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EWS ter, Liz IS_A on_00 o, Colorado springs, Colo. and Phyllis Alderton visited October 15 in Colony with Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Bertram. Gflvie Bertram accompanied them to =m=,m d visit Mrs. Gertrude Deegan, Mr. and  Kenneth Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. dden Cecil Kenoyer in Rutledge. They |!. visited Harmony Grove Cemetery and and saw the grave of Ella Ewing, and also 00,,laug in id friends in Memphis and Gorin. Canton Christian Church auuuai from Bagaar Nov. i, 0-2. Imach trved. Mrs. Charles Van Tress returned Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985,3b Collection of Twain books now on exhibit at C-S A very old collection of Mark Twain writings is now on display at Culver-Stockton College&apos;s Mabee Gal- lery. Many of the books are fwst store editions and some date back to the late 1800s. '"rhe first store edition is actually the second printing of the book," said not .normally get a chance to see such old editions if they were not on display." Parsons has had Iong-tlme con- nections with Culver-Stockt College. His wife, Phyllis Abrams Parsons, wu graduated from Culver-Stockton in 1961. His son Matt was graduated in -l_i< ,+,,.1! Marc Parsons, an electrical engineer August with a bachelor's degree in s d c,JPlla home Sunday from Blessing Hospital in Quincy where she bad surgery, from St. Charles, who has loaned the sociology-psychology, and his daughter Kuckelman and Crystal of Wldte Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Dinwiddie and  collection to the college. Miriam is currently a student at the ;., arrived Oct. 17 to spend children of New London were Monday "First editions were bought by college. I.  with her family, Mr. and dinner guests in the home of Mr. and ). subscription only; they were sold door ! to door," said Parsons. "Second "Ri dtcl Uhlmeyer, Steve, Beth Mrs. Redmond Raleigh and Julian editions have the same print and the Canton Library ;  p helped celebrato the Baleh. l; ][ 0t Beth Uhlmeyer and all Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gooch took his   same pictures, but were sold in stores rather than door to door." Second wed00ng of L00.e mother, Mrs Ear, Goo00 of Fes00, 00Utione were us--ily p00ted about t. Story Hour to d. and Cheryl Stacey in Ames, Mo., to Pocahontas, Ark., Saturday to lh. They also spent some attend the golden wedding anniversary  years after the first printing. -Cb Some of the writings included in the begin Nov. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Paul celebration for his uncle and aunt, Mr ....... 30-book collection are Huckleberry g cL Columbia before return- and Mrs. Leonard Murphy, Sunday. Finn(In92 edition), The Adventures of Story Hour begins again Nov. 7 at They spent Monday with Mrs. John =--ipl rnip Tom Sawyer (1895 edition), Life on the the Canton Public Library for the guests in the home idL of Mr. Donghtery in St. Louis before taking Tr e tu Mississippi (1875), A Yankee in King pro-school children. The hours will he Richard Holmes and Chris his mother home and returned to Arthur's Court (1891)and Tom Sawyer tlMrs. Leiand Moshier of Canton Monday night. Kellie Hawkins, 13, (left) and Glnny Woff, 12, both of Canton, show a 10-10:30 a.m. in the story room s alltml' Kan., Robin Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Crowther of three-in-one turnip found in Wolf's garden at Third and Madison Streets in Abroad (1901). Not all the books in the upstairs over the library. llkes of Springfield, Mr. and Sedalia visited Friday afternoon with Canton. Thc trio is nine inches wide, has a Z4 inch circumference, and the collection have been written by Twain, The readers for the month will be: t. Thurman and Christopher Mrs. Bernice Webb. largest is better than 10 inches long. wolf rcmembers planting three seeds but all contain Twain's writings. Nov. 7, Lana Todd; Nov.. 14, Ruth Parsons has been collecting Mark Ayers; Nov. 21, Lona McCampholl _  and Mr. and Mrs. Tom together several months ago. Twain writings for more than 25 years. The library will be closed Thanksgiv- tO plltchel and Adam of Aurora, Most of the books have been purchased ing Day. Jean Purvines will be the. at book fairs and from old book stores reader for sto hour 5 ..ro,d Me--. CHS Band takes NMSU sweepstakes prize libra rya ecatemDect" . dinner guests o Miss ry pp volun- more than $I,0._ _ _ . teers that help with the stories and _/[Lmtway and Mrs. Doran of The Canton High School Marching Wilson and Beth Uhlmeyer have Saturday with bands from as far away ' I believe me noons na.ve a,,great extends an invitation to anymm who - woum nge to help with one of the ....jE, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tigers finished the 1 marching captured the Coveted Sweepstakes as Eldon and Savannah traveling to educational value to smaents, saia ........ season with a first place award in their Award. For an unprecedented six out Kirksville to compete. Parsons, "and many students would Thursday morning stories. w and Frances Scoggin were school classification competition and of eight years the award has been Winners of the AA competition was O,. 1m. Chet Spurgeen and winner in the N.M.S.U. Homecoming brought home the trophy. Band was Macon High School. In the small .I.%....._QT, Mr. and Mrs. then went on to he named sweepstakes presented, the Canton band has Putnam County and the AAA winner m" - "V:' '-- . _- a-, :-" i.wd:lieen and Michael Ben- f d,.:r,-nihal, Mrs. Mary Rogers, parade in Kirksville. The Sweepstakes Director Bill Berry was pleased with hool class behind CanOn was seco. nd Award isfortheoverallehampionehip the results Saturday, lint commented place haPlata, thzra ,or, maa;.In HAM -- DINNER J. BEAN tllk Tim Scoggin, Jessie and regardless of size. that the most satisfying aspect of the Aquinas, fourth Adatr Co., ano n felrlil. Dennis McCutchan. [he Canton hand which is lead by day was the excellent behavior of the place went to Macon Co. In all 38 NOVEMBER 5, 1985 ll .  x Mrs. Stuart Purvines were drum majors Dick Homer and Andy bagd. He feels that the level of bands competed Saturday for the 1985 t2.0 donation mr rrn overn he guests last week Schroeder and pom captains Claudia competition was extremely strong sweepstakes crown. 0  of their soin.iaw and /,/Gin and beans, ombriod, o and drink r. and Mrs. Robert tlletlll and Timmy in St. Louis. The Canto, Public Library ca. Two non-injury All Proceeds #or Charity .:..night with their daughter Cas, Thnberinine, Ann Vlckers, accidents in MASONIC TrtPtE bv Craf# Lodae No. 257 ..d home LI BRA RI A N Arrowsmith. Babbitt, Elmer Gantry, CANTON, MO. 00ing, ,oy.00 Main and Canton Work d Art. There is also a biography ne In Minnesota this year of the author called Harry Sinclair The Canton Police worked two Merrell and Mrs. there has  of LaBelle were been a birthday bash for a native son. Lewis by Vincent Sheen. This is the non-injury accidents this week. llz.itMternoon callers of Mr. and He was the first American to win the love story of "Red" Lewis and Dorothy The first was early Friday afternoon Public Notice in of phoenix, Ariz., Nobel Prize for Literature. His ugly Thompson. on the Culver-Stockton campus. mug is on a 14c postage stamp issued P.S. The Great Pumpkin is locking Police report a Mercury Cougar, Mrs. Jerry Cripe were this year. This is the 100th anniversary for Western paperbacks for our library driven by Victoria Dedic, age not .... s* .. A qIA --...ffi__ JL_. '.-- of Mr. and Mrs.. Tim of Sinclair Lewis' birth in Sauk Centre, shelves! Gee, thanks! available, was making a right hand [1 UrellMmce NO. O-Ile mvmel mm n ..L Jessica and Levi last Minn. In 1920 he published a turn into a parking space and was . ". .m .m *- ,,, th Lake of the Oaks. best-selling satire called 'Main Street struck by a Dodge Charger, driven by ar|[l omer men sennm'f sewer haws ta=.,,,-a Bader, who has been a about the he called Goph Some areas at nane Todd, age not available "Jnere tlgR. Mary Hospital in Quincy, Prairie, which no one ever seriously " * zva---tthe MapleLawn Nursing doubted was inspired by Sank Centre. Twain Lake open were no charges fried: . _ be connected to the city s sewer eImyra. She is in the same 1ne secono occurreo anout 7:40 p.m. . .,,., . __ ., ._ r her sister, Mrs. Mary Gopher Prairie was drawn as smug, Friday in front of the Canton Masonic sT00em, ml mere m sea n conneon n suspicious and stuck in its way. 'Main The Stoutsville and Robert Allen Lodge on Washington SWeet. , Pohce said an Oldsmobile Cutlass, m  Cox came home Friday Street' became a metaphor for a Recreation Areas remain closed for " " eSt be disconnected from the system. :Ir- weeks visit with her certain kind of narrow-minded and, road and par "king lot repairs at Mark driven by Sheila Jean Porter, 19, was !. Helen Brass in St. self.satisfied America. Lewis' 'Babbitt Twain Lak e. The Stoutsville area will parked on the north side of the str..eet glAD/|rt I t/llPl and 'Elmer Gantry' completed the reopen by November 15, 15, weather facing west and as she was opening me irlmR=-w if.. wl.l ."Ii[ also visited with her picture. In 1950 Lewis won the Nobel - d 'w nermitting, while the Robert Allen door to exit the car, the open door w s ._J.L IIiO* .... -2"..i...h=..,t '.u-'. Mr. and Mrs. John Bress Prize for Literature, thereby giving area will stay osed for the rest of the struck by a Chevrolet pick-up driven M u , .pm,nmemmn. t..., and Mr. and Mrs. David City Of ........ 1 ion. Her daughter brought national prominence to Sauk Centre. year. . by Wayne Murphy, 18 No charges " ntn  and stayed overnight and There's no doubt that he put the town During this closure period, duck were filed. _ ..... -.--------------.- ---------------------------- ,a'e Saturday. on the map. It has 3309 people, a hunters and omer boaters on the =--------:'------:--- number that has not changed much in Nortork area of the lake should use  . l IIeer'Thurll=y'Nov'.''l lOOyears'Itisflatandplain'witha the bat ramp leated ff State  / OJi no United Metbedlt scattering of dairy farms and silos and Highway U, I mile west of Florida, ,0Ut--town relatives attend-little groves of trees. Women in Sauk No. p; T,  YTtO ]  services for James W. Centre have come a long way since Hunters are also reminded that other l'lay. They were his Carol Xennicott, the heroine of 'Main recreational hoaters.will be using the Street, left home because "Solitary lake area during auck season This 'It-lawid Jamesand w.Sn'carty,ProfessrSjr., of dishwashing isn't enough  satisfy me includes a 60-boat bass tournament . <. V-:.; grandsons, James " or any other women. Nowadays that is scheduled for Nov. 2, 1,, the [l, Rochester, N. Y.; Paul Sinclair Lewis' books are usually beginning of the 1985 duck season tw":Ll)lil, Tex.; his brother-in, described as social documents, mean- Many recreation areas are still ope in= that thin@ are supposed to have at Mark Twain t, age and evm-wn* m. ..'', Col. and Mrs. Raymond changed since then. But the astounding invited to visit the lake anal-take -"  +h  - /;;,m - m._ql, ' r ]L'tUnbia. Dr. Carry remained :q in Canton with his mother, observation about Sank Centre is how advantage of the mild autumn weather  " r ."r'- T- f-- "r F- ' r   x- w r "Carry.  i[P''. W. C. Baker of St. little it has changed- at Missouri's newestl lake., T r , 'r Scoggin and Mr. and -fel" IS p leL % 0./t.. , vited receUy with R.POT OF CONDmO  0+" .-  St#iSf  .gU-/S . Ray McSorley and Lisa. of the , . t@hweddinganniverearyMrs" Kent Leflwich Canton State Bank , . I parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Canton, in the state of Missouri, . i... .... L= ... L_. ).._.  t  [  .... _'I[, Sy, Oct. =, at the - i , , . < .---,--.--- ', i , I at the close of business on September 30, 1965 ,.,g: ...../" ,=. c, ....  --, .... ' / ' \\;. '. - , Cf,iaLaBelle.Hathaway of Chester- Statement of Resources and Liabilities -,- - l'  __l: L.: I :,i/, " L qll from Saturday to Monday ASSETS Thous. of dollars - ' "' "" " -  :T.qr _ Ruth Tomlima. Mrs. Cash and balances due from depository institutions ..=, .... " . :L. ,--: " "" " : :"-'t..-7'v=" t  llld her guest and Miss Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin ................. 808  attended the Quincy H'W,, Interest-hearing balances ............................................ 13 122 ...... "' 7 ,,. .------. --:= ....... _ ..... , ........... '  _ ___.__._ "l!tion of "Carousel Securities .............................................................. 4 03S /;.. - ::.:-..;! I lillling and were dinner Loans and lease financing receivables: &.., ,,....._. __lli=L'_L. ":l:-_ ..... J ...... . @ lllilllll,.me of Mr. and Mrs. Loans and leases, net of unearned income ....................... 3,958 ;  F ' 1 LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses ....................... 150 ) ' lrs. Wilbur Gewecke of Loam and leases, net of unearned income, , ., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl allowance, and reserve ............................................... 3 8 ! I e, i't! Mike of Kearney, Nob., Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases) ............... 259 [ visited the Cannon Other real estate owned ................................................ 195 Otherassem. .......................................................... 413 7l/D/3' '5 , 5.TN.RDY 7# I To--guests in werethe homehex Total assets ............................................................ 22 640 i )TH(/&SD,Y l +eq ,' MONEY  o 5 i' Mrs. Carotyn Hathaway I " KIi)AY t 4o 5, ;  ... . ..i ..ai Dr. and Mrs. Guy In domestic offices ..................................................... 19 288 .-.-.>-  ,.  ........ _ . , . _ Gaol Cooper, Sean, Nonlnterest-bearing ............................................ 2,804 ) o Interest-hearing ................................................ 16,484 , t : ..... " i Garry Ferguson, Tim Other borrowed money ................................................. 437 , ,__. ) LaGrange were dinner Other liabilities ........................................................ 249 . . in the home 0/Mr. and. Total liabilities ......................................................... 19 974  '. " . ! " - " " Raleigh and Julian EQUITY CAPITAL / ==f't [- " . ] [ l :, )xfj - ...l "% /,yFril2 __ o[ Common stock ......................................................... 200  -IL :, ! ' """ "' " '1 of Canton, visited Surplus ................................................................ 350 f. , ! _. -I,- - i __.l i t i " f .l me oi Mr. and Mrs. Undividod profits and capital reserves ................................. 2 116 , l...,, : Total equity capital .................................................... 2 666 . Wilbur Geeee of Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, nd Mr. and Mrs. Earl and equity capital .................................................... 22 640 of Kenrney, Neb., i:lliteiter had dinner Friday I, Carl L. Schmidt, Executive: Vice President and Cashier of the ahove-named Mrs. Homer Wallace at hank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition is true and correct to the  (" ...... HA.fI'N --,t best of my knowledge and belief. .. - II I II I T EWS ter, Liz IS_A on_00 o, Colorado springs, Colo. and Phyllis Alderton visited October 15 in Colony with Mr. and Mrs. Gilvie Bertram. Gflvie Bertram accompanied them to =m=,m d visit Mrs. Gertrude Deegan, Mr. and  Kenneth Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. dden Cecil Kenoyer in Rutledge. They |!. visited Harmony Grove Cemetery and and saw the grave of Ella Ewing, and also 00,,laug in id friends in Memphis and Gorin. Canton Christian Church auuuai from Bagaar Nov. i, 0-2. Imach trved. Mrs. Charles Van Tress returned Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985,3b Collection of Twain books now on exhibit at C-S A very old collection of Mark Twain writings is now on display at Culver-Stockton College's Mabee Gal- lery. Many of the books are fwst store editions and some date back to the late 1800s. '"rhe first store edition is actually the second printing of the book," said not .normally get a chance to see such old editions if they were not on display." Parsons has had Iong-tlme con- nections with Culver-Stockt College. His wife, Phyllis Abrams Parsons, wu graduated from Culver-Stockton in 1961. His son Matt was graduated in -l_i< ,+,,.1! Marc Parsons, an electrical engineer August with a bachelor's degree in s d c,JPlla home Sunday from Blessing Hospital in Quincy where she bad surgery, from St. Charles, who has loaned the sociology-psychology, and his daughter Kuckelman and Crystal of Wldte Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Dinwiddie and  collection to the college. Miriam is currently a student at the ;., arrived Oct. 17 to spend children of New London were Monday "First editions were bought by college. I.  with her family, Mr. and dinner guests in the home of Mr. and ). subscription only; they were sold door ! to door," said Parsons. "Second "Ri dtcl Uhlmeyer, Steve, Beth Mrs. Redmond Raleigh and Julian editions have the same print and the Canton Library ;  p helped celebrato the Baleh. l; ][ 0t Beth Uhlmeyer and all Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gooch took his   same pictures, but were sold in stores rather than door to door." Second wed00ng of L00.e mother, Mrs Ear, Goo00 of Fes00, 00Utione were us--ily p00ted about t. Story Hour to d. and Cheryl Stacey in Ames, Mo., to Pocahontas, Ark., Saturday to lh. They also spent some attend the golden wedding anniversary  years after the first printing. -Cb Some of the writings included in the begin Nov. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Paul celebration for his uncle and aunt, Mr ....... 30-book collection are Huckleberry g cL Columbia before return- and Mrs. Leonard Murphy, Sunday. Finn(In92 edition), The Adventures of Story Hour begins again Nov. 7 at They spent Monday with Mrs. John =--ipl rnip Tom Sawyer (1895 edition), Life on the the Canton Public Library for the guests in the home idL of Mr. Donghtery in St. Louis before taking Tr e tu Mississippi (1875), A Yankee in King pro-school children. The hours will he Richard Holmes and Chris his mother home and returned to Arthur's Court (1891)and Tom Sawyer tlMrs. Leiand Moshier of Canton Monday night. Kellie Hawkins, 13, (left) and Glnny Woff, 12, both of Canton, show a 10-10:30 a.m. in the story room s alltml' Kan., Robin Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Crowther of three-in-one turnip found in Wolf's garden at Third and Madison Streets in Abroad (1901). Not all the books in the upstairs over the library. llkes of Springfield, Mr. and Sedalia visited Friday afternoon with Canton. Thc trio is nine inches wide, has a Z4 inch circumference, and the collection have been written by Twain, The readers for the month will be: t. Thurman and Christopher Mrs. Bernice Webb. largest is better than 10 inches long. wolf rcmembers planting three seeds but all contain Twain's writings. Nov. 7, Lana Todd; Nov.. 14, Ruth Parsons has been collecting Mark Ayers; Nov. 21, Lona McCampholl _  and Mr. and Mrs. Tom together several months ago. Twain writings for more than 25 years. The library will be closed Thanksgiv- tO plltchel and Adam of Aurora, Most of the books have been purchased ing Day. Jean Purvines will be the. at book fairs and from old book stores reader for sto hour 5 ..ro,d Me--. CHS Band takes NMSU sweepstakes prize libra rya ecatemDect" . dinner guests o Miss ry pp volun- more than $I,0._ _ _ . teers that help with the stories and _/[Lmtway and Mrs. Doran of The Canton High School Marching Wilson and Beth Uhlmeyer have Saturday with bands from as far away ' I believe me noons na.ve a,,great extends an invitation to anymm who - woum nge to help with one of the ....jE, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tigers finished the 1 marching captured the Coveted Sweepstakes as Eldon and Savannah traveling to educational value to smaents, saia ........ season with a first place award in their Award. For an unprecedented six out Kirksville to compete. Parsons, "and many students would Thursday morning stories. w and Frances Scoggin were school classification competition and of eight years the award has been Winners of the AA competition was O,. 1m. Chet Spurgeen and winner in the N.M.S.U. Homecoming brought home the trophy. Band was Macon High School. In the small .I.%....._QT, Mr. and Mrs. then went on to he named sweepstakes presented, the Canton band has Putnam County and the AAA winner m" - "V:' '-- . _- a-, :-" i.wd:lieen and Michael Ben- f d,.:r,-nihal, Mrs. Mary Rogers, parade in Kirksville. The Sweepstakes Director Bill Berry was pleased with hool class behind CanOn was seco. nd Award isfortheoverallehampionehip the results Saturday, lint commented place haPlata, thzra ,or, maa;.In HAM -- DINNER J. BEAN tllk Tim Scoggin, Jessie and regardless of size. that the most satisfying aspect of the Aquinas, fourth Adatr Co., ano n felrlil. Dennis McCutchan. [he Canton hand which is lead by day was the excellent behavior of the place went to Macon Co. In all 38 NOVEMBER 5, 1985 ll .  x Mrs. Stuart Purvines were drum majors Dick Homer and Andy bagd. He feels that the level of bands competed Saturday for the 1985 t2.0 donation mr rrn overn he guests last week Schroeder and pom captains Claudia competition was extremely strong sweepstakes crown. 0  of their soin.iaw and /,/Gin and beans, ombriod, o and drink r. and Mrs. Robert tlletlll and Timmy in St. Louis. The Canto, Public Library ca. Two non-injury All Proceeds #or Charity .:..night with their daughter Cas, Thnberinine, Ann Vlckers, accidents in MASONIC TrtPtE bv Craf# Lodae No. 257 ..d home LI BRA RI A N Arrowsmith. Babbitt, Elmer Gantry, CANTON, MO. 00ing, ,oy.00 Main and Canton Work d Art. There is also a biography ne In Minnesota this year of the author called Harry Sinclair The Canton Police worked two Merrell and Mrs. there has  of LaBelle were been a birthday bash for a native son. Lewis by Vincent Sheen. This is the non-injury accidents this week. llz.itMternoon callers of Mr. and He was the first American to win the love story of "Red" Lewis and Dorothy The first was early Friday afternoon Public Notice in of phoenix, Ariz., Nobel Prize for Literature. His ugly Thompson. on the Culver-Stockton campus. mug is on a 14c postage stamp issued P.S. The Great Pumpkin is locking Police report a Mercury Cougar, Mrs. Jerry Cripe were this year. This is the 100th anniversary for Western paperbacks for our library driven by Victoria Dedic, age not .... s* .. A qIA --...ffi__ JL_. '.-- of Mr. and Mrs.. Tim of Sinclair Lewis' birth in Sauk Centre, shelves! Gee, thanks! available, was making a right hand [1 UrellMmce NO. O-Ile mvmel mm n ..L Jessica and Levi last Minn. In 1920 he published a turn into a parking space and was . ". .m .m *- ,,, th Lake of the Oaks. best-selling satire called 'Main Street struck by a Dodge Charger, driven by ar|[l omer men sennm'f sewer haws ta=.,,,-a Bader, who has been a about the he called Goph Some areas at nane Todd, age not available "Jnere tlgR. Mary Hospital in Quincy, Prairie, which no one ever seriously " * zva---tthe MapleLawn Nursing doubted was inspired by Sank Centre. Twain Lake open were no charges fried: . _ be connected to the city s sewer eImyra. She is in the same 1ne secono occurreo anout 7:40 p.m. . .,,., . __ ., ._ r her sister, Mrs. Mary Gopher Prairie was drawn as smug, Friday in front of the Canton Masonic sT00em, ml mere m sea n conneon n suspicious and stuck in its way. 'Main The Stoutsville and Robert Allen Lodge on Washington SWeet. , Pohce said an Oldsmobile Cutlass, m  Cox came home Friday Street' became a metaphor for a Recreation Areas remain closed for " " eSt be disconnected from the system. :Ir- weeks visit with her certain kind of narrow-minded and, road and par "king lot repairs at Mark driven by Sheila Jean Porter, 19, was !. Helen Brass in St. self.satisfied America. Lewis' 'Babbitt Twain Lak e. The Stoutsville area will parked on the north side of the str..eet glAD/|rt I t/llPl and 'Elmer Gantry' completed the reopen by November 15, 15, weather facing west and as she was opening me irlmR=-w if.. wl.l ."Ii[ also visited with her picture. In 1950 Lewis won the Nobel - d 'w nermitting, while the Robert Allen door to exit the car, the open door w s ._J.L IIiO* .... -2"..i...h=..,t '.u-'. Mr. and Mrs. John Bress Prize for Literature, thereby giving area will stay osed for the rest of the struck by a Chevrolet pick-up driven M u , .pm,nmemmn. t..., and Mr. and Mrs. David City Of ........ 1 ion. Her daughter brought national prominence to Sauk Centre. year. . by Wayne Murphy, 18 No charges " ntn  and stayed overnight and There's no doubt that he put the town During this closure period, duck were filed. _ ..... -.--------------.- ---------------------------- ,a'e Saturday. on the map. It has 3309 people, a hunters and omer boaters on the =--------:'------:--- number that has not changed much in Nortork area of the lake should use  . l IIeer'Thurll=y'Nov'.''l lOOyears'Itisflatandplain'witha the bat ramp leated ff State  / OJi no United Metbedlt scattering of dairy farms and silos and Highway U, I mile west of Florida, ,0Ut--town relatives attend-little groves of trees. Women in Sauk No. p; T,  YTtO ]  services for James W. Centre have come a long way since Hunters are also reminded that other l'lay. They were his Carol Xennicott, the heroine of 'Main recreational hoaters.will be using the Street, left home because "Solitary lake area during auck season This 'It-lawid Jamesand w.Sn'carty,ProfessrSjr., of dishwashing isn't enough  satisfy me includes a 60-boat bass tournament . <. V-:.; grandsons, James " or any other women. Nowadays that is scheduled for Nov. 2, 1,, the [l, Rochester, N. Y.; Paul Sinclair Lewis' books are usually beginning of the 1985 duck season tw":Ll)lil, Tex.; his brother-in, described as social documents, mean- Many recreation areas are still ope in= that thin@ are supposed to have at Mark Twain t, age and evm-wn* m. ..'', Col. and Mrs. Raymond changed since then. But the astounding invited to visit the lake anal-take -"  +h  - /;;,m - m._ql, ' r ]L'tUnbia. Dr. Carry remained :q in Canton with his mother, observation about Sank Centre is how advantage of the mild autumn weather  " r ."r'- T- f-- "r F- ' r   x- w r "Carry.  i[P''. W. C. Baker of St. little it has changed- at Missouri's newestl lake., T r , 'r Scoggin and Mr. and -fel" IS p leL % 0./t.. , vited receUy with R.POT OF CONDmO  0+" .-  St#iSf  .gU-/S . Ray McSorley and Lisa. of the , . t@hweddinganniverearyMrs" Kent Leflwich Canton State Bank , . I parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Canton, in the state of Missouri, . i... .... L= ... L_. ).._.  t  [  .... _'I[, Sy, Oct. =, at the - i , , . < .---,--.--- ', i , I at the close of business on September 30, 1965 ,.,g: ...../" ,=. c, ....  --, .... ' / ' \\;. '. - , Cf,iaLaBelle.Hathaway of Chester- Statement of Resources and Liabilities -,- - l'  __l: L.: I :,i/, " L qll from Saturday to Monday ASSETS Thous. of dollars - ' "' "" " -  :T.qr _ Ruth Tomlima. Mrs. Cash and balances due from depository institutions ..=, .... " . :L. ,--: " "" " : :"-'t..-7'v=" t  llld her guest and Miss Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin ................. 808  attended the Quincy H'W,, Interest-hearing balances ............................................ 13 122 ...... "' 7 ,,. .------. --:= ....... _ ..... , ........... '  _ ___.__._ "l!tion of "Carousel Securities .............................................................. 4 03S /;.. - ::.:-..;! I lillling and were dinner Loans and lease financing receivables: &.., ,,....._. __lli=L'_L. ":l:-_ ..... J ...... . @ lllilllll,.me of Mr. and Mrs. Loans and leases, net of unearned income ....................... 3,958 ;  F ' 1 LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses ....................... 150 ) ' lrs. Wilbur Gewecke of Loam and leases, net of unearned income, , ., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl allowance, and reserve ............................................... 3 8 ! I e, i't! Mike of Kearney, Nob., Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases) ............... 259 [ visited the Cannon Other real estate owned ................................................ 195 Otherassem. .......................................................... 413 7l/D/3' '5 , 5.TN.RDY 7# I To--guests in werethe homehex Total assets ............................................................ 22 640 i )TH(/&SD,Y l +eq ,' MONEY  o 5 i' Mrs. Carotyn Hathaway I " KIi)AY t 4o 5, ;  ... . ..i ..ai Dr. and Mrs. Guy In domestic offices ..................................................... 19 288 .-.-.>-  ,.  ........ _ . , . _ Gaol Cooper, Sean, Nonlnterest-bearing ............................................ 2,804 ) o Interest-hearing ................................................ 16,484 , t : ..... " i Garry Ferguson, Tim Other borrowed money ................................................. 437 , ,__. ) LaGrange were dinner Other liabilities ........................................................ 249 . . in the home 0/Mr. and. Total liabilities ......................................................... 19 974  '. " . ! " - " " Raleigh and Julian EQUITY CAPITAL / ==f't [- " . ] [ l :, )xfj - ...l "% /,yFril2 __ o[ Common stock ......................................................... 200  -IL :, ! ' """ "' " '1 of Canton, visited Surplus ................................................................ 350 f. , ! _. -I,- - i __.l i t i " f .l me oi Mr. and Mrs. Undividod profits and capital reserves ................................. 2 116 , l...,, : Total equity capital .................................................... 2 666 . Wilbur Geeee of Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, nd Mr. and Mrs. Earl and equity capital .................................................... 22 640 of Kenrney, Neb., i:lliteiter had dinner Friday I, Carl L. Schmidt, Executive: Vice President and Cashier of the ahove-named Mrs. Homer Wallace at hank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition is true and correct to the  (" ...... HA.fI'N --,t best of my knowledge and belief. .. - II I II I T