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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canfon, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985 Monticello mrs. Nancy Breeding II IIIIII James Martin is patient in Rochester, Minn. James Martin is a patient in St. Mary Hospital at Rochester, Minn., following major surgery. Joni SLice of Lewistown spent Thursday and Friday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester SLice. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Daggs of Ewing were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray. Mrs. Inez Peek called on Mrs. Melvin Rutledge Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Landis and Ryan of Jacksonville were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and family at LaPlata. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg called on Mrs. Hazel Legg at Williamstown Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Williams spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Kenneth Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Raithel of Hannibal, Mrs. Dallas Davis of Gig Harbor, Wash., and Mrs. Kathleen Clickner of Durham called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray Tuesday afternoon. Rev. George Pratt became ill at his home Sunday night and was taken to Blessing Hospital in Quincy by ambulance Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls attended funeral services for James Carty at Arnold's Funeral Home in Canton Sunday afternoon. John Burford of Lewistown called on Delmar Breeding Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay have returned home from Duncan, Okla., where they spent several days visiting relatives. Doug Geisendorfer of LaBelle spent Friday thru Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer and sons and E. O. Geisendorfer. Mrs. Harold Fretwell spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. James Cowles and Howard at Knox City. Mr. and Mrs Leroy Brown have returned home from spending a few days in southern Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice and family of LaGrange were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Hrs. Linda Roberson and Angela of Delavor and Mrs. Ruby Henderson of Williamstown I'Tliss fflinnie Selway ! Harvest party planned by Providence Providence Baptist Church will be holding a harvest party Saturday evening, Nov. 2, 7 to 8:30. All kids from five years to sixth grade are welcome. Come droned as Bible characters. Games, treats and prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of Canton were Wednesday dinner guests of Minnie Solway. Durward Spoor of the Lewis County Nursing home was a caner. James Hudnut has purchased the Larry Allison farm. Visitors Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thrasher were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thrasher and Mrs. Doris Brumbaugh of Lewistown. Saturday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice of Lewistown. Kenneth Ford was a Sunday caller in ithe Harold Merrell home at Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Art Shannon recently [' sold their farm to Terry Shannonon and [! purehased the Evelyn Welker property |i where they will move in the near [[ future. [ Callers Friday of Miss Mable Walker [were Dr. Tina Walker and Scaly Susette of New York City and Wilma Day of Knox City. Mable Walker, Sylva Ferguson and Gladys Dorsey were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nichols of rural Kahoka. Mrs. Clara Greggs is a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Walter Morgan of Wayland has purchased the Mrs. Leona Waller farm north of Williamstown. Mrs. Clarence Swenka and daughter of Lewistown spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Maxey, while Mr. Swenka attended the Monta Gosney sale. Mr. and Mrs. June Legg and C. L. were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lennla Legg near LaGrange. Robert Legg called Sunday to see his mother, Mrs. Hazel B. Legg, who was able to move from the nursing home to LaBelle called on Mrs. Nancy Breeding and Delmar Sunday after- noon. Randy Lay spent last week at Racine, Wis., where he was taking Case proof training. Mrs. Earl Veatch spent Saturday with her cousin, Mrs. Fern Clark at Kahoka. Mrs. Mark Cramer and daughter of Grand Rapids, Mich., came for the Geisendorfer sale Saturday. She visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick a Lewistown and also called Saturday evening in the E. O. and Emery Geisendorfer home. Donnetta Stice of St. Charles, who was spending vacation time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stice and daughters at Lewistown, called several times here to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Kenneth Williams had lunch with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tarpon at Edina Friday. Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer and daughters and Mrs. Helen Anderson called Sunday to see Miss Elizabeth McCutchan at Canton. Miss McCutch- an was a recent hospital patient. Mrs. Chester Hinton called on Mrs. Ross Ray Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zahn at Canton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls visited Mrs. Nell Tompkins of Lewistown Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Adah Ficklin and Mrs. Nancy Breeding attended Foster Grandpar- ents In-Service meeting at Canton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cook of Downing spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay and sons. Mrs. Mary McReynolds of Canton and Mrs. Willard Hetzler of Lewistown called on Mrs. Earl Veatch Monday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Williams and Mrs. James Roberson of Williamstown called recently on Mrs. Chester Hinton. Jeff Geisendorfer, a student at Mo. U-Columbia, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer, and attended the E. O. Geisendorfer sale Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Geisendorfer and daughter called in the E. O. and Emery Geisendorfer home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of, Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge and Miss Grace Smith Friday morning. Lance Scifres spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray. Turkey dinner, Thursday, Nov. 7, II a.m., Monticello United Methodist Church. the senior housing in Kahoka. A family get-together was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Phillips in honor of the latter's birthday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Rock Schaller and sons, Dan Shirey and family, Dick Zahn and family, Yvonne Hoewing, Randall Briscee and family, Carmen Phillips, Gretchen Phillips, Bryan Moffit and family, Jake Murphy and family, David Phillips and family and Steve Phillips and family. Ice cream and cake were served. Ona St. Clair, Maxine Nichols and Letha Lemmon spent Thursday with Freda Bevans at Fairmont. Turkey dinner, Thursday, Nov. 7, II a.m.. Monticello United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Don Waterman assisted their daughter, Mrs. Bruce Schlager, move to Columbia over the weekend. Gertrude Bash was a Monday caller of Julia Tucker and Minnie Solway. 0 O/ Completes computer training Daniel Pflibsen of Lewis County Motor Company, has been certified as an electronic engine control specialist after successful completiion of a class Oct. 14-18 in St. Louis. Pflibsen was one of 12 in the class. Durham friary K. Clickner Host costume party for Young People Mr. and Mrs. Ken Standbridge hosted a costume party for the Young People's Class of the Baptist Church Friday evening. Those attending were Marty Rock. Marty Hogan, Bill Goings, Angle Willett, Dawn Powers, Bryan Hoebing, Kelly and Lorie Gillespie and Darwin Buswell. Bro. Joe Walker, director of missions, was guest speaker at the Baptist Church Sunday. A carry-in, dinner, fellowship and food shower for :: the Walkers followed the morning worship. Mrs. Dallas Davis of Gig Harbor, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Raithel of Hannibal called on Mrs. Kathleen Clickner, Cindy and Amanda Tuesday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray and Linton Jenkins in the afternoon. Mary Lee Spratt is a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Her room number is 3346. Mrs. Catherine Spratt hosted a birthday dinner Sunday for Karen Jones, Laverne Spratt and Jeff Sykes. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Sharla of Quincy, Laverne Spratt, Karen Tournear and daughter of Quincy, Kimberly Spratt and friend of Havannah, Jeff Scott and Melanie Royal of Independence, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carter and Erin, Janice Carter and Sarah, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carter and family and Catherine Spratt. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Routt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson and Amy and Mr. and Mrs. David Bauer and Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield called on Ruth Jordan at a nursing home in Clarence. Amanda Cramer visited Mr. and Mrs. Emer Baker Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hinkle moved to their trailer they recently purchas- ed. Mrs. Kathleen Clickner and Amanda called on Mrs. Bernice Hadfield of Ewing Thursday evening. Mrs. Lisa Gosney and Derick and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hinkle called on Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hinkle Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Standbridge hosted a weiner roast and hayride for their children and families Saturday evening with 36 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson hosted their annual Halloween party at their home Saturday evening. There were about 50 in attendance. Area students among students in Who's W The 1986 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges" will include the names of 24 Culver-Stockton College students who have been selected as national outstanding leaders. Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. Students named this year from Culver-Stockton College include: Wendy Franklin, a senior from Canton. Wendy is majoring in religion and philosophy at Culver-Stockton and is active in the Christadelphos organization and works in the Student Services office at the college as Student Activities Director. Carol Kendrick, a senior from Canton. Carol is the daughter of Mr. / \\; 1 / PREPARE FOR WINTER BY REPAIRING OR REPLACING STORM WINDOWS & DOORS THE STAHDARD MACHINE CO. CANTON, MO. 288"3174 I iiimllllllllll00lmlllllmllllllllilllll fill fillllmlllllllllllllllllM I IIIIIIIIIlllllllllllft I lIIIIIIMIlIIIIIIIIilIIIIIII II II Ewing and Mrs. Kenneth Shelbina, and is education at CUl member of the C-S Choir, Jazz Lab, C-S (Music Educators once), Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Phi Zeta, a Carol Mohr, a senior Carol is the daughter of Tom Cline of Ewing, in English and polil education at been named to the Dean's received the Sophomore and the Little Literature Students selected joil of students chosen fro 1,400 institutions of all 50 states, the District and several Outstanding honored in the annual it was first published in Scott Dehner I Rev. and Mrs. Norman Berry attended the Missouri Baptist Conven- tion at St. Louis. They were in St. Louis from Monday to Wednesday. Winners of last week's pitch Mo. State Teachers tournament were Harold Brown and Maxine Klocke, 1st; V'era Herzog and Roy Bugh, 2nd; and Ed Klocke and convention to Lucille Brown, 3rd. be Nov. 7-8 Many city streets are 1 pavement after some d t torn up during the new sewer system. Halloween night for the the adults at the First Sunday was high a basket dinner was held- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil on his sister, Mr. Janes of Maywood. The Ewing R-4 Fire once again hold a sausage day this will he from 6:30 a.m. to' fire house. Proceeds go equipment. An appearance by Gay. John HAM & BEAN D Ashcroft and four of Missouri's leading legislators will highlight this year's NOVEMBER S, 19a5 i1:oo A.M. 7:00 pt Missouri State Teachers Association Convention. Thousands of educators *-50 donation per person from around the state will leave their Ham and beans, €ornbread, pie and ddnk classrooms Nov. 7 and 8 to travel to Cervantes Convention Center in St. All Proceeds for Charity Louis. As a result, "teachers' meet- ing" will mean a school holiday for MASONIC TEMPLE by Craft Lodge No, 251 students in many Missouri school CANTON, Me. districts. The opening session of the MSTA convention beginsar. a:m:-on Nov. 41;************************ 7. The governor is expected to begin hiS address at about 10:15 a.m. "X"  D MSTA, the state's largest education association, will honor four legislators for their work on the Excellence in Education Act and a record appropria- . tion for education. They are House Speaker Bob Griffin,senateSenateEducationPrO.Tem _v_  SATORAI12NO V" 2 John. Scott, Sen. Roger Wilson, chawman of the ,'ff Committee, and Rap. Annette Morgan, chairman of the House Education , BG 8DI It" Committee. 4{" MUSIC BY Providing opportunities for profos- ")b sional development is one of the  Country Wrangler primary goals of the convention. More than 60 seminars and workshops, ********************** covering a wide range of grade levels and subject areas, will meet at the convention centerThursday afternoon. Come Closer at Christmas A legislative symposium leads the Friday morning program. The chair- men of both the Missouri House and senate education committees and 10th District Congressman Bill Emerson Send . . . will answer questions from educators and discuss specific items of legisla- tion. Other Friday morning workshops will cover topics such as education- business partnerships, incentive salary programs, teacher retirement issues ann school law. II You Cannot Buy the Lowest Priced Insurance at this agency_ but We can guarantee the finest quality protection and service at fair rates Canton Ins. JOE @UINN Local Independent A00nt PHONE I 314 288-5251 ATTRACTIVE HOLIDAY FOLDERS OR SLIM=LINE CHRISTMAS CARDS ORDER NOW! Available at: Gram Leader Pharmacy THE Iharmacy for tes County Canton - GENE SYKES, PHARM... P'booe 2811-$2dl2 THE PHAXMACY OaDT. WIU. t a.o$1D 0*4 SA _TLmDAy N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canfon, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985 Monticello mrs. Nancy Breeding II IIIIII James Martin is patient in Rochester, Minn. James Martin is a patient in St. Mary Hospital at Rochester, Minn., following major surgery. Joni SLice of Lewistown spent Thursday and Friday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester SLice. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Daggs of Ewing were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray. Mrs. Inez Peek called on Mrs. Melvin Rutledge Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Landis and Ryan of Jacksonville were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and family at LaPlata. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg called on Mrs. Hazel Legg at Williamstown Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Williams spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Kenneth Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Raithel of Hannibal, Mrs. Dallas Davis of Gig Harbor, Wash., and Mrs. Kathleen Clickner of Durham called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray Tuesday afternoon. Rev. George Pratt became ill at his home Sunday night and was taken to Blessing Hospital in Quincy by ambulance Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls attended funeral services for James Carty at Arnold's Funeral Home in Canton Sunday afternoon. John Burford of Lewistown called on Delmar Breeding Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay have returned home from Duncan, Okla., where they spent several days visiting relatives. Doug Geisendorfer of LaBelle spent Friday thru Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer and sons and E. O. Geisendorfer. Mrs. Harold Fretwell spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. James Cowles and Howard at Knox City. Mr. and Mrs Leroy Brown have returned home from spending a few days in southern Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice and family of LaGrange were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Hrs. Linda Roberson and Angela of Delavor and Mrs. Ruby Henderson of Williamstown I'Tliss fflinnie Selway ! Harvest party planned by Providence Providence Baptist Church will be holding a harvest party Saturday evening, Nov. 2, 7 to 8:30. All kids from five years to sixth grade are welcome. Come droned as Bible characters. Games, treats and prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of Canton were Wednesday dinner guests of Minnie Solway. Durward Spoor of the Lewis County Nursing home was a caner. James Hudnut has purchased the Larry Allison farm. Visitors Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thrasher were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thrasher and Mrs. Doris Brumbaugh of Lewistown. Saturday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stice of Lewistown. Kenneth Ford was a Sunday caller in ithe Harold Merrell home at Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Art Shannon recently [' sold their farm to Terry Shannonon and [! purehased the Evelyn Welker property |i where they will move in the near [[ future. [ Callers Friday of Miss Mable Walker [were Dr. Tina Walker and Scaly Susette of New York City and Wilma Day of Knox City. Mable Walker, Sylva Ferguson and Gladys Dorsey were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nichols of rural Kahoka. Mrs. Clara Greggs is a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Walter Morgan of Wayland has purchased the Mrs. Leona Waller farm north of Williamstown. Mrs. Clarence Swenka and daughter of Lewistown spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Maxey, while Mr. Swenka attended the Monta Gosney sale. Mr. and Mrs. June Legg and C. L. were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lennla Legg near LaGrange. Robert Legg called Sunday to see his mother, Mrs. Hazel B. Legg, who was able to move from the nursing home to LaBelle called on Mrs. Nancy Breeding and Delmar Sunday after- noon. Randy Lay spent last week at Racine, Wis., where he was taking Case proof training. Mrs. Earl Veatch spent Saturday with her cousin, Mrs. Fern Clark at Kahoka. Mrs. Mark Cramer and daughter of Grand Rapids, Mich., came for the Geisendorfer sale Saturday. She visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick a Lewistown and also called Saturday evening in the E. O. and Emery Geisendorfer home. Donnetta Stice of St. Charles, who was spending vacation time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stice and daughters at Lewistown, called several times here to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mrs. Kenneth Williams had lunch with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tarpon at Edina Friday. Mrs. Danny Dannenhauer and daughters and Mrs. Helen Anderson called Sunday to see Miss Elizabeth McCutchan at Canton. Miss McCutch- an was a recent hospital patient. Mrs. Chester Hinton called on Mrs. Ross Ray Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zahn at Canton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowls visited Mrs. Nell Tompkins of Lewistown Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Adah Ficklin and Mrs. Nancy Breeding attended Foster Grandpar- ents In-Service meeting at Canton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cook of Downing spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay and sons. Mrs. Mary McReynolds of Canton and Mrs. Willard Hetzler of Lewistown called on Mrs. Earl Veatch Monday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Williams and Mrs. James Roberson of Williamstown called recently on Mrs. Chester Hinton. Jeff Geisendorfer, a student at Mo. U-Columbia, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer, and attended the E. O. Geisendorfer sale Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Geisendorfer and daughter called in the E. O. and Emery Geisendorfer home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of, Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge and Miss Grace Smith Friday morning. Lance Scifres spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray. Turkey dinner, Thursday, Nov. 7, II a.m., Monticello United Methodist Church. the senior housing in Kahoka. A family get-together was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Phillips in honor of the latter's birthday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Rock Schaller and sons, Dan Shirey and family, Dick Zahn and family, Yvonne Hoewing, Randall Briscee and family, Carmen Phillips, Gretchen Phillips, Bryan Moffit and family, Jake Murphy and family, David Phillips and family and Steve Phillips and family. Ice cream and cake were served. Ona St. Clair, Maxine Nichols and Letha Lemmon spent Thursday with Freda Bevans at Fairmont. Turkey dinner, Thursday, Nov. 7, II a.m.. Monticello United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Don Waterman assisted their daughter, Mrs. Bruce Schlager, move to Columbia over the weekend. Gertrude Bash was a Monday caller of Julia Tucker and Minnie Solway. 0 O/ Completes computer training Daniel Pflibsen of Lewis County Motor Company, has been certified as an electronic engine control specialist after successful completiion of a class Oct. 14-18 in St. Louis. Pflibsen was one of 12 in the class. Durham friary K. Clickner Host costume party for Young People Mr. and Mrs. Ken Standbridge hosted a costume party for the Young People's Class of the Baptist Church Friday evening. Those attending were Marty Rock. Marty Hogan, Bill Goings, Angle Willett, Dawn Powers, Bryan Hoebing, Kelly and Lorie Gillespie and Darwin Buswell. Bro. Joe Walker, director of missions, was guest speaker at the Baptist Church Sunday. A carry-in, dinner, fellowship and food shower for :: the Walkers followed the morning worship. Mrs. Dallas Davis of Gig Harbor, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Raithel of Hannibal called on Mrs. Kathleen Clickner, Cindy and Amanda Tuesday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ray and Linton Jenkins in the afternoon. Mary Lee Spratt is a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Her room number is 3346. Mrs. Catherine Spratt hosted a birthday dinner Sunday for Karen Jones, Laverne Spratt and Jeff Sykes. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Sharla of Quincy, Laverne Spratt, Karen Tournear and daughter of Quincy, Kimberly Spratt and friend of Havannah, Jeff Scott and Melanie Royal of Independence, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carter and Erin, Janice Carter and Sarah, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carter and family and Catherine Spratt. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Routt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson and Amy and Mr. and Mrs. David Bauer and Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield called on Ruth Jordan at a nursing home in Clarence. Amanda Cramer visited Mr. and Mrs. Emer Baker Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hinkle moved to their trailer they recently purchas- ed. Mrs. Kathleen Clickner and Amanda called on Mrs. Bernice Hadfield of Ewing Thursday evening. Mrs. Lisa Gosney and Derick and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hinkle called on Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hinkle Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Standbridge hosted a weiner roast and hayride for their children and families Saturday evening with 36 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson hosted their annual Halloween party at their home Saturday evening. There were about 50 in attendance. Area students among students in Who's W The 1986 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges" will include the names of 24 Culver-Stockton College students who have been selected as national outstanding leaders. Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. Students named this year from Culver-Stockton College include: Wendy Franklin, a senior from Canton. Wendy is majoring in religion and philosophy at Culver-Stockton and is active in the Christadelphos organization and works in the Student Services office at the college as Student Activities Director. Carol Kendrick, a senior from Canton. Carol is the daughter of Mr. / \\; 1 / PREPARE FOR WINTER BY REPAIRING OR REPLACING STORM WINDOWS & DOORS THE STAHDARD MACHINE CO. CANTON, MO. 288"3174 I iiimllllllllll00lmlllllmllllllllilllll fill fillllmlllllllllllllllllM I IIIIIIIIIlllllllllllft I lIIIIIIMIlIIIIIIIIilIIIIIII II II Ewing and Mrs. Kenneth Shelbina, and is education at CUl member of the C-S Choir, Jazz Lab, C-S (Music Educators once), Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Phi Zeta, a Carol Mohr, a senior Carol is the daughter of Tom Cline of Ewing, in English and polil education at been named to the Dean's received the Sophomore and the Little Literature Students selected joil of students chosen fro 1,400 institutions of all 50 states, the District and several Outstanding honored in the annual it was first published in Scott Dehner I Rev. and Mrs. Norman Berry attended the Missouri Baptist Conven- tion at St. Louis. They were in St. Louis from Monday to Wednesday. Winners of last week's pitch Mo. State Teachers tournament were Harold Brown and Maxine Klocke, 1st; V'era Herzog and Roy Bugh, 2nd; and Ed Klocke and convention to Lucille Brown, 3rd. be Nov. 7-8 Many city streets are 1 pavement after some d t torn up during the new sewer system. Halloween night for the the adults at the First Sunday was high a basket dinner was held- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil on his sister, Mr. Janes of Maywood. The Ewing R-4 Fire once again hold a sausage day this will he from 6:30 a.m. to' fire house. Proceeds go equipment. An appearance by Gay. John HAM & BEAN D Ashcroft and four of Missouri's leading legislators will highlight this year's NOVEMBER S, 19a5 i1:oo A.M. 7:00 pt Missouri State Teachers Association Convention. Thousands of educators *-50 donation per person from around the state will leave their Ham and beans, €ornbread, pie and ddnk classrooms Nov. 7 and 8 to travel to Cervantes Convention Center in St. All Proceeds for Charity Louis. As a result, "teachers' meet- ing" will mean a school holiday for MASONIC TEMPLE by Craft Lodge No, 251 students in many Missouri school CANTON, Me. districts. The opening session of the MSTA convention beginsar. a:m:-on Nov. 41;************************ 7. The governor is expected to begin hiS address at about 10:15 a.m. "X"  D MSTA, the state's largest education association, will honor four legislators for their work on the Excellence in Education Act and a record appropria- . tion for education. They are House Speaker Bob Griffin,senateSenateEducationPrO.Tem _v_  SATORAI12NO V" 2 John. Scott, Sen. Roger Wilson, chawman of the ,'ff Committee, and Rap. Annette Morgan, chairman of the House Education , BG 8DI It" Committee. 4{" MUSIC BY Providing opportunities for profos- ")b sional development is one of the  Country Wrangler primary goals of the convention. More than 60 seminars and workshops, ********************** covering a wide range of grade levels and subject areas, will meet at the convention centerThursday afternoon. Come Closer at Christmas A legislative symposium leads the Friday morning program. The chair- men of both the Missouri House and senate education committees and 10th District Congressman Bill Emerson Send . . . will answer questions from educators and discuss specific items of legisla- tion. Other Friday morning workshops will cover topics such as education- business partnerships, incentive salary programs, teacher retirement issues ann school law. II You Cannot Buy the Lowest Priced Insurance at this agency_ but We can guarantee the finest quality protection and service at fair rates Canton Ins. JOE @UINN Local Independent A00nt PHONE I 314 288-5251 ATTRACTIVE HOLIDAY FOLDERS OR SLIM=LINE CHRISTMAS CARDS ORDER NOW! Available at: Gram Leader Pharmacy THE Iharmacy for tes County Canton - GENE SYKES, PHARM... P'booe 2811-$2dl2 THE PHAXMACY OaDT. WIU. t a.o$1D 0*4 SA _TLmDAy