition or and elect those  " ....... at Monticeuo; Marm Y 1 ...... . . ..... y nappy to nave tvlr ana mrs ..... needs of individual producers, individuals they feel would do .l:ne next .meeting oi .u. Women's Democrat Club eratts say, ov . . . nsor Jane t, oaerstaa, new owners of the *,. A.V ASC committee members a good job as ASC committee- Will [ Ill, me home ot lvir The Lewis County Women's It was votes to spo w,. be r-,arl tarKley on uct 26 at z " -- CROP walk Cashman house (one of the must be concerned and re-..,'nen. The election of concern- " Democrat Club held their toughton in me .... ...... Also to Line homes ot early La- sponsible individuals, Lay ed farmers to postitions on p.m. meeting at the Senior Housing on unaay, oct a. - ....... ;in- fund for trange) as members s,s .,,m  said Lewis County farmers ASC committees is necessary  -- in Lewistown. A carry-in aonate to me DUlIfl g .... " " -oDd administra ...... uaughters of Isabella ....... mr ana mrs W G Barney- , v,l.w. A,V have the opportunity to noml- mr g ,, ton o ........ supper was enjoyed by all, me winiamstown parK.  . . .' ." . ,,i, b. nate persons they feel would farm programs lne tJaughters ot lsaDeua  pf ifts were oacK proviaea retresnments of best serve the farm commun- Lay further explained that met on Oct. 10 in the eceivedTh og n c n a , , ity. Farmers have received the county ASCS office wel- basement. Father Yehle said cussed to help the central r, e r ravin g fAf2;e; dhPeummPkei:t?[; df'ou r Table Settings was g" en y members were ,k,s o, e petition forms by mail and are comes all valid petitions. The Mass at 7 pm with the committeeBanquet andWithRallythe toDemcratbe held Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger and tour the CashmaPri ileged to ouse, see ..... now submitting them to the opportunity to nominate, vote, meeting following at Highland Oct. 26. Mrs Kent Munzlinger. o o . " .... Sinner were names ot lamily members .,mmcon. m rauntv ASCS offic and be elected to office is The meeting was called to The amendments on the rresent tor me u : .... ', w,,  ......  ..... ranteed to all farm order by Regent Kathleen ...... er Mrs eteneo in winaow panes, and A few basic considerations gua ers . ballot were studied and dis- mrs. lsie t, tunznng , ' to ......... should be kept in mind when regardless of race, religion, Uhlmeyer Fourteen members -. - -. near ot me toaerstaa s ini$ Smith circulating petitions, Lay said. sex, color, or nationalorigin, were present. Prayer was led cussed by all. Robert Murphy, mrs. jerry , Houghton,. Mrs. Vincent Mar- " m t__ ,, In order to be valid, petitions mu-mlwm$ by_Father Yeh!e. .. Loyal Bethany SS Class sot, Mr and Mrs George  . " be limit ^a .... e #wt The nominating commmee, " " "" d anton Women s Club MFWC ......... Nesbitt and Hubert, Mr. an M " " " '  _ must u to u.  .... The Loyal Bethany Class of .... Mr rs oosepn Hootman was K nd at nominee ........... eacn, must ]ncmue 'r ..,.--. ttita. Kircnner, r mrence Ha- the Canton Christian Church Mrs Elmer munzfinger, . _ . " ..... and uP. u.^In u.,aon Mr nostess to me Woman's Club. t 5 leigh, and Ann Logsdon r . written certification that the ((_ |11t1 Ird ...... met at the home of Mary ............................... "'F ...... " presented the omcers tor the ...... d  w, Tuesoay afternoon, '-,1 o nominee is willing to serveff .J|l. ILq . . Ellen Durkee Oct. 11. Nine and Mrs. June t,egg ana tra ..... oct IU  mus ............ N MO  coming year: past regent, 0,. emcteu, t De signed oy at " (=AN . " ,z.,.,^ . rm ........... , members answered roll call Mr. and Mrs Robert Merrell ' " " s ..... Dessert was served at 1 30 least three eligible farm THURSDAY OCT. 19, 1978 n.at..tu o,,,i.S,, :, The afternoon devotional was and Mr. and Mr lxent ,. ..... ':') - Flu,n, ...... ,,; ....  ..... presented by Sylvia Jobe.  " ' conducted by the president, Mrs. Kenneth Barkley, Mrs. ,Fhrisfmtls .Shop in October, l Cecil Alfrey and Mrs. Ann" _ . FIarford were guests, Refresh-  - ments were served by the F0r Best Selectens00 i . aostess. , Relax #n December I ethistBuildersass UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH ( MethodistThe BuilderSchurch,ClaSScanton,Of the ,:,_ ,Shp Grant'SChmstmasfOr Clftg,yur _ met at the educational build-  . . . ffi 00pecla00 ing Thursday afternoon with sixteen members and one " , "= ":  CANTON | guest, Mrs. Swartz present.  Layaway now for Christmas-a The group was happy to have small down payment holds your 1 HOLIDAY MALL - | Dorothy Schafferwith them. ",,I She is a long time member of  gift selection till Christmas. the class and is now living in [i oo SATURDAY, OCT 21 ! Quincy. =  d[ The meeting was opened by  May we suggest I-S [ t singing of the class song...g Diamond Rings, we  'k " _., t IUC Nancy B. Horn, presiden!,, 10111tI SANTA'S WORg SHOP 0UNFey Strcsts by James Metcalf.   A card of thanks was read at the old gold price. That means :, from the Merle Curtis family for the flowers. Z a savings of at least 50% to you. ]) THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS A JJ l ) lTJ [im  sevenHapPYmembersBirthdaywassungwho havet ; Granf their gift wishes with a gift from Grants COMUNIT* $ERVICE OF Iq. ll[|ll.m=Ie..l|lll..- ..O ,__.., 00RDAAiT, qJewe/rv&Gifts Chevrolet Cars & Trucks Oldsmobile  birthdays this month. Devotions were given by _ Leah Hoffman, reading a Ulj[l[ / e ..... ' poem by Helen Keller, and L MO. poems, "The Heavens Declare t , ,,, ,,,, . p.m. with Mrs. Guy Coop and Mrs. John McCampbell assisting. Mrs. Cooper, president, pre- sided during the afternoon, welcomed the members and gave a special welcome to Mrs. James W. Carty, presi- dent of Third District MFWC. The pledge to the flag was given and the club collect was repeated in unison, with Mrs. Aubrey Allen, leading. Mrs. Robert Matthews, pro- gram chairman, introduced the program for the day. Mrs. Carty brought greetings from the executive board of Third District, and spoke on Federa- tion. She said "Today, we start the celebration of a very important year, the Woman's Club Diamond Jubilee, seven- ty-five years of existance and growth." The Woman's Club, was organized October, 1903, and became a member of General Federation of Wo- men's Clubs in 1951. Mrs. Carty spoke of the future and her work as district president for the next two years, and encouraged the members to attend the fall convention to be held in Brunswick on Oct. 14. Mrs. Leland Beck gave the meditation, reading a poem, "Miracles". She closed with prayer. During the business session, Mrs. Cooper announced the appointment of Mrs. L. W. Taylor as the club's free enterprise chairman. Mrs. Colman Winn, chair- man of the budget committee, read the proposed budget for the 1978-79 year. Mrs. Hootman announced guest day will be Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24 at the River Valley Country Club. Mrs. Carolyn Dasbach and the program committee will be hostesses. LaGrange Jayeeettes The LaGrange Jayceettes met Oct. 12, 7:00 at the Presbyterian Church in La- Grange. They were hostess to visiting Jaycee wives from Perry, Mo. Those attending were Tammy Cummings. Me- linda Eloile and Viki Rouse. The Perry group discussed some of the different types of projects their organization has done. LaGrange members present were: Pare Murphy, Cathy Coombs, Cathy Orrick, Robbie Tallent, Pare Novinger and Dixie Kennedy. The next meeting will be Nov. 9, 7 p.m. at the LaGrange .Presbyterian church. Illlll Fd. - Sat. -Mon. OCT. 20, 21 & 23 FOR INDIAN SUMMER , : 250 ' :.?,. 4 Sl00. NOW ONLY 9900r00 i , k KERi BATH OIL t Don'l Grand Leader CANTON Gene, Katie &