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Bowling News Lewis County League led by Bill Ayers Oilers 679 775 795 204-556 split with FR Outlaws 702 668 646 Alan Crist Ford 201 and 481 Gary Lupardus Hinton Trucking 844 819 885 3 points Std. Machine 921 875 889 Implement, Golden 219, Franks 552 ReaRy's Lynn Freeman Corner 731 754 714 took 4 points Moormans 790 780 733 Eagles. Maywood Ludwig 182, Bailey 498 and Tour- Carpet Wagon 746 807 850 split. Canton KQCARadio 747 714 616 4 points from L. Gantt 189 and 533 as Bill Childress Fleer Feed the Locker. Tunnies FB Ins. 827 731 736 Schafer 194 and 520 County League Oilers post a 2 Town & Country League over Fox River A Division Franks a 207 Bud Camp- Lewistown Bank 720 713 817 T&SSales 779 806 788 game; Jeff Dodson series; Denny Leslie 200, Wolfmeyer 567 542 series and HintonTrucking 868 811 938 Reserve Life 835 783 797 a 214 game, A. Krueger 200, has Standard Ma- A. Hinton 530 a 2685 team out Hinton Truck- Bank of LaBelle 721 696 712 Chuck Gaus LG Super Valu 708 797 736 | series. Moormans Dudgeon 179, Franks 470 Corner. BevansGarage 801 742 796 a 533 series and Busy Bee Cafe 747 892 778 Eisenbeiss 203 and 527 a 512 series as won 2 over Bailey's Funeral 799 839 852 Ray Schafer a Paul's Service 817 850 854 Tonnies Farm Slater 205, Munzlinger 591 Town & Country League El HartzeU B Division as Canton Metal Canton Metal 652 753 649 with Panther's Panthers Pub 741 730 596 R Electronics Hartzell 199 and 503 over Superior DoubleR 758 815 823 had Bruce Uhl- Superior Steel 745 797 811 522 series. B. Uhlmeyer 202 and 522 Industries shut Canton Towing 604 629 582 Marine Towing. Noba Ind. 664 713 661 521 series and Kern 195 and 474 a 235 game, Moormans 767 772 734 Martin-Propst a Martin-Propst 746 854 839 t Over Moormans. Taylor 235 and 579 a 533 series B&H TV Jim's 799 718 799 had Jim J. Spurgeon 194, a 567 series as Danforth 533 Service won 3 Lewistown Bank. Powder Puff League a 200 game, 500 Fleer Feed 619 673 712 Hinton a 530 Canton Bank 654 716 668 Reserve Life Dodd 170, Fleer 484 LaGrange Super Bank of Monti. 639 615 627 win over Bank Logsdon Oil 689 630 606 Kenny Williams a Munzlinger 170, Sparks 478 , 519 series for Ready Mix 670 714 l Danny Eisenbeiss Canton Locker 709 715 527 series for Childress 178 and 501 as the team's Holberts Sales 598 662 6571t Art Shirey a 508 F & M Bank 708 747 774 Hinton a 512 Schnitzer 200 and 530 Vic Munzlinger a Ayers Oil Co. 724 662 616 series as Paul's Reserve Life 59"/ 662 600 won 4 points Ferguson 172 and 464 Funeral Home. Harold Novinger Monday Early League Slater a 205 Van Agencies 779 820 767 and Bob Farr Palmyra Saving 861 766 752 Crist 216, Lupardus 578 GARKIE IUCTION COMPANY LaGrar.je. Missouri GARglE PH. 314-655-4126 -- CUSTOM BULLDOZING -- GO]PER . I"KT BLADE . POWER SHIFT OPERATOR " EXPERIENCE ,t COMPETfflVE RATES SOIL CONSERVATION PAYS m The Modern Farmer Uses A BANK LOAN To Best Serve His Long Term Credit Needs BUY LAND IMPROVE LAND REFINANCE DEBTS CONSTRUCT BUILDINGS . .'.IT'S A '-:.::!:.: LAND BANK ::i A NEW AGRICULTURE-"..", Iii NEW WAYS .-.." "" ':" "' farmers are using an increasing of credit to meet unprecedented and challenges. And with increased y_now permitted by the Farm Credit Land Bank will help more people in _ys. Let's work together.., to build a place for you and your family in a prosperous agriculture. SAM BERENDZEN Asst. Vice President Land llemk Assn. o4F Nolh East lVUssouri - Canton .outs. ,o - 2 T--d, I=  ,,,. s. 7o' DuJ'ham Tennis Tourney winners Despite chilly temperatures and windy weather, the Durham Tennis Tournament for local competitors got underway with final play last weekend. Starting off the play was the women's singles match be- tween Judy Toliver and Mary Johnson, which" also proved to be the closet match of the day, ending in sudden death play-off. Toliver took first place over Johnson with the final scores of 7-5, 2-6, 7-6. Following this was the men's singles in which Kenny- Cludray was up against Dennis Toliver. Toliver won 7-5, 6-2. The afternoon play started off with the women's doubles. Mary Johnson Betty Jo Wikowsky took first place over Carol Hoteling - Ruthie Johnson 64, 5-7, 6-4. Finalists in the mixed doubles were Dennis and Judy Toliver winning over Run and Mary Johnson, 7-5, 6-4. Men's doubles and girls singles were played the previous week with the first and second place finalists being Dean Wagy - Kenny Jett over Run Johnson Bill Johnson 6-4, 6-4. Girl's singles winner was Annetta Hoteling over Becky Johnson 6-0, 6-4. The trophies were presented to the winners by Mrs. Sandy Jett, coordinator of the tourn- ament. Cindy Clickner was in charge of the refreshment stand. All proceeds went to the Community Center for the upkeep of the grounds. FIRST PLACE WINNER in the girls division at the Durham tennis tournament was Annetta Hoteling, left, shown receiving her trophy from Sandy Jett, tournament coordinator. Add division IT] Fall Ru n CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Thompson Imp. 729 733 696 Jacksons 669 764 732 Ford 189, Webster 489 Eagles 712 782 759 Grt. Rvr. Realty 786 907 760 Lynn Hudnut 235 and 577 Maywood FD 675 658 696 TournearRoofing671 739 690 D. F. Griesbaum 180 and 491 Canton Locker 839 787 771 Ayers Oil Co. 96 767 700 OdcamO fid 51z Pin Up League Midtown 66 667 626. 634 MFAExchange 661 592 611 Stauffer 162 and 417 C&L CB Sales 593 599 542 McKenzieAuto 619 648 676 McCormick 205, J. Lay 490 Coffee Shop 647 702 687 Homer Dozing 657 644 731 Barry 184 and 499 Canton Insurance385 688 726 AyersOilerettes 699 714 675 Long 206, Whitlock 453 Seven Up Mixed League In-Laws 524 515 554 Lay's Plus One 440 517 501 Alvin Schnelle 178 and 474 Lucky Four 496 529 472 LinsonGarage 466 511 548 L. Linson 161 and 447 Jaws 564 533 524 Fearless Four 533 513 554 A. Manley 184, Z. Hartzell 465 Four Aces 540 577 592 Farm Bureau 618 538 529 M. Tonnies 176 and 473 Rocky Road 584 503 600 Brothers 592 586 593 B. Hinton 176 and 494 Lipstick League Freeman Corner 729 700 676 Don'sGrd. Ldr. 691 661 673 Dochterman 211 and 585 Eagles 839 713 774 Metropolitan Ins. 701 726 795 Childress 202 and 516 Martin-Propst 695 597 660 EllisonElectric 631 731 680 Hinkle 189 and 434 Hornet Care 728 726 666 KountryManor 653 729 665 Worsley 182, Murphy 462 Berhorst & Sons 662 639 689 Reserve Life 639 626 671 Sherwood 189, Murphy 440 to Herald- Whig A ninth division, for runners 30 to 39 years old, has been added to the meet schedule for Saturday's Quincy Herald- Whig Fall Run, Brian Cooper, meet director, has announced. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday with registra- tion at the Illinois Veterans Home, on 12th Street north of Locust in Ouincv The first event starts at 10 a.m. The division for the runners 30 and older was established late last week when runners flling into this category expressed an interest in such a race. The 30-39 division race will be a two-mile event. Like the other eight divi- sions in the meet, there is no entry fee for the 30-39 age group race. Women as well as men are welcome to enter this division. Trophies will be awarded to the top five finishers in all divisions and all other finishers will receive ribbons. The time schedule for the meet also has been announc- ed: 10 a.m., grade school girls (8th grade and younger), mile; 10:10 a.m., grade school boys, mile; 10:20 a.m., high school girls (high school and younger), two mile, and women's masters (40 and older), two miles; 10:40 a.m., 30-39 year olds, two miles, Masters, two miles and high school boys, 2 miles; 11 a.m. women's open, two miles; and 11:20 a.m., men's open four miles. For more information, con- tact Brian Cooper at The Herald-Whig, (217) 223-5100, Quincy. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the prayers, flowers, cards and visits I received while I was a patient in Blessing hospital. Your kindness will never he forgot- ten. + Clara R. Stokely PNJ WANT ADS PAY! WOMEN'S DOUBLES -- First place winners in the women's doubles at Durham last week were Betty Wikowsky and Mary Johnson, at left, while Ruthie Johnson and Carol Hoteling won second place. WOMEN'S SINGLES -- Champs in the Durham tournament women's singles were Mary Johnson, left, who won second and Judy ToHver, who took ton honors. Head Start in LaBeUe to host open house Head Start located in the LaBelle Presbyterian Church basement will host an open house for the public on Oct. 30, from 9:00-12:30. Governor Teasdale has proclaimed the week Oct. 30-Nov. 3 as Head Start Week. The children will be in regular session so actual classroom activities may be observed. During the week the Head Start parents have planned the following activities: Mon- day, open house, 9:00-12:30; Tuesday, trick or treating .with homemade masks; Wed- nesday, grandparents day. On Wednesday the grand- parents of the Head Sart children will he invited to spend the day and eat lunch with the children. Posters and pictures of the children will be in the windows of the LaBelle, Lewistown and Ewing merch- ants. Anyone wishing more infor- mation please call 816-462- 3689. CARD OF THANKS Thank you for the cards, flowers and visits while I was in Blessing hospital. + Richard L. Coartney One of the Best Energy Savers of Aft GENUINE BLE, SUN WORK FOR YOU! Make Your Own Storm Windows, Storm Doors, Porch Enclosures/ SO EASY ANYONE CAN DO ITl KEEPS OUT COLD CUT FLEX-O-GLASS TO SIZE " AND rACK OVER SCREENS i OR WINDOw OPENINGS! COSTS SO LITTLE ONLY _o00E 54 CAN AFFORD ITI 36" Wide Also 28" - 48" Widths WARP BROS. Chicago 60651 Pioneers in PlasticsSinceZ924 Take this ad to your Har0ware, Lumber or Bldg. ,Supply 5tore no substitutes--Get to , FLEX-O-GLASS. ;(/ MIXED DOUBLES -- Dennis and Judy Toliver, at left, were mixed doubles champions, and Run and Mary Johnson won second place. MEN'S SINGLES -- Dennis Toliver, left, won first in the men's singles at the Durham tennis tournament. Kenny Cludray won second place honors. | MEN'S DOUBLES -- F irst place winners in the men's doubles competition were Dean Wagy, at left, and Kenny [sill Fretwell has the time, the interest, the background, and the willingness to work hard to give the first district effec- tive representation in Jefferson City. .. He is a farmer and a lifelong resident of the first district. Estil Fretwell appreciates and understands the concerns of farmers and small communities. .. He has his M.A. in Public Administration and his B.S. in Education. .. He has worked four years with the Missouri State Legislature and can use this experience to be an effective representative. - .. He is working to seek your support; he will work hard for you. VOTE NOVEMBER 7TH FOR Estil Fretwell DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR State Representative Paid for by citizens for Fretwell, Jim McRoberts, Treas. Bowling News Lewis County League led by Bill Ayers Oilers 679 775 795 204-556 split with FR Outlaws 702 668 646 Alan Crist Ford 201 and 481 Gary Lupardus Hinton Trucking 844 819 885 3 points Std. Machine 921 875 889 Implement, Golden 219, Franks 552 ReaRy's Lynn Freeman Corner 731 754 714 took 4 points Moormans 790 780 733 Eagles. Maywood Ludwig 182, Bailey 498 and Tour- Carpet Wagon 746 807 850 split. Canton KQCARadio 747 714 616 4 points from L. Gantt 189 and 533 as Bill Childress Fleer Feed the Locker. Tunnies FB Ins. 827 731 736 Schafer 194 and 520 County League Oilers post a 2 Town & Country League over Fox River A Division Franks a 207 Bud Camp- Lewistown Bank 720 713 817 T&SSales 779 806 788 game; Jeff Dodson series; Denny Leslie 200, Wolfmeyer 567 542 series and HintonTrucking 868 811 938 Reserve Life 835 783 797 a 214 game, A. Krueger 200, has Standard Ma- A. Hinton 530 a 2685 team out Hinton Truck- Bank of LaBelle 721 696 712 Chuck Gaus LG Super Valu 708 797 736 | series. Moormans Dudgeon 179, Franks 470 Corner. BevansGarage 801 742 796 a 533 series and Busy Bee Cafe 747 892 778 Eisenbeiss 203 and 527 a 512 series as won 2 over Bailey's Funeral 799 839 852 Ray Schafer a Paul's Service 817 850 854 Tonnies Farm Slater 205, Munzlinger 591 Town & Country League El HartzeU B Division as Canton Metal Canton Metal 652 753 649 with Panther's Panthers Pub 741 730 596 R Electronics Hartzell 199 and 503 over Superior DoubleR 758 815 823 had Bruce Uhl- Superior Steel 745 797 811 522 series. B. Uhlmeyer 202 and 522 Industries shut Canton Towing 604 629 582 Marine Towing. Noba Ind. 664 713 661 521 series and Kern 195 and 474 a 235 game, Moormans 767 772 734 Martin-Propst a Martin-Propst 746 854 839 t Over Moormans. Taylor 235 and 579 a 533 series B&H TV Jim's 799 718 799 had Jim J. Spurgeon 194, a 567 series as Danforth 533 Service won 3 Lewistown Bank. Powder Puff League a 200 game, 500 Fleer Feed 619 673 712 Hinton a 530 Canton Bank 654 716 668 Reserve Life Dodd 170, Fleer 484 LaGrange Super Bank of Monti. 639 615 627 win over Bank Logsdon Oil 689 630 606 Kenny Williams a Munzlinger 170, Sparks 478 , 519 series for Ready Mix 670 714 l Danny Eisenbeiss Canton Locker 709 715 527 series for Childress 178 and 501 as the team's Holberts Sales 598 662 6571t Art Shirey a 508 F & M Bank 708 747 774 Hinton a 512 Schnitzer 200 and 530 Vic Munzlinger a Ayers Oil Co. 724 662 616 series as Paul's Reserve Life 59"/ 662 600 won 4 points Ferguson 172 and 464 Funeral Home. Harold Novinger Monday Early League Slater a 205 Van Agencies 779 820 767 and Bob Farr Palmyra Saving 861 766 752 Crist 216, Lupardus 578 GARKIE IUCTION COMPANY LaGrar.je. Missouri GARglE PH. 314-655-4126 -- CUSTOM BULLDOZING -- GO]PER . I"KT BLADE . POWER SHIFT OPERATOR " EXPERIENCE ,t COMPETfflVE RATES SOIL CONSERVATION PAYS m The Modern Farmer Uses A BANK LOAN To Best Serve His Long Term Credit Needs BUY LAND IMPROVE LAND REFINANCE DEBTS CONSTRUCT BUILDINGS . .'.IT'S A '-:.::!:.: LAND BANK ::i A NEW AGRICULTURE-"..", Iii NEW WAYS .-.." "" ':" "' farmers are using an increasing of credit to meet unprecedented and challenges. And with increased y_now permitted by the Farm Credit Land Bank will help more people in _ys. Let's work together.., to build a place for you and your family in a prosperous agriculture. SAM BERENDZEN Asst. Vice President Land llemk Assn. o4F Nolh East lVUssouri - Canton .outs. ,o - 2 T--d, I=  ,,,. s. 7o' DuJ'ham Tennis Tourney winners Despite chilly temperatures and windy weather, the Durham Tennis Tournament for local competitors got underway with final play last weekend. Starting off the play was the women's singles match be- tween Judy Toliver and Mary Johnson, which" also proved to be the closet match of the day, ending in sudden death play-off. Toliver took first place over Johnson with the final scores of 7-5, 2-6, 7-6. Following this was the men's singles in which Kenny- Cludray was up against Dennis Toliver. Toliver won 7-5, 6-2. The afternoon play started off with the women's doubles. Mary Johnson Betty Jo Wikowsky took first place over Carol Hoteling - Ruthie Johnson 64, 5-7, 6-4. Finalists in the mixed doubles were Dennis and Judy Toliver winning over Run and Mary Johnson, 7-5, 6-4. Men's doubles and girls singles were played the previous week with the first and second place finalists being Dean Wagy - Kenny Jett over Run Johnson Bill Johnson 6-4, 6-4. Girl's singles winner was Annetta Hoteling over Becky Johnson 6-0, 6-4. The trophies were presented to the winners by Mrs. Sandy Jett, coordinator of the tourn- ament. Cindy Clickner was in charge of the refreshment stand. All proceeds went to the Community Center for the upkeep of the grounds. FIRST PLACE WINNER in the girls division at the Durham tennis tournament was Annetta Hoteling, left, shown receiving her trophy from Sandy Jett, tournament coordinator. Add division IT] Fall Ru n CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Thompson Imp. 729 733 696 Jacksons 669 764 732 Ford 189, Webster 489 Eagles 712 782 759 Grt. Rvr. Realty 786 907 760 Lynn Hudnut 235 and 577 Maywood FD 675 658 696 TournearRoofing671 739 690 D. F. Griesbaum 180 and 491 Canton Locker 839 787 771 Ayers Oil Co. 96 767 700 OdcamO fid 51z Pin Up League Midtown 66 667 626. 634 MFAExchange 661 592 611 Stauffer 162 and 417 C&L CB Sales 593 599 542 McKenzieAuto 619 648 676 McCormick 205, J. Lay 490 Coffee Shop 647 702 687 Homer Dozing 657 644 731 Barry 184 and 499 Canton Insurance385 688 726 AyersOilerettes 699 714 675 Long 206, Whitlock 453 Seven Up Mixed League In-Laws 524 515 554 Lay's Plus One 440 517 501 Alvin Schnelle 178 and 474 Lucky Four 496 529 472 LinsonGarage 466 511 548 L. Linson 161 and 447 Jaws 564 533 524 Fearless Four 533 513 554 A. Manley 184, Z. Hartzell 465 Four Aces 540 577 592 Farm Bureau 618 538 529 M. Tonnies 176 and 473 Rocky Road 584 503 600 Brothers 592 586 593 B. Hinton 176 and 494 Lipstick League Freeman Corner 729 700 676 Don'sGrd. Ldr. 691 661 673 Dochterman 211 and 585 Eagles 839 713 774 Metropolitan Ins. 701 726 795 Childress 202 and 516 Martin-Propst 695 597 660 EllisonElectric 631 731 680 Hinkle 189 and 434 Hornet Care 728 726 666 KountryManor 653 729 665 Worsley 182, Murphy 462 Berhorst & Sons 662 639 689 Reserve Life 639 626 671 Sherwood 189, Murphy 440 to Herald- Whig A ninth division, for runners 30 to 39 years old, has been added to the meet schedule for Saturday's Quincy Herald- Whig Fall Run, Brian Cooper, meet director, has announced. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday with registra- tion at the Illinois Veterans Home, on 12th Street north of Locust in Ouincv The first event starts at 10 a.m. The division for the runners 30 and older was established late last week when runners flling into this category expressed an interest in such a race. The 30-39 division race will be a two-mile event. Like the other eight divi- sions in the meet, there is no entry fee for the 30-39 age group race. Women as well as men are welcome to enter this division. Trophies will be awarded to the top five finishers in all divisions and all other finishers will receive ribbons. The time schedule for the meet also has been announc- ed: 10 a.m., grade school girls (8th grade and younger), mile; 10:10 a.m., grade school boys, mile; 10:20 a.m., high school girls (high school and younger), two mile, and women's masters (40 and older), two miles; 10:40 a.m., 30-39 year olds, two miles, Masters, two miles and high school boys, 2 miles; 11 a.m. women's open, two miles; and 11:20 a.m., men's open four miles. For more information, con- tact Brian Cooper at The Herald-Whig, (217) 223-5100, Quincy. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the prayers, flowers, cards and visits I received while I was a patient in Blessing hospital. Your kindness will never he forgot- ten. + Clara R. Stokely PNJ WANT ADS PAY! WOMEN'S DOUBLES -- First place winners in the women's doubles at Durham last week were Betty Wikowsky and Mary Johnson, at left, while Ruthie Johnson and Carol Hoteling won second place. WOMEN'S SINGLES -- Champs in the Durham tournament women's singles were Mary Johnson, left, who won second and Judy ToHver, who took ton honors. Head Start in LaBeUe to host open house Head Start located in the LaBelle Presbyterian Church basement will host an open house for the public on Oct. 30, from 9:00-12:30. Governor Teasdale has proclaimed the week Oct. 30-Nov. 3 as Head Start Week. The children will be in regular session so actual classroom activities may be observed. During the week the Head Start parents have planned the following activities: Mon- day, open house, 9:00-12:30; Tuesday, trick or treating .with homemade masks; Wed- nesday, grandparents day. On Wednesday the grand- parents of the Head Sart children will he invited to spend the day and eat lunch with the children. Posters and pictures of the children will be in the windows of the LaBelle, Lewistown and Ewing merch- ants. Anyone wishing more infor- mation please call 816-462- 3689. CARD OF THANKS Thank you for the cards, flowers and visits while I was in Blessing hospital. + Richard L. Coartney One of the Best Energy Savers of Aft GENUINE BLE, SUN WORK FOR YOU! Make Your Own Storm Windows, Storm Doors, Porch Enclosures/ SO EASY ANYONE CAN DO ITl KEEPS OUT COLD CUT FLEX-O-GLASS TO SIZE " AND rACK OVER SCREENS i OR WINDOw OPENINGS! COSTS SO LITTLE ONLY _o00E 54 CAN AFFORD ITI 36" Wide Also 28" - 48" Widths WARP BROS. Chicago 60651 Pioneers in PlasticsSinceZ924 Take this ad to your Har0ware, Lumber or Bldg. ,Supply 5tore no substitutes--Get to , FLEX-O-GLASS. ;(/ MIXED DOUBLES -- Dennis and Judy Toliver, at left, were mixed doubles champions, and Run and Mary Johnson won second place. MEN'S SINGLES -- Dennis Toliver, left, won first in the men's singles at the Durham tennis tournament. Kenny Cludray won second place honors. | MEN'S DOUBLES -- F irst place winners in the men's doubles competition were Dean Wagy, at left, and Kenny [sill Fretwell has the time, the interest, the background, and the willingness to work hard to give the first district effec- tive representation in Jefferson City. .. He is a farmer and a lifelong resident of the first district. Estil Fretwell appreciates and understands the concerns of farmers and small communities. .. He has his M.A. in Public Administration and his B.S. in Education. .. He has worked four years with the Missouri State Legislature and can use this experience to be an effective representative. - .. He is working to seek your support; he will work hard for you. VOTE NOVEMBER 7TH FOR Estil Fretwell DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR State Representative Paid for by citizens for Fretwell, Jim McRoberts, Treas.