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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Pag LaGrange Grandson receives U.S. Norast Missouri " Returns to D. C. after visit with mother Sharon Waganer of Florissant, Mo. given in the State of Missouri. Forty ITIrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer and grandson of Lawrence Waganer of three young men and women from the [rs. Thelma Bdnl,Jey La Grange, Mo., was presented the First. Second. and Third Congressional I, i United States Congressional Silver Districts received this recognition i Award on Oct. 7, 1985. This award was from the US Congress. The award presented by the Honorable Robert A. recognizes initiative, achievement and Young, US Representative from the excellence in voluntary service, Second Congressional District. This is personal development and physical Donald Sherman of Washington, D. C., returned to his home after visiting with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schafer and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Job. Mrs. Floyd Guilfoil was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roberts and Noreen Monday afternoon. LaGrange Elementary School annual PTA soup supper Monday. Nov. 4, serving from 5 to 8. Mrs. Jim Davis and Jessica spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ridge. While here Anita attended the teachers conference in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack and grandson, Lucas, spent Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Beulah Hacka- mack. The following have visited with Leland Kolthoff since his return from the hospital: Jerry Fisher, Hank and Kim, Rick Salter, Tom Dobbs, Harvey Waterman, Francis Ellison and Frank Gnus. Obert Bohon and Marie Frieden attended church services at Culver- Stockton Sunday morning. They ate lunch at the Coffee Shop and attended the funeral for James Carry at Arnold's Funeral Home in Canton. Mrs. Charlotte Miner of Bettendorf and Janeen and Laurie Miner of Iowa City spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. Mrs. Floyd Guilfoyle and Mrs. Karen Garde and daughters spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jenners in Ottumwa. Paul stayed with his father while they were gone. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gragg and Mrs. Lavina Fahey attended the funeral Sunday of Sand/ord Arment in Edina. Mr. Arment was a cousin of Mrs. Fahey and Mrs. Gragg They were dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Arment and son, Rex. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares of Congressional Silver Award Library Service Brent Waganer, son of Lester and the first tme this award has been LaGrange Branch Kahoka were Sunday afternoon visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rohs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn spent the weekend in Ozark, Mo., attending the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe. The Northest Missouri Lutheran Mission Fair was held at North Shelby High School Sunday. Those from LaGrange attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wolfmeyer, Rev. and Mrs. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Earlywine, Judy and Leann Garkie, Darla Lay and Mrs. E. Schlegl. The Ladies Aid and Sunday School displayed three exhibits. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann have returned from a vacation touring some of the southern states. They visited points of interest in Nashville and Gatlinburg, Tenn., also visiting in North Carolina and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw and house guest; Mrs. Hazel Deming, and Mr. and Mrs. i'im Stout called on Mrs. Mavis Young in Kirksville Sunday. Overnight and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw on Oct. 24 were Mrs. Hazel Deming and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Deming of Tulare, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Chilhowee. Others for supper were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips of Lewistown and Scot Phillips of Denver, Colo. Hazel Doming is making a 10-day visit with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stewart of Shelbyville spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nothnagel. Mrs. Gladys Robinson visited from Wednesday til Sunday with her brother, Noel Briscoe and family at Sunrise Beach. Mrs. J. D. Roberts was a visitor of Mrs. Ruby Meyers of Palmyra Monday morning. Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mrs. Bobby Rohs of Barry spent Monday with their mother, Mrs. Vera Gnus. fitness. Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards were given to the young persons depending upon the age and service requirements. This award is the only award presented by the United States Congress to a person except for the Congressional Medal of Honor. The Congressional award was authorized by Congress in November 1979. Brent was honored for over 1300 hours of voluntary public service, personal development and physical fitness. The ceremonies were held at the Marriott Pavilion Hotel in St. Louis with the Air Force Band of Mid-America, Scott Air Force Base providing the musical entertainment. Mr. Bob Hardy of KMOX radio was the Master of Ceremonies. After the presentation of the awards, the keynote address was given by W. Clement Stone, National Director and Founding Chairman of the Congres- sional Award. CLUB NEWS Pleasant Dale Club The Pleasant Dale Club met Oct. 24 at the home of Mrs. Edna Salter with seven members present. Roll call was answered by telling the handwork project planned for winter hours. A delicious dinner was served at the noon hour. The November meeting will be Nov. 14 with all members asked to be present. There will be an election of officers at that time, yearbooks will be made out and plans made for the Christmas party. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Velma Childers. Terminal by Colin Forbes. When Nancy Kennedy's grandfather is spirited out of the United States and into a Swiss clinic, she convinces her fiance, a well-known foreign corres- pondent, to help her find out why. But the secrets they uncover behind the closely guarded walls of the Berne clinic are far more dangerous than either could have imagined. A militant consortium of Swiss bankers, led by the fanatical Dr. Armand Grange, has discovered a powerful new nerve gas, and they intend to use their discovery to stage a military coup. An ex-CIA executioner, two British intelligence officers, the Swiss police, and various members of the international underworld are among those who converge on the ancient city of Berne and risk their lives to unmask the sinister plot--code- named Terminal. One Of The Crowd by Paul Gillette. Being one of the crowd-that's what growing up in the 1950's was about, especially for Nick Zabaglione, until he grew up enough to see that there wa more to life than he would find in the small, Pennsylvania coal town of his childhood and adolescent years. In a warm, earthy and insightful account of coming of age in an atmosphere unique to the 1950's, we see Nick leave behind the pranks, the cars and tough-guy chic of his home town and begin his determined upward fight, from small-time to a place in the spotlight of radio, tv and motion pictures in New York and California. But the glamor, the in-fighting and the upheavals in his career are only the backdrop against which a more personal battle is fought, as Nick comes to terms with the women in his life and his close-knit family, and finally achieves a hard-won sense of peace with himself and the town he tried to leave behind, and that, in the end, he was glad had never left him. Maywood Beulah Jones Guest ministers include Nigeria missionary Guest ministers of South Union Baptist Church Sunday were Bro. Bob Shermer for the morning service and Bro. Don Smith for the evening service. Both are from Hannibal-La- Grange College. Bro. Smith, a former missionary to Nigeria, shared his slides and items of interest from Nigeria and all enjoyed a fellowship soup and pie supper before the service. Monday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wiseman was Norma Lou Morrison of Fulton. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartz were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Routt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meaney. The Meaneys have recently purchased the Cora Blumenstock place and plan to move there soon. Mrs. Zeta Nelson was transferred to Blessing Hospital in Quincy a week ago and remains as a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tare and Lindsey of Hannibal guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry "-''Jom[ and Rebecca visited )lr.I Forrest Osborne in Augus Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 1 Jason, Mr. and Mrs. H Mr. and Mrs. Clayton the wedding of Amy Karl Anderson in the Church of Christ in Ur evening. Jason ShoopL. bride, sen, ed as the rin'-| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sbir L' Lea Ann hosted a Sunday in honor of Others attending were Ausmus. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. of Waterloo, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. pete visited Mrs. Betty Mrs. Gary Durst and Saturday. The Rev. Jessie Slaver was a Friday guest of Mr. Kroencke. LaGrange Elementary ANNUAL PTA SOUP SUPPER Monday, November 4 SERVING 5-$ p.m. ADULTS s2.25 CHILDREN UNDER 12 $1.25 Chili or vegetable soup, sandwich ( Ham & Hot Dogs) Drink. Pie 50' extra LaGrange , N ! vI Thurs., Fri., Sat. (Detaih available in store) Hot Dog & a Pepsi Saturday 10-4 Route C LoGrange, Mo. ,::. L  FRESH, LEAN A ,"io., p ss-22002o00 : .,. ,:oo.,:0  -! u.s.D.A, c,o,cf ,, GROUND C! :' Sat. 7:30-8:00 OanRo.oncronL $1009 - , ,oo,oo o_, i "' "ti'v| '"t ",,"' o ,,..,, Qu..,,,,es Ad Pi in effect r Oct. 31 thru Nov. 6 :" r ,. FRESH CRISP !  CELERY u Links.....,, o,. pk,.99 € w, "/vv, .  • :: E:- Al’ Lun. cheon Meats... ,, o.. ,:. 80' Pork°" Ten.erlom, • .d " . .. ,.,$3-,39 ' i[7 :och Beef Stew Mecrt..,..,,. 1.59 ,LARD,,,, ,,_ $, .. HICKORY SMOKED ) Jl ;': Estn'Butts..... ,b 97' Boneless V, Hams.... ,. ,.3Y BACON - I Premium Carrots........., Lb. ,, 25 € OSCAR MAYER (All Meat or Beef) Wieners...........Sl.29 FT FLAVORITE Red Ripe Tomatoes..... 49  ) Fresh Broccoli.... ,.. ,, 89 € FLOUR Red Gropes.......... u. 69' ot:  . TIDE DETERGEi .,,..co Premium Saltines......,  89 ’ SUPER VALU --Catsup ............ o,.--ISIS € Elf Soda.........., Liters 59 € $179 42 OZ. DELTA Paper Towels..... J,..* ,, 49 ’ Busch Beer. . . . . .,., ,.. s2.19 rn Muffin Mix...,  5/99 € ..nSAllein Noodles i • • ,, o 89€ Chili Hot Beans .....22 o,. 69 € AMERICAN T.V. CHEESE SINGLES A,.or,. Noodles... ...... •" FLAVORffE [ Shedd's Country  1.79 Bread Dough .....  $ ,,vo,,, .,.  ,o o, Sl ,,o,,, Cheddar or Colby Cheese .39 ' " • Shoestring French FrieS.. SWISS VALLEY 49' .o. Chip Dips.........., o Hash Brown Patties . -o FLAVORr ERED or BROWN SGAR -DEAL! 2 Lb. ia go em 41 m m 411 m em 4 1 em m lm m m 11) ell; me LaGrange Super Valu " MY00TgRY BRING IN FREE GIFT FOR YOUR L .'...c.. o,,2. S,,,r.dy. Nov. 2, N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Pag LaGrange Grandson receives U.S. Norast Missouri " Returns to D. C. after visit with mother Sharon Waganer of Florissant, Mo. given in the State of Missouri. Forty ITIrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer and grandson of Lawrence Waganer of three young men and women from the [rs. Thelma Bdnl,Jey La Grange, Mo., was presented the First. Second. and Third Congressional I, i United States Congressional Silver Districts received this recognition i Award on Oct. 7, 1985. This award was from the US Congress. The award presented by the Honorable Robert A. recognizes initiative, achievement and Young, US Representative from the excellence in voluntary service, Second Congressional District. This is personal development and physical Donald Sherman of Washington, D. C., returned to his home after visiting with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schafer and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Job. Mrs. Floyd Guilfoil was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roberts and Noreen Monday afternoon. LaGrange Elementary School annual PTA soup supper Monday. Nov. 4, serving from 5 to 8. Mrs. Jim Davis and Jessica spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ridge. While here Anita attended the teachers conference in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack and grandson, Lucas, spent Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Beulah Hacka- mack. The following have visited with Leland Kolthoff since his return from the hospital: Jerry Fisher, Hank and Kim, Rick Salter, Tom Dobbs, Harvey Waterman, Francis Ellison and Frank Gnus. Obert Bohon and Marie Frieden attended church services at Culver- Stockton Sunday morning. They ate lunch at the Coffee Shop and attended the funeral for James Carry at Arnold's Funeral Home in Canton. Mrs. Charlotte Miner of Bettendorf and Janeen and Laurie Miner of Iowa City spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. Mrs. Floyd Guilfoyle and Mrs. Karen Garde and daughters spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jenners in Ottumwa. Paul stayed with his father while they were gone. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gragg and Mrs. Lavina Fahey attended the funeral Sunday of Sand/ord Arment in Edina. Mr. Arment was a cousin of Mrs. Fahey and Mrs. Gragg They were dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Arment and son, Rex. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares of Congressional Silver Award Library Service Brent Waganer, son of Lester and the first tme this award has been LaGrange Branch Kahoka were Sunday afternoon visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rohs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn spent the weekend in Ozark, Mo., attending the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe. The Northest Missouri Lutheran Mission Fair was held at North Shelby High School Sunday. Those from LaGrange attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wolfmeyer, Rev. and Mrs. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Earlywine, Judy and Leann Garkie, Darla Lay and Mrs. E. Schlegl. The Ladies Aid and Sunday School displayed three exhibits. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann have returned from a vacation touring some of the southern states. They visited points of interest in Nashville and Gatlinburg, Tenn., also visiting in North Carolina and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw and house guest; Mrs. Hazel Deming, and Mr. and Mrs. i'im Stout called on Mrs. Mavis Young in Kirksville Sunday. Overnight and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw on Oct. 24 were Mrs. Hazel Deming and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Deming of Tulare, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Chilhowee. Others for supper were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips of Lewistown and Scot Phillips of Denver, Colo. Hazel Doming is making a 10-day visit with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stewart of Shelbyville spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nothnagel. Mrs. Gladys Robinson visited from Wednesday til Sunday with her brother, Noel Briscoe and family at Sunrise Beach. Mrs. J. D. Roberts was a visitor of Mrs. Ruby Meyers of Palmyra Monday morning. Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mrs. Bobby Rohs of Barry spent Monday with their mother, Mrs. Vera Gnus. fitness. Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards were given to the young persons depending upon the age and service requirements. This award is the only award presented by the United States Congress to a person except for the Congressional Medal of Honor. The Congressional award was authorized by Congress in November 1979. Brent was honored for over 1300 hours of voluntary public service, personal development and physical fitness. The ceremonies were held at the Marriott Pavilion Hotel in St. Louis with the Air Force Band of Mid-America, Scott Air Force Base providing the musical entertainment. Mr. Bob Hardy of KMOX radio was the Master of Ceremonies. After the presentation of the awards, the keynote address was given by W. Clement Stone, National Director and Founding Chairman of the Congres- sional Award. CLUB NEWS Pleasant Dale Club The Pleasant Dale Club met Oct. 24 at the home of Mrs. Edna Salter with seven members present. Roll call was answered by telling the handwork project planned for winter hours. A delicious dinner was served at the noon hour. The November meeting will be Nov. 14 with all members asked to be present. There will be an election of officers at that time, yearbooks will be made out and plans made for the Christmas party. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Velma Childers. Terminal by Colin Forbes. When Nancy Kennedy's grandfather is spirited out of the United States and into a Swiss clinic, she convinces her fiance, a well-known foreign corres- pondent, to help her find out why. But the secrets they uncover behind the closely guarded walls of the Berne clinic are far more dangerous than either could have imagined. A militant consortium of Swiss bankers, led by the fanatical Dr. Armand Grange, has discovered a powerful new nerve gas, and they intend to use their discovery to stage a military coup. An ex-CIA executioner, two British intelligence officers, the Swiss police, and various members of the international underworld are among those who converge on the ancient city of Berne and risk their lives to unmask the sinister plot--code- named Terminal. One Of The Crowd by Paul Gillette. Being one of the crowd-that's what growing up in the 1950's was about, especially for Nick Zabaglione, until he grew up enough to see that there wa more to life than he would find in the small, Pennsylvania coal town of his childhood and adolescent years. In a warm, earthy and insightful account of coming of age in an atmosphere unique to the 1950's, we see Nick leave behind the pranks, the cars and tough-guy chic of his home town and begin his determined upward fight, from small-time to a place in the spotlight of radio, tv and motion pictures in New York and California. But the glamor, the in-fighting and the upheavals in his career are only the backdrop against which a more personal battle is fought, as Nick comes to terms with the women in his life and his close-knit family, and finally achieves a hard-won sense of peace with himself and the town he tried to leave behind, and that, in the end, he was glad had never left him. Maywood Beulah Jones Guest ministers include Nigeria missionary Guest ministers of South Union Baptist Church Sunday were Bro. Bob Shermer for the morning service and Bro. Don Smith for the evening service. Both are from Hannibal-La- Grange College. Bro. Smith, a former missionary to Nigeria, shared his slides and items of interest from Nigeria and all enjoyed a fellowship soup and pie supper before the service. Monday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wiseman was Norma Lou Morrison of Fulton. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartz were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Routt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meaney. The Meaneys have recently purchased the Cora Blumenstock place and plan to move there soon. Mrs. Zeta Nelson was transferred to Blessing Hospital in Quincy a week ago and remains as a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tare and Lindsey of Hannibal guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry "-''Jom[ and Rebecca visited )lr.I Forrest Osborne in Augus Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 1 Jason, Mr. and Mrs. H Mr. and Mrs. Clayton the wedding of Amy Karl Anderson in the Church of Christ in Ur evening. Jason ShoopL. bride, sen, ed as the rin'-| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sbir L' Lea Ann hosted a Sunday in honor of Others attending were Ausmus. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. of Waterloo, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. pete visited Mrs. Betty Mrs. Gary Durst and Saturday. The Rev. Jessie Slaver was a Friday guest of Mr. Kroencke. LaGrange Elementary ANNUAL PTA SOUP SUPPER Monday, November 4 SERVING 5-$ p.m. ADULTS s2.25 CHILDREN UNDER 12 $1.25 Chili or vegetable soup, sandwich ( Ham & Hot Dogs) Drink. Pie 50' extra LaGrange , N ! vI Thurs., Fri., Sat. (Detaih available in store) Hot Dog & a Pepsi Saturday 10-4 Route C LoGrange, Mo. ,::. L  FRESH, LEAN A ,"io., p ss-22002o00 : .,. ,:oo.,:0  -! u.s.D.A, c,o,cf ,, GROUND C! :' Sat. 7:30-8:00 OanRo.oncronL $1009 - , ,oo,oo o_, i "' "ti'v| '"t ",,"' o ,,..,, Qu..,,,,es Ad Pi in effect r Oct. 31 thru Nov. 6 :" r ,. FRESH CRISP !  CELERY u Links.....,, o,. pk,.99 € w, "/vv, .  • :: E:- Al’ Lun. cheon Meats... ,, o.. ,:. 80' Pork°" Ten.erlom, • .d " . .. ,.,$3-,39 ' i[7 :och Beef Stew Mecrt..,..,,. 1.59 ,LARD,,,, ,,_ $, .. HICKORY SMOKED ) Jl ;': Estn'Butts..... ,b 97' Boneless V, Hams.... ,. ,.3Y BACON - I Premium Carrots........., Lb. ,, 25 € OSCAR MAYER (All Meat or Beef) Wieners...........Sl.29 FT FLAVORITE Red Ripe Tomatoes..... 49  ) Fresh Broccoli.... ,.. ,, 89 € FLOUR Red Gropes.......... u. 69' ot:  . TIDE DETERGEi .,,..co Premium Saltines......,  89 ’ SUPER VALU --Catsup ............ o,.--ISIS € Elf Soda.........., Liters 59 € $179 42 OZ. DELTA Paper Towels..... J,..* ,, 49 ’ Busch Beer. . . . . .,., ,.. s2.19 rn Muffin Mix...,  5/99 € ..nSAllein Noodles i • • ,, o 89€ Chili Hot Beans .....22 o,. 69 € AMERICAN T.V. CHEESE SINGLES A,.or,. Noodles... ...... •" FLAVORffE [ Shedd's Country  1.79 Bread Dough .....  $ ,,vo,,, .,.  ,o o, Sl ,,o,,, Cheddar or Colby Cheese .39 ' " • Shoestring French FrieS.. SWISS VALLEY 49' .o. Chip Dips.........., o Hash Brown Patties . -o FLAVORr ERED or BROWN SGAR -DEAL! 2 Lb. ia go em 41 m m 411 m em 4 1 em m lm m m 11) ell; me LaGrange Super Valu " MY00TgRY BRING IN FREE GIFT FOR YOUR L .'...c.. o,,2. S,,,r.dy. Nov. 2,