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EIGH BORHOOD 14 EWS k f Steel Band is &apos; ton featured in C-S series :ecil McFadden k 11 i t visitors a Texas for :, a trip G. H. Sandy of Lubbock, Tex., ,.,,'isMll I" son, William Sandy of IIK;J 1 l'ex., visited for a few days .. sister-in-law, Miss Carol Cantoh. Miss Sandy aceom- ]Llhem to Creston, In., to visit  Mrs. Keith Hemphill and ds. Mrs. Sandy and son iio r a short visit and then to Texas. Miss Sandy me Monday night [-.rie Clem of Denver, Colo., 9esday to visit her aunt and . ilr,. and Mrs. Dick Parker. m'""|4. V. Haerer of Clarendon eter Will., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert o,.,,d I1 ;. r, If of Lincoln Neb+, called on ilqri Plank Saturday morning. :1 !kt Mrs. Robert Brammer of | !and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley IP ltended the graduation of e I, School in Quincy Saturday i Il John Lewis completed one n Igh school. He has returned to j L, llof Mr. and Mrs. Willis in , B  is a junior in Canton High ran ]Jill Sweinfurth of Mt. Vernon i t Sunday in the home of IL  w. carry, St., and her son, /l W. Carty Jr. of Bethany, W. [lOok Dr. Catty to St. Louis glB ][lening where he left by plane whi JIto his home. BI Mrs. Monte Williams of spent the weekend with his and Mrs. Alan Williams. rta Willis, Mrs. Frances ly,l[ u Mrs. Louise Keller visited of last week with Mrs. iiLrile in Fairfield, Ia., and I ffl!l Mehaffy in Burlington. Pl-[laeille Gorrell and Miss Gorrell went to Peoria 28, to attend memorial Neva Bridges held at the Church at Washing- Wednesday, Oct. 30. Larry Culver-Stockton College's Discover Entertainment '85-'88 series will take listeners into the future Nov. 7, with a performance by Kramer Agency, Incorporated's 21st Century Steel Band. Although a new name in the steel band world, the 2B-member band is actually one of the oldest groups of steelbandsmen. They have been working together since 1964. Four original members still play with the group. The instruments are fashioned from cut-off oil drums in various sizes. The drums are scored on the inside and tuned by pounding the steel to various thicknesses. Once tuned, the instru- ments have the sound of an entire orchestra. The band features every- thing from rock to Bach, including calypso, raggae, and the contemporary sounds of today. Other performers in the Discover Entertainment series include Trio Cassatt, a violin, viola, and cello trio, on March 9 and Flamenco guitar player Ronald Radford on April 23. The Discover Entertainment series is open to the public. There is no admission charge. All performances will begin at 8 p.m. in Alexander- Campbell Auditorium on the C-SC campus. Barbara Drews in Quincy Theatre drama Barbara Drews of Canton will be a featured player in the Quincy Community Little Theatre production of "On Golden Pond," which opens Nov. 15, and continues Nov 16 and 17, and also Nov. 22 and 24. There will be one Sunday matinee on Nov. 24 at 2 p.m. The play deals gently, humorously and compassionately with old age, as it follows Norman and Ethel Thayer through their 48th summer on Golden 79;1 1 Pond. Mrs. Drews is seen as the gentle 0et wife, Ethel, bustling about to keep for  things in place, with not a flicker of lyNl['e  humor or emotion escaping. Mrs. Drews has been active at the rl gr Ill QUincy Crafts for equipment Glenn Miller. Bob (;o,x'h, and Marvin Zenge, left to right in back rou, display a model of the ne R-V playground equipment as y(mngsters display collection cans The three men represent (.'raft l.odge 287 and are among recent donors. CLUB NEWS Canton woman's Club The GFWC Canton Woman's Club MFWC met October 29 in Marquette Hall for their Guest Night Carry-in Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Ivan Clark gave the Club Collect before the guests and members were seated. After the dinner Mrs. Walter Reuling, president, called the meeting to order and welcomed members of the PB.M. Jr. Study Club and the Canton Civic Club. Members and guests introduced themselves. Mrs. Reuling then introduced Mrs. L. W. Taylor, chairman of the Program Committee, who in turn introduced the members of the and Frances Orr of Golden EaJeR Riverb oat in Canton, committee-. . Mrs ..... Robert Brown Mrs attended. " where she has played many roles Michael Benning, Mrs. Robert Gooch, m Mrs Dana King Mrs Katherine J. Lillard returned home including the role of 'Julia" "  ' ' . ',,wt. This will be her .... ' ' . last week after spending ,hn ha " " " first Motley and Mrs lan Clark Mrs d with her son-in-law and Quincy Community Little Theatre Taylor ,presented the program, lr. and-Mrs. Harry Hall at ,:,-.:.;.,:,. .... ;, entitled ' Fine Arts in Canton." The role of Norman Thayer will be M s. duby Jann% showed her o,! ano atercolor paintings llcnael arge Davis of Warsaw played by QCLT veteran Dr. Hilliard  .' . " , ennlng ex lamed his sculptures made .: mother, Mrs. P. N. Shair of Quincy. Others in the cast . . . P " " . . oz gh te cla:, Dr Walter Reuhng /ednesday of last week. include Allen Shriver, Barbara . ' '. " showed his ood carvings and n Bishoff, a student at Shriver. Steve Fisher, and Nicholas . ' " " "" , Richard Barley showed his portraits m _, irksville, spent the weekend Peters. Barbara Rowell is directing . ' .' ' ' " )lirents. Mr. and Mrs. Karl the production. The box office opens to oil. The meeting as adjourned b Mrs )ere'.rj  the general public on Nov. 11. Phone . " ' ' .' . Srny'- Yace B I, arkenbuf of Kalama- 217 222-3209 for reservations and Reuhng arrived Tuesday of last further information. ,,r - it until Thursday with her Seven Itills Extension Club At nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. The Seven Hills Extension Club met t ,_,di and Eric. [llD|R[ tJ 1'lJle Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 29, with Mrs. Is, ,li Mrs. Larrie E. Dunn of ,wa, n in-- Ed Jones, with president, Mrs. Emery on, I11., visited Saturday and pRli[i[ Ikll:lJi[ lllOIIil Geisendorfer, in charge of the iv' ] her parents, Mr. and Mrs. meeting. Mrs, Jones used as devotion- l'lelen Other visitors in the at the articles "g Prayer for You ! Be" II _ " '- iaome were Mr. and Mrs. Check Your RellewaJ Dote; Today" and 'Grandma's Broom." 11111# Y of Monroe City, Mr. and -n'" u..__ -n t__ . All eight members answered roll call lO mill o iliuel by giving some improvement they F R. Lee, Robert and David 'L and Mrs. J. Michael ,Mr, and Mrs. Dunn visited gorning with his father, ''l'e in the Lewis County Public Notice lJ.. visited from Thursday City Ordinance No. 63-710 states that no [iter and family of Lima drains other than sanitary sewer flows Llildred Reiter of Meyer :E ir cousin, Ebert Reiter. shall be connected to the cfly's sewer ivan Kennedy visited system. If there is such a connection it --n with their son-in-law !!_' Mr. and Mrs. Greg must be &sconnected from the system. i/sey Marie in Kahoka. /lP2irs.  Gordon Gadsden of ., arrived Friday to visit HAROLD E, VICE With her sister, Dr. and - Public Utilities Superintendent  Walter and Joe. On !ll attended the Hannibal C/ty of Canton : tll.tll. ll'oe of St. Louis visited im..e home of his aunt and [ [IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,, ; Ai i " t|ng old l, hafts  tlttmation officials in the [( !f r ."epartment of Natural i f  asking for citizens' help ; OPen coal-mine shafts, - t hr historical information ' -" / derground coal mining re, This information will Preparing the state's 1 mine inventory. Who may have informa- locations of possible are asked to call ent's toll-free line, ', and leave their names, rabers where they can be I r!pg the day, and a mey have coal-mine-site Land reclamation pro- 1 will return the can as ihle. PREPARE FOR WINTER BY REPAIRING OR REPLACING STORM WINDOWS g DOORS THE STANDARD MACHINE CO. CANTON, MO. 288-3174 M$MMMMM$ I t It l would like to see in the community. As the club trip, formerly set for October. was cancelled due to illness, it was decided to go to Quincy for a day of Christmas shopping on Nov. 13. The menu for the Christmas dinner hich will be held in Dec., was made out. Mr. and Mrs. Everet Hinton will be hosts, with the date to be announced later. Mrs. Norris Hinton reported on the lesson, "Mark Twain's Form of Government." The meeting closed with club collect and refreshments were served. Present were Mrs. Emery Geisen- dorfer, Mrs. Everet Hinton, Mrs. Stanley Boltz and son, Mrs. Ferlin Kimberly and children, Mrs. Chester Hinton, Mrs. Nancy Breeding, Mrs. Norris Hinton and son, and Mark Munzlinger. Press-News Journal, Canton, MO., Thursday, November 7, 1985 3 b II I I Contributions grow-hag in playground equipment fund Craft Lodge 287 recently made a $50 : Channel 7 aired an interview donation to the Canton R-V playground 4oiday with Becky Orman, reading fund. The children are holding the teacher and playground committee coin jars that are located in the elementary lobby. Almost $50 dollars has been collected in these jars from contributions by the children. Other recent contributors include Arnold's Funeral Home, Bank of Monticello, Deter's Dairyl O'Donnelrs Pest Control, Davis Funeral Homes, Bunn Capitol, Janney Builders Supply, Kohl Grocers, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Nancy L. Stow. The support of these businesses, parents and alumni have shown as members of the school-community, is greatly appreci- ated member, and several students. Their emphasis was on community spirit and the volunteer effort shown in making the new playground a reality. The playground equipment will be assembled by members of the Canton Kiwanis Club and other volunteers. They are gathering a "crew" for their first work day which is tentatively set for Saturday, Nov. 16. Anyone wishing to make a contribu- tion to the playground fund should contact Ann Parker at the elementary school, 288-5216. Ken'soffers 1 label contributions Ken's Savings Center is going to help Canton R-V build a new playground! For each Shur-Fine or Shur-Fresh label turned into the school until the end of the year, Kerfs Savings Center will .contribute one cent. As an added incentive, the class turning in the most labels during the collection period will hav e their choice of either a 15 volume set Of Charlie Brown Encyclopedia or a class party in January. The labels will be collected in the elementary lobby during the months of November and December. Labels will be totaled and reported to Ken's after the Christmas vacation. Any questions-concerning this pro- motion should be directed to Ann Parker, elementary principal, 88-5216. NOV. 8, Beginning 5 to 7:30 ?  POTATO WEDGES, BAKED BEAN I J "<,." .,IP." :.,: ENERGY SAVING VALUE! // ...... Ill #/ : .... 1,_ , ...... _ .. ,, ql' i  7-'i J ' - BoSS ts .d ,. l  . V,e" ,'.   , / I[qll $ tllV--  :  "-" ""-1 [) aralLe Y' _.1,1 hi ;b [ Jk._* lX\\;qJ[- JUS'IttS,tIff.S ,; ,+e 9o,,,+ _ .,a +o ++'. ,+0CW" ; lEIIJillilEl] ttl  /1 home o hot9 ---------  [] Detuzer [] ! -:,.-: or'"- / _.-. 'liE" *;" 12.41 Cu ft freshfood caoacitym4.74 Cu. fl. I (  sO & IIl&l Ilk  +reezer section  Reversible doors [] Rugged I i[l'lrll u I , s" ' I IJlll c- Trilon ]Z door and cabinet liner [] Rolls-out-on- I ; |El'llu'l" "'_--. ,,,.., / ,.h+es o++,c+F.+ I +; SAVE ! . $100..justS 599w00 ............... - _+ ._+ V [] Compact countertop microwave [] 30' Range with easy-to-clean fea- oven [] 2 Power levels including De- ture  Spacious drawer removes for ,ro.t setting  2 Speeds -- 35 minute easy c;eaning [] Lift-off oven door timer [] l-:iandsome simulated wood  Broiter pan and 2 oven racks  grain cabinet. ModelRe53c Wa,rero'SOOB DryerMod;' ++oo, h+o,,,+:::: ++ just OOalw/T jUIt'/W7 s 50...jo,t s330 o., o+., W Slightly Htghm --  . -i-- STARTS AS A VALUE , ... STAYS A VALUE! "QUALITY PROOUCTS FOR THE HOME AND FARM" 507 Clark St. - Canton, Mo. Phone 314 288-5293 EIGH BORHOOD 14 EWS k f Steel Band is ' ton featured in C-S series :ecil McFadden k 11 i t visitors a Texas for :, a trip G. H. Sandy of Lubbock, Tex., ,.,,'isMll I" son, William Sandy of IIK;J 1 l'ex., visited for a few days .. sister-in-law, Miss Carol Cantoh. Miss Sandy aceom- ]Llhem to Creston, In., to visit  Mrs. Keith Hemphill and ds. Mrs. Sandy and son iio r a short visit and then to Texas. Miss Sandy me Monday night [-.rie Clem of Denver, Colo., 9esday to visit her aunt and . ilr,. and Mrs. Dick Parker. m'""|4. V. Haerer of Clarendon eter Will., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert o,.,,d I1 ;. r, If of Lincoln Neb+, called on ilqri Plank Saturday morning. :1 !kt Mrs. Robert Brammer of | !and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley IP ltended the graduation of e I, School in Quincy Saturday i Il John Lewis completed one n Igh school. He has returned to j L, llof Mr. and Mrs. Willis in , B  is a junior in Canton High ran ]Jill Sweinfurth of Mt. Vernon i t Sunday in the home of IL  w. carry, St., and her son, /l W. Carty Jr. of Bethany, W. [lOok Dr. Catty to St. Louis glB ][lening where he left by plane whi JIto his home. BI Mrs. Monte Williams of spent the weekend with his and Mrs. Alan Williams. rta Willis, Mrs. Frances ly,l[ u Mrs. Louise Keller visited of last week with Mrs. iiLrile in Fairfield, Ia., and I ffl!l Mehaffy in Burlington. Pl-[laeille Gorrell and Miss Gorrell went to Peoria 28, to attend memorial Neva Bridges held at the Church at Washing- Wednesday, Oct. 30. Larry Culver-Stockton College's Discover Entertainment '85-'88 series will take listeners into the future Nov. 7, with a performance by Kramer Agency, Incorporated's 21st Century Steel Band. Although a new name in the steel band world, the 2B-member band is actually one of the oldest groups of steelbandsmen. They have been working together since 1964. Four original members still play with the group. The instruments are fashioned from cut-off oil drums in various sizes. The drums are scored on the inside and tuned by pounding the steel to various thicknesses. Once tuned, the instru- ments have the sound of an entire orchestra. The band features every- thing from rock to Bach, including calypso, raggae, and the contemporary sounds of today. Other performers in the Discover Entertainment series include Trio Cassatt, a violin, viola, and cello trio, on March 9 and Flamenco guitar player Ronald Radford on April 23. The Discover Entertainment series is open to the public. There is no admission charge. All performances will begin at 8 p.m. in Alexander- Campbell Auditorium on the C-SC campus. Barbara Drews in Quincy Theatre drama Barbara Drews of Canton will be a featured player in the Quincy Community Little Theatre production of "On Golden Pond," which opens Nov. 15, and continues Nov 16 and 17, and also Nov. 22 and 24. There will be one Sunday matinee on Nov. 24 at 2 p.m. The play deals gently, humorously and compassionately with old age, as it follows Norman and Ethel Thayer through their 48th summer on Golden 79;1 1 Pond. Mrs. Drews is seen as the gentle 0et wife, Ethel, bustling about to keep for  things in place, with not a flicker of lyNl['e  humor or emotion escaping. Mrs. Drews has been active at the rl gr Ill QUincy Crafts for equipment Glenn Miller. Bob (;o,x'h, and Marvin Zenge, left to right in back rou, display a model of the ne R-V playground equipment as y(mngsters display collection cans The three men represent (.'raft l.odge 287 and are among recent donors. CLUB NEWS Canton woman's Club The GFWC Canton Woman's Club MFWC met October 29 in Marquette Hall for their Guest Night Carry-in Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Ivan Clark gave the Club Collect before the guests and members were seated. After the dinner Mrs. Walter Reuling, president, called the meeting to order and welcomed members of the PB.M. Jr. Study Club and the Canton Civic Club. Members and guests introduced themselves. Mrs. Reuling then introduced Mrs. L. W. Taylor, chairman of the Program Committee, who in turn introduced the members of the and Frances Orr of Golden EaJeR Riverb oat in Canton, committee-. . Mrs ..... Robert Brown Mrs attended. " where she has played many roles Michael Benning, Mrs. Robert Gooch, m Mrs Dana King Mrs Katherine J. Lillard returned home including the role of 'Julia" "  ' ' . ',,wt. This will be her .... ' ' . last week after spending ,hn ha " " " first Motley and Mrs lan Clark Mrs d with her son-in-law and Quincy Community Little Theatre Taylor ,presented the program, lr. and-Mrs. Harry Hall at ,:,-.:.;.,:,. .... ;, entitled ' Fine Arts in Canton." The role of Norman Thayer will be M s. duby Jann% showed her o,! ano atercolor paintings llcnael arge Davis of Warsaw played by QCLT veteran Dr. Hilliard  .' . " , ennlng ex lamed his sculptures made .: mother, Mrs. P. N. Shair of Quincy. Others in the cast . . . P " " . . oz gh te cla:, Dr Walter Reuhng /ednesday of last week. include Allen Shriver, Barbara . ' '. " showed his ood carvings and n Bishoff, a student at Shriver. Steve Fisher, and Nicholas . ' " " "" , Richard Barley showed his portraits m _, irksville, spent the weekend Peters. Barbara Rowell is directing . ' .' ' ' " )lirents. Mr. and Mrs. Karl the production. The box office opens to oil. The meeting as adjourned b Mrs )ere'.rj  the general public on Nov. 11. Phone . " ' ' .' . Srny'- Yace B I, arkenbuf of Kalama- 217 222-3209 for reservations and Reuhng arrived Tuesday of last further information. ,,r - it until Thursday with her Seven Itills Extension Club At nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. The Seven Hills Extension Club met t ,_,di and Eric. [llD|R[ tJ 1'lJle Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 29, with Mrs. Is, ,li Mrs. Larrie E. Dunn of ,wa, n in-- Ed Jones, with president, Mrs. Emery on, I11., visited Saturday and pRli[i[ Ikll:lJi[ lllOIIil Geisendorfer, in charge of the iv' ] her parents, Mr. and Mrs. meeting. Mrs, Jones used as devotion- l'lelen Other visitors in the at the articles "g Prayer for You ! Be" II _ " '- iaome were Mr. and Mrs. Check Your RellewaJ Dote; Today" and 'Grandma's Broom." 11111# Y of Monroe City, Mr. and -n'" u..__ -n t__ . All eight members answered roll call lO mill o iliuel by giving some improvement they F R. Lee, Robert and David 'L and Mrs. J. Michael ,Mr, and Mrs. Dunn visited gorning with his father, ''l'e in the Lewis County Public Notice lJ.. visited from Thursday City Ordinance No. 63-710 states that no [iter and family of Lima drains other than sanitary sewer flows Llildred Reiter of Meyer :E ir cousin, Ebert Reiter. shall be connected to the cfly's sewer ivan Kennedy visited system. If there is such a connection it --n with their son-in-law !!_' Mr. and Mrs. Greg must be &sconnected from the system. i/sey Marie in Kahoka. /lP2irs.  Gordon Gadsden of ., arrived Friday to visit HAROLD E, VICE With her sister, Dr. and - Public Utilities Superintendent  Walter and Joe. On !ll attended the Hannibal C/ty of Canton : tll.tll. ll'oe of St. Louis visited im..e home of his aunt and [ [IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,, ; Ai i " t|ng old l, hafts  tlttmation officials in the [( !f r ."epartment of Natural i f  asking for citizens' help ; OPen coal-mine shafts, - t hr historical information ' -" / derground coal mining re, This information will Preparing the state's 1 mine inventory. Who may have informa- locations of possible are asked to call ent's toll-free line, ', and leave their names, rabers where they can be I r!pg the day, and a mey have coal-mine-site Land reclamation pro- 1 will return the can as ihle. PREPARE FOR WINTER BY REPAIRING OR REPLACING STORM WINDOWS g DOORS THE STANDARD MACHINE CO. CANTON, MO. 288-3174 M$MMMMM$ I t It l would like to see in the community. As the club trip, formerly set for October. was cancelled due to illness, it was decided to go to Quincy for a day of Christmas shopping on Nov. 13. The menu for the Christmas dinner hich will be held in Dec., was made out. Mr. and Mrs. Everet Hinton will be hosts, with the date to be announced later. Mrs. Norris Hinton reported on the lesson, "Mark Twain's Form of Government." The meeting closed with club collect and refreshments were served. Present were Mrs. Emery Geisen- dorfer, Mrs. Everet Hinton, Mrs. Stanley Boltz and son, Mrs. Ferlin Kimberly and children, Mrs. Chester Hinton, Mrs. Nancy Breeding, Mrs. Norris Hinton and son, and Mark Munzlinger. Press-News Journal, Canton, MO., Thursday, November 7, 1985 3 b II I I Contributions grow-hag in playground equipment fund Craft Lodge 287 recently made a $50 : Channel 7 aired an interview donation to the Canton R-V playground 4oiday with Becky Orman, reading fund. The children are holding the teacher and playground committee coin jars that are located in the elementary lobby. Almost $50 dollars has been collected in these jars from contributions by the children. Other recent contributors include Arnold's Funeral Home, Bank of Monticello, Deter's Dairyl O'Donnelrs Pest Control, Davis Funeral Homes, Bunn Capitol, Janney Builders Supply, Kohl Grocers, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Nancy L. Stow. The support of these businesses, parents and alumni have shown as members of the school-community, is greatly appreci- ated member, and several students. Their emphasis was on community spirit and the volunteer effort shown in making the new playground a reality. The playground equipment will be assembled by members of the Canton Kiwanis Club and other volunteers. They are gathering a "crew" for their first work day which is tentatively set for Saturday, Nov. 16. Anyone wishing to make a contribu- tion to the playground fund should contact Ann Parker at the elementary school, 288-5216. Ken'soffers 1 label contributions Ken's Savings Center is going to help Canton R-V build a new playground! For each Shur-Fine or Shur-Fresh label turned into the school until the end of the year, Kerfs Savings Center will .contribute one cent. As an added incentive, the class turning in the most labels during the collection period will hav e their choice of either a 15 volume set Of Charlie Brown Encyclopedia or a class party in January. The labels will be collected in the elementary lobby during the months of November and December. Labels will be totaled and reported to Ken's after the Christmas vacation. Any questions-concerning this pro- motion should be directed to Ann Parker, elementary principal, 88-5216. NOV. 8, Beginning 5 to 7:30 ?  POTATO WEDGES, BAKED BEAN I J "<,." .,IP." :.,: ENERGY SAVING VALUE! // ...... Ill #/ : .... 1,_ , ...... _ .. ,, ql' i  7-'i J ' - BoSS ts .d ,. l  . V,e" ,'.   , / I[qll $ tllV--  :  "-" ""-1 [) aralLe Y' _.1,1 hi ;b [ Jk._* lX\\;qJ[- JUS'IttS,tIff.S ,; ,+e 9o,,,+ _ .,a +o ++'. ,+0CW" ; lEIIJillilEl] ttl  /1 home o hot9 ---------  [] Detuzer [] ! -:,.-: or'"- / _.-. 'liE" *;" 12.41 Cu ft freshfood caoacitym4.74 Cu. fl. I (  sO & IIl&l Ilk  +reezer section  Reversible doors [] Rugged I i[l'lrll u I , s" ' I IJlll c- Trilon ]Z door and cabinet liner [] Rolls-out-on- I ; |El'llu'l" "'_--. ,,,.., / ,.h+es o++,c+F.+ I +; SAVE ! . $100..justS 599w00 ............... - _+ ._+ V [] Compact countertop microwave [] 30' Range with easy-to-clean fea- oven [] 2 Power levels including De- ture  Spacious drawer removes for ,ro.t setting  2 Speeds -- 35 minute easy c;eaning [] Lift-off oven door timer [] l-:iandsome simulated wood  Broiter pan and 2 oven racks  grain cabinet. ModelRe53c Wa,rero'SOOB DryerMod;' ++oo, h+o,,,+:::: ++ just OOalw/T jUIt'/W7 s 50...jo,t s330 o., o+., W Slightly Htghm --  . -i-- STARTS AS A VALUE , ... STAYS A VALUE! "QUALITY PROOUCTS FOR THE HOME AND FARM" 507 Clark St. - Canton, Mo. Phone 314 288-5293