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th RTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Page 1C team comes to beating conference leader The Pioneers got on the scoreboard first when quarterback Phil Young hit Jim Fivecoat on an ll-yard scoring pass with 3:49 left in the first quarter. Jeff Snowbarger added the extra point and Mid-America led 7-0. C-S got on the board late in the third quarter when Hank McCarthy connect- ed on a 32-yard field goal attempt to close the gap to 7-3. But that was all of the offense the Wildcats would he able to produce until it was too late. College Wild- playing one of their best season, came up short Mid-America Nazaren in Canton Saturday. came into the game in the nation according to II coached poll, and of first place in of America Athletic after knocking off Baker -23 Oct. 19. Young put the game out of reach when he scampered 15 yards late in the fourth quarter to make the score 13-3. Snowbarger's kick made it 14-3 with only 51 seconds left in the game. C-S added a score with just four seconds left in the game when Jon Enrico connected on a 19-yard scoring pass to John Fredericks. Toney Arrington punched across the goal line with the two-point conversion. The Wildcats will travel Saturday to Baldwin City, Kan., to play the Wildcats of Baker University. Baker was ranked 17th in the nation last week and defeated the Wildcats last season 83-6. Game time is 1:30 p.m. and can he heard live on WCAZ-AM 990. HAAC Standings I. Mid-America Nazarene 5-0 6-1 2. Baker 4-I 5-2 William Jeweil 4.1 5-2 4. Mo. Valley 2-3 3-4 Tarkio 2-3 3-5 C-S 2-3 2-6 7. Graceland 1-4 4-4 8. Central Methodist 0-5 2-6 Last Week's Results William Jewell defeated Tarkio 35-14 at Tarkio Baker defeated Graceland 46-12 at Graceland Missouri Valley defeated Central Methodist 50-14 at Central Methodist Mid-America Nazarene defeated C-S 14.11 at C-S This Week's Schedule William Jewell at Mid-America Nazarene, 1:30 p.m. Tarkio at Mo. Valley, 7:30 p.m. Central Methodist at Graceland, 1:30 p.m. C-S at Baker, 1:30 Highiand's Myron Hopson found the going tough Friday in their last home game against Louisiana. Hopson, No. 22 in the center M the pile, and the rest of the Cougar squad, were pummeled by Louisiana 46-7. Photo by Skip Barton Highland hammered Friday by Scott Dehner quarter. Although Louisiana pretty well had It started off as a possible upset in the game in hand at that point, the the making, but by the time the Bulldogs, ranked fourth in the state, Highland-Louisiana football match was added two more touchdowns in the over it was far from upset as the fourth quarter to finish off the evening. Bulldogs rolled over Highland 46-7. Four of Louisiana's second half TD's came after Highland turnovers. Friday night's contest began as a defensive struggle with neither team Louisiana was led by powerful Roger managing to score in the first quarter. Walker, who rushed 168 yards on the Second quarter action saw some night. For the Cougars, Kevin Lewis scoring, but unfortunately for the caught four passes for 64 yards, while Cougars the scoring wasn't on their Alderton had three for 30 yards. side. Louisiana got on the scoreboard Quarterback Richard Hinkle complet- with 9:30 left in the first half. The ed nine passes out of 21 for 140 yards. score was set up by an interception. Highland fails to 6-2 overall and 4-2 The Bulldogs tacked on a field goal in the conference, while Louisiana with no time left on the clock to take a remains undefeated. The Bulldogs will 10-0 advantage at half time. take their undefeated record into this No. 87, found double trouble against Mid-America Nazarene's In the second half, the Cougars Friday night's conference showdown and the Wildcats were edged Saturday 14-11 by the visitors at pulled within three points at the 5:32 against Macon in a game that will last home game of the season, mark on the third quarter on a 48 yard decide the Clarence Cannon Confer- C-S football picture by Mary Weidenhaft scoring drive capped off with a TD ence champions. catch by Myron Hopson and the PAT Despite two straight setbacks, the schedules for several by RogerAlderton. Little did Highland Cougars arestilllonkingforapossible know that seven points is all that they playoff bid and they will take their would get on the night. The Cougars playoff hopes into this Friday night's a .lUU cu-n-'-"n ''a +o did not expect the Bulldogs to matchup against South Shelby, 4-4 season are o, 22 points in just over two overall and 3-3 in the conference. This minutes to take a commanding 32-7 is Highland's final regular season have a multitude of in possession, Sept. 1 and runs through Dec. 16, with lead as the game entered the fourth game of the year. open or about to open, In addition to those seasons-on-the- a daily bag of eight, possession of 16. popular, the quail verge, ruffed grouse (in the parts of Sporty, swift-flying marshland calm- lp Nov. 1 in the north Boone, Callaway, Montgomery and ins of the woodcock, snip00 once were a Manna Mile Fun Run to he Warren counties south of 1-70), and highly-cherished game bird (historic aga will be Nov. "l-J:  woodcock are open until Dec. 18. bags of 1S0 birds daily were rted inst world starvation Missouri River, with a Grouse limit is two daily, with four and snipe were the most widely-distri- t( eight, possession of 16. in possession, while the woodcock limit buted game bird). Because the hungry of the world Proceeds after expenses will go to race against starvation, students at the Southern Baptist Convention's open Nov. 10 and end is five daily, 10 in possession. Hannibal-LaGrange College are spon- Manna Relief Fund for World Hunger. the river and the limit "The population declined so much soring a race to raise money to Pre-race check-in will be held at 7:30 with 12 in possession. The fall wild turkey gun season that the season was closed between alleviate hunger in the needy nations, a.m. Nov. 2 in H-LG's Porter closes Oct. 2% and the bow season runs 1941-53 and snipe hunting tradition The Manna Mile Fun Run, sponsored Gymnasium. Participants will receive the pheasant season will through the end of the year, except for faded, by the Baptist Student Union, will be their numbers, and be registered in run through Jan. 15 in the gun deer season Nov. 16-24 when Also open until Nov. 9 is the dove held Nov. 2, originating on the H-IX; one of three age divisions: 19 and Buchanan, Clark, archery hunting for deer and turkeys season, which was short and not-so- campus. Any runner is eligible to under, 20-35, and 35 and over. The Harrison, Holt, is closed, sweet in most parts of Missouri participate, two-mile run will begin on campus and Platte, Putnam, St. Duck hunting in both the north and because cold and rain bumped many of The fun run will have two divisions: proceed off-campus to paved residen- Scotland and Worth south zones opens Nov. 2, as does the heat-loving birds south before the the Two-Mile Run, starting at 8:30 tial streets involving one long hill and parts of Adair, Grundy goose hunting (except Canada geese in season opened, a.m.; and the 10K Run (6.2 miles), some shorter ones. The 10-kilometer t eounties north of Highway the Lower Mississippi Zone which And the rail season is open until starting at 9 a.m. Trophies will go to run will start on-campus and proceed County west of 1-35 opens Dec. 2). Nov. 9, for the very few who hunt the the first place male and female runner off-campus on residential streets to 6. And then there are the most esoteric marsh birds. Limit is 25 daily and in in each division, and special fun run Palmyra Road, then on to Riverview two roosters, with four birds, such as snipe which opened possession. T-shirts will go to all participants paying the $8 entry fee. I N G a 212 game 558 series and Cliff Harks Americana Seed 731 670 754 Anderson 193 and 505 203 game 508 series as Niemann's won Stauffer lg0, Maples 524 Eagles Aux. 978 891 943 Fourth straight playoffs for volleyball team As one of three volleyball teams to qualify for district playoffs for four consecutive years, Culver-Stockton College will compete this weekend in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) District 16 playoffs. The Wildcats, seeded sixth in the district, will travel to Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph to begin the tournament on Friday. C-S volleyball Coach Gene Hall said, "We are excited to reach our goal of qualifying for districts and returning again this year. We have played a lot of the competition that will be there. We defeated some of them and lost to some of them, but we will start new at districts." "We should do well at districts. Our senior players have had three previous year's experience in district play and that we hope will give them some of the confidence they will need," said Hall. The Wildcats improved their record to 26-11 .on Oct. 23 with a 3-games-tw0 win against Iowa Wesleyan College at Mt. Pleasant. The Wildcats won 15-8, 15-3, 15-13. The Wildcats host their last match of Seedings for the District 16 playoffs are as follows: I. Mo. Western State 2. Rockhurst Mo. Baptist 4. Mo. Southern State 5. Southwest Baptist U. 6. C-S 7. Drury 8. School of the Ozarks The Wildcats will be in the same pool as Missouri Baptist, Rockhurst and Drury and the top two teams from the two pools will advance to semi-final action on Saturday. Deer hunters have tournament For years, fishermen have enjoyed tournaments throughout the south and midwest. Now comes a tournament for the deer hunter. The tournament will take place during the upcoming Missouri fire- arms me.us', O,'J4, Ea-y into the tournament must be postmarked by Nov. 15. The first place state prize is 000 cash for the hunter who bags the rgest typical rack whitetail. Other prizes are $250 cash for the winner in each of Missouri's 23 deer units. The winner will he determined by the size of the antlers. Score sheets will be provided to those who enter the tournament. To obtain an entry blank, contact the local sporting goods dealer or merchant who sells deer tags. Park for two laps, and back ,to campus. -A-U--C-T-I-O--N- MILLERS TRADING POST all 8 points from Buckwalter Trucking. Lipstick League McKenzie Auto* 927 991 989 League Sam Wilson a 459 series for Buck- LC Abstract 913 860 954 Gipson 167, Puls 463 517 674 595 walter. Lewis Hybrids 913 943 1011 Pierce 867 936 943 648 699 642 Buckwalter 736 734 650 Gantt 177, wheeler431 Fryer's 948 933 954 I63 and 546 Niemann's 830 791 776 Beilstein Campers 9"o0 994 940 Gans 172 and 444 Dottles OFC 913 851 937 641 624 724 Gary Lupardns bowled a 220 game Drill Team 921 1025 949 CMT 898 963 950 579 678 617 572 series to help Standard Machine to Ashby 209, Lewis 509 had two 223 games for a 6 point win over Cook's Mens Store. LC Nursing Home 914 973 946 Tonnies 170 and 466 Stan Walbring a 482 series for Cook's. Globe Life 928 1017 1016 Std. Machine 825 796 815 Dade 196 and 516 Cook's 761 833 612 Eaglettes 1076 997 965 Harold Ludwig a 516 series and Jim Kountry Manor 1089 9"24 934 Leasman a 213 game 512 series to lead Wilson 208, Downs 526 Hinton Trucking to a 6 point win over Heetco 992 9B4 936 O.C.'s. Steve Waterman a 516 series, Ellison's Pkg. Liquors 880 8S6 929 Jeff Shuman a 516 series, and Rick J. Hendrickson 181, Otte 471 Adamire a 509 series for O.C.'s. Revision: On 10-18-85, Lana Todd O.C.'s- 818 862 745 also bowled a 182 as the Drill Team Hinton 719 913 938 won 4 points from Kountry Manor. Monday Early League Fleer Feed 918 879 951 Ken's 893 840 836 Brinkley 210 and 590 Ted's Autobody 704 668 736 Cotton Bowl 765 732 675 Ware 168 and 491 Thompson Imp. 774 834 '7'74 Ayers Oil Co. 841 851 788 Sykes 211 and 527 Knapheide 768 803 772 474 and 532 524 561 597 $87 647 595 618 570 566 576 617 564 ag ue led a 568 series to to a shutout of Fox Bill Maggart a 512 +735756750 68O7O6724 rolled a 517 series series as VFW [rom Tonnies FB Ins. game 534 series for 757 792 831 811 811 818 smashed the pins with CORVETTE Owf00ers WANT YOURS TO LOOK SHAJ? . RICH'S RUTO BODY REPRIR CANTON --- PHONE 2N-S&01 00wmm Expert body & refinish (=) COAt= work at o reasonable $ Bantam League Pinbusters 501 601 Devils $88 584 Williams 115 and 209 Angels 610 $07 Phillips & Sons 583 535 Doehterman 110 and 176 Pin Up League CIA 914 1034 977 IAS 861 944 907 Powder Puff League Palmyra S & L 874 852 Phillips & Sons 942 873 Phillips 187 and 463 Lewistown Bank 934 877 F & M Bank 878 906 Schroeder 175, Olsen 481 Carmen's Std. 979 893 895 Mac's Girls 972 902 942 Boyer 187 and 537 Canton Bank 955 924 1007 Logsdon Oil 902 920 868 Hoewing 195, Hendie 507 BuckwalterTrucking 930 964 852 Bank of Manta. 918 553 938 Niesen 196 and 500 SUPPORT YOUR TEAMS CANTON PIZZA HUT HWY 16-61 I BLOCK OFF NO. 6, DURHAM, Me. PHONE 4714201 or 497-2687 NOV. 8 at 6 P.M. Furniture. Refrigerator , Upright Deepfreezer , Gas Stoves . D/shes lit & Much more ASSIGNMENTS: ANYTHING OF VALUE WALLACE & BOOTH AUCTION SERVICE i iii1, ii 972 "' Overstocked! 00IAKEOFFER SALEI00 I. 1980 MERCURY 2 DOOR - ONE OWNER '$$50 2. 1981 CITATION 2 DOOR - ONE OWNER $150 2. 1981 OU)S 88 4 DOOR, AUTO $4S0 & 19110 MONZA 2 DOOR STD $250 5. 1977 IMPALA 4 DOOR, AUTO 2950 6. 1977 MAILIIU 2 OOOR, AUTO 2G50 7. 1977 LEMANS 4 DOOR, AUTO 1150 I. 1977 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR, AUTO 1650 9. 1976 MERCURY 4 DOOR AUTO 1550 10. 1974 IMPALA 2 DOOR AUTO 1150 These are the eurrent prleas. We have no salesman and we ean take less - no eemmissions paid. Coma . 9 in make an offer We re going to sell these ten units! LEWIS COUNTY. MOTOR CO. CANTON I III I IIII IIIII III IIII  Hlii II th RTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Page 1C team comes to beating conference leader The Pioneers got on the scoreboard first when quarterback Phil Young hit Jim Fivecoat on an ll-yard scoring pass with 3:49 left in the first quarter. Jeff Snowbarger added the extra point and Mid-America led 7-0. C-S got on the board late in the third quarter when Hank McCarthy connect- ed on a 32-yard field goal attempt to close the gap to 7-3. But that was all of the offense the Wildcats would he able to produce until it was too late. College Wild- playing one of their best season, came up short Mid-America Nazaren in Canton Saturday. came into the game in the nation according to II coached poll, and of first place in of America Athletic after knocking off Baker -23 Oct. 19. Young put the game out of reach when he scampered 15 yards late in the fourth quarter to make the score 13-3. Snowbarger's kick made it 14-3 with only 51 seconds left in the game. C-S added a score with just four seconds left in the game when Jon Enrico connected on a 19-yard scoring pass to John Fredericks. Toney Arrington punched across the goal line with the two-point conversion. The Wildcats will travel Saturday to Baldwin City, Kan., to play the Wildcats of Baker University. Baker was ranked 17th in the nation last week and defeated the Wildcats last season 83-6. Game time is 1:30 p.m. and can he heard live on WCAZ-AM 990. HAAC Standings I. Mid-America Nazarene 5-0 6-1 2. Baker 4-I 5-2 William Jeweil 4.1 5-2 4. Mo. Valley 2-3 3-4 Tarkio 2-3 3-5 C-S 2-3 2-6 7. Graceland 1-4 4-4 8. Central Methodist 0-5 2-6 Last Week's Results William Jewell defeated Tarkio 35-14 at Tarkio Baker defeated Graceland 46-12 at Graceland Missouri Valley defeated Central Methodist 50-14 at Central Methodist Mid-America Nazarene defeated C-S 14.11 at C-S This Week's Schedule William Jewell at Mid-America Nazarene, 1:30 p.m. Tarkio at Mo. Valley, 7:30 p.m. Central Methodist at Graceland, 1:30 p.m. C-S at Baker, 1:30 Highiand's Myron Hopson found the going tough Friday in their last home game against Louisiana. Hopson, No. 22 in the center M the pile, and the rest of the Cougar squad, were pummeled by Louisiana 46-7. Photo by Skip Barton Highland hammered Friday by Scott Dehner quarter. Although Louisiana pretty well had It started off as a possible upset in the game in hand at that point, the the making, but by the time the Bulldogs, ranked fourth in the state, Highland-Louisiana football match was added two more touchdowns in the over it was far from upset as the fourth quarter to finish off the evening. Bulldogs rolled over Highland 46-7. Four of Louisiana's second half TD's came after Highland turnovers. Friday night's contest began as a defensive struggle with neither team Louisiana was led by powerful Roger managing to score in the first quarter. Walker, who rushed 168 yards on the Second quarter action saw some night. For the Cougars, Kevin Lewis scoring, but unfortunately for the caught four passes for 64 yards, while Cougars the scoring wasn't on their Alderton had three for 30 yards. side. Louisiana got on the scoreboard Quarterback Richard Hinkle complet- with 9:30 left in the first half. The ed nine passes out of 21 for 140 yards. score was set up by an interception. Highland fails to 6-2 overall and 4-2 The Bulldogs tacked on a field goal in the conference, while Louisiana with no time left on the clock to take a remains undefeated. The Bulldogs will 10-0 advantage at half time. take their undefeated record into this No. 87, found double trouble against Mid-America Nazarene's In the second half, the Cougars Friday night's conference showdown and the Wildcats were edged Saturday 14-11 by the visitors at pulled within three points at the 5:32 against Macon in a game that will last home game of the season, mark on the third quarter on a 48 yard decide the Clarence Cannon Confer- C-S football picture by Mary Weidenhaft scoring drive capped off with a TD ence champions. catch by Myron Hopson and the PAT Despite two straight setbacks, the schedules for several by RogerAlderton. Little did Highland Cougars arestilllonkingforapossible know that seven points is all that they playoff bid and they will take their would get on the night. The Cougars playoff hopes into this Friday night's a .lUU cu-n-'-"n ''a +o did not expect the Bulldogs to matchup against South Shelby, 4-4 season are o, 22 points in just over two overall and 3-3 in the conference. This minutes to take a commanding 32-7 is Highland's final regular season have a multitude of in possession, Sept. 1 and runs through Dec. 16, with lead as the game entered the fourth game of the year. open or about to open, In addition to those seasons-on-the- a daily bag of eight, possession of 16. popular, the quail verge, ruffed grouse (in the parts of Sporty, swift-flying marshland calm- lp Nov. 1 in the north Boone, Callaway, Montgomery and ins of the woodcock, snip00 once were a Manna Mile Fun Run to he Warren counties south of 1-70), and highly-cherished game bird (historic aga will be Nov. "l-J:  woodcock are open until Dec. 18. bags of 1S0 birds daily were rted inst world starvation Missouri River, with a Grouse limit is two daily, with four and snipe were the most widely-distri- t( eight, possession of 16. in possession, while the woodcock limit buted game bird). Because the hungry of the world Proceeds after expenses will go to race against starvation, students at the Southern Baptist Convention's open Nov. 10 and end is five daily, 10 in possession. Hannibal-LaGrange College are spon- Manna Relief Fund for World Hunger. the river and the limit "The population declined so much soring a race to raise money to Pre-race check-in will be held at 7:30 with 12 in possession. The fall wild turkey gun season that the season was closed between alleviate hunger in the needy nations, a.m. Nov. 2 in H-LG's Porter closes Oct. 2% and the bow season runs 1941-53 and snipe hunting tradition The Manna Mile Fun Run, sponsored Gymnasium. Participants will receive the pheasant season will through the end of the year, except for faded, by the Baptist Student Union, will be their numbers, and be registered in run through Jan. 15 in the gun deer season Nov. 16-24 when Also open until Nov. 9 is the dove held Nov. 2, originating on the H-IX; one of three age divisions: 19 and Buchanan, Clark, archery hunting for deer and turkeys season, which was short and not-so- campus. Any runner is eligible to under, 20-35, and 35 and over. The Harrison, Holt, is closed, sweet in most parts of Missouri participate, two-mile run will begin on campus and Platte, Putnam, St. Duck hunting in both the north and because cold and rain bumped many of The fun run will have two divisions: proceed off-campus to paved residen- Scotland and Worth south zones opens Nov. 2, as does the heat-loving birds south before the the Two-Mile Run, starting at 8:30 tial streets involving one long hill and parts of Adair, Grundy goose hunting (except Canada geese in season opened, a.m.; and the 10K Run (6.2 miles), some shorter ones. The 10-kilometer t eounties north of Highway the Lower Mississippi Zone which And the rail season is open until starting at 9 a.m. Trophies will go to run will start on-campus and proceed County west of 1-35 opens Dec. 2). Nov. 9, for the very few who hunt the the first place male and female runner off-campus on residential streets to 6. And then there are the most esoteric marsh birds. Limit is 25 daily and in in each division, and special fun run Palmyra Road, then on to Riverview two roosters, with four birds, such as snipe which opened possession. T-shirts will go to all participants paying the $8 entry fee. I N G a 212 game 558 series and Cliff Harks Americana Seed 731 670 754 Anderson 193 and 505 203 game 508 series as Niemann's won Stauffer lg0, Maples 524 Eagles Aux. 978 891 943 Fourth straight playoffs for volleyball team As one of three volleyball teams to qualify for district playoffs for four consecutive years, Culver-Stockton College will compete this weekend in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) District 16 playoffs. The Wildcats, seeded sixth in the district, will travel to Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph to begin the tournament on Friday. C-S volleyball Coach Gene Hall said, "We are excited to reach our goal of qualifying for districts and returning again this year. We have played a lot of the competition that will be there. We defeated some of them and lost to some of them, but we will start new at districts." "We should do well at districts. Our senior players have had three previous year's experience in district play and that we hope will give them some of the confidence they will need," said Hall. The Wildcats improved their record to 26-11 .on Oct. 23 with a 3-games-tw0 win against Iowa Wesleyan College at Mt. Pleasant. The Wildcats won 15-8, 15-3, 15-13. The Wildcats host their last match of Seedings for the District 16 playoffs are as follows: I. Mo. Western State 2. Rockhurst Mo. Baptist 4. Mo. Southern State 5. Southwest Baptist U. 6. C-S 7. Drury 8. School of the Ozarks The Wildcats will be in the same pool as Missouri Baptist, Rockhurst and Drury and the top two teams from the two pools will advance to semi-final action on Saturday. Deer hunters have tournament For years, fishermen have enjoyed tournaments throughout the south and midwest. Now comes a tournament for the deer hunter. The tournament will take place during the upcoming Missouri fire- arms me.us', O,'J4, Ea-y into the tournament must be postmarked by Nov. 15. The first place state prize is 000 cash for the hunter who bags the rgest typical rack whitetail. Other prizes are $250 cash for the winner in each of Missouri's 23 deer units. The winner will he determined by the size of the antlers. Score sheets will be provided to those who enter the tournament. To obtain an entry blank, contact the local sporting goods dealer or merchant who sells deer tags. Park for two laps, and back ,to campus. -A-U--C-T-I-O--N- MILLERS TRADING POST all 8 points from Buckwalter Trucking. Lipstick League McKenzie Auto* 927 991 989 League Sam Wilson a 459 series for Buck- LC Abstract 913 860 954 Gipson 167, Puls 463 517 674 595 walter. Lewis Hybrids 913 943 1011 Pierce 867 936 943 648 699 642 Buckwalter 736 734 650 Gantt 177, wheeler431 Fryer's 948 933 954 I63 and 546 Niemann's 830 791 776 Beilstein Campers 9"o0 994 940 Gans 172 and 444 Dottles OFC 913 851 937 641 624 724 Gary Lupardns bowled a 220 game Drill Team 921 1025 949 CMT 898 963 950 579 678 617 572 series to help Standard Machine to Ashby 209, Lewis 509 had two 223 games for a 6 point win over Cook's Mens Store. LC Nursing Home 914 973 946 Tonnies 170 and 466 Stan Walbring a 482 series for Cook's. Globe Life 928 1017 1016 Std. Machine 825 796 815 Dade 196 and 516 Cook's 761 833 612 Eaglettes 1076 997 965 Harold Ludwig a 516 series and Jim Kountry Manor 1089 9"24 934 Leasman a 213 game 512 series to lead Wilson 208, Downs 526 Hinton Trucking to a 6 point win over Heetco 992 9B4 936 O.C.'s. Steve Waterman a 516 series, Ellison's Pkg. Liquors 880 8S6 929 Jeff Shuman a 516 series, and Rick J. Hendrickson 181, Otte 471 Adamire a 509 series for O.C.'s. Revision: On 10-18-85, Lana Todd O.C.'s- 818 862 745 also bowled a 182 as the Drill Team Hinton 719 913 938 won 4 points from Kountry Manor. Monday Early League Fleer Feed 918 879 951 Ken's 893 840 836 Brinkley 210 and 590 Ted's Autobody 704 668 736 Cotton Bowl 765 732 675 Ware 168 and 491 Thompson Imp. 774 834 '7'74 Ayers Oil Co. 841 851 788 Sykes 211 and 527 Knapheide 768 803 772 474 and 532 524 561 597 $87 647 595 618 570 566 576 617 564 ag ue led a 568 series to to a shutout of Fox Bill Maggart a 512 +735756750 68O7O6724 rolled a 517 series series as VFW [rom Tonnies FB Ins. game 534 series for 757 792 831 811 811 818 smashed the pins with CORVETTE Owf00ers WANT YOURS TO LOOK SHAJ? . RICH'S RUTO BODY REPRIR CANTON --- PHONE 2N-S&01 00wmm Expert body & refinish (=) COAt= work at o reasonable $ Bantam League Pinbusters 501 601 Devils $88 584 Williams 115 and 209 Angels 610 $07 Phillips & Sons 583 535 Doehterman 110 and 176 Pin Up League CIA 914 1034 977 IAS 861 944 907 Powder Puff League Palmyra S & L 874 852 Phillips & Sons 942 873 Phillips 187 and 463 Lewistown Bank 934 877 F & M Bank 878 906 Schroeder 175, Olsen 481 Carmen's Std. 979 893 895 Mac's Girls 972 902 942 Boyer 187 and 537 Canton Bank 955 924 1007 Logsdon Oil 902 920 868 Hoewing 195, Hendie 507 BuckwalterTrucking 930 964 852 Bank of Manta. 918 553 938 Niesen 196 and 500 SUPPORT YOUR TEAMS CANTON PIZZA HUT HWY 16-61 I BLOCK OFF NO. 6, DURHAM, Me. PHONE 4714201 or 497-2687 NOV. 8 at 6 P.M. Furniture. Refrigerator , Upright Deepfreezer , Gas Stoves . D/shes lit & Much more ASSIGNMENTS: ANYTHING OF VALUE WALLACE & BOOTH AUCTION SERVICE i iii1, ii 972 "' Overstocked! 00IAKEOFFER SALEI00 I. 1980 MERCURY 2 DOOR - ONE OWNER '$$50 2. 1981 CITATION 2 DOOR - ONE OWNER $150 2. 1981 OU)S 88 4 DOOR, AUTO $4S0 & 19110 MONZA 2 DOOR STD $250 5. 1977 IMPALA 4 DOOR, AUTO 2950 6. 1977 MAILIIU 2 OOOR, AUTO 2G50 7. 1977 LEMANS 4 DOOR, AUTO 1150 I. 1977 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR, AUTO 1650 9. 1976 MERCURY 4 DOOR AUTO 1550 10. 1974 IMPALA 2 DOOR AUTO 1150 These are the eurrent prleas. We have no salesman and we ean take less - no eemmissions paid. Coma . 9 in make an offer We re going to sell these ten units! LEWIS COUNTY. MOTOR CO. CANTON I III I IIII IIIII III IIII  H lii II