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LEWIS CO. COURT RECORD Magistrate Court Pdchard L. Adams, Rut- ledge, loud and unnecessary noise (muffler), fine and costs $31. JoAnn Ashby, LaGrange, speeding, fine and costs $35. Thomas W. Bichsel, Leonard, careless and imprudent driv- ing, failure to dim lights, fine and costs $31. Howard M. Biesterfield, Hannibal, speed- ing, fine $38. Gary Lynn Branham, Louisiana, speed- inn, fine and costs $36. Randall W. Bringer, Dur- ham, speeding, fine and costs $44. Willis C. Baker, St. Louis, speeding, fine and costs $34. James L. Bazler, Canton, speeding, fine and costs $53. Richard A. Bizaillon, Quincy, careless and imprudent driv- ing, passing in the face of approaching traffic, fme and costs $31. Richard A. Bizafl- Ion, Quincy, minor in posses- sion of beer, fine and costs $71. Patricia C. Carroll, Floris- sant, speeding, fine and costs $43. JoAnn Doscher, Lewis- town, speeding, costs and total $34. Douglas J. Dietrich, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $36. James William Durk, Durham, speeding, fine - NOTICE- The Eagles Auxiliary is available to serve banquets for clubs and organizations.. Contact Mrs. Glenadean Whiflington Ph. 288- 3904 Canton and costs $35. Billy Joe Darnell, Monticello, speeding, fine and costs $36. Michael W. Duncan, Rolla, speeding, fine and costs $27. Kris W. Egbert, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $35. Richard E. Entzeroth, Flor- issant, speeding, fine and costs $37. - Sadie Maxine Foster, LaPlata, speeding, fine and costs $36. Carl E. Fisk, House Springs, Mo., speeding, fine and costs $33. Mark L. Frankenbach, Pal- myra, speeding, fine and costs $53. Julie A. Garber, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $43. Harold Paul Guyett, Leawoed, Kans., speeding, fine and costs $38. Leni M. Hughes, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $31. Gary Donald Lindsay, Ced- ar Rapids, speeding, fine and costs $39. Bruce Allen Orr, Quincy, possession of intoxi- cating beer as a minor, fine and costs $71. Clara B. Pulse, Canton, speeding, fine and costs $41. Albert Erickson, Pickett, Palmyra, speeding, fine and costs $52. John Miller Plumb, Muscatine, speeding, fine and costs $41. Mark E. Parrick, Quincy, possession of A Strong, New Voice for the First District HAZEL BLEDSOE has spent the past 16 years as an editor and reporter, covering the news events and the people that affect the com- munities and the lives of Northeast Missourians. Now, she is making news herself. i I HAZEL is running for the House of Representatives 'Tve spent every working day for over 16 years digging out the facts about the events that shape our lives," Hazel explains. "Now I want to take this knowledge to Jefferson City where I can be an effective voice for the people of the First District. 'Tve never been a fence- sitter. When I see a job that's got to be done, I do it. The First District needs effective representation in our state's capitol I can provide that." IIII To do this, Hazel is going to need your help, your vote. And for you to support her, you will want to know more about her and how she stands. Here's a look at Hazel Bledsoe -- editor, publisher, business woman, mother, grandmother, community leader, articulate spokesman and -- soon -- our next Representat i ve. Here, in brief, is how Hazel Bledsoe views some of the local and state issues that we currently face. ERA-- You can be sure that I am in favor of equal rights for women--rights such as. equal pay for an equal job, tax and inheritance laws, social security, etc... However, I DO NOT FAVOR RATIFICA- TION OF THE ERA AMENDMENT, It is my belief that this amendment would in no way correct existing inequities in the law but would allow for federal intervention in our state, destroy family life and add to moral decay. LAW ENFORCEMENT-- With crime moving from the cities into the rural areas, we are experiencing a higher crime rate than ever before. While Missouri has one of the best trained and most respected Highway Patrol systems in the nation, local law enforcement officials and departments are often inadequate. Better and more accessible edu(ational oppor- tumties and crime fighting equipment and other facilities would do much to upgrade local law enforcement. RED BARN CROSSING-- The closing of the Red Barn Crossing at LaGrange by the State Highway Department this spring was another example of the "Sovereign Police power of the state," and its unresponsive- ness to the needs of Missouri residents. I believe that the people should be served by the state agencies and commissions, not the other way around. The nonpartisan highway commissioners are hand-picked by the Governor and are not answerable to anyone It is time to bring government back to the people and I would seek legislation to make the highway commis- sion answerable to the legislature. FARM CHEMICAL LAWS. 1 believe we need to stop and take another look at the laws governing the use of chemicals--es- pecially those utilized in the control of insects in corn such as cutworms, corn borers, rootworms and grasshoppers. Most chemicals available today are not effective enough for good control. L advocate the return to the use of Aldrin and Heptachlor for emergency control in years such as this one. These insect problems will get worse each year unless we act soon. HUNTING LAWS-- I am in favor of giving Missouri hunters at least a two to three day hunting period ahead of out-of-state hunters. This would be much fairer to the people who own land or pay taxes to maintain and protect wildlife and game for hunting. There are also safety and trespass factors involving liability which need to be improved. I plan to fully investigate these areas and initiate legislation to make the*m a reality. ESTATE TAX LAWS FOR WIDOWS-- For those of us who have worked side by side with our husbands to build a business or farming operation--widowhood can be a shock in more ways than one--I believe we desperately need to improve current probate laws concerning this problem• ABORTION-- I am against abortion on demand'and against federal funding for that purpose. This matter should be a personal thing and government should not be allowed to enter into this type of decision. As a human being. I consider the act of abortion a form of murder, As a mother, wife, grandmother and a Christ- ian. I could never vote am/ way but "against" this issue. HAZEL BLEDSOE has been a resident of the First District for the past 28 years. She was born in Arkansas. and educated in Tennessee. Missouri and Arkansas. She has been in the publishing business in the First District for the past 16 years. She is editor-publisher of the Media and Gazette-Herald at Kahoka and managing editor of the Edina Sentinel and Advertiser at Edina. She and tier husband Sill are Editors and publishers of The LaBelle Star. ' -I"HE'""FIRST LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT IS And no one knows that better than Hazel Bledsoe. It has been her business to dig out the facts about our area and tell her readers what those facts mean to our lives. As a State Representative, Hazel will be doing much the same thing...finding out the facts about crucial issues, learning how we feel about those issues and then working to see our hopes and dreams become realities. She will listen to us--not some lobbyist or a wealthy fat cat representing interests outside the district Hazel's not a professional bureaucrat who's spent her adult life on a public payroll. She's had to earn every dollar she has, just as most of the rest of us. , ,, ,, - m mH i intoxicating beer as a minor, speeding, fine and costs $40. Schmidt, Lloyd Schmidt and fine and costs $71. Lynn E, Shaw, Canton, speed- Jean Schmidt to Jon L. Timothy R. Rossiter, La- inn, fine and costs . James Schmidt and Teresa Schmidt, Grange, loud and unnecessary William Hines, "Maywood, p'operty in Canton and Union noise, fine and costs $31. speeding, fine and cos $32 Townships. Ralph L. Clay, LaBelle, no' Jere R. Jeffries, Lewis, Joseph Elliott Tucker and operator's license, fine and speeding, fine and costs $35. \\;Dorothy B. Tucker; Rada costs $31. Ralph L. Clay, Jane Yowell and Stanley on Marriage License James E. Martin to Theora Lynn Ellison Bruer, both of Canton. Norman Keith Stewart to Juiie Ann Meyer, both of Canton. LaBelle, failure to drive right half of highway, drink- inn, 30 days in county jail, suspended if defendant does not drive without a license, costs $21. Timothy R. Rossi- ter, LaGrange, careless and imprudent driving, excessive speeding, fine and costs $31. Larry G. Ebling, Gorin, speeding, fine and costs $34. Everet Reddick, Jr., Quin- cy, minor in possession of beer, fine and costs $71. Jeffrey L. Stollberg, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $34. Donna J. Schroder, Lewis- town, speeding, fine and costs $37. William E. Stapp, Quincy, supplying beer to a minor, The First District is composed of Lewis, Clark. Scotland and part of Knox Counties. Its main industry is agriculture. The economic strength of the district is in the and, and Hazel Bledsoe is committed to the wise and voluntary use of the soil and its conservation and the principle of the family farm. Hazel has been active in a wide range of volunteer efforts, from local fund raising and community betterment activities to serving on district, area and state agencies. Deeply committed to the community in which she lives, she was actively involved in establishing the LaBelte Community Medical Center, LaSelle Manor Nursing Home and other community improvements and activities. fine and costs $71. Dennis R. Vincent, Ewing, speeding, fine and costs $33. Merrell George Vannier, Wentzville, speeding, fine and costs $31. Patrick Jerome Welsh, St. Louis, speeding, fine and costs $36. Steve D. Yount, Baldwin, From motherhood and running a home to meeting with state and national leaders. her life as a newspaper editor has given her a breadth of experience few people achieve. It has been her business to dig out the facts about our area and tell her readers what those facts mean. To illustrate her wide range of interests; Hazel is presently serving as president of the Missouri Republican Editors Associa- tion. She is a member of the Lewis County Board of Education; secretary of LaBelle Manor Board of Directors; member Board of Directors. Northeast-North Central Emergency Medical Services. Inc.; Board of Directors. Northeast Missouri Emergen- cy Services, Inc.: Knox County; Board of Directors. Northeast Area Housing, Inc.; member of Health Systems Area II, Board of Directors: Chairman of Mark Twain Sub-Area Council of HSA I1 Appointed by Governor to Board of Directors of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council: member Clark County Republican Wo- men's Club: Kahoka Chamber of Com- merce. She served in the past as chairman of LaBelle Centennial Celebration Commit- tee. member of Lewis County Industrial Development Corp. vice president Lewis County Republican Women's Club, and chairman of Edina Susinessmen's Assoc- iation She is a past secretary of Missouri Press Association i j &DIVERSE COMMUNITY. And Hazel knows, too. that the best government is one which allows us the dignity of continuing to earn a living and encourages us to make a decent home for our families. Hazel Bledsoe represents many things to the voters in Northeast Missouri, but perhaps the most important item is leadership--the kind of effective repre- sentation in Jefferson City that is going to help us continue to improve the cluatity of life in Northeast Missouri for ourselves and for our families It's time for a leader...not a follower. Elect Hazel Bledsoe Representative on November 7. Land Transfers Gerald W. Smith and Belva H. Smith to Stephen Hamilton and Teresa Hamilton, all of Lots 4, 5, and 6 in Block 36 in South Canton Addition to the town, now City of Canton. Robert W. Murphy and Jenny D. Murphy to D. L. Davis and Doris Ann Davis, Lots 4 and 5 and south % of Lot 3 in Block 45, Wright and Yowell to Missouri Depart- ment of Natural Resources, property in Union Township. Robert W. Herren and Theresa L. Herren to Dorothy Arndt, property in Canton Township. Floyd E. Purdy and Helen J. Purdy to Floyd E. Purdy and Helen J. Purdy, property in Reddish Township. Robert B. Weiman and Lucille Wieman; Donald B. Krutmeier and Jean E. Krut- meier; Alvin W. Schnelle and Ruby Schnelle to Donald B. Krutmeier and Jean E. Krut- meier and Alvin W. Schnelle and Ruby Schnelle, property It's time for a Leader... not a Followed in Union Township. Timothy Swanson and 3anie Swanson to Dudley Hurter and O tt#'" 0 Abbe Hurter, all of Lot 10 in Block 20 in original town of Canton. CANTON. Dudley Hurter and Abbe THURSDAY, Hurter to Merle B. Scott and Frances Scott, all of Lot 10 in P =-A.,, Block 20 in original town, now t, OUlll/y City of Canton. E. O. Geisendorfer and Ruth reach 67% L. Geisendorfer to Ruth L n gO Geisendorfer, property annual Dickerson Township. E. O. Geisendorfer and Ruth L. Geisendorfer to E. O. Geisendorfer, property in Dickerson Township. Vivian G. Beilstein to Doris I. Day, property in Union Township. Raymond C. Chisham and Barbara L. Chisham to Wil- liam L. Pauison, property in Canton Township. P.3it for hv Haz{ RIPclsce for Hepresentative Committee, DtxMe Blum. Treasurer. Box 230 Kahoka. Mo 63445 RonaldValeraGrange'Shr°pshirecharlesc.E'R'LevengoodAdditi°n'Leveng°°dLeveng°°d andandLa'Łt°/aopr b Marcia R. Levengood, prop- erty in Canton Township. Earl Schmidt and Bertha LUCILLE MINEAR Miss Anne Minear of Kirks- ville was a week end guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear, Jim and Bob. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould have been Robert Lillard of Williams- town and Mrs. John Ahem of Plevna. Miss Kathy Minear and Phillip Livesay, NMSU stu- dents, were Saturday over night guests of Mrs. Robert Minear. They were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Mrs. Bruce Minear was a recent visitor of Mrs. Jerry Spicknall, Mrs. Ivan Weitman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson. Mrs. Robert Minear receiv- ed a message of the death of her sister-in-law's husband, Winfield C. J. Thake in the Boone County hospital in Columbia. Funeral services were in St. Louis. Mrs. Francis Benson and Kevin of near Knox City were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor. Jeff Tungate and Chris Ashford were Sunday visitors of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brod- man of Chicago, Mrs. Porter Shinn and Mrs. Hugh Wilson were Sunday callers of M_s. Robert Minear and at the Wilson-Swartz home. Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Goodwin, Jim and David of Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch visited Sunday afternoon in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife in Stef- fenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Helton and children of Brashear and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jarboe of Shelbina were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith of Quincy and Dr. Bob Schnuck- er of KirksviUe were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. T. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ross of LaBelle and their grandchildren, Lisa and Paul Ross of St. Louis, called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daven- port received word Thursday that his brother of Joplin had been killed accidentiy. They left immediately for Joplin. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lillard visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson at Knox City Sunday afternoon. Victor chairman of the Savings Bonds announced saleS Savings Bonds in September, accumulative ssd to $247,073 for 67 the 1978 goal. Through tle months, sales, slightly above last! for the same billion as billion. The amount bonds $80 billion mark time in total of $80.18 In the State ofl sales corn -- with a sales. first nine $147,705,654; whil same period 503,716. The dollar goal is now at 67 per total goal of dollars. Caution You Could Be For A Big Loss! Is your prent policy adequate ? If it doesn t include substantial theft coverage.., you could be inviting more trouble than you realize! See us for an u Don't wait... Call Today Canton Insurance A LEWIS STREET CANTON, MO. PHONE 2" J. H. "JACK" HARTMANN, AGENT Farm Auction Due to poor health we will quit farming and sell at a Public Auction the 'd ing items located 25 miles northwest of Palmyra, Mo.; 7 miles norlh,'€l Philadelphia; 11 miles south of Lewistown; or one-half m;le southVr'" Nelsonville. Saturday, 0€tl. 28 at I i a.m. Cattle 86 head of Angus raffle Equipment includes: 48 head of cows and heifers (2-6 years-old) 36- '78 yearling calves 1 registered Angus bull 19 months-old) 1 registered Angus bull (3 years-old) Emoulus and Massive Giant Canadian breeds These cattle will be tested for Ings, pregnancy and bulls semen tested. The "78 calves are precon- ditioned and ready for the feedlot except for $ still on cows. They're vaccinated and have been eating creep feed for 40 days. 2 hay loft hooks old 2 vices Pipe wrenches Torches Pulleys Log chains Plumbing tools Chain saw ] tablesaw and various assorted tools & 1 scalding vat 1 walnut platfort 1 sausage mill (1800?) Lard press 1 antique foot Lard keHle, paddles warmer Boxes of braSS 2 big aluminum butchering and latches kettles Flower pots 1 Hooks and misc. 1 large stone jar 1 old trunk FQrIll Kraut cutter (old] Old picture in Sad irons Old ] D-14 AC tractor / wide front Bottle tapper 12 volt in excellent cond. Livestock 1 D-14 AC cultivator 1 big round tank 1 mounted AC corn planter and rubbers nearly new with fertilizer 2 wooden cattle and herbicide attachments 1 iron silage I John Deere 40 ft. hay elevator 1 new electric ] John Deere transport pow- branding iron i11 f il er take-off hammer mill 1 big round pipe (like new) ring 1 rubber-tired wagon / low I Bro.wer pig metal sides with new floor 1. Brower 1 grain auger with auger hog feeder 1 tractor gras seeder (like 1Brower hog r ingIl new) 2 A hog houses ]John Deere foldup harrow Hedge posts 1 camper top 1 male Border This machinery has been in 1 stockman's the shed. 40 big round brome A.L. (Doc) and Joy Bevill, Own00 Ewing, Mo. Dwight Singleton--Auctioneer Dieselhorst & Terms--Cash Not ? lamck sernd em iremds LEWIS CO. COURT RECORD Magistrate Court Pdchard L. Adams, Rut- ledge, loud and unnecessary noise (muffler), fine and costs $31. JoAnn Ashby, LaGrange, speeding, fine and costs $35. Thomas W. Bichsel, Leonard, careless and imprudent driv- ing, failure to dim lights, fine and costs $31. Howard M. Biesterfield, Hannibal, speed- ing, fine $38. Gary Lynn Branham, Louisiana, speed- inn, fine and costs $36. Randall W. Bringer, Dur- ham, speeding, fine and costs $44. Willis C. Baker, St. Louis, speeding, fine and costs $34. James L. Bazler, Canton, speeding, fine and costs $53. Richard A. Bizaillon, Quincy, careless and imprudent driv- ing, passing in the face of approaching traffic, fme and costs $31. Richard A. Bizafl- Ion, Quincy, minor in posses- sion of beer, fine and costs $71. Patricia C. Carroll, Floris- sant, speeding, fine and costs $43. JoAnn Doscher, Lewis- town, speeding, costs and total $34. Douglas J. Dietrich, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $36. James William Durk, Durham, speeding, fine - NOTICE- The Eagles Auxiliary is available to serve banquets for clubs and organizations.. Contact Mrs. Glenadean Whiflington Ph. 288- 3904 Canton and costs $35. Billy Joe Darnell, Monticello, speeding, fine and costs $36. Michael W. Duncan, Rolla, speeding, fine and costs $27. Kris W. Egbert, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $35. Richard E. Entzeroth, Flor- issant, speeding, fine and costs $37. - Sadie Maxine Foster, LaPlata, speeding, fine and costs $36. Carl E. Fisk, House Springs, Mo., speeding, fine and costs $33. Mark L. Frankenbach, Pal- myra, speeding, fine and costs $53. Julie A. Garber, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $43. Harold Paul Guyett, Leawoed, Kans., speeding, fine and costs $38. Leni M. Hughes, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $31. Gary Donald Lindsay, Ced- ar Rapids, speeding, fine and costs $39. Bruce Allen Orr, Quincy, possession of intoxi- cating beer as a minor, fine and costs $71. Clara B. Pulse, Canton, speeding, fine and costs $41. Albert Erickson, Pickett, Palmyra, speeding, fine and costs $52. John Miller Plumb, Muscatine, speeding, fine and costs $41. Mark E. Parrick, Quincy, possession of A Strong, New Voice for the First District HAZEL BLEDSOE has spent the past 16 years as an editor and reporter, covering the news events and the people that affect the com- munities and the lives of Northeast Missourians. Now, she is making news herself. i I HAZEL is running for the House of Representatives 'Tve spent every working day for over 16 years digging out the facts about the events that shape our lives," Hazel explains. "Now I want to take this knowledge to Jefferson City where I can be an effective voice for the people of the First District. 'Tve never been a fence- sitter. When I see a job that's got to be done, I do it. The First District needs effective representation in our state's capitol I can provide that." IIII To do this, Hazel is going to need your help, your vote. And for you to support her, you will want to know more about her and how she stands. Here's a look at Hazel Bledsoe -- editor, publisher, business woman, mother, grandmother, community leader, articulate spokesman and -- soon -- our next Representat i ve. Here, in brief, is how Hazel Bledsoe views some of the local and state issues that we currently face. ERA-- You can be sure that I am in favor of equal rights for women--rights such as. equal pay for an equal job, tax and inheritance laws, social security, etc... However, I DO NOT FAVOR RATIFICA- TION OF THE ERA AMENDMENT, It is my belief that this amendment would in no way correct existing inequities in the law but would allow for federal intervention in our state, destroy family life and add to moral decay. LAW ENFORCEMENT-- With crime moving from the cities into the rural areas, we are experiencing a higher crime rate than ever before. While Missouri has one of the best trained and most respected Highway Patrol systems in the nation, local law enforcement officials and departments are often inadequate. Better and more accessible edu(ational oppor- tumties and crime fighting equipment and other facilities would do much to upgrade local law enforcement. RED BARN CROSSING-- The closing of the Red Barn Crossing at LaGrange by the State Highway Department this spring was another example of the "Sovereign Police power of the state," and its unresponsive- ness to the needs of Missouri residents. I believe that the people should be served by the state agencies and commissions, not the other way around. The nonpartisan highway commissioners are hand-picked by the Governor and are not answerable to anyone It is time to bring government back to the people and I would seek legislation to make the highway commis- sion answerable to the legislature. FARM CHEMICAL LAWS. 1 believe we need to stop and take another look at the laws governing the use of chemicals--es- pecially those utilized in the control of insects in corn such as cutworms, corn borers, rootworms and grasshoppers. Most chemicals available today are not effective enough for good control. L advocate the return to the use of Aldrin and Heptachlor for emergency control in years such as this one. These insect problems will get worse each year unless we act soon. HUNTING LAWS-- I am in favor of giving Missouri hunters at least a two to three day hunting period ahead of out-of-state hunters. This would be much fairer to the people who own land or pay taxes to maintain and protect wildlife and game for hunting. There are also safety and trespass factors involving liability which need to be improved. I plan to fully investigate these areas and initiate legislation to make the*m a reality. ESTATE TAX LAWS FOR WIDOWS-- For those of us who have worked side by side with our husbands to build a business or farming operation--widowhood can be a shock in more ways than one--I believe we desperately need to improve current probate laws concerning this problem• ABORTION-- I am against abortion on demand'and against federal funding for that purpose. This matter should be a personal thing and government should not be allowed to enter into this type of decision. As a human being. I consider the act of abortion a form of murder, As a mother, wife, grandmother and a Christ- ian. I could never vote am/ way but "against" this issue. HAZEL BLEDSOE has been a resident of the First District for the past 28 years. She was born in Arkansas. and educated in Tennessee. Missouri and Arkansas. She has been in the publishing business in the First District for the past 16 years. She is editor-publisher of the Media and Gazette-Herald at Kahoka and managing editor of the Edina Sentinel and Advertiser at Edina. She and tier husband Sill are Editors and publishers of The LaBelle Star. ' -I"HE'""FIRST LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT IS And no one knows that better than Hazel Bledsoe. It has been her business to dig out the facts about our area and tell her readers what those facts mean to our lives. As a State Representative, Hazel will be doing much the same thing...finding out the facts about crucial issues, learning how we feel about those issues and then working to see our hopes and dreams become realities. She will listen to us--not some lobbyist or a wealthy fat cat representing interests outside the district Hazel's not a professional bureaucrat who's spent her adult life on a public payroll. She's had to earn every dollar she has, just as most of the rest of us. , ,, ,, - m mH i intoxicating beer as a minor, speeding, fine and costs $40. Schmidt, Lloyd Schmidt and fine and costs $71. Lynn E, Shaw, Canton, speed- Jean Schmidt to Jon L. Timothy R. Rossiter, La- inn, fine and costs . James Schmidt and Teresa Schmidt, Grange, loud and unnecessary William Hines, "Maywood, p'operty in Canton and Union noise, fine and costs $31. speeding, fine and cos $32 Townships. Ralph L. Clay, LaBelle, no' Jere R. Jeffries, Lewis, Joseph Elliott Tucker and operator's license, fine and speeding, fine and costs $35. \\;Dorothy B. Tucker; Rada costs $31. Ralph L. Clay, Jane Yowell and Stanley on Marriage License James E. Martin to Theora Lynn Ellison Bruer, both of Canton. Norman Keith Stewart to Juiie Ann Meyer, both of Canton. LaBelle, failure to drive right half of highway, drink- inn, 30 days in county jail, suspended if defendant does not drive without a license, costs $21. Timothy R. Rossi- ter, LaGrange, careless and imprudent driving, excessive speeding, fine and costs $31. Larry G. Ebling, Gorin, speeding, fine and costs $34. Everet Reddick, Jr., Quin- cy, minor in possession of beer, fine and costs $71. Jeffrey L. Stollberg, Quincy, speeding, fine and costs $34. Donna J. Schroder, Lewis- town, speeding, fine and costs $37. William E. Stapp, Quincy, supplying beer to a minor, The First District is composed of Lewis, Clark. Scotland and part of Knox Counties. Its main industry is agriculture. The economic strength of the district is in the and, and Hazel Bledsoe is committed to the wise and voluntary use of the soil and its conservation and the principle of the family farm. Hazel has been active in a wide range of volunteer efforts, from local fund raising and community betterment activities to serving on district, area and state agencies. Deeply committed to the community in which she lives, she was actively involved in establishing the LaBelte Community Medical Center, LaSelle Manor Nursing Home and other community improvements and activities. fine and costs $71. Dennis R. Vincent, Ewing, speeding, fine and costs $33. Merrell George Vannier, Wentzville, speeding, fine and costs $31. Patrick Jerome Welsh, St. Louis, speeding, fine and costs $36. Steve D. Yount, Baldwin, From motherhood and running a home to meeting with state and national leaders. her life as a newspaper editor has given her a breadth of experience few people achieve. It has been her business to dig out the facts about our area and tell her readers what those facts mean. To illustrate her wide range of interests; Hazel is presently serving as president of the Missouri Republican Editors Associa- tion. She is a member of the Lewis County Board of Education; secretary of LaBelle Manor Board of Directors; member Board of Directors. Northeast-North Central Emergency Medical Services. Inc.; Board of Directors. Northeast Missouri Emergen- cy Services, Inc.: Knox County; Board of Directors. Northeast Area Housing, Inc.; member of Health Systems Area II, Board of Directors: Chairman of Mark Twain Sub-Area Council of HSA I1 Appointed by Governor to Board of Directors of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council: member Clark County Republican Wo- men's Club: Kahoka Chamber of Com- merce. She served in the past as chairman of LaBelle Centennial Celebration Commit- tee. member of Lewis County Industrial Development Corp. vice president Lewis County Republican Women's Club, and chairman of Edina Susinessmen's Assoc- iation She is a past secretary of Missouri Press Association i j &DIVERSE COMMUNITY. And Hazel knows, too. that the best government is one which allows us the dignity of continuing to earn a living and encourages us to make a decent home for our families. Hazel Bledsoe represents many things to the voters in Northeast Missouri, but perhaps the most important item is leadership--the kind of effective repre- sentation in Jefferson City that is going to help us continue to improve the cluatity of life in Northeast Missouri for ourselves and for our families It's time for a leader...not a follower. Elect Hazel Bledsoe Representative on November 7. Land Transfers Gerald W. Smith and Belva H. Smith to Stephen Hamilton and Teresa Hamilton, all of Lots 4, 5, and 6 in Block 36 in South Canton Addition to the town, now City of Canton. Robert W. Murphy and Jenny D. Murphy to D. L. Davis and Doris Ann Davis, Lots 4 and 5 and south % of Lot 3 in Block 45, Wright and Yowell to Missouri Depart- ment of Natural Resources, property in Union Township. Robert W. Herren and Theresa L. Herren to Dorothy Arndt, property in Canton Township. Floyd E. Purdy and Helen J. Purdy to Floyd E. Purdy and Helen J. Purdy, property in Reddish Township. Robert B. Weiman and Lucille Wieman; Donald B. Krutmeier and Jean E. Krut- meier; Alvin W. Schnelle and Ruby Schnelle to Donald B. Krutmeier and Jean E. Krut- meier and Alvin W. Schnelle and Ruby Schnelle, property It's time for a Leader... not a Followed in Union Township. Timothy Swanson and 3anie Swanson to Dudley Hurter and O tt#'" 0 Abbe Hurter, all of Lot 10 in Block 20 in original town of Canton. CANTON. Dudley Hurter and Abbe THURSDAY, Hurter to Merle B. Scott and Frances Scott, all of Lot 10 in P =-A.,, Block 20 in original town, now t, OUlll/y City of Canton. E. O. Geisendorfer and Ruth reach 67% L. Geisendorfer to Ruth L n gO Geisendorfer, property annual Dickerson Township. E. O. Geisendorfer and Ruth L. Geisendorfer to E. O. Geisendorfer, property in Dickerson Township. Vivian G. Beilstein to Doris I. Day, property in Union Township. Raymond C. Chisham and Barbara L. Chisham to Wil- liam L. Pauison, property in Canton Township. P.3it for hv Haz{ RIPclsce for Hepresentative Committee, DtxMe Blum. Treasurer. Box 230 Kahoka. Mo 63445 RonaldValeraGrange'Shr°pshirecharlesc.E'R'LevengoodAdditi°n'Leveng°°dLeveng°°d andandLa'Łt°/aopr b Marcia R. Levengood, prop- erty in Canton Township. Earl Schmidt and Bertha LUCILLE MINEAR Miss Anne Minear of Kirks- ville was a week end guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear, Jim and Bob. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould have been Robert Lillard of Williams- town and Mrs. John Ahem of Plevna. Miss Kathy Minear and Phillip Livesay, NMSU stu- dents, were Saturday over night guests of Mrs. Robert Minear. They were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear and family. Mrs. Bruce Minear was a recent visitor of Mrs. Jerry Spicknall, Mrs. Ivan Weitman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson. Mrs. Robert Minear receiv- ed a message of the death of her sister-in-law's husband, Winfield C. J. Thake in the Boone County hospital in Columbia. Funeral services were in St. Louis. Mrs. Francis Benson and Kevin of near Knox City were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor. Jeff Tungate and Chris Ashford were Sunday visitors of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brod- man of Chicago, Mrs. Porter Shinn and Mrs. Hugh Wilson were Sunday callers of M_s. Robert Minear and at the Wilson-Swartz home. Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Goodwin, Jim and David of Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch visited Sunday afternoon in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Rife in Stef- fenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Helton and children of Brashear and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jarboe of Shelbina were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith of Quincy and Dr. Bob Schnuck- er of KirksviUe were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. T. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ross of LaBelle and their grandchildren, Lisa and Paul Ross of St. Louis, called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daven- port received word Thursday that his brother of Joplin had been killed accidentiy. They left immediately for Joplin. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lillard visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson at Knox City Sunday afternoon. Victor chairman of the Savings Bonds announced saleS Savings Bonds in September, accumulative ssd to $247,073 for 67 the 1978 goal. Through tle months, sales, slightly above last! for the same billion as billion. The amount bonds $80 billion mark time in total of $80.18 In the State ofl sales corn -- with a sales. first nine $147,705,654; whil same period 503,716. The dollar goal is now at 67 per total goal of dollars. Caution You Could Be For A Big Loss! Is your prent policy adequate ? If it doesn t include substantial theft coverage.., you could be inviting more trouble than you realize! See us for an u Don't wait... Call Today Canton Insurance A LEWIS STREET CANTON, MO. PHONE 2" J. H. "JACK" HARTMANN, AGENT Farm Auction Due to poor health we will quit farming and sell at a Public Auction the 'd ing items located 25 miles northwest of Palmyra, Mo.; 7 miles norlh,'€l Philadelphia; 11 miles south of Lewistown; or one-half m;le southVr'" Nelsonville. Saturday, 0€tl. 28 at I i a.m. Cattle 86 head of Angus raffle Equipment includes: 48 head of cows and heifers (2-6 years-old) 36- '78 yearling calves 1 registered Angus bull 19 months-old) 1 registered Angus bull (3 years-old) Emoulus and Massive Giant Canadian breeds These cattle will be tested for Ings, pregnancy and bulls semen tested. The "78 calves are precon- ditioned and ready for the feedlot except for $ still on cows. They're vaccinated and have been eating creep feed for 40 days. 2 hay loft hooks old 2 vices Pipe wrenches Torches Pulleys Log chains Plumbing tools Chain saw ] tablesaw and various assorted tools & 1 scalding vat 1 walnut platfort 1 sausage mill (1800?) Lard press 1 antique foot Lard keHle, paddles warmer Boxes of braSS 2 big aluminum butchering and latches kettles Flower pots 1 Hooks and misc. 1 large stone jar 1 old trunk FQrIll Kraut cutter (old] Old picture in Sad irons Old ] D-14 AC tractor / wide front Bottle tapper 12 volt in excellent cond. Livestock 1 D-14 AC cultivator 1 big round tank 1 mounted AC corn planter and rubbers nearly new with fertilizer 2 wooden cattle and herbicide attachments 1 iron silage I John Deere 40 ft. hay elevator 1 new electric ] John Deere transport pow- branding iron i11 f il er take-off hammer mill 1 big round pipe (like new) ring 1 rubber-tired wagon / low I Bro.wer pig metal sides with new floor 1. Brower 1 grain auger with auger hog feeder 1 tractor gras seeder (like 1Brower hog r ingIl new) 2 A hog houses ]John Deere foldup harrow Hedge posts 1 camper top 1 male Border This machinery has been in 1 stockman's the shed. 40 big round brome A.L. (Doc) and Joy Bevill, Own00 Ewing, Mo. Dwight Singleton--Auctioneer Dieselhorst & Terms--Cash Not ? lamck sernd em iremds