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. $100119 toM| for annual Cu/ver-Stockton Canton Scouts hold Canton, Lewis Counly fund drive (Mlver-S Coilega has dent tar college relations and Edwards. "One goal that they 8urlpasNd its goal of $12,000 in development. "However, it is set for the drive was to the annmd Canton and Lewis ty lhmd Drive, according i ur, ,=d . Sobert Xye,  oL the drive. As d the end o/November, the college had recelved a cash total of $13,47S.94 from very important that those who made pledges to the college send in their pledges before June 30, 1979, so they can be included in this year's totals." Edwards credited the suc- cess of the drive to the hard receive Krong community involvemeM and I think they were a major factor in drawing the community's sup- port. "Credit also has to be given to everyone in the area who Todd Joem letters in soccer campout at Deer Ridge of ha. -. been awarded a varsity "D" The December campout of The Scouts who participated jaket in varsity intercollegi- Scout Troop 174 at Canton was. in the campout included Dale ateoccer at DePauw Univer- held at Deer Ridge Wildlife Collier, Tony Dye, Tracy sity where he is a sophomore. Area, 8 miles north of Lewistown with the purpose of completing the shooting pro- ficiency aspect of the Rifle Howe, Keith Kenner, Robert Lee, Greg Leftwich, Scot Ludwig, Wayne Murphy, Ran- dy aces, Ricky aces, Jerry Anouncement of the honor was made by Page Cotton, head soccer coach and profes- sor of physical education at G&C sj2 N. 4n r.NvoJJ, P a.m.- S 17p.lW. - w0.x;n J*;[' CALL BI4 Cake the area drive with pledges work of Mr. and Mrs. Ayers sent in contributions or made and Shotgun Merit Badge. Spurgeon, Ken Thompson, the private university. the total to $19,119.94. and the number of new givers pledges, but especially those The Troop left from the Lynn Thompson, Neal Thomp- Jones played in five quart- /. 'Ve are very pleased with to the college. , who gave to the college for the Methodist Church at 5:30 p.m. son, Brian Tower, Marc ers (due to an injury he was . PIERCE ', the success of this year's "Enough can t be said for first time." on Friday, Dec. I and Tower, Joe Walter and Danny sidelined) for the 1978 Tigers Canton and Lewis County all the work that Bob and Although Edwards said that returned about 9:30 a.m. on Wiltshire. John Bursewicz, who were 8-4-1, the most wins  Excavating Service "-(loadrive atEdwards,this point,"vice said year sRUth'Ayersfundhavedrive,"put intOsaidthis totalsit was fromdifficultthis to year'sCmparedrivethe RichardSunday' Dec.Thompson3. Georgeand JohnLee' leader.SCutmaster' was. the unit inDePauwthe school'Suniversityhistory, is an  OomtO.oe ssset, mTe'tcKse'womseWUt . " BODY 00lo0d! Bursewicz provided transpor- independent NCAA Division ANO WATee r.LL Din, __, j "--  -- IIl school and member of the North Hwy. 61 i  __ past years, he, was confident tation from Canton and Frank Attend conference Illinois-Indiana Collegiate Sec- /. cautvla. ImAO hOCK. /,, that this year s totals would Ewart provided transportation cer Conference.  swnc TANKS t'tuw . At bmdltll rank as one of the most from Williamstown. The re- in St. Louis Jones is a 1975 graduate of . % mock  Ford Cam. "/.  28- successful Canton drives ever. turn transportation was pro- Central High School, Cape Ayers also said that be was vided by Eddie Dye, Richard H & R Block manager Giradeau, and the son of Dr.  morn m-31 CANTON  CANTON pleased with the results of the Thompson and John Burse- Nancy Turnbaugh of Lewis- and Mrs. Robert Jones of fund drive, but thought that wicz. town attended the annual H. & Canton. '=lml there was still time to The intention was to target R. Block regional conference increase the totals, shoot from three positions to held in St. Louis, on Dec. 8 LOCK IPAII [ "Since we are so close to complete the merit badge, and 9. The conference was Patrol reports XEYS VE h the $20,000 mark, I think it The eighteen Scouts were held for 113 franchise opera- PICTUIE FRAMING J RIEDEN would be tremendous for organized into shooting groups tions in the St. Louis region. 16 accidents WINDOW GLASS I SERVICE Culver-Stockton as well as of four and each group was Mrs. Turnbangh expects to Canton and Lewis County if supposed to have an initial open the H. & R. Block ACRYLIC FOR DOORS I HERMAN FRIEDI we could reach that figure," hour with open shooting at the operation in Canton on Jan. 3. in county PITTSBURGH PAINT | said Ayers. "It would definite- end of the day. The first group In attendance, with the During the month of Nov- FURNITURE REPAIRS  AUTO IKDY ly be something that the shot for about 45 minutes, and franchise managers, were FURNITURE REFINISHING i & AUTO community and the surround- when it could no longer stand regional director William ember, 1978, members of I GUN REPAIR g in& area could be proud of." the cold wind in the exposed Koontz, of St. Louis, and Troop B of the Missouri State THE STANDARD Highway Patrol investigated I   ST. range area. Another group satellite director Shown 248 traffic accidents in the 16 shot for about 30 minutes and MACHINE CO. I  " '' Don't Wait For Amacher, of Quincy. countiesof Northeast Missouri 'HONE 288.317, CANTON maul s,,,-6u.TtG- Two area youth theByrestmid_afternoonWere cancelled.on Satur- The new tax changes were in which one person was killed ; ..................................................... -- - It To Happ a mo. the many topics pre- day the Scouts fod them- pared for the conference. New and 110 persons were inj-d, i DARLEY REPAIR lillil err named as UMC selves in an ice storm. The programs were discussed to Lewis County recorded 16 gravel used at Deer Ridge had lighten the load of both the accidents, resulting in I0 - SERVICE WE REPAIR ALL Natural disasters can strike at student reps. accumulated perhaps one-half taxpayer and the Internal injuries. Total for the year in inch of sleet and the Scouts Revenue Service. Taxpayers Lewis County is 151 accidents, 'i I Mile West of Jet. MAKES CAR & Till any time. That's why it's smart Michael Collins, son of Mr. slid long distances on the 83 injuries and three fatalities. are encouraged to organize ..... ! 81 & Route E m.F; and Mrs. Harold Collins of glassy surface. With the tax-relatedmateriaisnowand @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ .: .. . . Auto to make sure you're adequately Canton, and Duane Searle, son shooting activity abandoned, to investigate how the new tax Radiator Repairing- 'i ! ,anlron, o. Transm,ssio':"'" covered at all times! Don't of Mr. and Mrs. John Searle the Scouts redirected their laws will affect them. Cleaning and Repairing ! i Farm Equipment our of 00.o.e ,av00 been named 00ne.00y to o00eat00n00 a 00nfo00.t,on be o00.me00 Neil' chance financial disaster as well student representatives of the pile (mimicking an ant colony JOHN C. SCHLAGER I s,.,,..,, oo oo, o. i Don l ... see us right now!  University of Missouri-Colum- at work). By nightfall the pile from the local H & R Block office by calling 497-2307. Sou,h College trill I :: the Form Service bia College of Agriculture. was substantial, yet by mid- Phone 288.3376 Canton, o.l !  AUTO REPAIR 1 Play It Safel Started in 1969, the student night it was gone. A thunder- mm.1;l-.m(L.p  ........... --.ffi." ' .ONe e, z,o, " : :...,..w.,,.,.v..-,y, ffi,, i ......................... " : Phone 288-3900 Canton Insurance Age representative program pro-storm during the night re- 0{- i ......................... "" " ;:;, i nc rides an opportunity for high moved the road ice. Several I::i::WALLPAPER i!ii school juniors and seniors in tents leaked and several wet LeWm rmm C.,UON. a PHONe 2aS- SS, Miuri to meet students in and cold ,scouts tried to keep cTo MO  ::i::i AND SUPPLIES iiii )) ,;.-,.-.__-- i theUMC Collegeof Agricul- warm around two piles of i!ii MART|NSENOUR ::i::i  .ed'=Lo'=y ii  J. H. "JACIC HAIffMANN, AGENT ture, said Ray McClure, coals. THURSDAY, DECI 14, 1978 counseling coordinator for the Upon returning home most iil PAINTS ii!i | college, said that they had a good Two Canton iiii Br.hes, rollers, jii / UU{PtI$ /{ Representatives are avail- time. Dale Collier best ex- able to meet with high school pressed the Saturday night students pledge  & ..p,,. {/ JaaN. /l students in the area to discuss ordeal when he fell asleep One College of Agriculture courses during the hurch worship iii Janney Builders iii (( Ruilti_r lmnlv 1[ "" "" "- " " "' Ct Omega ----''';.-- and programs, services Sunday morning, iiii Supply iiil l/ "--''''ff.-.rr-, )} .., % c.. ,,.., o Canton residents were iiii Canton !:i: ........... : .,,"m ,..,, ., " ..-,. pOOO Oeo eeoooooeeooeo.. eoe _ -- -- -- i wntltes to 3.74S 40  'he ud e lSf ., The American farmer builds two things recently pledged Cl Omega " "" - - - : ] " .  ,, ,,  better than anyone else in the world, social sorority at Culver .... .... s.0  y " Stockton College. . """ ""' "' "  ""  OJl CArrot, eusomu 6Sd He builds the next generation, passing They are Donna Ayers, c..s.... ( .,.os, so....,.,..$,,, J0H -- FOR SALE -- along a special kind of wisdom.., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J c'"'''"'t' k NSON l NEWLISTING rioctfortheoil, hoest.independce. Robert Ayers, and .ary i I PLUMBINGt 18 year  S room home features attached garage, and faith in the future. And he builds his MeCutchan, daughter of Mr. m,a ,n m snu. amass' new carpet, air conditioning, appliances and fenced and Mrs. Newt MeCutehan. n,...,.  ,, .,.. backyard. Excellent condition. Only $24,900,00. land. leaving it better than he found it. Miss Ayers is a senior x s   ,... ,.s .' CIIaTMA8 SPECIAL8 That kind of building usuall requires majoring in physical educa- I ,oo o t PHONE ( ,  wA IMMEDIATE possession on this new 3 bedroom home borrved long-term capital. That's where tin and business administra- I (n] JK q CANTON I '': with 1% baths, central air and full basement. Just lion, and Miss McCutchan is a R SST,0. we have helped for 60 ars. sophomore business major. / " v = . =vv 288 3545 J COUNTRY living at its best in this 2 bedroom home on 1 Both are graduates of, [_ d . m.   acre between Canton and Monticello. This house has a m,, Canton R-V high school, and ....... *" full basement, largeliving room with almest new carpet JI. aJ - -lLt' Land Bank are members of the C-S and enplaned porch. Immediate possession. Only $24,500. women's basketball team. JIM MOON & S0N WILLIAM K G OLDEN Miss Ayers was the team's Bank of Generatu00ns NEAT AS A PIN two bedroom with natural gaS forced  . air heat. Carpm't, large lot, See it this week. $24,000.00.  leading scorer last year. Miss CUSTOM 402 N. lb'TH -- CANTON, MO. McCutchan transferred to C-S PHONE (314) 288. 3194 TWO BEDROOMS, natural gas, all appliances. Cut to after attending the University BULLDOZING ,. & .,,, u,, G,o, b,,,,,, .,,,, $18,000.00!  of Missouri-Columbia on a NEW CAT DOZER CANTON BUSINE88 building with apartment above, basketball scholarship as a Owner will refuse no reasonable offer. Make one today! freshman. Competitive Rates APARTMENT BUILDINGS The Mu Gamma chapter of  For Full U of Fmrm $ "..j THREE APARTMENTS, tenants pay own utilities. Ex- Chi Omega national fraternity JIM MOON  cellent locatimt. Shows good return. $29,500.00. for women was installed at J. ,. ,c..... . KENT MILLER t FOUR. APARTMENTS. near downtown, natural gas. Culver-Stockton in 1927. Exedlent income. Let us show it to you today. $29,900.0 PH. 655 - 4409 PHONE 314- 288 - $6'75. - AND'MUCH MUCH MORE .... CARD OF THANKS -- -- : - - FOUR BEDROOMS, solid as a rock, excellent location. We wish to express our WE SELL At this price, of course it could use a little work. Won't sincere appreciation for the last $13,800.00. many acts of love and Pittsburgh LIKE THIS neat three bedroom home in quiet neighbor- kindness shown us at the time hood, full basement. Worth every penny of $15,900.00. of death of our loved one, OR  1 story three bedroom home with single l krendzen Asst. Vice Pres. Martin Joseph Shuman. Paints garage for 0nly $16,000.00. THE FEDERAL LAND IkNK A. Mrs. Gretchen Shuman HOW ABOUT a fully carpeted six room bungalow with OF NOILTH|AST WS$OUlll Mrs. Florence Shuman  .. ,,'_, . .  .>--,. natural gas forced air heat; dream kitchen; single P.C.A. Office. Canton Mrs. Loretta Danforth garage. A |God buy at $19,500.00. HOUm: 10 3 Tuesday and Family , PRIDE OF' OWNERSHIP shows in this immaculate M.,,, Sow, S. 1=  th, ou ,Wr  816. -ro Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bader three bedromn in excellent neighborhood; large patio, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg ' beautifully landscaped, single garage. $24,900.00. and Family 'TWO YEAR OLD, three bedroom, carpeted, double REAL ESTATE garaga, II bament and lots lots more nestled on ten EMERGENCY HELP FOR SALE OR IF' IT'S A FARM YOU WANT THE MdN}4U| .| ACRE stock and gram farm locatecl near STATE .m.WV,ATL THE STANDARD Wflllamstown, bas one year old $ bedroom home with basement and double garage. Just MOO per acre. CANTON I 5 south h st 8 room. with hath, .t, gas,, MACHINE CO. DON'T MUi8  ue acres with 90 tillable near rooms carpeted. 14 ft. x 24 ft. garage. CB C] 9 .... LaGraage. Ni:e home and improvements. Owner 611 Clark St. 5 bedrooms, dining room, lots of space - lqlaCing. Only  W acre. Call today[ for large family. Remodeled with new carpeting, forced KOlO , CANTON, MO :-.....-:'- Z'/Z A With good lm4provements and 204 acres level air natural gas furnace. :L'.- tillable land, also SO acres M second growth timber to be Commercial location on old Highway 81. Good building withcieared" lqrlt Ume offered for sale in 50 years. $211,000ownc fluanel, with blacktop lot, 400 ft. street frontage.south Monticello Rd, 2 bedroom, with family room, See Us For INSULATIONI llU ACRF,8. 114 acres level cropland. 4 miles from nice kitchen, natural gas furnace, fenced hack yard. Low Cost woo, ,.. ,,0.,., ,..,.,,. r,--. ,,,,, LaGrange. Water pienWul. Owner financing at 8 percent .torMIgl,400.00. LaGRANGE msrtcan F mlyMuttmCo, both heatln8 and air ond/t/on. OR A PROFrF MAKING BUSINE88 5th and FiLmore. 1OxS0 mobile home, 12x15 attached Home Owners Insurance w.. ,,,., 1'IC TOC MOTlr.L located on Highway 81, Taylor. This living room, covered patio, all on 2 city lots. thermal resistance "R". It is rated superior M ton u fit brick motel operates on low overhead and 5th & Washington. 12x60 mobile home, 9x10 metal |O OaF JHWY mAN vrmlculato most xpooded potystryene, keost , excellent return on investment. CaU for details shed, some a/lances and furniture, built-in dressers in s COLLEGE HiLL CANTON. /dO. 806 SOUTH ST.  *tO. fiberglass, and m/neral wool. bedrooms. 60'x120' lot. 'PH. l. 0 OffJ@ 1 story ommerlai bufldl. 3100 sq. ft., 1% lots. Good  . 1 ........... 288- 4427 . . business location. MEETS FHA/HUD VA REQUIREMENTS . L.. A. . s,. I RICHARDS REAL ESTATE Cd. for mu ur..t. l 7,..., I  " E CANTON,. {{ LUMBER Gaylrd, Associafe . .288 5614 CLYDEA. RICHARDS. Brd'er ...... ' ........ 314-Zmt-=4J3 ' .......  " " .... : ...... ' eHONe 3,.:m. -- uo. . $100119 toM| for annual Cu/ver-Stockton Canton Scouts hold Canton, Lewis Counly fund drive (Mlver-S Coilega has dent tar college relations and Edwards. "One goal that they 8urlpasNd its goal of $12,000 in development. "However, it is set for the drive was to the annmd Canton and Lewis ty lhmd Drive, according i ur, ,=d . Sobert Xye,  oL the drive. As d the end o/November, the college had recelved a cash total of $13,47S.94 from very important that those who made pledges to the college send in their pledges before June 30, 1979, so they can be included in this year's totals." Edwards credited the suc- cess of the drive to the hard receive Krong community involvemeM and I think they were a major factor in drawing the community's sup- port. "Credit also has to be given to everyone in the area who Todd Joem letters in soccer campout at Deer Ridge of ha. -. been awarded a varsity "D" The December campout of The Scouts who participated jaket in varsity intercollegi- Scout Troop 174 at Canton was. in the campout included Dale ateoccer at DePauw Univer- held at Deer Ridge Wildlife Collier, Tony Dye, Tracy sity where he is a sophomore. Area, 8 miles north of Lewistown with the purpose of completing the shooting pro- ficiency aspect of the Rifle Howe, Keith Kenner, Robert Lee, Greg Leftwich, Scot Ludwig, Wayne Murphy, Ran- dy aces, Ricky aces, Jerry Anouncement of the honor was made by Page Cotton, head soccer coach and profes- sor of physical education at G&C sj2 N. 4n r.NvoJJ, P a.m.- S 17p.lW. - w0.x;n J*;[' CALL BI4 Cake the area drive with pledges work of Mr. and Mrs. Ayers sent in contributions or made and Shotgun Merit Badge. Spurgeon, Ken Thompson, the private university. the total to $19,119.94. and the number of new givers pledges, but especially those The Troop left from the Lynn Thompson, Neal Thomp- Jones played in five quart- /. 'Ve are very pleased with to the college. , who gave to the college for the Methodist Church at 5:30 p.m. son, Brian Tower, Marc ers (due to an injury he was . PIERCE ', the success of this year's "Enough can t be said for first time." on Friday, Dec. I and Tower, Joe Walter and Danny sidelined) for the 1978 Tigers Canton and Lewis County all the work that Bob and Although Edwards said that returned about 9:30 a.m. on Wiltshire. John Bursewicz, who were 8-4-1, the most wins  Excavating Service "-(loadrive atEdwards,this point,"vice said year sRUth'Ayersfundhavedrive,"put intOsaidthis totalsit was fromdifficultthis to year'sCmparedrivethe RichardSunday' Dec.Thompson3. Georgeand JohnLee' leader.SCutmaster' was. the unit inDePauwthe school'Suniversityhistory, is an  OomtO.oe ssset, mTe'tcKse'womseWUt . " BODY 00lo0d! Bursewicz provided transpor- independent NCAA Division ANO WATee r.LL Din, __, j "--  -- IIl school and member of the North Hwy. 61 i  __ past years, he, was confident tation from Canton and Frank Attend conference Illinois-Indiana Collegiate Sec- /. cautvla. ImAO hOCK. /,, that this year s totals would Ewart provided transportation cer Conference.  swnc TANKS t'tuw . At bmdltll rank as one of the most from Williamstown. The re- in St. Louis Jones is a 1975 graduate of . % mock  Ford Cam. "/.  28- successful Canton drives ever. turn transportation was pro- Central High School, Cape Ayers also said that be was vided by Eddie Dye, Richard H & R Block manager Giradeau, and the son of Dr.  morn m-31 CANTON  CANTON pleased with the results of the Thompson and John Burse- Nancy Turnbaugh of Lewis- and Mrs. Robert Jones of fund drive, but thought that wicz. town attended the annual H. & Canton. '=lml there was still time to The intention was to target R. Block regional conference increase the totals, shoot from three positions to held in St. Louis, on Dec. 8 LOCK IPAII [ "Since we are so close to complete the merit badge, and 9. The conference was Patrol reports XEYS VE h the $20,000 mark, I think it The eighteen Scouts were held for 113 franchise opera- PICTUIE FRAMING J RIEDEN would be tremendous for organized into shooting groups tions in the St. Louis region. 16 accidents WINDOW GLASS I SERVICE Culver-Stockton as well as of four and each group was Mrs. Turnbangh expects to Canton and Lewis County if supposed to have an initial open the H. & R. Block ACRYLIC FOR DOORS I HERMAN FRIEDI we could reach that figure," hour with open shooting at the operation in Canton on Jan. 3. in county PITTSBURGH PAINT | said Ayers. "It would definite- end of the day. The first group In attendance, with the During the month of Nov- FURNITURE REPAIRS  AUTO IKDY ly be something that the shot for about 45 minutes, and franchise managers, were FURNITURE REFINISHING i & AUTO community and the surround- when it could no longer stand regional director William ember, 1978, members of I GUN REPAIR g in& area could be proud of." the cold wind in the exposed Koontz, of St. Louis, and Troop B of the Missouri State THE STANDARD Highway Patrol investigated I   ST. range area. Another group satellite director Shown 248 traffic accidents in the 16 shot for about 30 minutes and MACHINE CO. I  " '' Don't Wait For Amacher, of Quincy. countiesof Northeast Missouri 'HONE 288.317, CANTON maul s,,,-6u.TtG- Two area youth theByrestmid_afternoonWere cancelled.on Satur- The new tax changes were in which one person was killed ; ..................................................... -- - It To Happ a mo. the many topics pre- day the Scouts fod them- pared for the conference. New and 110 persons were inj-d, i DARLEY REPAIR lillil err named as UMC selves in an ice storm. The programs were discussed to Lewis County recorded 16 gravel used at Deer Ridge had lighten the load of both the accidents, resulting in I0 - SERVICE WE REPAIR ALL Natural disasters can strike at student reps. accumulated perhaps one-half taxpayer and the Internal injuries. Total for the year in inch of sleet and the Scouts Revenue Service. Taxpayers Lewis County is 151 accidents, 'i I Mile West of Jet. MAKES CAR & Till any time. That's why it's smart Michael Collins, son of Mr. slid long distances on the 83 injuries and three fatalities. are encouraged to organize ..... ! 81 & Route E m.F; and Mrs. Harold Collins of glassy surface. With the tax-relatedmateriaisnowand @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ .: .. . . Auto to make sure you're adequately Canton, and Duane Searle, son shooting activity abandoned, to investigate how the new tax Radiator Repairing- 'i ! ,anlron, o. Transm,ssio':"'" covered at all times! Don't of Mr. and Mrs. John Searle the Scouts redirected their laws will affect them. Cleaning and Repairing ! i Farm Equipment our of 00.o.e ,av00 been named 00ne.00y to o00eat00n00 a 00nfo00.t,on be o00.me00 Neil' chance financial disaster as well student representatives of the pile (mimicking an ant colony JOHN C. SCHLAGER I s,.,,..,, oo oo, o. i Don l ... see us right now!  University of Missouri-Colum- at work). By nightfall the pile from the local H & R Block office by calling 497-2307. Sou,h College trill I :: the Form Service bia College of Agriculture. was substantial, yet by mid- Phone 288.3376 Canton, o.l !  AUTO REPAIR 1 Play It Safel Started in 1969, the student night it was gone. A thunder- mm.1;l-.m(L.p  ........... --.ffi." ' .ONe e, z,o, " : :...,..w.,,.,.v..-,y, ffi,, i ......................... " : Phone 288-3900 Canton Insurance Age representative program pro-storm during the night re- 0{- i ......................... "" " ;:;, i nc rides an opportunity for high moved the road ice. Several I::i::WALLPAPER i!ii school juniors and seniors in tents leaked and several wet LeWm rmm C.,UON. a PHONe 2aS- SS, Miuri to meet students in and cold ,scouts tried to keep cTo MO  ::i::i AND SUPPLIES iiii )) ,;.-,.-.__-- i theUMC Collegeof Agricul- warm around two piles of i!ii MART|NSENOUR ::i::i  .ed'=Lo'=y ii  J. H. "JACIC HAIffMANN, AGENT ture, said Ray McClure, coals. THURSDAY, DECI 14, 1978 counseling coordinator for the Upon returning home most iil PAINTS ii!i | college, said that they had a good Two Canton iiii Br.hes, rollers, jii / UU{PtI$ /{ Representatives are avail- time. Dale Collier best ex- able to meet with high school pressed the Saturday night students pledge  & ..p,,. {/ JaaN. /l students in the area to discuss ordeal when he fell asleep One College of Agriculture courses during the hurch worship iii Janney Builders iii (( Ruilti_r lmnlv 1[ "" "" "- " " "' Ct Omega ----''';.-- and programs, services Sunday morning, iiii Supply iiil l/ "--''''ff.-.rr-, )} .., % c.. ,,.., o Canton residents were iiii Canton !:i: ........... : .,,"m ,..,, ., " ..-,. pOOO Oeo eeoooooeeooeo.. eoe _ -- -- -- i wntltes to 3.74S 40  'he ud e lSf ., The American farmer builds two things recently pledged Cl Omega " "" - - - : ] " .  ,, ,,  better than anyone else in the world, social sorority at Culver .... .... s.0  y " Stockton College. . """ ""' "' "  ""  OJl CArrot, eusomu 6Sd He builds the next generation, passing They are Donna Ayers, c..s.... ( .,.os, so....,.,..$,,, J0H -- FOR SALE -- along a special kind of wisdom.., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J c'"'''"'t' k NSON l NEWLISTING rioctfortheoil, hoest.independce. Robert Ayers, and .ary i I PLUMBINGt 18 year  S room home features attached garage, and faith in the future. And he builds his MeCutchan, daughter of Mr. m,a ,n m snu. amass' new carpet, air conditioning, appliances and fenced and Mrs. Newt MeCutehan. n,...,.  ,, .,.. backyard. Excellent condition. Only $24,900,00. land. leaving it better than he found it. Miss Ayers is a senior x s   ,... ,.s .' CIIaTMA8 SPECIAL8 That kind of building usuall requires majoring in physical educa- I ,oo o t PHONE ( ,  wA IMMEDIATE possession on this new 3 bedroom home borrved long-term capital. That's where tin and business administra- I (n] JK q CANTON I '': with 1% baths, central air and full basement. Just lion, and Miss McCutchan is a R SST,0. we have helped for 60 ars. sophomore business major. / " v = . =vv 288 3545 J COUNTRY living at its best in this 2 bedroom home on 1 Both are graduates of, [_ d . m.   acre between Canton and Monticello. This house has a m,, Canton R-V high school, and ....... *" full basement, largeliving room with almest new carpet JI. aJ - -lLt' Land Bank are members of the C-S and enplaned porch. Immediate possession. Only $24,500. women's basketball team. JIM MOON & S0N WILLIAM K G OLDEN Miss Ayers was the team's Bank of Generatu00ns NEAT AS A PIN two bedroom with natural gaS forced  . air heat. Carpm't, large lot, See it this week. $24,000.00.  leading scorer last year. Miss CUSTOM 402 N. lb'TH -- CANTON, MO. McCutchan transferred to C-S PHONE (314) 288. 3194 TWO BEDROOMS, natural gas, all appliances. Cut to after attending the University BULLDOZING ,. & .,,, u., G,o, b,,,,,, .,,,, $18,000.00!  of Missouri-Columbia on a NEW CAT DOZER CANTON BUSINE88 building with apartment above, basketball scholarship as a Owner will refuse no reasonable offer. Make one today! freshman. Competitive Rates APARTMENT BUILDINGS The Mu Gamma chapter of  For Full U of Fmrm $ "..j THREE APARTMENTS, tenants pay own utilities. Ex- Chi Omega national fraternity JIM MOON  cellent locatimt. Shows good return. $29,500.00. for women was installed at J. ,. ,c..... . KENT MILLER t FOUR. APARTMENTS. near downtown, natural gas. Culver-Stockton in 1927. Exedlent income. Let us show it to you today. $29,900.0 PH. 655 - 4409 PHONE 314- 288 - $6'75. - AND'MUCH MUCH MORE .... CARD OF THANKS -- -- : - - FOUR BEDROOMS, solid as a rock, excellent location. We wish to express our WE SELL At this price, of course it could use a little work. Won't sincere appreciation for the last $13,800.00. many acts of love and Pittsburgh LIKE THIS neat three bedroom home in quiet neighbor- kindness shown us at the time hood, full basement. Worth every penny of $15,900.00. of death of our loved one, OR  1 story three bedroom home with single l krendzen Asst. Vice Pres. Martin Joseph Shuman. Paints garage for 0nly $16,000.00. THE FEDERAL LAND IkNK A. Mrs. Gretchen Shuman HOW ABOUT a fully carpeted six room bungalow with OF NOILTH|AST WS$OUlll Mrs. Florence Shuman  .. ,,'_, . .  .>--,. natural gas forced air heat; dream kitchen; single P.C.A. Office. Canton Mrs. Loretta Danforth garage. A |God buy at $19,500.00. HOUm: 10 3 Tuesday and Family , PRIDE OF' OWNERSHIP shows in this immaculate M.,,, Sow, S. 1=  th, ou ,Wr  816. -ro Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bader three bedromn in excellent neighborhood; large patio, Mr. and Mrs. June Legg ' beautifully landscaped, single garage. $24,900.00. and Family 'TWO YEAR OLD, three bedroom, carpeted, double REAL ESTATE garaga, II bament and lots lots more nestled on ten EMERGENCY HELP FOR SALE OR IF' IT'S A FARM YOU WANT THE MdN}4U| .| ACRE stock and gram farm locatecl near STATE .m.WV,ATL THE STANDARD Wflllamstown, bas one year old $ bedroom home with basement and double garage. Just MOO per acre. CANTON I 5 south h st 8 room. with hath, .t, gas,, MACHINE CO. DON'T MUi8  ue acres with 90 tillable near rooms carpeted. 14 ft. x 24 ft. garage. CB C] 9 .... LaGraage. Ni:e home and improvements. Owner 611 Clark St. 5 bedrooms, dining room, lots of space - lqlaCing. Only  W acre. Call today[ for large family. Remodeled with new carpeting, forced KOlO , CANTON, MO :-.....-:'- Z'/Z A With good lm4provements and 204 acres level air natural gas furnace. :L'.- tillable land, also SO acres M second growth timber to be Commercial location on old Highway 81. Good building withcieared" lqrlt Ume offered for sale in 50 years. $211,000ownc fluanel, with blacktop lot, 400 ft. street frontage.south Monticello Rd, 2 bedroom, with family room, See Us For INSULATIONI llU ACRF,8. 114 acres level cropland. 4 miles from nice kitchen, natural gas furnace, fenced hack yard. Low Cost woo, ,.. ,,0.,., ,..,.,,. r,--. ,,,,, LaGrange. Water pienWul. Owner financing at 8 percent .torMIgl,400.00. LaGRANGE msrtcan F mlyMuttmCo, both heatln8 and air ond/t/on. OR A PROFrF MAKING BUSINE88 5th and FiLmore. 1OxS0 mobile home, 12x15 attached Home Owners Insurance w.. ,,,., 1'IC TOC MOTlr.L located on Highway 81, Taylor. This living room, covered patio, all on 2 city lots. thermal resistance "R". It is rated superior M ton u fit brick motel operates on low overhead and 5th & Washington. 12x60 mobile home, 9x10 metal |O OaF JHWY mAN vrmlculato most xpooded potystryene, keost , excellent return on investment. CaU for details shed, some a/lances and furniture, built-in dressers in s COLLEGE HiLL CANTON. /dO. 806 SOUTH ST.  *tO. fiberglass, and m/neral wool. bedrooms. 60'x120' lot. 'PH. l. 0 OffJ@ 1 story ommerlai bufldl. 3100 sq. ft., 1% lots. Good  . 1 ........... 288- 4427 . . business location. MEETS FHA/HUD VA REQUIREMENTS . L.. A. . s,. I RICHARDS REAL ESTATE Cd. for mu ur..t. l 7,..., I  " E CANTON,. {{ LUMBER Gaylrd, Associafe . .288 5614 CLYDEA. RICHARDS. Brd'er ...... ' ........ 314-Zmt-=4J3 ' .......  " " .... : ...... ' eHONe 3,.:m. -- uo.