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ENERAL NEWS R-V student book fair to be held Nov. 7-13 Otte joins Ins. lOtte has joined the Canton Agency, beginning Nov. 4. son of Bob and Mary Ann and is married to the Kelly. The couple are of Ashley, 14 rues., 7 yrs., and Brian, 8. a graduate of Canton R-V and was a member of the all falr years. He was of the Student Council his hl active in the Canton Fire Department and t and TEC movement in to laming the Canton Agency, Keith worked and of the Otte & Sons owner of Canton Agency, says he is quite have a local person join his "With Keith's background in area and knowledge of the the Canton, LaGrange, and areas, he certainly will to our agency," said the next 30 days, Otte will be insurance school and will be license exam shortly licensed in life, health, casualty insurance. The Canton R-V Elementary School will sponsor a student book fair from Nov. 7 to Nov. 13. Students will be able to browse and purchase books. The books will be on display in the elementary gym during the following days and times: Nov. 7, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m.; Nov. 8, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 7:15 to 8:45 p.m., during the high school production of "Murder on Center Stage"; and Nov. 11-13, II a.m. to 4 p.m. The book fair committee invites all students, parents, and visitors to attend the fair. The fair will encourage student interest in reading and building home libraries, and will also contribute to a worthwhile project. All profits will be used for library materials. The elementary library is sponsoring this with Margaret Gladbach serving as book fair chairperson. The commit- tee includes Debbie Gorrell, Mary Atkins, Judy Arner, Marian Walter, Doreen Lee and Dabble Van Meter. The book fair display will include attractive new books from many major imblishers in all popular price ranges. All reading interests will be represented, including classics, fiction, biographies, adventure stories, nature, science, crafts, mystery, and reference books. The committee is working with Educational Reading Service, a profes- sional book fair company, to furnish an individual selection of books for the fair. Developmental screening held Developmental screening for pre- schoolers in the Canton R-V school district was held Oct. 29. Nineteen children between the ages of one and four were screened in the areas of language development, vision, hearing, health and motor development. Staff members and volunteers participating in the screening included Nancy Waters, speech and language clinician and program director; Kae Parker, audiologist; Edith Giddens, Foster Grandparents volunteer and health and vision examiner; and Lore McLain and Beverly Budde, Culver- Stockton students and developmental examiners. Individual conferences were then held Oct. 31 and Nov. 5 with parents to give them a personal summary of their child's screening results, with sugges- tions on fostering learning in the home. The screening was part of the new pre-school program, "Parents As First Teachers," offered by the local school district. Another opportunity for early childhood screening is now being planned for those families that were not able to participate in the October screening. For more information concerning the preschool program, contact the elementary school office at 288-5216. McSpadden judges K.C. festival D. Larry McSpadden, associate at Gideon, and at Farmington, Me., professor, coordinator of music and High School before joining the C-SC director of choral activities at Culver- faculty in 1970. He is former Stockton College, served as adjudica- vice-president of the Missouri Music tar for the Suburban Kansas City Educators Association and was district Invitational Chamber Choir Festival chairman of the Association of Choral on Nov. 4. He also served as clinician Directors of America. for the Blue Springs vocal emembles In 1983, he received the college's for the day. Helsabeck Award for excellence in McSpadden earned degrees at teaching. The Culver-Stockton Concert Henderson State University in Arka- Choir has been invited to appear at the delphia, Ark., and from the University Missouri Educators Conference fie- of Missouri-Columbia. He has done quently under his direction. advanced study in music, including Presently, McSpadden is choir- sessions at Westminster Choir College master of St. John's Episcopal Church : in Princeton, N.J., and at the State in Quincy, and serves as adjudicator, University of New York (SUNY), clinician and director of festivals Totsdam: "  throughout the Midwest. : :" ,:: Tleserved as ter'of vocal music .... Dr. All attends AAFP meeting Zakiah All, M.D.,of LaGrange, is attending the Annual Scientific As- sembly of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) in Ana- helm. The meeting is being held Oct. 10-13. More than 4,000 family physicians from around the country are expected to attend this continuing medical education meeting. The LaGrange physician, who is a member of the Academy, will hear renowned speakers discuss up-to-the- minute health care topics. He-she will also have an opportunity to attend clinical seminars on 30 different topics "and visit more than 90 scientific and 245 technical exhibits. Subjects covered in this four-day scientific session are of immediated interest to family doctors both in their everyday practices and in their continual endeavors to keep abreast of the latest advances in medicine. This year, topics include cocaine abuse, medical ethics, concepts of pain, management of breast disease and health promotion. Wallace Quincy firm of Ewing recently staff of John Schlipmann He completed the :ion of Realtors course in Columbia and estate salesperson in m. a graduate of Northeast University with a B.S. t administration and an area in marketing and a farm background and resident of Lewis County. rural mail carrier having served 3 years Wallace resides with and their two children as to hold tin g in the Lewis County As Teachers Program) having their first group are the first group Nov. 14, Phase 7 Nov. 18, Phase 2 (6 Nov. 21, Phase 3 Nov. 22, Phase 4 Nov. 25, Phase fl (8-14 Nov. 26, Phase $ (1424 will include an program, a vide, ape from the series Years d Life", and diacuuioa with other the same age. in learning more and develop Meeting time is H.d mj School 1PUBLIC AUCTION Real estate, lumber, miscellaneous, at former Baptist Church in Durham, Me. Saturday, Nov. 9 ,A,,-- AT I p.m. Real Estate will be sold at 2 p.m. Durham Baptist Church, Owner FOR COMPLETE LISTING SEE ADVERTISENT IN LAST WEEK'S PAPER . 1 IN 3 FAMILIES WILL HAVE A HOSPITAL BILL THIS YEAR To meet today's costs of medical care, we have a major medical expenu policy for you and your family. Canton Ins. JOE Q /mWw00 Agent protection PHONE 314 288-5251 217-222-5154 Press-News Journal, Canton, M., Thursday, November 7, 1985, Page 3Q u Much of the construction of the new home for the Culver-Stockton College New president's home president has been completed. The house, located on Ninth Street in Canton at the base of the College Hill is expected to be ready for occupancy by January. Chief Ballard attends conference on safety belt usage, laws Chief Ken Ballad of the LaGrange Police Department, attended the Law Enforcement Conference on Safety Belt Usage, Laws and Policies, held Oct. 30-31 at the Lodge of the Four Seasons. The conference was sponsor- ed by the Missouri Department of Public Safety and the Division of Public Safety. It was in cooperation with the Missouri Police Chiefs Assoc., the Missouri Sheriffs Assoc., and the blissouri Safety Council. Over 240 police chiefs, sheriffs and members of the Highway Patrol attended the two-day conference, which addressed such issues as: the development of municipal seat belt ordinances, and failure to enact departmental safety belt policy. The conference featured speakers included the Missouri Attorney Gener- al, William Webster; tst Lt. Raymond Cotton of the Maryland State Police, and Col. Howard Hoffman of the Me. State Highway Patrol. While at the conference, Chief Ballard was given a ride on the "Convincer," a device constructed to simulate a collision of 3-5 miles per hour. The Missouri mandatory seat belt law became effective Sept. 28, and fines for violation of the law will be imposed after July 1, 1987. Houser completes officer training Cecil E. T. Houser, son of Roy W. J. Houser of Canton and L.J. Samuelson of Riverdale, Md., has been com- missioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, Tx. The 12-week course trained selected college graduates to apply communi- cative skills, professional knowledge, leadership and management in posi- tions of responsibility. Houser will now be assigned at Hanscom AFB, Mass. He is a 1985 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division At Monticello In the estate of Margaret McCune, deceased Estate No CV785-IF To all persons interested in the estate of Margaret McCune, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personal representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal-real property of the decedert and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distribu- tion of such property, in the Probate-. Division of the Circuit Cour7 of Lewis County, Missouri. on December , 1985, or as may be continued by the Court, and that any objections or exceptions to such final settlement or petition or any item thereof must be. in writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such final settlement. -S-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney 329 Lewis Street, Canton, Me. 63435 Tele. No. (314) 288-4461 William  Wash, Personal Representative 3000 Leeward Ave, Los Angeles, Calif., 9000. Tale. NO: (2t  .486-214} Ist Pub. Nov. 7 4t Beverages--- FROM THE FOUNTAIN New! TONY'S MICROWAVE PIZZA BEAN/BEEF BURRADA ROAST BEEF SANDWICH ....... 1.19 BERGMANS CIRCLE B BOLOGNA, 1.69 Buy 3 16 oz. - Get 1 FREE POTATO SALAD,'MACARONI SALAD & easy career for carry out or COLE SLAW.,  .89 $147 IO-PC. CHESTER FRIED CHICKEN.. 4.99 BUDWEISER ...... -.. =,, o =s8.99  Get a HOL 'N ONE DONUT COORS LIGHT.... .... , o. 2.49  FOR 10' when you buy MALT DUCK = n o, , ,, o, 1.99 a cup of coffee PABST .......... ,,= o =. 2.29 ................................. -,- CANTON AYERCO CANADIAN CLUB..... ,,too. = , 7.99 SUGRAMS V. 0 ....... . o 6.99 DeKUYPER , ? IqO0 PEACHTREE SCHNAPPS   4.69 BARTLES & JAMES COOLERS ,, n . 2 99 WINE ..... .,fez.. JT. 16 g ROUTE J 7 Day, o W**k 6:00 a..,,. - 12:0o ml,l.i,t Phone 288-3062 We rosente the fight 11@ limit quenfltJeL Prices Good. November 6 thru November 19, 1985 ENERAL NEWS R-V student book fair to be held Nov. 7-13 Otte joins Ins. lOtte has joined the Canton Agency, beginning Nov. 4. son of Bob and Mary Ann and is married to the Kelly. The couple are of Ashley, 14 rues., 7 yrs., and Brian, 8. a graduate of Canton R-V and was a member of the all falr years. He was of the Student Council his hl active in the Canton Fire Department and t and TEC movement in to laming the Canton Agency, Keith worked and of the Otte & Sons owner of Canton Agency, says he is quite have a local person join his "With Keith's background in area and knowledge of the the Canton, LaGrange, and areas, he certainly will to our agency," said the next 30 days, Otte will be insurance school and will be license exam shortly licensed in life, health, casualty insurance. The Canton R-V Elementary School will sponsor a student book fair from Nov. 7 to Nov. 13. Students will be able to browse and purchase books. The books will be on display in the elementary gym during the following days and times: Nov. 7, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m.; Nov. 8, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 7:15 to 8:45 p.m., during the high school production of "Murder on Center Stage"; and Nov. 11-13, II a.m. to 4 p.m. The book fair committee invites all students, parents, and visitors to attend the fair. The fair will encourage student interest in reading and building home libraries, and will also contribute to a worthwhile project. All profits will be used for library materials. The elementary library is sponsoring this with Margaret Gladbach serving as book fair chairperson. The commit- tee includes Debbie Gorrell, Mary Atkins, Judy Arner, Marian Walter, Doreen Lee and Dabble Van Meter. The book fair display will include attractive new books from many major imblishers in all popular price ranges. All reading interests will be represented, including classics, fiction, biographies, adventure stories, nature, science, crafts, mystery, and reference books. The committee is working with Educational Reading Service, a profes- sional book fair company, to furnish an individual selection of books for the fair. Developmental screening held Developmental screening for pre- schoolers in the Canton R-V school district was held Oct. 29. Nineteen children between the ages of one and four were screened in the areas of language development, vision, hearing, health and motor development. Staff members and volunteers participating in the screening included Nancy Waters, speech and language clinician and program director; Kae Parker, audiologist; Edith Giddens, Foster Grandparents volunteer and health and vision examiner; and Lore McLain and Beverly Budde, Culver- Stockton students and developmental examiners. Individual conferences were then held Oct. 31 and Nov. 5 with parents to give them a personal summary of their child's screening results, with sugges- tions on fostering learning in the home. The screening was part of the new pre-school program, "Parents As First Teachers," offered by the local school district. Another opportunity for early childhood screening is now being planned for those families that were not able to participate in the October screening. For more information concerning the preschool program, contact the elementary school office at 288-5216. McSpadden judges K.C. festival D. Larry McSpadden, associate at Gideon, and at Farmington, Me., professor, coordinator of music and High School before joining the C-SC director of choral activities at Culver- faculty in 1970. He is former Stockton College, served as adjudica- vice-president of the Missouri Music tar for the Suburban Kansas City Educators Association and was district Invitational Chamber Choir Festival chairman of the Association of Choral on Nov. 4. He also served as clinician Directors of America. for the Blue Springs vocal emembles In 1983, he received the college's for the day. Helsabeck Award for excellence in McSpadden earned degrees at teaching. The Culver-Stockton Concert Henderson State University in Arka- Choir has been invited to appear at the delphia, Ark., and from the University Missouri Educators Conference fie- of Missouri-Columbia. He has done quently under his direction. advanced study in music, including Presently, McSpadden is choir- sessions at Westminster Choir College master of St. John's Episcopal Church : in Princeton, N.J., and at the State in Quincy, and serves as adjudicator, University of New York (SUNY), clinician and director of festivals Totsdam: "  throughout the Midwest. : :" ,:: Tleserved as ter'of vocal music .... Dr. All attends AAFP meeting Zakiah All, M.D.,of LaGrange, is attending the Annual Scientific As- sembly of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) in Ana- helm. The meeting is being held Oct. 10-13. More than 4,000 family physicians from around the country are expected to attend this continuing medical education meeting. The LaGrange physician, who is a member of the Academy, will hear renowned speakers discuss up-to-the- minute health care topics. He-she will also have an opportunity to attend clinical seminars on 30 different topics "and visit more than 90 scientific and 245 technical exhibits. Subjects covered in this four-day scientific session are of immediated interest to family doctors both in their everyday practices and in their continual endeavors to keep abreast of the latest advances in medicine. This year, topics include cocaine abuse, medical ethics, concepts of pain, management of breast disease and health promotion. Wallace Quincy firm of Ewing recently staff of John Schlipmann He completed the :ion of Realtors course in Columbia and estate salesperson in m. a graduate of Northeast University with a B.S. t administration and an area in marketing and a farm background and resident of Lewis County. rural mail carrier having served 3 years Wallace resides with and their two children as to hold tin g in the Lewis County As Teachers Program) having their first group are the first group Nov. 14, Phase 7 Nov. 18, Phase 2 (6 Nov. 21, Phase 3 Nov. 22, Phase 4 Nov. 25, Phase fl (8-14 Nov. 26, Phase $ (1424 will include an program, a vide, ape from the series Years d Life", and diacuuioa with other the same age. in learning more and develop Meeting time is H.d mj School 1PUBLIC AUCTION Real estate, lumber, miscellaneous, at former Baptist Church in Durham, Me. Saturday, Nov. 9 ,A,,-- AT I p.m. Real Estate will be sold at 2 p.m. Durham Baptist Church, Owner FOR COMPLETE LISTING SEE ADVERTISENT IN LAST WEEK'S PAPER . 1 IN 3 FAMILIES WILL HAVE A HOSPITAL BILL THIS YEAR To meet today's costs of medical care, we have a major medical expenu policy for you and your family. Canton Ins. JOE Q /mWw00 Agent protection PHONE 314 288-5251 217-222-5154 Press-News Journal, Canton, M., Thursday, November 7, 1985, Page 3Q u Much of the construction of the new home for the Culver-Stockton College New president's home president has been completed. The house, located on Ninth Street in Canton at the base of the College Hill is expected to be ready for occupancy by January. Chief Ballard attends conference on safety belt usage, laws Chief Ken Ballad of the LaGrange Police Department, attended the Law Enforcement Conference on Safety Belt Usage, Laws and Policies, held Oct. 30-31 at the Lodge of the Four Seasons. The conference was sponsor- ed by the Missouri Department of Public Safety and the Division of Public Safety. It was in cooperation with the Missouri Police Chiefs Assoc., the Missouri Sheriffs Assoc., and the blissouri Safety Council. Over 240 police chiefs, sheriffs and members of the Highway Patrol attended the two-day conference, which addressed such issues as: the development of municipal seat belt ordinances, and failure to enact departmental safety belt policy. The conference featured speakers included the Missouri Attorney Gener- al, William Webster; tst Lt. Raymond Cotton of the Maryland State Police, and Col. Howard Hoffman of the Me. State Highway Patrol. While at the conference, Chief Ballard was given a ride on the "Convincer," a device constructed to simulate a collision of 3-5 miles per hour. The Missouri mandatory seat belt law became effective Sept. 28, and fines for violation of the law will be imposed after July 1, 1987. Houser completes officer training Cecil E. T. Houser, son of Roy W. J. Houser of Canton and L.J. Samuelson of Riverdale, Md., has been com- missioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, Tx. The 12-week course trained selected college graduates to apply communi- cative skills, professional knowledge, leadership and management in posi- tions of responsibility. Houser will now be assigned at Hanscom AFB, Mass. He is a 1985 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. Notice Of Filing Of Final Settlement And Petition For Distribution R.S.Mo. Jan. 1981 In The Circuit Court Of Lewis County, Missouri Probate Division At Monticello In the estate of Margaret McCune, deceased Estate No CV785-IF To all persons interested in the estate of Margaret McCune, deceased: You are hereby notified that the undersigned personal representative will file a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal-real property of the decedert and of the extent and character of their interest therein and for distribu- tion of such property, in the Probate-. Division of the Circuit Cour7 of Lewis County, Missouri. on December , 1985, or as may be continued by the Court, and that any objections or exceptions to such final settlement or petition or any item thereof must be. in writing and filed within twenty days after the filing of such final settlement. -S-Fred L. Westhoff, Attorney 329 Lewis Street, Canton, Me. 63435 Tele. No. (314) 288-4461 William  Wash, Personal Representative 3000 Leeward Ave, Los Angeles, Calif., 9000. Tale. NO: (2t  .486-214} Ist Pub. Nov. 7 4t Beverages--- FROM THE FOUNTAIN New! TONY'S MICROWAVE PIZZA BEAN/BEEF BURRADA ROAST BEEF SANDWICH ....... 1.19 BERGMANS CIRCLE B BOLOGNA, 1.69 Buy 3 16 oz. - Get 1 FREE POTATO SALAD,'MACARONI SALAD & easy career for carry out or COLE SLAW.,  .89 $147 IO-PC. CHESTER FRIED CHICKEN.. 4.99 BUDWEISER ...... -.. =,, o =s8.99  Get a HOL 'N ONE DONUT COORS LIGHT.... .... , o. 2.49  FOR 10' when you buy MALT DUCK = n o, , ,, o, 1.99 a cup of coffee PABST .......... ,,= o =. 2.29 ................................. -,- CANTON AYERCO CANADIAN CLUB..... ,,too. = , 7.99 SUGRAMS V. 0 ....... . o 6.99 DeKUYPER , ? IqO0 PEACHTREE SCHNAPPS   4.69 BARTLES & JAMES COOLERS ,, n . 2 99 WINE ..... .,fez.. JT. 16 g ROUTE J 7 Day, o W**k 6:00 a..,,. - 12:0o ml,l.i,t Phone 288-3062 We rosente the fight 11@ limit quenfltJeL Prices Good. November 6 thru November 19, 1985