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Forest City aivd Vicinity
HAgl'ENlNOS OK INTEREST, AS RECORDED Y DELPHEUS llv. V. n. IVimnon. naitor of rectors of tho Homo H t he .Muryvlllo iiapllsl Cliurcn, nnci.irs. oncim-um !"..-. ..... ' , , . I,,.! Tuesday i.Wn.nn .rwot I'li.-inWIvlni? . nv and fiom Huiclton, Kansas, whoio he ha burg, Iowa, dime tlon asl i""iiu Dunk, fit .Mr. li. 11. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Mitchell arc' town, JJo., and Mrs. Collins, of St. the proud parent of a fine eight I Joseph, came up Saturday evening and pound baby girl, which was born last visited at the home of their daughter Thursday, Nov. 27, nnd Grandpa nnd'and sister, .Mrs. Ilesslc Combs. Grandma Mitchell nnd Grandpa nnd' Guy I'lummcr, of the Union ills Grandma Geo. l'atterson aic all wear- irjct, Is on the sick list. We hope Ing the smile that won't come off. Dr. for his recovery soon. K h. llullock was in nttcn.lance. Mr. Matllo Koitcr and children. Ed Cookscy and family, of Hnm-l0f near Oregon, spent Sunday with night with Itcv. U. I.. Slratton and Wife. It. II. Sheffield, wife and baby nnd .Mrs. Chris Jamison spent Sunday with II. J. Wiley and family, near New 1'olnt. Uasal llennvtt, Otto Stallurd nm been ussistant cashier of the State Ilank there. He hus also been with the Wellington National Hunk at Wel lington, Kunsus. He served for a year n the ch of clerk in the tiuurtcrmus- ter corps at Jacksonville, Florida, from which he wus honorublv discharged. He comes hero highly recommended, llcrber Richardson were homo from un, (,,, m, muc, experience in the William Jewell College for Thanks- L,ankn(C business. Mr. Sheffield will giving. They were looking well and probably remain with us nt least six lirnuirht irooil reports from the college. Herbert Richardson and llusul Ilennctt made shoit talks nt the llaptist church Sunday morning. Some of the Wil liam Jcucll boys nio considering go ing to the coal fields. The college has offered to ullow them credit for time spent digging coal. Mrs. Clarence lenders, of Kan has City, returned home last Sunday on the noon train, taking with her lu r mother-ln-luw, Mrs. Ella Lnmlois. The latter had her wrist crippled some ilnys ago by a full, ami she will vllt her son, Cluivtice ami family, In Kan sas City while lecuperutlng. This Is the week the llaptists ate putting on their drive for 1175,000,000. The reports thus fur from the differ i nt churches Is very enrouiuging, most of thoe lepolling giving mole than was apportioned them. Joe Williams, of Savannah, cumo over Sunday and visited until Monday ovenlng nt the Mrs. Vine llovey home. Mi. Dan llutk, Ji.. and Miss Jencnl Hulk, of Kansas City, and Miss .Maude (iifscr, of l'lirtescue, spent Thanksgiving day at the li. II. Shef field home. J. E. Alklre and fainilv snent the lav. Monday, with his mother, Mis. sas, Mrs, I'm I Wei V. J. Alklre ami Ira Alklie und fain- of Oiegon, Mis. 1). Ily. months longer, but we hope ho und his family will decide to make this their permanent home. I'or Sale Some open Gilts and a few choice trieii Sows; also several Registered Short-Horn Hull Calves. II. II. TERHUNE & SON, Roth l'honcs. Forest City, Mo. S. E. Chambers und family spent Thanksgiving ut the Vtn). ritiinuuuce home in Kinisey district. Mrs. Chus. Hasten, of St. Joseph, cuinc up Wcdncsduy ot hist week, unci visited u few days heru with Win. Gal- bruith und family, returning to her home Satuiduy. Miss Grace l.mg went to Coin, Iowa, lust Wednesday, whero iho spent Thanksgiving with her mother, Mr. und Mis. Jesse Stump, returning home Monday. Miskcs Calllc and l.cnnls Glass Men- shopping in St. Joeph, last Wed nesday. .nn. II. (!. Curson nml children, of I'lurindu, Iowa, came down lust Wediiesda and spent Thanksgiving with her folks, Mr. ami .Mrs. I.. J. Stott. returning homo Saturday. George Reeves and wife, John It. Reeves ami wife, of Muscoluh, Run and son, hldoii. M. Miller, Rev. I F. II. lloxle uml mother, of lllgelow, (I... .... ... It I ll..i... c hour was pleasantly spent und ull too 'soon did the two hours of social en- Harry William ami sbder, Miss; '' aunU of Daniel iiuhn, fir., rm. look Thnnksirlvlnv dinner wltli unit wile, I liunKsglving day. 1 lie noon O. !.. Iiummei uml family. Mrs. iionry .mi ue .or nn.i daugn- KaKcmenl ,,,,, riltm.r ,1XL. r( or. Miss lloiii. und Mrs. P. M. Ht;l'I ,evotiimul excrcl-c and gave an Inter- "... ... ' estlntr tulk on the truths of the Kosnel in mo v,. j. t.niss nome. I lift subject being "For what is your .ins. iiaroin .Miirxi. oi uregnn,' me. spent I rlduy with her parents, John, Mrs. S. Reed, of Napier, visited rrnnre. jr.. linn luinuy. 'several days lust week Willi Ills niutli ('. E. Nelnnd shipped u car lead er, .Mrs. fieorgo Reed. 1'innce ami son. liiissii, spent the nit-' (.'late l-.veisoii, of HI. Ismis, cumo ter pnrt of Inst week with their son In lust Wednesday and spent u few ami brother, it. it. Noliind uml family,' days with his patents Mr. ami Mrs, in rttcnisoii, Kansas. rat i-.verfen. (.. I-, ..Sidand sliippcd u car loud .Mrs. l.on Elder returned to hei or Hogs to the ht. Joseph maiket, rri- liome in Mound City, last Thurnuv day. I after nn extended visit with her moth- J. M. .Shumate was transacting er, Mrs. Susan Hledsoe. business in St. Jovph. Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Elton, of Tin Mrs. J. W. ntzmaurire went to kio, sent Thanksgiving with her pui Kansas City, Sunday, wlieie tdu, snent eats. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Kunkel. li few days with her sister, .Mrs. II. I.., John Reeves und wife, of Mus. I'.vcison, Icntuh, Kansas, came over Wednesday Judge Eustln, of St. Joseph, was night of Inst week and spent several transacting ousiness in our city, r n- days Willi their parents, Jlr. and Mrs, day. I Dan lluhn, Sr., und Mr. und Mrs. Geo Miss Hettle Heeler leturned home' Reeve. Monday evening from Evanston, 1 11.. i Mr, uml Mrs. Clile Maikhum, of win-re sue nn oren spending n lew Kansas Lily, were visiting iiianKsglv days with Miss Marlorie FlUmaurlce.i ing day ulth her slslei,, .Mr. and Mrs, nn is aiienoing srnooi mere. .Missjr, V. rirotl llettlu also visited the schools ill Oil cngo, and reports that she enjoyed the time while idio wns away. Ml. T. I'. FiUmaucice taught Miss Nettle's classes In school while she wns tiwuy, uml says It was getting bark to the most enjoyable davs of her life. J. I.. Ellis and Albert Guthrie, of the Kenton district, shipped a rnr of hogs to the St. Joseph matket, .Mon day. Mrs. Vine llovey and Miss Ijuirn, Mis Anna (Inherit ami T. K. Ton re and fumlly went over to Savannah, nnd took Thanksgiving dinner at the Joe Williams home. Frank Golden was transacting business in St. Jocnh, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Emeiy went to I.udlow. Mn last Wednesday, and upent Thanksgiving with his hrntheis nnd sister. Messrs. II. I,, nnd G. A. Emery ami Mr. ami Mrs. V. N. Rich ards, returning home I'riduy. -Hugh and Earl Wilson and fnml- Ernest Geoffloy visited a few days, the latter part of last week, witl relatives nml friends ut llolton, Kan sas. It wus u new experience for Ern est to listen to me coyotes in niglil Mr. and Mrs, J, 1'. Scott spent Thanksgiving with her puicnts, Mr. and Mrs. ('. II. Rayhlll. In Oirgnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Spoor, of Ore gon, Virgil SI lies and family, Frank ijpshaw and John Story took dinner and spent the day, lust Thursduy, ut the Hmda Sines home. Mrs. Nate Martin nnd fumlly, of Llarimln, lown, spent a few duysheie, the latter iwtrt ol lust week, twin lie mother ami sister, Mrs. G. M. Waddle and Mr. and Mrs. Grant mtcli. Ray Comer uml fumlly spent lliunksir ving witu her patents. .Mr uml Mrs. Win. Kollmer. in St. Josenh II. E. Hruner und family and Mr. unit .Mrs. rroil hniimer spent l hanks. giving wuii .Mr. ami .Mrs. .-much koii nier lies, of Oregon, spent Thanksgiving; Oscar Carter, who Is walking for wuii men- parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. J. llie lien lllscull Co., ul Umuliu, came ji. nson. .iloun Thursday and snent a few duyi Mr. A. M. lliown came here tltoi with his folks, Mr. und Mrs. John Car j rsi oi .-Novemtier, anil hus tuken ter, icturning to Omuhu, Sunduy. charge as cashier ami ono of the ill- OA 1.1 ME FOR DATES. Col. J. W. Crouse Auctioneer STOCK AND FARM SALES A SPECIALTY. ROTH niONES. FOREST CITY :i MISSOURI. Escoc Stnlcun and family. Wesley Strouil und family wind Lewis Stroud ond fumlly took dinner and spent the day, last Thursday, with Georgo Stroud ,anu lamuy. , Mrs. E. Cnskey and son, Robcit of htclla. .Neb., cumo over Thanks. giving evening for u week's visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. 11 rock ami rnmliy. Miss Sue Halfrv. of Kansas City and Airs. Sum llogby. ot St. Joseph cumo un Friday evcnlmr und made u fow iluy' visit hero with their uncle. .Major uiark and laniliy. Mr. und Mrs. John Anderson re eclved a message, Thursduy evening stating that his brother-in-law. Mr Georgo Harvey had died at his home In St. Joseph that evening. Mr. und Mrs. Anderson went down Friday, and Mr. Anderson remained lor tlio run' oral, which was held Sunday after noon. SELL YOUR CORN AND WHEAT TO FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO. FOREST CITY : MISSOURI Dealers in FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED, CORN CHOP, COAL and arc spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. llcssle Combs. Miss Anna Gohccn was shopping in St. Joseph, Suturduy. l.lovd Hrnzcl came down Saturday from Sioux City, Iowa, and Is making n visit with his folks, Robert Hratcl ami family, at Mound City, lie was in our city insi saiuruay. Mrs. E. L. Hrodbcck and dauch- tcrs, Mrs. Hugh Wilson and Miss Kate Hrodbcck, were shopping in St. Joseph, Saturday. Wm. Hakcr, Sr., Mrs, Emma Holt- greve, II. K. Cotton anil family, l.nr mar I'russmnn and wife, lwis Kim- mcl and family, and hd Keastcr nnd family, of near Oreiron. snent the day and took dinner nt the Win. Dobbins home, Thanksgiving. -James Rosehrook, of Lovelnnd, Colo., came in the first of last week and Is visiting with his cousins, Ed und John Cotton and families. Mrs. Rosa Dick, of Council HlulTs, Iowa, nnd Mrs. Ethel Osborn, of lllge low, came down Friday morning of Inst week, and spent the day with II. R. Cotton und family, returning home Saturday. Mrs. E. C. Tucker, of Troy. Knn sas, came over Friday and Is making a visit wuii tier duugiiicr, .Mr. und Mrs. (iulnn Quirk und baby, Mrs. J. T. Hlimlngham was a St. oseph visitor, Inst Wednefday. i,. A. iianKS ami daughter, i.nrene. were having dental work done In Ore gon, Monday. A seven pound girl wns Imrn to Mrs. Mnry Day. Friday night. Nov. 2!). Dr. E. L. Gardner was in attendance. Last Thursday niuht. a most suc cessful program nnd box supper was given at the llluff City school house. Miss Mary Jonoirun be nc the teacher There wus an excellent Thanksgiving pronram rendered, hour lioxes brought $3.76. The two-pound box of randy brought $!l.:il. and was irlvcn to Miss Mnry I'russmnn ns being the mnt popular younir lady niesent. John Dutton received the corn cob pipe fori her brother, John Schucffer, Jr., und family John Anderson and family spent Thunkrgivlng with Mrs. Anna Efncr and daughter, Miss Glace. Mr. and Mrs. Huny Milno nnd son. Frank Edgar, nttended the Mis' souri and Kansas foot ball game, at I.uwrcncc, Kansas, thanksgiving tiny, Missouri won tlio game. Howard S. Tcare, of Oregon, and Harry C. Tcnre, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday wun ineir momcr, .Mrs. .nam da Tcurc. A. J. Lvons und fumlly utc Thanksgiving dinner with W. E. Rich ardson and lam v. Herbert Hurk. of Rulo. Neb., and friend, Miss Ruth Cooper, of Kansas City, spent Saturday with his sister, .Mr. ami .Mrs. rcrry tuiney urni nun llv. Mr. und Mrs. 11. II. Smallwood, of St. Joseph, are the proud parents of u utile daughter, horn .Monday, -ov. 4 liev. Smallwood wus lormerly pusior ol the Methodist church hole. Albert, thu little son of Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Richurdson, hus been un the sick list the past week, tiul Is bet ter ut this writing, we uic glud to learn. Miss llar.el Lyons spent last Thursday ut the Geotgo I.eaie home In the lulcw tide district. Mrs. .Myrtle Dawson returned to her home in Iowa Point. Kuiimis, lust r'lida), after u week's visit here with .Mr. ami .Mrs. John l-mzici Thu llaptist Uidics' Aid society Held li i.iku sale ut the Alklre store lust Vwdiicsiluy afternoon, und clcum about $'Jli.OO. They wish to thank nil who assisted them in making it a suc cess. -O. A. Williams left lust Thursday night for Colorado. l.ut Tuesday, while Mrs. C. L. Rich tirdson and son, Albert, were driving their car near Mound City, the steer ing wheel broke in some way, and the car was turned over. Fortunately, no ono was liijuied. 1.00 iieuvcr, of licnton district. church were entertained nt dinner at the parsonage Monday evening, after which the business session of the quarterly conference was held. An Interesting feature of this occasion was the nftcr-dlnncr speeches on vo- rlnti. ml, wt nprtn nlnir to the work of the church, Mr. It. W. Fawks, us I toastmaster, presiding. Covers wcrci laid for the following: Rev. II. D. Thompson, of St. Joseph, Mo.; R. V.I rnwKS, J. A. lasc, u. r.. r.uiu.j, . Ilalph .Meyer, Allien hoiimer, u. r.. Evans, S. M. Coffmnn, D. C. Stnllard, C. L. Mills, Frank Mills nnd the host, Rev. C. J. Chappell. Altogether n wns an occasion long to be remember ed by those present. rrt.iiuu. Sunday School Contest Closes. Thorn Im been nuite nn interesting contest between the young Indie ami gentlemen of Clnss No. 4, of the Methodist Sunduy school, .Mrs. iiaipn Meverf teacher. This contest closed Sunday, Nov. 23, In favor of the young Indies. The young gentlemen of the rlnss Invited the vounc ladles to u social nt the home of S. M. Coffmnn, north of town. The evening was spent In L'ames. music nnd rrudings, uml then the young Indies wore Invited to u most sumptuous two-course luncheon, consisting of oyster soup, fried oysters, celery, pickles, tirrad ami nut ter snmlwichos, cocoa und Ice cream nnd cake, which was all arranged by the young men of the class. It Is needless to sav this was very mech enjoyed nnd appreciated by the ladles of the clnss. Although it wus u very onny night, the following were pres ent: Mrs, Ralph .Meyer, Misses Grace Efner. Itemlce (hillock. Tracy lllevins, Cecil llnrmon, .Mary Alklre, Anne An derson, Alda Coffmnn and Mrs, Frank Mills; Mosms. Ralph Meyer. Frnnk Mills. llr.mM Waggoner, Otto Slid Intnl. George Terliune. Wilbur Dunn and 1 liomus ine Ionic. Saint or sinner, Jew or Gentile. Catholic or Protestant, come nnd bring your children. Vou are alwaya welcome. 1 RICHARD L. STRATTON, I'astor. Ahbolt-Andcrson. Edward F. Abbott, of Tulsa, Okla., nml Anna l.co Anderson, or rorcst City, Mo were married nt tho homo of the bride's purcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. St. Clair, of Forest City, nt 2:30, Wed nesday, Nov. 20, miu. rmiay, mey left for Tulsa, where they will mako their future home. The congratula tions of many friends follow them. R. L. Stratton, pastor of tho Baptist church, officiated. Young People's Meeting Organized. The young people met at the llap tist church, at 6:30, Sunday evening, with Prof. Conner ns lender. After a short lesson, nn organization wns per fected by the election of Gcrtrudo Lvons, president, nnd Donald Shumate, secretary. The leader next Sunday is Agnes linker. Services begin ut 0:30, All young people Invited. Come, you arc welcome. X. X. the Inzlest man, getting Cft votes. Mrs.iw very pleasiintly surpiiscd Inst I Inula Sipes received the cake for be. Ing the most popular married lady present, bringing $1.0.1, There wns 0.02 cleared. Arthur 1 1 it ser was the auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. I'. 1' CikIitI l,.,,U tinner. Sunday, tit the l)mt lltiim. .1 home. Miss Tmrv lllevlni. of the Idle. wilde district, spent Friday und Sntur- my ni tne .Mrs. Anna Kfner homo. Ilw trill .Mover anil fnin v nm Jas. Meyer nml family spent Sunday in tue .iienwnv noover Home. Mrs. Mo o Giilbralth look dinner Thanksgiving day with her son, V'm. Gnlbrulth ami family, and sunner nt the Lewis Stalcup home. O-rur Moore and family spent Saturday In St. Joseph. .Mr. am .Mrs. lialnli 1'iussmun m the proud parents of nn eight-pound baby hoy, born lust Friday mornlm- Nov. 28, Dr. E. I.. Gardner wus In nt- tendance. Mrs. E. 1 1 rock and daughter. .miss iotei nmt .Mrs. uiskcv anil son, itooert, went lo crnlg, Sunday, where they spent tho day with their duiiKh- ters and sister, Mrs. W. A. Tuvlor and family. Dr. Itov Gelvln nml fnmlU- ..f .in ',, , ,. . ... . . ' . . rinniore, visneii Munnay Willi his moth er, Mrs. Mary Gelvln, und J. P. Mills nnd wire. Miss Muttie Henry, of near Mult. land, mine down Inst Wednesday and spent u fow duys with her aunt.' Mrs. Mile tireinor und family, return nir to her home Sunday. Alfred Nnlnnd. of Nunler. snent Hutumuy with his mother, .Mrs Lou sii Nolum . Miss Mabel MrGuirn wns visitintf from Friday until Sunday with James .Mci.iannnnn umi turn ly. Mr, und Mrs. Oscar Isaacson urn, the proud parents of u baby girl, born Thlirnihiv. Nov. '? Thiv linvn nnninil tne uuuy currte ciiinerine, alter itotl Tundmothcrs. Mrs. Mar' Cooksey, ot Middle Hiiinesi iay. wneu it numner or ne u i- bors canto in and husked cum for linn. Ills wife has been very low the niist eight weeks with typhoid, hut she Is now slowly improving, we tire glad to iimw, I nose who helped husk corn for .Mr. Heaver weie: Sum -Vowels. Will Corby, Smith Derr. Webster Detr, u. l., cason uml two sons, Dale anil Fred uml Leo Fields, Mr. und Mis. Heaver coituinly appreciate this fuvor, Hurry Williams returned to I lot. yoke, Colo., Friday, ufter un extended visit Hero Willi his patents, Georgo Williams ami fumlly, llcrshcl Maker, who hus been out thcro baklntr for the "Red" Hrock bakery in Harry's pluco, .l-.UI,lll, (IWIIIU OUIlllil, John WaL-L'onel' nnd wife Hiient Thanksgiving with Roy Anderson and fumlly. vc are sorry to hear of our fel low citizen. "Unc o I'an to. C.) Plum- nier, Ising on the sick list with heart irouiue. wo nopo for Ills icenvery soon. hlrt Nicholson shinned a car lout of cattle untl hogs to tho'St. Joseph morsel, .uonday. I'orct City MclhiMllst Church. Services fo rnoxt Sunday as follows Sunday school at 10 o'clock; preach ing ut 11 o clock bv the nustor: En. worth league at (5:30, led by the new- ly installed piosiilent, .Mr, Frank .Mills, l lino will bo no prcachlnt: ser vlre at the evening hour, hecuuse of the meeting ut the Hunt st church itev. ii. ii, iiiompson, or St. Joseph, preached n grout sermon Sunday eve ning, i no ntiicial members of thu ANK1NO BOOKKUPINO At LEHMAN'S Tk At ! out J1 slwrt lnlh ol pitt fftWM of tvtrjr dturiptlon U i tketl lot i of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You csn ts rvsr Klf ty tridmf t LEHMAN'S on REMNANT DAY ri.r.-l City HaplUt Church. The pvnncellstlr meellnirs at the' Huntlst church liegan Monday evening, l Seivlces cucli evening nt 7:30 prompt-, . ... Mindny school next Sunday ut n it. m. 1'rcnchlng nt 11 n, in, nml :."( p. in. Every one cmdliilly invited to come ami take part. I.cl all singers no right up in tne imnl and tnke pnrt without further Invitation. Misses' and Chlhlien's lllnck llenuty lltw nt 20 ami 32 cents per pulr. Absolutely fast colors, ami n hose you will pay 5.1 and (IS cents for niter tin. i.uy in your puMoiy ut uhove prices at C. V. King Closing-Out Sale. ' Hlg The Forest City High School Will Present "Deacon Dubbs" A three-net rurnl Comedy In the City Hall, Forest City, Mo. Friday Evening, December 12, 1919 At 8:15. Bring your friends nnd enjoy nn evening of good wholesome fun. "A good Inufth is better than medicine. Proceeds for school benefit fund. Jfc. Jfc Jfc Jfc Jfc jAa. "FARMERS' HKADQUARTF.RS" ALKRT TO SKRVK y Considerable depends upon the bank you start out on your business career with. j Ever notice how well HOME depositors get along? Home Bank of I Forest City V Practically a new bank, with late modern mcth- V ods, whose OFFICERS are STUDENTS of the NEW V X school, but who have had years of business expert encc. We arc all known to you. Officers and Directors: PHIUP SCHLOTZHAUER, President L. L. TEARE, Vice-President R. H. SHEFFIELD, Cashier ( W. M. HITT, Bookkeeper THOS. VINE TEARE, Teller II. W. SCHAEFFER, Director WALTER DECK, Director ' Member Missouri State and American Banker' Associations Some of Our Stockhold ers. Mrs. Naomi Callow, Mrs. Dlanna N, Miller, J. C. Hopper, Kansaa banker and former Holt county boy, R. D. Dridgeman, D. M. Martin, Levi Schulte, Howard S. Teare, Harry C. Teare, Jake Glass, Mlas Sue Dal fry, John F. Jackion. Reflections on Thrift Well Worth Pondering Over. Life's Bulance Sheet Statistics show that out of each 100 young men twenty-fivo years old, fifty-four will bo dependent upon friends, relatives or charity at sixty-five years of age. 0 the 100: fit will bo dependent, :10 will havo died, 5 will li supporting themselves by work, 4 will bo wealthy, 1 will lie rich. Nuturo is our greatest teacher uml experience a closo second. If wo can't learn from these two masters wo must pay a dear price for our stupidity. You know tliut money wa never moro plentiful or easier to get thnn at present. Of course, wo lire not prophesying "lean years," hut you cun never tell. Now 1m a good time to save, and this bank is a good placo to keep your savings. The Old Reliable Bank of Forest City Capital, Surplus and Profits $39,000.00 FOREST CITY s t s i MISSOURI The New Forest City Garage C. E. TAYLOR & SONS ' FOREST CITY, MO. AUTO LIVERY REPAIRING AND SUPPLIES Phones its for good, prompt service. Careful drivers, good cars. Calls answered promptly. Phone 491 y'.' lit' luiiMisJkto i - PLEASE NOTE TUE ADOVE STRONG LINE-UP Forest City, Mo.