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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Lewistown Erma Dee Derksen I I II Relatives from Tenn., Calif., &amp; Georgia visit Thursday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dye were her sisters, Lillie Dunn and Cora Cowell of Memphis, and nieces, Vivian Evans of California and Olive Steiv of Georgia. Afternoon callers were Deon Dye of Quincy and Arlene Veatch of Monroe City. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Deon Dye and Mrs. Addle Dye attended a wedding reception at the Memphis Country Club for her nephew's son, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harvey. Harry Walker was honored Sunday afternoon at Prairie View Rest Home with an open house from 2 to 4. He has been a resident there for 20 years. Mr. and Mrs. Deon Dye and Becky attended the event and Mrs. Addle Dye accompanied them. Mr. Walker is a brother of Mrs. Dye's mother (Helen Orth). Mrs. Orth makes her home with the Dyes in Quincy• Laura Scoggin spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice. Sunday evening Laura and Elizabeth visited Elsie Ledbetter in LaBelle. Turkey dinner, Thursday, Nov. 7, 11 a.m., Monticello United Methodist Church. Nathan, Gabriel and Hannah Fleer, children of Kim and Monica Fleer, spent Thursday night and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice. Saturday night the Stices visited Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thrasher near Williamstown. Evalena PulE visited Thursday after- noon with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Vaughn and Jon visited Tim Vaughn and fiance, Lisa Long, at Columbia last weekend where they attended a football game. Todd Vaughn spent Sunday with his parents. He lives in Kearney and is employed in Excelsior Springs. Sunday dinner guests of Doris Brumbaugh, Ken and Jimmy were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stice, Richard and Becky a'. Cleo was a supper guest of the Stices. Martha Brown and Anna Mac Burford drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Krawl at Atlanta Wednes- day. On Thursday they accompanied Sheila Krawl and daughter, Kay, to Columbia where Kay had foot surgery. They stayed until Sunday and Kay came home to stay with Anna Mac for a time of recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Worthington of Aurora,. Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Primm were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Dear. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Herbert and family of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. John Holhert and Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Dear took supper to the home of their mother, Margaret HolberL and helped her celebrate her 85th bErry. Callers t-urday afternoon of Nelle Tompkins were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls of Monticello, Mrs. Raymond (Reba Lay) Parker of Memphis, Erma Dee Derksen and Jaymee Martin. all visited with Mr. and Mrs. }rank Cron and family at Springfield. Mrs. Doris Heitman took them to the St. Louis to the Jay Heitmans and stayed overnight. Sunday Doris ate dinner with her mother, Leora Nelson at Stone Hayen. Thursday evening Doris attended visitation for Mrs. Blanche Baker at Downing. Jeffie formerly worked with Mr. Baker on construction work. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stambaugh were Mrs. Mike Carpenter of Novelty, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmuck and Mrs. Clara Stambaugh of LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Graver Bauerrichter of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stambaugh and Scott and Rev. Eloise Marx. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Stambaugh, Brenda and Kimberly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmuck and Mrs. Clara Stam- Laugh, who spent the weekend. Kathryn Bringer called on her aunt, Crystal Tuley, Saturday at LaBelle Manor. Mrs. rTuley is able to get around with the aid of a walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Roger Nichols went to Quincy last Monday. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs. Alice Smith and Etta Mae Hutcherson. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Nichols, Roger and Jeff were Sunday supper guests. Amy and Kim Hackemack of LaBelle spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Benson and children have moved back to their home here after living in Hannibal for some time. Anna Scott Of Steffenville has rented the apartment of the late Golda Campen. She will not move in until after she has a sale. Friday to Sunday guests of Bertie Logan were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Logan and Lindsay of Olathe, Kan. Saturday they went to their old home place near Steffenville where Bill was born. The place is now owned by Mr. and Mrs, Minter Moore of St. Louis and they happened to be at the place this weekend and all enjoyed a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay attended the play at Culver-Stockton College Friday night "Something's Afoot." Their grandson, Scott Webster, was a member of the east. On Wednesday night they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Lay and family and watched the ball game. Merle Garnett, Azalea and Grace of Elsberry were Monday afternoon an& supper guests of Erma Dee Derksen. M r. and MF, Kevin Martin and Mr. 'Marn spent weans- - lay to Sunday at Rochester, Minn., where their father, James (Shorty) Martin had emergency surgery Wed- nesday. He is considered out of danger with further surgery pending. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay entertain- ed Sunday with a dinner for all eight of their children and families. The event honored the birthday of Wilma Wright of Quincy and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Webster of Canton. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lay and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lay and son, Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Lay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lay and family, Joan Spurgeon of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. David Bence and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Simpson and family and Sheena Ray of Quincy. Erma Dee Derksen called on her brother-in-law, Cecil Wilson, in Bless- ing Hospital, Quincy, Tuesday and also visited cousins, Velma Crowley and Mary Lou Spidle. Thursday she had Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 3], | Jeff City engineers honored Sen. Merrell \\; appreciate our local legislators' active support of an educational system that offers a solid engineering curriculum. Excellent engineering programs are essential to attracting and retaining highly qualified faculty, top students and high-technology industry. "Budget cuts over the last few years have left Missouri's engineering programs with obsolete laboratory equipment. This legislation should allow the engineering schools to begin catching up with technology used in industry today." According to the bill, signed by Gay. John Ashcroft on Aug. 13, funding for the first year includes outright grants of $2,400 per bachelor's degree awarded during the previous fiscal year in accredited, state-supported engineering programs. In subsequent years, funding is tied to the lesser of 'o figures based on the number of graduates and the dollar value of new funds for equipment purchase which the schools obtain from sources other that state appropriations. The provi- sions of the law terminate on June 30, 1990. Grants are subject to the availability of funds. The Jefferson City Chapter is one of 12 chapters within the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers, the only organization in Missouri that repre- sents all branches of engineering. Its 2,800 members have united to encour- age registration and professionalism for protection of the public health, safety and welfare. Senator Norman Merrell of Monti- cello is one of three legislators honored by Jefferson City-area engineers for participation in the passage of legislation which establishes a match- ing grants program for the funding of laborato" equipment at state-support- ed engineering schools. At a luncheon meeting of the Jefferson City Chapter of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE), Oct. 25. at the Governor Hotel, MSPE President Calvin M Ochs, PE, presented plaques to Sen. Merrell; Sen. James Strong, R-Jeffer- son City; and Sen. Ralph Uthlaut. R-New Florence. Jefferson City Chapter President Gerald Reihsen. PE. said, "We Hunter honored for 30 ),ears with P. O. Postmaster at Lewistown. Prior to his employment with the U.S. Postal Service Mr. Hunter served in the U.S. Air Force as a supply clerk. He joined the U.S. Postal Service in 1957 as a temporary substitute clerk. He was promoted to distribution and window clerk in 1962. Mr. Hunter was reassigned to his present position of rural carrier in 1971. Mr. Hunter's route serves customers at Lewistown, Ewing and Steffenville. F. Wyverne Hunter of Lewistown was honored recently by the U.S. Postal Service for 30 years of creditable service to the U.S. Government. He was presented with a 30-year service award pin and a letter of commendation by Mary Earlywine, Sharpsburg Lucille Mineor I Norval Sharpe visiting in community Banks succeeds Arnold as Cancer Center head Hartley G. Banks, a Columbia investor and real estate developer, was elected to succeed Jefferson City banker, Burleigh Arnold, as president of the Cancer Research Center (CRC at the Center's annual Board of Trustees meeting in Columbia. "CRC has moved into a position on the cutting edge of medical technology and cancer research," Arnold said as he turned the presidency over to Banks. "I think our future is a truly exciting one, and I am glad to know that it is in the hands of a leader with the abilities of Hartley Banks." "For me, this is a great honor," the new president said. "Over the past four years, I have watched CRC take a new role as a national leader in cancer research and treatment. I am looking forward to working with the center's staff as it helps lead the medical profession into a new era in the treatment of cancer." During Arnold's four years as president, both CRC in the field of cancer research have made important strides forward. Many recent advances in immunology and biological ap- proaches to cancer treatment--includ- ing several developed at CRC---are bringing about radical changes and traditional approaches to treatment of cancer and many other diseases. During Arnold's tenure as president he was responsible for obtaining research contracts from the State of Missouri and obtaining more than $425,000 from a private foundation. He also was responsible for instituting board action and reforms in management at CRC. Norval C. Sharpe and daughter, Regina, of Tulsa, Okla., are visiting with relatives and friends in the community, but especially with his father, Melvin Sharpe at LaBelle Manor. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. JanE Miller visited her mother, Mrs. Gladys Reed in LaBelle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber were Tuesday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear. Anne Minear, a teacher in Green- Joe Hirsch is a patient at Grim- Smith Hospital in Kirksville. Mrs. Hirsch and daughters are frequent visitors. Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarrod visited Mrs. Margaret Kimberley Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florea and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Florea, Jeremy and Heather attended the Florea reunion Sunday at the senior center in LaBelle. Mrs. Jodie Thrasher of Lewistown visited Mrs. Lucille Minear Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Lay at Lewistown. Wade Weber of Williamstown was a recent visitor in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernes* Wpbr. Mrs. Bruce Minear and Mrs. Jerry SpicknaU ate dinner Thursday with their sister, Mrs. Verlyn Luker in wood School at Kirksville, was a ,v --. •  -- . • r weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce :. i00lauona! LTrange• [o meet !n ure. Minear and family.   ,  ..... .., ...... .. .... , . ..........  ......... Mr-and Mrs. Port Mcracken  In less than a month s time to attend all or some portion of the visited at LaBelle Manor Monday.  delegates representing 400,000 Grange convention. The Grange was the first farm organization to be organized in members will meet in Eugene, Ore. to confront legislative issues affecting the economic stability of rural America. The Grange will be holding its national convention in Eugene Nov. 11-18. The farm credit system, tax reform impact on agriculture, reorganization of USDA, trade issues and the 1985 farm bill will be among the major topics of deliberation. Hundreds of resolutions dealing with agriculture, conservation, taxation, health, trans- portation and labor will he presented to the delegate body of the National Grange for consideration. Delegate action will determine the Grange's legislative policies for the coming year. Edward Andersen, Master of the National Grange, said, "These are severe times for the American farmer and rural communities throughout the country. The Grange is strongly committed to continuing its fight to improve the economic conditions and PR ESS-NE WS Published Every Americanton David 130 Avenue Of The Canton, The Conion PreSS [El 1862 Co nll I,0@d NOv lhe Con xohdoled Jono°r r he te,s County )outl The t ew,stOwn News The Contot Press News ConsohdOlel Jo¢ Mtt Advertising Repre MISSOURI PRESS Columbia, RATE In Lewis, Knox, and Clark Counti, : i a year ............... :" Six months ................ Elsewhere in Missouri ! other states, a year .. Six months .............. Advertiq Display Advertising, Column inch ........... Classified Advertising, Per word ............. Minimum ................. Display Classified, . .! Col. inch ............... Card of Thanks .......... the country that is also a fraternal LOCKER BUTCHERING BEEF T USaAV:  AW SELL CORNFED BEEF ¼ OR RETAIL CUT I1¥ Phone MENU: 3OUr DIHH[II Btit/I/IIl SATURDAY, NOV. 2 (Start servin$ ! L[WI3TOWH CHIIlSTI/00H t in the Church Fellowship Hall- !Public A Sunday afternoon Shirley Anderson lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Everette Quincy. well-being of family farmers who are and granddaughter, Lindsie Bringer, Webster in Kirksville and stopped by , desperately trying to hold on to their : Real estate, lumber and miscellaneous to be sold Of called and visited in the Cliff Smith LaBelle Manor to visit friends. Jaymee Bonnie Jansen and three sons ot farms.' home. Martin spent Tuesday night tel Monday G _ _ Fowler spent Sunday with her parents, Thous dx ,F c'.,.- ........ ,Y,,,+,a former Baptist Church in Durham, Mo., on Mr. and Mrs. arrett Haines, Mr. morning while her parents were out of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Meter. an ..... o-s, ..... - ..... : andMrs. Ted McChristy of Quincy and town. ' 1 Graee Itaines went toremont Ia., To climax a month long high   l : 00turday, Nov. 9 Friday to help her sh, Mrs' Ora attendance effort at the First Baptist CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF Dinsmrate her  birthday Church, 117 people let go of helium : • They rened home Saturday " balloons after church Sunday morning. S}arting at I o clock p.m. sharp , Mr. *d . Frank Per of San Each balloon contained the name and The Ink of I00Belle ** 30 sheets aM' plywo<M:l; approximately 1000' of 11 Diego,li[  left Wednesday after a address of a person and it is hoped . City, LaBelle. County, Lewis; • V2"XI6 , two w stay with her brother Mr many responses will be made by ones State, Missouri'; Zip Code, 63447; : sheeting; approx. 1500 sq. ft. flooring, 1 x3 , ' H  ,t  • t# ,, t t# t, # ve and Mrs. Jeffie Heitman. While' here recovering the balloons. Close of Business Date, September 30, 1985 2 X6 20, 2 X6 X14, 2 X6 X17, 2 X6 X16, the abo ASSETS , : consists of approx. 300 pieces; approx. 85 2"x]O':l Cash and balances due from depository institutions: ...........  b.a' Noninterest-bearing balances and cur'rency and coinlnterest.bearing balances ....................................... ............... .. 735100 : round2"x12"x17' ;posts; 2 severalP°Sts 6"x6"x7" ;bundles of 4 postslathes,6"x6"x16' ;100 in bUr""u ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT TO SecuritiesFederal funds .............................................................. sold and securities purchased 5 377 : frames;48"x36" assortmentWind°ws andof doors,frameS;cement10 8'X3'blocksWindo*Lland ItW: under agreements to resell ................................ 3 200 : used carpet; 600 bles good alfalfa hay. LEWIS COUNTY PATRONS OF THE Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................... 10,536 : Real Estate will be sold at 2 p.m.----" ff GOLDEN EAGLE. RIVERBOAT.____ DINNER_ THEATRE d.b" LESS:Loans andAll°wanCeleases, fOrnetlOanof unearnedand leaSeincome.lOSSeS ................... 172 allowance, and reserve ............................................... 10 364 : Real estate consists of 2 lots approx. 75'x150' each a,l] will be sold as a unit, located across the roa d  , Res. ¢ Premises and fixed assets(including capitalized leases) ...: ........... 20 ervations for individuals, groups and Other real estate owned ................................................ 138 : former Durham Baptist Church, also has a small U Other assets ......................................................... 719 22'x15' on the ground. This is a very good building sli= , bu=nesses for the 1985 Golden Eagle Total assets ............................................................ 20 653 : city water available. "' . LIABILITIES ' : Terms: I0 percent down day of sale• balance u L • " delivery of deed and abstract. Legal description giW 1[ Christmas Banquet & Show are now being Deposits: . . ,,, ": In domestic offices ..................................................... 18 696 : of sale. Seller reserves rght to relect or accept any accept p00,eed.. ( 1 ) Noninterest-bearing ................. ' ........................ 2,688 (2) Interest-bearing .). ........................................ 16.008 : bids day of sale. 73  Federal funds purchased and securities sold under 314 288 5 (weekdays, 9.12, I-4) agreements to repurchase ............................................ 200 : NOt responsible for loss or accident day of sale Other liabilities ..... . .................................................. 393 for your reservations. Total liabilities ............................ : ........................... 19 289 : Terms: Cash EQUITY CAPITAL' SHOW DATES" DEC. $,6,7; 12'13,14; 19,20,21 ! Common Stock ............................ : ........................ , 50 : Durham l00ptist Chur00, •  Surplus ............. : ................... : ............................  k 150 ' @ d$@p@Jflf@d -- @$@rve @w @r y@ur I Undivided profits and capital reserves ................................. i 064 Total equity capital ....................... i: .............. 1 364 : Clerk: Verna Wallace Nancy Scoff: t Chr/$tm@$ P@r@$| t Totaland liabilities,equity capitallimited'life .......... preferred stock, " " 20 653 @ Auctioneers: J. P. Wallace and Scoff .. N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Lewistown Erma Dee Derksen I I II Relatives from Tenn., Calif., & Georgia visit Thursday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dye were her sisters, Lillie Dunn and Cora Cowell of Memphis, and nieces, Vivian Evans of California and Olive Steiv of Georgia. Afternoon callers were Deon Dye of Quincy and Arlene Veatch of Monroe City. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Deon Dye and Mrs. Addle Dye attended a wedding reception at the Memphis Country Club for her nephew's son, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harvey. Harry Walker was honored Sunday afternoon at Prairie View Rest Home with an open house from 2 to 4. He has been a resident there for 20 years. Mr. and Mrs. Deon Dye and Becky attended the event and Mrs. Addle Dye accompanied them. Mr. Walker is a brother of Mrs. Dye's mother (Helen Orth). Mrs. Orth makes her home with the Dyes in Quincy• Laura Scoggin spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice. Sunday evening Laura and Elizabeth visited Elsie Ledbetter in LaBelle. Turkey dinner, Thursday, Nov. 7, 11 a.m., Monticello United Methodist Church. Nathan, Gabriel and Hannah Fleer, children of Kim and Monica Fleer, spent Thursday night and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice. Saturday night the Stices visited Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thrasher near Williamstown. Evalena PulE visited Thursday after- noon with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Vaughn and Jon visited Tim Vaughn and fiance, Lisa Long, at Columbia last weekend where they attended a football game. Todd Vaughn spent Sunday with his parents. He lives in Kearney and is employed in Excelsior Springs. Sunday dinner guests of Doris Brumbaugh, Ken and Jimmy were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stice, Richard and Becky a'. Cleo was a supper guest of the Stices. Martha Brown and Anna Mac Burford drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Krawl at Atlanta Wednes- day. On Thursday they accompanied Sheila Krawl and daughter, Kay, to Columbia where Kay had foot surgery. They stayed until Sunday and Kay came home to stay with Anna Mac for a time of recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Worthington of Aurora,. Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Primm were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Dear. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Herbert and family of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. John Holhert and Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Dear took supper to the home of their mother, Margaret HolberL and helped her celebrate her 85th bErry. Callers t-urday afternoon of Nelle Tompkins were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls of Monticello, Mrs. Raymond (Reba Lay) Parker of Memphis, Erma Dee Derksen and Jaymee Martin. all visited with Mr. and Mrs. }rank Cron and family at Springfield. Mrs. Doris Heitman took them to the St. Louis to the Jay Heitmans and stayed overnight. Sunday Doris ate dinner with her mother, Leora Nelson at Stone Hayen. Thursday evening Doris attended visitation for Mrs. Blanche Baker at Downing. Jeffie formerly worked with Mr. Baker on construction work. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stambaugh were Mrs. Mike Carpenter of Novelty, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmuck and Mrs. Clara Stambaugh of LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Graver Bauerrichter of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stambaugh and Scott and Rev. Eloise Marx. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Stambaugh, Brenda and Kimberly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmuck and Mrs. Clara Stam- Laugh, who spent the weekend. Kathryn Bringer called on her aunt, Crystal Tuley, Saturday at LaBelle Manor. Mrs. rTuley is able to get around with the aid of a walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Roger Nichols went to Quincy last Monday. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs. Alice Smith and Etta Mae Hutcherson. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Nichols, Roger and Jeff were Sunday supper guests. Amy and Kim Hackemack of LaBelle spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Featherlin and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Benson and children have moved back to their home here after living in Hannibal for some time. Anna Scott Of Steffenville has rented the apartment of the late Golda Campen. She will not move in until after she has a sale. Friday to Sunday guests of Bertie Logan were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Logan and Lindsay of Olathe, Kan. Saturday they went to their old home place near Steffenville where Bill was born. The place is now owned by Mr. and Mrs, Minter Moore of St. Louis and they happened to be at the place this weekend and all enjoyed a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay attended the play at Culver-Stockton College Friday night "Something's Afoot." Their grandson, Scott Webster, was a member of the east. On Wednesday night they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Lay and family and watched the ball game. Merle Garnett, Azalea and Grace of Elsberry were Monday afternoon an& supper guests of Erma Dee Derksen. M r. and MF, Kevin Martin and Mr. 'Marn spent weans- - lay to Sunday at Rochester, Minn., where their father, James (Shorty) Martin had emergency surgery Wed- nesday. He is considered out of danger with further surgery pending. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lay entertain- ed Sunday with a dinner for all eight of their children and families. The event honored the birthday of Wilma Wright of Quincy and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Webster of Canton. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lay and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lay and son, Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Lay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lay and family, Joan Spurgeon of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. David Bence and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Simpson and family and Sheena Ray of Quincy. Erma Dee Derksen called on her brother-in-law, Cecil Wilson, in Bless- ing Hospital, Quincy, Tuesday and also visited cousins, Velma Crowley and Mary Lou Spidle. Thursday she had Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 3], | Jeff City engineers honored Sen. Merrell \\; appreciate our local legislators' active support of an educational system that offers a solid engineering curriculum. Excellent engineering programs are essential to attracting and retaining highly qualified faculty, top students and high-technology industry. "Budget cuts over the last few years have left Missouri's engineering programs with obsolete laboratory equipment. This legislation should allow the engineering schools to begin catching up with technology used in industry today." According to the bill, signed by Gay. John Ashcroft on Aug. 13, funding for the first year includes outright grants of $2,400 per bachelor's degree awarded during the previous fiscal year in accredited, state-supported engineering programs. In subsequent years, funding is tied to the lesser of 'o figures based on the number of graduates and the dollar value of new funds for equipment purchase which the schools obtain from sources other that state appropriations. The provi- sions of the law terminate on June 30, 1990. Grants are subject to the availability of funds. The Jefferson City Chapter is one of 12 chapters within the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers, the only organization in Missouri that repre- sents all branches of engineering. Its 2,800 members have united to encour- age registration and professionalism for protection of the public health, safety and welfare. Senator Norman Merrell of Monti- cello is one of three legislators honored by Jefferson City-area engineers for participation in the passage of legislation which establishes a match- ing grants program for the funding of laborato" equipment at state-support- ed engineering schools. At a luncheon meeting of the Jefferson City Chapter of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE), Oct. 25. at the Governor Hotel, MSPE President Calvin M Ochs, PE, presented plaques to Sen. Merrell; Sen. James Strong, R-Jeffer- son City; and Sen. Ralph Uthlaut. R-New Florence. Jefferson City Chapter President Gerald Reihsen. PE. said, "We Hunter honored for 30 ),ears with P. O. Postmaster at Lewistown. Prior to his employment with the U.S. Postal Service Mr. Hunter served in the U.S. Air Force as a supply clerk. He joined the U.S. Postal Service in 1957 as a temporary substitute clerk. He was promoted to distribution and window clerk in 1962. Mr. Hunter was reassigned to his present position of rural carrier in 1971. Mr. Hunter's route serves customers at Lewistown, Ewing and Steffenville. F. Wyverne Hunter of Lewistown was honored recently by the U.S. Postal Service for 30 years of creditable service to the U.S. Government. He was presented with a 30-year service award pin and a letter of commendation by Mary Earlywine, Sharpsburg Lucille Mineor I Norval Sharpe visiting in community Banks succeeds Arnold as Cancer Center head Hartley G. Banks, a Columbia investor and real estate developer, was elected to succeed Jefferson City banker, Burleigh Arnold, as president of the Cancer Research Center (CRC at the Center's annual Board of Trustees meeting in Columbia. "CRC has moved into a position on the cutting edge of medical technology and cancer research," Arnold said as he turned the presidency over to Banks. "I think our future is a truly exciting one, and I am glad to know that it is in the hands of a leader with the abilities of Hartley Banks." "For me, this is a great honor," the new president said. "Over the past four years, I have watched CRC take a new role as a national leader in cancer research and treatment. I am looking forward to working with the center's staff as it helps lead the medical profession into a new era in the treatment of cancer." During Arnold's four years as president, both CRC in the field of cancer research have made important strides forward. Many recent advances in immunology and biological ap- proaches to cancer treatment--includ- ing several developed at CRC---are bringing about radical changes and traditional approaches to treatment of cancer and many other diseases. During Arnold's tenure as president he was responsible for obtaining research contracts from the State of Missouri and obtaining more than $425,000 from a private foundation. He also was responsible for instituting board action and reforms in management at CRC. Norval C. Sharpe and daughter, Regina, of Tulsa, Okla., are visiting with relatives and friends in the community, but especially with his father, Melvin Sharpe at LaBelle Manor. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. JanE Miller visited her mother, Mrs. Gladys Reed in LaBelle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber were Tuesday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear. Anne Minear, a teacher in Green- Joe Hirsch is a patient at Grim- Smith Hospital in Kirksville. Mrs. Hirsch and daughters are frequent visitors. Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarrod visited Mrs. Margaret Kimberley Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florea and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Florea, Jeremy and Heather attended the Florea reunion Sunday at the senior center in LaBelle. Mrs. Jodie Thrasher of Lewistown visited Mrs. Lucille Minear Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Lay at Lewistown. Wade Weber of Williamstown was a recent visitor in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernes* Wpbr. Mrs. Bruce Minear and Mrs. Jerry SpicknaU ate dinner Thursday with their sister, Mrs. Verlyn Luker in wood School at Kirksville, was a ,v --. •  -- . • r weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce :. i00lauona! LTrange• [o meet !n ure. Minear and family.   ,  ..... .., ...... .. .... , . ..........  ......... Mr-and Mrs. Port Mcracken  In less than a month s time to attend all or some portion of the visited at LaBelle Manor Monday.  delegates representing 400,000 Grange convention. The Grange was the first farm organization to be organized in members will meet in Eugene, Ore. to confront legislative issues affecting the economic stability of rural America. The Grange will be holding its national convention in Eugene Nov. 11-18. The farm credit system, tax reform impact on agriculture, reorganization of USDA, trade issues and the 1985 farm bill will be among the major topics of deliberation. Hundreds of resolutions dealing with agriculture, conservation, taxation, health, trans- portation and labor will he presented to the delegate body of the National Grange for consideration. Delegate action will determine the Grange's legislative policies for the coming year. Edward Andersen, Master of the National Grange, said, "These are severe times for the American farmer and rural communities throughout the country. The Grange is strongly committed to continuing its fight to improve the economic conditions and PR ESS-NE WS Published Every Americanton David 130 Avenue Of The Canton, The Conion PreSS [El 1862 Co nll I,0@d NOv lhe Con xohdoled Jono°r r he te,s County )outl The t ew,stOwn News The Contot Press News ConsohdOlel Jo¢ Mtt Advertising Repre MISSOURI PRESS Columbia, RATE In Lewis, Knox, and Clark Counti, : i a year ............... :" Six months ................ Elsewhere in Missouri ! other states, a year .. Six months .............. Advertiq Display Advertising, Column inch ........... Classified Advertising, Per word ............. Minimum ................. Display Classified, . .! Col. inch ............... Card of Thanks .......... the country that is also a fraternal LOCKER BUTCHERING BEEF T USaAV:  AW SELL CORNFED BEEF ¼ OR RETAIL CUT I1¥ Phone MENU: 3OUr DIHH[II Btit/I/IIl SATURDAY, NOV. 2 (Start servin$ ! L[WI3TOWH CHIIlSTI/00H t in the Church Fellowship Hall- !Public A Sunday afternoon Shirley Anderson lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Everette Quincy. well-being of family farmers who are and granddaughter, Lindsie Bringer, Webster in Kirksville and stopped by , desperately trying to hold on to their : Real estate, lumber and miscellaneous to be sold Of called and visited in the Cliff Smith LaBelle Manor to visit friends. Jaymee Bonnie Jansen and three sons ot farms.' home. Martin spent Tuesday night tel Monday G _ _ Fowler spent Sunday with her parents, Thous dx ,F c'.,.- ........ ,Y,,,+,a former Baptist Church in Durham, Mo., on Mr. and Mrs. arrett Haines, Mr. morning while her parents were out of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Meter. an ..... o-s, ..... - ..... : andMrs. Ted McChristy of Quincy and town. ' 1 Graee Itaines went toremont Ia., To climax a month long high   l : 00turday, Nov. 9 Friday to help her sh, Mrs' Ora attendance effort at the First Baptist CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF Dinsmrate her  birthday Church, 117 people let go of helium : • They rened home Saturday " balloons after church Sunday morning. S}arting at I o clock p.m. sharp , Mr. *d . Frank Per of San Each balloon contained the name and The Ink of I00Belle ** 30 sheets aM' plywo<M:l; approximately 1000' of 11 Diego,li[  left Wednesday after a address of a person and it is hoped . City, LaBelle. County, Lewis; • V2"XI6 , two w stay with her brother Mr many responses will be made by ones State, Missouri'; Zip Code, 63447; : sheeting; approx. 1500 sq. ft. flooring, 1 x3 , ' H  ,t  • t# ,, t t# t, # ve and Mrs. Jeffie Heitman. While' here recovering the balloons. Close of Business Date, September 30, 1985 2 X6 20, 2 X6 X14, 2 X6 X17, 2 X6 X16, the abo ASSETS , : consists of approx. 300 pieces; approx. 85 2"x]O':l Cash and balances due from depository institutions: ...........  b.a' Noninterest-bearing balances and cur'rency and coinlnterest.bearing balances ....................................... ............... .. 735100 : round2"x12"x17' ;posts; 2 severalP°Sts 6"x6"x7" ;bundles of 4 postslathes,6"x6"x16' ;100 in bUr""u ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT TO SecuritiesFederal funds .............................................................. sold and securities purchased 5 377 : frames;48"x36" assortmentWind°ws andof doors,frameS;cement10 8'X3'blocksWindo*Lland ItW: under agreements to resell ................................ 3 200 : used carpet; 600 bles good alfalfa hay. LEWIS COUNTY PATRONS OF THE Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................... 10,536 : Real Estate will be sold at 2 p.m.----" ff GOLDEN EAGLE. RIVERBOAT.____ DINNER_ THEATRE d.b" LESS:Loans andAll°wanCeleases, fOrnetlOanof unearnedand leaSeincome.lOSSeS ................... 172 allowance, and reserve ............................................... 10 364 : Real estate consists of 2 lots approx. 75'x150' each a,l] will be sold as a unit, located across the roa d  , Res. ¢ Premises and fixed assets(including capitalized leases) ...: ........... 20 ervations for individuals, groups and Other real estate owned ................................................ 138 : former Durham Baptist Church, also has a small U Other assets ......................................................... 719 22'x15' on the ground. This is a very good building sli= , bu=nesses for the 1985 Golden Eagle Total assets ............................................................ 20 653 : city water available. "' . LIABILITIES ' : Terms: I0 percent down day of sale• balance u L • " delivery of deed and abstract. Legal description giW 1[ Christmas Banquet & Show are now being Deposits: . . ,,, ": In domestic offices ..................................................... 18 696 : of sale. Seller reserves rght to relect or accept any accept p00,eed.. ( 1 ) Noninterest-bearing ................. ' ........................ 2,688 (2) Interest-bearing .). ........................................ 16.008 : bids day of sale. 73  Federal funds purchased and securities sold under 314 288 5 (weekdays, 9.12, I-4) agreements to repurchase ............................................ 200 : NOt responsible for loss or accident day of sale Other liabilities ..... . .................................................. 393 for your reservations. Total liabilities ............................ : ........................... 19 289 : Terms: Cash EQUITY CAPITAL' SHOW DATES" DEC. $,6,7; 12'13,14; 19,20,21 ! Common Stock ............................ : ........................ , 50 : Durham l00ptist Chur00, •  Surplus ............. : ................... : ............................  k 150 ' @ d$@p@Jflf@d -- @$@rve @w @r y@ur I Undivided profits and capital reserves ................................. i 064 Total equity capital ....................... i: .............. 1 364 : Clerk: Verna Wallace Nancy Scoff: t Chr/$tm@$ P@r@$| t Totaland liabilities,equity capitallimited'life .......... preferred stock, " " 20 653 @ Auctioneers: J. P. Wallace and Scoff ..