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COUNTY OL NE S MenuforWeekofoc,.o Monday: Jack O'Lantern sandwich, witches brew, full seat season on sale at The adult season a person to all games. Rag- admission this varsity games is of a season the purchaser $4 attends all home !games. Tickets may by calling the !Week of Oct. 30 Y: hamburger on fries, ginger topping, peach, vegetable soup, cup, halloween tacos, lettuce, cheese, milk, pears, salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, ring. no school. Co. C-1 beets, peach half, bread, butter, milk. Tuesday: cat tails, haunted spirits, ghostly eyes, goblins delight, warlock and spooks, witches brew. Wednesday: fish filet on bun, potato salad, baked beans, bread, butter, milk, graham cracker cookie. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. LEWISTOWN SCHOOL Menu for Week of Oct. 30 Monday: chicken hash and biscuit, corn or peas, fruit, cake, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Tuesday: chili dog, sauer kraut or cauliflower, pumpkin pie, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Wednesday: chicken fried steak, French fries, slaw, fruit crisp, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. EWING SCHOOL ' National School Lunch Week Oct. 9-13 was National School Lunch Week. It was observed by the Ewing school with the invitation of parents and grandparents to eat lunch with their child or grandchild. There were 98 visitors who came throughout the week to eat with children in each grade level. Halloween Party On the afternoon of Oct. 31, interested parents will spon- sor an all-school Halloween party. This event, which will be held in the Ewing school gym, will allow the children to wear their scarry costumes for all to see and enjoy. Prizes will be given for the best costumes at that time. SCHOOL Week of Oct. 30 V: hot dog on bun, Sauer kraut, tater Ii trips. r: lasagna, green salad, ice cream and butter. juicy burger on corn, cole slaw, Pudding and Friday: no meeting. - SCHOOL of Oct. 30 spaghetti & meat salad, pickled Can & Will Booster Club WILL HOLD IT'S ANNUAL , SHOW & BAZAAR y, Nov. 4, 1978 moose, black cats, cat's meow. Tuesday: witches hair with owl sauce, half moons, eat eyes, icy claws and tomb- stones, cat's meow. Wednesday: ghost stew, grind stones, ghost sheets, witch stones and ghost chills, cat's'meow. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL Menu for Week of Oct. 30 Line A Monday: hamburgers, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Tuesday: hamburger, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Wednesday: swiss steak, baked potato, cole slaw, ice cream, cookie, extra sand- wich, milk. Line B Monday: chili dog, baked beans, chips, peach crisp, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: chef salad, tuna salad, crackers, cookies, pud- cling, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: swiss steak, baked potato, cole slaw, ice cream, cookie, extra sand- wich, milk. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. Brad Legg enters rabbits in Quincy show Brad Legg of Williamstown entered his Checkered Giant rabbits at the Quincy Area Rabbit Show. Entered were 10 of his rabbits which got the follow- ing platings: four 1st, three 2nds, two 3rds, and one 5th. i Highland FHA holds meeting Oct. 18 The Highland High School FHA met Wednesday, Oct. 18, in the gym. A game was Collect litter Girls in one of the Canton Brownie Troops demonstrated they could be good citizens. They collected four sacks full of trash along the sidewalks of two Canton streets. Pictured, from left to right, Kristine Edgar, Angela Dennison, Ann Allison, Heidi Lowe, Sarah Kenney, Arinda Axton, Michelle Norton, Lisa Raleigh, Tara Fretwell, Wendy Dochterman and LuAnne Zahn. Back row, leaders Delores Norton, Judy Edgar and Melanie Jacobs. Highland media center joins NEMO library network The Highland High School Media Center has recently become a member of the Northeast Missouri Library Network. The network is a library cooperative that is offering special services to all types of libraries in a 12-county area. The two year pilot project is being funded by a grant from the state library and sponsored by the Northeast Missouri State Uni- versity Library. The network member li- braries, such as the Highland the vast resources of major libraries for special research projects, units of study, or topics of personal interest. Requests for specific book titles or general topics may be given to the school librarian, Mrs. Paula Wallace, who will sent it to the network. Although there are five other networks in Missouri, the NEMO Network is the first to encourage the full involvment of school libraries. In addition to a growing number of school libraries the NEW STEEL ROOFING $008.00 "". 26 Ga. Gal. - 21/:" Corrig. 5',6',8',I0',& 12'x40" SCHWARTZ MFG. SALEM, M0. 65560 (314) 729-3611 or 7007 Brochures upon request WHOLESALE in Large Ouantitm Media Center, can send requests for specific titles or materials on a certain subject to the network office in Kirksville where they are processed the same day they are received. Either they are filled from the university library collection or from one of the other member libriaries or they are sent through the state network to be filled from one of Missouri's large re- source collections. The media center will pay nothing for this service except return postage for the books borrow- ed. Network membership will all6',v " , tchePs arid area residents to draw upon r County students to meet with C-S SEE THE (Aroma of FalIFashions after you watch the ..00omecomrng parade on Saturday See ALL that's new for FALL CANTON, Me, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 . A dlL AlL JL JL JIL.  A  JIL JIL 11 all A" J+JIK'Jll  STATE BANK NO. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF Canton State Bank OF CANTON IN THE STATIC OF MISSOURI, AND DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 30, 1978 F DON'1" MISS AN ISSUE Check the date on your mailing address ASSETS MLi. Tho. Cash and due from hanks ............................ 905 U.S. Treasury securities ............................. 1 432 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .......................... 2 $22 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ....... 2 5,59 a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) .... 8,605 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ....... 60 c. Loans, Net ......................................... 8 54S Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing hank premises ........... 182 Other assets ......................................... 34 TOTAL ASSETS ..................................... 16 179 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ..................... 4 427 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ..................... 8 629 Deposits of United States Government ................ 113 Deposits of States and political subdivisions .......... 93S Certified and officers' checks ........................ 41 TOTAL DEPOSITS ................................... 14 145 a. Total demand deposits ........................ 4,775 b. Total time and savings deposits . .............. 9,370 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ................... Other liabilities ...................................... 11 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................................ IS 006 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 2,000 b. No. shares outstanding 2,000 (Par value) .... 200 Surplus .............................................. 350 Undivided profits .................................... 623 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .......................... I 173 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ...... 16 179 MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from hanks .......................... 763 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ......................... 12 c. Total loans ........................................ 8 $21 d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more .................. 637 e. Total deposits ..................................... 14 150 f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ................... 588 Time deposits of $100,000 or more (as of call date): Time certificates of deposit in demoninations of $100,000 or more .................. 372 b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more .................................. 265 I, William A. Harbourn, Assistant Vice President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: William A. Harb0urn Robert E. Ayers, Frank H. Miller, Glenn A. Miller, Stephen J. Logsdon, Directors State of Missouri, County of Lewis, as: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th day of October, 1978, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. (SEAL) My commission expires September 23, 1982 matic, beautiful silver color, extra sharp, 15,000 miles. A State Senator who will work to return s1976gN:V?a nie.Door, V-g, automatic, power O more responsibility to local government? 1976 Cutlass., door: vinyl top, air cond., N ' Vote for Bill Schwanke power steering & brakes, in hke new condition. .,.w o,.,o0,o,o .o o o*** ! n ,o., oooo o,,.,, oooo o....o= s,, 0rin F. "Bill" Schwanke Bud Miller Motor Co. Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Oldsmobile CANTON  Paid for by Schwank. for soncor CommHtee, Connie Ray Trmurm'. II OO:ZOOOOOOOI[ .... played tostartthemeeting 00VENUE DRESS SHOP 9:30 5:30 off. Vickie Heifer, 2nd vice nyone wishing to reserve a table, president, read an inspiration- 3646 or 3206 al poem. On Oct. 26, the FHA _ _. CANTON, Me. , Wilton A. Bader, Notary Public   girls will prepare and serve a represenTaTive ,, -v_ dinner for Estfl Fretwell, as a ........ " ,, A A A A A AA-- = - . tuaents at Higmand High v--r-v-v-rv,v-'r-v'vr'v"v'vr'rvv'r'r W 1 fund raising projec .... .... School and Canton High  I ):] [ ] : :][ oo.LO-O- t,.or rlrner an.(] t, maa School who are interested in -- == wmmer gave a ua on me -Din ........ e " H regional meeting that they  g on o couege wm nav ... a l l the opportunity to talk with a   I! attended on Sept 30 It was r [kLmU 'q U - -- -- " " . epresentative of Culver- : !]  l l  l l vvv', --V.I. must buy her own pm and thatdecided that every memner StcktnCllege'Be " " is=,, 00cnwanxe g . tty Smith, an admssmns [e we are makm some chan es each member must memorize couns allableon I momentarily forget where some flowers andeardson Vlalen- HighSchool to answer stu- '' ne s a IO/ o I. .... tine Day, and have a bake dents questions about costs, 'ik ! 1 JS Iocatea. sale around Christmas time. admissions requirements, and  // mmUA. :...or Revlon Flex 8 oz. The idea was broughtup that other aspects of college. WllUVlll A.... D..a..zt ._ the FHA girls baby sit for the Students can make an SIP..=. .... " ...............  parents thatareattendingthe appointment totalkwithMrs, e yOU r.IAL g Corrective Conditioner. Adult Night Classes, who can't Smith through the office of the find babysitters, high school counselor. O '  Lori Hirner, Linda Whitak- "Students can meet with me % OFF 4 er, Diane Kern, Penny Kack-to talk about college in I.. Honest l .... v----  ley, Sue Sweet and sponsor, general, or,Culver-Stockton in . r ,.,    ........  Mrs. Sherry Boden, gave a particular, said Mrs. Smith. || k [_[i' r [| | ]= I= I=i.l skit that they learned at the "Now is the time students 111 .,- .,,kIll,.l .l I ,.,,I l) .,zll I Jl.  | |]|[|. 4 regional meeting, should begin thinking about Ill KA ( The creed was recited and where they want to attend. DO yOU want k . TIE, DON & GENE -- -j Mary Deters, president, clos- what they are interested in,  ed the meeting, and how much it will cost." = TouCHDoWN !"! A State Senator with no strings attached? g For Bud Miller Motor Co. A State Senator to work for lower taxes? C " " " AA StateState Senator to wor!_ for less regulatiOn?more MII Score Big Savings on this Week's Specials. 1976 Camero - power steering & brakes, air Senator who wllJ encourage cond., AM-FM radio, rally wheels, 350 V-8, auto- cooperatmn- between agencies? COUNTY OL NE S MenuforWeekofoc,.o Monday: Jack O'Lantern sandwich, witches brew, full seat season on sale at The adult season a person to all games. Rag- admission this varsity games is of a season the purchaser $4 attends all home !games. Tickets may by calling the !Week of Oct. 30 Y: hamburger on fries, ginger topping, peach, vegetable soup, cup, halloween tacos, lettuce, cheese, milk, pears, salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, ring. no school. Co. C-1 beets, peach half, bread, butter, milk. Tuesday: cat tails, haunted spirits, ghostly eyes, goblins delight, warlock and spooks, witches brew. Wednesday: fish filet on bun, potato salad, baked beans, bread, butter, milk, graham cracker cookie. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. LEWISTOWN SCHOOL Menu for Week of Oct. 30 Monday: chicken hash and biscuit, corn or peas, fruit, cake, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Tuesday: chili dog, sauer kraut or cauliflower, pumpkin pie, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Wednesday: chicken fried steak, French fries, slaw, fruit crisp, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. EWING SCHOOL ' National School Lunch Week Oct. 9-13 was National School Lunch Week. It was observed by the Ewing school with the invitation of parents and grandparents to eat lunch with their child or grandchild. There were 98 visitors who came throughout the week to eat with children in each grade level. Halloween Party On the afternoon of Oct. 31, interested parents will spon- sor an all-school Halloween party. This event, which will be held in the Ewing school gym, will allow the children to wear their scarry costumes for all to see and enjoy. Prizes will be given for the best costumes at that time. SCHOOL Week of Oct. 30 V: hot dog on bun, Sauerkraut, tater Ii trips. r: lasagna, green salad, ice cream and butter. juicy burger on corn, cole slaw, Pudding and Friday: no meeting. - SCHOOL of Oct. 30 spaghetti & meat salad, pickled Can & Will Booster Club WILL HOLD IT'S ANNUAL , SHOW & BAZAAR y, Nov. 4, 1978 moose, black cats, cat's meow. Tuesday: witches hair with owl sauce, half moons, eat eyes, icy claws and tomb- stones, cat's meow. Wednesday: ghost stew, grind stones, ghost sheets, witch stones and ghost chills, cat's'meow. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL Menu for Week of Oct. 30 Line A Monday: hamburgers, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Tuesday: hamburger, French fries, catsup, mustard, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. Wednesday: swiss steak, baked potato, cole slaw, ice cream, cookie, extra sand- wich, milk. Line B Monday: chili dog, baked beans, chips, peach crisp, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: chef salad, tuna salad, crackers, cookies, pud- cling, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: swiss steak, baked potato, cole slaw, ice cream, cookie, extra sand- wich, milk. Thursday and Friday: no school, teachers meeting. Brad Legg enters rabbits in Quincy show Brad Legg of Williamstown entered his Checkered Giant rabbits at the Quincy Area Rabbit Show. Entered were 10 of his rabbits which got the follow- ing platings: four 1st, three 2nds, two 3rds, and one 5th. i Highland FHA holds meeting Oct. 18 The Highland High School FHA met Wednesday, Oct. 18, in the gym. A game was Collect litter Girls in one of the Canton Brownie Troops demonstrated they could be good citizens. They collected four sacks full of trash along the sidewalks of two Canton streets. Pictured, from left to right, Kristine Edgar, Angela Dennison, Ann Allison, Heidi Lowe, Sarah Kenney, Arinda Axton, Michelle Norton, Lisa Raleigh, Tara Fretwell, Wendy Dochterman and LuAnne Zahn. Back row, leaders Delores Norton, Judy Edgar and Melanie Jacobs. Highland media center joins NEMO library network The Highland High School Media Center has recently become a member of the Northeast Missouri Library Network. The network is a library cooperative that is offering special services to all types of libraries in a 12-county area. The two year pilot project is being funded by a grant from the state library and sponsored by the Northeast Missouri State Uni- versity Library. The network member li- braries, such as the Highland the vast resources of major libraries for special research projects, units of study, or topics of personal interest. Requests for specific book titles or general topics may be given to the school librarian, Mrs. Paula Wallace, who will sent it to the network. Although there are five other networks in Missouri, the NEMO Network is the first to encourage the full involvment of school libraries. In addition to a growing number of school libraries the NEW STEEL ROOFING $008.00 "". 26 Ga. Gal. - 21/:" Corrig. 5',6',8',I0',& 12'x40" SCHWARTZ MFG. SALEM, M0. 65560 (314) 729-3611 or 7007 Brochures upon request WHOLESALE in Large Ouantitm Media Center, can send requests for specific titles or materials on a certain subject to the network office in Kirksville where they are processed the same day they are received. Either they are filled from the university library collection or from one of the other member libriaries or they are sent through the state network to be filled from one of Missouri's large re- source collections. The media center will pay nothing for this service except return postage for the books borrow- ed. Network membership will all6',v " , tchePs arid area residents to draw upon r County students to meet with C-S SEE THE (Aroma of FalIFashions after you watch the ..00omecomrng parade on Saturday See ALL that's new for FALL CANTON, Me, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 . A dlL AlL JL JL JIL.  A  JIL JIL 11 all A" J+JIK'Jll  STATE BANK NO. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF Canton State Bank OF CANTON IN THE STATIC OF MISSOURI, AND DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 30, 1978 F DON'1" MISS AN ISSUE Check the date on your mailing address ASSETS MLi. Tho. Cash and due from hanks ............................ 905 U.S. Treasury securities ............................. 1 432 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .......................... 2 $22 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ....... 2 5,59 a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) .... 8,605 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ....... 60 c. Loans, Net ......................................... 8 54S Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing hank premises ........... 182 Other assets ......................................... 34 TOTAL ASSETS ..................................... 16 179 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ..................... 4 427 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ..................... 8 629 Deposits of United States Government ................ 113 Deposits of States and political subdivisions .......... 93S Certified and officers' checks ........................ 41 TOTAL DEPOSITS ................................... 14 145 a. Total demand deposits ........................ 4,775 b. Total time and savings deposits . .............. 9,370 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ................... Other liabilities ...................................... 11 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................................ IS 006 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 2,000 b. No. shares outstanding 2,000 (Par value) .... 200 Surplus .............................................. 350 Undivided profits .................................... 623 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .......................... I 173 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ...... 16 179 MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from hanks .......................... 763 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ......................... 12 c. Total loans ........................................ 8 $21 d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more .................. 637 e. Total deposits ..................................... 14 150 f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ................... 588 Time deposits of $100,000 or more (as of call date): Time certificates of deposit in demoninations of $100,000 or more .................. 372 b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more .................................. 265 I, William A. Harbourn, Assistant Vice President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: William A. Harb0urn Robert E. Ayers, Frank H. Miller, Glenn A. Miller, Stephen J. Logsdon, Directors State of Missouri, County of Lewis, as: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th day of October, 1978, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. (SEAL) My commission expires September 23, 1982 matic, beautiful silver color, extra sharp, 15,000 miles. A State Senator who will work to return s1976gN:V?a nie.Door, V-g, automatic, power O more responsibility to local government? 1976 Cutlass., door: vinyl top, air cond., N ' Vote for Bill Schwanke power steering & brakes, in hke new condition. .,.w o,.,o0,o,o .o o o*** ! n ,o., oooo o,,.,, oooo o....o= s,, 0rin F. "Bill" Schwanke Bud Miller Motor Co. Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Oldsmobile CANTON  Paid for by Schwank. for soncor CommHtee, Connie Ray Trmurm'. II OO:ZOOOOOOOI[ .... played tostartthemeeting 00VENUE DRESS SHOP 9:30 5:30 off. Vickie Heifer, 2nd vice nyone wishing to reserve a table, president, read an inspiration- 3646 or 3206 al poem. On Oct. 26, the FHA _ _. CANTON, Me. , Wilton A. Bader, Notary Public   girls will prepare and serve a represenTaTive ,, -v_ dinner for Estfl Fretwell, as a ........ " ,, A A A A A AA-- = - . tuaents at Higmand High v--r-v-v-rv,v-'r-v'vr'v"v'vr'rvv'r'r W 1 fund raising projec .... .... School and Canton High  I ):] [ ] : :][ oo.LO-O- t,.or rlrner an.(] t, maa School who are interested in -- == wmmer gave a ua on me -Din ........ e " H regional meeting that they  g on o couege wm nav ... a l l the opportunity to talk with a   I! attended on Sept 30 It was r [kLmU 'q U - -- -- " " . epresentative of Culver- : !]  l l  l l vvv', --V.I. must buy her own pm and thatdecided that every memner StcktnCllege'Be " " is=,, 00cnwanxe g . tty Smith, an admssmns [e we are makm some chan es each member must memorize couns allableon I momentarily forget where some flowers andeardson Vlalen- HighSchool to answer stu- '' ne s a IO/ o I. .... tine Day, and have a bake dents questions about costs, 'ik ! 1 JS Iocatea. sale around Christmas time. admissions requirements, and  // mmUA. :...or Revlon Flex 8 oz. The idea was broughtup that other aspects of college. WllUVlll A.... D..a..zt ._ the FHA girls baby sit for the Students can make an SIP..=. .... " ...............  parents thatareattendingthe appointment totalkwithMrs, e yOU r.IAL g Corrective Conditioner. Adult Night Classes, who can't Smith through the office of the find babysitters, high school counselor. O '  Lori Hirner, Linda Whitak- "Students can meet with me % OFF 4 er, Diane Kern, Penny Kack-to talk about college in I.. Honest l .... v----  ley, Sue Sweet and sponsor, general, or,Culver-Stockton in . r ,.,    ........  Mrs. Sherry Boden, gave a particular, said Mrs. Smith. || k [_[i' r [| | ]= I= I=i.l skit that they learned at the "Now is the time students 111 .,- .,,kIll,.l .l I ,.,,I l) .,zll I Jl.  | |]|[|. 4 regional meeting, should begin thinking about Ill KA ( The creed was recited and where they want to attend. DO yOU want k . TIE, DON & GENE -- -j Mary Deters, president, clos- what they are interested in,  ed the meeting, and how much it will cost." = TouCHDoWN !"! A State Senator with no strings attached? g For Bud Miller Motor Co. A State Senator to work for lower taxes? C " " " AA StateState Senator to wor!_ for less regulatiOn?more MII Score Big Savings on this Week's Specials. 1976 Camero - power steering & brakes, air Senator who wllJ encourage cond., AM-FM radio, rally wheels, 350 V-8, auto- cooperatmn- between agencies?