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Shindig appear Methodists&apos;, Holiday Mall successful event popular Mid- music star, m person at the high auditor- Nov. 19, at 6 The show is being the Nemo Shrine Proceeds will help the Shrine Benefit emcee, performer of the "Country Show, located fabulous Lake of will appear along entire "Shindig" SOLD SPOOK STICKS -- Jean Calvert of Canton displays "spook sticks" at the Holiday Mall at the Methodist church Saturday. Mrs. Calvert created the edible spooks out of almond bark. blic Auction. = four blocks from the Southeast corner of the park in Missouri , October 28 Starting at 1:30 p.m. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS and matching chair set; hidabed; dresser; metal oak stand table; walnut stand table on rollers; walnut w/drop leaf; RCA black and white 21-in. television; occasional chair; wicker chair; 2 rocking chairs; 3 wooden chairs; combination wood or coal or electric ;Love; white enamel wash stand, old; 3 Axminister rugs, 2, one 9x12; 3 dishpans; 5 one gallon stone crocks; 6 jars, ranging from 1 to 8 gallons; 3 washpans; Daisy holds 1 gallon; 2 washtubs; 1 Polaroid black & white lard press and grinder; 2 antique clover-leaf plates; of dishes, some antique; popcorn popper; old shaving brush & hone. trimming saw; garden planter and other garden tools; Timothy seeder; John Deere corn sheller; pipe wrench and wrenches; garden duster; 2-wheel trailer, good; rope ; old lantern, kerosene lamp; 3 two gal. cream ; 1 five gal. cream can; 4 claw hammers. Other things too to mention. Consigned by Neighbor ue hat & glove chest; antique standtable; antique ,36 in. high; antique small dishes, and other things; skillet; iron bed, antique; dinette table & 4 chairs; 1 net, 36"x64',x18"; recliner chair, almost new. Cash Not responible for accidents and Mrs. Cecil Bill Jones, Auctioneer Is This What You Like In Mortgage Loan? terms to fit your budget e I'qRFWI'E'm#'h@/ Jane Dodson. left. admires handcrafted plaques as Jiffy PILLOW HANDCRAFTS--DorotbyZenge, left. and Edith kt ltartmann and Mrs. Ivan Clark watch at the Holiday Mall Glasgow, both of Canton, study a handcrafted pillow at the at the Immauel Methodist Church Saturday. Mrs. Clark Immanuel Methodist Church Holiday Mall. The money reports that business was brisk and that the concession raised from the sale of food and sundrious items will go to CANTON. MO stand ran out of much of the food they had for sale. the general fund of the church. TllURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Topic set for 3::3:33E:I3E:I:3Z||:I33|z3zzZ|EZz3|3ZtE3E3|x||||||||x|||||||||H ..=..:i:.-==- t Extension i '= ! Homemakers M ,,, " ,, SPECIALS " The topic this year i or t ,j j Ir Extension Homemakers Clubs in Family Economics is *l "What's In An Issue?" This is presented by Mary Ruth  MENIS Z= Knott, family economics and management specialist. t INSULATED =z il iwi Becoming involved in a Ir [ consumer issue means enter-= BOOTS = ing an area where there is   controversy and public discus-    sion. The ladies acquired a  FuJI Jace or top Jace. "' / gZ better understanding of the their issue' which will determine  can step-by-step method which e beown uSedposition to explore and an to ,', " ,-' ." ); , I" =6 9r- Your choice RUGS ROOM SIZE 8'A xlt 4 i  organize a plan of action.  . EACH The ladies learned the six ;teps which are essential in  GREAT BUY analyzing consumer *issues. Ik " MEN'S "Hlese included identifying the l MIXED oonsumerissue, identifying   BLACK NYLON interested parties, viewpoints Ikdt on the consumer issue, con-/t QUILTED " sider impactandimplications = NUTS of the consumer issue, develop individual perspective' and fl Jackets determine personal plans.  12 O Z. 1 t C Theissuewhich each lady = CAN '0 worked through during the  Heavy 8 OZ. training session was food labeling. Each of the ladies Insulation attending the session will take = CASHEWS the lesson back and present it to their individual clubs.  Sizes $- M- L- Xl " 83 Lewis County has 12 clubs It 9 OZ. BAG C REG. 8.99 with an enrollment of 173 Ik members. . $7 66 e, GREAT BUY pleasant people with-whom "  OR Give Heart Fund -' i Assoc,.:,.o. , C|PAC01. DELTA  o,,-Q to do business .-, ,o,,0, .,=, ,.  'lns--ance = --'" money saving ideas - Tips = Mouth Wash La_s BATHROOM I .' reasonable interest . J L . ..   , , DELTA  = 18 or 24 I= omm TISSUE '-' e prompt closing = mY  OF 4 3U ,  [-,,s all adds up to the kind of a loan you can live - *'* * ' "- * " i through good times and bad. Talktoour  ,;  -)) i lists... without obligation.  " - ............ ".  --'. _=_ , ==.. .<__//j, . TOOTHPASTE ........ -"-% t q " " PKG. oF 12 PKG. |e , J"#* h/::d::::::  RE. 1.09 /3 - ---- ---' I .......... ,,,. . ' COMBS...... Z9 SAVI "'""'" "N-G--' t' "COUNT ON US- WE COUNT ON YOU" PALMYRA' AND BUILDING A==OCIAT,O" /%. " P.N. HIRSCH & 1.O, Palmyra -- Canton -- Kahoka J Ill0000/ Where You Sore E$ Moke o rence!  '3AI'ISFAaION M.WA$" AN INI'|RCO CO. Shindig appear Methodists', Holiday Mall successful event popular Mid- music star, m person at the high auditor- Nov. 19, at 6 The show is being the Nemo Shrine Proceeds will help the Shrine Benefit emcee, performer of the "Country Show, located fabulous Lake of will appear along entire "Shindig" SOLD SPOOK STICKS -- Jean Calvert of Canton displays "spook sticks" at the Holiday Mall at the Methodist church Saturday. Mrs. Calvert created the edible spooks out of almond bark. blic Auction. = four blocks from the Southeast corner of the park in Missouri , October 28 Starting at 1:30 p.m. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS and matching chair set; hidabed; dresser; metal oak stand table; walnut stand table on rollers; walnut w/drop leaf; RCA black and white 21-in. television; occasional chair; wicker chair; 2 rocking chairs; 3 wooden chairs; combination wood or coal or electric ;Love; white enamel wash stand, old; 3 Axminister rugs, 2, one 9x12; 3 dishpans; 5 one gallon stone crocks; 6 jars, ranging from 1 to 8 gallons; 3 washpans; Daisy holds 1 gallon; 2 washtubs; 1 Polaroid black & white lard press and grinder; 2 antique clover-leaf plates; of dishes, some antique; popcorn popper; old shaving brush & hone. trimming saw; garden planter and other garden tools; Timothy seeder; John Deere corn sheller; pipe wrench and wrenches; garden duster; 2-wheel trailer, good; rope ; old lantern, kerosene lamp; 3 two gal. cream ; 1 five gal. cream can; 4 claw hammers. Other things too to mention. Consigned by Neighbor ue hat & glove chest; antique standtable; antique ,36 in. high; antique small dishes, and other things; skillet; iron bed, antique; dinette table & 4 chairs; 1 net, 36"x64',x18"; recliner chair, almost new. Cash Not responible for accidents and Mrs. Cecil Bill Jones, Auctioneer Is This What You Like In Mortgage Loan? terms to fit your budget e I'qRFWI'E'm#'h@/ Jane Dodson. left. admires handcrafted plaques as Jiffy PILLOW HANDCRAFTS--DorotbyZenge, left. and Edith kt ltartmann and Mrs. Ivan Clark watch at the Holiday Mall Glasgow, both of Canton, study a handcrafted pillow at the at the Immauel Methodist Church Saturday. Mrs. Clark Immanuel Methodist Church Holiday Mall. The money reports that business was brisk and that the concession raised from the sale of food and sundrious items will go to CANTON. MO stand ran out of much of the food they had for sale. the general fund of the church. TllURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1978 Topic set for 3::3:33E:I3E:I:3Z||:I33|z3zzZ|EZz3|3ZtE3E3|x||||||||x|||||||||H ..=..:i:.-==- t Extension i '= ! Homemakers M ,,, " ,, SPECIALS " The topic this year i or t ,j j Ir Extension Homemakers Clubs in Family Economics is *l "What's In An Issue?" This is presented by Mary Ruth  MENIS Z= Knott, family economics and management specialist. t INSULATED =z il iwi Becoming involved in a Ir [ consumer issue means enter-= BOOTS = ing an area where there is   controversy and public discus-    sion. The ladies acquired a  FuJI Jace or top Jace. "' / gZ better understanding of the their issue' which will determine  can step-by-step method which e beown uSedposition to explore and an to ,', " ,-' ." ); , I" =6 9r- Your choice RUGS ROOM SIZE 8'A xlt 4 i  organize a plan of action.  . EACH The ladies learned the six ;teps which are essential in  GREAT BUY analyzing consumer *issues. Ik " MEN'S "Hlese included identifying the l MIXED oonsumerissue, identifying   BLACK NYLON interested parties, viewpoints Ikdt on the consumer issue, con-/t QUILTED " sider impactandimplications = NUTS of the consumer issue, develop individual perspective' and fl Jackets determine personal plans.  12 O Z. 1 t C Theissuewhich each lady = CAN '0 worked through during the  Heavy 8 OZ. training session was food labeling. Each of the ladies Insulation attending the session will take = CASHEWS the lesson back and present it to their individual clubs.  Sizes $- M- L- Xl " 83 Lewis County has 12 clubs It 9 OZ. BAG C REG. 8.99 with an enrollment of 173 Ik members. . $7 66 e, GREAT BUY pleasant people with-whom "  OR Give Heart Fund -' i Assoc,.:,.o. , C|PAC01. DELTA  o,,-Q to do business .-, ,o,,0, .,=, ,.  'lns--ance = --'" money saving ideas - Tips = Mouth Wash La_s BATHROOM I .' reasonable interest . J L . ..   , , DELTA  = 18 or 24 I= omm TISSUE '-' e prompt closing = mY  OF 4 3U ,  [-,,s all adds up to the kind of a loan you can live - *'* * ' "- * " i through good times and bad. Talktoour  ,;  -)) i lists... without obligation.  " - ............ ".  --'. _=_ , ==.. .<__//j, . TOOTHPASTE ........ -"-% t q " " PK G. oF 12 PKG. |e , J"#* h/::d::::::  RE. 1.09 /3 - ---- ---' I .......... ,,,. . ' COMBS...... Z9 SAVI "'""'" "N-G--' t' "COUNT ON US- WE COUNT ON YOU" PALMYRA' AND BUILDING A==OCIAT,O" /%. " P.N. HIRSCH & 1.O, Palmyra -- Canton -- Kahoka J Ill0000/ Where You Sore E$ Moke o rence!  '3AI'ISFAaION M.WA$" AN INI'|RCO CO.