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ChiMers BY MRS JAMES HAWKINS Sat. Ted Sturhan night at party for their Childers, 7. Mr. and Mrs. Monty, Scott of Palmyra, Dr. Michael Dykstra, Darin of Canton, Mrs. Greg Ro- DOORS games after which refresh- ments were served. Dinner guests Sunday in the Roy Salter home were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Selves of Caldwell, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer of Keokuk. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carpenter and children of Taylor and Mrs. Marion Salter. Sunday Mrs. Mae Vaughn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughn to Ottumwa to see Emily Liesse, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vaughn. Saturday eve- Tom Williams celebrated his 85th birthday Saturday. Mrs. Gladys Dearing baked him a birthday cake and Mrs. Nina Painter sent supper Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hendricks of Ottumwa and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of Monticello. Miss Blanche Bally and Mrs. Nina Painter visited Sunday afternoon and all enjoyed cake and ice cream. Special guests on the "Chuck and Danny Show" Sunday morning at 8:30 on channel 3 will be the local Former area resident flies L00OU 00}00 ! with 'Confederate Air Force' John Logue of Milan, a went sightseeing. They then former resident of the Dur- drove to Houston where Bill BY WILLA BARR ham and Maywood area, recently enjoyed an air show of The Confederate Air Force at Harlingen, Tex., with his sons, Larry of Durham, Bill of Houston, and David, on leave from the Navy. The men enjoyed three days of the air show and especially enjoyed meeting and talking with "Pappy" Boyington of the "IW show, "Ban Ban Black Sheep". Logue had flown in the same area in a "Helldiv- er" off an Air-Craft Carrier during World War II. During the three days at Harlingen, the Logue men went to South Padre Island where they. fished in the Gulf of Mexico. The next day they drove to Corpus ChrisL, where they lives and the others took a plane from Houston to St. Louis and then at St. Charles, Larry Logue flew his own plane to Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Logue had been in Texas in August and so Mrs. Logue visited in the Ewing and Durham area with relatives. Twins celebra first birthday Sunday The first birthdays of twins, Aaron and Robby Rathbun, and Lisa Rokusuk were Shear named honored Sunday at the home Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry nursing advisor Mrs. Virginia Shear, a resident of the Taylor vicinity and Activity Director at Maple Lawn Nursing Home in Palmyra, has recently been selected to serve on an advisory committee in Jeffer- son City, conducted by the Division of Adult and Career Education, co-sponsored by Rathbun and Glenn. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gamm, Loretta Gamin, Mrs. Shirley Rathbun, Mrs. Bud Catron, Kevin, Brenda and Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Funkenbusch, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Tracy and Brid- gett, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rokusuk, John and Lisa, Bryan Feldkamp and Mrs. Pearl Eades. ton came Saturday from Centerville, Miss., for a visit 'in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stalder. HoLli was unable to make the trip as this is her last year in school. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramey of Carlinsville came Sunday for church services, bringing Jill Turner home, who met e,- , E S.e / Aaron and ning they were dinner guests "Sunshine Kids." Missouri League of Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knigh- WinnieQuinn inthehome of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Chester NT B Home Administrators, inc. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Steve Owsley of Canton where Pull[am called on Mr, and and Mrs. Ed Korencke were and Heath- Tina was guest of honor on Mrs. Julian Harper Thursday S 6 LUU  //l{ltj //l Rev. and Mrs. Chester Pul- children enjoyed her l2thbirthday, morning. On Friday the iiiiiiSiiieiii;  e liam of White Water, and Harold and Ethel Brandt Harpers enjoyed a visit from MRS. OMER RIFE Nolen Leach of Ewing. Man- received a call from their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ells- day guests were Mrs. Emma P G/ass LeRoy, congratulating them worth of Canyon City, Colo. Kroencke and Miss Eola on their birthdays, Oct. 6 and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence church Mastin of Hannibal. Mrs. Leota Jones, who wa,, J0N 7, and they returned the Campbell and Miss Anna Tuesday supper guests in Monday guests of Mr. and Bringer spent several days ner's Department Store Sun- a surgical patient, was releas- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. J. C Wiseman were Mrs. FOR YOUR( APPROVED BREAKESISTANT SAFETYGLAZlNG courtesy the following week, the 12th, when LeRoy cele- brated his birthday. Wilfred Shdmate spent last Saturday.and Sunday visiting friends in the Emerson and Phfladelphia vicinity. Those homes contacted were Leo- nard Roberts, Merrill Martin and Ted Welch with the night being spent with the Virgil Graves and then accompany- ing them to Little Union Baptist church where Bro. Graves is pastor. This was his birthday and he was pleasant- ly surprised by having two of his boys and their families present and after services, they were invited to the Lawrence Graves home where a birthday dinner was served. Before returning home that evening he also visited with Neal Martin and Doc Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Taylor of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Taylor of LaPlata were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradshaw. wood, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Henry of LaGrange, where they were Sunday dinner guests. David Perrine, sane of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine, walked for CROP, Sunday in Palmyra making $30 in his ten mile walk. Reba Simmons was a Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs. Neva Johnson. Guests of Mrs. Golds Lind- say and Mrs. Bernice Hadfield were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Getz, Lance and Candy, Mrs. Zelma Ausmus, Mr. and Mrs. Dyne Cludray and Ken, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Turner. her new sister, Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Merrell Rev. Hentj Arthur Selves of attended the "light For The Jefferson City was a Wednes- Lost Turkey" banquet at day caller of his sister, Anna Hannibal Calvery Assembly of Garkie, in Quincy. He also God church in their Saturday visited with Mrs. Bertha Lee evening revival. Blackburn and Rev. Jack Dale Eisenberg gave a Blohm. Mrs. Blohm was also hayride last Sunday honoring a visitor, his and his wife's, Colleen, Saturday over night guests birthdays. of Mr. and Mrs. William Shaver were Daniel Johnston and Charles Bartz. ST. CANTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LaGrar ,3e, Missouri GARglE - PH. 314-655-4126 -- CUSTOM BULLDOZING DOZER ,,- TKT 8LAD , POWER SHIFT OPERATOR ,t EXPERIENCE .. COMPETfflV RATES SOIL PA YS -- Real Estate 5 room house with bath, garage, sitting on 2 city lets with fruit Nice location $18,000. " BELLE modern S room house with bath, outbuildings on d acres at edge of Call today $34,000. [|WISTOWN, 2 story home with 106' frontage on Main Street. 4 rooms and bath down 4 rooms and % bath up. Could be utilized tmerciol property. $12,000. IflSTOWN, Modern 6 room house sefling on 5 acres. 1 small barn plus several buildings. This is the best of country living with COnveniences of town. Call today. Completely remodeled home 5 rooms sitting on 5 acres, 6 pads for mobile It up suitable for 20 additional pads. Priced kdl for only $34,000. One of the best older homes in consisting of 9 rooms and 2 full baths on 3 full sized corner lots, complete is in excellent condition, Price only $39,900 ACRES, 3 miles North of Novelty, Mo. one r balance in i:mstm'e, Nice 3 bedroom ;37,S00. Tqp Room- This is a good business good location. A three story building with qNrtment on second story. The Top Room r:enfly remodelled with new tobies, chairs, Qnd air conditioning. The building, business goes for lust $39,000. Call today. see either of these properties or it of selling your property live us a Gall. t he =1le interested in farms and small " if you have any for sale give us a call. PH. 314.497-2526 Craig A. Hinton Associate" 2 - CaeAon, Ms. Phone 314-288-3061 Rose Beadle Coon Broker 8 Qn(y, gl. 314. 497 . 2292 day evening by invitation. Mrs. Springetrs nephew, Ron- ald Springett, is purchasing manager for fashions on the first floor of the new store. Mrs. Green's sister, Virginia Requet, is saleslady of wo- men's fashions. All relatives and friends of Clifford Robinson are invited to a carry-in supper at the Lutheran Pa/'ish Hall Satur- day, Oct. 28'. If anyone needs transportation call 655-2264 before 5 p.m. Mrs. Grace Guilfoil return- ed home following a week's vacation spent in the home of her son, Robert Guilfoil and family of St. Charles. While there she visited her aunt, Mrs. Dollie Hughes, 89, in Lutheran hospital in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Childers and family of Warrensburg spent the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell entertained two of their children and a grandchild at -*supper01 the ocsion of their birthdays. Those present on . Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Steve McDowell, Scott and Rusty, on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling and Troy and Mr. and Mrs. John White. Mrs. Marion Downs has returned to her home after spending eight days in a Kirksville hospital undergoing tests. Mrs. Grace Drescher was pleasantly surprised with a call from her nephew, Dr. Robert Constantz, and wife, Doris, of Atherton, Calif. Mary Vaughn, who calls regularly accompanied Mrs. Drescher to church and enjoyed a song special by a former pastor, Rev. Chester Pull[am. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Selves of Caldwell, Idaho, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy SoRer, and other relatives. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Vira Vaughn were Grace Drescher, Mary Vaugbn, Mindy Tie- mann, Mrs. Larry Wolfmeyer and Eric of Quincy. During the week her guests were Mrs. Mac Vaughn and her house last week with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Campbell and family of Batesville, Ark. Miss Amy Campbell of Pryor, Okla., was also a guest. Mrs. Winifred Quinn spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Greg Childers and family of Warrensburg Mrs. Harry Johnson of Edgewood, Md., was a guest of Miss Anna Meierant and Mrs. Emma Lahr from Tues- day til Friday. Mrs. Mary Barron was a caller also. Mrs. Anna Breding accom- panied her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Shumate to her home in Lewistown following her re- lease from Blessing hospital in Quincy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fletcher of Dayton, 0., spent a few days in the home of her aunt, Elizabeth Pollock. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pollock of Williamstown visited the Fletchers there. Mrs. Henry Brandt, accom- panied by bar mother, Mrs. Verdi White of Keokuk, spent :the week %-rid with Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Gunderson, 'and attended the wedding of Mrs. White's nephew in Marengo, Ia. Mrs. Edna McKinney is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe spent several days in the homes of their sons, Lewis and family at Troy, and Lowell and family at Eldon. Miss alga Fair is spending some time in the home of Mrs. Mildred Farr following her release from KO hospital in Kirksville. Randy Dent, who is attend- ing business school in Des Moines, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent. Additional guests on Sunday were Mrs. Ruth Miner and Miss Tammy Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pascoe and family at Troy Sunday afternoon. Saturday evening they attended the reunion of Co. L which was held at the Holiday Inn in Hannibal. Miss Vicki Waterman, who is a student at NMSU, guests, Mrs. Clarice SoRer of Kirksville, spent Sunday with Golden, Colo., and Mrs. Dee Selves of Denver, Colo. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob ..... Waterman. Mrs. vera aus is staying Mr and Mrs. George Eddy evenings with Mrs. Jess Kator Bo er and Darla sent the while her daughter, Helen Y P e week end in Lawrence Karts, Begeman, and husband are on with Mr. and Mrs. Don Bayer a trip. ANNOUNCING " t " Roach Au omohve ,T., CLA,00 ST [; l CANTON, MO. [L I ,.: 314, 2B8-4419 | TIRES_ I as a new 1/tiTERIESI Farm Bureau [, *[sAreH00Jtt TIRE & BATTERY a AUTO TIRES D LER TRUCK TIRES EA TRACTOR TIRES IMPLEMENT TIRES F T C BAKERIES BIG KICK BATTERIES FARM BUREAU MEMBERS CAN SAVE UP TO 3ON SAFEMARK BATTERIES, CAR. TRUCK AND FARM TIRES. GET BIG SAVINGS, CALL ... Or, your County Farm Bureau Missouri [ _/'] Farm Bureau Gives You Mar( ed from St. Mary hospital ir Quincy Friday and returned t( her home where she L, convalescing. Sunday dinner guests in tht home of Paul and Kathryr Hirsch were Mrs. Joe Herkerl of Michael, Ill., Mrs. Louella Gotway and son and grandso of Godfrey and Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife. Mrs. Ernest Graham o! Midland, Tax., mother of Mrs. John Courtney and sister of Mrs. C. B. Barnard, is a coronary patient at Blessing hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Joe Herkert of Mich- ael, Ill., and Mrs. Louella Gotway and son, Bob, of Godfrey were Saturday after- noon visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ven- able of Troy spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood and all attended the Bethel Har- vest Fest. Mrs. Leora Byers went to the home of her daughter, Mr. -nd  M, Wy.e e/4*and family for a few days stay. Mrs. Rose Heckert and Mrs. Louella Gotway and son, Bob, and grandson, Steve Kennedy, of Godfrey were week end visitors in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Bill Wood visited in the home of Mrs. Frankie Mangold at Bethel and also visited Mrs. Enid Mason of Hannibal. Mrs. Louella Gotway and son and grandson and Mrs. Rose Herkert were Saturday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tielen- gerdes of Carthage and his sisters, Misses Anna and Minnie Tielengardes : of Coatesburg were recent visi- tors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch and Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Goodwin of Quincy called on Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife Thursday afternoon after attending the funeral of Bob Steffen held in the Nelsonville Baptist Wood were Mr and Mrs. Russell Wright of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chatham of Versailles, and Mr. and Mrs. Charily Bagganie of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wood of Bethel were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood. Carl Gottreau called on Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife Sunday evening. Mrs. C. H. Barnard called on Mrs. Omer Rife Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Latimer. Leon Rife of Palmyra and Paul Hirsch came to the home of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife Wednes- day afternoon and visited. Virginia Buchanan and Mrs. Wilma Henry of Hannibal. , Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis of Edina and her grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Dav- is of Novelty. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Zimmer- man were Friday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. J. Oren Reid. Mr. and Mrs. William Renner and Buddy were week end guests of their son, Dale and family of Topeka, Kans. Mrs. Clarence Bartz had surgery Monday in Blessing hospital in Quincy. T. Sgt. John Henry and his wife, the former Wanda Jones and Kimberly of the Air Force base in Barksdale, La., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones in May- I I II/l Ill II LA GRANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT Custom Slaughter;ng Processing for Home Freezers Choice Mets - Sides or Q .....  ........ Complete Selection of Fresh Meats Available Daily From Our Service Counter SEE HOWARD STURHAN AT LAGILANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT I Insurance- 00ps,[ )on't GEt Mad Maw . . I'll Have The Furniture In- sured With Todd& Hartmann Insurance Real Estate Phone 655- 2200 LaGrange, Nk). i" .... .-- ..... J ' a0r, iacls [ Crack In Your Nest Egg? ! B ITh . American Farm Bur,.aul Over the years it has been difficult to preserve I Federation has come out l :with some inter,,sting I values in many investments but there is one that I statistic for those who I [claim American agricuhure, I iS always worth par, pays a fine return, is insured Ishould go back to the goodl ;old dav of no chemical I safe and readily available the moment it's needed. I fertilizers, no chemicall Ipesticildes and just raise, I |"organic food." It might bel .. + And that's in Association, which .'feasible if: we could find ls-| an ccoum our 120 million draft animals to I today, stands as a haven of safety for hard-earned I replace our tractors: if we, |had an additional 40-501 dollars. So if you are looking for a good place to million acres now producingl 'fl,od .r used oeoph, and; save, look in on us. It's a step that you will never |convert it t- feed production I [ for those drait animals: it we I regret. |could ignore the cries of the | t milliona of people now ob-i [taining food from thoe[ t  " [acres: it we could tindl ianother 20-30 miUion people i  %(o :to do the work now done I c .... :,:;-,2: |mechanically: and if v.e. i-?lEl" lf'}llll00" |c,uld get "sexera[ million J .................... ir S5 PALMYRA SAVING ) AN[:) BUlL.DIG ,AOCIATION Palmyra -- Canton Kohoko Where You Save DOES Make a Difference[ tons of crop and animal[ waste back to the fields for I fertilizer. }|owever, if all ot I I these things did come about. [ i then be ready to accept| sharp declines "in total crop; yields and food quality. You I }ust can't haveit bothways. [ I " I IFarm & City Supply I ft.,, .o I FARM & HOME NEEDS. ! ChiMers BY MRS JAMES HAWKINS Sat. Ted Sturhan night at party for their Childers, 7. Mr. and Mrs. Monty, Scott of Palmyra, Dr. Michael Dykstra, Darin of Canton, Mrs. Greg Ro- DOORS games after which refresh- ments were served. Dinner guests Sunday in the Roy Salter home were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Selves of Caldwell, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer of Keokuk. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carpenter and children of Taylor and Mrs. Marion Salter. Sunday Mrs. Mae Vaughn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughn to Ottumwa to see Emily Liesse, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vaughn. Saturday eve- Tom Williams celebrated his 85th birthday Saturday. Mrs. Gladys Dearing baked him a birthday cake and Mrs. Nina Painter sent supper Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hendricks of Ottumwa and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of Monticello. Miss Blanche Bally and Mrs. Nina Painter visited Sunday afternoon and all enjoyed cake and ice cream. Special guests on the "Chuck and Danny Show" Sunday morning at 8:30 on channel 3 will be the local Former area resident flies L00OU 00}00 ! with 'Confederate Air Force' John Logue of Milan, a went sightseeing. They then former resident of the Dur- drove to Houston where Bill BY WILLA BARR ham and Maywood area, recently enjoyed an air show of The Confederate Air Force at Harlingen, Tex., with his sons, Larry of Durham, Bill of Houston, and David, on leave from the Navy. The men enjoyed three days of the air show and especially enjoyed meeting and talking with "Pappy" Boyington of the "IW show, "Ban Ban Black Sheep". Logue had flown in the same area in a "Helldiv- er" off an Air-Craft Carrier during World War II. During the three days at Harlingen, the Logue men went to South Padre Island where they. fished in the Gulf of Mexico. The next day they drove to Corpus ChrisL, where they lives and the others took a plane from Houston to St. Louis and then at St. Charles, Larry Logue flew his own plane to Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Logue had been in Texas in August and so Mrs. Logue visited in the Ewing and Durham area with relatives. Twins celebra first birthday Sunday The first birthdays of twins, Aaron and Robby Rathbun, and Lisa Rokusuk were Shear named honored Sunday at the home Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry nursing advisor Mrs. Virginia Shear, a resident of the Taylor vicinity and Activity Director at Maple Lawn Nursing Home in Palmyra, has recently been selected to serve on an advisory committee in Jeffer- son City, conducted by the Division of Adult and Career Education, co-sponsored by Rathbun and Glenn. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gamm, Loretta Gamin, Mrs. Shirley Rathbun, Mrs. Bud Catron, Kevin, Brenda and Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Funkenbusch, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Tracy and Brid- gett, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rokusuk, John and Lisa, Bryan Feldkamp and Mrs. Pearl Eades. ton came Saturday from Centerville, Miss., for a visit 'in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stalder. HoLli was unable to make the trip as this is her last year in school. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramey of Carlinsville came Sunday for church services, bringing Jill Turner home, who met e,- , E S.e / Aaron and ning they were dinner guests "Sunshine Kids." Missouri League of Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knigh- WinnieQuinn inthehome of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Chester NT B Home Administrators, inc. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Steve Owsley of Canton where Pull[am called on Mr, and and Mrs. Ed Korencke were and Heath- Tina was guest of honor on Mrs. Julian Harper Thursday S 6 LUU  //l{ltj //l Rev. and Mrs. Chester Pul- children enjoyed her l2thbirthday, morning. On Friday the iiiiiiSiiieiii;  e liam of White Water, and Harold and Ethel Brandt Harpers enjoyed a visit from MRS. OMER RIFE Nolen Leach of Ewing. Man- received a call from their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ells- day guests were Mrs. Emma P G/ass LeRoy, congratulating them worth of Canyon City, Colo. Kroencke and Miss Eola on their birthdays, Oct. 6 and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence church Mastin of Hannibal. Mrs. Leota Jones, who wa,, J0N 7, and they returned the Campbell and Miss Anna Tuesday supper guests in Monday guests of Mr. and Bringer spent several days ner's Department Store Sun- a surgical patient, was releas- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. J. C Wiseman were Mrs. FOR YOUR( APPROVED BREAKESISTANT SAFETYGLAZlNG courtesy the following week, the 12th, when LeRoy cele- brated his birthday. Wilfred Shdmate spent last Saturday.and Sunday visiting friends in the Emerson and Phfladelphia vicinity. Those homes contacted were Leo- nard Roberts, Merrill Martin and Ted Welch with the night being spent with the Virgil Graves and then accompany- ing them to Little Union Baptist church where Bro. Graves is pastor. This was his birthday and he was pleasant- ly surprised by having two of his boys and their families present and after services, they were invited to the Lawrence Graves home where a birthday dinner was served. Before returning home that evening he also visited with Neal Martin and Doc Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Taylor of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Taylor of LaPlata were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradshaw. wood, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Henry of LaGrange, where they were Sunday dinner guests. David Perrine, sane of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine, walked for CROP, Sunday in Palmyra making $30 in his ten mile walk. Reba Simmons was a Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs. Neva Johnson. Guests of Mrs. Golds Lind- say and Mrs. Bernice Hadfield were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Getz, Lance and Candy, Mrs. Zelma Ausmus, Mr. and Mrs. Dyne Cludray and Ken, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Turner. her new sister, Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Merrell Rev. Hentj Arthur Selves of attended the "light For The Jefferson City was a Wednes- Lost Turkey" banquet at day caller of his sister, Anna Hannibal Calvery Assembly of Garkie, in Quincy. He also God church in their Saturday visited with Mrs. Bertha Lee evening revival. Blackburn and Rev. Jack Dale Eisenberg gave a Blohm. Mrs. Blohm was also hayride last Sunday honoring a visitor, his and his wife's, Colleen, Saturday over night guests birthdays. of Mr. and Mrs. William Shaver were Daniel Johnston and Charles Bartz. ST. CANTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LaGrar ,3e, Missouri GARglE - PH. 314-655-4126 -- CUSTOM BULLDOZING DOZER ,,- TKT 8LAD , POWER SHIFT OPERATOR ,t EXPERIENCE .. COMPETfflV RATES SOIL PA YS -- Real Estate 5 room house with bath, garage, sitting on 2 city lets with fruit Nice location $18,000. " BELLE modern S room house with bath, outbuildings on d acres at edge of Call today $34,000. [|WISTOWN, 2 story home with 106' frontage on Main Street. 4 rooms and bath down 4 rooms and % bath up. Could be utilized tmerciol property. $12,000. IflSTOWN, Modern 6 room house sefling on 5 acres. 1 small barn plus several buildings. This is the best of country living with COnveniences of town. Call today. Completely remodeled home 5 rooms sitting on 5 acres, 6 pads for mobile It up suitable for 20 additional pads. Priced kdl for only $34,000. One of the best older homes in consisting of 9 rooms and 2 full baths on 3 full sized corner lots, complete is in excellent condition, Price only $39,900 ACRES, 3 miles North of Novelty, Mo. one r balance in i:mstm'e, Nice 3 bedroom ;37,S00. Tqp Room- This is a good business good location. A three story building with qNrtment on second story. The Top Room r:enfly remodelled with new tobies, chairs, Qnd air conditioning. The building, business goes for lust $39,000. Call today. see either of these properties or it of selling your property live us a Gall. t he =1le interested in farms and small " if you have any for sale give us a call. PH. 314.497-2526 Craig A. Hinton Associate" 2 - CaeAon, Ms. Phone 314-288-3061 Rose Beadle Coon Broker 8 Qn(y, gl. 314. 497 . 2292 day evening by invitation. Mrs. Springetrs nephew, Ron- ald Springett, is purchasing manager for fashions on the first floor of the new store. Mrs. Green's sister, Virginia Requet, is saleslady of wo- men's fashions. All relatives and friends of Clifford Robinson are invited to a carry-in supper at the Lutheran Pa/'ish Hall Satur- day, Oct. 28'. If anyone needs transportation call 655-2264 before 5 p.m. Mrs. Grace Guilfoil return- ed home following a week's vacation spent in the home of her son, Robert Guilfoil and family of St. Charles. While there she visited her aunt, Mrs. Dollie Hughes, 89, in Lutheran hospital in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Childers and family of Warrensburg spent the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell entertained two of their children and a grandchild at -*supper01 the ocsion of their birthdays. Those present on . Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Steve McDowell, Scott and Rusty, on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling and Troy and Mr. and Mrs. John White. Mrs. Marion Downs has returned to her home after spending eight days in a Kirksville hospital undergoing tests. Mrs. Grace Drescher was pleasantly surprised with a call from her nephew, Dr. Robert Constantz, and wife, Doris, of Atherton, Calif. Mary Vaughn, who calls regularly accompanied Mrs. Drescher to church and enjoyed a song special by a former pastor, Rev. Chester Pull[am. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Selves of Caldwell, Idaho, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy SoRer, and other relatives. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Vira Vaughn were Grace Drescher, Mary Vaugbn, Mindy Tie- mann, Mrs. Larry Wolfmeyer and Eric of Quincy. During the week her guests were Mrs. Mac Vaughn and her house last week with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Campbell and family of Batesville, Ark. Miss Amy Campbell of Pryor, Okla., was also a guest. Mrs. Winifred Quinn spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Greg Childers and family of Warrensburg Mrs. Harry Johnson of Edgewood, Md., was a guest of Miss Anna Meierant and Mrs. Emma Lahr from Tues- day til Friday. Mrs. Mary Barron was a caller also. Mrs. Anna Breding accom- panied her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Shumate to her home in Lewistown following her re- lease from Blessing hospital in Quincy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fletcher of Dayton, 0., spent a few days in the home of her aunt, Elizabeth Pollock. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pollock of Williamstown visited the Fletchers there. Mrs. Henry Brandt, accom- panied by bar mother, Mrs. Verdi White of Keokuk, spent :the week %-rid with Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Gunderson, 'and attended the wedding of Mrs. White's nephew in Marengo, Ia. Mrs. Edna McKinney is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe spent several days in the homes of their sons, Lewis and family at Troy, and Lowell and family at Eldon. Miss alga Fair is spending some time in the home of Mrs. Mildred Farr following her release from KO hospital in Kirksville. Randy Dent, who is attend- ing business school in Des Moines, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent. Additional guests on Sunday were Mrs. Ruth Miner and Miss Tammy Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pascoe and family at Troy Sunday afternoon. Saturday evening they attended the reunion of Co. L which was held at the Holiday Inn in Hannibal. Miss Vicki Waterman, who is a student at NMSU, guests, Mrs. Clarice SoRer of Kirksville, spent Sunday with Golden, Colo., and Mrs. Dee Selves of Denver, Colo. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob ..... Waterman. Mrs. vera aus is staying Mr and Mrs. George Eddy evenings with Mrs. Jess Kator Boer and Darla sent the while her daughter, Helen Y P e week end in Lawrence Karts, Begeman, and husband are on with Mr. and Mrs. Don Bayer a trip. ANNOUNCING " t " Roach Au omohve ,T., CLA,00 ST [; l CANTON, MO. [L I ,.: 314, 2B8-4419 | TIRES_ I as a new 1/tiTERIESI Farm Bureau [, *[sAreH00Jtt TIRE & BATTERY a AUTO TIRES D LER TRUCK TIRES EA TRACTOR TIRES IMPLEMENT TIRES F T C BAKERIES BIG KICK BATTERIES FARM BUREAU MEMBERS CAN SAVE UP TO 3ON SAFEMARK BATTERIES, CAR. TRUCK AND FARM TIRES. GET BIG SAVINGS, CALL ... Or, your County Farm Bureau Missouri [ _/'] Farm Bureau Gives You Mar( ed from St. Mary hospital ir Quincy Friday and returned t( her home where she L, convalescing. Sunday dinner guests in tht home of Paul and Kathryr Hirsch were Mrs. Joe Herkerl of Michael, Ill., Mrs. Louella Gotway and son and grandso of Godfrey and Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife. Mrs. Ernest Graham o! Midland, Tax., mother of Mrs. John Courtney and sister of Mrs. C. B. Barnard, is a coronary patient at Blessing hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Joe Herkert of Mich- ael, Ill., and Mrs. Louella Gotway and son, Bob, of Godfrey were Saturday after- noon visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ven- able of Troy spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood and all attended the Bethel Har- vest Fest. Mrs. Leora Byers went to the home of her daughter, Mr. -nd  M, Wy.e e/4*and family for a few days stay. Mrs. Rose Heckert and Mrs. Louella Gotway and son, Bob, and grandson, Steve Kennedy, of Godfrey were week end visitors in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Bill Wood visited in the home of Mrs. Frankie Mangold at Bethel and also visited Mrs. Enid Mason of Hannibal. Mrs. Louella Gotway and son and grandson and Mrs. Rose Herkert were Saturday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tielen- gerdes of Carthage and his sisters, Misses Anna and Minnie Tielengardes : of Coatesburg were recent visi- tors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch and Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Goodwin of Quincy called on Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife Thursday afternoon after attending the funeral of Bob Steffen held in the Nelsonville Baptist Wood were Mr and Mrs. Russell Wright of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chatham of Versailles, and Mr. and Mrs. Charily Bagganie of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wood of Bethel were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood. Carl Gottreau called on Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife Sunday evening. Mrs. C. H. Barnard called on Mrs. Omer Rife Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Latimer. Leon Rife of Palmyra and Paul Hirsch came to the home of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife Wednes- day afternoon and visited. Virginia Buchanan and Mrs. Wilma Henry of Hannibal. , Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis of Edina and her grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Dav- is of Novelty. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Zimmer- man were Friday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. J. Oren Reid. Mr. and Mrs. William Renner and Buddy were week end guests of their son, Dale and family of Topeka, Kans. Mrs. Clarence Bartz had surgery Monday in Blessing hospital in Quincy. T. Sgt. John Henry and his wife, the former Wanda Jones and Kimberly of the Air Force base in Barksdale, La., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones in May- I I II/l Ill II LA GRANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT Custom Slaughter;ng Processing for Home Freezers Choice Mets - Sides or Q .....  ........ Complete Selection of Fresh Meats Available Daily From Our Service Counter SEE HOWARD STURHAN AT LAGILANGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT I Insurance- 00ps,[ )on't GEt Mad Maw . . I'll Have The Furniture In- sured With Todd& Hartmann Insurance Real Estate Phone 655- 2200 LaGrange, Nk). i" .... .-- ..... J ' a0r, iacls [ Crack In Your Nest Egg? ! B ITh . American Farm Bur,.aul Over the years it has been difficult to preserve I Federation has come out l :with some inter,,sting I values in many investments but there is one that I statistic for those who I [claim American agricuhure, I iS always worth par, pays a fine return, is insured Ishould go back to the goodl ;old dav of no chemical I safe and readily available the moment it's needed. I fertilizers, no chemicall Ipesticildes and just raise, I |"organic food." It might bel .. + And that's in Association, which .'feasible if: we could find ls-| an ccoum our 120 million draft animals to I today, stands as a haven of safety for hard-earned I replace our tractors: if we, |had an additional 40-501 dollars. So if you are looking for a good place to million acres now producingl 'fl,od .r used oeoph, and; save, look in on us. It's a step that you will never |convert it t- feed production I [ for those drait animals: it we I regret. |could ignore the cries of the | t milliona of people now ob-i [taining food from thoe[ t  " [acres: it we could tindl ianother 20-30 miUion people i  %(o :to do the work now done I c .... :,:;-,2: |mechanically: and if v.e. i-?lEl" lf'}llll00" |c,uld get "sexera[ million J .................... ir S5 PALMYRA SAVING ) AN[:) BUlL.DIG ,AOCIATION Palmyra -- Canton Kohoko Where You Save DOES Make a Difference[ tons of crop and animal[ waste back to the fields for I fertilizer. }|owever, if all ot I I these things did come about. [ i then be ready to accept| sharp declines "in total crop; yields and food quality. You I }ust can't haveit bothways. [ I " I IFarm & City Supply I ft.,, .o I FARM & HOME NEEDS. !