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SETS RECORD -- Steve 8eoggln heads for the side- lines after catching this pass in Friday&apos;s game against Mark Twain. Scoggin set a Highland record for most catches in a season with 42. ; The Cougars won over home- coming foe Mark Twain 33-12. Highland Coach (Continued from Page I) coaching job in the area. He began looking for a job as a coach and teacher. He looked at Knox County High School near Edina, but no teaching position was open at that time. That's when Highland inter- cepted. Lou Predmore, principal of Highland High School, was looking for a football coach and asked Knox County Superintendent John Thomas if he knew a man that wanted a coaching job. Thomas referred David Long to Pred- more Long's ideas on education agreed with Predmore's and was hired as an administra- tive assistant at Highland. In addition to coaching, Long handles attendance and discipline, and teaches Mis- souri history and economics He's in charge of the whole bewis County C-1 School's f(tball system -- LaGrange and Lewistown junior high, Highland's freshmen, and the varsity football squad. The M-year .old ex-pro ball player admitted that because he didn't start working until July 15, it was a slow start. He noted that the varsity football record (2-5-1 including Friday's homecoming victory over Mark Twain high school) was indicative of the late start. "We're slowly, but surely putting the system together." The coach is optimistic about upcoming freshmen and about next season. He's also pleased with his football staff. Steve Bevans is the fresh- man coach, graduated from Northeast Missouri State Uni- versity, Kirksville, and does the scouting. He also played at Marceline high school which has a strong footall team. Mark Blanchard is the defensive coordinator, who went to grade school with the man that plays Epstein on the television show "Welcome Back Kotter" Blanchard graduated from Grinnell Uni- versity in Grinnell, Ia. Jim Dulin attended the same high school that Long did, was All-American in football at William Penn, and is offensive coordinator at Highland. "So we do have some talent here," Long said. David Long does miss playing pro football. "Athletes of football are one of the tightest fraternities. Football is a lot like war -- the feeling some players is comparable to that of soldiers. You experience love, hate, friendships, victory, disap- pointments, and the together- ness. I also miss the hitting. I'd be lying if I said I didn't." But Long came back to football as a coach because he wanted to help kids. "I'm not a knight in shining armor, but it's (helping kids) a payment back to sports for what it has done to me." The coach's parents are still in Iowa, and his family is still in the State of Louisiana. He plans to bring one of his daughters up around Christ- mas time and move the rest of the family in the spring. He believes that his wife enjoyed being a football player's wife, and also added that he didn't think being a football player's wife was as rough as being a baseball I II IIIII 1 I I .... player's wife, because in football the team would only be gone, for the most part, on week ends. "It takes a strong under- standing woman to be a professional football player's wife." The guy who used to play football for a major college team, two pro football teams where he received several "player of the week" awards, and was for a while a street cop, now coaches high school football at Highland High School near Ewing. "I like where I'm at now. I love working with kids. Every day is a new day. I think I've found my place." Canton cyclist pedals 169 miles on solo adventure Mike Terry of Canton stops at Palmyra and Hanni- aturday. His wife, Sandra, completed a 2-day hike hike last week, that resulted in 169.4 miles covered in two days. Terry, who manages the P. N. Hirsch Store in Canton, pedaled his 10-speed bicycle from Canton to Dupe, Ill., across from St. Louis, where his mother resides. He looked upon the trip as a "chal- lenge," and he and fellow bike enthusiast Joe Bran had planned the trip for some time. Although Bran was unable to go, Terry took a week's vacation and used two of the days for his bike trip. Leaving Canton at 6 a.m. Tuesday, he arrived at his destination at 10:50 p.m. Wednesday. Enroute he made hal, spending the first night in Bowling Green. He traveled about 69 miles the first day, accomplishing 100 miles, at speeds up to 40 m.p.h, on the final day, that included a two-hour layover at Wentz- ville, visiting the Hirsch store there. Terry said head winds out of the southeast most of Wednes- day was the worst weather feature, with cool and sunny days that were near ideal for biking. He traveled down Route 61 to 170 into St. Louis, and crossed into Illinois on the Poplar Street bridge. The trip was a one-way venture, with his wife picking him up at Dupo for the return trip presented him with a home- made trophy in recognition of the feat. Terry said he received a lot of encouragement from people he met along the way, and said the drivers on the highway were unusually po- lite. He, in turn, assisted a stranded motorist and family, who had a broken radiator hose, and were marooned along the side of the road. "It was something you might want to do once," said Terry, adding that boredom was one of the worst features. "If I do it again, I would take three days to make the trip, and have someone along for conversation," said Terry. Win primes Wildcats for Homecoming Homecoming and a two- game winning streak will provide the incentive for the Culver-Stockton Wildcats when they host the Peru State Bobcats-from Peru, Nebr. Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The Wildcats.. have been away from Ellison Poulton Stadium for more than a month but return with a 3-4 record after getting the season off to a slow 0-3 start. Culver-Stockton's string of three wins in the last four games was climaxed last week with a 27-0 win over Tarkio College in Tarkio. "The team is playing to- gether now better than they have all season," said Culver- Stockton coach Jerry Maulin. "Everyone has been playing with a lot of intensity and emotion which has allowed them to play up to their capabilities. It's hard to single out any one individual who is doing well because everyone has been doing their share. Last week, we had several players out with injuries, but someone else picked up the slack and kept us going. That's a mark of a good team." Junior running back Hank Collins was one of the individuals who helped "pick up the slack." He rushed for 102 yards on 26 carries while the Wildcats' leading rusher Jeff We[[man was unable to play because of injuries. When the Wildcats' of- fensive attack was slowed down by Tarkio, Quincy junior Steve O'Quinn managed to salvage two drives by kicking field goals of 37 and 17 yards. O'Quinn is the team's leading scorer with 35 points in seven games. For the second consecutive week, the Wildcats' defense back Alvin Holder heads the Bobcats' ground game and is the fourth nationally-ranked running back the Wildcats' defense has faced in four weeks. So far this season, the Wildcats' defense has done well against nationally ranked offenses. Culver-Stockton has limited opponents to only 111 yards rushing a game and held Tarkio to only 159 yards on the ground, compared to Tarkio's previous rushing having lost to Tarkio College earlier in the season 10-0. However, they are coming off one of their biggest games of the year as they played Chadron State to a 21-21 tie last week. Chadron was ranked eighth in the nation (NAIA) going into the game. Culver-Stockton's defense will again have its hands full as it faces another potent running attack and individual standout. Sophomore running Lewistown Cougar Cats end perfect season of the players already men- tioned and defensive guards, Brian Wilke and Lewis Brad- ley. Also providing key per- formances this season were Mark Lickfeld, Jim McIntosh, Paul Murfin, and the remain- der of the team: Bane Kroeger, Keith Mobbs, David Sparks, David Bugh, Alex Vincent, Mark Forrest, Randy The Lewistown Junior High School Cougar Cats climaxed a perfect season with an 18-6 victory over tough Clark County last Tuesday, Oct. 17. The game was not decided until .a late fourth quarter touch(hwn by Lewistown quarterback, Rodney Bringer, behind the blocking of center, Scott Dehner, and guards, average of almost 280 yards a game. Peru State has maintained an average of 198 yards per game on the ground. Peru State leads the series with Culver-Stockton 6-2, in- cluding last season's 42-14 win over the Wildcats and a 14-7 victory during the Wildcats' 1976 homecoming game. Next week, Culver-Stockton will host St. Ambrose College from Davenport, In., in a 1:30 p.m. game which will also be part of the college's "Parents Weekend" activities. Highland Band boosters trap shoot Nov. 4 The Highland Band Boosters will sponsor a trap shoot at the Deer Ridge Wildlife Area on Saturday, Nov. 4, begin- ning at 1 p.m. Cash prizes will be award- ed. Drinks and baked food items will be available on the grounds. Cain, Kevin Spratt, Mike m.m.,,,.,lf-- " Sparks, Eric Cary, Scott Phillips' Tm Watkins' Tim 0 B Goings, Jay Strub, Cletus Dixon, Daniel Mittleberg, Rodney Cunningham, Jarett CANTON. MO. Hunter, Jay Houghton, Roger THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Campen and Ronald Krueger. Billy Sparks and Mark Hue- better. In the big win for the .cats there were several key blocks by all the linemen with tackles Randy Lay and Mike Plant, and ends David Sparks and Tony Friedlein doing their usually impressive jobs. Car- rying the ball for two Lewistown touchdowns was Brian Leerhoff. The victory was a team effort and could not have been possible without the usual hard and excellent running of Ronnie Manley and the fine running of Mickie Fellinger, Phillip Murfin and Jeff Gei- sendorfer. Lewistown's season included a 106-14 scoring edge over their opponehts. This impres- Tom Jordan, head coach, and Mark Kitzing, assistant couach, respectively, beth feel that this season the players learned a little football, had some fun, and learned a lot about themselves. In addition to the win over Clark County, Lewistown's impressive season included a 14-0 victory over Knox County, a 48-0 win over Warsaw, and a 26-8 defeat of Scotland County. Miss Deborah Marquardt is sponsor of the cheerleaders, PNJ WANT ADS PAY! If you want financing for a new or same friendly professional you'd trust to insure it: your nearby MFA Insurance Agent! Volkmer named NRA Leg Congressman Harold Volk- ner has been named "Legisla- tor of the Year" by the National Rifle Association (NRA), it has been announc- ed. According to NRA. Volkmer was one of 12 and Senators to award which a recognition efforts ag control legislafl- FMng t Horse Trailers - Flat Bed Stock Trailers Grain Trailers For any size or kind of trailer would need contact Larry Coon 217-222-0212 or or Craig A. Hinton 314- 288-3061 BOUQUETS TO CULVER.STOCKTOH! ON IT'S 125 e a, y Decorate your home for Homecoming with fall c ments, bouquets & flowers. WE EUVEe Canton, Me. m: .S Visit With Cong HAROLD L. VOL Sat., October 28, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Culver-Stockton Homecoming Parade 11:00a.m.. 11:30a.m. Democratic Headq H. 4th Street paid for by Volkmer for Congress P.O. Box 991, Hannibal, Mo. 63A01" Bonnie Epperson, Treasuror. OVEN-RAN(00- SALE! held theiroppenentsscoreless . 3 oil to run their string of consecu- tive scoreless quarters to sive edge could not have been and Robert Wallace is princi- Mrs. Harold Logsdon, patty Faust, Lois FeldkonP - --=-- +- -- - - "- --=--: -  - " -:" eight. Much of the credit for of Junior HarVeY,' Mrs. bn Job & Mrs. Fm/e ReeS. Poir of .'::,: :ii::=:*:.:.::::: ................................... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::<.::: the consecutive shutouts goes possible without the outstand- pal the Lewistown Judy Ecoff, ch..,.'.  kd.os JOE & W/tNflJ, iii! iiii.'..'!!.'.:!ii!i :'::">'""." ...................... ,,.', i !iiii;i :-"-[ to the defense's ability to ing defensive efforts of many High School. decorator lampS   _- -- i!i =::  1 ........ iiiiiiiiii!ii i frce key turnvers' accrd'i:'i W he financed  .... *:**:: :=:! ing to Maulin. The Wildcats " "    -" In apprecioffon we .:.% i. i:.  , . intercepted two Tark,o passes, >i' - "   extending our sale prices through i R0--SIS to run their interception total <i :ii T * to 20, and recovered five end of October. Following are some of the Fur , 0000II)i , our newcar? N i;iii! !!i record into Saturday's game, i "'i ]--'- ] STAY-UP ,..'..-i "--'='"= ='=" j RflFjl m" ..... = ["| '. " - ....... _ " "L--'__--'--'-- . i, 'piece. maple Reg.dining' 1431. s5rm groUP.sALE (J)rr'=----F' I s' I "::> . ;: .'.,'::L: | Cattle rustling, which most !i:is.i [people thought went outl 7 piece pecan dining room group. :<.>:'.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !;=iiii::iiiiiiiiiiliii with the James Boys, has| [been steadily increasin00j , ,, * *529 40ituRAN c EvAy Ame r | with rising hecf prices" Ai < REAT LOW PRICE! J important determent i., / Reg. 779 SALE | branding. The best method l t ModeIRC548W . of identification of Iost, l and clock [] Full-widlh     [strayed or stolen cattle ; cooktop lamp [] Lift-off . JIkB11r l include; branding, tagging'l // oven window door [] Sur- tllllll'lF ' I1111 Itattooing and bana'ing]l 9 piece clark pine dining room group, ill' face unit "ON" light, aWW/T V!  Another reason to identifYl ' . lanimals is the control oil " Reg. s1899.91 SALE VALUE-PACKED 30 HOTP . J costly animal diseases. Only l " OlNT RANGEr I through comprehensive I :animalidentificationcanthe| Copper tweed sofa and chair. I source of a threatening live I l-]Easy-to-clean30" , stock disease be tracea, and' MFA Insurance; ,., .,,,.,, s,,, oven-range[:[ Stay-up Iwhen you can pinpoint thei . Calrod surface units [] : source, you can control the I  --''- ,u,,o, hat's who! I spread, in 1977, 27.3 million I Model RB525T Icattle were backtagged,: i Green tweed sofa and chair. I compared with 1.4 milhon 14 1 - I I ' S  ' 253" ]years before. The livestock| ,.,, Reg. 439.98 SALE ( .l industry is aware of the i ) jolt $ (The folks with the Shield.) |cation system. The identifi-I used or ,00ck, a bo00t Plus Many Morel ' Icatin of healthy animals I or recreational vehicle, just call the @ |can result in an improved[ I. reputation for producers,. | fewer restrictions on the I customers who helped We would like to thank all our Mends and the door F tilt@ make our Grand Opening such a success- winners at are: I gallon of Zerex, Mary Wurtzhorger, Wilfred Shumate, Harry i movement of livestock duel to health r..equirements and I greater efficiency in hard-  management. And that's al I benefit to livestock owners, I I market operators and I : consumers. I " I .Farm & Oty Supply. 1311D & LEWIS. CANTON, MO[ "QUM,,i IT PRODUCTS FOB THE HOME AND FAJM" I DISTRIBUTORS OF | 507 CLARK T.-  CANTON. Me. PHONE 314-20S-3429 / FAI6M 8 HOME NEEDS. I _ Illll[ll II I I I I I III Ill mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TERRY FRETwELL Phone 314,288.3734 Lewistown & Canton, Mo. "Affiliate-MFA Secunty Service Company' AI/ltO FURNITURE STORE  440 CLARK ST. Come in at 440 Clark Street for some great furniture SETS RECORD -- Steve 8eoggln heads for the side- lines after catching this pass in Friday's game against Mark Twain. Scoggin set a Highland record for most catches in a season with 42. ; The Cougars won over home- coming foe Mark Twain 33-12. Highland Coach (Continued from Page I) coaching job in the area. He began looking for a job as a coach and teacher. He looked at Knox County High School near Edina, but no teaching position was open at that time. That's when Highland inter- cepted. Lou Predmore, principal of Highland High School, was looking for a football coach and asked Knox County Superintendent John Thomas if he knew a man that wanted a coaching job. Thomas referred David Long to Pred- more Long's ideas on education agreed with Predmore's and was hired as an administra- tive assistant at Highland. In addition to coaching, Long handles attendance and discipline, and teaches Mis- souri history and economics He's in charge of the whole bewis County C-1 School's f(tball system -- LaGrange and Lewistown junior high, Highland's freshmen, and the varsity football squad. The M-year .old ex-pro ball player admitted that because he didn't start working until July 15, it was a slow start. He noted that the varsity football record (2-5-1 including Friday's homecoming victory over Mark Twain high school) was indicative of the late start. "We're slowly, but surely putting the system together." The coach is optimistic about upcoming freshmen and about next season. He's also pleased with his football staff. Steve Bevans is the fresh- man coach, graduated from Northeast Missouri State Uni- versity, Kirksville, and does the scouting. He also played at Marceline high school which has a strong footall team. Mark Blanchard is the defensive coordinator, who went to grade school with the man that plays Epstein on the television show "Welcome Back Kotter" Blanchard graduated from Grinnell Uni- versity in Grinnell, Ia. Jim Dulin attended the same high school that Long did, was All-American in football at William Penn, and is offensive coordinator at Highland. "So we do have some talent here," Long said. David Long does miss playing pro football. "Athletes of football are one of the tightest fraternities. Football is a lot like war -- the feeling some players is comparable to that of soldiers. You experience love, hate, friendships, victory, disap- pointments, and the together- ness. I also miss the hitting. I'd be lying if I said I didn't." But Long came back to football as a coach because he wanted to help kids. "I'm not a knight in shining armor, but it's (helping kids) a payment back to sports for what it has done to me." The coach's parents are still in Iowa, and his family is still in the State of Louisiana. He plans to bring one of his daughters up around Christ- mas time and move the rest of the family in the spring. He believes that his wife enjoyed being a football player's wife, and also added that he didn't think being a football player's wife was as rough as being a baseball I II IIIII 1 I I .... player's wife, because in football the team would only be gone, for the most part, on week ends. "It takes a strong under- standing woman to be a professional football player's wife." The guy who used to play football for a major college team, two pro football teams where he received several "player of the week" awards, and was for a while a street cop, now coaches high school football at Highland High School near Ewing. "I like where I'm at now. I love working with kids. Every day is a new day. I think I've found my place." Canton cyclist pedals 169 miles on solo adventure Mike Terry of Canton stops at Palmyra and Hanni- aturday. His wife, Sandra, completed a 2-day hike hike last week, that resulted in 169.4 miles covered in two days. Terry, who manages the P. N. Hirsch Store in Canton, pedaled his 10-speed bicycle from Canton to Dupe, Ill., across from St. Louis, where his mother resides. He looked upon the trip as a "chal- lenge," and he and fellow bike enthusiast Joe Bran had planned the trip for some time. Although Bran was unable to go, Terry took a week's vacation and used two of the days for his bike trip. Leaving Canton at 6 a.m. Tuesday, he arrived at his destination at 10:50 p.m. Wednesday. Enroute he made hal, spending the first night in Bowling Green. He traveled about 69 miles the first day, accomplishing 100 miles, at speeds up to 40 m.p.h, on the final day, that included a two-hour layover at Wentz- ville, visiting the Hirsch store there. Terry said head winds out of the southeast most of Wednes- day was the worst weather feature, with cool and sunny days that were near ideal for biking. He traveled down Route 61 to 170 into St. Louis, and crossed into Illinois on the Poplar Street bridge. The trip was a one-way venture, with his wife picking him up at Dupo for the return trip presented him with a home- made trophy in recognition of the feat. Terry said he received a lot of encouragement from people he met along the way, and said the drivers on the highway were unusually po- lite. He, in turn, assisted a stranded motorist and family, who had a broken radiator hose, and were marooned along the side of the road. "It was something you might want to do once," said Terry, adding that boredom was one of the worst features. "If I do it again, I would take three days to make the trip, and have someone along for conversation," said Terry. Win primes Wildcats for Homecoming Homecoming and a two- game winning streak will provide the incentive for the Culver-Stockton Wildcats when they host the Peru State Bobcats-from Peru, Nebr. Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The Wildcats.. have been away from Ellison Poulton Stadium for more than a month but return with a 3-4 record after getting the season off to a slow 0-3 start. Culver-Stockton's string of three wins in the last four games was climaxed last week with a 27-0 win over Tarkio College in Tarkio. "The team is playing to- gether now better than they have all season," said Culver- Stockton coach Jerry Maulin. "Everyone has been playing with a lot of intensity and emotion which has allowed them to play up to their capabilities. It's hard to single out any one individual who is doing well because everyone has been doing their share. Last week, we had several players out with injuries, but someone else picked up the slack and kept us going. That's a mark of a good team." Junior running back Hank Collins was one of the individuals who helped "pick up the slack." He rushed for 102 yards on 26 carries while the Wildcats' leading rusher Jeff We[[man was unable to play because of injuries. When the Wildcats' of- fensive attack was slowed down by Tarkio, Quincy junior Steve O'Quinn managed to salvage two drives by kicking field goals of 37 and 17 yards. O'Quinn is the team's leading scorer with 35 points in seven games. For the second consecutive week, the Wildcats' defense back Alvin Holder heads the Bobcats' ground game and is the fourth nationally-ranked running back the Wildcats' defense has faced in four weeks. So far this season, the Wildcats' defense has done well against nationally ranked offenses. Culver-Stockton has limited opponents to only 111 yards rushing a game and held Tarkio to only 159 yards on the ground, compared to Tarkio's previous rushing having lost to Tarkio College earlier in the season 10-0. However, they are coming off one of their biggest games of the year as they played Chadron State to a 21-21 tie last week. Chadron was ranked eighth in the nation (NAIA) going into the game. Culver-Stockton's defense will again have its hands full as it faces another potent running attack and individual standout. Sophomore running Lewistown Cougar Cats end perfect season of the players already men- tioned and defensive guards, Brian Wilke and Lewis Brad- ley. Also providing key per- formances this season were Mark Lickfeld, Jim McIntosh, Paul Murfin, and the remain- der of the team: Bane Kroeger, Keith Mobbs, David Sparks, David Bugh, Alex Vincent, Mark Forrest, Randy The Lewistown Junior High School Cougar Cats climaxed a perfect season with an 18-6 victory over tough Clark County last Tuesday, Oct. 17. The game was not decided until .a late fourth quarter touch(hwn by Lewistown quarterback, Rodney Bringer, behind the blocking of center, Scott Dehner, and guards, average of almost 280 yards a game. Peru State has maintained an average of 198 yards per game on the ground. Peru State leads the series with Culver-Stockton 6-2, in- cluding last season's 42-14 win over the Wildcats and a 14-7 victory during the Wildcats' 1976 homecoming game. Next week, Culver-Stockton will host St. Ambrose College from Davenport, In., in a 1:30 p.m. game which will also be part of the college's "Parents Weekend" activities. Highland Band boosters trap shoot Nov. 4 The Highland Band Boosters will sponsor a trap shoot at the Deer Ridge Wildlife Area on Saturday, Nov. 4, begin- ning at 1 p.m. Cash prizes will be award- ed. Drinks and baked food items will be available on the grounds. Cain, Kevin Spratt, Mike m.m.,,,.,lf-- " Sparks, Eric Cary, Scott Phillips' Tm Watkins' Tim 0 B Goings, Jay Strub, Cletus Dixon, Daniel Mittleberg, Rodney Cunningham, Jarett CANTON. MO. Hunter, Jay Houghton, Roger THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Campen and Ronald Krueger. Billy Sparks and Mark Hue- better. In the big win for the .cats there were several key blocks by all the linemen with tackles Randy Lay and Mike Plant, and ends David Sparks and Tony Friedlein doing their usually impressive jobs. Car- rying the ball for two Lewistown touchdowns was Brian Leerhoff. The victory was a team effort and could not have been possible without the usual hard and excellent running of Ronnie Manley and the fine running of Mickie Fellinger, Phillip Murfin and Jeff Gei- sendorfer. Lewistown's season included a 106-14 scoring edge over their opponehts. This impres- Tom Jordan, head coach, and Mark Kitzing, assistant couach, respectively, beth feel that this season the players learned a little football, had some fun, and learned a lot about themselves. In addition to the win over Clark County, Lewistown's impressive season included a 14-0 victory over Knox County, a 48-0 win over Warsaw, and a 26-8 defeat of Scotland County. Miss Deborah Marquardt is sponsor of the cheerleaders, PNJ WANT ADS PAY! If you want financing for a new or same friendly professional you'd trust to insure it: your nearby MFA Insurance Agent! Volkmer named NRA Leg Congressman Harold Volk- ner has been named "Legisla- tor of the Year" by the National Rifle Association (NRA), it has been announc- ed. According to NRA. Volkmer was one of 12 and Senators to award which a recognition efforts ag control legislafl- FMng t Horse Trailers - Flat Bed Stock Trailers Grain Trailers For any size or kind of trailer would need contact Larry Coon 217-222-0212 or or Craig A. Hinton 314- 288-3061 BOUQUETS TO CULVER.STOCKTOH! ON IT'S 125 e a, y Decorate your home for Homecoming with fall c ments, bouquets & flowers. WE EUVEe Canton, Me. m: .S Visit With Cong HAROLD L. VOL Sat., October 28, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Culver-Stockton Homecoming Parade 11:00a.m.. 11:30a.m. Democratic Headq H. 4th Street paid for by Volkmer for Congress P.O. Box 991, Hannibal, Mo. 63A01" Bonnie Epperson, Treasuror. OVEN-RAN(00- SALE! held theiroppenentsscoreless . 3 oil to run their string of consecu- tive scoreless quarters to sive edge could not have been and Robert Wallace is princi- Mrs. Harold Logsdon, patty Faust, Lois FeldkonP - --=-- +- -- - - "- --=--: -  - " -:" eight. Much of the credit for of Junior HarVeY,' Mrs. bn Job & Mrs. Fm/e ReeS. Poir of .'::,: :ii::=:*:.:.::::: ................................... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::<.::: the consecutive shutouts goes possible without the outstand- pal the Lewistown Judy Ecoff, ch..,.'.  kd.os JOE & W/tNflJ, iii! iiii.'..'!!.'.:!ii!i :'::">'""." ...................... ,,.', i !iiii;i :-"-[ to the defense's ability to ing defensive efforts of many High School. decorator lampS   _- -- i!i =::  1 ........ iiiiiiiiii!ii i frce key turnvers' accrd'i:'i W he financed  .... *:**:: :=:! ing to Maulin. The Wildcats " "    -" In apprecioffon we .:.% i. i:.  , . intercepted two Tark,o passes, >i' - "   extending our sale prices through i R0--SIS to run their interception total <i :ii T * to 20, and recovered five end of October. Following are some of the Fur , 0000II)i , our newcar? N i;iii! !!i record into Saturday's game, i "'i ]--'- ] STAY-UP ,..'..-i "--'='"= ='=" j RflFjl m" ..... = ["| '. " - ....... _ " "L--'__--'--'-- . i, 'piece. maple Reg.dining' 1431. s5rm groUP.sALE (J)rr'=----F' I s' I "::> . ;: .'.,'::L: | Cattle rustling, which most !i:is.i [people thought went outl 7 piece pecan dining room group. :<.>:'.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !;=iiii::iiiiiiiiiiliii with the James Boys, has| [been steadily increasin00j , ,, * *529 40ituRAN c EvAy Ame r | with rising hecf prices" Ai < REAT LOW PRICE! J important determent i., / Reg. 779 SALE | branding. The best method l t ModeIRC548W . of identification of Iost, l and clock [] Full-widlh     [strayed or stolen cattle ; cooktop lamp [] Lift-off . JIkB11r l include; branding, tagging'l // oven window door [] Sur- tllllll'lF ' I1111 Itattooing and bana'ing]l 9 piece clark pine dining room group, ill' face unit "ON" light, aWW/T V!  Another reason to identifYl ' . lanimals is the control oil " Reg. s1899.91 SALE VALUE-PACKED 30 HOTP . J costly animal diseases. Only l " OlNT RANGEr I through comprehensive I :animalidentificationcanthe| Copper tweed sofa and chair. I source of a threatening live I l-]Easy-to-clean30" , stock disease be tracea, and' MFA Insurance; ,., .,,,.,, s,,, oven-range[:[ Stay-up Iwhen you can pinpoint thei . Calrod surface units [] : source, you can control the I  --''- ,u,,o, hat's who! I spread, in 1977, 27.3 million I Model RB525T Icattle were backtagged,: i Green tweed sofa and chair. I compared with 1.4 milhon 14 1 - I I ' S  ' 253" ]years before. The livestock| ,.,, Reg. 439.98 SALE ( .l industry is aware of the i ) jolt $ (The folks with the Shield.) |cation system. The identifi-I used or ,00ck, a bo00t Plus Many Morel ' Icatin of healthy animals I or recreational vehicle, just call the @ |can result in an improved[ I. reputation for producers,. | fewer restrictions on the I customers who helped We would like to thank all our Mends and the door F tilt@ make our Grand Opening such a success- winners at are: I gallon of Zerex, Mary Wurtzhorger, Wilfred Shumate, Harry i movement of livestock duel to health r..equirements and I greater efficiency in hard-  management. And that's al I benefit to livestock owners, I I market operators and I : consumers. I " I .Farm & Oty Supply. 1311D & LEWIS. CANTON, MO[ "QUM,,i IT PRODUCTS FOB THE HOME AND FAJM" I DISTRIBUTORS OF | 507 CLARK T.-  CANTON. Me. PHONE 314-20S-3429 / FAI6M 8 HOME NEEDS. I _ Illll[ll II I I I I I III Ill mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TERRY FRETwELL Phone 314,288.3734 Lewistown & Canton, Mo. "Affiliate-MFA Secunty Service Company' AI/ltO FURNITURE STORE  440 CLARK ST. 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