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GENERAL N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, I Eversole promoted to Sgt. EMT addition Norma Jean Dorris, a Lewis County EMT and certified CPR instructor, demonstrates rescue breathing techniques on a child manikin recently purchased for the ambulance district. At right are other manikins used in demonstrating recusitative techniques -- an adult manikin and an infant. Mrs. Dorris is one of six certified CPR (cardio-pulmonary recusitation) instructors in the district. Others are Colleen Feldkamp, Phyllis Whitlatch, Pauline Reichert, Scott Montgomery, and Dan Steinbeck. Money for the new manikin was raised from a recent miscellaneous sale and another sale is set for Saturday at the ambulance garage in Canton. Sealants to prevent dental decay in youth Missouri dentists will be helping lower-income school children "seal out" dental decay this fall through a cooperative program with the state Department of Health and the Lewis County Health Dept. Through the new program, dentists in Lewis, Clark, Marion and Knox Counties will be providing eligible children with free dental sealants. Sealants are recommended by dentists to help all children prevent dental lay and its more costly treatment later. The procedure is simple. An acrylic coating is first applied over the cleaned chewing surface of children's teeth and then allowed to harden. No anesthetic is needed and there is no pain. The sealant then acts as a barrier to ". kmlp food  bacteria from collecting ' in all the grve$ o the tooth. This hell keep the chewing surface cavity-free as long as the sealant is in laee. Brushing and flossing and the use of flourides must be continued, however, even after teeth are sealed This is because sealants are not as effective m the smooth surfaces of the teeth. cond and seventh grade children from low,income families will be notified this fall if they are eligible for the sealant program. The family must th make an appointment with a local .tist who has agreed to place the free dental sealants. All sealants will be placed in private dtai offices, and the child must take his eligibility notice with him for the dental appointment. In addition to helping provide dental care to children who might not oeherwi receive it, the program is also cost efficient. It has been many other medical and health care estimated that a tooth can be sealed organizations have endorsed the use of four times for roughly what one filling sealants to prevent cavities in would cost. children's teeth. The Missouri Dental Association and Federal Crop Ins. Daniel Smith has program is announced The Federal Crop Insurance Corpor- ation, an agency of USDA, has expanded its crop insurance program for 1986 based on the producer's actual production history on insurable grain crops in Missouri, according to Howard Sjogren, Field Operatip, ns Office Director in Columbia. Accord- ingly, producers able to prove above-average yields may receive higher guarantees with no additional premium except in extreme high risk areas. In order for producers to qualify for this program on their 1986 spring planted crops they need to certify their production and acreage to their local ASCS office within 30 days after harvest ; or by providing acceptable records (including harvested disposi- tion} for the crop prior to January 15, 1986 in order that the 1985 yield may be included in the yield calculation and unit division when applicable. Records received after that date may be used for 1986 unit determination hut may not be used until 1987 for yield determination. Certification forms are available at the offices of local insurance agents who sell Federal Crop or Multi-Peril insurance. These agents can provide advice on their completion. completed AF police course Airman 1st class Daniel R. Smith, son of Ruby K. Smith of Canton has graduated from the U.S. Air Force security police specialist course at Lackland Air Force Base, Tx. Graduates of the bourse studied systems security operations, tactics and weapons training and earned credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Commun- ity College of the Air Force. Smith is scheduled to serve with the 3287th Techineal Training Group at Camp Bullis, Tx. He is a 1985 graduate of Canton High School. Addition to Co. Health Calendar Nov. 20, Lewis Co. Home Health Agency Advisory Council Meeting, 2 p.m. at Health Dept. Check Your Renewal Date; Don't Miss an Issue! Randy H. Eversole, son of Nor,veil H. and Mary L. Eversole of Monticello, has been appointed a sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. The new non-commissioned officer completed training in management, leadership, human relations and NCO this status. Eversole is a vehicle operator and dispatcher at Castle Air Force Base, Ca.. with the 93rd Organizational Maintenance Squadron. He is a 1979 graduate of Highland High School, Ewing. 4) O4)444P4444J,44441*464P4P44444O OOO@ O45 i ,,snnos , l living room, large dining room, located on 2 full lots. Price reduced to : 41OWhite Street, 2 story brick, 4 bedroom. 2 full baths. 2 fireplaces..arge llth & White Street. Central air with gas furnace. 2 car garage. 4 : bedrooms, excellent condition. Built in 1980. t 612 College St., 9 rooms, 2 full baths, new carpeting. 2 full lots, possession : : 3t6 Once: fPaI:, sl::hdcoOuWnt': ]=i:::et: ::p land. 130 acres hay and : pasture land, 46 acres timber land. Priced to sell. 217.5 acres - no buildings, good fencing, 154 acres good cropland. Balance : open pasture. 3 miles from Canton on blacktop road. i Richards Real Estate i Canton, Mo. Phone 288-3026 $ 0 @ Clyde A. Richards, Broker 0 t 0 CURRENT LISTINGS 1303 Wyaconda ............... 42,0O0 S. College Hill ................ 38,000 713 Nesmith .................. 12,000 1011 College St ................ 33,000 707 Bland .................... 15,800 513 S. 4th ..................... 11,500 708 Jamison ................. 17,500 817 Lewis .................... 59,500 Hwy. 81, 3.46 acres ........... 12,500 Hwy. 81, 80 acres ............. 49,600 RR 2, 42 acres ............... 42,000 Knox City .................... 21,500 LaGrange .................... 47,500 Lewistown ................... 32,500 Monticello ................... 15,000 I 1312 Wyaconda ............ 48,000 505 S. 4th ................... 14,500 902 Lewis ................... 49,500 428 Clark .................. 43,500 603 Donaldson .............. 16.900 712 Henderson ......... 35.o00 410 Jamison ................. 77,000 502 Henderson ............... 21 .00 Hwy. 81. a4 acres .......... 4.500 Hwy. 81 ................... 56.10 Hwy. 81, I0 acres .......... 51,000 RR 2, I0 acres ......... 30.(0 Monticello .............. 34 ,(Y0 LaBelle ..................... 33,5() Gregory ..................... 12,9(r0 Monticello ................. .. 20,000 CALL TODAY! Dorcas Mohr, Assoc ................................ 288-3753 Oisne Brown, Assoc ................................ 655-2265 Cindy Daughtry, Assoc ............................. 288-5888 lynn Fox .................................... Office 288-4427 NEW LISTINGS 7. acres w. end of Rt. C. Suitable for house or commercial. 670 Acres with all elecadc, home with pipeline ities. Approx. 470 acres Price reduced. Terms LaGr__ ange__ 1974 14x70 Normandy deck. garage large lot S.E. Quincy & Maple town. Older home n condition. 2 or 3 bdrm good neighborhood. older couple or s 804 Monroe, LaGrange. bdrm on 5 lots {3 to school. 106 W Quincy, Lew bdrm on 3 lots. Has garages, good been extensively paint, good roof downtown. 408 No. 3rd, 3 bdrm, 1st time homeowners. garage, both nat'l gas. 709 Donaldson. 2 bdrm.. carporl, mint conditi location. Very low overlook this one. 4 bedroom 2 baths swimming pool Village, Lewisto this one ! 602 Washington. 4 Reduced price. close to Methodist NEW PRICE on 6-yr- 01d, on 3 acres. Derrahs. 14x70 Fairmont bdrm. 2 baths, woodbU: place, double insul., LaGrange. ''t.,hbr wi}hirl 3 Vailed:" Coimuniy Kahoka. Excellent summer home. PI.US MANY OTHER Jenny Murphy, Amy Job, Tom Johnson Plumbing Ted's 407 Grant . Canton, Mo. - 314-288-3545  ELECTRIC SEWER MACHINE SERVICE , Jl BATHROOMS & KITCHENS 306 Washington HOT WATER HEATERS Canton FAUCETS & SUPPLIES 288.3726 DR. J' G CANTON. CI-III.I I THURSD A F-KNE Bringer 24,11our Wrecker Service 314-288-5 or 288-3404 TIIESSPASSING IN AUTO SALVAGE YARD COMPLETE RADIATOR REPAIR F Radiator and Repair Service lllm d Cm.  I/. 6 Phone 288-3900 816-462.3817 "NJJ IIIIVIC TO CHURCHES $ CHAlI11ES. DAVE'S REPAIR SERVICE GENERAL REPAIR AND INSTALLATION OF HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL WIR,NG PHONE 288.3032 David W. SMITH Serving All of Lewis Co. CRAMSE MA S ONR Y Contractor Bricks, Blocks & Stone KENNETH CRAMSEY LaGrange - 314-655-4548 WILL DO ANY SMALL OR LARGE JOBS. HAVE TRUCK TO HAUL TRASH & ELECTRICAL ROOTER TO CLEAN SEWERS. ONE US A TRY I RA11S RE5oNA Eddie & Hor01d Vice, Canton. Mo. 288.3265 dEFF SHIlMAN PAINTING Interior painting & decorating Woodwork refinishing Drywall taping 314-288-3417 DARLEY REPAIR SERVICE I Mile West of Jct. 81 & Route E Canton, Mo. Farm Equipment our Specialty - on and off the Farm Service. Portable Welding HllO Ln t Appliances Sales g Service JANNEY CONSTRUCTION General Contractors Div. of Jonney Builders QUALITY CONSTRUCTION FOR oVER 30 YEARS OVER 250 CUSTOM BUILT HOMES it COMMERCIAL BUSINESS 2118-3462 HOME 288-5.586 PIERCE Excavating Service DOTING. aACKI.K)E, TRENCHING OR KASEMENT WORK, ,SEWER AND WATER FlU. Iqlrr, SAND, GRAVEL. ROAD ROCK, SEtt TANKS IL I,qUP$. '/, Block East Ford Gora PHONE 288-3165 CANTON Tom Johnson Plumbing 407 Grant - Canton, Mo. - 314-288-3545 New Lower Labor Prices Hourly Rates or by Contract SUBSCRIBE TODAY TO PNJ Heartland, Cooks and Fred Lowry CARPETS JANNEY Builders Supply CANTON, MO. LARY'S CUSTOM RICHARD Ellison BULLDOZING W,00OA prod00s Lary Bronestine e.oroA. for the home and farm" DODD Elec00ic Monticello, Mo. Cob,.., S00..ia,is,, Construction Co. co0000m.,,00Es,oEnr,00, // We specialize in all types of concrete work. 288-3357--Canton State Water Heaters Whirlpool Heating and Air Conditioning Canton, Mo. 288-3562 or 288-38 ARC I:HOTOG BOX !25 CANTON, MO PURINA CHOWS Clark St. Canton, Mo. Ph, 314/288-5293 The H00n00's Nest CERAMIC SUPPLIES GIFT SHOP GREENWARE-CLASS ES-PAINT FIRING DALLY MARY & ANGELA JOHNSON. CERTIFIED DUNCAN TEACHERS HIGHWAY 6 DURHAM, MO. 63438 MaN.. SAT," 9.)0 . 5.'00 MaN. AND THURS. 9:00 !. 9.'Q CLASSES EVERYDAY EXCEPT SAT. (314)478-3300 DEAN'S SERVICE & TIRE Full,service gasoline pumps -, HOURS: Mort.. Sat. 7 a.m. - II p.m. Sun. 8 a.m.. 6 p.m. Texaco Gasoline --Our bl/"ess' is fires wAR R EN new, use, d, ond repair TAYLOR We seal Melt.Mile Drrflon Tires REPAIR SERVICE WE DO OIL CHANGES SMALL MECHANICAL JOBS A/C Pafrigration MUFFLER WORK Appliance Electrical Phone: 288-5572 Plumbing Heating 301 N. 4th St.. Canton (Next to  Motel) 288-3826 Canton FOR NEW SERVICE OR REWIRING CALL D & M Eleoaic Canton 288-5229 Lynn Daughtry NO JOB TOO SMALL 288-5888 it-r-: I Maurice G. Tonnies INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE MARGEE MARSOT, SEC. PHONE (314) 767-5351 GRAND Full YOUR 12S NI  GENE SYKES, IDa CARPET, 12 yEARS ALSO AND SUI CALl DONALD OR CALL LOCK REPAIRS KEYS MADE PICTURE WINDOW ACRYLIC FUImlTIJRf FURNITURE THE PHONE 288-31; GENERAL N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, I Eversole promoted to Sgt. EMT addition Norma Jean Dorris, a Lewis County EMT and certified CPR instructor, demonstrates rescue breathing techniques on a child manikin recently purchased for the ambulance district. At right are other manikins used in demonstrating recusitative techniques -- an adult manikin and an infant. Mrs. Dorris is one of six certified CPR (cardio-pulmonary recusitation) instructors in the district. Others are Colleen Feldkamp, Phyllis Whitlatch, Pauline Reichert, Scott Montgomery, and Dan Steinbeck. Money for the new manikin was raised from a recent miscellaneous sale and another sale is set for Saturday at the ambulance garage in Canton. Sealants to prevent dental decay in youth Missouri dentists will be helping lower-income school children "seal out" dental decay this fall through a cooperative program with the state Department of Health and the Lewis County Health Dept. Through the new program, dentists in Lewis, Clark, Marion and Knox Counties will be providing eligible children with free dental sealants. Sealants are recommended by dentists to help all children prevent dental lay and its more costly treatment later. The procedure is simple. An acrylic coating is first applied over the cleaned chewing surface of children's teeth and then allowed to harden. No anesthetic is needed and there is no pain. The sealant then acts as a barrier to ". kmlp food  bacteria from collecting ' in all the grve$ o the tooth. This hell keep the chewing surface cavity-free as long as the sealant is in laee. Brushing and flossing and the use of flourides must be continued, however, even after teeth are sealed This is because sealants are not as effective m the smooth surfaces of the teeth. cond and seventh grade children from low,income families will be notified this fall if they are eligible for the sealant program. The family must th make an appointment with a local .tist who has agreed to place the free dental sealants. All sealants will be placed in private dtai offices, and the child must take his eligibility notice with him for the dental appointment. In addition to helping provide dental care to children who might not oeherwi receive it, the program is also cost efficient. It has been many other medical and health care estimated that a tooth can be sealed organizations have endorsed the use of four times for roughly what one filling sealants to prevent cavities in would cost. children's teeth. The Missouri Dental Association and Federal Crop Ins. Daniel Smith has program is announced The Federal Crop Insurance Corpor- ation, an agency of USDA, has expanded its crop insurance program for 1986 based on the producer's actual production history on insurable grain crops in Missouri, according to Howard Sjogren, Field Operatip, ns Office Director in Columbia. Accord- ingly, producers able to prove above-average yields may receive higher guarantees with no additional premium except in extreme high risk areas. In order for producers to qualify for this program on their 1986 spring planted crops they need to certify their production and acreage to their local ASCS office within 30 days after harvest ; or by providing acceptable records (including harvested disposi- tion} for the crop prior to January 15, 1986 in order that the 1985 yield may be included in the yield calculation and unit division when applicable. Records received after that date may be used for 1986 unit determination hut may not be used until 1987 for yield determination. Certification forms are available at the offices of local insurance agents who sell Federal Crop or Multi-Peril insurance. These agents can provide advice on their completion. completed AF police course Airman 1st class Daniel R. Smith, son of Ruby K. Smith of Canton has graduated from the U.S. Air Force security police specialist course at Lackland Air Force Base, Tx. Graduates of the bourse studied systems security operations, tactics and weapons training and earned credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Commun- ity College of the Air Force. Smith is scheduled to serve with the 3287th Techineal Training Group at Camp Bullis, Tx. He is a 1985 graduate of Canton High School. Addition to Co. Health Calendar Nov. 20, Lewis Co. Home Health Agency Advisory Council Meeting, 2 p.m. at Health Dept. Check Your Renewal Date; Don't Miss an Issue! Randy H. Eversole, son of Nor,veil H. and Mary L. Eversole of Monticello, has been appointed a sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. The new non-commissioned officer completed training in management, leadership, human relations and NCO this status. Eversole is a vehicle operator and dispatcher at Castle Air Force Base, Ca.. with the 93rd Organizational Maintenance Squadron. He is a 1979 graduate of Highland High School, Ewing. 4) O4)444P4444J,44441*464P4P44444O OOO@ O45 i ,,snnos , l living room, large dining room, located on 2 full lots. Price reduced to : 41OWhite Street, 2 story brick, 4 bedroom. 2 full baths. 2 fireplaces..arge llth & White Street. Central air with gas furnace. 2 car garage. 4 : bedrooms, excellent condition. Built in 1980. t 612 College St., 9 rooms, 2 full baths, new carpeting. 2 full lots, possession : : 3t6 Once: fPaI:, sl::hdcoOuWnt': ]=i:::et: ::p land. 130 acres hay and : pasture land, 46 acres timber land. Priced to sell. 217.5 acres - no buildings, good fencing, 154 acres good cropland. Balance : open pasture. 3 miles from Canton on blacktop road. i Richards Real Estate i Canton, Mo. Phone 288-3026 $ 0 @ Clyde A. Richards, Broker 0 t 0 CURRENT LISTINGS 1303 Wyaconda ............... 42,0O0 S. College Hill ................ 38,000 713 Nesmith .................. 12,000 1011 College St ................ 33,000 707 Bland .................... 15,800 513 S. 4th ..................... 11,500 708 Jamison ................. 17,500 817 Lewis .................... 59,500 Hwy. 81, 3.46 acres ........... 12,500 Hwy. 81, 80 acres ............. 49,600 RR 2, 42 acres ............... 42,000 Knox City .................... 21,500 LaGrange .................... 47,500 Lewistown ................... 32,500 Monticello ................... 15,000 I 1312 Wyaconda ............ 48,000 505 S. 4th ................... 14,500 902 Lewis ................... 49,500 428 Clark .................. 43,500 603 Donaldson .............. 16.900 712 Henderson ......... 35.o00 410 Jamison ................. 77,000 502 Henderson ............... 21 .00 Hwy. 81. a4 acres .......... 4.500 Hwy. 81 ................... 56.10 Hwy. 81, I0 acres .......... 51,000 RR 2, I0 acres ......... 30.(0 Monticello .............. 34 ,(Y0 LaBelle ..................... 33,5() Gregory ..................... 12,9(r0 Monticello ................. .. 20,000 CALL TODAY! Dorcas Mohr, Assoc ................................ 288-3753 Oisne Brown, Assoc ................................ 655-2265 Cindy Daughtry, Assoc ............................. 288-5888 lynn Fox .................................... Office 288-4427 NEW LISTINGS 7. acres w. end of Rt. C. Suitable for house or commercial. 670 Acres with all elecadc, home with pipeline ities. Approx. 470 acres Price reduced. Terms LaGr__ ange__ 1974 14x70 Normandy deck. garage large lot S.E. Quincy & Maple town. Older home n condition. 2 or 3 bdrm good neighborhood. older couple or s 804 Monroe, LaGrange. bdrm on 5 lots {3 to school. 106 W Quincy, Lew bdrm on 3 lots. Has garages, good been extensively paint, good roof downtown. 408 No. 3rd, 3 bdrm, 1st time homeowners. garage, both nat'l gas. 709 Donaldson. 2 bdrm.. carporl, mint conditi location. Very low overlook this one. 4 bedroom 2 baths swimming pool Village, Lewisto this one ! 602 Washington. 4 Reduced price. close to Methodist NEW PRICE on 6-yr- 01d, on 3 acres. Derrahs. 14x70 Fairmont bdrm. 2 baths, woodbU: place, double insul., LaGrange. ''t.,hbr wi}hirl 3 Vailed:" Coimuniy Kahoka. Excellent summer home. PI.US MANY OTHER Jenny Murphy, Amy Job, Tom Johnson Plumbing Ted's 407 Grant . Canton, Mo. - 314-288-3545  ELECTRIC SEWER MACHINE SERVICE , Jl BATHROOMS & KITCHENS 306 Washington HOT WATER HEATERS Canton FAUCETS & SUPPLIES 288.3726 DR. J' G CANTON. CHII.I I THURSD A F-KNE Bringer 24,11our Wrecker Service 314-288-5 or 288-3404 TIIESSPASSING IN AUTO SALVAGE YARD COMPLETE RADIATOR REPAIR F Radiator and Repair Service lllm d Cm.  I/. 6 Phone 288-3900 816-462.3817 "NJJ IIIIVIC TO CHURCHES $ CHAlI11ES. DAVE'S REPAIR SERVICE GENERAL REPAIR AND INSTALLATION OF HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL WIR,NG PHONE 288.3032 David W. SMITH Serving All of Lewis Co. CRAMSE MA S ONR Y Contractor Bricks, Blocks & Stone KENNETH CRAMSEY LaGrange - 314-655-4548 WILL DO ANY SMALL OR LARGE JOBS. HAVE TRUCK TO HAUL TRASH & ELECTRICAL ROOTER TO CLEAN SEWERS. ONE US A TRY I RA11S RE5oNA Eddie & Hor01d Vice, Canton. Mo. 288.3265 dEFF SHIlMAN PAINTING Interior painting & decorating Woodwork refinishing Drywall taping 314-288-3417 DARLEY REPAIR SERVICE I Mile West of Jct. 81 & Route E Canton, Mo. Farm Equipment our Specialty - on and off the Farm Service. Portable Welding HllO Ln t Appliances Sales g Service JANNEY CONSTRUCTION General Contractors Div. of Jonney Builders QUALITY CONSTRUCTION FOR oVER 30 YEARS OVER 250 CUSTOM BUILT HOMES it COMMERCIAL BUSINESS 2118-3462 HOME 288-5.586 PIERCE Excavating Service DOTING. aACKI.K)E, TRENCHING OR KASEMENT WORK, ,SEWER AND WATER FlU. Iqlrr, SAND, GRAVEL. ROAD ROCK, SEtt TANKS IL I,qUP$. '/, Block East Ford Gora PHONE 288-3165 CANTON Tom Johnson Plumbing 407 Grant - Canton, Mo. - 314-288-3545 New Lower Labor Prices Hourly Rates or by Contract SUBSCRIBE TODAY TO PNJ Heartland, Cooks and Fred Lowry CARPETS JANNEY Builders Supply CANTON, MO. LARY'S CUSTOM RICHARD Ellison BULLDOZING W,00OA prod00s Lary Bronestine e.oroA. for the home and farm" DODD Elec00ic Monticello, Mo. Cob,.., S00..ia,is,, Construction Co. co0000m.,,00Es,oEnr,00, // We specialize in all types of concrete work. 288-3357--Canton State Water Heaters Whirlpool Heating and Air Conditioning Canton, Mo. 288-3562 or 288-38 ARC I:HOTOG BOX !25 CANTON, MO PURINA CHOWS Clark St. Canton, Mo. Ph, 314/288-5293 The H00n00's Nest CERAMIC SUPPLIES GIFT SHOP GREENWARE-CLASS ES-PAINT FIRING DALLY MARY & ANGELA JOHNSON. CERTIFIED DUNCAN TEACHERS HIGHWAY 6 DURHAM, MO. 63438 MaN.. SAT," 9.)0 . 5.'00 MaN. AND THURS. 9:00 !. 9.'Q CLASSES EVERYDAY EXCEPT SAT. (314)478-3300 DEAN'S SERVICE & TIRE Full,service gasoline pumps -, HOURS: Mort.. Sat. 7 a.m. - II p.m. Sun. 8 a.m.. 6 p.m. Texaco Gasoline --Our bl/"ess' is fires wAR R EN new, use, d, ond repair TAYLOR We seal Melt.Mile Drrflon Tires REPAIR SERVICE WE DO OIL CHANGES SMALL MECHANICAL JOBS A/C Pafrigration MUFFLER WORK Appliance Electrical Phone: 288-5572 Plumbing Heating 301 N. 4th St.. Canton (Next to  Motel) 288-3826 Canton FOR NEW SERVICE OR REWIRING CALL D & M Eleoaic Canton 288-5229 Lynn Daughtry NO JOB TOO SMALL 288-5888 it-r-: I Maurice G. Tonnies INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE MARGEE MARSOT, SEC. PHONE (314) 767-5351 GRAND Full YOUR 12S NI  GENE SYKES, IDa CARPET, 12 yEARS ALSO AND SUI CALl DONALD OR CALL LOCK REPAIRS KEYS MADE PICTURE WINDOW ACRYLIC FUImlTIJRf FURNITURE THE PHONE 288-31;