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N EIGH BORHOOD I',1 EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985 J Williamstown rni00 minnie Selway Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Brennan spent part of last week in Columbia to be near their daughter, Conni, who had major surgery at the University Hospital Thursday. Miss Mable Walker was a Thursday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nichols. The latter was celebrating her birthday. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilke were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sparrow and son, Jack, of Lewistown. Evening guests were their daughter, Mrs. Baker and baby of LaBelle. Mrs. Mable Briscoe spent Sunday with her son, Norman and wife. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Briscoe and baby of Memphis. Mrs. Ada LaVelle was a Sunday dinner guest of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn Fishback. Mrs. Jack Spear of Savannah spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Michaleen Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Baring spent Monday to Wednesday with Mrs. Erma Marsot and Margee. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Scott and family spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Etta Bell Scott. C. L. Legg spent the weekend at the Quincy College where he attended TEC for teenagers. Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Legg of LaGrange spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg. Lee Lemmon and mother, Mrs. Letha Lemmon, were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edlin near Kahoka. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson of Palmyra were Lee Lemmon and family, Mrs. Letha Lemmon and Ewing Scott Dehner IIII Clear $ " ,840 In fire department benefit day The Ewing R-4 Fire and Rescue Dept. held its pancake and sausage day Saturday. Approximately $840 was cleared for the fire department. According to Fire Chief Lea Edmon- ston the proceeds will go towards the pro'chase of a used 1985 Chevrolet 2-ton truck which will carry the depart- meat's 2,000 gallon water tank. The newer truck will replace the current Varied items discussed by Co--- " Hnnlssloners A number of items were discussed in October by the s County Board of Commisioners. At the Oct. 21 meeting, Don Grimwood reported dumping on a road' was still a problem, except now the dumping is further down the road. The problem was referred to Prosecuting Attorney Fred Westhoff. of car Parking on a road in the Benjamin area was referred to Sheriff Robert Whitmer. The Commission disctmmst expand- ing patch rock from revenue sharing money, but apparently took no action on it. Bud Gamin and Russell Shultz inquired about bridges. On Oct. 17, The Commission heard a report from Chuck King of MICO Engineers on a contract for bridge rating and posting for 35 bridges. After some changes, the contract was signed. Jim Cordray of MIT discussed machinery with the Commission. Charles Little discussed progress with the Williamstown park and the need for financial assistance. Larry Penn discussed with the commission about a parked vehicle blocking a road. Randy Sharpe discussed insur- ance on the Kling Building and whether to rock or sap a road in front of his house. The Commission agreed at an earlier meeting to put money from a certificate of deposit due OCt. 10 into a Money Market account at Lewistown State Bank. June Legg, J. W. Van Meter, and Brown talked with the commission about rock on various roads. Commissioner Harlie Spratt was appointed employee representa- tive at a LAGERS meeting in November. The CommissiOn agreed to hire Christa Whtmer as courthouse janitor until June Hinz recovers from a hospital visit. Commissioner Dennis Ila I.emmon of Canton. They were celebrating the latter's birthday. Miss Freida Greggs spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Alverta Harper and family near Kahoka. The former moved to Kirksville Monday from the senior housing. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson returned home Friday from Quincy where the former was a surgical patient in Blessing Hospital the past few weeks. Mrs. Hazel Legg and Mrs. Mable Briscoe were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell, who are in poor health at LaBelle Manor. Mrs. Legg also visited Hazel B. Legg last week who moved from the nursing home to the senior housing in Kahoka. Callers of Mrs. Velma Doran Thursday evening were Tonnie Alex- ander and son of Kahoka and Rohby Doran. George Phillips, Brainard Hamilton and Alvin Mitts drove to Swan Lake at Sumner sightseeing Saturday. Mrs. Clara Gregg was moved last week from Blessing Hospital to the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton. Her daughter, Freida, visited her Saturday. Durward Speer was a Sunday dinner guest in the Paul Bevans home. He and Mrs. Bevans were afternoon callers in the Luther Brown, John Foster and Minnie Selway homes. Rev. Ted Davis was a Monday caller of Mrs. Michaleen Joy and Minnie Selway. Mrs. Ona St. Clair attended a St. Clair reunion at the Sever Library in Kahoka Sunda'y, Mrs. Brenda Shaw and children of Canton spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lola Coons. Mrs. Thomas Nichols and Mrs. Freida Bevans vsited the former's son, Gary Nichols and family at Hurdland Monday. Mrs. William Desvaux visited her mother, Mrs. Viola Spurgeon, Monday at the Lewis County Nursing Home. Bill Doran and Kaye of Monticello were Monday callers of his mother, Mrs. Velma Doran. tanker truck. Winners of last week's pitch tournament were Shorty Brown and Maxine Klocke, 1st; J. P. Willows and Thelma Ball, 2nd; and Lucille Brown and Ed Klocke, 3rd. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dehner were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dehner and Branden of New London" and Mr. and Mrs. Rndger Mock of Cedar Rapids. Other guests for supper Satin-day were  Mr. and Mrs. Don DehneL; Of Hannibal, Bill Dchner of Canton and Mrs. Henrietta Dehner. Other guests for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace, Robbie and Michelle and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willows. Mrs. Wilma Hadfield and Mrs. Frances Olson are expected to be hack home sometime this week after both having surgery at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. The First Baptist Church Junior Choir has begun work on their Christmas cantata. They will practice every Wednesday afternoon. McCutchan verified this with Hinz at a personal visit at the hospital. Patrick Poepping, an engineer and land surveyor for Poepping, Stone, Bach and Associates, Inc., of Quincy, and Keokuk asked to be considered in future projects. Monticello mrs. Nancy Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Brian Munzlinger and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge Friday afternoon. Mrs. Grace Florea of Knox City came Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and Beth called on Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCutchan Friday evening. Ronald Krueger, a student at Mo. U.-Columbia, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger. Mrs. Nora Van Os has recently returned from Fort Knox, Ky., where she attended graduation exercises for her son, PFC Steve Yates, from basic armor training. After a short leave he will return to Fort Knox where he has been assigned as a tank commander. He will be an instructor for 17 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg attended the Lewistown Christian Church dinner Saturday. Miss Ruby Brinkley of Florida, who has spent the summer here with relatives, fell in the yard at the home of her sister, Mrs. Inez Peek, Thursday afternoon and broke her hip. She was taken by ambulance to Blessing Hospital in Quincy where her condition is reported satisfactory.,. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe of LaB.;le called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester SliCe Friday evening. Mrs. Ray Johnson of Forest Park and daughter, Mrs. Ron Shankland and Tyffini of Little Rock, Ark., spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger. Other evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schrader and Mrs. Kathleen Green of Quincy, Mrs. Laura Bradshaw of LaGrange and Randy Johnson and Roger Krueger, students at Mo. U.-Columbia. Mrs. Ona Brickey of Lone Jack arrived for a visit Monday to see her twin sister, Mrs. Nona Van Os, and husband, Charles. Von Geisendorfer of H'avanna spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and family. Mrs. Chester Stice and Mrs. Grace Florea Visited in the Kenneth 'St home at Lewistown Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens and daughter of St. Charles, who were spending the weekend with relatives. Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger, Mrs. Brian Munzlinger and son and Mrs. Pearl Franks of Canton attended the craft show in Hannibal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Munzlinger and son spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family at Lake St. Louis. PFC and Mrs. Steve Yates and Brittney were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Os Friday. Mrs. Hazel McAfee and Miss Maxine Walker of Lewistown visited Mrs. Howard Legg Friday afternoon. Mrs. Craig Hinton and sons of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton recently. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer took E. O. Geisendorfer to Quincy for a check up Friday. His doctor entered him in Blessing Hospital as a patient. Members of his family are making -A--U-C--T-I-O-N-- MILLERS TRADING POST I BLOCK OFF NO. 6. DURHAM, MO. PHONE 470-3301 or 497-2657 NOV. 8 at 6 P.M. Furniture, Refrlgeror . Upright Deepfreezer . Gas Stoves . Dishes . & Much more ASSIGNMENTS: ANYTHING OF VALUE WALLACE & BOOTH AUCTION SERVICE ,,,,m , ii i i ii are. coming,00o Nov. 29 Beauhful decorated live.wreaths and evergreen roping Tree Disposal Bags Sl.69 FOR GIFT GIVING )THE POPULAR WlNDSOCK FOR BOATS, DECKS OR PATIOS0000 BIX'$ HANDIPPED AND CARVED CANDLES FOR BIRD LOVERS 50 LB. SUNFLOWER tEED AND NIGER (THIsTLE) tEED s!2.9 5 ( Bixler's Greens & Things . 60S MADISON CANTON, MO. 6.1435 dailytrips to see him. Mr."d Mrs. Russell Bowls spent Sunday a,rnoon with Mrs, Freda Bevans at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prather of Knox City called on Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg and Miss Janice Legg of Kirksville attended visitation for Richard Trower at the Smith Funeral Home in Hannibal Wednesday evening. Janice remained overnight with her parents and all attended funeral services Friday morning at the Holy Family Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice and grandson of LaGrange were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Milch Krueger, a student at NMSU-Kirksville, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Krueger. Mrs. Gilbert Humphrey called on Mrs. Melvin Rutledge Saturday eve ning. Rev. George Pratt was released from Blessing Hospital in Quincy Monday where he had been a patient for a week. Mrs. Nancy Breeding attended the statewide 20th anniversary observance of the Foster Grandparent Program at Jefferson City Nov. I. Twenty-one members from Lewis County were in attendance. Durham mary K. Clickner Mrs. Helen Jennings, Freda Wise- man and Elizabeth Shults took Mrs. Grace Booth of Beth Haven Nursing Home of Hannibal out to dinner Monday. All visited in the home of Martha Purvis. David Jones of Illinois State, Normal, Janice Carter and Sarah Carter visited Saturday with Mrs. Catherine Spratt. Laverne Spratt also called on Mrs. Spratt. Joe Baskett of Columbia spent the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lasswell i.n Canton Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinton called on Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bryant in Alexandria Sunday afternoon. Greg Lay of Hannibal spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay. Mrs. Earl Veatch and Mrs. Wallace Veatch attended the Lewistown Chris- tian Church dinner Saturday. Chester Stice spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe at LaBelle. weekend with his Baskett. Mr. and Mrs. family and Mrs. Sunday with Bessie Kahoka. They also called em sister, Jessie Huford. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie attended a birthday Jim Keller. Mr. and Mrs. birthday dinner Sunday for Those present were Mr. Scott and family, Mr. Scott and family, Mrs. and Ronnie Scott. Amanda Cramer with Mr. and Mrs. Dick family. Mrs. Catherine Darrell Chillion a Festival in Hannibal Sunday Miss Susan Silverthorn Beach, Fla., is spending a Mr. and Mrs. Ron johoso Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson and Joey nner in Hull and Folklife Festival in David Wood of Bolivar spent the weekend with Bro. Charles.Wood and Mrs. Mary Lee Spratt patient in Blessing PUBLIC AUCTIO As I have sold my fiome in Canton and will be noving to Florida, I will sell the described personal property at 315 15th Street in Canton, Mo., on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1985 11 a.m. Household Items Solid cherry, fruitwood finish, drop leaf dining table and 6 matching chairs (2 straight, all cane backed and upholstered seats) including 3 extra leaves and table lace table cloths; Italian cut linen table cloth and 8 napkins; long linen table cloth napkins; linen luncheon set; matching set solid cherry w- inlaid Formica tops coffee tables, 2 end tables and 1 round table; solid cherry bedroom suite including bed, dressing table w-oval mirror, matching vanity lamps, vanity seat, night chest of drawers; painted wood bedroom suite including double bed, chest of drawers, w-mirror and vanity seat; chest of drawers; electric blanket; wool blanket; Indian 2 quilts; floral bedspread; pillows; electric heating pad; bath towels; wash cloths; set; Victorian wall mirror; several small tables; 2 matching upholstered chairs; st. chairs; light beige love seat; Flexsteel Naugahyde recliner; Flexsteel upholstered sleep sofa w-vinyl cover; aluminum patio glider; 2 Springsteel patio chairs w-1 piece back and seat; aluminum lawn rocker; 2 aluminum lawn chairs; round card matching chairs; 2 card tables and folding chairs; aluminum frame cot; wood dinette w-4 matching chairs; Frigidaire refrigerator; Frigidaire upright freezer; electric roaster; electric hot plate; 30 cup .coffee maker; Mr. Coffee maker; electric opener; toaster; Presto cooker; electric skillet; blender; waffle iron; floor polisher; sweeper; Electrolux vacuum sweeper w-attachments; 2 matching shaded table several odd shaded table lamps; Hamilton Beach electric carving knife; ice coolers; large picnic basket; selection of miscellaneous kitchen utensils; scrub bucket, and brooms; quantity of Tupperware; complete service for 8 Ironstone china; st tableware; GE electric steam iron; ironing board; plus a large quantity of small itemS" Antiques and Collectibles Mexican silver ashtray; amethyst glassware; milk glass; 5 small porcelain saucers; 6 salt cellars; 5 patterned sherbet glasses w-matching plates; 6 Caprice low goblets; Roseville pitcher; wood carver's glass knife holder; old Imperial pocket knife Kamp King pocket knife; Marine brass handle pen knife; handmade hunting knife; Scottish commemorative sword; 1 Boliva, 2 Hamilton wrist watches; candle sticks; stone jar; Fraumfelter tea pot; Caprice pattern blue glass fruit bowl; quantity of glasses; several pieces old pottery; hand painted chocolate set; 2 floral German bowls; 8 Fostoria goblets. Specbl 30 in. x 54 in. solid oak track roll top desk in excellent condition; Boudoir chair; good, 1 2 1887 and 1 1916 Lewis County atlas. Surveyor, Draftsman, Woodworkers, Hand & Miscellaneous Tools Craftsman 10 in. radial saw; Craftsman drill press; Craftsman lathe w-48 in. bed; w-router blades, all are mounted on good stands; Craftsman bandsaw w-V4 hp Sabre saw; hammers; saws; punches; chisels; levels; squares; quantity of C clampS; box; rasp; mallets; assorted tin snips; rachel screw driver; several screw driver planes; allen wrenches; pipe vice and cutter; magnet; crescent wrenches; wrenches; pipe wrenches; boxed end wrenches; 2 small socket sets; Craftsman wet shop vac; 2 sets saw horses; several wood and metal utility cabinets; assortment of poles; 50 ft. steel tape; 50 ft. steel tape in reel; 100 ft. steel tape; 100 ft. steel tape in 100-ft. cloth tapes; 2 100-ft. metalic cloth refill tapes; 2 Machette surveyor's pal; sets 4, 6, 8 and 12 in. 30 to 60 degree; 8 in. 45 to 90 degree; French curves; half & full; electric eraser; 6 drawing pencils & leads; 2 pocket scales; curve ruler; of scale rulers; Jupiter compass; lettering set; 2 slide rules; ink & cleaning fluid; templates; lettering guides; magnetic dipping needles; 2 hole paper punch; pencil right angle prism; Brunton compass & Jacob's staff; new wood drawing pencils; new color pencils; nearly new wheel barrow; 20 ft. aluminum extension ladder; camera; tripod; viewing screen for slides or home movies; fishing rods and reels; rain humidifier; dehumidifier; 19" Lawn BOy push mower, excellent; plus many other i tems. ; Terms: Cash Mrs. James W. McRoberts, Owner Neither the seller or the selling agents shall be responsible for accidents to property. The buyer shall be responsible for all items when sold. No items shall be from the sale site until prover settlement has been made with the cashier. Auctioneers: Clerks & Cash Lee Nelson, 288-3111, Canton RAIN DATE  Nelson & Sam Plant, 497-2688, Lewistown TUES., NOV. 19 Au:tion SerV N EIGH BORHOOD I',1 EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985 J Williamstown rni00 minnie Selway Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Brennan spent part of last week in Columbia to be near their daughter, Conni, who had major surgery at the University Hospital Thursday. Miss Mable Walker was a Thursday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nichols. The latter was celebrating her birthday. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilke were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sparrow and son, Jack, of Lewistown. Evening guests were their daughter, Mrs. Baker and baby of LaBelle. Mrs. Mable Briscoe spent Sunday with her son, Norman and wife. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Briscoe and baby of Memphis. Mrs. Ada LaVelle was a Sunday dinner guest of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn Fishback. Mrs. Jack Spear of Savannah spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Michaleen Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Baring spent Monday to Wednesday with Mrs. Erma Marsot and Margee. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Scott and family spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Etta Bell Scott. C. L. Legg spent the weekend at the Quincy College where he attended TEC for teenagers. Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Legg of LaGrange spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg. Lee Lemmon and mother, Mrs. Letha Lemmon, were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edlin near Kahoka. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson of Palmyra were Lee Lemmon and family, Mrs. Letha Lemmon and Ewing Scott Dehner IIII Clear $ " ,840 In fire department benefit day The Ewing R-4 Fire and Rescue Dept. held its pancake and sausage day Saturday. Approximately $840 was cleared for the fire department. According to Fire Chief Lea Edmon- ston the proceeds will go towards the pro'chase of a used 1985 Chevrolet 2-ton truck which will carry the depart- meat's 2,000 gallon water tank. The newer truck will replace the current Varied items discussed by Co--- " Hnnlssloners A number of items were discussed in October by the s County Board of Commisioners. At the Oct. 21 meeting, Don Grimwood reported dumping on a road' was still a problem, except now the dumping is further down the road. The problem was referred to Prosecuting Attorney Fred Westhoff. of car Parking on a road in the Benjamin area was referred to Sheriff Robert Whitmer. The Commission disctmmst expand- ing patch rock from revenue sharing money, but apparently took no action on it. Bud Gamin and Russell Shultz inquired about bridges. On Oct. 17, The Commission heard a report from Chuck King of MICO Engineers on a contract for bridge rating and posting for 35 bridges. After some changes, the contract was signed. Jim Cordray of MIT discussed machinery with the Commission. Charles Little discussed progress with the Williamstown park and the need for financial assistance. Larry Penn discussed with the commission about a parked vehicle blocking a road. Randy Sharpe discussed insur- ance on the Kling Building and whether to rock or sap a road in front of his house. The Commission agreed at an earlier meeting to put money from a certificate of deposit due OCt. 10 into a Money Market account at Lewistown State Bank. June Legg, J. W. Van Meter, and Brown talked with the commission about rock on various roads. Commissioner Harlie Spratt was appointed employee representa- tive at a LAGERS meeting in November. The CommissiOn agreed to hire Christa Whtmer as courthouse janitor until June Hinz recovers from a hospital visit. Commissioner Dennis Ila I.emmon of Canton. They were celebrating the latter's birthday. Miss Freida Greggs spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Alverta Harper and family near Kahoka. The former moved to Kirksville Monday from the senior housing. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson returned home Friday from Quincy where the former was a surgical patient in Blessing Hospital the past few weeks. Mrs. Hazel Legg and Mrs. Mable Briscoe were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell, who are in poor health at LaBelle Manor. Mrs. Legg also visited Hazel B. Legg last week who moved from the nursing home to the senior housing in Kahoka. Callers of Mrs. Velma Doran Thursday evening were Tonnie Alex- ander and son of Kahoka and Rohby Doran. George Phillips, Brainard Hamilton and Alvin Mitts drove to Swan Lake at Sumner sightseeing Saturday. Mrs. Clara Gregg was moved last week from Blessing Hospital to the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton. Her daughter, Freida, visited her Saturday. Durward Speer was a Sunday dinner guest in the Paul Bevans home. He and Mrs. Bevans were afternoon callers in the Luther Brown, John Foster and Minnie Selway homes. Rev. Ted Davis was a Monday caller of Mrs. Michaleen Joy and Minnie Selway. Mrs. Ona St. Clair attended a St. Clair reunion at the Sever Library in Kahoka Sunda'y, Mrs. Brenda Shaw and children of Canton spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lola Coons. Mrs. Thomas Nichols and Mrs. Freida Bevans vsited the former's son, Gary Nichols and family at Hurdland Monday. Mrs. William Desvaux visited her mother, Mrs. Viola Spurgeon, Monday at the Lewis County Nursing Home. Bill Doran and Kaye of Monticello were Monday callers of his mother, Mrs. Velma Doran. tanker truck. Winners of last week's pitch tournament were Shorty Brown and Maxine Klocke, 1st; J. P. Willows and Thelma Ball, 2nd; and Lucille Brown and Ed Klocke, 3rd. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dehner were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dehner and Branden of New London" and Mr. and Mrs. Rndger Mock of Cedar Rapids. Other guests for supper Satin-day were  Mr. and Mrs. Don DehneL; Of Hannibal, Bill Dchner of Canton and Mrs. Henrietta Dehner. Other guests for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace, Robbie and Michelle and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willows. Mrs. Wilma Hadfield and Mrs. Frances Olson are expected to be hack home sometime this week after both having surgery at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. The First Baptist Church Junior Choir has begun work on their Christmas cantata. They will practice every Wednesday afternoon. McCutchan verified this with Hinz at a personal visit at the hospital. Patrick Poepping, an engineer and land surveyor for Poepping, Stone, Bach and Associates, Inc., of Quincy, and Keokuk asked to be considered in future projects. Monticello mrs. Nancy Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Brian Munzlinger and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge Friday afternoon. Mrs. Grace Florea of Knox City came Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and Beth called on Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCutchan Friday evening. Ronald Krueger, a student at Mo. U.-Columbia, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger. Mrs. Nora Van Os has recently returned from Fort Knox, Ky., where she attended graduation exercises for her son, PFC Steve Yates, from basic armor training. After a short leave he will return to Fort Knox where he has been assigned as a tank commander. He will be an instructor for 17 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg attended the Lewistown Christian Church dinner Saturday. Miss Ruby Brinkley of Florida, who has spent the summer here with relatives, fell in the yard at the home of her sister, Mrs. Inez Peek, Thursday afternoon and broke her hip. She was taken by ambulance to Blessing Hospital in Quincy where her condition is reported satisfactory.,. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe of LaB.;le called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester SliCe Friday evening. Mrs. Ray Johnson of Forest Park and daughter, Mrs. Ron Shankland and Tyffini of Little Rock, Ark., spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krueger. Other evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schrader and Mrs. Kathleen Green of Quincy, Mrs. Laura Bradshaw of LaGrange and Randy Johnson and Roger Krueger, students at Mo. U.-Columbia. Mrs. Ona Brickey of Lone Jack arrived for a visit Monday to see her twin sister, Mrs. Nona Van Os, and husband, Charles. Von Geisendorfer of H'avanna spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Geisendorfer and family. Mrs. Chester Stice and Mrs. Grace Florea Visited in the Kenneth 'St home at Lewistown Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens and daughter of St. Charles, who were spending the weekend with relatives. Mrs. Elmer Munzlinger, Mrs. Brian Munzlinger and son and Mrs. Pearl Franks of Canton attended the craft show in Hannibal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Munzlinger and son spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houghton and family at Lake St. Louis. PFC and Mrs. Steve Yates and Brittney were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Os Friday. Mrs. Hazel McAfee and Miss Maxine Walker of Lewistown visited Mrs. Howard Legg Friday afternoon. Mrs. Craig Hinton and sons of Canton called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hinton recently. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Geisendorfer took E. O. Geisendorfer to Quincy for a check up Friday. His doctor entered him in Blessing Hospital as a patient. Members of his family are making -A--U-C--T-I-O-N-- MILLERS TRADING POST I BLOCK OFF NO. 6. DURHAM, MO. PHONE 470-3301 or 497-2657 NOV. 8 at 6 P.M. Furniture, Refrlgeror . Upright Deepfreezer . Gas Stoves . Dishes . & Much more ASSIGNMENTS: ANYTHING OF VALUE WALLACE & BOOTH AUCTION SERVICE ,,,,m , ii i i ii are. coming,00o Nov. 29 Beauhful decorated live.wreaths and evergreen roping Tree Disposal Bags Sl.69 FOR GIFT GIVING )THE POPULAR WlNDSOCK FOR BOATS, DECKS OR PATIOS0000 BIX'$ HANDIPPED AND CARVED CANDLES FOR BIRD LOVERS 50 LB. SUNFLOWER tEED AND NIGER (THIsTLE) tEED s!2.9 5 ( Bixler's Greens & Things . 60S MADISON CANTON, MO. 6.1435 dailytrips to see him. Mr."d Mrs. Russell Bowls spent Sunday a,rnoon with Mrs, Freda Bevans at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prather of Knox City called on Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hinton and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boltz and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg and Miss Janice Legg of Kirksville attended visitation for Richard Trower at the Smith Funeral Home in Hannibal Wednesday evening. Janice remained overnight with her parents and all attended funeral services Friday morning at the Holy Family Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stice and grandson of LaGrange were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stice. Milch Krueger, a student at NMSU-Kirksville, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Krueger. Mrs. Gilbert Humphrey called on Mrs. Melvin Rutledge Saturday eve ning. Rev. George Pratt was released from Blessing Hospital in Quincy Monday where he had been a patient for a week. Mrs. Nancy Breeding attended the statewide 20th anniversary observance of the Foster Grandparent Program at Jefferson City Nov. I. Twenty-one members from Lewis County were in attendance. Durham mary K. Clickner Mrs. Helen Jennings, Freda Wise- man and Elizabeth Shults took Mrs. Grace Booth of Beth Haven Nursing Home of Hannibal out to dinner Monday. All visited in the home of Martha Purvis. David Jones of Illinois State, Normal, Janice Carter and Sarah Carter visited Saturday with Mrs. Catherine Spratt. Laverne Spratt also called on Mrs. Spratt. Joe Baskett of Columbia spent the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Legg visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lasswell i.n Canton Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinton called on Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bryant in Alexandria Sunday afternoon. Greg Lay of Hannibal spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lay. Mrs. Earl Veatch and Mrs. Wallace Veatch attended the Lewistown Chris- tian Church dinner Saturday. Chester Stice spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe at LaBelle. weekend with his Baskett. Mr. and Mrs. family and Mrs. Sunday with Bessie Kahoka. They also called em sister, Jessie Huford. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie attended a birthday Jim Keller. Mr. and Mrs. birthday dinner Sunday for Those present were Mr. Scott and family, Mr. Scott and family, Mrs. and Ronnie Scott. Amanda Cramer with Mr. and Mrs. Dick family. Mrs. Catherine Darrell Chillion a Festival in Hannibal Sunday Miss Susan Silverthorn Beach, Fla., is spending a Mr. and Mrs. Ron johoso Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson and Joey nner in Hull and Folklife Festival in David Wood of Bolivar spent the weekend with Bro. Charles.Wood and Mrs. Mary Lee Spratt patient in Blessing PUBLIC AUCTIO As I have sold my fiome in Canton and will be noving to Florida, I will sell the described personal property at 315 15th Street in Canton, Mo., on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1985 11 a.m. Household Items Solid cherry, fruitwood finish, drop leaf dining table and 6 matching chairs (2 straight, all cane backed and upholstered seats) including 3 extra leaves and table lace table cloths; Italian cut linen table cloth and 8 napkins; long linen table cloth napkins; linen luncheon set; matching set solid cherry w- inlaid Formica tops coffee tables, 2 end tables and 1 round table; solid cherry bedroom suite including bed, dressing table w-oval mirror, matching vanity lamps, vanity seat, night chest of drawers; painted wood bedroom suite including double bed, chest of drawers, w-mirror and vanity seat; chest of drawers; electric blanket; wool blanket; Indian 2 quilts; floral bedspread; pillows; electric heating pad; bath towels; wash cloths; set; Victorian wall mirror; several small tables; 2 matching upholstered chairs; st. chairs; light beige love seat; Flexsteel Naugahyde recliner; Flexsteel upholstered sleep sofa w-vinyl cover; aluminum patio glider; 2 Springsteel patio chairs w-1 piece back and seat; aluminum lawn rocker; 2 aluminum lawn chairs; round card matching chairs; 2 card tables and folding chairs; aluminum frame cot; wood dinette w-4 matching chairs; Frigidaire refrigerator; Frigidaire upright freezer; electric roaster; electric hot plate; 30 cup .coffee maker; Mr. Coffee maker; electric opener; toaster; Presto cooker; electric skillet; blender; waffle iron; floor polisher; sweeper; Electrolux vacuum sweeper w-attachments; 2 matching shaded table several odd shaded table lamps; Hamilton Beach electric carving knife; ice coolers; large picnic basket; selection of miscellaneous kitchen utensils; scrub bucket, and brooms; quantity of Tupperware; complete service for 8 Ironstone china; st tableware; GE electric steam iron; ironing board; plus a large quantity of small itemS" Antiques and Collectibles Mexican silver ashtray; amethyst glassware; milk glass; 5 small porcelain saucers; 6 salt cellars; 5 patterned sherbet glasses w-matching plates; 6 Caprice low goblets; Roseville pitcher; wood carver's glass knife holder; old Imperial pocket knife Kamp King pocket knife; Marine brass handle pen knife; handmade hunting knife; Scottish commemorative sword; 1 Boliva, 2 Hamilton wrist watches; candle sticks; stone jar; Fraumfelter tea pot; Caprice pattern blue glass fruit bowl; quantity of glasses; several pieces old pottery; hand painted chocolate set; 2 floral German bowls; 8 Fostoria goblets. Specbl 30 in. x 54 in. solid oak track roll top desk in excellent condition; Boudoir chair; good, 1 2 1887 and 1 1916 Lewis County atlas. Surveyor, Draftsman, Woodworkers, Hand & Miscellaneous Tools Craftsman 10 in. radial saw; Craftsman drill press; Craftsman lathe w-48 in. bed; w-router blades, all are mounted on good stands; Craftsman bandsaw w-V4 hp Sabre saw; hammers; saws; punches; chisels; levels; squares; quantity of C clampS; box; rasp; mallets; assorted tin snips; rachel screw driver; several screw driver planes; allen wrenches; pipe vice and cutter; magnet; crescent wrenches; wrenches; pipe wrenches; boxed end wrenches; 2 small socket sets; Craftsman wet shop vac; 2 sets saw horses; several wood and metal utility cabinets; assortment of poles; 50 ft. steel tape; 50 ft. steel tape in reel; 100 ft. steel tape; 100 ft. steel tape in 100-ft. cloth tapes; 2 100-ft. metalic cloth refill tapes; 2 Machette surveyor's pal; sets 4, 6, 8 and 12 in. 30 to 60 degree; 8 in. 45 to 90 degree; French curves; half & full; electric eraser; 6 drawing pencils & leads; 2 pocket scales; curve ruler; of scale rulers; Jupiter compass; lettering set; 2 slide rules; ink & cleaning fluid; templates; lettering guides; magnetic dipping needles; 2 hole paper punch; pencil right angle prism; Brunton compass & Jacob's staff; new wood drawing pencils; new color pencils; nearly new wheel barrow; 20 ft. aluminum extension ladder; camera; tripod; viewing screen for slides or home movies; fishing rods and reels; rain humidifier; dehumidifier; 19" Lawn BOy push mower, excellent; plus many other i tems. ; Terms: Cash Mrs. James W. McRoberts, Owner Neither the seller or the selling agents shall be responsible for accidents to property. The buyer shall be responsible for all items when sold. No items shall be from the sale site until prover settlement has been made with the cashier. Auctioneers: Clerks & Cash Lee Nelson, 288-3111, Canton RAIN DATE  Nelson & Sam Plant, 497-2688, Lewistown TUES., NOV. 19 Au:tion SerV