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BY MRS. H. J. WENNEKER Observe 6th anniversary of church building The Assembly of God church observed the 6th anniversary Sunday of the dedication of the new church building. The district superin- tendent, Rev. Pettet of Excel- sior Springs, was present and he delivered the morning message. There were 128 present for Sunday school an dothers came for the worship service. Thursday visitors of Miss Dena Diekmann were her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diekmann of Kirksville and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Diekmann of Brashear, also Mrs. Bertha Diekmann and daughter of Kirksville. DES Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wil- Ilamstown Masonic Lodge. Fhonda Ann McEuen and  Paula Butler spent Sunday afternoon in Quincy visiting relatives. Alfred Kroeger was a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy Saturday to Wednes- day for treatment. Louis Raleigh of Lewistown was a Monday morning caller in the Otto O'Brien and William Kroeger homes. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wenneker of Palmyra were Sunday afternoon visitors of his mother, Mrs. Dent Wenne- ker. All called in the Lyndell Wenneker home. Mr. and Mrs. William Raleigh, who operates the Cougar Den care, have opened. a restaurant in Lewistown, to be known as Cougar Den No. 2 Mrs. Marie Carter was a Sunday afternoon caller in the H. J. Wenneker home. Harold Ferguson of Quincy was a Wednesday visitor in the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. O'Brien. Mrs. John Whitaker and Amber were recent callers of her grandmother, Mrs. Frank Crabill. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Lewistown visited his mother, Mrs. John Brown, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bruemmer of Las Angeles, Calif., who were visiting relatives in the area, were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Brown and her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Bruemmer, visited them when they were in California last spring. Aral Myers has been a patient in Blessing hospital in Quincy since last Wednesday and has been in a serious condition. Mrs. Myers and members of the family visit him daily. Mrs. Jennie Crist attended a weiner roast at the home of her duaghter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Puls and family in Palmyra Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Bruemmer of Quincy came Saturday eve- ning and visited til Monday morning with her mother, Mrs. John Brown. On Sunday Mrs. Bruemmer and Mrs. Brown accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown to Mt. Pleasant where they visited Mrs. Mona Brown Smith and family. Mrs. Frances Heither of Canton accompanied them as far as Donnellson, and spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. Louise Black- burn. Enroute home the Browns and Mrs. Bruemmer visited with Mrs. Blackburn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver drove to Camp Point Sunday afternoon to visit their moth- ers, Mrs. Nina Toliver and Mrs. Emma Shouse, at Grand View Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker and Kenny were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. The Women's Ministries of the Assembly of God church held its night service at the church Thursday evening. For their work project they work- ed on the Christmas lap robes and also Christmas door decorations. Plans were made to attend the W.M. service at the Sectional Fellowship meet- ing at the LaBelle Assembly of God church Monday. Those present were Mesdames Ger- ald Fielder, Harlie Spratt, Bruce Primm and Bryce, Les Edmonston and L. B. Edmon- ston. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willows and his mother, Mrs. Laura Willows, attended a surprise get together at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones in Maywood Tuesday evening for their 35th wedding annivers- ary. It'also honored Mrs. Jones' birthday. It was ar- ranged by their daughter, Wanda, who with her hus- band, T. Sgt. John Henry and daughter, Kimberly, of Barks- dale, La., who are visiting here. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. lverett Henry of LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Willows of Hannibal and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams and son of Canton. Mrs. Marie Carter, Mrs. Bessie Keller and Mrs. Gladys Keller attended the OATS business meeting at Lewis- town Tuesday. It was held at the Christian church and there was a carry-in dinner. En- route home they stopped at Prairie View rest home and visited with Mrs. May Arm- bruster. Rev. Scott Montgomery, Mrs. Nellie Crabill, Mrs. Lucille Gillespie, Mrs. Jack Your State Senator NORMAN L. MERRELL Holds The Highest Position I n The Missouri Senate \\; ................... LaBelle Manor the Senior Scen00 Happenings By MfldrodSchaffer -. Mrs. Jenella Frissell of "Jefferson City came to La- .............. Belle Manor and took her The Lewis County Council on Aging convened in Ewing Oct. 17 for its quarterly meeting. Fifty-two people were in attendance. Miss Mable Walker, president, said, "Such good attendance is gratifying to those who run our services as they feel only people who are interested will make the effort to get here." The council voted to ap- prove Homer Fulton, LaBelle, to fill a vacancy on the Mark Twain Regional Council. Carl "m """ 'z w.oc/en / CJNTON, MO, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Lentz and Miss Carol Mitts attended the Quarterly WMU at the Baptist church in LaBelle Thursday. Mrs. Jim Gurney is a surgical patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Clara Stokley returned home Wednesday from Bless- ing hospital in Quincy where she received treatment for a broken hip. Her daughter, Bernice, is taking time off from her work in Quincy to be with her. Her other daughter, Elaine Turner, also assists with her care, and her sister, Miss Annie Welch, visits her several times each day. Mr. and Mrs. David Herst and Nikki of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheehan of Bloomington were Saturday afternoon visitors with the brother, Gary Herst and family, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. Rhonda Herst also visited in Nothnagel, LaGrange, was elected alternate. A recommendation was was read from the executive committee of the council naming Dorothy Wills as a well-qualified applicant for the position of site director at Lewistown. The council voted favorably on that recommen- dation, in effect hiring Mrs. Wills. In another action the council approved transfer of Title V funds allocated to LaBelle Senior Center to be used to purchase and remodel a building in LaBelle more suitable than the present site. Travelle Whitaker, who has worked the past year as a social service aide, presented statistics compiled from records of the program. During this last year the group of social service aides performed chores for 207 participants 1299 times. They provided transportation for 242 participants 1317 times. They made friendly visits to 220 senior citizens1082 times. Whitaker and Betty Fifer conducted craft classes a total of 1628 times, serving 140 persons. Statistics can be dull reading and certainly do not tell the full story of aid to Lewis County senior citizens, but they are a type of accountability. "These fig- ures," Travelle said, "just tell part of the story. The need still exists, but unless services can be provided by volunteers there is little help until some type of refunding comes through." The January 16, 1979, meet- ing will be held in the Foster Grandparent Office at their new location in Monticello. An article published in the the Wenneker home. Kansas City Star this month The shower committee of and titled "Hunger in the the Assembly of God church Midst of Plenty" was brought arranged an "absentee" show- to our attention by friends er for Craig Benner and his who know of our interest in fiancee, Toni Freeman of the subject. The writer had Waxahachie, Tex. It was held interviewed Dr. Bernie Par- at the church Thursday night, sons of Albany, Mo. Dr. They will be married in Texas in November. After only 2 years, Norman Merrell was appointed Chairman of the important Senate Appropriations Committee. 4 years later, Norman Merrell was chosen to lead the Senate as their President Pro Tem. In this position State Senator Norman Merrell has and will continue to give the 18th District un- equaled representation. ON NOV. 7 - VOTE FOR THE PROVEN LEADER RE-ELECT STATE SENATOR NORMAN L. MERRELL PAID FOR BY: Merrell for Senator Committee Bill Anderson, Treasurer Learns of death of mother in Poplar Bluffs Mrs. David Alderton receiv- ed word of the death of her mother, Mrs. Elmer Wheeler of Poplar Bluffs on Oct. 12. Mrs. Alderton, her son, Ralph Wenneker, and wife attended funeral services at Poplar Bluff on Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Had- field were Thursday supper guests of Jim and Don Keller at Emerson. Mrs. Cora Schofield visited with Elbert Jennings in LaBelle Manor Tuesday after- noon. Hazel Chipman visited Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Garkie home in Quincy. Lora Sublett attended the Republican Woman's Club at the Canton Coffee Shop Mon- day. A dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powers home Sunday celebrated the 3rd birthday of their grand- son, Shawn Bartz. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bouren, Mrs. Florence Powers, Mrs. Goldie Abell of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bartz and Damon, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickerson and Nathan, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Moore and Dawn Powers, Mrs. Larry Toliver and Gary Foltz. Mrs. Wilma Barr and Karla and Mrs. Cora Schofield were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kirt Brinkley and Allan. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Shoults and son, Steve, of Moberly visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Brien and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waganer of Maywood. George Rouse of Burton, Lois Flaherty of Woodward, Okla., and Ellen Fryer of Yale, Okla., spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Carr. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Garkie and sons were Friday over night guests of Hazel Chip- man. Bro. and Mrs. Joe Holland returned home Friday from a two week vacation. Mrs. Wilma Barr, Karla Bowman, and Mrs. Karma parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ciapp, to the farm to visit for the day. Beulah Ayres of Kansas City is in the area visiting her sisters and father, Clay Marks. Pearl Woodward went home to spend the day with her family. Gladys Ferrell of Hurdland is a new resident at LaBelle Manor. Her husband, Wayne, has been a resident here for some time. Mrs. Jessie Pol- Parsons had recounted some surprising experiences dealing specifically with a 90 year old woman whose diagnosed heart ailment turned ut not to be a heart problem at all but malnutrition. Two weeks later a middle-aged was taken to Gentry County (Mo.) Me- morial hospital where Dr. Parsons is on the staff, was found to be so acutely malnourished that he was delirious. Both people were actually wealthy; however, they had not only eaten too little, but had eaten the wrong kinds of food. Dr. Parsons was quoted as saying, "The reason human beings become mal- nourished are legion: food isn't available; they don't or can't care for themselves; they just don't know what a proper diet includes. One factor in many cases of mal- nutrition is lack of meat." He might have mentioned that a single person eating along is much more apt to eat poorly. Our Missouri State Nutrition programs are work- ing to lessen reported cases of malnutrition among the elder- ly. The people described by Dr. Parsons were not from Lewis County, although our site directors can testify to similar stories. Our nutrition program is open to all senior citizens so that they may eat nutritiously in friendly soci- ability. The food and service are available. We should have no sad stories of malnourish- ed senior citizens in our county. Brinkley and Allen were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Cora Schofield. Revival effort will begin Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Baptist church with Rev. Jerry Mc- Donald of Canadian, Okla., doing the preaching. Services will begin each evening at 7:30 and will continue through Nov. 5. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scott and son and Ronnie Scott were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Martha Lillard. The dinner honored the birth- days of John and Mike Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mohr have moved their membership from the Queen of Peace church to the Methodist church. Bill McCune gave a talk at the Methodist church Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Had- field visited Miss Ruth Jordan Sunday afternoon. lard of Hannibal is back from the hospital. The residents have been busy decorating the Manor for fall and Halloween in particu- lar. They are looking forward to the Halloween party as well as the trick or treators that will be coming. Monday afternoon crafts brought the residents together to work on decorating pump- kins for the center pieces. They drew faces on the pumpkins and used yarn to make hair. We had some really cute pumpkins, which were donated by Barb Larsen. A movie was shown Tues- day afternoon. The title of the movie was "Israel." A big crowd attended. Pop corn and soda were served during the movie. Wednesday night was the event that everyone had been looking forward to. The residents enjoyed an old fash- ioned square dance. Playing the music was Porter Shinn, Doc Edwards, Bob Adams, Christina Parrish and Mar- garet Hall. The caller was Ruth Lewis. The square dancers were employees of the Manor and visitors. Ladies coffee was held in LaSelle dinic dosed and Friday The Kirksville Osteopathic nounces that clinics will be Thursday, Oct. , day, OCt. 27. hours will resume day, Oct. 28, Monday through tween the hours p.m. and Saturday a.m. to 1 p.m. The college extension clinics Brashear, Downing, Elmer, Green Castle, gan and Wyaconda. the front lounge afternoon. Coffee were served. Friday afternO dents played crowd received prizes cream and soda. Mrs. Ernest Graham of Midland, Tex., mother of Mrs. John Courtney and sister of Mrs. C. H. Barnard, was released from Blessing hos- pital in Quincy recently where she was a patient. Week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Jones were their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and two sons of Columbia. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lund were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jones and family of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jones and sons of Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lund and sons of LaGrange, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and sons of Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward and grandchildren of Jersey- ville were week end visitors in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Saturday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Leora Byers were herdaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waller, and their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Kindhart and daughter of Barry and Willis Buswell of Zwing. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Claus and family moved last week to their new home near Ewing. Mrs. Charlie grandchildren and Kathryn Saturday the home of Mr. Diner Rife. Mrs. Frankie ed to her several days of her daughter, Travis Moore in Mr. and Mrs. LaBelle were noon visitors in her sister, Mr. Rife. Mrs. Leora the home of and Mrs. Wayne family, and Mrs. well Sunday Mr. and Mrs. of Quincy Saturday in and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. of Ewing were noon visitors Paul and KathrYn Sunday the home of Mr. Mrs. Lydle Stagg s Mr. and MrS- were Sunday the home of Russell n TRAINEES WANTED AT ONCE to train as store mana GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS VA PROMOTIONS See your local manager" P. M. PLACE STORES Consignment FARMERS COOP - EWING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1978 Beginning at 10 a.m. MACHINERY 1974 Massey 6 row planter model 468, 8N Ford tractor, John row rotary hoe-pull type, old pull type manure spreader. LIVESTOCK Rhode Island roosters, Bantams, ducks and mixed roosters, waters and feeders, egg cartons and egg cases. FURNITURE 1972 General Electric automatic washer, 1966 Sears gas dryer, bedroom suit, one twin bed, several metal bed frames, lace stretchers, two couches, oak chairs, coffee tables, 'end tableS, fruit jars, gallon glass jars, quilt scraps, dacron scraps stuffing toys), knick knacks, deep fat fryer and radios. TOYS 26 in. girls bike, 26 in. boys bike (like new), mini-bike, and children's games and toys. MISCELLAN EOUS ITEMS Gas space heater (bathroom size), kerosene heater, snow tireS, shutters (old), lifejackets, 65,000 BTU oil burner, mud and Many other articles to numerous to mention. If you have items to consign please call 494-3484 or 494-3232 , Lunch will be served Not responsible for acclde Sponsored by Oyster Prairie 4-H Club BY MRS. H. J. WENNEKER Observe 6th anniversary of church building The Assembly of God church observed the 6th anniversary Sunday of the dedication of the new church building. The district superin- tendent, Rev. Pettet of Excel- sior Springs, was present and he delivered the morning message. There were 128 present for Sunday school an dothers came for the worship service. Thursday visitors of Miss Dena Diekmann were her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diekmann of Kirksville and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Diekmann of Brashear, also Mrs. Bertha Diekmann and daughter of Kirksville. DES Smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wil- Ilamstown Masonic Lodge. Fhonda Ann McEuen and  Paula Butler spent Sunday afternoon in Quincy visiting relatives. Alfred Kroeger was a patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy Saturday to Wednes- day for treatment. Louis Raleigh of Lewistown was a Monday morning caller in the Otto O'Brien and William Kroeger homes. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wenneker of Palmyra were Sunday afternoon visitors of his mother, Mrs. Dent Wenne- ker. All called in the Lyndell Wenneker home. Mr. and Mrs. William Raleigh, who operates the Cougar Den care, have opened. a restaurant in Lewistown, to be known as Cougar Den No. 2 Mrs. Marie Carter was a Sunday afternoon caller in the H. J. Wenneker home. Harold Ferguson of Quincy was a Wednesday visitor in the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. O'Brien. Mrs. John Whitaker and Amber were recent callers of her grandmother, Mrs. Frank Crabill. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Lewistown visited his mother, Mrs. John Brown, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bruemmer of Las Angeles, Calif., who were visiting relatives in the area, were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Brown and her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Bruemmer, visited them when they were in California last spring. Aral Myers has been a patient in Blessing hospital in Quincy since last Wednesday and has been in a serious condition. Mrs. Myers and members of the family visit him daily. Mrs. Jennie Crist attended a weiner roast at the home of her duaghter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Puls and family in Palmyra Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Bruemmer of Quincy came Saturday eve- ning and visited til Monday morning with her mother, Mrs. John Brown. On Sunday Mrs. Bruemmer and Mrs. Brown accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown to Mt. Pleasant where they visited Mrs. Mona Brown Smith and family. Mrs. Frances Heither of Canton accompanied them as far as Donnellson, and spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. Louise Black- burn. Enroute home the Browns and Mrs. Bruemmer visited with Mrs. Blackburn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toliver drove to Camp Point Sunday afternoon to visit their moth- ers, Mrs. Nina Toliver and Mrs. Emma Shouse, at Grand View Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenne- ker and Kenny were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. The Women's Ministries of the Assembly of God church held its night service at the church Thursday evening. For their work project they work- ed on the Christmas lap robes and also Christmas door decorations. Plans were made to attend the W.M. service at the Sectional Fellowship meet- ing at the LaBelle Assembly of God church Monday. Those present were Mesdames Ger- ald Fielder, Harlie Spratt, Bruce Primm and Bryce, Les Edmonston and L. B. Edmon- ston. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willows and his mother, Mrs. Laura Willows, attended a surprise get together at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones in Maywood Tuesday evening for their 35th wedding annivers- ary. It'also honored Mrs. Jones' birthday. It was ar- ranged by their daughter, Wanda, who with her hus- band, T. Sgt. John Henry and daughter, Kimberly, of Barks- dale, La., who are visiting here. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. lverett Henry of LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Willows of Hannibal and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams and son of Canton. Mrs. Marie Carter, Mrs. Bessie Keller and Mrs. Gladys Keller attended the OATS business meeting at Lewis- town Tuesday. It was held at the Christian church and there was a carry-in dinner. En- route home they stopped at Prairie View rest home and visited with Mrs. May Arm- bruster. Rev. Scott Montgomery, Mrs. Nellie Crabill, Mrs. Lucille Gillespie, Mrs. Jack Your State Senator NORMAN L. MERRELL Holds The Highest Position I n The Missouri Senate \\; ................... LaBelle Manor the Senior Scen00 Happenings By MfldrodSchaffer -. Mrs. Jenella Frissell of "Jefferson City came to La- .............. Belle Manor and took her The Lewis County Council on Aging convened in Ewing Oct. 17 for its quarterly meeting. Fifty-two people were in attendance. Miss Mable Walker, president, said, "Such good attendance is gratifying to those who run our services as they feel only people who are interested will make the effort to get here." The council voted to ap- prove Homer Fulton, LaBelle, to fill a vacancy on the Mark Twain Regional Council. Carl "m """ 'z w.oc/en / CJNTON, MO, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Lentz and Miss Carol Mitts attended the Quarterly WMU at the Baptist church in LaBelle Thursday. Mrs. Jim Gurney is a surgical patient in St. Mary hospital in Quincy. Mrs. Clara Stokley returned home Wednesday from Bless- ing hospital in Quincy where she received treatment for a broken hip. Her daughter, Bernice, is taking time off from her work in Quincy to be with her. Her other daughter, Elaine Turner, also assists with her care, and her sister, Miss Annie Welch, visits her several times each day. Mr. and Mrs. David Herst and Nikki of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheehan of Bloomington were Saturday afternoon visitors with the brother, Gary Herst and family, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wenneker. Rhonda Herst also visited in Nothnagel, LaGrange, was elected alternate. A recommendation was was read from the executive committee of the council naming Dorothy Wills as a well-qualified applicant for the position of site director at Lewistown. The council voted favorably on that recommen- dation, in effect hiring Mrs. Wills. In another action the council approved transfer of Title V funds allocated to LaBelle Senior Center to be used to purchase and remodel a building in LaBelle more suitable than the present site. Travelle Whitaker, who has worked the past year as a social service aide, presented statistics compiled from records of the program. During this last year the group of social service aides performed chores for 207 participants 1299 times. They provided transportation for 242 participants 1317 times. They made friendly visits to 220 senior citizens1082 times. Whitaker and Betty Fifer conducted craft classes a total of 1628 times, serving 140 persons. Statistics can be dull reading and certainly do not tell the full story of aid to Lewis County senior citizens, but they are a type of accountability. "These fig- ures," Travelle said, "just tell part of the story. The need still exists, but unless services can be provided by volunteers there is little help until some type of refunding comes through." The January 16, 1979, meet- ing will be held in the Foster Grandparent Office at their new location in Monticello. An article published in the the Wenneker home. Kansas City Star this month The shower committee of and titled "Hunger in the the Assembly of God church Midst of Plenty" was brought arranged an "absentee" show- to our attention by friends er for Craig Benner and his who know of our interest in fiancee, Toni Freeman of the subject. The writer had Waxahachie, Tex. It was held interviewed Dr. Bernie Par- at the church Thursday night, sons of Albany, Mo. Dr. They will be married in Texas in November. After only 2 years, Norman Merrell was appointed Chairman of the important Senate Appropriations Committee. 4 years later, Norman Merrell was chosen to lead the Senate as their President Pro Tem. In this position State Senator Norman Merrell has and will continue to give the 18th District un- equaled representation. ON NOV. 7 - VOTE FOR THE PROVEN LEADER RE-ELECT STATE SENATOR NORMAN L. MERRELL PAID FOR BY: Merrell for Senator Committee Bill Anderson, Treasurer Learns of death of mother in Poplar Bluffs Mrs. David Alderton receiv- ed word of the death of her mother, Mrs. Elmer Wheeler of Poplar Bluffs on Oct. 12. Mrs. Alderton, her son, Ralph Wenneker, and wife attended funeral services at Poplar Bluff on Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Had- field were Thursday supper guests of Jim and Don Keller at Emerson. Mrs. Cora Schofield visited with Elbert Jennings in LaBelle Manor Tuesday after- noon. Hazel Chipman visited Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Garkie home in Quincy. Lora Sublett attended the Republican Woman's Club at the Canton Coffee Shop Mon- day. A dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powers home Sunday celebrated the 3rd birthday of their grand- son, Shawn Bartz. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bouren, Mrs. Florence Powers, Mrs. Goldie Abell of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bartz and Damon, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickerson and Nathan, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Moore and Dawn Powers, Mrs. Larry Toliver and Gary Foltz. Mrs. Wilma Barr and Karla and Mrs. Cora Schofield were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kirt Brinkley and Allan. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Shoults and son, Steve, of Moberly visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Brien and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waganer of Maywood. George Rouse of Burton, Lois Flaherty of Woodward, Okla., and Ellen Fryer of Yale, Okla., spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Carr. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Garkie and sons were Friday over night guests of Hazel Chip- man. Bro. and Mrs. Joe Holland returned home Friday from a two week vacation. Mrs. Wilma Barr, Karla Bowman, and Mrs. Karma parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ciapp, to the farm to visit for the day. Beulah Ayres of Kansas City is in the area visiting her sisters and father, Clay Marks. Pearl Woodward went home to spend the day with her family. Gladys Ferrell of Hurdland is a new resident at LaBelle Manor. Her husband, Wayne, has been a resident here for some time. Mrs. Jessie Pol- Parsons had recounted some surprising experiences dealing specifically with a 90 year old woman whose diagnosed heart ailment turned ut not to be a heart problem at all but malnutrition. Two weeks later a middle-aged was taken to Gentry County (Mo.) Me- morial hospital where Dr. Parsons is on the staff, was found to be so acutely malnourished that he was delirious. Both people were actually wealthy; however, they had not only eaten too little, but had eaten the wrong kinds of food. Dr. Parsons was quoted as saying, "The reason human beings become mal- nourished are legion: food isn't available; they don't or can't care for themselves; they just don't know what a proper diet includes. One factor in many cases of mal- nutrition is lack of meat." He might have mentioned that a single person eating along is much more apt to eat poorly. Our Missouri State Nutrition programs are work- ing to lessen reported cases of malnutrition among the elder- ly. The people described by Dr. Parsons were not from Lewis County, although our site directors can testify to similar stories. Our nutrition program is open to all senior citizens so that they may eat nutritiously in friendly soci- ability. The food and service are available. We should have no sad stories of malnourish- ed senior citizens in our county. Brinkley and Allen were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Cora Schofield. Revival effort will begin Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Baptist church with Rev. Jerry Mc- Donald of Canadian, Okla., doing the preaching. Services will begin each evening at 7:30 and will continue through Nov. 5. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scott and son and Ronnie Scott were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Martha Lillard. The dinner honored the birth- days of John and Mike Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mohr have moved their membership from the Queen of Peace church to the Methodist church. Bill McCune gave a talk at the Methodist church Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Had- field visited Miss Ruth Jordan Sunday afternoon. lard of Hannibal is back from the hospital. The residents have been busy decorating the Manor for fall and Halloween in particu- lar. They are looking forward to the Halloween party as well as the trick or treators that will be coming. Monday afternoon crafts brought the residents together to work on decorating pump- kins for the center pieces. They drew faces on the pumpkins and used yarn to make hair. We had some really cute pumpkins, which were donated by Barb Larsen. A movie was shown Tues- day afternoon. The title of the movie was "Israel." A big crowd attended. Pop corn and soda were served during the movie. Wednesday night was the event that everyone had been looking forward to. The residents enjoyed an old fash- ioned square dance. Playing the music was Porter Shinn, Doc Edwards, Bob Adams, Christina Parrish and Mar- garet Hall. The caller was Ruth Lewis. The square dancers were employees of the Manor and visitors. Ladies coffee was held in LaSelle dinic dosed and Friday The Kirksville Osteopathic nounces that clinics will be Thursday, Oct. , day, OCt. 27. hours will resume day, Oct. 28, Monday through tween the hours p.m. and Saturday a.m. to 1 p.m. The college extension clinics Brashear, Downing, Elmer, Green Castle, gan and Wyaconda. the front lounge afternoon. Coffee were served. Friday afternO dents played crowd received prizes cream and soda. Mrs. Ernest Graham of Midland, Tex., mother of Mrs. John Courtney and sister of Mrs. C. H. Barnard, was released from Blessing hos- pital in Quincy recently where she was a patient. Week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Jones were their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and two sons of Columbia. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lund were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jones and family of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jones and sons of Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lund and sons of LaGrange, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and sons of Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward and grandchildren of Jersey- ville were week end visitors in the home of Paul and Kathryn Hirsch. Saturday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Leora Byers were herdaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waller, and their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Kindhart and daughter of Barry and Willis Buswell of Zwing. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Claus and family moved last week to their new home near Ewing. Mrs. Charlie grandchildren and Kathryn Saturday the home of Mr. Diner Rife. Mrs. Frankie ed to her several days of her daughter, Travis Moore in Mr. and Mrs. LaBelle were noon visitors in her sister, Mr. Rife. Mrs. Leora the home of and Mrs. Wayne family, and Mrs. well Sunday Mr. and Mrs. of Quincy Saturday in and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. of Ewing were noon visitors Paul and KathrYn Sunday the home of Mr. Mrs. Lydle Stagg s Mr. and MrS- were Sunday the home of Russell n TRAINEES WANTED AT ONCE to train as store mana GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS VA PROMOTIONS See your local manager" P. M. PLACE STORES Consignment FARMERS COOP - EWING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1978 Beginning at 10 a.m. MACHINERY 1974 Massey 6 row planter model 468, 8N Ford tractor, John row rotary hoe-pull type, old pull type manure spreader. LIVESTOCK Rhode Island roosters, Bantams, ducks and mixed roosters, waters and feeders, egg cartons and egg cases. FURNITURE 1972 General Electric automatic washer, 1966 Sears gas dryer, bedroom suit, one twin bed, several metal bed frames, lace stretchers, two couches, oak chairs, coffee tables, 'end tableS, fruit jars, gallon glass jars, quilt scraps, dacron scraps stuffing toys), knick knacks, deep fat fryer and radios. TOYS 26 in. girls bike, 26 in. boys bike (like new), mini-bike, and children's games and toys. MISCELLAN EOUS ITEMS Gas space heater (bathroom size), kerosene heater, snow tireS, shutters (old), lifejackets, 65,000 BTU oil burner, mud and Many other articles to numerous to mention. If you have items to consign please call 494-3484 or 494-3232 , Lunch will be served Not responsible for acclde Sponsored by Oyster Prairie 4-H Club