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Van Meters celebrate 40th anniversary Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Meter celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at the River Valley Country club near Canton with their children. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perkins and sons of carlinsville, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and family of Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Van Meter and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Van Meter and sons. Thursday an all day meet- ing of the Baptist Missionary was held at LaBelle. Those attending were Rev. George Keppner, Mrs. Glessie Reese, Mrs. Veta Bronson and Mrs. Be,tie Logan. Mr. and Mrs. John Derksen spent one evening this week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiskirchen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin were Sunday din- ner guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Musser and family of LaGrange in honor of Dawn's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker of Mooresville, Ind., visited in the Ted Bailey home. Surprising Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Meter on their 40th anniversary last Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Nobel Morriss, Mrs. Bertie Logan and Mrs. Atha Silvey. B MRS. HAROLD SCHNITZER Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crain of Cambria were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas at the Golden Bell near LaBelle. Later they were joined in the Thomas home by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurk for an evening of cards. Mrs. Harry Emrick and Becky spent Tuesday in Jacksonville on business and visiting friends. Mrs. Ralph Hammersmith of Defiance, O., and Mrs. John Dillinger of Fort Wayne, Ind., were Wednesday over night guests of Mr. and Mrs: Warner Smith. Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, 0., spent Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Van Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter spent the week end in Kansas City visiting Madi- son Roberts, a patient in Research hospital. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Alfred Hinton of Monticello was a Sunday guest in the Eldon Ritter home. In the afternoon Todd and Annette Hinton went with him to the farewell dinner for Rev. and Mrs. Ken Ballard at the LaGrange Christian church, and later attended the open house for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hocraffer in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Todd Emrick and Mark Cramer of WIU, Macomb, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick, Becky and Blaine. Eagles Auxiliary RUMMAGE SALE 'Also Sandwiches and Coffee Saturday, October 28 B & H TV - Canton Tuesday Mrs. Jayme Cur- ben and Mrs. Velva Nichols attended a food nutrition meeting at Monticello. Breakfast guests of Mrs. Lucy Dannenhauer Friday morning were Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, O., Mrs. John Dillinger of Fort Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Ralph Hammersmith of Defiance, 0., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith called on Mrs. Myrtle Vance at Blessing hospital in Quincy Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Shugart of LaBelle and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shugart and family of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shugart and family of Beards- town. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hocraf- for Sunday. '. Mrs. Ralph Nichols was a Saturday afternoon caller of Mrs. Preston Featherlin. Mrs. Omega Hamlin called Sunday on Mrs. Lucy Dannen- hauer. Mrs. Crystal Tuley called Tuesday. Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith. Mrs. Russell Lay and Mrs. Larry Lay and Aaron spent last Monday with Mrs. Chuck Webster of Canton. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols and family were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henning. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314-393- 2216. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown of Estes Park, Colo., came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Bronson Friday after- noon where they were joined by Mrs. Glessie Reese and Egbert Arnold and went to the Golden Bell near LaBelle for / MAY BE BUSY... But Ncu00rToo BUELl To Hdp... We give all our customers a friendly extra.., with our 'personal service' banking! See us for every banking need.., checking and savings accounts, loans, savings certificates.., even advice! Pay us a visit right now! :,'h depoto inma red to $4 " FDI00 .,-, ................................ LENDER Two iocions ....  I lji .g Foc,ity . to serve you .... - _. . - Lewistown dinner. The Browns were over night guests of Mrs. Reese. Saturday all attended the Methodist church dinner and were Saturday supper guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Childers at LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Brown stayed over night with the Childers and left Sunday to visit friends in Quincy. Stacey Sutton of Canton spent Thursday til Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin. She was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hackamack and children Saturday night. Saturday supper guests of Mrs. Mary Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durall of Pittsfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mahoney of Lee's Summit, Becky Mahoney and fiance of Kirksville and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith and family. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lil- lard Bronson, Mrs. Glessie Reese and Egbert Arnold were callers in the Bill Anderson home in Kahoka. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Styles of Montgomery City spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols and sons. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smith were Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannen- hauer and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer of Lewistown, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Munzlinger of Monticello, Mrs. Beulah Ayres of Kansas City, Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, O., Mrs. John Dillinger of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Mrs. Ralph Hammersmith of De- fiance, O. Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn Fishback of Derrahs called after supper along with Carol Jo Dannenhauer of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lay and sons and Carolyn Moore were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay and Terry. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Witt- haus of Hannibal and Mrs. Gary Sutton and children of Canton were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin. Mrs. Bertha Hildmann was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. I.wis County. ambula districts appreciates his many maae 11 runs mlS past w e_z-,.month s of interest and work transporting the sick and toward making the ambu- injured of the county to and lances a success. We hope to from the hospital of their choice. Someone is always on call if you should need an ambulance. Dial 0 and ask for Enterprise 30135. Be patient seconds may seem like min- utes; give all of the informa- tion that you have and be sure to give concise directions. Many new people are working on the ambulance in another part of the county and are not familiar at all with where you may live. More than ever we are interchanging EMTs from one part of the county to the other as need for help shifts from one side of the county to the other. We are sorry that John Ewalt of Lewistown has retired but wish him nothing but the best in his new endeavor, whatever it may be. John is tired of listening for the pager and is in need of a long rest. The ambulance CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 of LaBelle and Gayle Clark and Carl Randle of Wyaconda. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Clark were afternoon visitors. Sunday Mrs. Agnes Doberty of Quincy visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Beulah Adkins, Mrs. Blanche House and John be hiring a new crew chief in the near future. If any of the volunteers are interested in the job, we shall certainly be glad to have their application and will plan an interview at their convenience. Blood pressure clinics for the month of November will be as follows: 1st at Canton, alternate 3rd; 7th at LaBelle, alternate 9th; 9th at to- Grange Senior Housing, alter- nate 10th; 14th at Lewistown, alternate 16th; 15th at Will- lEarns,own with Medic II; 21st at Ewing, alternate 22nd; 28th at LaGrange . downtown. Please feel free to drop by any of the sites to have your blood pressure checked You do not have to partake of the meal or any of the activities and it is free. PRAIRIE VIEW NEWS & VIEWS A surprise party (birthday dinner) was held in honor of Florence Murphy's 90th birth- day. Florence enjoyed the day visiting with family and friends. Dora Johnson had left to make a new home with her husband" in Palmyra. Dolan Schork's son, Bob, has been visiting with his father and sister. Dolan has been enjoying going out with the family for dinner and visiting friends and other family members. We extend our sympathy to the family of Luella Boyd, who passed away Oct. 16. Dorothy Pogue returned Sharl)e visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington Sunday. Mr. Harrington was taken to Quincy by ambulance and was admitted to St. Mary hospital. Mrs. Atha Silvey and Mrs. Publhdd Every Thursday by Americanton Enterprises David Steinbeck, Publidr 130 AVENUE OF THE MISSOURIANS, CANTON, Lela Wehrmann at LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Durall of Pittsfield and Mrs. Gertrude Manosey of Lee's Summit called on Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith Saturday. Mrs. Mattie Horsman and Mrs. Alice Myers were Sun- day dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Catherine Robe, son. Ice cream and cake were served Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Jo Dan- nenhauer. There were house guests, Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavario, 0., Mrs. John Dinninger of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Mrs. Ralph Ham- mersmith of Defiance, O., Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dan- nenhauer of Lewistown, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer and daughters of Monticello, Roger Dannenhauer and fri- end of Kirksville. Dale Smith called during the evening. Mrs. Hazel Rayl was a Tuesday morning caller of Mrs. Gladys Hamilton Mrs. Harry Feldkamp of Canton was a Sunday evening visitor. Vicky Florea of Edina visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Edna Runyon. Mrs. Lydia Veatch accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dye to Monroe City to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Veatch. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin were Saturday eve- ning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Featherlin along with Mr. and Mrs. Eric Georges and Brandon of Quincy. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314-393- 2216. Sunday dinner guests of Mr.  and Mrs. E. H. Smith and family were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durall of Pittsfield and Mrs. Mary Smith. Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, 0., came Tuesday morning and stayed until Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer. She was accompanied by Mrs. John Dinninger of Ft. Wayne, Ind.. and Mrs. Ralph Ham- mersmith of Defiance, 0., niece of Mrs. Dannenhauer. Wednesday Warner Smith took them for a drive around the Derrahs vicinity visiting places where they were raised. At noon all were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannanhauer along with Danny Dannenhauer and Mrs. Warner Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, Shirley and Martha hosted a birthday dinner Sunday for Harold's aunt, Mrs. Jane Lowary of Prairie View rest home, and Lauralie Brad- shaw, granddaughter of the Clarks. Mrs.-Lowary was celebrating her 90th year and Lauralie was 3. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bradshaw and Jannalle Mildred Gaus visited Mrs. Harrington Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wilhmiena Marquette spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Marquette of Maywood. Carol Jo Dannenhauer of Chicago, Roger Dannenhauer of Kirksville and Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. Mrs. Larry Hackamack and children were Saturday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin and granddaughter, Stacey. Matt Smith spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter. Stanley Vaughn and daugh- ter, Mrs. Dorothy Brown of Quincy, visited Wednesday in the Ted Bailey home. Thursday morning Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Oregon called on Mrs. Edna Carlson, house guest of Mrs. Lucy Dannenhauer. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Geisen- dorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geisendorfer visited one day this week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington. OZS Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wil- liamstown Masonic Lodge. The Conton Press. Est 1862 The Canton News. Est 1879 Consohdoted Nov 22, 1928 The Conton Record, Estobhshed 1929 Consol*doted Jonuoty I, 1941 The Lew,s County Journal Estobhshed IST The tewstown News Con$ohdoled rch I, } The Conlon Press-News The Lew,s County Journal Conohdoted n .1, 1973 Second Class Postage Paid at Canton, bio. Fleer Feed LEWISTOWN, MO. TsORTHO, CHEVRON and desk:jn. UNIPEL Ke9 U S Pat STATE CONSOLIDATED LewistOwn State OF LEWISTOWN IN THE STATE OF DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES AT THE BUSINESS SEPT 1978 ASSETS Cash and due from hanks ...................... U.S. Treasury securities ....................... Obligations of other U.S. Government agencieS and corporations .............................. .. Obligations of States and political subdivisions '"i.." Other bonds, notes, and debentures ............... a. Leans, Total (excluding unearned income) b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ........ c. Loans, Net ..................................... Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and othe .. assets representing bank premises ............. i'.: Other assets ..................................... .. TOTAL ASSETS ................................. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ Time and savings deposits of individuals, -...': partnerships, and corporations ............... Deposits of States and political subdivisions ....... Certified and officers' checks ..................... TOTAL DEPOSITS. a. Total demand deposits ....................... b. Total time and savings deposits. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ............ Other liabilities ................................... TOTAL LIABILITIF_,S ............................ " EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 5,000 (Par value) b. No. shares outstanding 5,000 (Par value) .... i Surplus .......................................... Undivided profits ............................... "" Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .............................. ..." TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .................... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ............................... ' MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks ...................... " c. Total loans ................................. e. Total deposits f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ......... ' I, Steven L. Shaw, Cashier, of the solemnly swear that this report of correct, to the best of my knowledge and Correct--Attest: Ida H. Gnuse, Lm'enzo A. Gnuse, Jerry M. Dance, Thomas S. William State e Missouri, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th 1978, and I hereby certify that I am not an this bank. (SEAL) My commisaion Carol W. " I Jill illiJJllllll ," I I I tewistown Business Directory , i ........... -- ......... .J I I i Homelite i LEWIS COUNTY I i I MEMORIAL POST 1 1 tombard-Pio.neer ' I and Poulan Chain Saws I NO. 578 I I AMERICAN LEGION I I I Laa,,,. . I I NEW & USED I I I I  Mondoy Night Regulur I Holbert Sales I .,,g  E onm I ! & Service I I I / Willmd Hetzler, Commmu:ler I j SEE US FOR YOUR j Get Your I I DECORATING NEEDS I Extra Copies I I PAINT, FLOOR I I I COVERING, GLASS & I of the I I DRAPERY HARDWARE I Press-News Journal 1 I I at I I ARNOLD'S I I I FURNITURE STORE I Shutts Variety I I _ . . I LEWISTOWN I i. _ Le_wst_wn,_M..-- _ 4 .......... J I . / . I tew,stown I Lewtstown I Locker Service I State Bank I I ,. . andoy t I General I Tdy. k w.dn.,y ,I Banking Business I IIIII II I We sell cornfed beef by the 7,,] I MEMBER FEDERAL OEPOSrr I quarter or re#il cuts by the Ib.j INS. CORPORATION I I t'msbo SlWs s% i DEER PROCESSING I , , I Time Cert/f/cates 5- 6-6'/ % phy, a birthday party Monday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed sharing cake and ice cream with her. They also brought candy for Lester StoRe, their adopted grandfather. Brownie Troop 400 from Ewing made decorations for the home. Various pictures describing the holidays were senn throughout the pictures. They were hung throughout the home for everyone's enjoyment. Mrs. Gladys Keller, Marie Carter and Bessie Keller visited Tuesday afternoon and played cards with Mac Arm- brnster. Blanche House donated magazines and chair pads. The Farm Bureau Band enter- tained Thursday evening with music. Willard Hetzler, Larry Gillespie, Herman Hutton and Maurice Tunnies made up the group. Pop corn and soda were served. Hazel Musser went out with her sister, Mildred Kramer from Palmyra, Friday after- noon. CARD OF THANKS Thank you for all the prayers, cards, gifts and visits. A special thanks to Rev. Mobbs. I appreciate it very much. God bless you all. Lento Jones ORTHO UNIPEU 21-7-14 " Sunday after spending a few One-haul in the Fall does days at home with her husband and family. |fo gl Appi The Lutheran Ladies Aide un rT]Sn e Society gave their adopted year's corn crop. grandmother, Florence Mur- Advertising Representat,ve MISSOURI PRESS SERVICE, INC. Columbia, Missouri RATE SCHEDULE Subscriptions In Lewis, Knox, Marion, Shelby & Clark Counties, a year -- $7.00 Six months $5.00 Elsewhere in Missouri & all other states, a year -- $6.00 Six months $6.00 Display Col. inch Classified Per word  Minimum Display Col. inch Card of Van Meters celebrate 40th anniversary Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Meter celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at the River Valley Country club near Canton with their children. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perkins and sons of carlinsville, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hinton and family of Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Van Meter and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Van Meter and sons. Thursday an all day meet- ing of the Baptist Missionary was held at LaBelle. Those attending were Rev. George Keppner, Mrs. Glessie Reese, Mrs. Veta Bronson and Mrs. Be,tie Logan. Mr. and Mrs. John Derksen spent one evening this week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiskirchen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin were Sunday din- ner guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Musser and family of LaGrange in honor of Dawn's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker of Mooresville, Ind., visited in the Ted Bailey home. Surprising Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Meter on their 40th anniversary last Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Nobel Morriss, Mrs. Bertie Logan and Mrs. Atha Silvey. B MRS. HAROLD SCHNITZER Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crain of Cambria were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas at the Golden Bell near LaBelle. Later they were joined in the Thomas home by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurk for an evening of cards. Mrs. Harry Emrick and Becky spent Tuesday in Jacksonville on business and visiting friends. Mrs. Ralph Hammersmith of Defiance, O., and Mrs. John Dillinger of Fort Wayne, Ind., were Wednesday over night guests of Mr. and Mrs: Warner Smith. Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, 0., spent Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Van Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter spent the week end in Kansas City visiting Madi- son Roberts, a patient in Research hospital. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Alfred Hinton of Monticello was a Sunday guest in the Eldon Ritter home. In the afternoon Todd and Annette Hinton went with him to the farewell dinner for Rev. and Mrs. Ken Ballard at the LaGrange Christian church, and later attended the open house for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hocraffer in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Todd Emrick and Mark Cramer of WIU, Macomb, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick, Becky and Blaine. Eagles Auxiliary RUMMAGE SALE 'Also Sandwiches and Coffee Saturday, October 28 B & H TV - Canton Tuesday Mrs. Jayme Cur- ben and Mrs. Velva Nichols attended a food nutrition meeting at Monticello. Breakfast guests of Mrs. Lucy Dannenhauer Friday morning were Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, O., Mrs. John Dillinger of Fort Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Ralph Hammersmith of Defiance, 0., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith called on Mrs. Myrtle Vance at Blessing hospital in Quincy Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Shugart of LaBelle and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shugart and family of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shugart and family of Beards- town. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hocraf- for Sunday. '. Mrs. Ralph Nichols was a Saturday afternoon caller of Mrs. Preston Featherlin. Mrs. Omega Hamlin called Sunday on Mrs. Lucy Dannen- hauer. Mrs. Crystal Tuley called Tuesday. Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith. Mrs. Russell Lay and Mrs. Larry Lay and Aaron spent last Monday with Mrs. Chuck Webster of Canton. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols and family were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henning. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314-393- 2216. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown of Estes Park, Colo., came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Bronson Friday after- noon where they were joined by Mrs. Glessie Reese and Egbert Arnold and went to the Golden Bell near LaBelle for / MAY BE BUSY... But Ncu00rToo BUELl To Hdp... We give all our customers a friendly extra.., with our 'personal service' banking! See us for every banking need.., checking and savings accounts, loans, savings certificates.., even advice! Pay us a visit right now! :,'h depoto inma red to $4 " FDI00 .,-, ................................ LENDER Two iocions ....  I lji .g Foc,ity . to serve you .... - _. . - Lewistown dinner. The Browns were over night guests of Mrs. Reese. Saturday all attended the Methodist church dinner and were Saturday supper guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Childers at LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Brown stayed over night with the Childers and left Sunday to visit friends in Quincy. Stacey Sutton of Canton spent Thursday til Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin. She was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hackamack and children Saturday night. Saturday supper guests of Mrs. Mary Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durall of Pittsfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mahoney of Lee's Summit, Becky Mahoney and fiance of Kirksville and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith and family. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lil- lard Bronson, Mrs. Glessie Reese and Egbert Arnold were callers in the Bill Anderson home in Kahoka. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Styles of Montgomery City spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nichols and sons. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smith were Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannen- hauer and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer of Lewistown, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Munzlinger of Monticello, Mrs. Beulah Ayres of Kansas City, Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, O., Mrs. John Dillinger of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Mrs. Ralph Hammersmith of De- fiance, O. Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn Fishback of Derrahs called after supper along with Carol Jo Dannenhauer of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lay and sons and Carolyn Moore were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay and Terry. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Witt- haus of Hannibal and Mrs. Gary Sutton and children of Canton were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin. Mrs. Bertha Hildmann was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. I.wis County. ambula districts appreciates his many maae 11 runs mlS past w e_z-,.month s of interest and work transporting the sick and toward making the ambu- injured of the county to and lances a success. We hope to from the hospital of their choice. Someone is always on call if you should need an ambulance. Dial 0 and ask for Enterprise 30135. Be patient seconds may seem like min- utes; give all of the informa- tion that you have and be sure to give concise directions. Many new people are working on the ambulance in another part of the county and are not familiar at all with where you may live. More than ever we are interchanging EMTs from one part of the county to the other as need for help shifts from one side of the county to the other. We are sorry that John Ewalt of Lewistown has retired but wish him nothing but the best in his new endeavor, whatever it may be. John is tired of listening for the pager and is in need of a long rest. The ambulance CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 of LaBelle and Gayle Clark and Carl Randle of Wyaconda. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Clark were afternoon visitors. Sunday Mrs. Agnes Doberty of Quincy visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Beulah Adkins, Mrs. Blanche House and John be hiring a new crew chief in the near future. If any of the volunteers are interested in the job, we shall certainly be glad to have their application and will plan an interview at their convenience. Blood pressure clinics for the month of November will be as follows: 1st at Canton, alternate 3rd; 7th at LaBelle, alternate 9th; 9th at to- Grange Senior Housing, alter- nate 10th; 14th at Lewistown, alternate 16th; 15th at Will- lEarns,own with Medic II; 21st at Ewing, alternate 22nd; 28th at LaGrange . downtown. Please feel free to drop by any of the sites to have your blood pressure checked You do not have to partake of the meal or any of the activities and it is free. PRAIRIE VIEW NEWS & VIEWS A surprise party (birthday dinner) was held in honor of Florence Murphy's 90th birth- day. Florence enjoyed the day visiting with family and friends. Dora Johnson had left to make a new home with her husband" in Palmyra. Dolan Schork's son, Bob, has been visiting with his father and sister. Dolan has been enjoying going out with the family for dinner and visiting friends and other family members. We extend our sympathy to the family of Luella Boyd, who passed away Oct. 16. Dorothy Pogue returned Sharl)e visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington Sunday. Mr. Harrington was taken to Quincy by ambulance and was admitted to St. Mary hospital. Mrs. Atha Silvey and Mrs. Publhdd Every Thursday by Americanton Enterprises David Steinbeck, Publidr 130 AVENUE OF THE MISSOURIANS, CANTON, Lela Wehrmann at LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Durall of Pittsfield and Mrs. Gertrude Manosey of Lee's Summit called on Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith Saturday. Mrs. Mattie Horsman and Mrs. Alice Myers were Sun- day dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Catherine Robe, son. Ice cream and cake were served Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Jo Dan- nenhauer. There were house guests, Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavario, 0., Mrs. John Dinninger of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Mrs. Ralph Ham- mersmith of Defiance, O., Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dan- nenhauer of Lewistown, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer and daughters of Monticello, Roger Dannenhauer and fri- end of Kirksville. Dale Smith called during the evening. Mrs. Hazel Rayl was a Tuesday morning caller of Mrs. Gladys Hamilton Mrs. Harry Feldkamp of Canton was a Sunday evening visitor. Vicky Florea of Edina visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Edna Runyon. Mrs. Lydia Veatch accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dye to Monroe City to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Veatch. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Featherlin were Saturday eve- ning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Featherlin along with Mr. and Mrs. Eric Georges and Brandon of Quincy. Virginia Day has accepted the position of hair stylist at the Town and Country Hair Fashions, West Quincy. For appointment phone 314-393- 2216. Sunday dinner guests of Mr.  and Mrs. E. H. Smith and family were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durall of Pittsfield and Mrs. Mary Smith. Mrs. Edna Carlson of New Bavaria, 0., came Tuesday morning and stayed until Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer. She was accompanied by Mrs. John Dinninger of Ft. Wayne, Ind.. and Mrs. Ralph Ham- mersmith of Defiance, 0., niece of Mrs. Dannenhauer. Wednesday Warner Smith took them for a drive around the Derrahs vicinity visiting places where they were raised. At noon all were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannanhauer along with Danny Dannenhauer and Mrs. Warner Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, Shirley and Martha hosted a birthday dinner Sunday for Harold's aunt, Mrs. Jane Lowary of Prairie View rest home, and Lauralie Brad- shaw, granddaughter of the Clarks. Mrs.-Lowary was celebrating her 90th year and Lauralie was 3. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bradshaw and Jannalle Mildred Gaus visited Mrs. Harrington Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wilhmiena Marquette spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Marquette of Maywood. Carol Jo Dannenhauer of Chicago, Roger Dannenhauer of Kirksville and Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dannenhauer. Mrs. Larry Hackamack and children were Saturday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin and granddaughter, Stacey. Matt Smith spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Van Meter. Stanley Vaughn and daugh- ter, Mrs. Dorothy Brown of Quincy, visited Wednesday in the Ted Bailey home. Thursday morning Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Oregon called on Mrs. Edna Carlson, house guest of Mrs. Lucy Dannenhauer. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Geisen- dorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geisendorfer visited one day this week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington. OZS Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wil- liamstown Masonic Lodge. The Conton Press. Est 1862 The Canton News. Est 1879 Consohdoted Nov 22, 1928 The Conton Record, Estobhshed 1929 Consol*doted Jonuoty I, 1941 The Lew,s County Journal Estobhshed IST The tewstown News Con$ohdoled rch I, } The Conlon Press-News The Lew,s County Journal Conohdoted n .1, 1973 Second Class Postage Paid at Canton, bio. Fleer Feed LEWISTOWN, MO. TsORTHO, CHEVRON and desk:jn. UNIPEL Ke9 U S Pat STATE CONSOLIDATED LewistOwn State OF LEWISTOWN IN THE STATE OF DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES AT THE BUSINESS SEPT 1978 ASSETS Cash and due from hanks ...................... U.S. Treasury securities ....................... Obligations of other U.S. Government agencieS and corporations .............................. .. Obligations of States and political subdivisions '"i.." Other bonds, notes, and debentures ............... a. Leans, Total (excluding unearned income) b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ........ c. Loans, Net ..................................... Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and othe .. assets representing bank premises ............. i'.: Other assets ..................................... .. TOTAL ASSETS ................................. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ Time and savings deposits of individuals, -...': partnerships, and corporations ............... Deposits of States and political subdivisions ....... Certified and officers' checks ..................... TOTAL DEPOSITS. a. Total demand deposits ....................... b. Total time and savings deposits. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ............ Other liabilities ................................... TOTAL LIABILITIF_,S ............................ " EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 5,000 (Par value) b. No. shares outstanding 5,000 (Par value) .... i Surplus .......................................... Undivided profits ............................... "" Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .............................. ..." TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .................... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ............................... ' MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks ...................... " c. Total loans ................................. e. Total deposits f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ......... ' I, Steven L. Shaw, Cashier, of the solemnly swear that this report of correct, to the best of my knowledge and Correct--Attest: Ida H. Gnuse, Lm'enzo A. Gnuse, Jerry M. Dance, Thomas S. William State e Missouri, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th 1978, and I hereby certify that I am not an this bank. (SEAL) My commisaion Carol W. 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CORPORATION I I t'msbo SlWs s% i DEER PROCESSING I , , I Time Cert/f/cates 5- 6-6'/ % phy, a birthday party Monday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed sharing cake and ice cream with her. They also brought candy for Lester StoRe, their adopted grandfather. Brownie Troop 400 from Ewing made decorations for the home. Various pictures describing the holidays were senn throughout the pictures. They were hung throughout the home for everyone's enjoyment. Mrs. Gladys Keller, Marie Carter and Bessie Keller visited Tuesday afternoon and played cards with Mac Arm- brnster. Blanche House donated magazines and chair pads. The Farm Bureau Band enter- tained Thursday evening with music. Willard Hetzler, Larry Gillespie, Herman Hutton and Maurice Tunnies made up the group. Pop corn and soda were served. Hazel Musser went out with her sister, Mildred Kramer from Palmyra, Friday after- noon. CARD OF THANKS Thank you for all the prayers, cards, gifts and visits. A special thanks to Rev. Mobbs. I appreciate it very much. God bless you all. Lento Jones ORTHO UNIPEU 21-7-14 " Sunday after spending a few One-haul in the Fall does days at home with her husband and family. |fo gl Appi The Lutheran Ladies Aide un rT]Sn e Society gave their adopted year's corn crop. grandmother, Florence Mur- Advertising Representat,ve MISSOURI PRESS SERVICE, INC. Columbia, Missouri RATE SCHEDULE Subscriptions In Lewis, Knox, Marion, Shelby & Clark Counties, a year -- $7.00 Six months $5.00 Elsewhere in Missouri & all other states, a year -- $6.00 Six months $6.00 Display Col. inch Classified Per word  Minimum Display Col. inch Card of