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Past presidents of Cnnton BPW hold meeting Fifteen past presidents of Canton Business and Profes- sional Women's Club met for dinner at the Gladys Crown Student Center Oct. 17 as an annual observance of National Business Women's Week, Oct. 15-21. Those attending and the year each served as president is as follows: Martha Taylor, 1952-53; Nellie Stone, 1955-56; Mabel McClain, 1956-57; Lor- ene Clark, 1957-58; Jean Frye, 1960-61; Lucille Quinn, 1961-62; Dorothy Schaffer, 1963-64; Ethel Lloyd, 1965-66; Lucille Gorrell, 1966-67; Margaret Richards, 1967-68; Jessie Day, 1970-71; Linda Prather, 1972- 73; Ruby Janney, 1974-75; Hazel Huston, 1976-77; Pauline Gorrell, 1977-78. Communications were read from Frances DeLaney, Kath- erine Motley dand Pauline Doyle. The group will send a plant to Helen Collins, who is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy and was unable to attend. Co. Republican Annual Durham Halloween Comm. to party set for Saturday Candidate day The Durham Community too. The Lewis County Republi- Center is sponsoring its The eats are free and can Central Committee has annual Halloween Party, Sat- visitors can drink some of the announced plans for a "Cand- idate Day" on Saturday, Oct. 28 at the American Legion Hall in Canton. Bill Schwanke, Republican candidate for state senator; Hazel Bledsoe, Republican candidate for state represent- ative; Jerry Dent, Republican candidate for congressman; will be present. Everyone is invited to stop in and have free coffee and cookies while visiting with the candidates. Shower held for Announce wedding plans Debra Murphy High School. Both are 1978 graduates of Northeast Mis- souri State University in Kirksville. She is employed at Kelling Hospital Pharmacy of Waverly, Mo., and he is employed with Thurlo Con- struction of Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stambaugh of Lewistown are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Mary, of Carrollton, to Russell J. Hill, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hill, Sr., of Carrollton. Miss Stambaugh is a 1974 graduate of Highland high school, Ewing. Mr. Hill is a 1974 graduate of Carrollton A spring wedding is being planned. Local members of White in LaGrange Twenty-six relatives and friends honored Mrs. Debra Murphy of Jacksonville, Ill. at a post-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22, at the LaGrange American Legion Hall. Hostesses were the groom's aunts and cousins, Mrs. Marge Engel, Augusta, Ill.; Mrs. Beverly Anderson, O'- Fallon; Mrs. Beverly Platt, Quincy; Miss Patsy Leeser, Montgomery City ; Mrs. Nancy Ellison and Mrs. Betty Leeser. Games were played and Shrine attend official visit District No. 34, Order of the ated during the ceremonial. urday, Oct. 28, starting at 6 p.m. at the Community Cen- ter. Everyone in Durham and the surrounding area is in- vited to attend. It's for everyone - old, young, or in- between. Dress up in costume because there will be lots of prizes and also lots of games. There will be a pumpkin contest so decorate or carve a pumpkin and bring him along LuAnne Zahn celebrates 8th birthday Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Zahn of Canton entertained at a party Saturday afternoon, Oct. 21, honoring the 8th birthday of their daughter, LuAnne. As: sisting were Tracy and Robbie Zahn and Jimmy Christner. The Halloween theme was used in the decorations. Games were played, and refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and Hal- loween treats were served. Guests were Beth Ann Gnus, Michelle and Melissa Schuetz, Center's famous witches brew and if they are really brave they can go on the ghost walk. The party is paid for by the community center. Esterhazy Quartet to present concert The Esterhazy Quartet, a musical ensemble from the University of Missouri at Columbia, will present a concert beginning at 1:10 p.m. Tuesday in Alexander Camp- bell Auditorium. The quartet was established in 1960 at MU to enhance the cultural opportunities in the state and has performed throughout the United States and South America. A workshop for persons interested in playing string instruments will be held for Culver-Stockton music stu- dents after the concert. The concert, sponsored by the Culver-Stockton division of fine arts, is open to the public. YOU GIET MOIl NlWS IN 1HI Nancy Williams, Allison Wood, Linda Coates, Cindy l,lma- Ludwig and Shawn Flanagan of LaBelle. , -_- - -_- - = - - - ------ MR. AND MRS. PAUL M. KELLER pjmLFO.NEjpIp f White Shrine of Jerusalem Each shrine presented honor- prizes were awarded to Mrs.  BB mm mm  IB q " Q " cy O (,.-7 -L';j -- L was host to the official visit ary memberships to the Irene Solter, Mrs. Janet / The Can & Will Booster Club | m um Cte 1 4 and inspection of the Supreme supreme worthy high pries- SoRer, Mrs. Joyce Solter and Worthy High Priestess, So- tress and supreme watchman Mrs. Mice Robison. 1 iS having it s annual _ e Darlene Porter cousin of the bridegroom, journer Velma Joy Burnie, of shepherds. After Mrs. Murphy opened m a and Paul Matt- served as best man. Grooms- CANTON MO. Tuesday evening, Sept. 26, at Members attending from her gifts, refreshments were C ft Sh I the Masonic Temple in Hanni- Canton were Mrs. Melvin served from a table decorated ra ow & Bazaar Of rural Quincy men were Frank Chatten and TIIURSDAY. OCT. 26. 1978 bal. ting vows at 7 Steve Robertson of Quincy Saucier, Mrs. James Carty, in fall colors featuring a Oct. 14, in the and Greg neindselman of p.m. to midnight with the A carry-in buffet meal Mrs. John Rudicil, Mr. and basket of mums. I SATURDAY church LaGrange, cousin of the bride- Missouri Band playing, preceded the meeting. Mrs. William Baxter, Mr. and Miss Debra Pagget and • NOVEMBER 4 m Rev. George The couple will be at home Other distinguished guests Mrs. Don Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E, Murphy were Lewistown offici- at Route 2, Quincy, in were Sojourner Charles Mack- Raymond Clark, Mrs. John married Sept. 25 in Jackson- I in the flew gym o} the double ring November, after a trip to ey, past supreme watchman Frieden, Miss Carolyn DaB- I .J Hawaii. of shepherds, Sojourner Edna bach and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. andMrs. Edward Murphy Canton High $’hool. 9:30- 5:30 William Cary. L, BB mm  mm couple are W. Z. (Bill) and Mr. Keller of Was decorated candelabra and of fall lamps Kenady of organist. Heindselman of of the bride- David Porter of brother of the soloists. Miss of La- Miss Marsha Quincy. cousins were at the Seals of Lewis- of honor and of Iowa maid of honor. Relier of Quincy, bridegroom, was and Mrs. Dale sister-in- was brides- Cammi Bugh of L, cousin of the Mary Kay were of Quincy, groom. The bride, given in marri- age by her parents, wore a floor length white gown, designed by Queen Fit. It had a high neck with a sheer bodice, featuring a cameo insert with silk schiffli em- broidery. Fan shaped venise lace appliques decorated the bodice, waist and sleeves. The full skirt was accented with venise lace appliques and the chapel train featured a flounc- ed hem with fan shaped venise trim. The fingertip length veil and blusher of imported bridal illusion was attached to a camelot style headpiece decorated with silk venise lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of Wood- burn Abbey roses and white stephanotis. The attendants were all dressed alike in chiffon over satin coral, brown and beige flowered dresses and each carried a single coral-colored" long-stemmed rose. The couple left the church and rode to the reception in a horse-drawn carriage, driven by the groom. The "Cadillac" carriage was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Mac McKenley of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs." Larry Talken of Quincy provided the horse. The reception was held at Cedar Crest Country Club from 8 The bride is a graduate of Lewis County C-1 Schools and Gem City College. She is employed as a medical secre- tary by the Physicians and Surgeons Clinic. The groom is a graduate of Quincy Senior High School and is engaged in farming. He is also owner and operator of Keller Bulldozing Service of Qumy ........... Several attend Third District convention The Third District of Mis- souri Federation of Women's Clubs 105th Convention was held Saturday, Oct. 14, in Brunswick. Hostess clubs were IIOOFF Study Club of Salisbury and the Worthwhile Study Club of Brunswich. Mrs. James W. Catty, president of Third District, presided during the morning and afternoon sessions. The convention theme was "Com- mitment -- With Love." Mrs. Gordon Kutscher, presi- ident of MFWC, gave the morning address. A luncheon was served by the Lutheran Ladies in the parish hall. Speakers in the afternoon Milligan, supreme hand maid, Sojourner Jean E. Yio, su- preme organist, and Sojourner Charles W. Yetter, supreme trustee. Golden Rule Shrine No. 32 of Canton gave the opening, and instructions, Gethsemane Shrine No. 6, Hannibal, the Ceremonial, and Miriam Shrine No. 3 of Quincy the closing. Five candidates were initi- Announce engagement of daughter Mrs. A. B. Chamberlain is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Daisy Lee Chamberlain to Jon Brent Palmer of Quincy on Satur- day, Nov. 4. Miss Chamberlain has been employed at the Mercantile Bank of Quincy for 15 years. The couple will reside in Quincy. ville. The groom is the son of of Jacksonville. I J,, , i,,N[ KRAFT'S CREAMY LARGE 14 OZ. PKG. CARAMELS 69' • • • • . • • CHOICE QUALITY PURE 12 OZ. JAR HONEY 79' • • • • • • . . • • ALL FLAVORS 3 PKGS. JELL O 69 c n . . . . . . . • • OIL OR MUSTARD 3 CANS SARDINES 89 € • • • • • . • • HUNT'S RICH PURE Tomato Catsup TALL CHOICE POUND OLEO.... 45 c Area Planned Don't Forget Halloween Parenthood rep. We Have A Ntce AIs't. Of Choice Candies For i! r [I i ii i J ,, , ,,, J , ,,, , ;  FRESH FROZEN 2 CANS ORANGE JUICE..... 69' MRS. REAMES - FROZEN PKG. EGG NOODLES..... 39' BANQUET MINCE OR EACH PUMPKIN PIES.... 59 € CHICKEN-TURKEY-STEAK LEE. SIZE BANQUET DINNERS .. 59 € DEL MONTE -- PURE LARGE 46 OZ. CANS TOMATO JUICE..... 59 DEL MONTE  FANCY QUALITY 2 NO. 303 CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL.... 89' DEL MONTE  CHOICE PACK NO. 303 CANS PUMPKIN . . . . .....29 c I DEL MONTE HEALTHFUL MUSSELMAN'S NEW PACK Fancy Spinach APPLE SAUCE "IT WHIPS" MILNOT i1 I I II IIIII Pl L LSBURY'S CAN BiScU|ti'; ; 23 €i III i VAN CAMP'S FINEST PORK & BEANS IN TOMATO SAUCE 3 .o 89' TALL CANS CAMPBELL'S - FINE Mushroom Soup .... 3 69 c I "VISTA-PAK" CRISP FRESH CRACKERS ,00o,o 49 € FANCY 12 OZ. PKG. RICE 27 € • • • • • FINE QUALITY TENDER CUT GREEN BEANS , " were Mrs. Harold Homan, 2nd at meeting A,, The Liffle Ghosts & 2 .o 69 Goblins. $0I  vice president of M.F.W.C.; GEoiDiN CORN 303 CANS Mrs. Douglas Thomason, jun- Betty Potts, Knox and Lewis H OR CREAM ior director of M.F.W.C.; Mrs. County outreach worker with Edwena O'Neal, Missouri Planned Parenthood of North- 2 NO. 69': H Girl's Town chairman; and east Missouri, recently par- e 303 CANS • OI r ),.:/,,OilO[ lld Mrs. Robert Mohr, district ticipated in a three day fall C.I.P. chairman, conference sponsored by the GET A LIFT WITH "NESTEA" LGE. 3 OZ. JAR Thespring meeting will be Missouri Family Planning INSTANT TEA • . . • . $179 ((  ,li hosted hy the Town and Health Councilat the Lake of ,e Country Club, M.F.W.C. of the Ozarks.  CenturyLeWist°Wn'Club,and theM.F.W.c.TWentiethof The theme of the conference REAL FINE GIOd)E was Expanding Roles in SLICED , Monticello. Family Planning. Workshops Members attending from included population educa- BACON Canton were Mrs. Carty, Mr. tion; human sexuality; infer- Carty, Mrs. James Galbraith, tility education; and contra- POUND 97 c --I Mrs. Guy Cooper and Mrs. ceptive update. .  Dana Flanagan. A film festival acquainted SELECT LEAN THE BEST GRADE SLICED BOLOGNA POUND 97': I NEW PACK DROMEDARY SEEDLESS 00oDATES PACKAGE $1.29 NO. 2 69' 3 .o ,-a, 303 CANS Vl QUART JAR CREAMY SMOOTH SALAD DRESSING....79' FOR CONFIDENCE EVERY TIME YOU BAKES LB. BAG I GOLD MEDAL FLOUR .. 89 € I ii SELECT RED 10 LB. BAG POTATOES • • • . • . . ""vv': CRISP SOLID LARGE HEADS LETTUCE. • • • . . . . 39 € SWEET YELLOW 3 LB. BAG IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII the parti,c.ipants with the $ 19 CHOICE NEW € Fine  -B newest auo,ovisual materi,ls PORK STEAKS..... 1 N - ONIONS • • • •.... 59 welt y  SUBSCRI in the field of family planning T avy ueans TODAY TO PNJ and sex education. THE FINEST ALL MEA 12 OZ. PKGS. " TASTY FRESH LARGE PKGS/ ,r HIM  li,,;:,,,__,,,,,,,, WIENERS...... 89' 2 7; ° 69 c CARROTS......  23': "" t RATH'S LEAN POUND MARTHA WHITE. KRAFT S FINE -'-: Haunted i PORK SAUSAGE.... POUND 89€ RE:L:E.:=:TY:)ALIVIUN CORNMIxBREAD "ASTY-LOAF"cHEESE .... .... . TENDER SELECT ,- *-=, " House  BEEF LIVER....... 69 -€ . T*LL ’,,, Sl., PKG 19 c 2 POuNOBox si" CH CHA ", OCTOBER 30 & REFERENCE. PRICES WILL BE FANCY ARRIVED AT GRANT'S  i " ( "  GOOD PLEAsEALL SAVE NEXT THISwEEK. AD FOR ! !ll ,ow. SUGAR OR POWOEeED 'TO K ELi/ll;K BiANS '"",,u.. "" "* r AWAY FOR CHRIsTMAS -   * "" qlLJ ' , (THROUGH NOVEMBER 4TIf) POUND PKG. 35 TALL CANS 33 I )UND PKG 69 € ,Ht wishes with a gift from Oront's."  7 to 10 P.M. /! ----€ NO" 300 € ' _ lewelry&Gi0000t 800WASHINGTON $.T. ,t/:'.' PHONE NO. II00)l,m ili00 11 I r)l00 S'E' CANTO N, /,flt, MO..,,..ATO____:,.,mo.m__House Price ,1oo_,==[ 288-3321 q LI  .  3 m' iFiih, :l MO. [] I Past presidents of Cnnton BPW hold meeting Fifteen past presidents of Canton Business and Profes- sional Women's Club met for dinner at the Gladys Crown Student Center Oct. 17 as an annual observance of National Business Women's Week, Oct. 15-21. Those attending and the year each served as president is as follows: Martha Taylor, 1952-53; Nellie Stone, 1955-56; Mabel McClain, 1956-57; Lor- ene Clark, 1957-58; Jean Frye, 1960-61; Lucille Quinn, 1961-62; Dorothy Schaffer, 1963-64; Ethel Lloyd, 1965-66; Lucille Gorrell, 1966-67; Margaret Richards, 1967-68; Jessie Day, 1970-71; Linda Prather, 1972- 73; Ruby Janney, 1974-75; Hazel Huston, 1976-77; Pauline Gorrell, 1977-78. Communications were read from Frances DeLaney, Kath- erine Motley dand Pauline Doyle. The group will send a plant to Helen Collins, who is a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy and was unable to attend. Co. Republican Annual Durham Halloween Comm. to party set for Saturday Candidate day The Durham Community too. The Lewis County Republi- Center is sponsoring its The eats are free and can Central Committee has annual Halloween Party, Sat- visitors can drink some of the announced plans for a "Cand- idate Day" on Saturday, Oct. 28 at the American Legion Hall in Canton. Bill Schwanke, Republican candidate for state senator; Hazel Bledsoe, Republican candidate for state represent- ative; Jerry Dent, Republican candidate for congressman; will be present. Everyone is invited to stop in and have free coffee and cookies while visiting with the candidates. Shower held for Announce wedding plans Debra Murphy High School. Both are 1978 graduates of Northeast Mis- souri State University in Kirksville. She is employed at Kelling Hospital Pharmacy of Waverly, Mo., and he is employed with Thurlo Con- struction of Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stambaugh of Lewistown are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Mary, of Carrollton, to Russell J. Hill, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hill, Sr., of Carrollton. Miss Stambaugh is a 1974 graduate of Highland high school, Ewing. Mr. Hill is a 1974 graduate of Carrollton A spring wedding is being planned. Local members of White in LaGrange Twenty-six relatives and friends honored Mrs. Debra Murphy of Jacksonville, Ill. at a post-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22, at the LaGrange American Legion Hall. Hostesses were the groom's aunts and cousins, Mrs. Marge Engel, Augusta, Ill.; Mrs. Beverly Anderson, O'- Fallon; Mrs. Beverly Platt, Quincy; Miss Patsy Leeser, Montgomery City ; Mrs. Nancy Ellison and Mrs. Betty Leeser. Games were played and Shrine attend official visit District No. 34, Order of the ated during the ceremonial. urday, Oct. 28, starting at 6 p.m. at the Community Cen- ter. Everyone in Durham and the surrounding area is in- vited to attend. It's for everyone - old, young, or in- between. Dress up in costume because there will be lots of prizes and also lots of games. There will be a pumpkin contest so decorate or carve a pumpkin and bring him along LuAnne Zahn celebrates 8th birthday Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Zahn of Canton entertained at a party Saturday afternoon, Oct. 21, honoring the 8th birthday of their daughter, LuAnne. As: sisting were Tracy and Robbie Zahn and Jimmy Christner. The Halloween theme was used in the decorations. Games were played, and refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and Hal- loween treats were served. Guests were Beth Ann Gnus, Michelle and Melissa Schuetz, Center's famous witches brew and if they are really brave they can go on the ghost walk. The party is paid for by the community center. Esterhazy Quartet to present concert The Esterhazy Quartet, a musical ensemble from the University of Missouri at Columbia, will present a concert beginning at 1:10 p.m. Tuesday in Alexander Camp- bell Auditorium. The quartet was established in 1960 at MU to enhance the cultural opportunities in the state and has performed throughout the United States and South America. A workshop for persons interested in playing string instruments will be held for Culver-Stockton music stu- dents after the concert. The concert, sponsored by the Culver-Stockton division of fine arts, is open to the public. YOU GIET MOIl NlWS IN 1HI Nancy Williams, Allison Wood, Linda Coates, Cindy l,lma- Ludwig and Shawn Flanagan of LaBelle. , -_- - -_- - = - - - ------ MR. AND MRS. PAUL M. KELLER pjmLFO.NEjpIp f White Shrine of Jerusalem Each shrine presented honor- prizes were awarded to Mrs.  BB mm mm  IB q " Q " cy O (,.-7 -L';j -- L was host to the official visit ary memberships to the Irene Solter, Mrs. Janet / The Can & Will Booster Club | m um Cte 1 4 and inspection of the Supreme supreme worthy high pries- SoRer, Mrs. Joyce Solter and Worthy High Priestess, So- tress and supreme watchman Mrs. Mice Robison. 1 iS having it s annual _ e Darlene Porter cousin of the bridegroom, journer Velma Joy Burnie, of shepherds. After Mrs. Murphy opened m a and Paul Matt- served as best man. Grooms- CANTON MO. Tuesday evening, Sept. 26, at Members attending from her gifts, refreshments were C ft Sh I the Masonic Temple in Hanni- Canton were Mrs. Melvin served from a table decorated ra ow & Bazaar Of rural Quincy men were Frank Chatten and TIIURSDAY. OCT. 26. 1978 bal. ting vows at 7 Steve Robertson of Quincy Saucier, Mrs. James Carty, in fall colors featuring a Oct. 14, in the and Greg neindselman of p.m. to midnight with the A carry-in buffet meal Mrs. John Rudicil, Mr. and basket of mums. I SATURDAY church LaGrange, cousin of the bride- Missouri Band playing, preceded the meeting. Mrs. William Baxter, Mr. and Miss Debra Pagget and • NOVEMBER 4 m Rev. George The couple will be at home Other distinguished guests Mrs. Don Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E, Murphy were Lewistown offici- at Route 2, Quincy, in were Sojourner Charles Mack- Raymond Clark, Mrs. John married Sept. 25 in Jackson- I in the flew gym o} the double ring November, after a trip to ey, past supreme watchman Frieden, Miss Carolyn DaB- I .J Hawaii. of shepherds, Sojourner Edna bach and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. andMrs. Edward Murphy Canton High $’hool. 9:30- 5:30 William Cary. L, BB mm  mm couple are W. Z. (Bill) and Mr. Keller of Was decorated candelabra and of fall lamps Kenady of organist. Heindselman of of the bride- David Porter of brother of the soloists. Miss of La- Miss Marsha Quincy. cousins were at the Seals of Lewis- of honor and of Iowa maid of honor. Relier of Quincy, bridegroom, was and Mrs. Dale sister-in- was brides- Cammi Bugh of L, cousin of the Mary Kay were of Quincy, groom. The bride, given in marri- age by her parents, wore a floor length white gown, designed by Queen Fit. It had a high neck with a sheer bodice, featuring a cameo insert with silk schiffli em- broidery. Fan shaped venise lace appliques decorated the bodice, waist and sleeves. The full skirt was accented with venise lace appliques and the chapel train featured a flounc- ed hem with fan shaped venise trim. The fingertip length veil and blusher of imported bridal illusion was attached to a camelot style headpiece decorated with silk venise lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of Wood- burn Abbey roses and white stephanotis. The attendants were all dressed alike in chiffon over satin coral, brown and beige flowered dresses and each carried a single coral-colored" long-stemmed rose. The couple left the church and rode to the reception in a horse-drawn carriage, driven by the groom. The "Cadillac" carriage was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Mac McKenley of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs." Larry Talken of Quincy provided the horse. The reception was held at Cedar Crest Country Club from 8 The bride is a graduate of Lewis County C-1 Schools and Gem City College. She is employed as a medical secre- tary by the Physicians and Surgeons Clinic. The groom is a graduate of Quincy Senior High School and is engaged in farming. He is also owner and operator of Keller Bulldozing Service of Qumy ........... Several attend Third District convention The Third District of Mis- souri Federation of Women's Clubs 105th Convention was held Saturday, Oct. 14, in Brunswick. Hostess clubs were IIOOFF Study Club of Salisbury and the Worthwhile Study Club of Brunswich. Mrs. James W. Catty, president of Third District, presided during the morning and afternoon sessions. The convention theme was "Com- mitment -- With Love." Mrs. Gordon Kutscher, presi- ident of MFWC, gave the morning address. A luncheon was served by the Lutheran Ladies in the parish hall. Speakers in the afternoon Milligan, supreme hand maid, Sojourner Jean E. Yio, su- preme organist, and Sojourner Charles W. Yetter, supreme trustee. Golden Rule Shrine No. 32 of Canton gave the opening, and instructions, Gethsemane Shrine No. 6, Hannibal, the Ceremonial, and Miriam Shrine No. 3 of Quincy the closing. Five candidates were initi- Announce engagement of daughter Mrs. A. B. Chamberlain is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Daisy Lee Chamberlain to Jon Brent Palmer of Quincy on Satur- day, Nov. 4. Miss Chamberlain has been employed at the Mercantile Bank of Quincy for 15 years. The couple will reside in Quincy. ville. The groom is the son of of Jacksonville. I J,, , i,,N[ KRAFT'S CREAMY LARGE 14 OZ. PKG. CARAMELS 69' • • • • . • • CHOICE QUALITY PURE 12 OZ. JAR HONEY 79' • • • • • • . . • • ALL FLAVORS 3 PKGS. JELL O 69 c n . . . . . . . • • OIL OR MUSTARD 3 CANS SARDINES 89 € • • • • • . • • HUNT'S RICH PURE Tomato Catsup TALL CHOICE POUND OLEO.... 45 c Area Planned Don't Forget Halloween Parenthood rep. We Have A Ntce AIs't. Of Choice Candies For i! r [I i ii i J ,, , ,,, J , ,,, , ;  FRESH FROZEN 2 CANS ORANGE JUICE..... 69' MRS. REAMES - FROZEN PKG. EGG NOODLES..... 39' BANQUET MINCE OR EACH PUMPKIN PIES.... 59 € CHICKEN-TURKEY-STEAK LEE. SIZE BANQUET DINNERS .. 59 € DEL MONTE -- PURE LARGE 46 OZ. CANS TOMATO JUICE..... 59 DEL MONTE  FANCY QUALITY 2 NO. 303 CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL.... 89' DEL MONTE  CHOICE PACK NO. 303 CANS PUMPKIN . . . . .....29 c I DEL MONTE HEALTHFUL MUSSELMAN'S NEW PACK Fancy Spinach APPLE SAUCE "IT WHIPS" MILNOT i1 I I II IIIII Pl L LSBURY'S CAN BiScU|ti'; ; 23 €i III i VAN CAMP'S FINEST PORK & BEANS IN TOMATO SAUCE 3 .o 89' TALL CANS CAMPBELL'S - FINE Mushroom Soup .... 3 69 c I "VISTA-PAK" CRISP FRESH CRACKERS ,00o,o 49 € FANCY 12 OZ. PKG. RICE 27 € • • • • • FINE QUALITY TENDER CUT GREEN BEANS , " were Mrs. Harold Homan, 2nd at meeting A,, The Liffle Ghosts & 2 .o 69 Goblins. $0I  vice president of M.F.W.C.; GEoiDiN CORN 303 CANS Mrs. Douglas Thomason, jun- Betty Potts, Knox and Lewis H OR CREAM ior director of M.F.W.C.; Mrs. County outreach worker with Edwena O'Neal, Missouri Planned Parenthood of North- 2 NO. 69': H Girl's Town chairman; and east Missouri, recently par- e 303 CANS • OI r ),.:/,,OilO[ lld Mrs. Robert Mohr, district ticipated in a three day fall C.I.P. chairman, conference sponsored by the GET A LIFT WITH "NESTEA" LGE. 3 OZ. JAR Thespring meeting will be Missouri Family Planning INSTANT TEA • . . • . $179 ((  ,li hosted hy the Town and Health Councilat the Lake of ,e Country Club, M.F.W.C. of the Ozarks.  CenturyLeWist°Wn'Club,and theM.F.W.c.TWentiethof The theme of the conference REAL FINE GIOd)E was Expanding Roles in SLICED , Monticello. Family Planning. Workshops Members attending from included population educa- BACON Canton were Mrs. Carty, Mr. tion; human sexuality; infer- Carty, Mrs. James Galbraith, tility education; and contra- POUND 97 c --I Mrs. Guy Cooper and Mrs. ceptive update. .  Dana Flanagan. A film festival acquainted SELECT LEAN THE BEST GRADE SLICED BOLOGNA POUND 97': I NEW PACK DROMEDARY SEEDLESS 00oDATES PACKAGE $1.29 NO. 2 69' 3 .o ,-a, 303 CANS Vl QUART JAR CREAMY SMOOTH SALAD DRESSING....79' FOR CONFIDENCE EVERY TIME YOU BAKES LB. BAG I GOLD MEDAL FLOUR .. 89 € I ii SELECT RED 10 LB. BAG POTATOES • • • . • . . ""vv': CRISP SOLID LARGE HEADS LETTUCE. • • • . . . . 39 € SWEET YELLOW 3 LB. BAG IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII the parti,c.ipants with the $ 19 CHOICE NEW € Fine  -B newest auo,ovisual materi,ls PORK STEAKS..... 1 N - ONIONS • • • •.... 59 welt y  SUBSCRI in the field of family planning T avy ueans TODAY TO PNJ and sex education. THE FINEST ALL MEA 12 OZ. PKGS. " TASTY FRESH LARGE PKGS/ ,r HIM  li,,;:,,,__,,,,,,,, WIENERS...... 89' 2 7; ° 69 c CARROTS......  23': "" t RATH'S LEAN POUND MARTHA WHITE. KRAFT S FINE -'-: Haunted i PORK SAUSAGE.... POUND 89€ RE:L:E.:=:TY:)ALIVIUN CORNMIxBREAD "ASTY-LOAF"cHEESE .... .... . TENDER SELECT ,- *-=, " House  BEEF LIVER....... 69 -€ . T*LL ’,,, Sl., PKG 19 c 2 POuNOBox si" CH CHA ", OCTOBER 30 & REFERENCE. PRICES WILL BE FANCY ARRIVED AT GRANT'S  i " ( "  GOOD PLEAsEALL SAVE NEXT THISwEEK. AD FOR ! !ll ,ow. SUGAR OR POWOEeED 'TO K ELi/ll;K BiANS '"",,u.. "" "* r AWAY FOR CHRIsTMAS -   * "" qlLJ ' , (THROUGH NOVEMBER 4TIf) POUND PKG. 35 TALL CANS 33 I )UND PKG 69 € ,Ht wishes with a gift from Oront's."  7 to 10 P.M. /! ----€ NO" 300 € ' _ lewelry&Gi0000t 800WASHINGTON $.T. ,t/:'.' PHONE NO. II00)l,m ili00 11 I r)l00 S'E' CANTO N, /,flt, MO..,,..ATO____:,.,mo.m__House Price ,1oo_,==[ 288-3321 q LI  .  3 m' iFiih, :l MO. [] I