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visits View Legg, Mrs Mrs. Wallace Bruce Anderson, Stice, Mrs. Mrs. Chester Wallace, Breeding and members of Sunday Prairie Friday eve- servzces and for the resi- accom- and visited with Earl Veatch camping at grounds Mrs. Veatch With her aunt, 13rookhart and Ralph Clark and Walker at Kimberley un- surgery at in Quincy Mr. and Mrs. Kimberley and 14r. Kimberley afternoon. Schnit- of Hannibal and of Quincy with their '. and Mrs. Paul Robert Schork Pa., and Mrs Ewing called Burrell Smith Donald Hum- Linton BY MRS. NANCY BREEDING were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls attended a family dinner at the Williamstown school Sun- day. Mrs Judy Hollowell and Jason of Quincy spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell. Mrs. Bill Anderson and sister, Mrs. Dick Vaughn of Lewistown, plan to attend the graduating services at Kings- ville, Tex., Friday when Stephen R. Vaughn will grad- uate from flight school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- rell called on Mrs. Larry Rutledge Saturday evening. Miss Heather Dannenhauer spent Friday night with Miss Amy Windoffer. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Marshall Munzlinger of St. Louis spent the week end with Mrs. Elsie Munz- linger Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stice and family at Lewistown. Miss Debby Grgurich of Kirksville spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich and sons Bob Breeding of Kahoka spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Nancy Breeding daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Munzlinger. Mrs. Laura Stork of Colum- bia and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Canton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillard Wallace. Mrs. Lewis Cox of Gallatin and Mrs. Oscar Dickinson of Jamesport came Monday for a visit with their sisters, Mrs. Robert Johnson of Canton and Mrs. Lillard Wallace, and other relatives. Miss Kim Anderson of St. Louis and Billie and Dawn Anderson visited in the Ander- son-Dannanhauer home Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester SLice accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice and Tammy to Kirksville Saturday evening and made the acquaintance of their first great grandchild, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gaus, who was born Friday afternoon in Grim-Smith hos- pital. Mrs. Howard Legg and Mrs. Lillard Wallace spent Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Looser. Miss Nancy Casebier spent Saturday night with Miss Shelly Allen at LaBelle and accompanied her on a hay- ride. OES smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wil- liamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Florence Legg, Mrs. day evening with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Legg at Canton. Mrs. Winston Little accom- panied Mrs. Nancy Cary of Canton and Mrs. James Fish of Quincy to Hannibal Satur- day where they attended a DAR luncheon at the Holiday Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family of Lewistown and Mr. and Mrs: Larry Hudnut and . family of Canton visited their _--v parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay and sons visited Swan Lake near Brookfield Sunday. Mrs. Harold Fretwell was hostess to the bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Forrest Lass- well of Shelbyville was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls called to see Mrs. Alice Kling at St. Mary hospital in Quincy Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of Canton returned home Saturday from a vaca- tion at Fairfield Bay, Ark. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen at the Lake of the Ozarks. Mrs. Lou Ella Smith of Canton and Mrs. A. C. Bron- stine spent Wednesday with Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pollock called on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- roll attended a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stith, complimenting the birthday of Mrs. Stith. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dan- nenhauer and daughters spent Wednesday evening at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer at Lewistown, and visited with other relatives who were guests in the home. Miss Kim Anderson of St. Louis spent from Friday to and Delmar, and celebrated his birthday. Mrs. Bill Anderson and Dawn were Wednesday supper guests of Mrs. Ralph Ward at Lewistown. Cleta Mae Van Tress and Mrs. Dorcas Mohr of Canton at- tended a Delta Kappa Gamma dinner meeting at the Mt. Zion church in Hannibal Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Mr. and Mrs. James Harbi- accompanied Mr. and Mrs. son of Hannibal spent from Roger Howe and Elaine of Jenkins Thursday toSunday with their LaBe|ie and STATE BANK NO. 2419 REPORT OF CONDITION OF OF MONTICELLO IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI UBSIDIARIES AT THE CLOSE OF ON SEPTEMBER 29, 1978. ASS ETS Mil. Thou banks ............................. 219 .............................. 2 686 other U.S. Government .......................... 1 political subdivisions ........ I 167 notes and debentures .................... 27 (excluding unearned income) ..... 3,882 for possible loan losses .......... 19 .3 furniture and fixtures, and bank premises ............ ..................................... 9 LIABILITIES of individuals, and corporations ....................... 1 deposits of individuals, and ...................... 5 992 Government ................. 82 and political subdivisions ........... 353 checks ......................... 4 .8 382 ......................... 2,222 and savings deposits ................ 6,160 d and securities sold to repurchase .................... Mrs. Grace Florea of Knox City to Kirksville Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Golden were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Little and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hanley of Canton spent Wednesday af- ternoon with Mr and Mrs. Howard Legg. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown spent Sunday afternoon view- ing the beautiful trees in Lewis County. Bob Miller of Moline spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family. Howard Legg spent Thurs- ..................... " .......... 8 EQUITY CAPITAL outstanding 1,500 outstanding 1,500 ...................... "-.... Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and family. Mrs. Charles Williams, Mrs. Kenneth Williams, Mrs. Dick Williams and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger attended a party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Robe]son at Williamstown. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Fee took his sister, Mrs. Frankie Gilson, to her home at Pekin Friday. She had visited 10 days in the Fee home. Mrs. William Schlager of Canton visited her mother, Mis/Lilrard-Wbllade, M0d- day. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Beulah Ayres of Kans- as City spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Munz- 150 - 325 421 896 405 Get a lot more than qmck 3o 9. Stl00ng starts with MFA Beef Starters MFA Feeder Calf Starter or MFA Yearling Cattle Starter, combined with good animal health practices, gives you a money-making MFA Starting Program to: get feeders and yearlings on full-feed the first day. overcome shipping stress. n supply roughage, protein, energy, vitamins, minerals and antibiotics needed for thrifty gains. lOO With extra value in every ton 27 All MFA, Inc. branded cattle and dairy feeds 509 purchased through February 1979 earn valuable cowhide coupons. Coupons'you can redeem for exciting gifts.., household ]tems, tools, even a Hawaiian vacation. * Get complete details right away. CAPITAL ........................... AND EQUITY CAPITAL ....... 9 MEMORANDA calendar days ending with call date: from banks ........................... 306 sold and securities purchased to resell .......................... 24 ......................................... 3 797" .8 497 and securities sold to repurchase .................... 3 Executive Vice President, of the bank, do solemnly swear that this report of correct, to the best of my knowledge and Correct--Attest: Eugene Porter E. L. Dorsey, Flint McRoberts, Earl L. Veatch, James B. Jenkins, Directors State of Missouri, County of Lewis, ss: 8Ubribed before me this 23rd day of October, certify that I am not an officer or director My commission expires March 16, 161 Mary E. Mcgee, Notary Public MFA Exchange. Canton 288-4404 00MFA Exchange. Williamstown 853-4311 -:  P BY MISS MINNIE SELWAY Carry.in held for Merrell family cousins Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mer- rell hosted a carry-in dinner for the family cousins Sunday at the Williamstown school house. Those present were Mrs. Dora Ziglar and Mr. and Mrs. Hrold French, Mary and Frieda Oberman of Burling- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Allender of Mt. Pleasant, John French, Tommy and Cathy of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hawkins of Wyaconda, Mrs. Breda Bevans of Fairmont, Mrs. Betty Jo Sawyer of Kahnka, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Durward Speer, Mrs. John Bevans and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lore- mort and Mrs. Lela Lemmon were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lemmon and sons. All were afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jenkins of Wyaconda. Week end visitors in the Robert Allison home were William Weed and family and Frank Bange and family of Quincy, and Ron Milbert and family of Loraine and Larry Allison and family. The annual turkey dinner will be served at "the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'lock. Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Shuman of San Diego, Calif., arrived Thursday for an extended visit with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Croy, who were celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary Tuesday, were dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Jewel Vandermay of Knox City. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Downing Huffman A shower was given at Providence church Tuesday evening honoring the recent bride, Mrs. Brenda Coons S.ew (([ anr. and Mrs. Gary SPider family attended the CANTON, MO. wedding of her sister, Kathe- THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 rine Quinn of Chicago Oct. 14. linger. Mrs. Ayres made Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle White regular trips to LaBelle moved their trailer home Manor and visited her father, from Canton to here. Thursday with Mrs. Isabel Fretwell. Mrs. Ruth Lasswell of Shelbyville was a visitor. Moey McFarland had sur- gery Thursday at a Keokuk hospital. Mrs. Lela Lemmon spent Friday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lemmon. Mrs. Ethel Timmon spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Edwin Lemmon and Mr. Lemmon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Dan- forth of Canton spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Joe Danforth. The latter's hus- band remains a patient in a Columbia hospital. Noel St. Clair and family of Canton and Kenneth St. Clair and family of Kahoka spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Ona St. Clair. Mr. and Mrs Kelly Spoor of Savannah spent Thursday to Saturday with his grandmoth- er, Mrs. Michalene "Joy. All were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. Freda Bevans. Mrs. Mable Briscoe and Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Brisooe of Utah were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Briscoe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuman of California are visiting his mother, Mrs. Florence Shu- man and the June Leggs. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Rainbdt and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Oregon, and Mrs. Pearl Bishoff spent Clay Marks, while she was here. Miss Card Jo Dannenhauer of Chicago called on Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Fee Sunday. Mrs. Bruce Anderson at- tended the dinner and Lord's Acre sale at Park ME church at Lewistown Saturday. Mrs. Okie Legg has return- ed home from St. Mary hospital in Quincy where she was a patient. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Munzlinger and children and Lester Munzlinger of High Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hammontree and children of DeSoto, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Munzlinger and son of Ditmer. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Fee and Mrs. Frankie Gilson visited their aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Toops at Kahoka Thursday. Miss Carol Luttrull spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and family, as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Luttreil, were attend- ing a funeral in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Under- brink, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Phillips and Mrs. Mildred Roth of Quincy spent Sunday afternoon with their cousin, Mrs. W. K. Ficklin and took her out to supper at Pete's Boat House in LaGrange. Miss Mary Willis of Canton was a Thursday luncheon guest of Mrs. Pearl Hicks. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and Larry, Miss Malissa Prather and Mr. and Mrs." Norris Hinton and Arlin. The occasion was in honor of Malissa's 9th birthday. Jeff Casebier spent the week end recently with David McCutchan. David visited Thursday night with Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeser, Misses Nan and Grace Smith and Kim and Scott Rutledge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hicks spent the week end at Galesburg with their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Benton and family. Miss Susie Rogers spent Tuesday night with Miss Valleria Geisendorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe and Elaine at LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and guest, Bob Miller, called on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller Sunday afternoon. Miss Tami Little spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Little and family. Mrs. Mildred Pierce of Canton was a Sunday dinner and afternoon guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Speer, Mrs. Michaleno Joy and Mrs. Thelrna Blackburn were Tues- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rarlan Edwards. Week end guests of Mrs. Monta Gosney were her daghter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Streit of St. Louis. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Brennen and Jamie of Knox City and Mr. and Mrs Robert Murphy and family. Mrs. Pearl Bishoff and Mrs. Maurine Pierce spent Sunday afternoon with Minnie Sulway. Mrs. Pearl Bishoff and Mrs. Maurine Pierce spent Sunday afternoon with Minnie Selway. Mrs. Hazel B. Legg and Mrs. Michalene Joy were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Okie Legg, who was dismissed Friday from St. Mary hospital in Quincy and returned home. Mrs. June Legg was also a caller. OES smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 8 free. Wll- liamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Roberta ShannOn was a Wednesday afternoon caller of Mrs. Adele Merrell. The Smile-A-While club met Thursday with Mrs. Thelma Blackburn. The RP bridge club met Friday evening with the former's son, Jack Rainbolt and family in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mer- rell were Friday afternoon visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell. Week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fretwell were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanke of Kansas, Mrs. Adeline Fretwell of Durant, In., who also visited in the Charles Tucker home. Mrs. Ona St. Clair attended a Hodo party Friday after- noon at the home of Mrs. Gary Webster of Wyaconda. Visitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Rainbolt were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danker of Canton and Mrs. Mary Maxey. Smim were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joey Clifford in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lass- well of Salem, Ia., were Tuesday over night visitors o/ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Danforth, whom they drove to Columbia Wednesday where Mr. Dan- forth entered Ellis Fischel hospital for treatment. Mrs Danforth's callers since were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Snider, Mable Walker, Monta Gosney, Etta Hudnut, Frances Ed- wards, Doris Danforth, Cordie Coons and Jen Tucker. Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fretwell were their son, Terry and daughters of Canton. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Estil Fretwell and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanke of Great Bend, Kans. The former Fretwells drove the Hankes to Columbia Sunday evening to meet the friends they were riding home with. Mr. and Mrs. Fretwell visited Mrs. Connie McClain while in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burke of Dumas, Tex., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lynn Bevans and other rela- tives. All attended a dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stith honoring the birthday of the latter. Among others present were the latter's sisters, Ella, Dorothy and Alice, and their families, Hazel Bevans, and Bill Jack of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. James English, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bevans. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Phillips and children spent Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Garreles and family of Eldon, Ia. Misses Carmen Phillips and Mary Hopkins moved from Canton last week to the Mrs. Lillie Owens property, which the former's father, David Phillips recently purchased. Mrs. Letha Lemmon and guest, Mrs. Lela Lemmon of Canton were Monday callers in the Gilvie Rector and Minnie Selway homes. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank friends, neighbors and rela- fives for all acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy shown us at the time of the tragic death of our brother, Ruby Jobe. The Jobe Family Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Rainbdt and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lee J PLANT ADS PAIl WE BELIEVE THAT OUR FARM BUREAU BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD HEALTH CARE PROGRAM IS SECOND TO NONE! * Hospital, Surgical, Out Patient and Diagnostic Benefits Major Medical 3 Benefit Levels to Choose From Find out why 32,000 Missourians believe as we do. "" "'" CALL YOUR COUNTY ;, FARM BUREAU TODAY Lewis County Farm Bureau Phone 314 - 767 - 5351 and Mrs. Howard Legg. Winter-is omingl Make your home improvements to save energy new. M o N,, c t o ., s s o. ,, See us n bout the financiel help. o, UENDER visits View Legg, Mrs Mrs. Wallace Bruce Anderson, Stice, Mrs. Mrs. Chester Wallace, Breeding and members of Sunday Prairie Friday eve- servzces and for the resi- accom- and visited with Earl Veatch camping at grounds Mrs. Veatch With her aunt, 13rookhart and Ralph Clark and Walker at Kimberley un- surgery at in Quincy Mr. and Mrs. Kimberley and 14r. Kimberley afternoon. Schnit- of Hannibal and of Quincy with their '. and Mrs. Paul Robert Schork Pa., and Mrs Ewing called Burrell Smith Donald Hum- Linton BY MRS. NANCY BREEDING were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls attended a family dinner at the Williamstown school Sun- day. Mrs Judy Hollowell and Jason of Quincy spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretwell. Mrs. Bill Anderson and sister, Mrs. Dick Vaughn of Lewistown, plan to attend the graduating services at Kings- ville, Tex., Friday when Stephen R. Vaughn will grad- uate from flight school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- rell called on Mrs. Larry Rutledge Saturday evening. Miss Heather Dannenhauer spent Friday night with Miss Amy Windoffer. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Marshall Munzlinger of St. Louis spent the week end with Mrs. Elsie Munz- linger Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stice and family at Lewistown. Miss Debby Grgurich of Kirksville spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Grgurich and sons Bob Breeding of Kahoka spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Nancy Breeding daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Munzlinger. Mrs. Laura Stork of Colum- bia and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Canton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillard Wallace. Mrs. Lewis Cox of Gallatin and Mrs. Oscar Dickinson of Jamesport came Monday for a visit with their sisters, Mrs. Robert Johnson of Canton and Mrs. Lillard Wallace, and other relatives. Miss Kim Anderson of St. Louis and Billie and Dawn Anderson visited in the Ander- son-Dannanhauer home Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester SLice accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice and Tammy to Kirksville Saturday evening and made the acquaintance of their first great grandchild, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gaus, who was born Friday afternoon in Grim-Smith hos- pital. Mrs. Howard Legg and Mrs. Lillard Wallace spent Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Looser. Miss Nancy Casebier spent Saturday night with Miss Shelly Allen at LaBelle and accompanied her on a hay- ride. OES smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 6 free. Wil- liamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Florence Legg, Mrs. day evening with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Legg at Canton. Mrs. Winston Little accom- panied Mrs. Nancy Cary of Canton and Mrs. James Fish of Quincy to Hannibal Satur- day where they attended a DAR luncheon at the Holiday Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family of Lewistown and Mr. and Mrs: Larry Hudnut and . family of Canton visited their _--v parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay and sons visited Swan Lake near Brookfield Sunday. Mrs. Harold Fretwell was hostess to the bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Forrest Lass- well of Shelbyville was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls called to see Mrs. Alice Kling at St. Mary hospital in Quincy Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of Canton returned home Saturday from a vaca- tion at Fairfield Bay, Ark. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen at the Lake of the Ozarks. Mrs. Lou Ella Smith of Canton and Mrs. A. C. Bron- stine spent Wednesday with Mrs. Linnie Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pollock called on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mer- roll attended a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stith, complimenting the birthday of Mrs. Stith. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dan- nenhauer and daughters spent Wednesday evening at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Jo Dannenhauer at Lewistown, and visited with other relatives who were guests in the home. Miss Kim Anderson of St. Louis spent from Friday to and Delmar, and celebrated his birthday. Mrs. Bill Anderson and Dawn were Wednesday supper guests of Mrs. Ralph Ward at Lewistown. Cleta Mae Van Tress and Mrs. Dorcas Mohr of Canton at- tended a Delta Kappa Gamma dinner meeting at the Mt. Zion church in Hannibal Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice Mr. and Mrs. James Harbi- accompanied Mr. and Mrs. son of Hannibal spent from Roger Howe and Elaine of Jenkins Thursday toSunday with their LaBe|ie and STATE BANK NO. 2419 REPORT OF CONDITION OF OF MONTICELLO IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI UBSIDIARIES AT THE CLOSE OF ON SEPTEMBER 29, 1978. ASS ETS Mil. Thou banks ............................. 219 .............................. 2 686 other U.S. Government .......................... 1 political subdivisions ........ I 167 notes and debentures .................... 27 (excluding unearned income) ..... 3,882 for possible loan losses .......... 19 .3 furniture and fixtures, and bank premises ............ ..................................... 9 LIABILITIES of individuals, and corporations ....................... 1 deposits of individuals, and ...................... 5 992 Government ................. 82 and political subdivisions ........... 353 checks ......................... 4 .8 382 ......................... 2,222 and savings deposits ................ 6,160 d and securities sold to repurchase .................... Mrs. Grace Florea of Knox City to Kirksville Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Golden were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Little and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hanley of Canton spent Wednesday af- ternoon with Mr and Mrs. Howard Legg. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown spent Sunday afternoon view- ing the beautiful trees in Lewis County. Bob Miller of Moline spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family. Howard Legg spent Thurs- ..................... " .......... 8 EQUITY CAPITAL outstanding 1,500 outstanding 1,500 ...................... "-.... Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and family. Mrs. Charles Williams, Mrs. Kenneth Williams, Mrs. Dick Williams and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger attended a party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Robe]son at Williamstown. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Fee took his sister, Mrs. Frankie Gilson, to her home at Pekin Friday. She had visited 10 days in the Fee home. Mrs. William Schlager of Canton visited her mother, Mis/Lilrard-Wbllade, M0d- day. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Beulah Ayres of Kans- as City spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Munz- 150 - 325 421 896 405 Get a lot more than qmck 3o 9. Stl00ng starts with MFA Beef Starters MFA Feeder Calf Starter or MFA Yearling Cattle Starter, combined with good animal health practices, gives you a money-making MFA Starting Program to: get feeders and yearlings on full-feed the first day. overcome shipping stress. n supply roughage, protein, energy, vitamins, minerals and antibiotics needed for thrifty gains. lOO With extra value in every ton 27 All MFA, Inc. branded cattle and dairy feeds 509 purchased through February 1979 earn valuable cowhide coupons. Coupons'you can redeem for exciting gifts.., household ]tems, tools, even a Hawaiian vacation. * Get complete details right away. CAPITAL ........................... AND EQUITY CAPITAL ....... 9 MEMORANDA calendar days ending with call date: from banks ........................... 306 sold and securities purchased to resell .......................... 24 ......................................... 3 797" .8 497 and securities sold to repurchase .................... 3 Executive Vice President, of the bank, do solemnly swear that this report of correct, to the best of my knowledge and Correct--Attest: Eugene Porter E. L. Dorsey, Flint McRoberts, Earl L. Veatch, James B. Jenkins, Directors State of Missouri, County of Lewis, ss: 8Ubribed before me this 23rd day of October, certify that I am not an officer or director My commission expires March 16, 161 Mary E. Mcgee, Notary Public MFA Exchange. Canton 288-4404 00MFA Exchange. Williamstown 853-4311 -:  P BY MISS MINNIE SELWAY Carry.in held for Merrell family cousins Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mer- rell hosted a carry-in dinner for the family cousins Sunday at the Williamstown school house. Those present were Mrs. Dora Ziglar and Mr. and Mrs. Hrold French, Mary and Frieda Oberman of Burling- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Allender of Mt. Pleasant, John French, Tommy and Cathy of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hawkins of Wyaconda, Mrs. Breda Bevans of Fairmont, Mrs. Betty Jo Sawyer of Kahnka, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Durward Speer, Mrs. John Bevans and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lore- mort and Mrs. Lela Lemmon were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lemmon and sons. All were afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jenkins of Wyaconda. Week end visitors in the Robert Allison home were William Weed and family and Frank Bange and family of Quincy, and Ron Milbert and family of Loraine and Larry Allison and family. The annual turkey dinner will be served at "the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'lock. Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Shuman of San Diego, Calif., arrived Thursday for an extended visit with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Croy, who were celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary Tuesday, were dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Jewel Vandermay of Knox City. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Downing Huffman A shower was given at Providence church Tuesday evening honoring the recent bride, Mrs. Brenda Coons S.ew (([ anr. and Mrs. Gary SPider family attended the CANTON, MO. wedding of her sister, Kathe- THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 rine Quinn of Chicago Oct. 14. linger. Mrs. Ayres made Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle White regular trips to LaBelle moved their trailer home Manor and visited her father, from Canton to here. Thursday with Mrs. Isabel Fretwell. Mrs. Ruth Lasswell of Shelbyville was a visitor. Moey McFarland had sur- gery Thursday at a Keokuk hospital. Mrs. Lela Lemmon spent Friday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lemmon. Mrs. Ethel Timmon spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Edwin Lemmon and Mr. Lemmon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Dan- forth of Canton spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Joe Danforth. The latter's hus- band remains a patient in a Columbia hospital. Noel St. Clair and family of Canton and Kenneth St. Clair and family of Kahoka spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Ona St. Clair. Mr. and Mrs Kelly Spoor of Savannah spent Thursday to Saturday with his grandmoth- er, Mrs. Michalene "Joy. All were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. Freda Bevans. Mrs. Mable Briscoe and Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Brisooe of Utah were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Briscoe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuman of California are visiting his mother, Mrs. Florence Shu- man and the June Leggs. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Rainbdt and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Oregon, and Mrs. Pearl Bishoff spent Clay Marks, while she was here. Miss Card Jo Dannenhauer of Chicago called on Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Fee Sunday. Mrs. Bruce Anderson at- tended the dinner and Lord's Acre sale at Park ME church at Lewistown Saturday. Mrs. Okie Legg has return- ed home from St. Mary hospital in Quincy where she was a patient. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Munzlinger and children and Lester Munzlinger of High Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hammontree and children of DeSoto, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Munzlinger and son of Ditmer. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Fee and Mrs. Frankie Gilson visited their aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Toops at Kahoka Thursday. Miss Carol Luttrull spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and family, as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Luttreil, were attend- ing a funeral in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Under- brink, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Phillips and Mrs. Mildred Roth of Quincy spent Sunday afternoon with their cousin, Mrs. W. K. Ficklin and took her out to supper at Pete's Boat House in LaGrange. Miss Mary Willis of Canton was a Thursday luncheon guest of Mrs. Pearl Hicks. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and Larry, Miss Malissa Prather and Mr. and Mrs." Norris Hinton and Arlin. The occasion was in honor of Malissa's 9th birthday. Jeff Casebier spent the week end recently with David McCutchan. David visited Thursday night with Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeser, Misses Nan and Grace Smith and Kim and Scott Rutledge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hicks spent the week end at Galesburg with their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Benton and family. Miss Susie Rogers spent Tuesday night with Miss Valleria Geisendorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe and Elaine at LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and guest, Bob Miller, called on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller Sunday afternoon. Miss Tami Little spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Little and family. Mrs. Mildred Pierce of Canton was a Sunday dinner and afternoon guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Speer, Mrs. Michaleno Joy and Mrs. Thelrna Blackburn were Tues- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rarlan Edwards. Week end guests of Mrs. Monta Gosney were her daghter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Streit of St. Louis. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Brennen and Jamie of Knox City and Mr. and Mrs Robert Murphy and family. Mrs. Pearl Bishoff and Mrs. Maurine Pierce spent Sunday afternoon with Minnie Sulway. Mrs. Pearl Bishoff and Mrs. Maurine Pierce spent Sunday afternoon with Minnie Selway. Mrs. Hazel B. Legg and Mrs. Michalene Joy were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Okie Legg, who was dismissed Friday from St. Mary hospital in Quincy and returned home. Mrs. June Legg was also a caller. OES smorgasbord, ham and turkey, Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. Adults $3, children $1.50, children under 8 free. Wll- liamstown Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Roberta ShannOn was a Wednesday afternoon caller of Mrs. Adele Merrell. The Smile-A-While club met Thursday with Mrs. Thelma Blackburn. The RP bridge club met Friday evening with the former's son, Jack Rainbolt and family in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mer- rell were Friday afternoon visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell. Week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fretwell were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanke of Kansas, Mrs. Adeline Fretwell of Durant, In., who also visited in the Charles Tucker home. Mrs. Ona St. Clair attended a Hodo party Friday after- noon at the home of Mrs. Gary Webster of Wyaconda. Visitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Rainbolt were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danker of Canton and Mrs. Mary Maxey. Smim were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joey Clifford in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lass- well of Salem, Ia., were Tuesday over night visitors o/ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Danforth, whom they drove to Columbia Wednesday where Mr. Dan- forth entered Ellis Fischel hospital for treatment. Mrs Danforth's callers since were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Snider, Mable Walker, Monta Gosney, Etta Hudnut, Frances Ed- wards, Doris Danforth, Cordie Coons and Jen Tucker. Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fretwell were their son, Terry and daughters of Canton. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Estil Fretwell and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanke of Great Bend, Kans. The former Fretwells drove the Hankes to Columbia Sunday evening to meet the friends they were riding home with. Mr. and Mrs. Fretwell visited Mrs. Connie McClain while in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burke of Dumas, Tex., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lynn Bevans and other rela- tives. All attended a dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stith honoring the birthday of the latter. Among others present were the latter's sisters, Ella, Dorothy and Alice, and their families, Hazel Bevans, and Bill Jack of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. James English, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bevans. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Phillips and children spent Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Garreles and family of Eldon, Ia. Misses Carmen Phillips and Mary Hopkins moved from Canton last week to the Mrs. Lillie Owens property, which the former's father, David Phillips recently purchased. Mrs. Letha Lemmon and guest, Mrs. Lela Lemmon of Canton were Monday callers in the Gilvie Rector and Minnie Selway homes. The annual turkey dinner will be served at the Monticel- lo Methodist church annex Thursday, Nov. 2. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank friends, neighbors and rela- fives for all acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy shown us at the time of the tragic death of our brother, Ruby Jobe. The Jobe Family Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Rainbdt and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lee J PLANT ADS PAIl WE BELIEVE THAT OUR FARM BUREAU BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD HEALTH CARE PROGRAM IS SECOND TO NONE! * Hospital, Surgical, Out Patient and Diagnostic Benefits Major Medical 3 Benefit Levels to Choose From Find out why 32,000 Missourians believe as we do. "" "'" CALL YOUR COUNTY ;, FARM BUREAU TODAY Lewis County Farm Bureau Phone 314 - 767 - 5351 and Mrs. Howard Legg. Winter-is omingl Make your home improvements to save energy new. M o N,, c t o ., s s o. ,, See us n bout the financiel help. o, UENDER