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r BY MRS. JAMES HAWKINS on Mrs. Jack Brad- the following Mr. and Mrs. of Okla- Mr. and Mrs. and sons of Mr. and Mrs. and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. of Macon Bradshaw. Magnusson left Monday morn- 10 day visit. returned home Mrs. Raymond on their anniversary Sun- were taken to for dinner. Their and Mrs. Lou Quincy. The Margaret was a Steve Roberts, and Stephanie of came Thurs- in the Raymond guests were Mr. and and family and Mrs. Mike and Mr. and Shumate and G.A. girls, Jan Hoteling, Lisa and Barb Borgstadt and Pam Gillespie, went to the Dairy Queen in Quincy fur dinner, compliments of Charlotte Min- er. This closed their year of work and study. For the second year the girls have earned the highest award in GA work, the Distinguished GA Award. Leader Myrna Hoteling and Troy were additional guests. George Leeser of Orange Calif., spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leeser and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann returned home last Monday afternoon from a vacation in Southern Missouri this past week. While in Branson they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cottrell. Mrs. James McBride and Michelle of St. James visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leeser Saturday after- noon. Michelle was entered in the baton contest in Hannibal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cox drove to Golden Sunday afternoon to visit in the home of Floyd Daugherty. On their way home they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herring in Fowler. Mrs. Robert Vaughn was happy to get a phone call from her nephew, Dr. Robert Constantz of Atherton, Calif., Sunday. Callers this past week in her home were Lowell D. English of Dallas, Tex., Miss Elizabeth Pollock, Mrs. Mag- LA GRANGE PROCESSING PLANT Slaughtering for Home Freezers Meats - Sides or Quarters Selection of Fresh Meats Available From Our Service Counter SEE HOWARD STURHAN AT MEAT PROCESSING PLANT dalene Heather, Clara Meier- ant, Mrs. George brescher and Mrs. Melvin Vaughn. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Everett Henry visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Rommy Azotea and Mr. and Mrs. David Winters and family in Quincy. Mrs. Clarice Solter of Golden, Colo., and Mrs. Dee Selves of Denver, Colo., were visitors over the week end in the home of Mrs. Bessie Cottrell. Earl Joe Leeser of Mt. Vernon, Wash., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leeser, is critically ill in a Philadelphia, Pa., hospital with a heart condi- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann and Mrs. Susie Kator visited Sunday after- noon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H'arrison at Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw drove to Bettendorf Saturday afternoon to visit in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw and daughters. They returned home Sunday night. Mrs. D. R. Carter of Mexico, Mrs. Robert Schnell of Quincy, Mrs. Kenneth Bostic of Panama City, Fla., and Mrs. Mary BarTon were callers this past week in the home of Miss Nora Drawe. Sunday evening Mrs. Paul Bringer was a caller in the home of Miss Anna Meierant and Mrs. Lucian Lahr. Lowell D. English of Dallas, Tex., was a caller this past week in the home of Mrs. George Drescher. Mrs. Clarice Solter of Golden, Colo., Mrs. Dee Selves of Denver, Colo., Audrey and Gallon Waterman of Hawarden, Ia., and Howard Waterman of Quincy were visitors this past week of Mrs. Susie Kator. Callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cunningham last week were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunninghdm of Phild- OATS Bus Schedule Affective now aU fares will increase in price. Nov; 1, LaBelle Manor ride, 1:30. Nov. 2, Lewis-Knox to Kirksville. Nov. 3, Lewis Co. to Quincy. Nov. 6, Knox Co. to Quincy. Nov. 7, Lewis Co. to Columbia. Nov. 8, Knox Co. to Mexico, Mo. Nov. 9, Knox-Lewis Co. to Kirksville. Nov. 10, Holiday. Nov. 14, Knox-Lewis Co. to Kirksville. Nov. 15, Lewis-Scotland Co. to Columbia. Nov. 16, Lewis-Knox Co. to Kirksville. Nov. 17, Lewis-Knox Co. to Quincy. Nov. 20, Knox Co. to Columbia. Nov. 21, Knox Co. to Hannibal. Nov.. 22, Monticello, Wil- liamstown, Canton, LaGrange to Quincy. Nov. 23, Holiday. Nov. 24, Lewis Co. to Quincy. Nov. 27, Monticello, Wil- liamstown, Canton, LaGrange to Quincy. Nov. 28, Lewis Co. to Keokuk. Nov. 30, Lewis-Knox Co. to Kirksville. delphia, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Myers and granddaughter, Cody Lynn, of Quincy. Miss Kim Uhlmeyer of Canton was a weekend guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Miss Anna Bringer was a Sunday dinner guest. Mrs. Ruth Miner spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James White of Canton. Mr. White was releas- ed from Veterans hospital in Iowa City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mur- phy and Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Wolf meyer spent Sunday in the Clifford Gares home in Kahoka. Recipe OF THE WEEK ZUCCHINI BREAD 3 eggs 1 cup oil Iortbeest Missoori LIBRARY SERVICE P /aGrange Bmm:b MRS. THELMA BRINKLEY Ubrarlon Headlines have been made by the phenomenal success of the Behavioral Weight Control Clinic at the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Now the doctors who run this clinic have written a book to let every reader with a weight problem enjoy the same success in not only losing pounds but keeping them from returning. The principle of behavioral weight control is simple. It is not what but how and why you eat that counts. EATING IS OKAY is your tool for making the amazingly minor adjustments that will remove your excess weight without torturous tests of your will power and agonizing abuses of your natural appe- tites. It will startle you with its ease. It will delight you with its results. And most import- ant, it will be the last diet book you will ever have to WAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT NUTRITION by Dav- id Reuben, M.D. Dr. Reuben says "Penny for penny and pound for pound, you eat one of the worst diets in the world, and it is hurting you and your children more than you are willing to admit. Most of the people on this planet eat better than you do, pay less for their food, have good teeth, slim bodies, much less diabetes and cancer, and fewer heart attacks. They know something you don't know: your body (and your mind) is only as good and as wholesome as the'foed you put into it. People of America -- the greatest threat to your survival and that of your children is not some terrible nuclear weapon. It is what you are going to eat from your dinner plate tonight." That's what this book is all about. your adult life. Many f the techniques ln a0C M this book have been introduc- ed by Dr. Stuart in the Personal Action Plan that he developed for members of Weight Watchers classes. BY WILLA BARR EVERYTHING YOU AL- Week end guests Eades for cake and ice cream and opening of gifts. Guests fr besides those mentioned were om Winchester Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Tracy and Bridgett and Mr. read.  To put it plainly and honestly, EATING IS OKAY is the weight-loss plan that makes all others obsolete. Have you ever had trouble staying on a weight-reduction program? Are you constantly experimenting with new diets, hoping that this one will work? If you do manage to lose weight, do you think of yourself as "formerly fat" instead of "thin at last?" If the answers to any of these questions is yes, ACT THIN, STAY THIN offers you a new beginning. It will show you that why you eat is as important as what you eat. Its promise is the opportunity to be free from self-defeating urges to eat -- by day or night -- perhaps for the first time in Mr. and Mrs. Durward Speer and Mrs. Michalene Joy and Mrs. Thelma Blackburn were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ed- wards. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tucker spent tbe week end with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jurgensmyer and family of Florissant. On Sunday all went to Hannibal where they met Mr. and Mrs. Bill Redman of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wil- liams at the Holiday Inn where they had a birthday dinner for Norman. While in St. Louis they saw many places of interest including the Arch. Kenneth Fishhack, Eric and Kristy spent Monday at the Earl Fishback home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Risk of Keokuk visited in the same home in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ed- wards spent Wednesday morn- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jefferies of Lewistown. Mrs. Thelma Blackburn SOCIAU--00--- SECURITY - TIPS HLN A. BEEDLEdPFdm- Q; Ottr25 ar old  was killed in a car accident about entertained Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Chipman were her mother, Mrs. Retha Evans, Mark Ford, Debby, Cindy and Tina Ford and Mrs. Evelyn Ford. All are of Winchester. Mrs. Betty Hoots of Pittsfield was also a guest. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs. Robert Wikowsky and family. Mrs. Gerry Rathbun's birth- day was honored Sunday when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gamin had she and her family as dinner guests. Attending were Gerry Rath- bun, Glenn, Aaron and Robby, Loretta Gamin and Bryan Feldkamp. In the afternoon all were guests of Mrs. Pearl MRS. TOM RISK afternoon with Mrs. LaVerne Bevans. Mrs. John McDermott and Mary Ann called on Mrs. Gary Snyder Wednesday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brook- hart and family spent last Sunday night and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fishback. Miss LeAnn Bevans had a party Sunday night honoring the 18th birthday of Beverly Brown. Besides the honoree Jeana Spurgeon and Cindy Otte were present. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ed- wards and Mrs. Edna Ridgely ate dinner in Luray Sunday and spent the afternoon viewing the beautiful fall coloring of the trees along the countryside. Mrs. Leta McDermott called on Mrs. Lawrence LaBonte and Mrs. Gene Porter in Canton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Water- man and family spent last Suvday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Edwards: ..... Buddy Fishback spent Sun- and Mrs. Ray Rokusek, John and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marthn LiUard. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leffert were Mrs. Melvin Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Blumenstoek and Willa Mills. Last week visitor was her sister, Mrs. Mildred Lacky of Edina. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Sharla and David of Quincy were Sunday guests of Mrs. Beulah Jones and Larry Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bringer and Rachel. Callers of Earl Leffert this past week for his birthday were his brother, Alfred, and Mrs. Melvin Eisenberg. Callers of Mrs. Jack Blohm were Mrs. Pauline Terpening of Palmyra, Mrs. D. P. Wiseman and Mrs. Willa Mills. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Graham in Quincy were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vickrey, Mrs. Reba Simmons and Gilbert Spratt of Quincy, Lilburn Spratt and family of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee McPike and family of Emden and Mrs. Neva John- son and Kim. Willa Mills was a recent caller of Mrs. Dave Redd of Palmyra. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Duff of Quincy were Monday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Chipman. Joey Allensworth was a Tuesday to Friday guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sly, and enjoyed cake and ice cream for his 4th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Robbins in Pittsfield. Wednesday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kroencke in Liberty. The Baptist church is enjoying the loud speakers, a memorial to Herbert Barr, and the candelabra, a me- morial to .the late Hen Oliver by Mrs. Oliver. 1 l l l l l 1 I 1 l 1 1 "21 cups sugar two months ago. He was living entertained the Smile-A-While daY with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. William 3 ts . chnamonn, 'th us at the time of his club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fishback. Shaver and Willa Mills were hl;00 A,,nt;^nl i i.!p :abt i'ngw iiii;adnisUeaPlit;;Yei : visitors Mrs. George Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Mollie Risk's 98th birthday Saturday . of touetta Fountain der in Jefferson George Uhlmeyer, Mr. and will be Nov. 3. She is living at ....... t ......... LaBelleM-n-- t;ny, also mr ana Mrs. wirs. Art nannon, mr. ana a u,. h " -" " 2 cups grated zucchini q y al ........ u aimers 'iowers. Ullli00 PlUlJlllllllm_ , ..... security We have heard that I II. te .... HI we might be ehglble for Mrs Ednr ' Rldgely rePmPlned H0me00min-S-calais! PD 1 parent's oenents ts tnls true- g quit farming I will hold an auction at my tarm East of n cup nuts " " for supper IP " r j  J/ Own Mo on rowe'-* .... ,,, v ,,., P.l^..,i.. , .'; .... , I Beat eggs, add sugar, oil A- You should contact your Sunday afternoon visitors of I ,.cl..-. /e'i"-" it'; ....... t. ,otv.,ut., ,. y.v ,'gw.tH o u,;,; V[ ." | and vanilla. Stir to combine, social security office and file Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller were [L ;y(/?L,b- ll EARLY ., u, om,ce,,o to route Y. watcn tor s,gns. I Add remaining ingredients, a c]aimfor parents benefits. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boudreau, I[ /;. r, I1| - -- m -- . |mixwell. Turn batter into two You will need to bring proof of Mrs. Lois Brown, Mr. and It ,-,n:]ll I .n 1 n I[ AA greased loaf pans. Bake at 350 your income, your son s birth lmlllll1l [lllllll l[ |D. forlhour. You can nse oil certificate or other proof of Mrs. Cecil Bider, Bobby IP ,"v.\\;l[Jll llllllSll v00nu00i#00m A,v | thiethb[hnedZ:: chini and grate in ;elpato?tp ;noduamnygprT:vOf. D:m::,Mil]erandJaneHendersn';xm.,mentr;uerd:; [[t '431]ti!/ 00mvm00oo .,.. _ |--------------------------------- You will also need to bring [( '.' .;" *,. ; , FARM EQUIPMENT I .................. have Medicare coverage. t Art COATS ' H ........... " ...... tractor, extra good cond0tnon; IHC 400 tractor; AC I  t' ,''icker;lHCsiderake'smalimanures-reader ACr - -'''''''''x. , ; oooo . [ 20%0 Off 'elevator with motor; one elevator; flat bed wagon on I ,,110'70 t'ul00ne'rnm i e .l m m CANTON, MO '.With hoist; old New Idea picker: sulkey rake; 2 rolls [1 ]'1]' 00,,u-nnnanm#,ta 00.LUOJ ,,,,,0,,. ocT.,.,,,, [ LEATHER, VINYLS,  'WOven wire; tank for hauling water; cement mixer; post I   rrWll' vises, 2 round iron kettles; 2 axles for 2-wheel m   CARD OFTHANKS [ CLOTH, FIR TRIMS , sever I 2 r . .' a square slate shingles; IHC -ow mounted I /. Thanks to friends and r " !i 2 good round metal hog feeders; wagon on car frame; 3 :  . / neighbors for cards, calls and r Check Our 11 ::g:l ! /  visits during my stay in St. ,returning home. A special L --n--1--um, ........... .--. a%?,rOnrnoad2ragnround2a!eracmk5?211gal4g___,, ---,, -,- ,, ,,=,,, ,,=,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mary hospital and since F BARGAIN oar ' Wheels; 7-ft. pull disc; JD 8-ft. pull disc; 2 BAC pull I   'JT[{/ ".,rr, thanks to Rev. Collier and [ Ji#|nn N-.- L--I-e J--'" v ts -.=,.llnl new flOllgg !tumble bug; JD 4-row planter; IHC 2-bottom plow; 2 I./.  .,..d-...  Rev. Swartzfor their isi , r IgKV'lllln9 nt y  prayers and words of encour- r elt|m m,--%-!---- J,|lul (/ I I tanks for feeders; Burch 8-ft. wheel disc; milk cooler, I .. i/"L_ _ agement and to the American k IUIlIIUII arrlVllllg UIIIIlyi   {, t.iS and compressors.  F,t')'F r,/x-f' / Legion for the use of the  " | i .'ges and wedges; post driver; IHC electric milk separator; I / /W  hospital bed. Also to those GO Wildcats. We're aulli'00a for rout l arns; several fencers; gas brooder; railroad jack; wire I   --'"b . who helped get the oxygen L ........... -- " "----- tanks and controls in working r _ ,, -- "ers; grindstone; forge; ropes; saws; lard press; good I    -  order. Your kindnesswill long P  /P ,-- 7-- . '___ . ;inner bell; elec. cords and heat bulbs; chick feeders: -   be remembered. May God  #,--'-" f' ',- tools; tons of iron; barrels for feed and trash; AC pull l  // fl_.. . bless all of you. b w 'he; 2 AC combines for parts; collars & harness; 6 square I  F///'f  ClydeM. Thompson I ..... . CANTON&A BjLL 2 ..... .. alv. tin; assorted size lumber; silaoe fork; Dower-lawn I  -- - - "="-  , ' I; bundles of rubber shingles; 4 balertwine for AC baler; I . ..... . .. " "" """ Re t ns; 1946 Chevrolet 1V2 ton truck, runs good; 1949 ;/. ;)TClrTlng Novemller 13, IY/  -elec ur car, good body; 1940 Chevrolet car; several electric I /. ' =at ,= a.m / 'V' Ch.v, m,.. , 'W plUS l t00IUD '" FURNITORE&MISCELLANEOUS .0o- - t, ofll;ressmafl ,ie I . pay 47 weeks '/, antique bed and dresser, over 100 yrs. old; striking n  an" w ....... .ck; old rockers; davenport, antique; 8 & 10 gal. stone I  a pay me atnn one. =Kdresser; square extension table & 4 chairs; apt. size ,== Weekly povmon$ ere 0= ,..,, ....  Harold L. . & dryer; oval library table; twin beds, complete; I  " _-" _ ""'"--'"  /k' ; swivel desk chair; wood heating stove; medicine u,/. $0 _ $1.m an = ./ ,r "!" " VOLKMER ," etrigerator, good; dinner bell; electric churn; electric I  rn freezer; pieces of marble; Maytag washing machine ! " $S  nl $1/11 /11/11 ,; canning jars; 3-wheel bicycle; reversible Olson rug, I .. ovv umuu mvovv lots of miscellaneous items, 50 years accumulation I  I=,___  , =,r .  ,A CASH s..o.cd bookc=,,. Sell by number I r arrears ac Merctmnts Democrat --- 9th District ,-d Not responsible for accidents I  D___ ]L z. r i-, ,,.. . .... . "an'yt00at'range i m mrs. a. n. nornngTon ...... Volkmer Works For You... ashL,urn, Auct. F.L. Washburn, Clerk& cashier !/.   And He Has A Record To Prove It m BB m 1 i naB i l i m 1 a .,, ,o, by Voikrlrr for Congress Comm,ttee. Harry J. Mitchell. Chairman. Box 991. Hannibal. Mo, r BY MRS. JAMES HAWKINS on Mrs. Jack Brad- the following Mr. and Mrs. of Okla- Mr. and Mrs. and sons of Mr. and Mrs. and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. of Macon Bradshaw. Magnusson left Monday morn- 10 day visit. returned home Mrs. Raymond on their anniversary Sun- were taken to for dinner. Their and Mrs. Lou Quincy. The Margaret was a Steve Roberts, and Stephanie of came Thurs- in the Raymond guests were Mr. and and family and Mrs. Mike and Mr. and Shumate and G.A. girls, Jan Hoteling, Lisa and Barb Borgstadt and Pam Gillespie, went to the Dairy Queen in Quincy fur dinner, compliments of Charlotte Min- er. This closed their year of work and study. For the second year the girls have earned the highest award in GA work, the Distinguished GA Award. Leader Myrna Hoteling and Troy were additional guests. George Leeser of Orange Calif., spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leeser and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann returned home last Monday afternoon from a vacation in Southern Missouri this past week. While in Branson they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cottrell. Mrs. James McBride and Michelle of St. James visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leeser Saturday after- noon. Michelle was entered in the baton contest in Hannibal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cox drove to Golden Sunday afternoon to visit in the home of Floyd Daugherty. On their way home they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herring in Fowler. Mrs. Robert Vaughn was happy to get a phone call from her nephew, Dr. Robert Constantz of Atherton, Calif., Sunday. Callers this past week in her home were Lowell D. English of Dallas, Tex., Miss Elizabeth Pollock, Mrs. Mag- LA GRANGE PROCESSING PLANT Slaughtering for Home Freezers Meats - Sides or Quarters Selection of Fresh Meats Available From Our Service Counter SEE HOWARD STURHAN AT MEAT PROCESSING PLANT dalene Heather, Clara Meier- ant, Mrs. George brescher and Mrs. Melvin Vaughn. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Everett Henry visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Rommy Azotea and Mr. and Mrs. David Winters and family in Quincy. Mrs. Clarice Solter of Golden, Colo., and Mrs. Dee Selves of Denver, Colo., were visitors over the week end in the home of Mrs. Bessie Cottrell. Earl Joe Leeser of Mt. Vernon, Wash., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leeser, is critically ill in a Philadelphia, Pa., hospital with a heart condi- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann and Mrs. Susie Kator visited Sunday after- noon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H'arrison at Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw drove to Bettendorf Saturday afternoon to visit in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw and daughters. They returned home Sunday night. Mrs. D. R. Carter of Mexico, Mrs. Robert Schnell of Quincy, Mrs. Kenneth Bostic of Panama City, Fla., and Mrs. Mary BarTon were callers this past week in the home of Miss Nora Drawe. Sunday evening Mrs. Paul Bringer was a caller in the home of Miss Anna Meierant and Mrs. Lucian Lahr. Lowell D. English of Dallas, Tex., was a caller this past week in the home of Mrs. George Drescher. Mrs. Clarice Solter of Golden, Colo., Mrs. Dee Selves of Denver, Colo., Audrey and Gallon Waterman of Hawarden, Ia., and Howard Waterman of Quincy were visitors this past week of Mrs. Susie Kator. Callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cunningham last week were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunninghdm of Phild- OATS Bus Schedule Affective now aU fares will increase in price. Nov; 1, LaBelle Manor ride, 1:30. Nov. 2, Lewis-Knox to Kirksville. Nov. 3, Lewis Co. to Quincy. Nov. 6, Knox Co. to Quincy. Nov. 7, Lewis Co. to Columbia. Nov. 8, Knox Co. to Mexico, Mo. Nov. 9, Knox-Lewis Co. to Kirksville. Nov. 10, Holiday. Nov. 14, Knox-Lewis Co. to Kirksville. Nov. 15, Lewis-Scotland Co. to Columbia. Nov. 16, Lewis-Knox Co. to Kirksville. Nov. 17, Lewis-Knox Co. to Quincy. Nov. 20, Knox Co. to Columbia. Nov. 21, Knox Co. to Hannibal. Nov.. 22, Monticello, Wil- liamstown, Canton, LaGrange to Quincy. Nov. 23, Holiday. Nov. 24, Lewis Co. to Quincy. Nov. 27, Monticello, Wil- liamstown, Canton, LaGrange to Quincy. Nov. 28, Lewis Co. to Keokuk. Nov. 30, Lewis-Knox Co. to Kirksville. delphia, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Myers and granddaughter, Cody Lynn, of Quincy. Miss Kim Uhlmeyer of Canton was a weekend guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Miss Anna Bringer was a Sunday dinner guest. Mrs. Ruth Miner spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James White of Canton. Mr. White was releas- ed from Veterans hospital in Iowa City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mur- phy and Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Wolf meyer spent Sunday in the Clifford Gares home in Kahoka. Recipe OF THE WEEK ZUCCHINI BREAD 3 eggs 1 cup oil Iortbeest Missoori LIBRARY SERVICE P /aGrange Bmm:b MRS. THELMA BRINKLEY Ubrarlon Headlines have been made by the phenomenal success of the Behavioral Weight Control Clinic at the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Now the doctors who run this clinic have written a book to let every reader with a weight problem enjoy the same success in not only losing pounds but keeping them from returning. The principle of behavioral weight control is simple. It is not what but how and why you eat that counts. EATING IS OKAY is your tool for making the amazingly minor adjustments that will remove your excess weight without torturous tests of your will power and agonizing abuses of your natural appe- tites. It will startle you with its ease. It will delight you with its results. And most import- ant, it will be the last diet book you will ever have to WAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT NUTRITION by Dav- id Reuben, M.D. Dr. Reuben says "Penny for penny and pound for pound, you eat one of the worst diets in the world, and it is hurting you and your children more than you are willing to admit. Most of the people on this planet eat better than you do, pay less for their food, have good teeth, slim bodies, much less diabetes and cancer, and fewer heart attacks. They know something you don't know: your body (and your mind) is only as good and as wholesome as the'foed you put into it. People of America -- the greatest threat to your survival and that of your children is not some terrible nuclear weapon. It is what you are going to eat from your dinner plate tonight." That's what this book is all about. your adult life. Many f the techniques ln a0C M this book have been introduc- ed by Dr. Stuart in the Personal Action Plan that he developed for members of Weight Watchers classes. BY WILLA BARR EVERYTHING YOU AL- Week end guests Eades for cake and ice cream and opening of gifts. Guests fr besides those mentioned were om Winchester Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Tracy and Bridgett and Mr. read.  To put it plainly and honestly, EATING IS OKAY is the weight-loss plan that makes all others obsolete. Have you ever had trouble staying on a weight-reduction program? Are you constantly experimenting with new diets, hoping that this one will work? If you do manage to lose weight, do you think of yourself as "formerly fat" instead of "thin at last?" If the answers to any of these questions is yes, ACT THIN, STAY THIN offers you a new beginning. It will show you that why you eat is as important as what you eat. Its promise is the opportunity to be free from self-defeating urges to eat -- by day or night -- perhaps for the first time in Mr. and Mrs. Durward Speer and Mrs. Michalene Joy and Mrs. Thelma Blackburn were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ed- wards. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tucker spent tbe week end with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jurgensmyer and family of Florissant. On Sunday all went to Hannibal where they met Mr. and Mrs. Bill Redman of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wil- liams at the Holiday Inn where they had a birthday dinner for Norman. While in St. Louis they saw many places of interest including the Arch. Kenneth Fishhack, Eric and Kristy spent Monday at the Earl Fishback home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Risk of Keokuk visited in the same home in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ed- wards spent Wednesday morn- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jefferies of Lewistown. Mrs. Thelma Blackburn SOCIAU--00--- SECURITY - TIPS HLN A. BEEDLEdPFdm- Q; Ottr25 ar old  was killed in a car accident about entertained Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Chipman were her mother, Mrs. Retha Evans, Mark Ford, Debby, Cindy and Tina Ford and Mrs. Evelyn Ford. All are of Winchester. Mrs. Betty Hoots of Pittsfield was also a guest. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs. Robert Wikowsky and family. Mrs. Gerry Rathbun's birth- day was honored Sunday when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gamin had she and her family as dinner guests. Attending were Gerry Rath- bun, Glenn, Aaron and Robby, Loretta Gamin and Bryan Feldkamp. In the afternoon all were guests of Mrs. Pearl MRS. TOM RISK afternoon with Mrs. LaVerne Bevans. Mrs. John McDermott and Mary Ann called on Mrs. Gary Snyder Wednesday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brook- hart and family spent last Sunday night and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fishback. Miss LeAnn Bevans had a party Sunday night honoring the 18th birthday of Beverly Brown. Besides the honoree Jeana Spurgeon and Cindy Otte were present. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ed- wards and Mrs. Edna Ridgely ate dinner in Luray Sunday and spent the afternoon viewing the beautiful fall coloring of the trees along the countryside. Mrs. Leta McDermott called on Mrs. Lawrence LaBonte and Mrs. Gene Porter in Canton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Water- man and family spent last Suvday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Edwards: ..... Buddy Fishback spent Sun- and Mrs. Ray Rokusek, John and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marthn LiUard. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leffert were Mrs. Melvin Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Blumenstoek and Willa Mills. Last week visitor was her sister, Mrs. Mildred Lacky of Edina. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Sharla and David of Quincy were Sunday guests of Mrs. Beulah Jones and Larry Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bringer and Rachel. Callers of Earl Leffert this past week for his birthday were his brother, Alfred, and Mrs. Melvin Eisenberg. Callers of Mrs. Jack Blohm were Mrs. Pauline Terpening of Palmyra, Mrs. D. P. Wiseman and Mrs. Willa Mills. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Graham in Quincy were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vickrey, Mrs. Reba Simmons and Gilbert Spratt of Quincy, Lilburn Spratt and family of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee McPike and family of Emden and Mrs. Neva John- son and Kim. Willa Mills was a recent caller of Mrs. Dave Redd of Palmyra. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Duff of Quincy were Monday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Chipman. Joey Allensworth was a Tuesday to Friday guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sly, and enjoyed cake and ice cream for his 4th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Robbins in Pittsfield. Wednesday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kroencke in Liberty. The Baptist church is enjoying the loud speakers, a memorial to Herbert Barr, and the candelabra, a me- morial to .the late Hen Oliver by Mrs. Oliver. 1 l l l l l 1 I 1 l 1 1 "21 cups sugar two months ago. He was living entertained the Smile-A-While daY with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. William 3 ts . chnamonn, 'th us at the time of his club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fishback. Shaver and Willa Mills were hl;00 A,,nt;^nl i i.!p :abt i'ngw iiii;adnisUeaPlit;;Yei : visitors Mrs. George Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Mollie Risk's 98th birthday Saturday . of touetta Fountain der in Jefferson George Uhlmeyer, Mr. and will be Nov. 3. She is living at ....... t ......... LaBelleM-n-- t;ny, also mr ana Mrs. wirs. Art nannon, mr. ana a u,. h " -" " 2 cups grated zucchini q y al ........ u aimers 'iowers. Ullli00 PlUlJlllllllm_ , ..... security We have heard that I II. te .... HI we might be ehglble for Mrs Ednr ' Rldgely rePmPlned H0me00min-S-calais! PD 1 parent's oenents ts tnls true- g quit farming I will hold an auction at my tarm East of n cup nuts " " for supper IP " r j  J/ Own Mo on rowe'-* .... ,,, v ,,., P.l^..,i.. , .'; .... , I Beat eggs, add sugar, oil A- You should contact your Sunday afternoon visitors of I ,.cl..-. /e'i"-" it'; ....... t. ,otv.,ut., ,. y.v ,'gw.tH o u,;,; V[ ." | and vanilla. Stir to combine, social security office and file Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller were [L ;y(/?L,b- ll EARLY ., u, om,ce,,o to route Y. watcn tor s,gns. I Add remaining ingredients, a c]aimfor parents benefits. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boudreau, I[ /;. r, I1| - -- m -- . |mixwell. Turn batter into two You will need to bring proof of Mrs. Lois Brown, Mr. and It ,-,n:]ll I .n 1 n I[ AA greased loaf pans. Bake at 350 your income, your son s birth lmlllll1l [lllllll l[ |D. forlhour. You can nse oil certificate or other proof of Mrs. Cecil Bider, Bobby IP ,"v.\\;l[Jll llllllSll v00nu00i#00m A,v | thiethb[hnedZ:: chini and grate in ;elpato?tp ;noduamnygprT:vOf. D:m::,Mil]erandJaneHendersn';xm.,mentr;uerd:; [[t '431]ti!/ 00mvm00oo .,.. _ |--------------------------------- You will also need to bring [( '.' .;" *,. ; , FARM EQUIPMENT I .................. have Medicare coverage. t Art COATS ' H ........... " ...... tractor, extra good cond0tnon; IHC 400 tractor; AC I  t' ,''icker;lHCsiderake'smalimanures-reader ACr - -'''''''''x. , ; oooo . [ 20%0 Off 'elevator with motor; one elevator; flat bed wagon on I ,,110'70 t'ul00ne'rnm i e .l m m CANTON, MO '.With hoist; old New Idea picker: sulkey rake; 2 rolls [1 ]'1]' 00,,u-nnnanm#,ta 00.LUOJ ,,,,,0,,. ocT.,.,,,, [ LEATHER, VINYLS,  'WOven wire; tank for hauling water; cement mixer; post I   rrWll' vises, 2 round iron kettles; 2 axles for 2-wheel m   CARD OFTHANKS [ CLOTH, FIR TRIMS , sever I 2 r . .' a square slate shingles; IHC -ow mounted I /. Thanks to friends and r " !i 2 good round metal hog feeders; wagon on car frame; 3 :  . / neighbors for cards, calls and r Check Our 11 ::g:l ! /  visits during my stay in St. ,returning home. A special L --n--1--um, ........... .--. a%?,rOnrnoad2ragnround2a!eracmk5?211gal4g___,, ---,, -,- ,, ,,=,,, ,,=,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mary hospital and since F BARGAIN oar ' Wheels; 7-ft. pull disc; JD 8-ft. pull disc; 2 BAC pull I   'JT[{/ ".,rr, thanks to Rev. Collier and [ Ji#|nn N-.- L--I-e J--'" v ts -.=,.llnl new flOllgg !tumble bug; JD 4-row planter; IHC 2-bottom plow; 2 I./.  .,..d-...  Rev. Swartzfor their isi , r IgKV'lllln9 nt y  prayers and words of encour- r elt|m m,--%-!---- J,|lul (/ I I tanks for feeders; Burch 8-ft. wheel disc; milk cooler, I .. i/"L_ _ agement and to the American k IUIlIIUII arrlVllllg UIIIIlyi   {, t.iS and compressors.  F,t')'F r,/x-f' / Legion for the use of the  " | i .'ges and wedges; post driver; IHC electric milk separator; I / /W  hospital bed. Also to those GO Wildcats. We're aulli'00a for rout l arns; several fencers; gas brooder; railroad jack; wire I   --'"b . who helped get the oxygen L ........... -- " "----- tanks and controls in working r _ ,, -- "ers; grindstone; forge; ropes; saws; lard press; good I    -  order. Your kindnesswill long P  /P ,-- 7-- . '___ . ;inner bell; elec. cords and heat bulbs; chick feeders: -   be remembered. May God  #,--'-" f' ',- tools; tons of iron; barrels for feed and trash; AC pull l  // fl_.. . bless all of you. b w 'he; 2 AC combines for parts; collars & harness; 6 square I  F///'f  ClydeM. Thompson I ..... . CANTON&A BjLL 2 ..... .. alv. tin; assorted size lumber; silaoe fork; Dower-lawn I  -- - - "="-  , ' I; bundles of rubber shingles; 4 balertwine for AC baler; I . ..... . .. " "" """ Re t ns; 1946 Chevrolet 1V2 ton truck, runs good; 1949 ;/. ;)TClrTlng Novemller 13, IY/  -elec ur car, good body; 1940 Chevrolet car; several electric I /. ' =at ,= a.m / 'V' Ch.v, m,.. , 'W plUS l t00IUD '" FURNITORE&MISCELLANEOUS .0o- - t, ofll;ressmafl ,ie I . pay 47 weeks '/, antique bed and dresser, over 100 yrs. old; striking n  an" w ....... .ck; old rockers; davenport, antique; 8 & 10 gal. stone I  a pay me atnn one. =Kdresser; square extension table & 4 chairs; apt. size ,== Weekly povmon$ ere 0= ,..,, ....  Harold L. . & dryer; oval library table; twin beds, complete; I  " _-" _ ""'"--'"  /k' ; swivel desk chair; wood heating stove; medicine u,/. $0 _ $1.m an = ./ ,r "!" " VOLKMER ," etrigerator, good; dinner bell; electric churn; electric I  rn freezer; pieces of marble; Maytag washing machine ! " $S  nl $1/11 /11/11 ,; canning jars; 3-wheel bicycle; reversible Olson rug, I .. ovv umuu mvovv lots of miscellaneous items, 50 years accumulation I  I=,___  , =,r .  ,A CASH s..o.cd bookc=,,. Sell by number I r arrears ac Merctmnts Democrat --- 9th District ,-d Not responsible for accidents I  D___ ]L z. r i-, ,,.. . .... . "an'yt00at'range i m mrs. a. n. nornngTon ...... Volkmer Works For You... ashL,urn, Auct. F.L. Washburn, Clerk& cashier !/.   And He Has A Record To Prove It m BB m 1 i naB i l i m 1 a .,, ,o, by Voikrlrr for Congress Comm,ttee. Harry J. Mitchell. Chairman. Box 991. Hannibal. Mo,