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BY MRS. CECIL MC FADDEN tWO Sat. Canton Post Office and their wives held a retire- party for Richard and pending retire- for Hardin Benning, on the Golden Dinner The- present were Mr. Glasgow, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wagner, Mr. and Hoffman, Mr. Eston Moon, Mr. Jessie Franks, Mr. Kenneth Morris and and Mrs. Dale Fox, Mrs. Wayne Bixler, Stfffey, Michael Edwin Frye. Mrs. Othal Vauglm Mr. and Mrs. home to Ope- La. Monday evening funeral of their Earl Vaughn. Mr. Vaughn returned luncheon to honor of Mrs. Andrew was held Thursday, in the home of Mr. and Marks. After a carry-in meal was Mrs. Baxter opened her gifts. The the afternoon was and looking at Others present were B. Horn, Mrs. Sue Mrs. Etta Boulware, Hardin, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. and Mr. and Ellisun. Those unable to attend Delores Boulware I. Pat Hardin. Mrs. Robert Mc- and children of Ill. spent Saturday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Van Tress. Miss Maria Garner, a student at SMSU in Spring- field, arrived home Thursday of this week to spend her Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garner and Karen. Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Steinbeck and family were Mrs. Dale Jacobs, Katrina and Kelli, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burke and Jamie, Tim Blackmore, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes, Robin and Chris, and Mrs. Cecil McFad- den. Dr. and Mrs. David Dodson and Beth Anne of Nashville, Tenn. arrived by plane Friday to visit until Sunday evening with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Dodson and Anne. Other dinner guests Sunday in the Dodson home were Dennis Vickers of Ewing, Miss Bren- da Dodson and Jeff Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy and Ella and Mrs. Mae Brumbaugh went to Maline Sunday to attend the 50th wedding anniversary for Cap- tain and Mrs. Truman Heal- rick in the Le Claire Hotel where they have an apart- ment. The open house was hosted by their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hedrick and Anne of Carbondale. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dorris and their employees at Lewis County Motor Co. and their wives and husbands held their Christmas party Saturday night on the Golden Eagle Riverboat. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coartney, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stice, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pflibsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Egerton, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Boltz and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Glover attended the elementary musical concert Sunday in the Senior High School in Quincy. Their granddaughter, Angela Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Watson, was in the concert. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Garner of Stronghurst, Ill. and Sarah Smith of Lima were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garner and Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Wilson, Mitch, Claudia and Wendy visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dauley and Alisha in Bloomfield, Ia., and cele- brated Claudia's llth birthday on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe of Hamilton visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFad- den, Miss Carol Sandy and Mrs. Mae Brurnbaugh were Thursday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David and helped Robert celebrate his 11th birthday. Mrs. Lee served birthday cake and ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Garnet were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Merl Hamill. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Spurgeon and Monte of Quincy visited Sunday evening with her mother, Mrs. Hamill. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ellison, Mark, Joe and Kathy of St. Peters, Mo. spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zmmett Ellison of Monticello and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiskirchen. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ellison. Mrs. Bud Priebe returned home from Blessing Hospital in Quincy Saturday, Dec. 2. Lewis Zahn, who had surgery in St. Mary Hospital year you promised that each week would save a little help with Christmas , you forgot and ore again --Christmastime and running CANTON SENIOR :;::t;= c"'' SF, ASe00S GM00GS [ Exercise classes are held on W Nenut nes" d3Y amt 9ea"0 arem served Monday through Friday. Call . Betty Shuman 3498, Sidney White 4443, or the Center 3633 for reservations. Coming Events: Dec. 18, ceramics 9 a.m. The nutrition meal will not be served on Friday, Dec. 22. THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1978 in Quincy Wednesday, Dec. 6, returned home Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Charles Meyer entered Blessing Hospital in Quincy Saturday, Dec. 2 and her room number is 6437. Mr. and Mrs. David Stein- beck entertained Saturday night with a Christmas party for their employees on the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. I,es Dimmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes, Mrs. Cecil McFadden, Chris Maas, Barb Dochterman, Larry Taylor and Tim Black- more. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sch- lager of Quincy entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the 86th birthday of his aunt, Mrs. Lee Schlager. Other nieces and nephews of Mrs. Schlager present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman, Maria and John and J. R. Ellis of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Clarence and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolfmeyer of LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hoffman were invited but were unable to attend. CARD OF THANKS Many, many thanks for the special acts of kindness, cards, flowers, prayers, visi- tations, and meals for me and my family following my surgery. May each and every- one have God's special bless- ings. Virginia Dickerson D00Jt$ This Week's Specml Mint Choc. Chip Banana Split Fudge 3 for $3.39 V= Gal, $1),5 . i SPECIALS EFFECTIV MANOR FRUIT CAKE Just what aunt Martha +ordered. HAVING TROUBLE FINDING A CHRISTMAS GIFT I / CHEESE CROCK i The.perfect gift for  uncle Bill. FBR EIRIST/4AS ! ,, , L / SPEEiAbS IH ear s00ng00-s EGGNOG j.. Just the thing for holiday parties. I I I IIIII 300 S. 4h Canton, Nk). TENDERLOIN SANDWICH ALL FLAVORS on Christmas money. ALSO IN Reg. GRADE A EGGS Hannibal .. - t; mA get ready for Christmas 1979. With o  Palmyra& 89 c  . Doz. i + ntor, State Bank Christmas Club Account  FROZEN " ,u make 49 payments and we make the I DERS FRUIT i  '6..8_. ii Ith for you. SEE US TODF::IY! DAIRY P..c. Ca+nton State Bank 2 BREAD+ ,o0+, * 49 00+F-DIC ='='=: " 79 c DJIkNG LENDER  v.. 9 e. s,doy, REG. s3.7S BY MRS. CECIL MC FADDEN tWO Sat. Canton Post Office and their wives held a retire- party for Richard and pending retire- for Hardin Benning, on the Golden Dinner The- present were Mr. Glasgow, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wagner, Mr. and Hoffman, Mr. Eston Moon, Mr. Jessie Franks, Mr. Kenneth Morris and and Mrs. Dale Fox, Mrs. Wayne Bixler, Stfffey, Michael Edwin Frye. Mrs. Othal Vauglm Mr. and Mrs. home to Ope- La. Monday evening funeral of their Earl Vaughn. Mr. Vaughn returned luncheon to honor of Mrs. Andrew was held Thursday, in the home of Mr. and Marks. After a carry-in meal was Mrs. Baxter opened her gifts. The the afternoon was and looking at Others present were B. Horn, Mrs. Sue Mrs. Etta Boulware, Hardin, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. and Mr. and Ellisun. Those unable to attend Delores Boulware I. Pat Hardin. Mrs. Robert Mc- and children of Ill. spent Saturday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Van Tress. Miss Maria Garner, a student at SMSU in Spring- field, arrived home Thursday of this week to spend her Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garner and Karen. Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Steinbeck and family were Mrs. Dale Jacobs, Katrina and Kelli, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burke and Jamie, Tim Blackmore, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes, Robin and Chris, and Mrs. Cecil McFad- den. Dr. and Mrs. David Dodson and Beth Anne of Nashville, Tenn. arrived by plane Friday to visit until Sunday evening with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Dodson and Anne. Other dinner guests Sunday in the Dodson home were Dennis Vickers of Ewing, Miss Bren- da Dodson and Jeff Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy and Ella and Mrs. Mae Brumbaugh went to Maline Sunday to attend the 50th wedding anniversary for Cap- tain and Mrs. Truman Heal- rick in the Le Claire Hotel where they have an apart- ment. The open house was hosted by their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hedrick and Anne of Carbondale. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dorris and their employees at Lewis County Motor Co. and their wives and husbands held their Christmas party Saturday night on the Golden Eagle Riverboat. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coartney, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stice, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pflibsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Egerton, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Boltz and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Glover attended the elementary musical concert Sunday in the Senior High School in Quincy. Their granddaughter, Angela Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Watson, was in the concert. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Garner of Stronghurst, Ill. and Sarah Smith of Lima were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garner and Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Wilson, Mitch, Claudia and Wendy visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dauley and Alisha in Bloomfield, Ia., and cele- brated Claudia's llth birthday on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe of Hamilton visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFad- den, Miss Carol Sandy and Mrs. Mae Brurnbaugh were Thursday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David and helped Robert celebrate his 11th birthday. Mrs. Lee served birthday cake and ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Garnet were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Merl Hamill. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Spurgeon and Monte of Quincy visited Sunday evening with her mother, Mrs. Hamill. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ellison, Mark, Joe and Kathy of St. Peters, Mo. spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zmmett Ellison of Monticello and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiskirchen. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ellison. Mrs. Bud Priebe returned home from Blessing Hospital in Quincy Saturday, Dec. 2. Lewis Zahn, who had surgery in St. Mary Hospital year you promised that each week would save a little help with Christmas , you forgot and ore again --Christmastime and running CANTON SENIOR :;::t;= c"'' SF, ASe00S GM00GS [ Exercise classes are held on W Nenut nes" d3Y amt 9ea"0 arem served Monday through Friday. Call . Betty Shuman 3498, Sidney White 4443, or the Center 3633 for reservations. Coming Events: Dec. 18, ceramics 9 a.m. The nutrition meal will not be served on Friday, Dec. 22. THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1978 in Quincy Wednesday, Dec. 6, returned home Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Charles Meyer entered Blessing Hospital in Quincy Saturday, Dec. 2 and her room number is 6437. Mr. and Mrs. David Stein- beck entertained Saturday night with a Christmas party for their employees on the Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. I,es Dimmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes, Mrs. Cecil McFadden, Chris Maas, Barb Dochterman, Larry Taylor and Tim Black- more. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sch- lager of Quincy entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the 86th birthday of his aunt, Mrs. Lee Schlager. Other nieces and nephews of Mrs. Schlager present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman, Maria and John and J. R. Ellis of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Clarence and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolfmeyer of LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hoffman were invited but were unable to attend. CARD OF THANKS Many, many thanks for the special acts of kindness, cards, flowers, prayers, visi- tations, and meals for me and my family following my surgery. May each and every- one have God's special bless- ings. Virginia Dickerson D00Jt$ This Week's Specml Mint Choc. Chip Banana Split Fudge 3 for $3.39 V= Gal, $1),5 . i SPECIALS EFFECTIV MANOR FRUIT CAKE Just what aunt Martha +ordered. HAVING TROUBLE FINDING A CHRISTMAS GIFT I / CHEESE CROCK i The.perfect gift for  uncle Bill. FBR EIRIST/4AS ! ,, , L / SPEEiAbS IH ear s00ng00-s EGGNOG j.. Just the thing for holiday parties. I I I IIIII 300 S. 4h Canton, Nk). TENDERLOIN SANDWICH ALL FLAVORS on Christmas money. ALSO IN Reg. GRADE A EGGS Hannibal .. - t; mA get ready for Christmas 1979. With o  Palmyra& 89 c  . Doz. i + ntor, State Bank Christmas Club Account  FROZEN " ,u make 49 payments and we make the I DERS FRUIT i  '6..8_. ii Ith for you. SEE US TODF::IY! DAIRY P..c. Ca+nton State Bank 2 BREAD+ ,o0+, * 49 00+F-DIC ='='=: " 79 c DJIkNG LENDER  v.. 9 e. s,doy, REG. s3.7S