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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Me., Thursday, November 7, I I Lewistown Erma Dee Derksen II III Visits with guests in Canton from New Zealand , Doris HeRman spent Friday evening and was a supper guest of Mrs. Ruby Hackett at Canton and her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nichols of Whangarei, New Zealand. All day guests of Martha Brown Monday were her niece, Esther Lorentzsen, Shirley Lorentyen and Betty McFarland of Keokuk. In the afternoon all went to see Mr. and Mrs. John Burford and their house guest, Sheila Krawl. Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grim were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grim, Shawn and Brandon of Rochester, Min, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grim and Ryan. Additional Saturday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Crist of Excelsior Springs and A. A. Green. Mrs. Terry Seals and two sons called Sunday afternmm. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Newberry of Argyle spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Eula Wells. Eula recently moved from the senior housing to Town & Country Apts. Correction: Mrs. Leora Nelson is a resident of Lewis County Nursing Home, not Stone Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kraw] of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gower and family of Monticello spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents, Mr. I Maywood Beulah Jones Holiday Inn dinner honors birthdays On Sunday Mrs. Dorothy Edwards of Rochester, N. Y., and Mrs. Wilton Henry of Hannibal entertained at a dinner at the Hannibal Holiday Inn to honor the birthdays of Robert Bean of St. Louis and the 80th birthday of J. C. Wiseman of Maywood. Those present were Mrs. Robert Bean of St. Louis, Mrs. Virginia Buchanan and Mrs. J. C. Wiseman of Maywood, Dr. Paul Bean of Hannibal and Nolan Leach of Ewing: Mr. and Mrs. Oren Reid of LaGrange and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Walker of Quincy attended the funeral of their brother, Lloyd Reid at Sheffield, I!1., Friday afternoon. They stayed all night with relatives Friday at Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Eisenberg of Taylor Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lillard of Shelbina were luncheon guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Barton, Katie Jo and Courtney Marie at Clarence. Guest ministers of South Union Baptist Church Sunday were Bro. and Mrs. Gary Arnett at the morning and evening services from Hannibal- and Mrs. John Burford. Kay Krawl returned home with her parents after spending a week in the Burford home recovering from foot surgery. She went back to Columbia for a check up Monday. Tim Penn and James of Kirksville bad lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wyverne Penn and spent the after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison attended the arts and crafts festival at Hannibal Sunday. Sue Smith visited her mother, Zeda Dance in the Knox Co. Nursing Home near Edina Thursday and again on Sunday when she ate lunch with her. On Monday she visited her aunt, Dorothy Patchin. James Martin remains a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Rochester, Minn. His wife is staying in Rochester to he near him and other family members have visited. Cecil Wilson returned home Friday after nearly four weeks in Blessing Hospital in Quincy following surgery for a ruptured artery. Mrs. Tom Coates of Medapclis, la., spent last Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Thrasher. Callers Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thrasher and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Thrasher of Bushnell. Mrs. Gail (Clark) Handle underwent exploratory surgery in Blessing Hos- pital in Quincy Saturday. She spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, before returning home to her children and husband, Carl, at Wyaeonda. Mary and Tara McConnell visited E. O. Geisendorfer Sunday in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Tuesday to Thursday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh were David Brumbaugh and Mike Brooks of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Martin, Sara and Gaymee and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Tallman and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard were Friday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stutsman and family and Mrs. Ida Barnes in LaBelle and Mrs. Mary Sharpe in Lewistown. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Brownell attended the annual meeting of the Mo. Baptist Convention in St. Louis Oct. 28-31. Their children, Rusty and Krista, visited in the David Gruesel home during their absence. Mrs. Sharon Tiemann visited M. and Mrs. Porter Lillard Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reid attended the funeral f their uncle, Lloyd Reid, Friday at Sheffield, Ill. Wyaconda Chapter of DAR met at the home of Mrs. Aloma Shoop Saturday afternoon with six members present and one guest. Two members were unable to attend: Mrs. Francille Bailey is recovering from a bad fall and Mrs. Sherry Kiraly is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. Ruby Brinkley of Orlando, Fla., formerly of Maywood, is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. She fell and broke her hip. Mrs. Porter Lillard spent Tuesday thru Thursday in Shelbina doing books for Tricky Dick's ATV, owned by her son, Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Osborne of Augusta were Suntay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones, Matthew and Rebecca. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans and family were Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Sharla of Quincy hosted a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Beulah Jones of Maywood Saturday evening. Others present were David Jones, a student of Normal (Ill.) College, Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Canton were Sunday dinner guests of their re, other, Erma Dee Derksen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myers entertained his mother, Mrs. Mabel Myers of Ewing, for her birthday last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stice of Canton and Margaret Stice of LaBeUe were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stice and family. Randy was home from college for the weekend and Annie Kennedy was a guest in the Stice home Saturday and Sunday, as was Cleo Stice of Williamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips enter- rained with a Friday evening dinner at their home. Guests were his aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw of LaGrange and Mrs. Hazel Denning of Tulare, Calif., and Kay Boyer and daughters of Quincy. Saturday evening the Phillips' were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Tom Fischer at Hannibal along with Dr. and Mrs. David Hinds of Odgen, Utah. Saturday evening they attended the 3rd birthday celebration for their granddaughter, Lindsey, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyer and family in Quincy. Others joining the birthday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boyer and family of LaGrange. Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Nelle Tompkins were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Saar of Kahoka and Mrs. Julia Tucker of Williamstown. Recent visitors of Mrs. Veta Bronson were Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of Chilhowee, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Denning of Tulare, Calif., and Leland Phillips. Tuesday callers were Mrs. Hazel Denning of Tulare, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob. Bradshaw of LaGrange. Mrs. Alice Smith, Mrs. and Mrs. Shorty Smith and Cliff Smith drove to Moberly Sunday where they spent the day with her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith and guests. Change in records storage to save state money Secretary of State Roy tllunt says the state of Missouri will save money and the public will be served faster under changes he's initiating in the State's Records Management pro- gram. The first concrete step is being taken this month as the Department of Revenue relocates its records storage facility from rented space into a state-owned building. Blunt recently announced a coopera- tive effort in which he and IpR Director Paul McNeill have agreed that all Revenue records should" be consolidated into one state-ow#ied location at the Records Center Annex on Howard Street. Those records have been housed in three scattered locations: the State Records Center on Industrial Drive, the Annex and in rented space several miles East of the Capitol. The agreement further re- quires that other state agency records located at the Annex be moved to the State Records Center. Rebecca. Mrs. Jones stayed overnight and attended Calvary Baptist Church LEWIS COUNTY COURT NEWS Circuit Court James H. Metherland, Bossier City, La., speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Ollie Johnson, St. Louis, speeding, plea, guilty, $54.50 fine and costs. Wilbert E. Clay, LaBelle, failed to wear protective headgear when motorcycle in motion, plea, guilty, $43.50 fine and costs. Richard J. Wolz, St. Louis, speeding, plea, guilty $50.50 fine and costs. Roy E. Turnbull, Elsberry, speeding, plea, guilty, $65.50 fine and costs. Nanette M. Brooks, Quincy, speeding, plea, guilty $48.50 fine and costs. David B. Becker, St. Louis, speed- ing, plea, guilty, $48.50 fine and costs. Robert H. Rooney, St. Charles, speeding, plea, guilty, $52.50 fine and costs. Tamberly K. Job, Canton, speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 fine and costs. Gerassimos Kuluris, Ft. Madison, speeding, bond forfeited. Gary M. Darnell, Monticello, operated motor vehicle with no operable tail light, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Michael P. Hudzik, Chebanse, Ill., no Mo. fuel liceme, plea, guilty, $48.50 fine and costs. Michael P. Hudzik, Chebanse, Ill., no reciprocity on license, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Michael P. Hudzik, Cbebanse, Ill., operated commercial motor vehicle with unsafe steering, plea, guilty, $88.50 fine and costs. Jerry W. Stombaugh, Cbebanse, Ill., no Mo. fuel license, plea, guilty, $48.50 fine and costs. Jerry W. Stombaugh, Chebanse, Ill., no reciprocity on license, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. S. W. Rboades, Quincy, failed to yield to approaching vehicle when entering highway, plea. guilty, $73.50 fine and costs. Lewis N. Highee, Argyle, speeding, plea, guilty, $67.50 fine and costs. Carl B. Schmelzel, Des Moines, speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Kelly J. Logsdon, LaGrange, failed to keep vehicle to the right, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Paul D. Hopkins, Williamstown, stopped or parked vehicle in prohibited area, plea, guilty, $43.50 fine and costs. Carol M. Smith, Overland, Mo., speeding, bond forfeited. Marjorie A. Wenneker, Lewistown, expired license, plea, guilty, $130 fine and costs. Marriage License Michael A. Wilson and Gia M. Tornabene, both of Burlington. Alan W. Bartz and Tracy L. Holt, both of Durham. James H. Houghton of Memphis and Lola M. Hess Roberts of Kahoka. Jeffrey J. Nell and Dawn M. Heller, both of Canton. George D. Dade and Lynit A. Patterson, both of Quincy. Stanley J. Kelley and Phyllis G. Hutchesson, both of Canton. Roger J. Reofro and Martha M. Sharp, both of LaBelle. Kelly M. Kite and Sonja K. Schnitzer, both of LaGrange. Land Transfers John Glisan and Bonnie Glisan and Glenda Watts to Richard L. Rally. Farmers & Merchants Bank to Mary Linda Brandt. Dennis R. Vincent and Wanda J. Vincent to Lewistown State Bank. Leaun Green and Norma J. Green to John E. Berhorst and Patricia Berhorst. Stanley Wilson and Kathleen Wilson, Doris Wilson and Louise Baily to Michael J. Fellinger and Janeen Fellinger. Guy H. Oberdahlhoff and Lorene K. Oberdahlhoff to Guy H. Oberdahlhoff and Robert L. Oberdahlboff and Karla L. Tungate. Michael W. Platte and Cindy L. Platte to Frederick W. Collins and Dorothy L. Collins. Dameron Land & Cattle Company, Inc., to the City of LaBelle. Virginia S. Grandstaff and Earl C. Grandstaff to Earl C. Grandstaff and Virginia S. Grandstaff. Gary D. Call and Linda R. Call to Palmyra Saving & Building Ass'n. Joseph H. Smith and Louise M. Smith to Joseph H. Smith and louise M. Smith. Twain Lake Hunting and Fishing guides available The new 1986 Mark Twain Lake Hunting and Fishing guides have arrived and are now available at the Mark Twain Lake Management Office and the M.W. Boudreaux Visitor Center. The Visitor Center, which is located one-half mile south of Cannon Dam on state highway J, is open on weekends in November from I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hunting and 'Fishing Guide illustrates the 45,000 acres of public lands and waters that are open to hunting, fishing and trapping and sets forth the rules and regulations governing the use of public property at Mark Twain Lake. Bluegrass Fiddle festival set The Tri-State Bluegrass Association will hold its fourth Lake of Mark Twain Fiddle Championships and music festival at the Holiday Inn, Hannibal, Mo., on Nov. 22-24. Over $I,000 in cash prize. -..be given in the two categories. e o@en class will pay 10 places with first place, $350. The Junior division will pay four places with first place to receive $100. Several bands and individual music- ians will entertain also during the three days of the festival. Contestants in the open class must be registered to play by I0 a.m. on PRESS.NEWS Publmhed Every America nton David 130 Avenue Of The Canton, the Cc,m Pets. Est 11162 Conhdoed No,, 22. (l)n I0 hdoted Jo uor y The tew,s Coun,y Jo,'nol the [ew,stown Nw$ The Clon Plfsl-Nlwl T t@w Consohdoted  I. J Advertising Repres MISSOURI PRESS RATE SCHEDULE In Lewis. Knox. Marion. and Clark Counties, a year ................. Six months .................. "! Elsewhere in Missouri   other states, a year ..... Six months ................... Advertldml Display Advertising, Column inch ............... i Classified Advertising, Per word ............... Minimum ................. " Display Classified, CoL inch .............. Card of Thanks ............ ! Saturday .,y in the day evening or The Junior contest will Saturday afternoon. open class will be held afternoon and the final! will be Saturday morning will feature Reservations can be Holiday Inn, weekend by calling numbers: Missouri other states, 800-325-0777. information about the program "director Kahoka, Mo., 63445, phone Deer Processing with the family. Our Spedalty is 00mMBmM]ll}lll]llMllll/IH0000mmum00lllll00mMll DEER SUMMER SAUSAGE LEWIS COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING HOLIDAY OIFT 8HOW LEWISTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AT WEST EDGE OF LEWISTOWN LaGrange College,, Marvin Bringer and Rachel and Mr. SgNgaT Mrs. Junior Fountain visited Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Jones, Matthew and , N OV, I0 * Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina Sunday. Mrs. Fountain has just " tO fi,M, TO q PsM, recently moved to Aurora. Mrs. Ed Kroencke attended World Community Day, an observance of 40 CRAFT TABLES Church Women United, Friday after- noon at Mt. Olivet United Methodist. DINNER SERVING BEGINS AT 11 A.M. Paige Bartz and Sandy Meaney were   MJ[  dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartz Wednesday. -- ram, mm mmmmmm Mrs. Roy Lee McPike of Emden ,   S visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rich - W--.-r St00tinq 5 p,m, .00mY DAIRY SALE 2nd Tuesday of CONSIGNMENT Each Month MO - COW CO. ,., Out of State Watts 1-800.558.1349 Missouri Watts 1-800-892-7130 Lancaster, Missouri SALE MANAGER  EDDIE NORMAN, LANCASTER Me. 816-457-3795 Market Magers - EDDIE NORMAN, HENRY NORMAN * Carp * Fried Chicken * Ham * Baked Potato Potato Salad * Hush Puppies * Baked Beans Corn * ,49s 10 Salads to choose from * Menu BOOKING HOLIDAY PARTIES & CLUBS Tuesday Night, Nov. 13, 8:00 p.m. *' i'( Located 3 % miles north of Lancaster on 63 "'L OFFICE MANAGER--Kathy Ashmore - Please Consign Early -- All consignments and inquires are invited. Catty listings ore very helpful and important in.advertisin.Q and advising prospective buyers, especially those traveling long distances. Auctioneer: Eddie C. Norman Ringmen: Bobby Burton 51,5-682-1759 Henry Norman 81 ( tEWISTOWN, MO. Lumley's Locker LaBe/Je, Mo. 816-462-3375 Good Luck & Happy//unti00 Land Atlas and Plat Book Lewis County Missouri Ikks available at: Lewis County Clerk Courthouse, Monticello Phone: (314) .767-5205 or Ask any Lewis County 4-H Member Price: $10.00 , ! Detailed township maps showing rural LAND OWNERSHIP, with owners boundaries, acreages and all the natural & cultural features as they lie. Pulblidmd I ROCK MAP PUBLIGHm, INC . 611J 4525 Forest View Avenue, P.O. Box 6126, Rockford, jJJinn Phone: (8OO) 435-O712. In Illinois (100) 192-074-1 N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Me., Thursday, November 7, I I Lewistown Erma Dee Derksen II III Visits with guests in Canton from New Zealand , Doris HeRman spent Friday evening and was a supper guest of Mrs. Ruby Hackett at Canton and her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nichols of Whangarei, New Zealand. All day guests of Martha Brown Monday were her niece, Esther Lorentzsen, Shirley Lorentyen and Betty McFarland of Keokuk. In the afternoon all went to see Mr. and Mrs. John Burford and their house guest, Sheila Krawl. Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grim were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grim, Shawn and Brandon of Rochester, Min, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grim and Ryan. Additional Saturday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Crist of Excelsior Springs and A. A. Green. Mrs. Terry Seals and two sons called Sunday afternmm. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Newberry of Argyle spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Eula Wells. Eula recently moved from the senior housing to Town & Country Apts. Correction: Mrs. Leora Nelson is a resident of Lewis County Nursing Home, not Stone Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kraw] of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gower and family of Monticello spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents, Mr. I Maywood Beulah Jones Holiday Inn dinner honors birthdays On Sunday Mrs. Dorothy Edwards of Rochester, N. Y., and Mrs. Wilton Henry of Hannibal entertained at a dinner at the Hannibal Holiday Inn to honor the birthdays of Robert Bean of St. Louis and the 80th birthday of J. C. Wiseman of Maywood. Those present were Mrs. Robert Bean of St. Louis, Mrs. Virginia Buchanan and Mrs. J. C. Wiseman of Maywood, Dr. Paul Bean of Hannibal and Nolan Leach of Ewing: Mr. and Mrs. Oren Reid of LaGrange and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Walker of Quincy attended the funeral of their brother, Lloyd Reid at Sheffield, I!1., Friday afternoon. They stayed all night with relatives Friday at Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Eisenberg of Taylor Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lillard of Shelbina were luncheon guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Barton, Katie Jo and Courtney Marie at Clarence. Guest ministers of South Union Baptist Church Sunday were Bro. and Mrs. Gary Arnett at the morning and evening services from Hannibal- and Mrs. John Burford. Kay Krawl returned home with her parents after spending a week in the Burford home recovering from foot surgery. She went back to Columbia for a check up Monday. Tim Penn and James of Kirksville bad lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wyverne Penn and spent the after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison attended the arts and crafts festival at Hannibal Sunday. Sue Smith visited her mother, Zeda Dance in the Knox Co. Nursing Home near Edina Thursday and again on Sunday when she ate lunch with her. On Monday she visited her aunt, Dorothy Patchin. James Martin remains a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Rochester, Minn. His wife is staying in Rochester to he near him and other family members have visited. Cecil Wilson returned home Friday after nearly four weeks in Blessing Hospital in Quincy following surgery for a ruptured artery. Mrs. Tom Coates of Medapclis, la., spent last Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Thrasher. Callers Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thrasher and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Thrasher of Bushnell. Mrs. Gail (Clark) Handle underwent exploratory surgery in Blessing Hos- pital in Quincy Saturday. She spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, before returning home to her children and husband, Carl, at Wyaeonda. Mary and Tara McConnell visited E. O. Geisendorfer Sunday in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Tuesday to Thursday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugh were David Brumbaugh and Mike Brooks of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Martin, Sara and Gaymee and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Tallman and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard were Friday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stutsman and family and Mrs. Ida Barnes in LaBelle and Mrs. Mary Sharpe in Lewistown. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Brownell attended the annual meeting of the Mo. Baptist Convention in St. Louis Oct. 28-31. Their children, Rusty and Krista, visited in the David Gruesel home during their absence. Mrs. Sharon Tiemann visited M. and Mrs. Porter Lillard Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reid attended the funeral f their uncle, Lloyd Reid, Friday at Sheffield, Ill. Wyaconda Chapter of DAR met at the home of Mrs. Aloma Shoop Saturday afternoon with six members present and one guest. Two members were unable to attend: Mrs. Francille Bailey is recovering from a bad fall and Mrs. Sherry Kiraly is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. Ruby Brinkley of Orlando, Fla., formerly of Maywood, is a patient in St. Mary Hospital in Quincy. She fell and broke her hip. Mrs. Porter Lillard spent Tuesday thru Thursday in Shelbina doing books for Tricky Dick's ATV, owned by her son, Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Osborne of Augusta were Suntay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones, Matthew and Rebecca. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans and family were Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Sharla of Quincy hosted a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Beulah Jones of Maywood Saturday evening. Others present were David Jones, a student of Normal (Ill.) College, Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Canton were Sunday dinner guests of their re, other, Erma Dee Derksen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myers entertained his mother, Mrs. Mabel Myers of Ewing, for her birthday last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stice of Canton and Margaret Stice of LaBeUe were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stice and family. Randy was home from college for the weekend and Annie Kennedy was a guest in the Stice home Saturday and Sunday, as was Cleo Stice of Williamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips enter- rained with a Friday evening dinner at their home. Guests were his aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw of LaGrange and Mrs. Hazel Denning of Tulare, Calif., and Kay Boyer and daughters of Quincy. Saturday evening the Phillips' were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Tom Fischer at Hannibal along with Dr. and Mrs. David Hinds of Odgen, Utah. Saturday evening they attended the 3rd birthday celebration for their granddaughter, Lindsey, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyer and family in Quincy. Others joining the birthday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boyer and family of LaGrange. Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Nelle Tompkins were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Saar of Kahoka and Mrs. Julia Tucker of Williamstown. Recent visitors of Mrs. Veta Bronson were Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of Chilhowee, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Denning of Tulare, Calif., and Leland Phillips. Tuesday callers were Mrs. Hazel Denning of Tulare, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob. Bradshaw of LaGrange. Mrs. Alice Smith, Mrs. and Mrs. Shorty Smith and Cliff Smith drove to Moberly Sunday where they spent the day with her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith and guests. Change in records storage to save state money Secretary of State Roy tllunt says the state of Missouri will save money and the public will be served faster under changes he's initiating in the State's Records Management pro- gram. The first concrete step is being taken this month as the Department of Revenue relocates its records storage facility from rented space into a state-owned building. Blunt recently announced a coopera- tive effort in which he and IpR Director Paul McNeill have agreed that all Revenue records should" be consolidated into one state-ow#ied location at the Records Center Annex on Howard Street. Those records have been housed in three scattered locations: the State Records Center on Industrial Drive, the Annex and in rented space several miles East of the Capitol. The agreement further re- quires that other state agency records located at the Annex be moved to the State Records Center. Rebecca. Mrs. Jones stayed overnight and attended Calvary Baptist Church LEWIS COUNTY COURT NEWS Circuit Court James H. Metherland, Bossier City, La., speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Ollie Johnson, St. Louis, speeding, plea, guilty, $54.50 fine and costs. Wilbert E. Clay, LaBelle, failed to wear protective headgear when motorcycle in motion, plea, guilty, $43.50 fine and costs. Richard J. Wolz, St. Louis, speeding, plea, guilty $50.50 fine and costs. Roy E. Turnbull, Elsberry, speeding, plea, guilty, $65.50 fine and costs. Nanette M. Brooks, Quincy, speeding, plea, guilty $48.50 fine and costs. David B. Becker, St. Louis, speed- ing, plea, guilty, $48.50 fine and costs. Robert H. Rooney, St. Charles, speeding, plea, guilty, $52.50 fine and costs. Tamberly K. Job, Canton, speeding, plea, guilty, $50.50 fine and costs. Gerassimos Kuluris, Ft. Madison, speeding, bond forfeited. Gary M. Darnell, Monticello, operated motor vehicle with no operable tail light, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Michael P. Hudzik, Chebanse, Ill., no Mo. fuel liceme, plea, guilty, $48.50 fine and costs. Michael P. Hudzik, Chebanse, Ill., no reciprocity on license, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Michael P. Hudzik, Cbebanse, Ill., operated commercial motor vehicle with unsafe steering, plea, guilty, $88.50 fine and costs. Jerry W. Stombaugh, Cbebanse, Ill., no Mo. fuel license, plea, guilty, $48.50 fine and costs. Jerry W. Stombaugh, Chebanse, Ill., no reciprocity on license, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. S. W. Rboades, Quincy, failed to yield to approaching vehicle when entering highway, plea. guilty, $73.50 fine and costs. Lewis N. Highee, Argyle, speeding, plea, guilty, $67.50 fine and costs. Carl B. Schmelzel, Des Moines, speeding, plea, guilty, $53.50 fine and costs. Kelly J. Logsdon, LaGrange, failed to keep vehicle to the right, plea, guilty, $63.50 fine and costs. Paul D. Hopkins, Williamstown, stopped or parked vehicle in prohibited area, plea, guilty, $43.50 fine and costs. Carol M. Smith, Overland, Mo., speeding, bond forfeited. Marjorie A. Wenneker, Lewistown, expired license, plea, guilty, $130 fine and costs. Marriage License Michael A. Wilson and Gia M. Tornabene, both of Burlington. Alan W. Bartz and Tracy L. Holt, both of Durham. James H. Houghton of Memphis and Lola M. Hess Roberts of Kahoka. Jeffrey J. Nell and Dawn M. Heller, both of Canton. George D. Dade and Lynit A. Patterson, both of Quincy. Stanley J. Kelley and Phyllis G. Hutchesson, both of Canton. Roger J. Reofro and Martha M. Sharp, both of LaBelle. Kelly M. Kite and Sonja K. Schnitzer, both of LaGrange. Land Transfers John Glisan and Bonnie Glisan and Glenda Watts to Richard L. Rally. Farmers & Merchants Bank to Mary Linda Brandt. Dennis R. Vincent and Wanda J. Vincent to Lewistown State Bank. Leaun Green and Norma J. Green to John E. Berhorst and Patricia Berhorst. Stanley Wilson and Kathleen Wilson, Doris Wilson and Louise Baily to Michael J. Fellinger and Janeen Fellinger. Guy H. Oberdahlhoff and Lorene K. Oberdahlhoff to Guy H. Oberdahlhoff and Robert L. Oberdahlboff and Karla L. Tungate. Michael W. Platte and Cindy L. Platte to Frederick W. Collins and Dorothy L. Collins. Dameron Land & Cattle Company, Inc., to the City of LaBelle. Virginia S. Grandstaff and Earl C. Grandstaff to Earl C. Grandstaff and Virginia S. Grandstaff. Gary D. Call and Linda R. Call to Palmyra Saving & Building Ass'n. Joseph H. Smith and Louise M. Smith to Joseph H. Smith and louise M. Smith. Twain Lake Hunting and Fishing guides available The new 1986 Mark Twain Lake Hunting and Fishing guides have arrived and are now available at the Mark Twain Lake Management Office and the M.W. Boudreaux Visitor Center. The Visitor Center, which is located one-half mile south of Cannon Dam on state highway J, is open on weekends in November from I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hunting and 'Fishing Guide illustrates the 45,000 acres of public lands and waters that are open to hunting, fishing and trapping and sets forth the rules and regulations governing the use of public property at Mark Twain Lake. Bluegrass Fiddle festival set The Tri-State Bluegrass Association will hold its fourth Lake of Mark Twain Fiddle Championships and music festival at the Holiday Inn, Hannibal, Mo., on Nov. 22-24. Over $I,000 in cash prize. -..be given in the two categories. e o@en class will pay 10 places with first place, $350. The Junior division will pay four places with first place to receive $100. Several bands and individual music- ians will entertain also during the three days of the festival. Contestants in the open class must be registered to play by I0 a.m. on PRESS.NEWS Publmhed Every America nton David 130 Avenue Of The Canton, the Cc,m Pets. Est 11162 Conhdoed No,, 22. (l)n I0 hdoted Jo uor y The tew,s Coun,y Jo,'nol the [ew,stown Nw$ The Clon Plfsl-Nlwl T t@w Consohdoted  I. J Advertising Repres MISSOURI PRESS RATE SCHEDULE In Lewis. Knox. Marion. and Clark Counties, a year ................. Six months .................. "! Elsewhere in Missouri   other states, a year ..... Six months ................... Advertldml Display Advertising, Column inch ............... i Classified Advertising, Per word ............... Minimum ................. " Display Classified, CoL inch .............. Card of Thanks ............ ! Saturday .,y in the day evening or The Junior contest will Saturday afternoon. open class will be held afternoon and the final! will be Saturday morning will feature Reservations can be Holiday Inn, weekend by calling numbers: Missouri other states, 800-325-0777. information about the program "director Kahoka, Mo., 63445, phone Deer Processing with the family. Our Spedalty is 00mMBmM]ll}lll]llMllll/IH0000mmum00lllll00mMll DEER SUMMER SAUSAGE LEWIS COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING HOLIDAY OIFT 8HOW LEWISTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AT WEST EDGE OF LEWISTOWN LaGrange College,, Marvin Bringer and Rachel and Mr. SgNgaT Mrs. Junior Fountain visited Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Jones, Matthew and , N OV, I0 * Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina Sunday. Mrs. Fountain has just " tO fi,M, TO q PsM, recently moved to Aurora. Mrs. Ed Kroencke attended World Community Day, an observance of 40 CRAFT TABLES Church Women United, Friday after- noon at Mt. Olivet United Methodist. DINNER SERVING BEGINS AT 11 A.M. Paige Bartz and Sandy Meaney were   MJ[  dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartz Wednesday. -- ram, mm mmmmmm Mrs. Roy Lee McPike of Emden ,   S visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rich - W--.-r St00tinq 5 p,m, .00mY DAIRY SALE 2nd Tuesday of CONSIGNMENT Each Month MO - COW CO. ,., Out of State Watts 1-800.558.1349 Missouri Watts 1-800-892-7130 Lancaster, Missouri SALE MANAGER  EDDIE NORMAN, LANCASTER Me. 816-457-3795 Market Magers - EDDIE NORMAN, HENRY NORMAN * Carp * Fried Chicken * Ham * Baked Potato Potato Salad * Hush Puppies * Baked Beans Corn * ,49s 10 Salads to choose from * Menu BOOKING HOLIDAY PARTIES & CLUBS Tuesday Night, Nov. 13, 8:00 p.m. *' i'( Located 3 % miles north of Lancaster on 63 "'L OFFICE MANAGER--Kathy Ashmore - Please Consign Early -- All consignments and inquires are invited. Catty listings ore very helpful and important in.advertisin.Q and advising prospective buyers, especially those traveling long distances. Auctioneer: Eddie C. 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