tHfc CANTON HERALl), Thursday, November I), 200$ — Page 7H MRP Chapter #1313 Members Travel To Branson #1313 Thirty-six AARP travelers left Canton tertainer is from Ireland. Wednesday, November 9, by Saturday, following breakfast motor coach for four days in at the hotel, the travelers boarded Branson, Mo. their motor coach to return home. A stop was made in A stop was made at a fruit stand Arkadelphia, Ark., at a candy for fruit, nuts, candy, etc. Lunch kitchen. was in Benton, Ark. Following rest stops and lunch Don Tremelling received the in Benton, Ark., the travelers ar- gift for having the most fun on rived at their hotel. the trip. A sit-down dinner was enThose going on the trip injoyed, prior to the Pierce Arrow cluded Jessie Shaw, Judy Show. Johnson, Wanda Bolin and Thursday, following breakfast Claudine Priest, of Canton; at the hotel, the group attended Marjorie Tarver, Fatine Fite, the Doug Gabriel Christmas Dorthy Thornton, Pauline Show. Jenkins, Dorothy Kennedy, A trip to old town Branson for Linda Cline, and Al and Sue lunch and shopping was a treat Prow, ofEdgewood. for the travelers. Also, Wanda Fletcher, of An early dinner cruise on the Branson Belle was next on the agenda. Later, a treat was the lour of lights at Table Rock Lake in Kimberling City. During the three-mile drive through the Port of Lights, they saw a diverse selection of lighted, animated displays. Friday, the group attended the Hughes Brothers Show. Following lunch, they attended the Andy Williams Christmas Show. A tour of the Stone Hill Winery was enjoyed, as well as a sitdown dinner at the Uptown Cafe. The travelers attended the Tony Kenny Show, which inMineola; Alene Oibbs and cluded a dattce troupe. This en- La Verne Conner, of Mabank; Kathy James, Monica Lewis, and Bill and Janis Hobbs, of Van; Ruby Savage, of Duncanville; Ruby Snow, of Ben Wheeler; and Margie Tareilo, of Lufkin; Also, Daisy Harditt, of Mart; Mary Lou Phillips, of Sugar Land; Aubrey and Bette Jones, of Brownsboro; Carol Lee, of Lancaster; Don and Fern Tremelling, Pat Thompson, Bea Conn, Carolyn Minor, Eugene and Ruth Massey, tour directors, of Wills Point; Terry Mackey, bus driver, and wife Patti, of Tyler. These trips are planned for members of Chapter #1313 AARP. New members are always welcome. For more information, call Ruth Massey at (903) 873-3221. Ladies Of Mathea Meet For Coffee The ladies of Mathea Guild met for coffee November 10. This month's hostesses were Joy Chaney, Liz Ellis, Mamie McCasland and Edith Wallace. After a time of fellowship they went shopping, and were greeted by Diane Saxton, a shop owner, who invited them to browse among the many holiday decorations, flowers, candle holders and garlands that filled each room. She drew everyone together, giving them ideas of how they could make their homes festive for the holidays. Sexton explained to how simple adjustments could create dramatic effects. She inspired everyone to try new techniques for decorating this holiday season. Mathea Guild welcomed new members June McDougle, Bert Collins, Anna McDaniel and Sharon Adams. The December luncheon will be held at the Van Zandt Country Club. Those who plan to attend are reminded to get their money to Mary Priest in advance. AARP CHAPTER #1313 MEMBERS Girl Scouts To Hold Bake Sale Seniors from Girl Scout Troop #2479 will have their Fourth Annual Fall Bake Sale on Saturday, November 19, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of Wal-Mart in Canton. The seniors have had success the last three years by selling out early on all items. The troop expressed their thanks to the community in advance for their support in making their bakes sales a success. The troop will bake homemade items that will include banana nut and pumpkin breads, assorted breads, cinnamon pull-a-parts, pound cakes, apple cakes, assorted sheet cakes, specialty cakes, assorted specialty cookies and craft items. Special orders on all items will be taken through Thursday, November 17. To place orders, contact Karen Asher at (903) 8487014 after 6 p.m. Proceeds from this year's bake saie will be used to assist the seniors with their Gold Award Projects, hosting the Breakfast with Santa that will be held Saturday, December 17, at the Canton Elementary cafeteria,,assisting with various community service projects, making donations and assisting with local charities, and taking assorted trips to help earn 14 interest projects/badges for this year. 0% INTEREST 0 DOWN LET LEWIS CHEVROLET IN CANTON HANDLE YOUR SERVICE PROBLEMS REGARDLESS WHERE THE VEHICLE WAS PURCHASED!! 2006 Silverados ... Stock or Order 2004 Cavaliers ... O% Interest 2006 Tahoes... In Stock 2005 Impalas ... O% Interest 2005Malibus ... O% Interest 2005 Equinox 2005 Passenger Vans 2005 Trailblazers ... O% Interest 2006 Suburbans ... Stock or Order..... 2006 Corvettes ... 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Rona Watson, president of Canton Chamber of Commerce, will be one of our speakers as well as Judge Rita Koches and a few surprise speakers and guests. Santa Glaus will visit children to hear their Christmas wish list! Enjoy shopping on the square! Many, many unique and beautiful gift Items for your Christmas shopping or a treat for yourself! Support our local merchants on our beautiful, historic square for early Christmas gifts, You will be pleased and surprised at the items you can find right here in Canton on the square! Patrick Reed, owner of Canton Cafe & Bakery, has agreed to stay open late for this special occasionl Stop by the Cafe, located on the corner of Buffalo and Hwy. 64, for hot chocolate, coffee, speclalty.cappaclnos, lattes, franclnos, and fruit smoothy drinks. Enjoy many delicious pastries and great food! Stop in for full menu items for dining pleasure. Canton Cafe & Bakery will also offer karaoke for singing and fun. Come on by and enjoy! For Information, please call Linda Jones at 903/567-0006 or 214/697-8856. Also, you can call Canton Chamber of Commerce at 903/567-2991 or visit their website at www.chamberc8ntontx.com. Let's make this "Annual Lighting Ceremony" the best and biggest one everl Come join us for the fun and fellowship!