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i NI R SCEr,IE Press.NewsJournai, Canton, Mo.,Thursday, November 7,1985, PageSO CO. Area Foster Grandparents attended celebration of 20th anniversary of program at Capitol led ea Foster Grandparents from all over Student Center of Lincoln'University. tion in Washington, D. C., in from Monticello, Nancy Breeding; it the state of Missouri gathered in Guest speakers were Mo. Rep. Bob mid-October was introduced to the from Ewing, Isabell Brown, Bernice Asdie o welcome Ads Downs and Clara Griggs from Jefferson City, Friday, Nov. I, to Ha]den of Springfield; Paulette Stan- group. Mrs. Tiffany was honored to be Hadfield, Wilhmiena Marquette; from celebrate the 20th anniversary of the defer, Regional Director, ACTION, of a luncheon guest of Nancy Reagan Durham, Edith White; from Maywood, -'--+.,.z"_ as new residents, founding of the Foster Grandparent Dallas, Tex.; and Jack Kenyon, wh/le/n Washington. Mary Johnson, Elsie Rathbun; from has returned from the Program. National Foster Grandparent Program The local program boasted the LaBelle, Hazel Carper; from Knox ,foridW,o.rning the residents The festivities began m the Rotunda Chief, ACTION, of Washington, D.C. highest percentage of Foster Grand- City, Dulcie Davis. Janis VanMeter, '.ie the activity room for of the Capitol building at 1 p.m. with Entertainment was provided by the parents in attendance in Jefferson City Foster Grandparent Director, coordin- u. Elsie Brinkley was here featured speakers Ann Kutscher, Lincoln University Dance Troupe; with 50 percent attending. Those who ated the trip and drove one of the Capitol Liaison to U.S. Rep. Ike Mary Marshall, Senior Center Maria- made the trip were: from Canton, Alta vans.  and rhythm band. After Skelton; Lloyd Conley, Director, ger, Marshall, Mo.; and a Sing-a-long Bell, Alma Cahill, Edith Giddins, The entire event was planned by V__"t $1[m'taaWilliSpumpkinbrOughtcontest.her Cub Missouri Divison of Aging; and by Jack Kenyon. Emma Harrison, Mac Knight, Mar- Alice Jones, Foster Grandparent " Lilts were served. PatriciaMissouri.Columbia.Morrow, Ph.D., University of Foster Grandparent Freda Tiffany of garet Lewis, Grace Pleasant; from Director, of Higginsville, as chairman, ,it dlll n Baptist Church held Springfield, who was Missouri's LaGrange, Beneva Bowman, Ruth and Directors of the other six Foster d tt tll'luesday morning. Bible In the evening, Foster Grandparents representative to the National Celebra- Miner, Nina Painter, Viola Tracy; Grandparent Programs of Missouri as layted that afternoon, were honored at a banauet in the L , committee. _-L.'d IW" was the morning activity "" T,,MI, dining room. The STONE HAVEN Farmer's Meyers honored -aisslargenwthatfur F lie lea pro ide sWoittd for playing. A Bible EWS I a n yes can v by R also delivered We(In.- N Journo Shaldee Co. .=+o w. + ic fo gardens eYtt..(ingrm" This wasa very exciting week with Keith WilkeLi organ matter r Bob and Betty Meyer of Canton have lay morning the Canton all the little goblins, witches, etc. In visited the residents and spite of the wet night a lot of them " , ,, Once the brilliant colors of tree inside, where the compostmg acuon ts recently returned from Oklahoma City, Okla., where they attended a Shaklee v e'. u was were out. During the afternoon Sue A contest held for the leaves have fades, the leaves become a most active. Kitchen waste such as Leadership Convention. While there ....  but everyone decided a pty farmhouse mass of brown clutter on lawns. If not potato peelings, tomato pulp, coffee they were recognized as one of ,mtl[llbe given to all. Handy and her Day Care Center Em Children came and trick or treated us. removed from lawns, they could pack grounds, etc., can be added to the pile. Shaklee's high UV award winners. In a tal'(dents decided at the We had two unknown large trick or recalls earlier dow, and smother grass. During the summer, grass clippings group of more than 325 sales leader "+IC0ncil meeting that they treaters, one a clown and one a Fallen leaves should be put to the can be added, teams who qualified for the convert- task they do best-improving garden The finished compost can be avvlied tion, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were one of ][ up for Halloween this pumpkin. We g..++d h o b happy past so, A few leaves could be plowed or to and worked into garden soft. It can seven sales leader teams with the .,tead they wanted to host a Teresa Washburn and Donna Stice. tilled into garden soil, but large also be used as a potting soil highest qualifying UVs during August. Imsitne. staffTheandHalloweengiVe priZeSpartyfor ThethemresidentSand weregtstilla IOtguessingOf laughsthe frOmnext a Drivingrecent pleasantthrugh autumnthe farmevening,COuntry wean quantities of leaves would tie up component, replacing peat. The Meyers also toured the ShalrJee .p.m. in the dining room day. nitrogen if tilled into the soil. A Any time of the year is a good time plant in Norman, Okla., which .opened presented by Reggie passed a deserted farm house. It was a compost pile or bin is the best place to to begin a compost pile. The fall, six years ago, and where the food .N., Susie Nunn, Ruby Elwin Walker held our Bible study familiar kind; two stories and a .ine, Catherine Jeffries, and song service this week. garret, faded and peeling white paint, put leaves. When handled properly, however, is a natural time. A compost supplements are made. Roxie Chapman went to the home of hanging eavespouts, empty windows leaves and other such materials break pile accomplishes two objectives: it Wayne and Judy Bixler of Canton Limso+ n, Georgia Richter, her sister, Millie Gaus, Sunday for and the hopeless +lodk that it would down to dark brown spongy humus gets rid of leaves and it manufactures have recently been accepted as II vmtei'n, Mary Ann Hamilton, dinner and supper. Willa Daggs and which can improve soil. a valuable soil amendment, assistant supervisors of Shaklee. , Activity Director, Kay Mr. Walker went to church, never be lived in again. Most of our soils are quite heavy. fOJi0tarl ' Service Director, Elsie Thomas received a call from The farmer who lived there during The addition of organic matter is the Sharon Fifer, JoAnn her son, Jack Lemmon, from Alto, the Depression was one of my first most important single thing that can od.Ge customers when I began operating a rry, Misty Fox, and New Mexico. be done to improve soil. Soil will work The residents and employees had gasoline and oil truck. Then the yard more easily and plant roots will [ttting contest was held with their flu shots this week. was a busy place; children running, penetrate the soil more easily, I of Buzz Harris, Shirley + chickens wandering about, a couple of resulting in higher yields. LA BE L L E . and a friendly Shepherd dog. It I am of Marion Goehl, was not the appearance of prosperity, breakdown-soiIIt will take abOUtanda yearfertilizer.fOr leaveSsoiltO Lllarrelson, and Durward but I had seen worse. contains the microorganisms capable i|taff also held a contest MAN OR I recall one day I stopped there. It of breaking down the leaves and other otts getting the fhst bite was about noon. I knocked at the back organic materials. The soil micro- .  of Betsy Fox and Carol H A PPE N I N GS door. An overall-ed farmer opened the organisms need nitrogen in order to do rP', door and boomed, "Hello, there. You Tony Harscher L.P.N. their work, and so fertilizer is ; team of Betty Potts, The following ladies ate lunch are just in time for dinner. Come on necessary to the process. The fertilizer 1 @'+Sally Shepherd. The Saturday at the Lord's Acre Sale at the in." could be manure, blood meal, or .hed for candy out of a LaBelle Christian Church: Maggie As he stood there, with his back to chemical fertilizer containing nitrogen. jand donuts were served Kimberly, Nellie Franke, Gladys the open door, the tantalizing aroma of The process is simple. Start with an other Jones, Judy East, Mac Wilson, Vicky soup beans and cornbread permeated 8"-I0" layer of leaves 2and J,+on is extended to all Hollandsworth and Virginia McBride. the autumn air. I felt reasonably sure organic materials. Add a layer of . &OMPARm "IPODAI ; t/j Louise Golden, Mauinl The LaBelle Baptist Church held that was everything o the menu that +. soil Sprinkle on a nitrogen-containing CALL h 3Huston, and Ruby D services Sunday. day. fertilizer. About 4 ounces of actual Monday our residents went to the I thankedthemanforIknewhewas nitrogen is needed for each packed We invite you to roll and ; Kinney had church Pour Palace in Ewing for a Halloween sincere in his invitation. But my dinner bushel of leaves. Four ounces of :LJ. singing Friday morning Party. They dressed in Halloween pail was on the seat of the truck, nitrogen are contained in 1 V+ pounds d i'tc,a' coetumes with Virgima McBride However it was no gourmet's dream, of a 20-5-5 fertilizer, for example, nrescrietion :e "ce for Nov. 10 will be placing 1st and Judy East 2nd. Rev. After filling the containers with Once the first layer has been compare 3ble k..me Marx of the Lewis Hagood and Mrs. Hagood from the gasoline and oil, I figured up the ticket completed, a second, composed of r --i--- ttemst Parrish. Ewing Assembly of God Church were and returned to the house. Though R organic materials, soft and fertilizer, is prices You my find .t the judges. Everyone enjoyed the was clean and cherry, yet it suggested added. The pile can be as many layers '-state dinner of barbecued hot dogs, bakedtea, austerity, deep asdesired. The composting pri .w th i beans, potato chips, cider, The farmer's wife went to the process works best when the materials pumpkin pie and whipped cream, cupboard and took down a small soup are moist but not soggy wet. Applying our ces ere mudl In er on | I(o bowl from the top shelf. She emptied water to the completed pile will help to e e- callsla Tuesday Leo Borden, Judy East, the contents ant he table. There wasan get the process started, what you ere now Imym Vicky Hollandsworth, Doc Hol]iday, assortment of silver coins and some During the summer, the pile should .t, Virginia McBride, Ellen Montague, +',creased Laveta Qu.n, Chris Schlenz. Louise bills, be turned over a couple of tim.. This e,eM equivalents  av(dldde. Their purchase amounted to less will move the outer portions to the Most' g Shanan, Martha White and Cheryl than $I0 But this was no casual Le Pbarma y lS, elephone (Centel) officials Kitson went to the Spook House at the lmrchase Their meager income had that AT&T increased Quincy Mall. Everyone had coffee and G w out-of-state directory cookies at the Cookie Factory. Lyla been carefullY appropriated. The State revenue down r adcr c scenario reflected the economy ( the _ Atllils effective Oct. 1. Merrell and Lisa Walter and son, times. " man General Revenue income for Mo. is 114E Ptmrmnt foe tin,do Cmm . P.  Communications Cam- Rabble, assisted with the trip. The Together flus and his family down 8.04 percent, State Treasurer Canton - GENE SYKES, PHARM./- Plmme 18-$25:1 # fed the 10-cent increase Beta Sigma Phi Chapter donated table were quietly fighting the battles of life Wendell Bailey says, "The decrea is n ,'H P't. W m CUm O rmmAV ,mm,oom life; to ed)-cents per call. mpkins'f" our residents. ,.  state customer service Wednesday Residents Council was with deterndnation. They accepted not unexpected," Bailey said, ' be. ' id their lot without complaining. They cause last year the state received an ,. l!d Centel regrets that t held and plans made for November. were sharing the joys and disappoint- unexpected Medicaid payment totaling "..Jvev sufhcient notice to" Leo Borden, Warren French, Chris meats of life and were envisioning that $27 million. If we take out the $27 o, " NEW PLAN PAYS UP TO $182 700 t WLlners of the increase in Schlenz, Clmnnell Townsley, Brian n Ir,,its taking effect. "It is Willis, Judy East, Virginia McBride, (my when times would be better and million from last year s revenue they could enjoy a better lifestyle, figures, this month would show a 5.7 Y to provide customers Vicky HoUandsworth, Doc Holliday, I don't knoW what ever ha ned to FOR NURSING HOME BENEFITS ,et notice of rate changes, Myrtle Thompson, Cheryl Kitson and . ppe percent increase." == in which it has no control Laveta Queen attended a Halloween the family. BY now the children would This October General Revenue INCLUDING CUSTODIAL CARE :'west in the rate changes, Party held by the Mark Twain Mental all be married and have families of receiptSwith $207,476,343totaled $190,785,296,for OctoberCmpared1984, , 1 |formational interest, Health Department. Eva Coleman and their own. were any of them farmers? Year-to-date figures on General I wondered. .. . '" ' Anna Marie Tonnies assisted on the As we drove on down me roa(l my Revenue show a 3.51 percent ga" over Getting well could spell financial ruin for today's senior citi' + il[ill the actual date the Ceatel trip. zen. According to a recent congressional study', 2 out of 3 billed the increase Thursday Rev. Wilbur Sharpe held wife looked at me questioningly when I the same time period last year. By the Americans aged 66 and living alone, will be "impoverished" tre bille( .... Do yotr smell soup beans and totaled $822,982,316. This year total  by when Cenms Bible Study with us. Thursday muttered half aloud: end of October 1964, General Revenue after spending just 13 weeks in a nursing home. Married per- Lb,.din, Neb., can make afternoon we had our Halloween Party cornbread" receipts are $851,548,909, Bailey said. sons aren't much better off. $1 changes in its billing with our residents and staff dressing in " But now there is a solution from Bankers Life and Casualty. their HaLloween costumes. Virginia McBride, Judy East and Chris Schlenz  Irs a new kind of nursing home policy that pays benefits for... 6 t'+ i; ! that although the new +Mroved to be effective were our winners.  * custodial, intermediate and skilled nursing care before, during and after Medicare payments and in addition seKllia] eft=five date v Some of the games were pin the wart  ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT TO to HMO benefits en ., l;=everal days to se :: on the witcbe' nose with Crystal Tu]ey  * for up to five years for any one sickness or injury. Based on t &the official date, Steele and Robert Wagganer being the . a $10O daily benefit and a five-year covered stay, topbene- i rB winners. Several o the residents LEWIS COUNTY PATRONS OF THE 'E TO THE etm'ed the apple dunking contest. 'GOLDEN ,AOtlE RIVER.BOA: DINNER THEATRE i ,,,ou,,ea,ao,ts, sa,7oo r Residents with November birthdays Them is much more. So find out how you canget the rip are Channel Towley, 3, Leo Bolon, protection you need for nursing home stays. Fill out and )rS,,,: JOURNAL 4, Berti. Frame. 9, Velma Baker, n real/coupon below or phone. and Mda Hawkins, =th. Reservations for rod/v/duals, groups and  o, ,+++.ou+ o,.e.+eo,=,. e,., Co,,. Oo.,o0 uo,,jm Nedrer Bankers nor ns agent are connecte0 w0;n Medicare Call or wite for full de. a=ls on benefits costs, renewal provisions, and benefit reduchons, limitations and bus/nesses for the 1985 Golden Eagle  +.c,o+oo .,.=ooo,,,+o..o..=, ChdshHS Bmquet & Show are now being Steve Hoener, To: Bankers Lileand Casualty accepted.  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Area Foster Grandparents attended celebration of 20th anniversary of program at Capitol led ea Foster Grandparents from all over Student Center of Lincoln'University. tion in Washington, D. C., in from Monticello, Nancy Breeding; it the state of Missouri gathered in Guest speakers were Mo. Rep. Bob mid-October was introduced to the from Ewing, Isabell Brown, Bernice Asdie o welcome Ads Downs and Clara Griggs from Jefferson City, Friday, Nov. I, to Ha]den of Springfield; Paulette Stan- group. Mrs. Tiffany was honored to be Hadfield, Wilhmiena Marquette; from celebrate the 20th anniversary of the defer, Regional Director, ACTION, of a luncheon guest of Nancy Reagan Durham, Edith White; from Maywood, -'--+.,.z"_ as new residents, founding of the Foster Grandparent Dallas, Tex.; and Jack Kenyon, wh/le/n Washington. Mary Johnson, Elsie Rathbun; from has returned from the Program. National Foster Grandparent Program The local program boasted the LaBelle, Hazel Carper; from Knox ,foridW,o.rning the residents The festivities began m the Rotunda Chief, ACTION, of Washington, D.C. highest percentage of Foster Grand- City, Dulcie Davis. Janis VanMeter, '.ie the activity room for of the Capitol building at 1 p.m. with Entertainment was provided by the parents in attendance in Jefferson City Foster Grandparent Director, coordin- u. Elsie Brinkley was here featured speakers Ann Kutscher, Lincoln University Dance Troupe; with 50 percent attending. Those who ated the trip and drove one of the Capitol Liaison to U.S. Rep. Ike Mary Marshall, Senior Center Maria- made the trip were: from Canton, Alta vans.  and rhythm band. After Skelton; Lloyd Conley, Director, ger, Marshall, Mo.; and a Sing-a-long Bell, Alma Cahill, Edith Giddins, The entire event was planned by V__"t $1[m'taaWilliSpumpkinbrOughtcontest.her Cub Missouri Divison of Aging; and by Jack Kenyon. Emma Harrison, Mac Knight, Mar- Alice Jones, Foster Grandparent " Lilts were served. PatriciaMissouri.Columbia.Morrow, Ph.D., University of Foster Grandparent Freda Tiffany of garet Lewis, Grace Pleasant; from Director, of Higginsville, as chairman, ,it dlll n Baptist Church held Springfield, who was Missouri's LaGrange, Beneva Bowman, Ruth and Directors of the other six Foster d tt tll'luesday morning. Bible In the evening, Foster Grandparents representative to the National Celebra- Miner, Nina Painter, Viola Tracy; Grandparent Programs of Missouri as layted that afternoon, were honored at a banauet in the L , committee. _-L.'d IW" was the morning activity "" T,,MI, dining room. The STONE HAVEN Farmer's Meyers honored -aisslargenwthatfur F lie lea pro ide sWoittd for playing. A Bible EWS I a n yes can v by R also delivered We(In.- N Journo Shaldee Co. .=+o w. + ic fo gardens eYtt..(ingrm" This wasa very exciting week with Keith WilkeLi organ matter r Bob and Betty Meyer of Canton have lay morning the Canton all the little goblins, witches, etc. In visited the residents and spite of the wet night a lot of them " , ,, Once the brilliant colors of tree inside, where the compostmg acuon ts recently returned from Oklahoma City, Okla., where they attended a Shaklee v e'. u was were out. During the afternoon Sue A contest held for the leaves have fades, the leaves become a most active. Kitchen waste such as Leadership Convention. While there ....  but everyone decided a pty farmhouse mass of brown clutter on lawns. If not potato peelings, tomato pulp, coffee they were recognized as one of ,mtl[llbe given to all. Handy and her Day Care Center Em Children came and trick or treated us. removed from lawns, they could pack grounds, etc., can be added to the pile. Shaklee's high UV award winners. In a tal'(dents decided at the We had two unknown large trick or recalls earlier dow, and smother grass. During the summer, grass clippings group of more than 325 sales leader "+IC0ncil meeting that they treaters, one a clown and one a Fallen leaves should be put to the can be added, teams who qualified for the convert- task they do best-improving garden The finished compost can be avvlied tion, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were one of ][ up for Halloween this pumpkin. We g..++d h o b happy past so, A few leaves could be plowed or to and worked into garden soft. It can seven sales leader teams with the .,tead they wanted to host a Teresa Washburn and Donna Stice. tilled into garden soil, but large also be used as a potting soil highest qualifying UVs during August. Imsitne. staffTheandHalloweengiVe priZeSpartyfor ThethemresidentSand weregtstilla IOtguessingOf laughsthe frOmnext a Drivingrecent pleasantthrugh autumnthe farmevening,COuntry wean quantities of leaves would tie up component, replacing peat. The Meyers also toured the ShalrJee .p.m. in the dining room day. nitrogen if tilled into the soil. A Any time of the year is a good time plant in Norman, Okla., which .opened presented by Reggie passed a deserted farm house. It was a compost pile or bin is the best place to to begin a compost pile. The fall, six years ago, and where the food .N., Susie Nunn, Ruby Elwin Walker held our Bible study familiar kind; two stories and a .ine, Catherine Jeffries, and song service this week. garret, faded and peeling white paint, put leaves. When handled properly, however, is a natural time. A compost supplements are made. Roxie Chapman went to the home of hanging eavespouts, empty windows leaves and other such materials break pile accomplishes two objectives: it Wayne and Judy Bixler of Canton Limso+ n, Georgia Richter, her sister, Millie Gaus, Sunday for and the hopeless +lodk that it would down to dark brown spongy humus gets rid of leaves and it manufactures have recently been accepted as II vmtei'n, Mary Ann Hamilton, dinner and supper. Willa Daggs and which can improve soil. a valuable soil amendment, assistant supervisors of Shaklee. , Activity Director, Kay Mr. Walker went to church, never be lived in again. Most of our soils are quite heavy. fOJi0tarl ' Service Director, Elsie Thomas received a call from The farmer who lived there during The addition of organic matter is the Sharon Fifer, JoAnn her son, Jack Lemmon, from Alto, the Depression was one of my first most important single thing that can od.Ge customers when I began operating a rry, Misty Fox, and New Mexico. be done to improve soil. Soil will work The residents and employees had gasoline and oil truck. Then the yard more easily and plant roots will [ttting contest was held with their flu shots this week. was a busy place; children running, penetrate the soil more easily, I of Buzz Harris, Shirley + chickens wandering about, a couple of resulting in higher yields. LA BE L L E . and a friendly Shepherd dog. It I am of Marion Goehl, was not the appearance of prosperity, breakdown-soiIIt will take abOUtanda yearfertilizer.fOr leaveSsoiltO Lllarrelson, and Durward but I had seen worse. contains the microorganisms capable i|taff also held a contest MAN OR I recall one day I stopped there. It of breaking down the leaves and other otts getting the fhst bite was about noon. I knocked at the back organic materials. The soil micro- .  of Betsy Fox and Carol H A PPE N I N GS door. An overall-ed farmer opened the organisms need nitrogen in order to do rP', door and boomed, "Hello, there. You Tony Harscher L.P.N. their work, and so fertilizer is ; team of Betty Potts, The following ladies ate lunch are just in time for dinner. Come on necessary to the process. The fertilizer 1 @'+Sally Shepherd. The Saturday at the Lord's Acre Sale at the in." could be manure, blood meal, or .hed for candy out of a LaBelle Christian Church: Maggie As he stood there, with his back to chemical fertilizer containing nitrogen. jand donuts were served Kimberly, Nellie Franke, Gladys the open door, the tantalizing aroma of The process is simple. Start with an other Jones, Judy East, Mac Wilson, Vicky soup beans and cornbread permeated 8"-I0" layer of leaves 2and J,+on is extended to all Hollandsworth and Virginia McBride. the autumn air. I felt reasonably sure organic materials. Add a layer of . &OMPARm "IPODAI ; t/j Louise Golden, Mauinl The LaBelle Baptist Church held that was everything o the menu that +. soil Sprinkle on a nitrogen-containing CALL h 3Huston, and Ruby D services Sunday. day. fertilizer. About 4 ounces of actual Monday our residents went to the I thankedthemanforIknewhewas nitrogen is needed for each packed We invite you to roll and ; Kinney had church Pour Palace in Ewing for a Halloween sincere in his invitation. But my dinner bushel of leaves. Four ounces of :LJ. singing Friday morning Party. They dressed in Halloween pail was on the seat of the truck, nitrogen are contained in 1 V+ pounds d i'tc,a' coetumes with Virgima McBride However it was no gourmet's dream, of a 20-5-5 fertilizer, for example, nrescrietion :e "ce for Nov. 10 will be placing 1st and Judy East 2nd. Rev. After filling the containers with Once the first layer has been compare 3ble k..me Marx of the Lewis Hagood and Mrs. Hagood from the gasoline and oil, I figured up the ticket completed, a second, composed of r --i--- ttemst Parrish. Ewing Assembly of God Church were and returned to the house. Though R organic materials, soft and fertilizer, is prices You my find .t the judges. Everyone enjoyed the was clean and cherry, yet it suggested added. The pile can be as many layers '-state dinner of barbecued hot dogs, bakedtea, austerity, deep asdesired. The composting pri .w th i beans, potato chips, cider, The farmer's wife went to the process works best when the materials pumpkin pie and whipped cream, cupboard and took down a small soup are moist but not soggy wet. Applying our ces ere mudl In er on | I(o bowl from the top shelf. She emptied water to the completed pile will help to e e- callsla Tuesday Leo Borden, Judy East, the contents ant he table. There wasan get the process started, what you ere now Imym Vicky Hollandsworth, Doc Hol]iday, assortment of silver coins and some During the summer, the pile should .t, Virginia McBride, Ellen Montague, +',creased Laveta Qu.n, Chris Schlenz. Louise bills, be turned over a couple of tim.. This e,eM equivalents  av(dldde. Their purchase amounted to less will move the outer portions to the Most' g Shanan, Martha White and Cheryl than $I0 But this was no casual Le Pbarma y lS, elephone (Centel) officials Kitson went to the Spook House at the lmrchase Their meager income had that AT&T increased Quincy Mall. Everyone had coffee and G w out-of-state directory cookies at the Cookie Factory. Lyla been carefullY appropriated. The State revenue down r adcr c scenario reflected the economy ( the _ Atllils effective Oct. 1. Merrell and Lisa Walter and son, times. " man General Revenue income for Mo. is 114E Ptmrmnt foe tin,do Cmm . P.  Communications Cam- Rabble, assisted with the trip. The Together flus and his family down 8.04 percent, State Treasurer Canton - GENE SYKES, PHARM./- Plmme 18-$25:1 # fed the 10-cent increase Beta Sigma Phi Chapter donated table were quietly fighting the battles of life Wendell Bailey says, "The decrea is n ,'H P't. W m CUm O rmmAV ,mm,oom life; to ed)-cents per call. mpkins'f" our residents. ,.  state customer service Wednesday Residents Council was with deterndnation. They accepted not unexpected," Bailey said, ' be. ' id their lot without complaining. They cause last year the state received an ,. l!d Centel regrets that t held and plans made for November. were sharing the joys and disappoint- unexpected Medicaid payment totaling "..Jvev sufhcient notice to" Leo Borden, Warren French, Chris meats of life and were envisioning that $27 million. If we take out the $27 o, " NEW PLAN PAYS UP TO $182 700 t WLlners of the increase in Schlenz, Clmnnell Townsley, Brian n Ir,,its taking effect. "It is Willis, Judy East, Virginia McBride, (my when times would be better and million from last year s revenue they could enjoy a better lifestyle, figures, this month would show a 5.7 Y to provide customers Vicky HoUandsworth, Doc Holliday, I don't knoW what ever ha ned to FOR NURSING HOME BENEFITS ,et notice of rate changes, Myrtle Thompson, Cheryl Kitson and . ppe percent increase." == in which it has no control Laveta Queen attended a Halloween the family. BY now the children would This October General Revenue INCLUDING CUSTODIAL CARE :'west in the rate changes, Party held by the Mark Twain Mental all be married and have families of receiptSwith $207,476,343totaled $190,785,296,for OctoberCmpared1984, , 1 |formational interest, Health Department. Eva Coleman and their own. were any of them farmers? Year-to-date figures on General I wondered. .. . '" ' Anna Marie Tonnies assisted on the As we drove on down me roa(l my Revenue show a 3.51 percent ga" over Getting well could spell financial ruin for today's senior citi' + il[ill the actual date the Ceatel trip. zen. According to a recent congressional study', 2 out of 3 billed the increase Thursday Rev. Wilbur Sharpe held wife looked at me questioningly when I the same time period last year. By the Americans aged 66 and living alone, will be "impoverished" tre bille( .... Do yotr smell soup beans and totaled $822,982,316. This year total  by when Cenms Bible Study with us. Thursday muttered half aloud: end of October 1964, General Revenue after spending just 13 weeks in a nursing home. Married per- Lb,.din, Neb., can make afternoon we had our Halloween Party cornbread" receipts are $851,548,909, Bailey said. sons aren't much better off. $1 changes in its billing with our residents and staff dressing in " But now there is a solution from Bankers Life and Casualty. their HaLloween costumes. Virginia McBride, Judy East and Chris Schlenz  Irs a new kind of nursing home policy that pays benefits for... 6 t'+ i; ! that although the new +Mroved to be effective were our winners.  * custodial, intermediate and skilled nursing care before, during and after Medicare payments and in addition seKllia] eft=five date v Some of the games were pin the wart  ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT TO to HMO benefits en ., l;=everal days to se :: on the witcbe' nose with Crystal Tu]ey  * for up to five years for any one sickness or injury. Based on t &the official date, Steele and Robert Wagganer being the . a $10O daily benefit and a five-year covered stay, topbene- i rB winners. Several o the residents LEWIS COUNTY PATRONS OF THE 'E TO THE etm'ed the apple dunking contest. 'GOLDEN ,AOtlE RIVER.BOA: DINNER THEATRE i ,,,ou,,ea,ao,ts, sa,7oo r Residents with November birthdays Them is much more. So find out how you canget the rip are Channel Towley, 3, Leo Bolon, protection you need for nursing home stays. Fill out and )rS,,,: JOURNAL 4, Berti. Frame. 9, Velma Baker, n real/coupon below or phone. and Mda Hawkins, =th. Reservations for rod/v/duals, groups and  o, ,+++.ou+ o,.e.+eo,=,. e,., Co,,. Oo.,o0 uo,,jm Nedrer Bankers nor ns agent are connecte0 w0;n Medicare Call or wite for full de. a=ls on benefits costs, renewal provisions, and benefit reduchons, limitations and bus/nesses for the 1985 Golden Eagle  +.c,o+oo .,.=ooo,,,+o..o..=, ChdshHS Bmquet & Show are now being Steve Hoener, To: Bankers Lileand Casualty accepted.  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