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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985 Spook parade The fifth Annual Spook Parade at the Big K class at Canton R-V was another howling success'!.' Counts and witches paraded through the hallways scaring young and old alike. Trash bags were converted from their usual purpose into costumes for the kindergarteners. .................................................... Winners of K00anis annual Halloween party The annual Canton Kiwanis Hallow- een Party was a success with many ghosts and goblins present at Canton. Winners in their respective category were: PreSchool -- I, Leanne Pierce; 2, Aaron Hark; 3, Kristina Mathieson; 4. Casey Long; 5, Amy Schmidt & Jeannette Schuetz. Kindergarten -- I, Wade Poulter; 2, Erin Schneider. First and Second Grades -- I. Jennifer Schmidt; 2, Ryan Petefish; 3, Reynold Stout. Third and Fourth Grades -- 1, Johanna Brumett; 2, Chad and Mary Hansmeier; 3, Jay Zenge. Fifth and Sixth Grades-- 1, Sara Johnson; 2, Darin Marshall; 3, Lara Schmidt. C- 1 District Calendar C-I School Dist. November Calendar 1 - Highland Varsity Football, Sooth Shelby, 7:30, away. 2 - Highland F.F.A. Bamwarming Dance. 4 - LaGrange P.T.A. Soup Supper, 5-8 p.m. 4-9 - Highland First practice for Winter Sports. 6- Highland Drama Dress rehearsal in Commons. 7 - Highland F.H.A. Meeting, 3:30. a - District, School in session  day. Elementary - Parent-Teacher Confer- ences; Secondary, Teacher Workshop. 10-14 - Highland, Drama dress rehearsal in Commons 12 - Highland, Drug Free Youth, 7:00, Library 13 - Highland Psychology Club Trip, Fulton. 13 - District, Board of Education Meeting, 7:00 p.m. 14-15 - Highland, F.F.A., Kansas City 14- Lewistown, P.T.O., 7:30. 15-16 - Highland, Drama Fall Play, 8:15. 16 - LaBelle, District Auction, 11:00 a.m. 18 - Highland, College and Career Night, Canton. 18 - Ewing, P.T.O., 7:00 p.m. 18-23 Highland, Junior High Basketball Tournament. 23 - Highland F.H.A. TRIP, Kansas City. 25 - Highland VG-JVG, Kirksville, 6:30, home. 25 - Highland 7B-aB, Payson, 6:30, away. 26 - Highland VB-JVB, Kirksville, 6: 00, away. 27 - District, School in session % day. 28-29 - District, No school, Thanks- giving VacatiorL 30 - Highland, Conference Choir Audition, Monroe City. :il :i ! ii FHA Halloween winners were: back row, I to r, Josh Thrower, Sara Shumate, Carl Buckwalter, Sarah Hinkle, Julie Kendrick, and Courtney Abell. Front row: Julie Kitzing, Ryan Waters Laurie. Not pictured: Chase Bunger. FHA party attracts 49 Forty-nine area children, ages 8 and under, attended the FHA Halloween party Monday, Oct. 28, held by the Highland FHA chapter. Some of the activities were pin the nose on the pumpkin, story reading, musical games, Halloween trivia, ring the bottle, and a haunted house. Refresh- ments were served. The door prize, a pumpkin donated and painted by Janis Van Meter, was won by Sara Hinkle. The prizes for their original, Ist, Sara Hinlde; Thrower; 3rd, Julie Kil, Ist, Julie Kendrick; 2nd, 3rd, Jackie Kendrick. Carl Buckwalter; 2nd, 3rd, Chase Bunger. Most Seth Van Meter; 2nd, 3rd, Brandon Laurie. Selected as C-S Fellows Robin Smith, a freshman; Sally Drews, Chris Holmes, Robert Homer, and Michelle Wiltshire, all sophomores at Culver-Stockton College, have been selected as members of the C-S Fellows. Smith, daughter of Judith Smith of Canton, is majoring in business administration and accounting at the college. Drews, daughter of William Draws of Canton, is majoring in geology at the college. Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Holmes of Canton, is majoring in English. Homer, son of Mr. E. Homer of Canton, is Business. Wiltshire, daughter of C. Thomas Wiltshire of majoring in elementary C-S Fellows is a local committed to promoting leadership and service to and community. volved in the tutoring as hosts and hostesses events, and help in the effort. Fretweil Ins. . MO. LPmTOW, MO. " ELTER, IT'S A MATTER OF !'1 RSC For your life, health, home, car, farm, ' C We will sell the following at our home located 2 miles north of Monticello, Mo., on ** on 0ne of several Happy-Time Pre-scbooi children groups went trick-or-treating  Satnrday, November 9 Halloween march last week in Canton. Leaders are Donna Kelly and Barb Brummett. @ starting at l0 a.m. sharp : Antiques - Household - Tools. Machinery - Miscellaneous ' "" -  ' Teen Leadership. The council agreed 2 Pie safes; Warm Morning upright wood stove; treadle sewing machine; stairway CLUB to use the School Enrichment Program complete; 4 trunks (2 camel back); iron kettle w-stand; several crocks, lugs; 3 ice Sh bu if any teacher would like it. cOpper boiler w-lid; iron boiler; 2 rug beaters; large wardrobe; horse collars; pink =rps rg Lunn Knapp motioned to adjourn lamp; 2 metal kerosene lamps; gas lamp; kraut cutter; sausage stuffer; hay the meeting. The next meeting will he NEWS January20, 1986. walking plows; double shovel; pair buggy wheels; several school desks; odd Lucille hhineor several iron seats; I I I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear were Friday overnight guests of their A Groat numerous hand tools; double and single trees; numerous kids excellent condition; Iris and Herringbone pitcher, glasses, plates; 2 ., humillfier; i ble lan )s; ne' I ire ch .,t de( 3 freeze uprigl vail p e ques arnam( =tel 6 ! d glas;vare id disht ; mis Tractor. Jeep. Miscellaneous AC wide front (CA) (sharp); AC snap couple 2 bottom plbw;  1952 Wiilys Jeep, 35,000 miles; 500 gal. propane tank; 1,000 gal. gas tank on skids with electric pump; 2 iii iii Lewis Co. 4-H Council The Lewis Co. 4-H Council met Oct. daughter, Miss Anne Mincer in 21 at the Monticello Extension Center. Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wolter of Knox City and Mrs. Margaret Kimberley of lle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarrod. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Florea and family were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Meyers at Maywood. Jeremy and Heather Florea were recent visitors of Andy and Amy Michel in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Michel. Mrs. "Jani and Janee Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Max Rockwell of Elsberry were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys Reed in LaBelle. Bruce Minear went to Kirksville Monday afternoon to see his daughter, Anne. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schade of Hannibal were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Mrs. Cliff Miller of LaBelle was a recent visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarred. Mrs. John Searle was a Tuesday overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Archie Patton near Noviner. The meeting was called to order by Judith Howe and pledges were led by Bobble Toops and Luann Knapp. The Kansas City Conference was discussed. There is money budgeted for a 4-H'er and a leader to attend the conference, which is Nov. 17-21. If anyone is interested they should contact the office. The council would like a list of the new council members for the year. Changing the meeting date was discussed and tabled. A new storm door for the lunch stand was discussed. A door is available and the Ten Mile 4-H Club has volunteered to install it. The Mark Twain Area Leader Conference is being held Nov. 14 at Monroe City. If any leader would like to attend they should contact the office. The council is looking for ways to perk up county 4-H activities. A survey of older 4-H members and a committee of adults outside of 4-H to give their views was discussed. Enrollment is due Nov. 15. LLvestock and county projects of archery and dogs were discussed, as was Jr. and Deal With the purchase of either 20 units of seed corn or 100 units of soy- beans you receive either a winter GR8 jacket or a stainless steel thermos. Shissler Seed Co .... Farmers Dealin 9 with Farmers... A Group of Great Cerowers. Contact Your Local GR8 Dealer: Kent Munzlinger 314 767-5486 00GR8  1985 ShiSser Seed Co. Inc I I Kobnail miscellaneous glassware pieces; humidifier; table lamps; new electric adding machine rug; chest of drawerS; Frigidaire chest deep freeze; upright hair dryer; baby bed; adding machine; odd chairs; wall plaques; ornamental 6 ft. tree; set of disheS; saucers; vases ;- drapes; assorted glassware and dishes; miscellaneous household t t ,t t # # $ # $ # # trailers; AC wheel weights; 14 ft. 10 in. I beam; 32 ft. wood extension ladder; sear electric self priming water pump, 2 in. inlet (like new); cistern pump with 30 gal. a tank (like new); 2 Jucuzzi hydrocels; 2-way hyd. cylinder; 12 in. tractor chains; 40x 32x100 6 mil plastic rolls; 8 rolls snow fence; several good wooden gates; 2 5-gal. aluminum roof material; Homelite gas weed eater; McCulloch 200 chain saw; electric paint sprayer; homemade air compressor; sump pump; Mapes-o-MatiC cattle sprayer; 2 Hanson sprayers; heavy pickup trailer hitch; swivel bumper hitch; assortment of hand tools; yard tools; electric items. Boat - Motor 14 ft. V bottom aluminum boat, 3 hp Johnson motor; numerous miscellaneous itemS. Terms: Cash Lunch Not responsible for loss or accident IBHI & Betty Fee, Owners Auctioneers: Clerks & Sam Plant, 314-497-2688 Lee Nelson, 314-288-3111 AuctiOn N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985 Spook parade The fifth Annual Spook Parade at the Big K class at Canton R-V was another howling success'!.' Counts and witches paraded through the hallways scaring young and old alike. Trash bags were converted from their usual purpose into costumes for the kindergarteners. .................................................... Winners of K00anis annual Halloween party The annual Canton Kiwanis Hallow- een Party was a success with many ghosts and goblins present at Canton. Winners in their respective category were: PreSchool -- I, Leanne Pierce; 2, Aaron Hark; 3, Kristina Mathieson; 4. Casey Long; 5, Amy Schmidt & Jeannette Schuetz. Kindergarten -- I, Wade Poulter; 2, Erin Schneider. First and Second Grades -- I. Jennifer Schmidt; 2, Ryan Petefish; 3, Reynold Stout. Third and Fourth Grades -- 1, Johanna Brumett; 2, Chad and Mary Hansmeier; 3, Jay Zenge. Fifth and Sixth Grades-- 1, Sara Johnson; 2, Darin Marshall; 3, Lara Schmidt. C- 1 District Calendar C-I School Dist. November Calendar 1 - Highland Varsity Football, Sooth Shelby, 7:30, away. 2 - Highland F.F.A. Bamwarming Dance. 4 - LaGrange P.T.A. Soup Supper, 5-8 p.m. 4-9 - Highland First practice for Winter Sports. 6- Highland Drama Dress rehearsal in Commons. 7 - Highland F.H.A. Meeting, 3:30. a - District, School in session  day. Elementary - Parent-Teacher Confer- ences; Secondary, Teacher Workshop. 10-14 - Highland, Drama dress rehearsal in Commons 12 - Highland, Drug Free Youth, 7:00, Library 13 - Highland Psychology Club Trip, Fulton. 13 - District, Board of Education Meeting, 7:00 p.m. 14-15 - Highland, F.F.A., Kansas City 14- Lewistown, P.T.O., 7:30. 15-16 - Highland, Drama Fall Play, 8:15. 16 - LaBelle, District Auction, 11:00 a.m. 18 - Highland, College and Career Night, Canton. 18 - Ewing, P.T.O., 7:00 p.m. 18-23 Highland, Junior High Basketball Tournament. 23 - Highland F.H.A. TRIP, Kansas City. 25 - Highland VG-JVG, Kirksville, 6:30, home. 25 - Highland 7B-aB, Payson, 6:30, away. 26 - Highland VB-JVB, Kirksville, 6: 00, away. 27 - District, School in session % day. 28-29 - District, No school, Thanks- giving VacatiorL 30 - Highland, Conference Choir Audition, Monroe City. :il :i ! ii FHA Halloween winners were: back row, I to r, Josh Thrower, Sara Shumate, Carl Buckwalter, Sarah Hinkle, Julie Kendrick, and Courtney Abell. Front row: Julie Kitzing, Ryan Waters Laurie. Not pictured: Chase Bunger. FHA party attracts 49 Forty-nine area children, ages 8 and under, attended the FHA Halloween party Monday, Oct. 28, held by the Highland FHA chapter. Some of the activities were pin the nose on the pumpkin, story reading, musical games, Halloween trivia, ring the bottle, and a haunted house. Refresh- ments were served. The door prize, a pumpkin donated and painted by Janis Van Meter, was won by Sara Hinkle. The prizes for their original, Ist, Sara Hinlde; Thrower; 3rd, Julie Kil, Ist, Julie Kendrick; 2nd, 3rd, Jackie Kendrick. Carl Buckwalter; 2nd, 3rd, Chase Bunger. Most Seth Van Meter; 2nd, 3rd, Brandon Laurie. Selected as C-S Fellows Robin Smith, a freshman; Sally Drews, Chris Holmes, Robert Homer, and Michelle Wiltshire, all sophomores at Culver-Stockton College, have been selected as members of the C-S Fellows. Smith, daughter of Judith Smith of Canton, is majoring in business administration and accounting at the college. Drews, daughter of William Draws of Canton, is majoring in geology at the college. Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Holmes of Canton, is majoring in English. Homer, son of Mr. E. Homer of Canton, is Business. Wiltshire, daughter of C. Thomas Wiltshire of majoring in elementary C-S Fellows is a local committed to promoting leadership and service to and community. volved in the tutoring as hosts and hostesses events, and help in the effort. Fretweil Ins. . MO. LPmTOW, MO. " ELTER, IT'S A MATTER OF !'1 RSC For your life, health, home, car, farm, ' C We will sell the following at our home located 2 miles north of Monticello, Mo., on ** on 0ne of several Happy-Time Pre-scbooi children groups went trick-or-treating  Satnrday, November 9 Halloween march last week in Canton. Leaders are Donna Kelly and Barb Brummett. @ starting at l0 a.m. sharp : Antiques - Household - Tools. Machinery - Miscellaneous ' "" -  ' Teen Leadership. The council agreed 2 Pie safes; Warm Morning upright wood stove; treadle sewing machine; stairway CLUB to use the School Enrichment Program complete; 4 trunks (2 camel back); iron kettle w-stand; several crocks, lugs; 3 ice Sh bu if any teacher would like it. cOpper boiler w-lid; iron boiler; 2 rug beaters; large wardrobe; horse collars; pink =rps rg Lunn Knapp motioned to adjourn lamp; 2 metal kerosene lamps; gas lamp; kraut cutter; sausage stuffer; hay the meeting. The next meeting will he NEWS January20, 1986. walking plows; double shovel; pair buggy wheels; several school desks; odd Lucille hhineor several iron seats; I I I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Minear were Friday overnight guests of their A Groat numerous hand tools; double and single trees; numerous kids excellent condition; Iris and Herringbone pitcher, glasses, plates; 2 ., humillfier; i ble lan )s; ne' I ire ch .,t de( 3 freeze uprigl vail p e ques arnam( =tel 6 ! d glas;vare id disht ; mis Tractor. Jeep. Miscellaneous AC wide front (CA) (sharp); AC snap couple 2 bottom plbw;  1952 Wiilys Jeep, 35,000 miles; 500 gal. propane tank; 1,000 gal. gas tank on skids with electric pump; 2 iii iii Lewis Co. 4-H Council The Lewis Co. 4-H Council met Oct. daughter, Miss Anne Mincer in 21 at the Monticello Extension Center. Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wolter of Knox City and Mrs. Margaret Kimberley of lle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarrod. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Florea and family were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Meyers at Maywood. Jeremy and Heather Florea were recent visitors of Andy and Amy Michel in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Michel. Mrs. "Jani and Janee Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Max Rockwell of Elsberry were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys Reed in LaBelle. Bruce Minear went to Kirksville Monday afternoon to see his daughter, Anne. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schade of Hannibal were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould. Mrs. Cliff Miller of LaBelle was a recent visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarred. Mrs. John Searle was a Tuesday overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Archie Patton near Noviner. The meeting was called to order by Judith Howe and pledges were led by Bobble Toops and Luann Knapp. The Kansas City Conference was discussed. There is money budgeted for a 4-H'er and a leader to attend the conference, which is Nov. 17-21. If anyone is interested they should contact the office. The council would like a list of the new council members for the year. Changing the meeting date was discussed and tabled. A new storm door for the lunch stand was discussed. A door is available and the Ten Mile 4-H Club has volunteered to install it. The Mark Twain Area Leader Conference is being held Nov. 14 at Monroe City. If any leader would like to attend they should contact the office. The council is looking for ways to perk up county 4-H activities. A survey of older 4-H members and a committee of adults outside of 4-H to give their views was discussed. Enrollment is due Nov. 15. LLvestock and county projects of archery and dogs were discussed, as was Jr. and Deal With the purchase of either 20 units of seed corn or 100 units of soy- beans you receive either a winter GR8 jacket or a stainless steel thermos. Shissler Seed Co .... Farmers Dealin 9 with Farmers... A Group of Great Cerowers. Contact Your Local GR8 Dealer: Kent Munzlinger 314 767-5486 00GR8  1985 ShiSser Seed Co. Inc I I Kobnail miscellaneous glassware pieces; humidifier; table lamps; new electric adding machine rug; chest of drawerS; Frigidaire chest deep freeze; upright hair dryer; baby bed; adding machine; odd chairs; wall plaques; ornamental 6 ft. tree; set of disheS; saucers; vases ;- drapes; assorted glassware and dishes; miscellaneous household t t ,t t # # $ # $ # # trailers; AC wheel weights; 14 ft. 10 in. I beam; 32 ft. wood extension ladder; sear electric self priming water pump, 2 in. inlet (like new); cistern pump with 30 gal. a tank (like new); 2 Jucuzzi hydrocels; 2-way hyd. cylinder; 12 in. tractor chains; 40x 32x100 6 mil plastic rolls; 8 rolls snow fence; several good wooden gates; 2 5-gal. aluminum roof material; Homelite gas weed eater; McCulloch 200 chain saw; electric paint sprayer; homemade air compressor; sump pump; Mapes-o-MatiC cattle sprayer; 2 Hanson sprayers; heavy pickup trailer hitch; swivel bumper hitch; assortment of hand tools; yard tools; electric items. Boat - Motor 14 ft. V bottom aluminum boat, 3 hp Johnson motor; numerous miscellaneous itemS. Terms: Cash Lunch Not responsible for loss or accident IBHI & Betty Fee, Owners Auctioneers: Clerks & Sam Plant, 314-497-2688 Lee Nelson, 314-288-3111 AuctiOn