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1 CIAL ITEMS llr- MR. AND MI. HARRISON PASCOE --1555 ,00jrnson Pascoes observed 50th l, Ryssna relatives gathered on with congratulatory letters from Gary Futcb, Brian and Darren of ost honor of the 50th wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison dinner-reception was given @ by their children and at the Riverside Inn in L" Many happy moments  renewing acquaintances. li€•ca were married Oct. 27, V   bride's home in LaGrange. • i rdants were Miss Mildred J[Ikter of the groom, and brother of the bride. were born three sons: • Lynn, and Lowell K. couple was honored President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan, Vice President and Mrs. George Bush, Senator and Mrs. John Danforth, and Senator and Mrs. Thomas Eagleton. Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe were given an engraved silver tray and commemora- tive candles by their sons and daughters-in-law and seven grandchil- dren. Those present .were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pascoe of Troy; Lynn Pascoe of Alexandria, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Pascoe, Douglas and Cory of Ozark; Mrs. Mildred Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clifton, Laurie and Blain of Shreve- port, La.; Mr. and Mrs. William Myers of Sullivan, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins, Mrs. Edna Brenizer of Bonne Terre; Mrs. Hazel McAfee of Lewis- town; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klusmeier and Mrs. Emma Lou Gnuse of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brose, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinkley, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn of LaGrange; and Gilbert Will•rig of Lebanon, Ore. Repeat vows in observance of 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Off of Canton celebrated their 50th wedding anni- versary Sunday, Nov. 3, in St. Joseph Church. Monsignor Alois Wilmes of O'Fallon, cousin of Mr. 0rf, heard the couple repeat their vows. Father Pat Hoffman and Msgr. Wilmos co-cele- brated Mass. The ladies of St. Ann's Altar Society served Mr. and Mrs. Orf and their families a breakfast in Marquette Hall following mass. An open house was held from 2 to 4 p.m. in the American Legion Hall where family and friends gathered for the festivities. Dora Mae Rice attended the guest book, and Anne, Tracy and Joey Fryer served refreshments. Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, Page 5 b Mr. & Mrs. Graves making home in Monroe City Mr. and Mrs. Dave Graves are residing in Monroe City after a late summer wedding on the lawn of her parents home. Miss Robin Lynn Tiemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiemann of Ewing, and Dave Graves, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Graves of Palmyra, were married by the Rev. Tully Achord of Hannibal Saturday, August 3 at 6 p.m. in a double ring ceremony. Miss Cindy Gottman, Mrs. Georgia Rothweiler and Miss Shannon Roth- weiler, aunt and cousin of the bride, all of Monroe City, and the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Mills of Hannibal, provided the music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Shawn Tiemann of LaGrange, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. Trent Tiemann, the bride's sister- in-law, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Carla and Tina Graves of Palmyra, sisters of the bridegroom.. Trent Tiemann of Wellsville, brother of the bride, read scripture. Bible bearer was Tracy Rothweiler of Monroe City, cousin of the bride. Alton Graves, cousin of the bridegroom, of Shelbina, was flower girl. Mrs. Alien Barton of Clarence and Andra Lillard of Shelbina, cousins of the bride, assisted. Tim Bridgman served as best man. Rodney Tiemann, brother of the bride, Bill Graves, cousin of the bridegroom, both of Ewing, and Shawn Graves, brother of the bridegroom, were groomsmen. Parker Rothweiler, cou- MR. AND MRS. sin of the bride, was ring bearer. Ushers were Trent Tiemann, Danny Graves and ,/on Tiemann, brother and cousins of the couple. After the ceremony, a buffet supper was served with aunts of the couple in charge including Mrs. Roger Evans, Mrs. Roger Tiemann, Mrs. Jerry Lillard and Mrs. Jacke Brown. Also assisting were cousins of the groom, Miss Dawn Hadfield, Miss LuAnn DAVE GRAVE8 Brown, Mrs. Danny. Graves, Dana Hadfield, Mary Lisa Evans and Amber Rothweiler. The bridegroom's parents were hostS at the rehearsal dinner. The bride graduated from Marion County R-If in 1984 and is attending Hannibal-LaGrange College. The groom graduated from Marion County High School in 1983 and L/nn Technical College in May, and is employed as a draftsman for Diecasting Inc. Elizabeth Dehner engagement announced Canton Christian bazaar Saturday The Canton Christian Church is having their annual bazaar Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. There will be baked foods, Christmas crafts and other craft items. White elephant items will be sold and a quilt given away. For early morning shoppers home- made donuts and coffee will be sold. Lunch will be served at 11 a.m. Homemade chili or vegetable soup, . ham or cheese sandwiches, salad bar, pie and drinks will be offdred. LOVE, STEPH, TINA & NICOUf Those of the family attending from Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Dehner of out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hannibal have announced the engage- Wilmes and family, Mr. and Mrs. mentof their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, MRS. TERRY LEE BEASLY Charles Schipper, Mr. and Mrs. Roy to John M. Blanchard of Kansas City. Wilmes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilmes, He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Don in Quincy ceremony .o wilmes, and Mr. "nd Mrs. Quinn of Elk Grove Village, Ill. Andy WilmeS of Troy; Mr. and Mrs. The prospective bride is a 1980 R0V' I • .v Maa;o^. P--k f"°"-- Koenig, Wendy Drummond Junior err of Josephville, Me.; and graduate of Hannibal High School and r ........  • f ..... and Misty Mr. and Mrs. Ted Moore, nephew of will graduate {rom the University of l e setting for th,, Wtdin# Carlson cousins o me onae. I. y L,':..-- '. The bride, given in marriage by her Mrs. err, from St. Joseph, Mich.; amd Missouri-Kaosas City School d Medi- " ," ,,',,"= ',,.,','-Y varents, wore a floor length gown of Msgr. Wilm of •'Fallen. cine in May, 1966. She is the grand- lLe,h'@".a"=n"; poly- ester organza, featuring a bodice daughter of Mrs. J. A. Dehncr and Mrs. Virgil C. Woodworth of Ewing. IrWaed-t)v-'t-h:'ev5 . Lrr: of chantilly type lace with Venice lace, K .............  sequins and simulated-pearl trim. The Northeast Missouri State University B.lane.rd is a 1984 gduate of .the and . .... fr .... Gem ,, College . t.b the daughter of Mr and sleeves and chapel-length Wain were o,..,,ot,,d ,, o;,,, Umversty of Mmsour-Kansas CRy and Carl A ter aceordian pleated. She wore a School __of Fashion Merchandisin=. She School of Pharmacy. Hei m employed is employed by The Owl & The at WalmartPharmacies, ncorporated, ._ , q.=- ..... " :--:.- modified picture hat trimmed with Pussycat in Quincy.' , Olathe, .... Kan. ........ Vln.moml t. pearls and white flowers, witha The m r ed Tne weaamg m pmnne tar z  p m :e ._,all um • Y waist-length nylon net pouf. She groo g aduat from Oak . _ ' . • Par ...... S o .... G da .... • nd • Ai_rovided  Mrs r.-..., carried a cascade bouquet of white k ;a eho ! i, la an, a Jan 4, 1, at the First Calvary ra ° a n L Baptist Church of Kansas City kJ1!'h. i'. 7 . mini carnations, red roses, baby's g duated M g a Cure aude from baf., breath, stephan•Us, an English wy. University of Missouri-Rolla with a . MJIa Slater sister of the The attendants complimented the degree in chemical engineering and is r----at-A-l u-AI - finishin his masters degree. He is u;. laaid of' honor Pare bride in long burgundy taffeta.dresses workinggt AT&T Technology Systems ! qlrlllRIK =nvr I V'.  QUine-, wa- h..;,..--.;a with illusion net front aria vact yokes lille--, sister of the bride of poilt d esprit with schiffi-embroid- in Lees Summit as a planning engineer  Urewer & ons ! l; _aicl' Heidi Drummond' cry accents and bustleback, in the MOS Department.  m m, .... =: IXideS'w, as fl.._,-.-.... -....-' l"nerecqon washeld at the Eagles Mter a wedding trip to Hawaii the  869W. Cea81S-72/-2411Kllloka, Mo. R .mS. ll, e m of the brid w"- Alps following the ceremony. Music couple are at home in Lees Summit. -- ="  ...... was provided by "Sophiscated Sound." eeeeee•eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 8erred u his brother's Serving at the reception were Kathy • • K"rOomsmen were Mike G.ilfoyle, Do.na MeCarty, Ci.dy .......-. P  dl i P dm Is IlnllU . .....,. 2.,,in, and Steve Gray of Carl.son, Pam Drummond, Penny OOOOOoooo imRss__i is. sn m,,, • ooeoooo -:  J'. an was n,. xeg, rata   c, aaker, • • • • l ......... " • • 4) • • • .=,iofthebrid, R..d.U aunts and friend$ of the bride. . • IILK llllr , e Tlr -]]a, Dave "MuelTe-of The rehearsal dinner, held Friday o 0 ooeeeeooooooo oeooooooooeeooooeoooooo : ;: M£'., and/mr McCarty, . • • • f iI:pp |¢ide, wece  hosted by the bridegroom's parents. NEW HOURS. Monday. 6 a.m.- 4 p.m. : af part in the -nony The bride graduated from Highland • ° 12-.McCarty,s Heather High School in Ewing. She attended • • ,; " 00,mq00mlnlnl Tuesday-Sunday 6 a.m.. 8 p.m. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::  • i i ]IIOV 11 IH HQHOIt or .'; ViTEl00nrI3 Dftr. !il " "'"' .   CALL 6SS-4240 !.m n0v. if:. .... • , :::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::::::::::.::f.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: eeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ee•eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeot.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee • 1 CIAL ITEMS llr- MR. AND MI. HARRISON PASCOE --1555 ,00jrnson Pascoes observed 50th l, Ryssna relatives gathered on with congratulatory letters from Gary Futcb, Brian and Darren of ost honor of the 50th wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison dinner-reception was given @ by their children and at the Riverside Inn in L" Many happy moments  renewing acquaintances. li€•ca were married Oct. 27, V   bride's home in LaGrange. • i rdants were Miss Mildred J[Ikter of the groom, and brother of the bride. were born three sons: • Lynn, and Lowell K. couple was honored President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan, Vice President and Mrs. George Bush, Senator and Mrs. John Danforth, and Senator and Mrs. Thomas Eagleton. Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe were given an engraved silver tray and commemora- tive candles by their sons and daughters-in-law and seven grandchil- dren. Those present .were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pascoe of Troy; Lynn Pascoe of Alexandria, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Pascoe, Douglas and Cory of Ozark; Mrs. Mildred Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clifton, Laurie and Blain of Shreve- port, La.; Mr. and Mrs. William Myers of Sullivan, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins, Mrs. Edna Brenizer of Bonne Terre; Mrs. Hazel McAfee of Lewis- town; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klusmeier and Mrs. Emma Lou Gnuse of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brose, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinkley, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn of LaGrange; and Gilbert Will•rig of Lebanon, Ore. Repeat vows in observance of 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Off of Canton celebrated their 50th wedding anni- versary Sunday, Nov. 3, in St. Joseph Church. Monsignor Alois Wilmes of O'Fallon, cousin of Mr. 0rf, heard the couple repeat their vows. Father Pat Hoffman and Msgr. Wilmos co-cele- brated Mass. The ladies of St. Ann's Altar Society served Mr. and Mrs. Orf and their families a breakfast in Marquette Hall following mass. An open house was held from 2 to 4 p.m. in the American Legion Hall where family and friends gathered for the festivities. Dora Mae Rice attended the guest book, and Anne, Tracy and Joey Fryer served refreshments. Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, Page 5 b Mr. & Mrs. Graves making home in Monroe City Mr. and Mrs. Dave Graves are residing in Monroe City after a late summer wedding on the lawn of her parents home. Miss Robin Lynn Tiemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiemann of Ewing, and Dave Graves, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Graves of Palmyra, were married by the Rev. Tully Achord of Hannibal Saturday, August 3 at 6 p.m. in a double ring ceremony. Miss Cindy Gottman, Mrs. Georgia Rothweiler and Miss Shannon Roth- weiler, aunt and cousin of the bride, all of Monroe City, and the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Mills of Hannibal, provided the music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Shawn Tiemann of LaGrange, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. Trent Tiemann, the bride's sister- in-law, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Carla and Tina Graves of Palmyra, sisters of the bridegroom.. Trent Tiemann of Wellsville, brother of the bride, read scripture. Bible bearer was Tracy Rothweiler of Monroe City, cousin of the bride. Alton Graves, cousin of the bridegroom, of Shelbina, was flower girl. Mrs. Alien Barton of Clarence and Andra Lillard of Shelbina, cousins of the bride, assisted. Tim Bridgman served as best man. Rodney Tiemann, brother of the bride, Bill Graves, cousin of the bridegroom, both of Ewing, and Shawn Graves, brother of the bridegroom, were groomsmen. Parker Rothweiler, cou- MR. AND MRS. sin of the bride, was ring bearer. Ushers were Trent Tiemann, Danny Graves and ,/on Tiemann, brother and cousins of the couple. After the ceremony, a buffet supper was served with aunts of the couple in charge including Mrs. Roger Evans, Mrs. Roger Tiemann, Mrs. Jerry Lillard and Mrs. Jacke Brown. Also assisting were cousins of the groom, Miss Dawn Hadfield, Miss LuAnn DAVE GRAVE8 Brown, Mrs. Danny. Graves, Dana Hadfield, Mary Lisa Evans and Amber Rothweiler. The bridegroom's parents were hostS at the rehearsal dinner. The bride graduated from Marion County R-If in 1984 and is attending Hannibal-LaGrange College. The groom graduated from Marion County High School in 1983 and L/nn Technical College in May, and is employed as a draftsman for Diecasting Inc. Elizabeth Dehner engagement announced Canton Christian bazaar Saturday The Canton Christian Church is having their annual bazaar Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. There will be baked foods, Christmas crafts and other craft items. White elephant items will be sold and a quilt given away. For early morning shoppers home- made donuts and coffee will be sold. Lunch will be served at 11 a.m. Homemade chili or vegetable soup, . ham or cheese sandwiches, salad bar, pie and drinks will be offdred. LOVE, STEPH, TINA & NICOUf Those of the family attending from Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Dehner of out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hannibal have announced the engage- Wilmes and family, Mr. and Mrs. mentof their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, MRS. TERRY LEE BEASLY Charles Schipper, Mr. and Mrs. Roy to John M. Blanchard of Kansas City. Wilmes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilmes, He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Don in Quincy ceremony .o wilmes, and Mr. "nd Mrs. Quinn of Elk Grove Village, Ill. Andy WilmeS of Troy; Mr. and Mrs. The prospective bride is a 1980 R0V' I • .v Maa;o^. P--k f"°"-- Koenig, Wendy Drummond Junior err of Josephville, Me.; and graduate of Hannibal High School and r ........  • f ..... and Misty Mr. and Mrs. Ted Moore, nephew of will graduate {rom the University of l e setting for th,, Wtdin# Carlson cousins o me onae. I. y L,':..-- '. The bride, given in marriage by her Mrs. err, from St. Joseph, Mich.; amd Missouri-Kaosas City School d Medi- " ," ,,',,"= ',,.,','-Y varents, wore a floor length gown of Msgr. Wilm of •'Fallen. cine in May, 1966. She is the grand- lLe,h'@".a"=n"; poly- ester organza, featuring a bodice daughter of Mrs. J. A. Dehncr and Mrs. Virgil C. Woodworth of Ewing. IrWaed-t)v-'t-h:'ev5 . Lrr: of chantilly type lace with Venice lace, K .............  sequins and simulated-pearl trim. The Northeast Missouri State University B.lane.rd is a 1984 gduate of .the and . .... fr .... Gem ,, College . t.b the daughter of Mr and sleeves and chapel-length Wain were o,..,,ot,,d ,, o;,,, Umversty of Mmsour-Kansas CRy and Carl A ter aceordian pleated. She wore a School __of Fashion Merchandisin=. She School of Pharmacy. Hei m employed is employed by The Owl & The at WalmartPharmacies, ncorporated, ._ , q.=- ..... " :--:.- modified picture hat trimmed with Pussycat in Quincy.' , Olathe, .... Kan. ........ Vln.moml t. pearls and white flowers, witha The m r ed Tne weaamg m pmnne tar z  p m :e ._,all um • Y waist-length nylon net pouf. She groo g aduat from Oak . _ ' . • Par ...... S o .... G da .... • nd • Ai_rovided  Mrs r.-..., carried a cascade bouquet of white k ;a eho ! i, la an, a Jan 4, 1, at the First Calvary ra ° a n L Baptist Church of Kansas City kJ1!'h. i'. 7 . mini carnations, red roses, baby's g duated M g a Cure aude from baf., breath, stephan•Us, an English wy. University of Missouri-Rolla with a . MJIa Slater sister of the The attendants complimented the degree in chemical engineering and is r----at-A-l u-AI - finishin his masters degree. He is u;. laaid of' honor Pare bride in long burgundy taffeta.dresses workinggt AT&T Technology Systems ! qlrlllRIK =nvr I V'.  QUine-, wa- h..;,..--.;a with illusion net front aria vact yokes lille--, sister of the bride of poilt d esprit with schiffi-embroid- in Lees Summit as a planning engineer  Urewer & ons ! l; _aicl' Heidi Drummond' cry accents and bustleback, in the MOS Department.  m m, .... =: IXideS'w, as fl.._,-.-.... -....-' l"nerecqon washeld at the Eagles Mter a wedding trip to Hawaii the  869W. Cea81S-72/-2411Kllloka, Mo. R .mS. ll, e m of the brid w"- Alps following the ceremony. Music couple are at home in Lees Summit. -- ="  ...... was provided by "Sophiscated Sound." eeeeee•eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 8erred u his brother's Serving at the reception were Kathy • • K"rOomsmen were Mike G.ilfoyle, Do.na MeCarty, Ci.dy .......-. P  dl i P dm Is IlnllU . .....,. 2.,,in, and Steve Gray of Carl.son, Pam Drummond, Penny OOOOOoooo imRss__i is. sn m,,, • ooeoooo -:  J'. an was n,. xeg, rata   c, aaker, • • • • l ......... " • • 4) • • • .=,iofthebrid, R..d.U aunts and friend$ of the bride. . • IILK llllr , e Tlr -]]a, Dave "MuelTe-of The rehearsal dinner, held Friday o 0 ooeeeeooooooo oeooooooooeeooooeoooooo : ;: M£'., and/mr McCarty, . • • • f iI:pp |¢ide, wece  hosted by the bridegroom's parents. NEW HOURS. Monday. 6 a.m.- 4 p.m. : af part in the -nony The bride graduated from Highland • ° 12-.McCarty,s Heather High School in Ewing. She attended • • ,; " 00,mq00mlnlnl Tuesday-Sunday 6 a.m.. 8 p.m. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::  • i i ]IIOV 11 IH HQHOIt or .'; ViTEl00nrI3 Dftr. !il " "'"' .   CALL 6SS-4240 !.m n0v. if:. .... • , :::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::::::::::.::f.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: eeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ee•eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeot.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee •