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CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Page MR. AND MRS. JAMES MINEAR in LaBelle Sept. 28 Scffres, daughter Mrs. Virgil Scifres of , became the bride of James son of Mr. and Mrs. of LBelle, at 2 p.m. in the LaBelle Baptist double ring ceremony was the Rev. John Gorham. sister-in-law of the and Mark Masden, bride, was soloist. Tiemann of Hannibal was Mrs. John Pinson of bridesmatron and Miss of Knox City was Michelle Fulton of La- of the bride, and Kayla Monticello, niece of the flower girls. Tyrel Mauck was ring bearer. Shirley attended the guest Tex., served Minear of LaBelle, bridegroom, and Randy were groomsmen. Livesay of Hannibal, of the bridegroom, of Steffenville, nephew of John Pinson of Edina. Steffenville and Matt nephews of the ndle lighters. Was given in marriage by She wore a long white polyester organza of chantilly type lace with Queen Anne neckline and tiny ruffled trim and long straight sleeves with satin trim. The skirt flowed into a semi-cathedral train with a double flounced organza and lace ruffle. She wore a tiara covered with Venise lace and pearls and waist length bridal illusion veil and carried a bouquet of lavender rose buds, mini carnations and baby's breath. The attendants wore long lavender dresses and carried long stemmed white roses. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church basement. The white wedding cake with lavender lilac flowers was baked by the mother of the bridegroom. Those serving were Kathy Livesay and Anne Minear, sisters of the bride groom, Jennilee Carper, Audrey Rayl and Stacy Fulton, sisters of the bride. The rehearsal dirmer was hosted by the bridegrooms parents at Mauck's Restaurant in LaBelle. After a trip to St. Louis the couple are making their home south of LaBeile. The bride, a 1982 graduate of Highland High School near Zwing, is employed at the Lewistown State Bank in Lewistown. The bridegroom, a 1977 graduate of Highland High School, is employed as an agent for Globe Life and Accident Insurance Co., and engaged in farming. A1 Beck displaying, "'Full Circle" art work at C-SC AI Beck, associate professor of art. at Culver-Stockton College, will be displaying some of his recent work in "Full Circle", an art show which began Oct. 24 and lasting through Nov. 14 in the Herrick Foundation Center on the campus. Over 150 pieces of work in fused glass, relief cast paper, and wedge- wood type jewelry will he in the show. Most of the art is three-dimensional work including one of Beck's favoritel, "Dayenu", meaning "enough is enough". This is an all-crystal mold which v[aya on the light below it to create an artistic effect. Nature affects much of Beck's work as several of his pieces have the characteristics of a leaf, or water and waves. "The Pond Table Series" Missouri State Grange meeting in Macon A Missouri State Grange member. ship meeting was held Satuday, Oct. 26, at 1 p.m. in the Vo-hg building in Macon. Twenty interested Grangers attended. The meeting was in charge of the National Deputy and State Secretary, Patty Wedding assisted by E. E. Barnes and Virginia Henderson. The membership development kit and other pamphlets and new member kits were passed out and thoroughly explained. During a short break the lecturer, Alice Roebuck led in two quizzes and several members presented a skit, "Going to Grange." Those attending were then divided into groups to work on ideas "For Projecting the Grange Image Positive. ly." A light supper was enjoyed during a visiting time. Andrew Baxter and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crist attended from Lewis County. represents a body of water extracted from its natural environment and on display for everyone to see. Paper, another medium used, was made right from the pulp, cast, and either painted or developed with a special photo- graphic technique. Ann Priebe honored at baby shower A miscellaneous baby shower was given for Ann Priebe on Sunday, Oct. 27, hosted by Carol Schaller, Patty Ellison and Eva Althoff. Those attending were Rita Kirchner, Maria Shirey and Tyler, Dorothy Stuckwisch and Kathy, Brenda Schal- ler, Colleen Hardy and Cory, Uldine Ellison, Mary Cunningham, Lynna, Heather, and Nikki, Tracy and Megan Schaller. Games were played and prizes won by Maria Shirey and Brenda Schaller. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Kay Ellison and Jennifer, Rita Day, Pamela Watson and Crystal Shuman. Winston Littles to host club on Nov. 6 The 20th Century Federated Club of Monticello will meet Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Little of rural Monticello. The program "Parents As Teach- ers" will be given by Mrs. Barbara Whitaker and Mrs. Billie Miller, teachers in the C-I School District. _ l . Ill News of Clubs & Organizations w Cub Scout Pack 173 Cub Scout Pack 173 met Oct. 21 at the LaGrange School with 35 present. A costume Halloween party was held with judging by Mayor Gantt, Kenneth Ballard, Mrs. Martha Hogan and Robert Farr. The scariest was Aaron Ash, funniest, J. L. Harrison; most original, Lincoln Brown; and best non-scout, Wendy and Robby Coffey. The Webelo's had opening ceremon- ies. Sharron Branham was chairman. Games were played and refreshments were served. The November 18 Pack meeting will he held at the LaGrange School at 7:30 p.m. There will he an Indian theme, MR. AND MRS. ED ORF 50th anniversary noted Mr. and Mrs. Ed Off of Canton will celebrate their 50th weddi'ng anniver- sary Sunday, Nov. 3, during the 10:15 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Canton. An open house will he held at the American Legion Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. All friends are invited. The couple requests, please, no gifts. Edgar Orf and Janice Moore were married Nov. 5, 1935, in St. Joseph Catholic Church in Josephville, Mo., by the Rev. Schramm. Attendants were Kathryn Schramm, cousin of the groom and Robert Off, brother of the groom. Orf is the son of the late Edward and Philomene Orf. Mrs. Orf is the daughter of the late Roscoe and Mahle Moore. They have two daughters, Patricia Bettendorf and Mar[an Fryer, both of Canton, and six grandchildren. Mr. "Off retired after 30 years with Martin Chevrolet and American Family Insurance, and is currently working with income tax returns. He is past president of Canton Kiwanis, life time member of Knights of Columbus, River Valley Country Club, American Legion and Mississippi Travel Council. Mrs. Orf is a member of the ladies St. Ann Altar Society, River Valley Country Club, American Legion Auxiliary, and Pin Up and Powder Puff Bowling Leagues and captain of both teams. Post will furnish the turkey and other members and their families are asked to bring a dish and share the bountiful meal at 6:15. Beta Sigma Phi The October 14 meeting of Beta Sigma Phi was held in the home of Judy Wilcox. Guest speaker, Mrs. Beth Kenney, discussed guildelines and shared helpful tips for planning a babysitting clinic. The clinic will be held Feb. I, 1986. After the close of a brief business meeting, new members were pledged to the sorority. They are Sandy Dennison, Peggy Willis, Carol Pred- more, Ann Davis, Julie Moon, Kerri Cole and Rhonda Arnsman. Refreshments were served following the pledge ritual. Chapter BS, P.E.O. Chapter BS, P.E.O. met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 24, at the home of Mrs. Walter Reuling. Mrs. Robert Brown was co-hostess to the IS members present. Mrs. Karl Bishoff introduced Mrs. Marvin Zenge who gave the program on "Antiques." Mrs. Zenge gave a history of antiques, told how they are defined and what items are classified antiques. She passed around sale bills from newspapers for the group to notice the many items that are collectibles. Mrs. Zenge showed several antique items from her family. They included a gun, straight razor, cut glass, silver serving dishes, silver and pearl handled utensils and stamps. The hostesses served refreshments during tbe..social hour, The next meeting will be Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dennis Smith. Ewing Tops 840 Tops held its regular meeting on OCt. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Senior Housing. Loser of the week was Lorie Hogan. Costume contest was won by Margaret Bringer. Contest winner was Linda Cramer. Show and Crafts will be on Nov. 10 at the Lewlstown School. Due to Halloween being on Thurs- day, the Tops meeting wig he held on Wednesday, Oct. 30. The meeting closed with Tops Pledge. award ceremony for now scouts and graduation of Tiger Cubs. Lewis County Memorial Post 518 The Lewis County Memorial Post No. 578 and Unit of the American Legion of Lewistown held their Clarence Houchins meeting with a ca00-in so.p dinner and dessert. noted 40th The Girls State program Was discussed and all schools in the state anmversary will .be contacted by the State Girl State chairman -)j.. Department, Clarence and Elsie Houehins recent- about requirements for the program. Strawberry ly celebrated their 40th wedding Only the unit of the American Legion anniversary with a barbecue for Auxiliary can sponsor the girls hut, Ice Cream POTATO CHIPS family and friends hosted by their donations can be accepted from other 25'00- '1% 3/'5" Sl.45 FUDGE BROWNIE DELIGHT children. They were married Sept. 29, 1945, in Louisiana, Mo., and have spent most of their married life farming and raising registered Angus cattle in the Ewing area. organizations. Poppies will be available and distributed on PoppY Day on Nov. 11. it is asked that all share in the remembrance of those who made the supreme sacrifice. The Houchins have two children, Soup day was planned for Nov. 14, Mrs. Sam (Bonnie) Lynn of Eldridge, serving from 10 to 2 at the Legion Hall. Ia., and Richard of Ewing, and five A carry-in dinner for veterans and grand childrenj= their families will be held Nov. 11. II HHIIHIHI NHIIDilIHlflHIHImllllllJglgmll Parents as First Teachers !n honored on birthday' -- A Program For ALL Fomilies tions present -- The Parents as First Teachers program includes the following services to help parents be more effective teachers for their children during the dinner was held James and Calvin Hickman of Quincy. years from birth to 3: u w mm w.mo cm" BREAKFAST -- 2 EGGS, HAM HAS BROWNS & TOAST Sl.69 HALF $ HALF Church basement A fifth generation picture of Mr. in honor of the 90th Hickman, his oldest daughter, Thelma Q-Information about growth and development to expect as your child Allie Hickman. Mr. Lewis, her daughter, Virginia Dade, develops. four daughters. Mrs. her son, Jimmy Dade, and his 59 Sl 29 Lewis, Mrs. Elgie daughter, Missy was taken. Periodic checkups of your cb.fld's educational and sensory (vision and PINT Mrs. John (Mil- hearing) development. llnd Mrs. Henry (Rose The dinner was enjoyed by other relatives and a host of friend=. Personal visits with parent educators who are trained in child LaGrange; two sons, development, i I"l,-mmmm-mmw""m--" .m--mm  :1 m'rm couPoN  i oees cou / =----e'T 1/" V(111 O Group meeti with other parents for learrdng and abaring. : SAVE 50' SAVE 50' prepare is unique in that it "begins at the beginning..." The = ! 011 purchase Of 011@, : 011 purcha$, o Olle- , Parents as First Teachers Program is designed to help you understand ! [  qt. ice cream lAll American banana split: YOU to the many friends of my mother, Alice more about how your child grows and learns. By working together, we can nd of our family, who were by our side and gave help make sure your child has the best possible start in life. i- I l I ength to say good-bye to her. The For more information contact: I VAUD O. SO.NOV. $ J VAUD OCT. 30 - NOV. tS I cards, flowers, calls, memorials and visits have been greatly ''''----'-----''''----------------------., 'ad'by andso many.it means so much to know that mother 200Cantn R-Vs. 4th StreetSChol District LeWisNW HighwayCUnty 6C'1 School I0000DETER'$ DAIR Y i Robe,a, Dick, Robin and Chris Holmes Canto,, Mo.  -- ,H-88-216 Ewin, Mo. 63440 -- S,64315 I mm o. I 5b i CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Page MR. AND MRS. JAMES MINEAR in LaBelle Sept. 28 Scffres, daughter Mrs. Virgil Scifres of , became the bride of James son of Mr. and Mrs. of LBelle, at 2 p.m. in the LaBelle Baptist double ring ceremony was the Rev. John Gorham. sister-in-law of the and Mark Masden, bride, was soloist. Tiemann of Hannibal was Mrs. John Pinson of bridesmatron and Miss of Knox City was Michelle Fulton of La- of the bride, and Kayla Monticello, niece of the flower girls. Tyrel Mauck was ring bearer. Shirley attended the guest Tex., served Minear of LaBelle, bridegroom, and Randy were groomsmen. Livesay of Hannibal, of the bridegroom, of Steffenville, nephew of John Pinson of Edina. Steffenville and Matt nephews of the ndle lighters. Was given in marriage by She wore a long white polyester organza of chantilly type lace with Queen Anne neckline and tiny ruffled trim and long straight sleeves with satin trim. The skirt flowed into a semi-cathedral train with a double flounced organza and lace ruffle. She wore a tiara covered with Venise lace and pearls and waist length bridal illusion veil and carried a bouquet of lavender rose buds, mini carnations and baby's breath. The attendants wore long lavender dresses and carried long stemmed white roses. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church basement. The white wedding cake with lavender lilac flowers was baked by the mother of the bridegroom. Those serving were Kathy Livesay and Anne Minear, sisters of the bride groom, Jennilee Carper, Audrey Rayl and Stacy Fulton, sisters of the bride. The rehearsal dirmer was hosted by the bridegrooms parents at Mauck's Restaurant in LaBelle. After a trip to St. Louis the couple are making their home south of LaBeile. The bride, a 1982 graduate of Highland High School near Zwing, is employed at the Lewistown State Bank in Lewistown. The bridegroom, a 1977 graduate of Highland High School, is employed as an agent for Globe Life and Accident Insurance Co., and engaged in farming. A1 Beck displaying, "'Full Circle" art work at C-SC AI Beck, associate professor of art. at Culver-Stockton College, will be displaying some of his recent work in "Full Circle", an art show which began Oct. 24 and lasting through Nov. 14 in the Herrick Foundation Center on the campus. Over 150 pieces of work in fused glass, relief cast paper, and wedge- wood type jewelry will he in the show. Most of the art is three-dimensional work including one of Beck's favoritel, "Dayenu", meaning "enough is enough". This is an all-crystal mold which v[aya on the light below it to create an artistic effect. Nature affects much of Beck's work as several of his pieces have the characteristics of a leaf, or water and waves. "The Pond Table Series" Missouri State Grange meeting in Macon A Missouri State Grange member. ship meeting was held Satuday, Oct. 26, at 1 p.m. in the Vo-hg building in Macon. Twenty interested Grangers attended. The meeting was in charge of the National Deputy and State Secretary, Patty Wedding assisted by E. E. Barnes and Virginia Henderson. The membership development kit and other pamphlets and new member kits were passed out and thoroughly explained. During a short break the lecturer, Alice Roebuck led in two quizzes and several members presented a skit, "Going to Grange." Those attending were then divided into groups to work on ideas "For Projecting the Grange Image Positive. ly." A light supper was enjoyed during a visiting time. Andrew Baxter and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crist attended from Lewis County. represents a body of water extracted from its natural environment and on display for everyone to see. Paper, another medium used, was made right from the pulp, cast, and either painted or developed with a special photo- graphic technique. Ann Priebe honored at baby shower A miscellaneous baby shower was given for Ann Priebe on Sunday, Oct. 27, hosted by Carol Schaller, Patty Ellison and Eva Althoff. Those attending were Rita Kirchner, Maria Shirey and Tyler, Dorothy Stuckwisch and Kathy, Brenda Schal- ler, Colleen Hardy and Cory, Uldine Ellison, Mary Cunningham, Lynna, Heather, and Nikki, Tracy and Megan Schaller. Games were played and prizes won by Maria Shirey and Brenda Schaller. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Kay Ellison and Jennifer, Rita Day, Pamela Watson and Crystal Shuman. Winston Littles to host club on Nov. 6 The 20th Century Federated Club of Monticello will meet Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Little of rural Monticello. The program "Parents As Teach- ers" will be given by Mrs. Barbara Whitaker and Mrs. Billie Miller, teachers in the C-I School District. _ l . Ill News of Clubs & Organizations w Cub Scout Pack 173 Cub Scout Pack 173 met Oct. 21 at the LaGrange School with 35 present. A costume Halloween party was held with judging by Mayor Gantt, Kenneth Ballard, Mrs. Martha Hogan and Robert Farr. The scariest was Aaron Ash, funniest, J. L. Harrison; most original, Lincoln Brown; and best non-scout, Wendy and Robby Coffey. The Webelo's had opening ceremon- ies. Sharron Branham was chairman. Games were played and refreshments were served. The November 18 Pack meeting will he held at the LaGrange School at 7:30 p.m. There will he an Indian theme, MR. AND MRS. ED ORF 50th anniversary noted Mr. and Mrs. Ed Off of Canton will celebrate their 50th weddi'ng anniver- sary Sunday, Nov. 3, during the 10:15 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Canton. An open house will he held at the American Legion Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. All friends are invited. The couple requests, please, no gifts. Edgar Orf and Janice Moore were married Nov. 5, 1935, in St. Joseph Catholic Church in Josephville, Mo., by the Rev. Schramm. Attendants were Kathryn Schramm, cousin of the groom and Robert Off, brother of the groom. Orf is the son of the late Edward and Philomene Orf. Mrs. Orf is the daughter of the late Roscoe and Mahle Moore. They have two daughters, Patricia Bettendorf and Mar[an Fryer, both of Canton, and six grandchildren. Mr. "Off retired after 30 years with Martin Chevrolet and American Family Insurance, and is currently working with income tax returns. He is past president of Canton Kiwanis, life time member of Knights of Columbus, River Valley Country Club, American Legion and Mississippi Travel Council. Mrs. Orf is a member of the ladies St. Ann Altar Society, River Valley Country Club, American Legion Auxiliary, and Pin Up and Powder Puff Bowling Leagues and captain of both teams. Post will furnish the turkey and other members and their families are asked to bring a dish and share the bountiful meal at 6:15. Beta Sigma Phi The October 14 meeting of Beta Sigma Phi was held in the home of Judy Wilcox. Guest speaker, Mrs. Beth Kenney, discussed guildelines and shared helpful tips for planning a babysitting clinic. The clinic will be held Feb. I, 1986. After the close of a brief business meeting, new members were pledged to the sorority. They are Sandy Dennison, Peggy Willis, Carol Pred- more, Ann Davis, Julie Moon, Kerri Cole and Rhonda Arnsman. Refreshments were served following the pledge ritual. Chapter BS, P.E.O. Chapter BS, P.E.O. met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 24, at the home of Mrs. Walter Reuling. Mrs. Robert Brown was co-hostess to the IS members present. Mrs. Karl Bishoff introduced Mrs. Marvin Zenge who gave the program on "Antiques." Mrs. Zenge gave a history of antiques, told how they are defined and what items are classified antiques. She passed around sale bills from newspapers for the group to notice the many items that are collectibles. Mrs. Zenge showed several antique items from her family. They included a gun, straight razor, cut glass, silver serving dishes, silver and pearl handled utensils and stamps. The hostesses served refreshments during tbe..social hour, The next meeting will be Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dennis Smith. Ewing Tops 840 Tops held its regular meeting on OCt. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Senior Housing. Loser of the week was Lorie Hogan. Costume contest was won by Margaret Bringer. Contest winner was Linda Cramer. Show and Crafts will be on Nov. 10 at the Lewlstown School. Due to Halloween being on Thurs- day, the Tops meeting wig he held on Wednesday, Oct. 30. The meeting closed with Tops Pledge. award ceremony for now scouts and graduation of Tiger Cubs. Lewis County Memorial Post 518 The Lewis County Memorial Post No. 578 and Unit of the American Legion of Lewistown held their Clarence Houchins meeting with a ca00-in so.p dinner and dessert. noted 40th The Girls State program Was discussed and all schools in the state anmversary will .be contacted by the State Girl State chairman -)j.. Department, Clarence and Elsie Houehins recent- about requirements for the program. Strawberry ly celebrated their 40th wedding Only the unit of the American Legion anniversary with a barbecue for Auxiliary can sponsor the girls hut, Ice Cream POTATO CHIPS family and friends hosted by their donations can be accepted from other 25'00- '1% 3/'5" Sl.45 FUDGE BROWNIE DELIGHT children. They were married Sept. 29, 1945, in Louisiana, Mo., and have spent most of their married life farming and raising registered Angus cattle in the Ewing area. organizations. Poppies will be available and distributed on PoppY Day on Nov. 11. it is asked that all share in the remembrance of those who made the supreme sacrifice. The Houchins have two children, Soup day was planned for Nov. 14, Mrs. Sam (Bonnie) Lynn of Eldridge, serving from 10 to 2 at the Legion Hall. Ia., and Richard of Ewing, and five A carry-in dinner for veterans and grand childrenj= their families will be held Nov. 11. II HHIIHIHI NHIIDilIHlflHIHImllllllJglgmll Parents as First Teachers !n honored on birthday' -- A Program For ALL Fomilies tions present -- The Parents as First Teachers program includes the following services to help parents be more effective teachers for their children during the dinner was held James and Calvin Hickman of Quincy. years from birth to 3: u w mm w.mo cm" BREAKFAST -- 2 EGGS, HAM HAS BROWNS & TOAST Sl.69 HALF $ HALF Church basement A fifth generation picture of Mr. in honor of the 90th Hickman, his oldest daughter, Thelma Q-Information about growth and development to expect as your child Allie Hickman. Mr. Lewis, her daughter, Virginia Dade, develops. four daughters. Mrs. her son, Jimmy Dade, and his 59 Sl 29 Lewis, Mrs. Elgie daughter, Missy was taken. Periodic checkups of your cb.fld's educational and sensory (vision and PINT Mrs. John (Mil- hearing) development. llnd Mrs. Henry (Rose The dinner was enjoyed by other relatives and a host of friend=. Personal visits with parent educators who are trained in child LaGrange; two sons, development, i I"l,-mmmm-mmw""m--" .m--mm  :1 m'rm couPoN  i oees cou / =----e'T 1/" V(111 O Group meeti with other parents for learrdng and abaring. : SAVE 50' SAVE 50' prepare is unique in that it "begins at the beginning..." The = ! 011 purchase Of 011@, : 011 purcha$, o Olle- , Parents as First Teachers Program is designed to help you understand ! [  qt. ice cream lAll American banana split: YOU to the many friends of my mother, Alice more about how your child grows and learns. By working together, we can nd of our family, who were by our side and gave help make sure your child has the best possible start in life. i- I l I ength to say good-bye to her. The For more information contact: I VAUD O. SO.NOV. $ J VAUD OCT. 30 - NOV. tS I cards, flowers, calls, memorials and visits have been greatly ''''----'-----''''----------------------., 'ad'by andso many.it means so much to know that mother 200Cantn R-Vs. 4th StreetSChol District LeWisNW HighwayCUnty 6C'1 School I0000DETER'$ DAIR Y i Robe,a, Dick, Robin and Chris Holmes Canto,, Mo.  -- ,H-88-216 Ewin, Mo. 63440 -- S,64315 I mm o. I 5b i