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BY MRS. CECIL MC FADDEN Entertains at carry - in dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Larrie E. Dunn and Cathy of Rochester, Ill. were Sunday visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Other guests for a carry-in dinner were Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David, Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael McFadden and Heath, Mrs. Verna Pearl and Lisa Pearl. The birthdays of Mrs. Cecil McFadden, Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Pearl were celebrated. Mrs. Alvin Geromni of Brunswick spent the weekend with her sister, Roxie Hart. Sunday, they visited Mr. and Mrs, Johnie Anderson and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and children of Wentzville, in honor of Johnie Anderson's 76th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. ROy Thirty- acre and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glasgow visited with Mrs. Thirtyacre's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hustead at Sronghurst, Ill. Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Barbara Hansford of London, England visited last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hamilton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Johnson visited at the LaBelle :Manor Sunday afternoon and called on Mr. and Mrs. Austin Clapp and Miss Bertie Frame. Mrs. Robert Lanham and Mrs. Kenneth Gregory of Kirksville visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Beulah Ayres of Kansas City is visited her father, Clay Marks at the LaBelle Manor, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Munzlinger in Monti- cello. Mrs. Tom Srednik of Santa Cruz, Calif. is visiting her r.eots, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wagner and other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. Michael Brandenburger and Jill of Roodhuue, Ill. spent Friday evening and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burke and Jamie. Other Friday evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burke of Dumas, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Doug Burke and Hurley Burke. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monti- cello Methodist Church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at II a.m. Catherine Fitzgerald and Thomas Hogan of Massa- chutts visited last week in the home of their sister gnd brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haugg. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Balmer of Columbus, Nebr. visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monti- cello Methodist Church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at II a.m. Genevieve Wood returnea last Thursday after a four-day visit to Warrensburg, where she was a guest of Mrs. Ross Farley. O.E.S. Smogasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Williamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Virginia Steinbeck of Mt. Sterling visited in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Steinbeck and daughters, Sunday, and attended the Culver-Stockton concert. Miss Lou Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Rogers of Mexico and grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Zahn and Mrs. Cleve Rogers was installed as Worthy Advisor of the Order of Rainbow for Girls in Mexico on Sunday, Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Matson of Northern Minnesota visited a few days recently with her mother, Mrs. Opal Johnson. They were enroute home from a motor trip through several states. Thefts, vandalism are reported to Canton police A billfold belonging to RUn Canton Police his car was Beeding, a railroad worker living at the Canton Motel was reported lost on Oct. 16. Police report the billfold contained $300 in cash and credit cards. Guy ,Cooper, 600 Grant St., Canton, reported vandals broke a window in a front door at his residence. The incident occurred sometime between 5 a.m. on Oct. 11 and 5 p.m. Oct. 14. The window was valued at $15. Jenni Garnett of the Sigma Kappa sorority house at Culver-Stockton reported mi- nor vandalism to her car while it was parked outside the sorority house on Oct. 19. Donald Wolf, South 4th Street, reported attempted vandalism to his residence on Oct. 21. A large steel spike mounted on a base was found in his driveway. Theodore M. Jones of 711 N. 6th St. Canton, reported to the struck by an unknown vehicle while parked at his residence. The incident occurred some- time between 10 a.m. Oct. 21 and 1 p.m. Oct. 22. Ida M. Franks of RR 2 Canton reported to Canton Police that her car was struck by an unknown vehicle while it was parked near the inter- section of 4th and Clark Streets in Canton on the evening of Oct. 19. Henson Harris, 1000 College St., reported two pieces of furniture was taken from his porch the evening of Oct. 21. Police estimate the value of the furniture at $75. Mrs. Dorcas Mohr honored by Delta Kappa Gamma Thirty-nine members of Delta Kappa Gamma met at Mt. Zion Methodist Church near Palmyra on Thursday evening for a dinner meeting. Following the meal, the program began with a short historical play in which the dream of two women teachers was dramatized as leading to the founding of the interna- tional honorary organization for women educators of Delta Kappa Gamma. Special music hymns written by blind mu- sician Fannie Crosby, com- pleted the program. Following the r President Ruth Kespohl of Palmyra led the business meeting. Several members were honored as they received charms marking their retire- ment from the teaching field. Among those who received charms was Mrs. Dorcas Mohr of Canton who retired from the Canton R-V system this past spring. Other area members attend- ing the meeting were Mrs. Florence Legg of Monticello and Mrs. Cleta Mac Van Tress of Canton. R.V 'Learning for Life' workshop held Friday Canton R-V staff members had the opportunity to learn more about the concept of career education, or "Learn- ing for Life" during the afternoon workshops held last Friday. Elementary team leaders Marjorie Tower and Betty Rathbun led the meeting for K-6 teachers, acquainting the staff with materials available in the newly established "Career Corner" for elemen- tary students as well as materials and activities that are teacher oriented for classroom use. Team mem- bers Ann Parker, Brenda Krueger and John Cary assisted. The 7-12 workshop was led by Margaret Gladbach and Bob Foster, assisted by Margaret Goderstad, Jim Rusk and Jim Ulry. Opening remarks were made by pro- ject director, Christine Craw- ford. Steven Cloud is graduate of aviation course Nav Z Ensign Steven M. Cloud, whose wife, Connie, is the daughter of Joseph D. and Pauline Wood of Canton, was um.aa-mEwm#F graduated from the Navy's Aviation Indoctrination COu   Course (AIC). During the four-week course at the Naval Air Station, CANTON. MO. Pensacola, Fla., trainees THURSDAY. OCT. 26. 1978 studied basic aerodynamics, aviation physiology and en- The careers resource center for junior high and senior high students is located in the library and contains materials for student investigation and exploration of numerous ca- reer and occupational fields. The Can & Will Booster Club recently voted tO provide a needed filmstrip previewer and a cassette player for student use in the career resource center. Canton R-V has received a grant award for a second year and is building a program to acquaint the students with not only the variety of careers and occupations that are open to them and the training required respectively, but also is seeking to acquaint the students with the roles they may be fulfilling in the future. In addition, the program seeks to facilitate understand- ing by the student of his or her own personal characteris- tics and strengths, and to help the student in understanding the importance of planning and decision making during their entire lives. Basic EMT classes to be held in area Basic EMT classes will be held at Kahoka in Clark County beginning Nov. 8 and at Edina in Knox County on Nov. 9. Classes will begin at 7 p.m. both places. At Zdina the EMT classes will be at the nursing home. If interested in Canton State Bank has a free gift for you! an 8xXO natural color portrait of you or your family' This lovely portrait of your entire family will be taken at our offices by professional photograpfiers... And. like a savings account, this beautiful portrait willgrow more valuable to you as the years go by! All you do for your free portrait is call us and make an appointment for your portrait sitting. These sittings may be arranged for evenings and weekends, so Dad can be there! This is our gift to you. You need not be a customer m you do not have to open an account or make a deposit. Within 30 days, you will be able to return and take your choice of several poses for your free portrait. At this time, you may purchase additional portraits at special low prices--but you are under no obligation to do so. Call today and take advantage of this free portrait offer.., it's just our way of saying thank you to our customers and the community we serve. One free portrait per family, please. Canton State Bank Eagleton visit Dr. Robert Brown, left, president of College, and Mrs. Brown visit with Senate" Eagleton during a visit by Eagleton and Harold Volkmer Tuesday morning, to talk and faculty. Eagleton says Mid-Mo. mail facility More than a year after the Postal Service opened its new Mid-Missouri General Mail facility, postal service in the area remains inferior, accord- ing to a survey by Senator Thomas F. Eagleton (D-Mo.). Eagleton announced the results of his survey at a news conference in Columbia. The survey measured the Annual meeting of Canton MFA Oil Co. Nov. 1 The 1978 annual meeting of the Canton MFA Oil Company bulk plant has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at the American Legion Hall in Canton, accord- ing to Noel W. St. Clair, local bulk plant manager. Activities at this year's meeting will include: light supper, meeting, movie and door prizes. "Fifty Years On The Road", a slide presenta- tion tracing MFA Oil Com- pany's 50-year business his- tory, will be shown as part of the entertainment. ...... According to St. Clair, the meeting chairman will be Richard Moore. Mid-Missouri facility's first- class mail performance against the Postal Service's own standards for timely mail delivery. The survey found that 73 per cent of the mail sent to and from addresses in the Columbia-Jefferson City sectional area is being deliv- ered on-time. Only 60 per cent of the mail sent to addresses within 600 miles of Columbia is arriving on-time, and only 51 per cent of the letters going more than 600 miles arrives on-time: For comparison purposes, Eagleton made an identical survey of the Springfield sectional center. The Spring- field facility recorded an 84 per cent on-time delivery rate for mail within the sectional area, 89 per cent on -time within 600 miles, but only 37 per cent beyond 600 miles. The Postal Service promises one-day (overnight) delivery of mail within a sectional area, two-day delivery within 600 miles and three-day delivery beyond 600 miles. "My survey reaffirms the inescapable conclusion that the Mid-Missouri General Mail Facility just isn't work- ing," Eagleton said. "The Postal Service facility with a improved serviCe. facility service in nose dive, an( recovered." . Eagleton noted Service officials ted to "start u which ham "When a this is more than excuses like blems' and out' just don't more," Ea Postal Service than enough fix nate its bugs souri facility. look elsewhere of the In a report General Accot noted similar Mid-Missouri Facility. At noted and planning the new facility. for mail at the neW projected tions of as were nowhere to commented. gineering. They also studied the Clark County classes, call land and sea survival techni- Jerry Parrish, Clark County ques and participated in an ambulance, for the definite families are welcome, wheth- I extensive physical fitness cur- place. i riculum. Several people have ex- er or not they are members of MFA Oil Company, and each I AIC is the first step in the pressed desire for the training family in attendance will Adm ion:  for this special Naval flight training program and perhaps some can get a receive a gift. learn to e at on as a car00 a**e n00al la J h: naval aviator. Classes will be taught by the Show Time 7:00 T rs. & 7:30 A 976 graduate of Iowa ainers from Scotland Court CANTON SENIOR State University, Ames, Ia., ty. These are the people who . ! with a bachelor of science taught a very successful degree, he joined the Navy in course at Monticello this CENTER NEWS i IS the May, 1978. summer. Exercise classes are held on j ('''''''"',j- Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. I Nutrition meals are served I Monday through Friday. Call I Betty Shuman 3498, Sidney WHite 4443, or the Center Butter Ripple or Reg. *l 'l Fudge Ripple Gal Ice Cream...3 for *339. . SllS Made with pure whipping cream Frozen Qt. Fruit Salad... Reg. ,3os . $2" -- Following In Store Only -- Grade A Large Dozen Eggs............... 62 Grade A Medium Dozer Eggs............... 59 c 3 for *1 s DETER'S DAIRY HOURS 4:00 to 10:00p.m. Sundays A short business meeting andbe foltowedelectin byf delegateSthe awardingWill [ . Canton Theatre of door prizes. All farm | 3633 for reservations. Coming Events: I OCt. 27, Carry-in dinner, 6, I and cards ! Oct. 30, ceramics, 8-4. | I Film from CBS 60 Minutes is available FOR 5 BIG DAYS Thursday thru Mond I I . STARTS TONIGHT ' John Travolta. New1 ! In an effort to better inform the citizens of Missouri on the Right To Work issue, the Freedom to Work Committee has announced it has speakers and a film available for use by civic clubs and organiza- tions in Lewis County and across the state. The film, entitled "Labor Unions: A Question of Vio- lence," is a segment from the CBS program "60 Minutes." The factual film taken in the Philadelphia area is a graphic example of the militancy of a building trades council in its efforts to intimidate a building .. contractor employing non- I union workers. I While investigating the question: "Who beat up Leon Altemose?" reporter Mike | Wallace uncovers repeated | instances of violence against | Altemose, a building contract- | or and others in the area @h I employ non-union construction | workers. Altemose maintains that he is merely trying to | exercise a basic human right | -- the right of the individual I worker to decide for himself | whether or not to join a labor | organization. Persons interested in view- | ing the film or having a | speaker should contact Carol | Spence (314) 636-3177. BY MRS. CECIL MC FADDEN Entertains at carry - in dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Larrie E. Dunn and Cathy of Rochester, Ill. were Sunday visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Other guests for a carry-in dinner were Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David, Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael McFadden and Heath, Mrs. Verna Pearl and Lisa Pearl. The birthdays of Mrs. Cecil McFadden, Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Pearl were celebrated. Mrs. Alvin Geromni of Brunswick spent the weekend with her sister, Roxie Hart. Sunday, they visited Mr. and Mrs, Johnie Anderson and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and children of Wentzville, in honor of Johnie Anderson's 76th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. ROy Thirty- acre and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glasgow visited with Mrs. Thirtyacre's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hustead at Sronghurst, Ill. Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Barbara Hansford of London, England visited last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hamilton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Johnson visited at the LaBelle :Manor Sunday afternoon and called on Mr. and Mrs. Austin Clapp and Miss Bertie Frame. Mrs. Robert Lanham and Mrs. Kenneth Gregory of Kirksville visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Beulah Ayres of Kansas City is visited her father, Clay Marks at the LaBelle Manor, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Munzlinger in Monti- cello. Mrs. Tom Srednik of Santa Cruz, Calif. is visiting her r.eots, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wagner and other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. Michael Brandenburger and Jill of Roodhuue, Ill. spent Friday evening and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burke and Jamie. Other Friday evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burke of Dumas, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Doug Burke and Hurley Burke. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monti- cello Methodist Church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at II a.m. Catherine Fitzgerald and Thomas Hogan of Massa- chutts visited last week in the home of their sister gnd brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haugg. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Balmer of Columbus, Nebr. visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monti- cello Methodist Church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at II a.m. Genevieve Wood returnea last Thursday after a four-day visit to Warrensburg, where she was a guest of Mrs. Ross Farley. O.E.S. Smogasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Williamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Virginia Steinbeck of Mt. Sterling visited in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Steinbeck and daughters, Sunday, and attended the Culver-Stockton concert. Miss Lou Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Rogers of Mexico and grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Zahn and Mrs. Cleve Rogers was installed as Worthy Advisor of the Order of Rainbow for Girls in Mexico on Sunday, Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Matson of Northern Minnesota visited a few days recently with her mother, Mrs. Opal Johnson. They were enroute home from a motor trip through several states. Thefts, vandalism are reported to Canton police A billfold belonging to RUn Canton Police his car was Beeding, a railroad worker living at the Canton Motel was reported lost on Oct. 16. Police report the billfold contained $300 in cash and credit cards. Guy ,Cooper, 600 Grant St., Canton, reported vandals broke a window in a front door at his residence. The incident occurred sometime between 5 a.m. on Oct. 11 and 5 p.m. Oct. 14. The window was valued at $15. Jenni Garnett of the Sigma Kappa sorority house at Culver-Stockton reported mi- nor vandalism to her car while it was parked outside the sorority house on Oct. 19. Donald Wolf, South 4th Street, reported attempted vandalism to his residence on Oct. 21. A large steel spike mounted on a base was found in his driveway. Theodore M. Jones of 711 N. 6th St. Canton, reported to the struck by an unknown vehicle while parked at his residence. The incident occurred some- time between 10 a.m. Oct. 21 and 1 p.m. Oct. 22. Ida M. Franks of RR 2 Canton reported to Canton Police that her car was struck by an unknown vehicle while it was parked near the inter- section of 4th and Clark Streets in Canton on the evening of Oct. 19. Henson Harris, 1000 College St., reported two pieces of furniture was taken from his porch the evening of Oct. 21. Police estimate the value of the furniture at $75. Mrs. Dorcas Mohr honored by Delta Kappa Gamma Thirty-nine members of Delta Kappa Gamma met at Mt. Zion Methodist Church near Palmyra on Thursday evening for a dinner meeting. Following the meal, the program began with a short historical play in which the dream of two women teachers was dramatized as leading to the founding of the interna- tional honorary organization for women educators of Delta Kappa Gamma. Special music hymns written by blind mu- sician Fannie Crosby, com- pleted the program. Following the r President Ruth Kespohl of Palmyra led the business meeting. Several members were honored as they received charms marking their retire- ment from the teaching field. Among those who received charms was Mrs. Dorcas Mohr of Canton who retired from the Canton R-V system this past spring. Other area members attend- ing the meeting were Mrs. Florence Legg of Monticello and Mrs. Cleta Mac Van Tress of Canton. R.V 'Learning for Life' workshop held Friday Canton R-V staff members had the opportunity to learn more about the concept of career education, or "Learn- ing for Life" during the afternoon workshops held last Friday. Elementary team leaders Marjorie Tower and Betty Rathbun led the meeting for K-6 teachers, acquainting the staff with materials available in the newly established "Career Corner" for elemen- tary students as well as materials and activities that are teacher oriented for classroom use. Team mem- bers Ann Parker, Brenda Krueger and John Cary assisted. The 7-12 workshop was led by Margaret Gladbach and Bob Foster, assisted by Margaret Goderstad, Jim Rusk and Jim Ulry. Opening remarks were made by pro- ject director, Christine Craw- ford. Steven Cloud is graduate of aviation course Nav Z Ensign Steven M. Cloud, whose wife, Connie, is the daughter of Joseph D. and Pauline Wood of Canton, was um.aa-mEwm#F graduated from the Navy's Aviation Indoctrination COu   Course (AIC). During the four-week course at the Naval Air Station, CANTON. MO. Pensacola, Fla., trainees THURSDAY. OCT. 26. 1978 studied basic aerodynamics, aviation physiology and en- The careers resource center for junior high and senior high students is located in the library and contains materials for student investigation and exploration of numerous ca- reer and occupational fields. The Can & Will Booster Club recently voted tO provide a needed filmstrip previewer and a cassette player for student use in the career resource center. Canton R-V has received a grant award for a second year and is building a program to acquaint the students with not only the variety of careers and occupations that are open to them and the training required respectively, but also is seeking to acquaint the students with the roles they may be fulfilling in the future. In addition, the program seeks to facilitate understand- ing by the student of his or her own personal characteris- tics and strengths, and to help the student in understanding the importance of planning and decision making during their entire lives. Basic EMT classes to be held in area Basic EMT classes will be held at Kahoka in Clark County beginning Nov. 8 and at Edina in Knox County on Nov. 9. Classes will begin at 7 p.m. both places. At Zdina the EMT classes will be at the nursing home. If interested in Canton State Bank has a free gift for you! an 8xXO natural color portrait of you or your family' This lovely portrait of your entire family will be taken at our offices by professional photograpfiers... And. like a savings account, this beautiful portrait willgrow more valuable to you as the years go by! All you do for your free portrait is call us and make an appointment for your portrait sitting. These sittings may be arranged for evenings and weekends, so Dad can be there! This is our gift to you. You need not be a customer m you do not have to open an account or make a deposit. Within 30 days, you will be able to return and take your choice of several poses for your free portrait. At this time, you may purchase additional portraits at special low prices--but you are under no obligation to do so. Call today and take advantage of this free portrait offer.., it's just our way of saying thank you to our customers and the community we serve. One free portrait per family, please. Canton State Bank Eagleton visit Dr. Robert Brown, left, president of College, and Mrs. Brown visit with Senate" Eagleton during a visit by Eagleton and Harold Volkmer Tuesday morning, to talk and faculty. Eagleton says Mid-Mo. mail facility More than a year after the Postal Service opened its new Mid-Missouri General Mail facility, postal service in the area remains inferior, accord- ing to a survey by Senator Thomas F. Eagleton (D-Mo.). Eagleton announced the results of his survey at a news conference in Columbia. The survey measured the Annual meeting of Canton MFA Oil Co. Nov. 1 The 1978 annual meeting of the Canton MFA Oil Company bulk plant has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at the American Legion Hall in Canton, accord- ing to Noel W. St. Clair, local bulk plant manager. Activities at this year's meeting will include: light supper, meeting, movie and door prizes. "Fifty Years On The Road", a slide presenta- tion tracing MFA Oil Com- pany's 50-year business his- tory, will be shown as part of the entertainment. ...... According to St. Clair, the meeting chairman will be Richard Moore. Mid-Missouri facility's first- class mail performance against the Postal Service's own standards for timely mail delivery. The survey found that 73 per cent of the mail sent to and from addresses in the Columbia-Jefferson City sectional area is being deliv- ered on-time. Only 60 per cent of the mail sent to addresses within 600 miles of Columbia is arriving on-time, and only 51 per cent of the letters going more than 600 miles arrives on-time: For comparison purposes, Eagleton made an identical survey of the Springfield sectional center. The Spring- field facility recorded an 84 per cent on-time delivery rate for mail within the sectional area, 89 per cent on -time within 600 miles, but only 37 per cent beyond 600 miles. The Postal Service promises one-day (overnight) delivery of mail within a sectional area, two-day delivery within 600 miles and three-day delivery beyond 600 miles. "My survey reaffirms the inescapable conclusion that the Mid-Missouri General Mail Facility just isn't work- ing," Eagleton said. "The Postal Service facility with a improved serviCe. facility service in nose dive, an( recovered." . Eagleton noted Service officials ted to "start u which ham "When a this is more than excuses like blems' and out' just don't more," Ea Postal Service than enough fix nate its bugs souri facility. look elsewhere of the In a report General Accot noted similar Mid-Missouri Facility. At noted and planning the new facility. for mail at the neW projected tions of as were nowhere to commented. gineering. They also studied the Clark County classes, call land and sea survival techni- Jerry Parrish, Clark County ques and participated in an ambulance, for the definite families are welcome, wheth- I extensive physical fitness cur- place. i riculum. Several people have ex- er or not they are members of MFA Oil Company, and each I AIC is the first step in the pressed desire for the training family in attendance will Adm ion:  for this special Naval flight training program and perhaps some can get a receive a gift. learn to e at on as a car00 a**e n00al la J h: naval aviator. Classes will be taught by the Show Time 7:00 T rs. & 7:30 A 976 graduate of Iowa ainers from Scotland Court CANTON SENIOR State University, Ames, Ia., ty. These are the people who . ! with a bachelor of science taught a very successful degree, he joined the Navy in course at Monticello this CENTER NEWS i IS the May, 1978. summer. Exercise classes are held on j ('''''''"',j- Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. I Nutrition meals are served I Monday through Friday. Call I Betty Shuman 3498, Sidney WHite 4443, or the Center Butter Ripple or Reg. *l 'l Fudge Ripple Gal Ice Cream...3 for *339. . SllS Made with pure whipping cream Frozen Qt. Fruit Salad... Reg. ,3os . $2" -- Following In Store Only -- Grade A Large Dozen Eggs............... 62 Grade A Medium Dozer Eggs............... 59 c 3 for *1 s DETER'S DAIRY HOURS 4:00 to 10:00p.m. Sundays A short business meeting andbe foltowedelectin byf delegateSthe awardingWill [ . Canton Theatre of door prizes. All farm | 3633 for reservations. Coming Events: I OCt. 27, Carry-in dinner, 6, I and cards ! Oct. 30, ceramics, 8-4. | I Film from CBS 60 Minutes is available FOR 5 BIG DAYS Thursday thru Mond I I . STARTS TONIGHT ' John Travolta. New1 ! In an effort to better inform the citizens of Missouri on the Right To Work issue, the Freedom to Work Committee has announced it has speakers and a film available for use by civic clubs and organiza- tions in Lewis County and across the state. The film, entitled "Labor Unions: A Question of Vio- lence," is a segment from the CBS program "60 Minutes." The factual film taken in the Philadelphia area is a graphic example of the militancy of a building trades council in its efforts to intimidate a building .. contractor employing non- I union workers. I While investigating the question: "Who beat up Leon Altemose?" reporter Mike | Wallace uncovers repeated | instances of violence against | Altemose, a building contract- | or and others in the area @h I employ non-union construction | workers. Altemose maintains that he is merely trying to | exercise a basic human right | -- the right of the individual I worker to decide for himself | whether or not to join a labor | organization. Persons interested in view- | ing the film or having a | speaker should contact Carol | Spence (314) 636-3177.