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HEWS or CLUD5 Westbrook Circle The Westbrook Circle of the First Baptist Church in- Canton met in the home of Mrs. M. L. Hinkle Tuesdoy evening, Oct. 17 with 12 members present. Mrs. Hinkle, president, pre- sided over the business meet- ing and gave the call to prayer. Mrs. Marvin Zenge present- ed the program study, "Ja- panese Women at Home, in the Church and the World." Refreshments were served by the hostess after the meeting. Oyster Prairie 4.t1 Club The Oyster Prairie 4-H Club met Oct 7 at the Oyster Prairie Grange Hall. Pledges were led by Kim Shouse and Melissa Gaus. There were 18 members, 7 new members and 15 others present. A motion was made to have a consignment sale Oct. 28. After the meeting, a hayride and wiener roast were enjoy- ed. Twin Oaks Extension Club Twin Oaks Extension Club met in the home of Mrs. Hazel Featherlin for an all day meeting. A delicious chicken dinner was served from a table decorated in the Hallo- ween theme. The president, Mabel Featherlin. opened the meet- ing with all repeating the club collect. Mrs. Lucille Over- street had the devotional. Roll /NIOII5 al Fair at Hannibal cnnstmn Church on March 15 and Rally Day, May 1. Secret pals were revealed and new ones were drawn. Also pals for Christmas. Mrs. Hazel Featherlin and Mrs. Lucille Overstreet gave the lesson on table setting which proved to be very interesting. Bingo was played and the meeting closed by all singing. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Jayme Corben for all day. Members present were Mrs. Velva Nichols, Mrs Pauletta Nichols, Mrs. Elaine Van Meter, Mrs. Helen Boone, Mrs. Gladys Hamilton, Mrs. Mabel Featherlin, Mrs. Millie Featherlin and Mrs. Jayme Corben. Lewistown Garden Club * The Lewistown Garden Club held their October meeting in the home of Mrs. Paul Sellers. Nine members answered roll call. The president called the meeting to order with the members repeating the club collect. For the program each read a short article of interest to the club. The meeting closed with the club prayer. Mrs. Sellers served refresh- ments of pumpkin pie, hot chocolate and mints during the social hour. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Aline Clark Nov. 13. Mrs. Sellers will have the program. with ten members present. The president, Martha O&apos;Dear, conducted the busi- ness meeting. A community missions project was discuss- ed. Plans were made for some members to attend the as- sociational WMU meeting to be held at LaBelle Thursday, Oct. 19. Frances Keppner conducted the calendar of prayer. She read Genesis 28:10-22. Maxine Van Meter gave the prayer. The program leader, Fran- ces Keppner used the subject, "Japan." She was assisted by Betty Dance, who gave the topic "The Japanese Woman at Home." Margie Webster presented the topic, "The Japanese Woman in Church," and Martha O'Dear gave "The Japanese Woman in the World." Betty Dance received the book, "I've Got to Talk to Someone God" by Marjorie Holmes. The hostess served refresh- ments. The F.S.C. Club The F.S.C. Club met with Margarete Fuqua Oct. 19 with 12 members and 7 visitors, Ruby Hackett, Allen Brown, Melvin Allison, Bill Barnes, John Fuqua. and Norval Sharpe, present. The meeting was opened by the president, Carlene Brown. Ida Barnes guessed the mys- tery box. The next meeting will be with Ida Barnes Nov. 16 with every Monday night at 7:30, at the Methodist Church in Canton, and invites women singers to come sing with them. Eagles Auxiliary The Eagle Auxiliary met Wednesday night at the Eagle Lodge with Glenadean Whit- tington presiding. The motion was made that the president appoint new officers to fill each vacancy, except the vice president, which must be voted on. The motion carried. The nominating committee submitted their choice for vice president to be Mary Lou Rayl. With no nominations from the floor, Rayl was voted the new vice president. It was decided to have a float in the college homecom- ing parade. Barbara Legg of Kahoka was initiated into the Auxili- ary as a new member. The Auxiliary bowling team received permission to hold a bake food sale at Ellison Electric Saturday, Oct. 28, starting at 9 am. It was decided to hold a rummage sale with sand- wiches and coffee to be on sale at B&H TV and Appliance store Saturday, Oct. 28. There will be installation of the new officers, Wednesday, Oct. 25, at the next regular meeting. AAUW The Canton Branch of the American Association of Uni- versity Women met in the home of Mac Hootman Mon- day evening, Oct. 16. Presi- dent Michele Franks presided and welcomed the guests. She announced the U.S. Seminar would be held Nov. 17-18 in Mabel lVfcClain and Lena demonstrations of crafts, etc.," McCampbell. will be given. It was announc- The November meeting will ed that Rally Day will be May be at Meader Lounge on the 1, 1979, with Canton clubs as campus of Culver-Stockton hostesses. College. _ " Canton CWF Group 1 Missouri Alpha Rbo Chapter.... CWF Group 1 met Oct. 18 in Missouri Alpha Rho Chapter\\;the church library. Five Alpha Delta Kappa Interna- members were present and tional Honorary Sorority for women educators met at the Hamilton House in Hannibal for a dinner meeting Wednes- day evening, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. with Mary Ann Johnson hostess. Founder's Day and guest night were observed. Darlene Brown, program chairman and chapter chap- lain, gave the invocation. Following the bountiful din- ner, Mrs. Brown presented an interesting and informative program with various mem- bers taking part. Beverly Keck, chapter pres- ident, lighted the candle of ADK, followed by the song "Lamp of ADK, led by Northeast District chairman, Cynthia Hicks with Sandra Angell, piano accompanist. Mrs. Brown gave the history, purposes and ideals of ADK. Short biographies of the founders, Agnes Shipman Robertson, Hattie Poppino, Marie Neal and Marian Southall were given by Becky Calvert, Ann White, Mary Ann Johnson and Ann White. Beverly Keck led the pledge and Viola Dent read the code of ethics. Candles in honor of the founders were lighted by Catherine Feadter, Eva Stew- art, Donna Christian, and Lulu Nickason. Colorful slides of the ADK headquarters in Kansas City were presented by Isabelle Jackson. Following a short business Mrs. Leland Beck served as hostess. Mrs. George Lee, leader, opened the meeting with everyone reciting the CWF prayer. This month's business report included the Bi-County meeting Oct. 26 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. to be held at the Canton Christian Church, the Nov. 11 dinner for the Rebekahs, the executive board meeting 7:30 Oct. 30 at the church, and the Red Cross Blood collection Nov. 28, 1 to 6 p.m. Next month Mrs. Clark Wood is hostess and Mrs. Joe Kraus will give the program. Miss Carol Jo Sandy, study leader this month, continued the current study on China. She told some of the social aspects of the country and how tourists are treated. The daily devotion was Romans 13:1-4 and she Closed with a prayer. Mrs. Lee then led the group by closing with the CWF benediction. Canton CWF Group II Group II of the Canton CWF met in the home of Mrs. Emmett Johnson Oct. 18 with Mrs. Cecil Alfrey as co-hos- tess. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. James Carty, chairman, opened the meeting by all repeating the CWF prayer. A letter of resignation as worship chairperson was read Mrs. Bruce Solter told of various things planned for the educational fair in March. The program on table settings was given by Mrs. John Warning. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 11:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Marie Frieden with a covered dish luncheon. Hilltop Extension Club The Hilltop Extension Club met Oct. 17 in the home of Mabel Tallent with 12 mem- bers present. The devotional was given by Cleota Camp- bell. Roll call was answered with a safety tip for Hallo- ween. Several meeting dates were announced. Rally day will be held May 1. A meeting with ideas for the holiday season will be Nov. 14 at Monticello at 1:30 p.m. Marion County Crafts Day will be in Palmyra Nov. 3 at 9:30 a.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church. Some mem- bers volunteered to partici- pate in the Area Educational Fair in March in Hannibal. The club's annual Thanks- giving dinner will be Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. at the Methodist Extension Club 7:30 p.m. Pierce. Mrs. gave the October" and sody." answered roll Mrs. John report of The program, was given and Mrs. Jon discussion leisure time child. The refreshments. Chit Chat Club The Chit Chat the home of Paul Coleman Oct. 16 with a There were five present. Due to the president and short busineSS held with Mrs. Schmitz in Gnus Those present ing were Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Caroline Lewistown, of Canton and Edmonston of The "r church, will be at the A program on table settings was given by Cleota Camp- Nov. 20. bell. Games were played, prizes awarded and refreshments ff @_. were served by the hostess. The November meeting will be held with Mrs. Christina Huston. Progressive Neighbors Club The Progreqive Neighbor PUBLIC call was answered by "my -- an all day meeting. favorite animal." Lewistown Baptist Women Dinner was enjoyed by all New York. meeting in charge of the from Mrs. Alfrey. She and Mr. Rebecca Thmas' a mem-'president' Mildred Dreben-Alfrey will be mving t N OT IC The presiden! and Mrs. The women's group of the present, ber of the state board, from stadt gave an inspiring and Huntington, Ind., where they Pauletta Nichols reported on Lewistown Baptist Church -- Louisiana, explained a special challenging devotional. The have accepted a calling from council meetings. Among met Monday evening, Oct. 14 Great River Sweet Adelines project the AAUW is sponsor- chapter was led in repeating a church there. Canton CWF them are the Area Education- in the home of Velva Nichols The Great River Chapter of ing "State Pause", which will the twenty-third Psalm by will be hostess to the Bi-Coun- ty meeting Oct. 26. Sweet Adelines met Monday, give varioug phases of interest Cynthia Hicks, and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Miller gave the night for their regular rehear- in the counties. The Canton Drebenstadt closed with pray- sal. The Chapter is hard at group will work with Lewis, er. Mixer activities were program, China Speaks to work on Christmas music Clark and Knox. enjoyed with Mrs. Dreben- Our Times" assisted by Mrs. along with music for three Mildred Shrout introduced stadt the leader. Dann Masden and Mrs. Bill scheduled performances. Estil Fretwell, candidate for Guests presentincluded Cary. Plans were finalized for a Mrs. Hubert Huston gave baked food sale at the Culver- representative from the first Linda Kuhlman, Hannibal and district who spoke on educa- Catherine Margel, Palmyra. the worship using Romans Stockton Homecoming parade, tion, and gave interesting The Nov. 7 meeting will be 13:1-4 and Rev. 13:1-7 as her This will be held at the MFA information on appropriations at the Oakwood Methodist scripture, closing with prayer. Insurance office at 432 Lewis and "bills. A question and Church with co-hostesses Lulu The meeting closed with the Street and will feature hot answer period followed. Also a Nickason and Eva Stewart. CWF benediction. chocolate and coffee to go discussion of ERA. This will be a 6 p.m. dinner Mrs. Huston will be hostess along with the goodies. Delicious refreshments were meeting. Nov. 15th to the group in the Great River Chapter meets served bv Mrs. Hootman. -- church fellowship hall. Some discoloration ' ' " : ........... ' Unity Chapter No. 151 OES ';: *" : : : Seems like you just get settled down when the phone rings. In another room. The last time that haptmned, you probably over and put in phones wherever mumblt<l something about needing you want them. more phones around the house. Then, next time you get settled At the regular meeting of Unity Chapter No. 151, O.E.S. held Thursday evening, Miss Michele Franks, W.M. and Robert Goooh, W.P. welcomed Mrs. Barbara Hansford, Grand Representative of Iowa to the Supreme Grand Chap- ter of Scotland O.E.S. as the special guest of the evening. Then fi)rgot about it until it happened again. Fortunately, the simple little luxury of an extension phone is easy to come by. ...... The cost? Pennies a day. ,lust call our Business Office and we'll make a date to come down and the phone rings, you won't Also visiting for the evening even have to lose your place in your were Mrs. Rhonda Plunkett, book to answer it. D.D.G.M. of the 15th District; Mrs. Marie Lawson, D.D.- G.M. of the 2rid District; Mrs. Betty Jo Parrish, Grand Representative of New Hamp- CENTRAL TELEPHONE shire to Missouri; Mrs. Doro- thy Huckabee, W.M. of Con- ] put   ck).X touch, stellation Chapter No. 382 of Palmyra; and visitors from Palmyra and Philadelphia. After the completion of the business meeting, Mrs. Hans- ford gave a very interesting and informative talk on the work of the Order in England, and compared it to the work in the United States. She invited questions at the close of her talk. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. Irene Sawdy, Mrs. Howard Frye and Mrs. Charles Arnold. Mrs. Hansford had been the guest of honor Thursday noon at a luncheon at the Coffee hop by the officers of Unity hapter. Lewis County Homemakers Council The Lewis County Home- makers Extension Council met Oct. 16 at Monticello it the Extension Center. Ethel Lloyd, president, opened the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. John Campen. A report of the club's trip to Amana, Ia., was given by Valeria Munzlinger. She re- ported 22 members with seven clubs represented took advan- tage of the trip. The area Educational Fair will be in Hannibal March 15, 1979. Anyone who would like to attend is welcome. Many Lewistown WMF The Women's Missionary Fellowship of the Lewistown Community church met Oct. 19 at the church with Mrs. Earl Godman, hostess. Mrs. Lucille Sharpe, presi- dent, opened the meeting with prayer. She also gave the devotional, reading the article "Stop, Look and Live." Seven members answered roll call. The Christmas program was discussed, and more complete plans are to be made at the next meeting. During the social hour, a quilt was worked on, and also pillow slips and tea towels. The hostess served refresh- ments. Lewistown 4-H Club The Lewistown 4-H club met Oct. 4 at Roller Country in Quincy for 2-hours of skating. While skating, the leaders made plans for a hayride and weiner roast for the next meeting, Nov. 2. The group is to meet at the Lewistown school at 6 p.m. Everyone is asked to be on time. Mr. Howe is to meet the group there and then will go to his farm. Pauletta Nichols handed out premium money from the fair. The meeting was ad- journed with everyone going home to dream about skating. Four Leaf Clover Club The Four Leaf Clover Extension Club of LaGrange met in the home of Mrs. Ethel Yowell on Oct. 19. Mrs. Edward Butikofer of Quincy was a visitor. The meeting opened with all repeating the club collect. Roll call was "my favorite hobby". The devotional was given by Mrs. Yowell. A report on the club trip on Oct. 6 to Rutledge and Edina was given. 6y Mrs. Marie Frieden, The members that took the trip were Mrs. Wallace House, Mrs. Bruce SORer, Mrs. James K. Hawk- ins and Mrs. Frieden. Eagles Auxifiary i BAKED FOOD SALE U uq ' rdll2:r | 0 4tc o result but will be a temporary dition. The work is necessary is order to check the fire hydra to remove any "sediment in the City of C Coon Real LEWISTOWN, 5 room house with blk double garage, sitting on 2 city lots trees. Nice location $18,000. LA BELLE modern 5 room house with barn and outbuildings on 4 acres art town. Call today $34,000. LEWISTOWN, 2 story home with 106' sitting on Main Street. 4 rooms and and 4 rooms and % bath up. Could I as commercial property, $12,000. LEWISTOWH, Modern 6 room house approximately 5 acres. 1 small barn pi out buildings. This is Ihe best of counffY all the conveniences of town. Call todc- LEWISTOWN, Completely remodeled and bath sitting on 5 acres, 6 pads foe home set up suitable for 20 additional to sell for only $34,000. LEWISTOWN, One of the best older Lewistown consisting of 9 rooms and 2 and setting on 3 full sized corner lots, property is in excellent condition. Price 40 ACRES, 3 miles North of NovettY, half tillable, balancein pasture. Nice $ home $37,500. LaGRANGE, Tap Room- This is a gee8 with a good location. A three story a big apartment on second sto W. The was receotly remodelled with new tabl furnace and air conditioning. The bullc and inventory goes for ju $39.000. Cdl To see either of these Properties thinking of selling your property give We have people interested in farms acreages- if you have any for sale give Rose Beadle ,,,,. 3 Larry Coon Broker Route 5 Quincy. IlL OFFICE 314- 497 - 2292 lIES. 217-222-0218 Craig A. Route 2 - Phone 31' HEWS or CLUD5 Westbrook Circle The Westbrook Circle of the First Baptist Church in- Canton met in the home of Mrs. M. L. Hinkle Tuesdoy evening, Oct. 17 with 12 members present. Mrs. Hinkle, president, pre- sided over the business meet- ing and gave the call to prayer. Mrs. Marvin Zenge present- ed the program study, "Ja- panese Women at Home, in the Church and the World." Refreshments were served by the hostess after the meeting. Oyster Prairie 4.t1 Club The Oyster Prairie 4-H Club met Oct 7 at the Oyster Prairie Grange Hall. Pledges were led by Kim Shouse and Melissa Gaus. There were 18 members, 7 new members and 15 others present. A motion was made to have a consignment sale Oct. 28. After the meeting, a hayride and wiener roast were enjoy- ed. Twin Oaks Extension Club Twin Oaks Extension Club met in the home of Mrs. Hazel Featherlin for an all day meeting. A delicious chicken dinner was served from a table decorated in the Hallo- ween theme. The president, Mabel Featherlin. opened the meet- ing with all repeating the club collect. Mrs. Lucille Over- street had the devotional. Roll /NIOII5 al Fair at Hannibal cnnstmn Church on March 15 and Rally Day, May 1. Secret pals were revealed and new ones were drawn. Also pals for Christmas. Mrs. Hazel Featherlin and Mrs. Lucille Overstreet gave the lesson on table setting which proved to be very interesting. Bingo was played and the meeting closed by all singing. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Jayme Corben for all day. Members present were Mrs. Velva Nichols, Mrs Pauletta Nichols, Mrs. Elaine Van Meter, Mrs. Helen Boone, Mrs. Gladys Hamilton, Mrs. Mabel Featherlin, Mrs. Millie Featherlin and Mrs. Jayme Corben. Lewistown Garden Club * The Lewistown Garden Club held their October meeting in the home of Mrs. Paul Sellers. Nine members answered roll call. The president called the meeting to order with the members repeating the club collect. For the program each read a short article of interest to the club. The meeting closed with the club prayer. Mrs. Sellers served refresh- ments of pumpkin pie, hot chocolate and mints during the social hour. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Aline Clark Nov. 13. Mrs. Sellers will have the program. with ten members present. The president, Martha O'Dear, conducted the busi- ness meeting. A community missions project was discuss- ed. Plans were made for some members to attend the as- sociational WMU meeting to be held at LaBelle Thursday, Oct. 19. Frances Keppner conducted the calendar of prayer. She read Genesis 28:10-22. Maxine Van Meter gave the prayer. The program leader, Fran- ces Keppner used the subject, "Japan." She was assisted by Betty Dance, who gave the topic "The Japanese Woman at Home." Margie Webster presented the topic, "The Japanese Woman in Church," and Martha O'Dear gave "The Japanese Woman in the World." Betty Dance received the book, "I've Got to Talk to Someone God" by Marjorie Holmes. The hostess served refresh- ments. The F.S.C. Club The F.S.C. Club met with Margarete Fuqua Oct. 19 with 12 members and 7 visitors, Ruby Hackett, Allen Brown, Melvin Allison, Bill Barnes, John Fuqua. and Norval Sharpe, present. The meeting was opened by the president, Carlene Brown. Ida Barnes guessed the mys- tery box. The next meeting will be with Ida Barnes Nov. 16 with every Monday night at 7:30, at the Methodist Church in Canton, and invites women singers to come sing with them. Eagles Auxiliary The Eagle Auxiliary met Wednesday night at the Eagle Lodge with Glenadean Whit- tington presiding. The motion was made that the president appoint new officers to fill each vacancy, except the vice president, which must be voted on. The motion carried. The nominating committee submitted their choice for vice president to be Mary Lou Rayl. With no nominations from the floor, Rayl was voted the new vice president. It was decided to have a float in the college homecom- ing parade. Barbara Legg of Kahoka was initiated into the Auxili- ary as a new member. The Auxiliary bowling team received permission to hold a bake food sale at Ellison Electric Saturday, Oct. 28, starting at 9 am. It was decided to hold a rummage sale with sand- wiches and coffee to be on sale at B&H TV and Appliance store Saturday, Oct. 28. There will be installation of the new officers, Wednesday, Oct. 25, at the next regular meeting. AAUW The Canton Branch of the American Association of Uni- versity Women met in the home of Mac Hootman Mon- day evening, Oct. 16. Presi- dent Michele Franks presided and welcomed the guests. She announced the U.S. Seminar would be held Nov. 17-18 in Mabel lVfcClain and Lena demonstrations of crafts, etc.," McCampbell. will be given. It was announc- The November meeting will ed that Rally Day will be May be at Meader Lounge on the 1, 1979, with Canton clubs as campus of Culver-Stockton hostesses. College. _ " Canton CWF Group 1 Missouri Alpha Rbo Chapter.... CWF Group 1 met Oct. 18 in Missouri Alpha Rho Chapter\\;the church library. Five Alpha Delta Kappa Interna- members were present and tional Honorary Sorority for women educators met at the Hamilton House in Hannibal for a dinner meeting Wednes- day evening, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. with Mary Ann Johnson hostess. Founder's Day and guest night were observed. Darlene Brown, program chairman and chapter chap- lain, gave the invocation. Following the bountiful din- ner, Mrs. Brown presented an interesting and informative program with various mem- bers taking part. Beverly Keck, chapter pres- ident, lighted the candle of ADK, followed by the song "Lamp of ADK, led by Northeast District chairman, Cynthia Hicks with Sandra Angell, piano accompanist. Mrs. Brown gave the history, purposes and ideals of ADK. Short biographies of the founders, Agnes Shipman Robertson, Hattie Poppino, Marie Neal and Marian Southall were given by Becky Calvert, Ann White, Mary Ann Johnson and Ann White. Beverly Keck led the pledge and Viola Dent read the code of ethics. Candles in honor of the founders were lighted by Catherine Feadter, Eva Stew- art, Donna Christian, and Lulu Nickason. Colorful slides of the ADK headquarters in Kansas City were presented by Isabelle Jackson. Following a short business Mrs. Leland Beck served as hostess. Mrs. George Lee, leader, opened the meeting with everyone reciting the CWF prayer. This month's business report included the Bi-County meeting Oct. 26 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. to be held at the Canton Christian Church, the Nov. 11 dinner for the Rebekahs, the executive board meeting 7:30 Oct. 30 at the church, and the Red Cross Blood collection Nov. 28, 1 to 6 p.m. Next month Mrs. Clark Wood is hostess and Mrs. Joe Kraus will give the program. Miss Carol Jo Sandy, study leader this month, continued the current study on China. She told some of the social aspects of the country and how tourists are treated. The daily devotion was Romans 13:1-4 and she Closed with a prayer. Mrs. Lee then led the group by closing with the CWF benediction. Canton CWF Group II Group II of the Canton CWF met in the home of Mrs. Emmett Johnson Oct. 18 with Mrs. Cecil Alfrey as co-hos- tess. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. James Carty, chairman, opened the meeting by all repeating the CWF prayer. A letter of resignation as worship chairperson was read Mrs. Bruce Solter told of various things planned for the educational fair in March. The program on table settings was given by Mrs. John Warning. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 11:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Marie Frieden with a covered dish luncheon. Hilltop Extension Club The Hilltop Extension Club met Oct. 17 in the home of Mabel Tallent with 12 mem- bers present. The devotional was given by Cleota Camp- bell. Roll call was answered with a safety tip for Hallo- ween. Several meeting dates were announced. Rally day will be held May 1. A meeting with ideas for the holiday season will be Nov. 14 at Monticello at 1:30 p.m. Marion County Crafts Day will be in Palmyra Nov. 3 at 9:30 a.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church. Some mem- bers volunteered to partici- pate in the Area Educational Fair in March in Hannibal. The club's annual Thanks- giving dinner will be Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. at the Methodist Extension Club 7:30 p.m. Pierce. Mrs. gave the October" and sody." answered roll Mrs. John report of The program, was given and Mrs. Jon discussion leisure time child. The refreshments. Chit Chat Club The Chit Chat the home of Paul Coleman Oct. 16 with a There were five present. Due to the president and short busineSS held with Mrs. Schmitz in Gnus Those present ing were Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Caroline Lewistown, of Canton and Edmonston of The "r church, will be at the A program on table settings was given by Cleota Camp- Nov. 20. bell. Games were played, prizes awarded and refreshments ff @_. were served by the hostess. The November meeting will be held with Mrs. Christina Huston. Progressive Neighbors Club The Progreqive Neighbor PUBLIC call was answered by "my -- an all day meeting. favorite animal." Lewistown Baptist Women Dinner was enjoyed by all New York. meeting in charge of the from Mrs. Alfrey. She and Mr. Rebecca Thmas' a mem-'president' Mildred Dreben-Alfrey will be mving t N OT IC The presiden! and Mrs. The women's group of the present, ber of the state board, from stadt gave an inspiring and Huntington, Ind., where they Pauletta Nichols reported on Lewistown Baptist Church -- Louisiana, explained a special challenging devotional. The have accepted a calling from council meetings. Among met Monday evening, Oct. 14 Great River Sweet Adelines project the AAUW is sponsor- chapter was led in repeating a church there. Canton CWF them are the Area Education- in the home of Velva Nichols The Great River Chapter of ing "State Pause", which will the twenty-third Psalm by will be hostess to the Bi-Coun- ty meeting Oct. 26. Sweet Adelines met Monday, give varioug phases of interest Cynthia Hicks, and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Miller gave the night for their regular rehear- in the counties. The Canton Drebenstadt closed with pray- sal. The Chapter is hard at group will work with Lewis, er. Mixer activities were program, China Speaks to work on Christmas music Clark and Knox. enjoyed with Mrs. Dreben- Our Times" assisted by Mrs. along with music for three Mildred Shrout introduced stadt the leader. Dann Masden and Mrs. Bill scheduled performances. Estil Fretwell, candidate for Guests presentincluded Cary. Plans were finalized for a Mrs. Hubert Huston gave baked food sale at the Culver- representative from the first Linda Kuhlman, Hannibal and district who spoke on educa- Catherine Margel, Palmyra. the worship using Romans Stockton Homecoming parade, tion, and gave interesting The Nov. 7 meeting will be 13:1-4 and Rev. 13:1-7 as her This will be held at the MFA information on appropriations at the Oakwood Methodist scripture, closing with prayer. Insurance office at 432 Lewis and "bills. A question and Church with co-hostesses Lulu The meeting closed with the Street and will feature hot answer period followed. Also a Nickason and Eva Stewart. CWF benediction. chocolate and coffee to go discussion of ERA. This will be a 6 p.m. dinner Mrs. Huston will be hostess along with the goodies. Delicious refreshments were meeting. Nov. 15th to the group in the Great River Chapter meets served bv Mrs. Hootman. -- church fellowship hall. Some discoloration ' ' " : ........... ' Unity Chapter No. 151 OES ';: *" : : : Seems like you just get settled down when the phone rings. In another room. The last time that haptmned, you probably over and put in phones wherever mumblt<l something about needing you want them. more phones around the house. Then, next time you get settled At the regular meeting of Unity Chapter No. 151, O.E.S. held Thursday evening, Miss Michele Franks, W.M. and Robert Goooh, W.P. welcomed Mrs. Barbara Hansford, Grand Representative of Iowa to the Supreme Grand Chap- ter of Scotland O.E.S. as the special guest of the evening. Then fi)rgot about it until it happened again. Fortunately, the simple little luxury of an extension phone is easy to come by. ...... The cost? Pennies a day. ,lust call our Business Office and we'll make a date to come down and the phone rings, you won't Also visiting for the evening even have to lose your place in your were Mrs. Rhonda Plunkett, book to answer it. D.D.G.M. of the 15th District; Mrs. Marie Lawson, D.D.- G.M. of the 2rid District; Mrs. Betty Jo Parrish, Grand Representative of New Hamp- CENTRAL TELEPHONE shire to Missouri; Mrs. Doro- thy Huckabee, W.M. of Con- ] put   ck).X touch, stellation Chapter No. 382 of Palmyra; and visitors from Palmyra and Philadelphia. After the completion of the business meeting, Mrs. Hans- ford gave a very interesting and informative talk on the work of the Order in England, and compared it to the work in the United States. She invited questions at the close of her talk. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. Irene Sawdy, Mrs. Howard Frye and Mrs. Charles Arnold. Mrs. Hansford had been the guest of honor Thursday noon at a luncheon at the Coffee hop by the officers of Unity hapter. Lewis County Homemakers Council The Lewis County Home- makers Extension Council met Oct. 16 at Monticello it the Extension Center. Ethel Lloyd, president, opened the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. John Campen. A report of the club's trip to Amana, Ia., was given by Valeria Munzlinger. She re- ported 22 members with seven clubs represented took advan- tage of the trip. The area Educational Fair will be in Hannibal March 15, 1979. Anyone who would like to attend is welcome. Many Lewistown WMF The Women's Missionary Fellowship of the Lewistown Community church met Oct. 19 at the church with Mrs. Earl Godman, hostess. Mrs. Lucille Sharpe, presi- dent, opened the meeting with prayer. She also gave the devotional, reading the article "Stop, Look and Live." Seven members answered roll call. The Christmas program was discussed, and more complete plans are to be made at the next meeting. During the social hour, a quilt was worked on, and also pillow slips and tea towels. The hostess served refresh- ments. Lewistown 4-H Club The Lewistown 4-H club met Oct. 4 at Roller Country in Quincy for 2-hours of skating. While skating, the leaders made plans for a hayride and weiner roast for the next meeting, Nov. 2. The group is to meet at the Lewistown school at 6 p.m. Everyone is asked to be on time. Mr. Howe is to meet the group there and then will go to his farm. Pauletta Nichols handed out premium money from the fair. The meeting was ad- journed with everyone going home to dream about skating. Four Leaf Clover Club The Four Leaf Clover Extension Club of LaGrange met in the home of Mrs. Ethel Yowell on Oct. 19. Mrs. Edward Butikofer of Quincy was a visitor. The meeting opened with all repeating the club collect. Roll call was "my favorite hobby". The devotional was given by Mrs. Yowell. A report on the club trip on Oct. 6 to Rutledge and Edina was given. 6y Mrs. Marie Frieden, The members that took the trip were Mrs. Wallace House, Mrs. Bruce SORer, Mrs. James K. Hawk- ins and Mrs. Frieden. Eagles Auxifiary i BAKED FOOD SALE U uq ' rdll2:r | 0 4tc o result but will be a temporary dition. The work is necessary is order to check the fire hydra to remove any "sediment in the City of C Coon Real LEWISTOWN, 5 room house with blk double garage, sitting on 2 city lots trees. Nice location $18,000. LA BELLE modern 5 room house with barn and outbuildings on 4 acres art town. Call today $34,000. LEWISTOWN, 2 story home with 106' sitting on Main Street. 4 rooms and and 4 rooms and % bath up. Could I as commercial property, $12,000. LEWISTOWH, Modern 6 room house approximately 5 acres. 1 small barn pi out buildings. This is Ihe best of counffY all the conveniences of town. Call todc- LEWISTOWN, Completely remodeled and bath sitting on 5 acres, 6 pads foe home set up suitable for 20 additional to sell for only $34,000. LEWISTOWN, One of the best older Lewistown consisting of 9 rooms and 2 and setting on 3 full sized corner lots, property is in excellent condition. Price 40 ACRES, 3 miles North of NovettY, half tillable, balancein pasture. Nice $ home $37,500. LaGRANGE, Tap Room- This is a gee8 with a good location. A three story a big apartment on second sto W. The was receotly remodelled with new tabl furnace and air conditioning. The bullc and inventory goes for ju $39.000. Cdl To see either of these Properties thinking of selling your property give We have people interested in farms acreages- if you have any for sale give Rose Beadle ,,,,. 3 Larry Coon Broker Route 5 Quincy. IlL OFFICE 314- 497 - 2292 lIES. 217-222-0218 Craig A. Route 2 - Phone 31'