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iii,!!i? TH SCENE County C-I Farmers of with FFA'ers States to Week. Begin- members began of activities their organiza- president, says is planning its year's theme o. 1, Support FFA telling th.e doing," says that FFA is an of vocational preparing for in FFA now getting ready to industry in the include: Mon- day: Tuesday. hat truck day: Thurs- day: Friday, and dress coincides with Washington's was recognized on his Virginia National FFA stands on land of hs estate. preparing young agriculture since local chapters million members. realizes the and maintain- With its for tomorrow. reach and maintain that will keep and abroad. dents in the Culver- sttatent art Mahee GalleD, rrrick Center on L- Dobbs of E.. Homer of exhibited through anal and from the 1984 will he in the from stained glass drawings, paper wood g open to the public hours. 8 a.m to Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21, 1985, Page 7b C-1 FFA Firgt row: David Hopson, John Waterman, Doug Neisen, Troy Brown, Jeff Schultz, Peggy Porter, Shawn Tiemann, Jeannie'Heins, Julie Hamlin, Mr. Shively. Second row: Sue Miller, Theresa O'Brien, Jolene Reid, Diane Brown, Jami Hoebing. Shelby Job. Chad Jennings, Phil Garkie, David Catron, Jeff Schmidt. Kendall Williams. Rand)' Miller. Third row: Leanne Garkie, Sherry Miller, HermJe Bayer. Kelly Logsdon, ltarold KIocke, Doug Mullinex, Marry Miles. Dustin Yates, Todd Logsdon, Judy Schmidt, Daryn Bowman, John Houghton, Lonnie Meyers, Darren Stice, David Porter, Roger Crawford, Brad Kayior. Tracey Day. Fourth row: Mark Jennings, Wes Goings, Kim Windoffer, Darla Lay, Carolyn Deters. Annie Kennedy, Tony Logsdon, David Plant, Doug Mittleburg, Randy Stice. Tim McConneli. Kevin Mevers, Curtis Gaus, Steve Bringer, Richard Crabill, Billy Meyer, Mike Stark: Nell Jennings, Donald Holbert, Stephanie Smith. Juli Houghton, Pamela lieins, Shelly Waterman. Fifth row: Ronald Hinton, Melissa Herst, Leslie Fox, Carl Simmons, Jess Casebier, Curtis Carter, Tim Clapp, Randy Murphy. Mike Perry, Terry Merritt, Tim Stahl, Greg Logsdon. Pat Jones, David McCutchan, Ress Krueger, Larry Bugh. Myron Hopson. Colby Lay,-Wayne Olson, Nick Logsdon, Andy Crandall, Russ Miller, Joey McCracken. ; N EWS , Shelter Ins. offers s750 sch,)larsh!p CHOOL This spring, one 1985 graduate of selects, table, educatimal, and scientific Canton R-V School District will receive Applications and additional informa- purposes. The Foundation is sponsored LEWIS CO. C- 1 LaGrange School In math the fifth grade has been studying fractions and will soon start decimals In spelling they have been trying to prepare for the school spelhng bee which will be in March. In scial studies all of the fifth graders have just completed a study of the Civil "War and reconstructmn and will now begin to study the progress of the settlers out west after the war. We also saw several good movies on the Civil War that helped to reinforce our view of that time period In science we have completed a unit on water pollution and the different ways to clean water. Several experi- menks were done to show the various methods of water purificaton. On Feb. 14 the children were filled with excitement as the',' passed out and opened valentines. The room mothers provided refreshments and games which were appreciated by all. The fitth grade valentine boxes and card contests was held. Prizes went to the With the bad weather here, the 4th, 5th and 6th graders are enjoying practicing basketball after school. Elementar menu for eek of Feb. 25 Monday: ravioli, green beans, garlic bread, fruil, cookies, milk Tuesday: juicy burgers on bun. bultered corn. French fries, dill slices. fruit, milk. Wednesday: ham and beans, sla, cornbread, fruit, cookies, milk. Thursday: tacos, lettuce, tomato wedge, cheese, fruit, milk. Friday: each school will serve their own choice. llighland menu for week of Feb. 25 Monday: chicken patties, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fruit, pudding, bread and butter, milk. Tuesday: tacos, chi ps. cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sauce, fruit, cookies. milk. Wednesday: beef and noodles, cottage cheese, hot rolls and butter. apple sauce, milk. Thursday: pizza, corn, lettuce salad, a $750 scholarship from the Shelter Insurance Foundation. The award will be sponsored and partially funded by local Shelter agent Terry Fretwell, The recipient of the $750 award will be chosen by a committee of local high school officials and community lead- ers. The committee will con.sider each applicant's scholastic achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character, and participation and leaaership in school and community activities. The scholarship will be given without regard to race, creed, religion, national origin, sex, or employment status of applicants or their relatives. The name of the scholarship winner will be announced at the close of the school year. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, room and board for any course of study leading to an academic degree at any accredited College or university. Payment will be made directly to the school the winner Jim Wheeler tion about the Shelter Foundation Scholarship will be available on Feb. 15, and should be completed-and returned to the school official on the committee by March 15. For more information, interested seniors should contact their high school counselor or principal. The Shelter Insurance Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation for chari- Happy 13th Birthday, Bridiel LOVE MOM AND BRANDIE by Shelter Insurance Cos., a mutual, multiple-lines firm with 1,300 licenses agents and 1,800 employees in 13 midwestern and southern states. The company's home office is Columbia. 00fappy 17th. Dawn winners of several categories. For the fruit, peanut butter sandwich, milk. Friday: fish on bun, French fries, among students • !1 most original boxes, there was a tie for beans, fruit, milk. 1st going to Tony' Frieden with an old .- DlSt" 7 fashi°nedteleph°neandt°JimElliS°nprize was to Mary Jo -- R in "Who's Who" .,, -:,'° .....  with a house Best valentine theme  I . --, b. 29 awarded CANTON "" CramsN, In the open class Jamie "V The 1985 edition of Who's Who in ']  l'| ,,i  f. mdden" ass°ciate HammiiedwithamailboxandSc°tt American C°lleges and Universities " ]L "&;'"l*"  'i at Culver-Stockton Stiffer won with a robot. Honorable Menu for week of Feb. 25 will carrv the names of 22 students  • ,e, District Seven mentions were Stephanie Christopher, from Quincy College who were ' ,' co. 9. original box: Sherry Mathes, 'alentine Monday: choice of chili or ham and bean soup. cheese stick, peanut butter selected as some of the country's most h school Students theme: Rebecca 'arning. "a entine sandwich, apple sauce, outstanding campus leaders. " Genevieve. St They join an elite group of students and Washington theme: Benji Pratt, valentine theme: Tuesday: haystack tacos, lettuce, to sing in the and Bilh' Collins, original, cheese, fruit, cookie, milk. institutionsSelected frOmof highermOrelearningthanfroml'50the ,,, __ " these. 110 were In the valentine card contest, the Wednesday: fried chicken, baked United States and several foreign prettiest card award went to Angela potato with'cheese sauce, fruit, bread White, most original to Deena Budde, and butter, milk. countries. IILIlF'IIShL--S sed the choir at valentine theme to Rebecca Warning. Among the 22 students listed this preparation for a Thursday: pizza, lettuce salad, fruit, year from Quincy 12allege was Jim funniest to Barb Kramer, open class to cheese stick. Ands Zirnitis, Jim Ellison. Honorable mentions were at C-S, Charles Metternich, funniest, and to Mar3, Jo Cran!sey for theme. will In the sixth grade Ryan Merrell won Junior with the prettiest card, Mike Slater will with the most original, and Jim unior College Blessing with the most original. mvoh, e junior Over the state Students whose names were added to the principal's honor roll were Stacee a COncert on Humphrey, Stephanie Christopher and Carlos Lewis. CLOTHING 50% OFF :ED EARRINGS  75' AND UP BOOKS  50' AND UP ZIPPERS  25' EACH BUTTONs--. 15' A CARD iS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 21ST THRU MARCH 30TH SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHES APRIL I, 1985 Thr00 14.1 N. ,rrX ., ¢J, moN, Mo. Friday: tuna noodle casserole. buttered peas, fruit, bread and butter, milk. Wheeler. biology-chemistry major, son d Mr. and Mrs. Wayne N. Wheeler of Quincy, formerly of the Canton area. '0, 00'00e00Barber Shop NO APPOINTMENT in Buying A Home 1. Select The House 2. Get The Cost 3. Come To Us! Interest rotes ore down and selection of housing is large. Now is the time.to check with your broker . Select the house of your choice , then visit with one of our home loon specialists. Before you know it, the keys of your new home will be in your hands. PALMYRA SAVING AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION / Palmyra -- Canton -- Kdhoka ,J L L,r WHERE You Save DOES Make € Difference! iii,!!i? TH SCENE County C-I Farmers of with FFA'ers States to Week. Begin- members began of activities their organiza- president, says is planning its year's theme o. 1, Support FFA telling th.e doing," says that FFA is an of vocational preparing for in FFA now getting ready to industry in the include: Mon- day: Tuesday. hat truck day: Thurs- day: Friday, and dress coincides with Washington's was recognized on his Virginia National FFA stands on land of hs estate. preparing young agriculture since local chapters million members. realizes the and maintain- With its for tomorrow. reach and maintain that will keep and abroad. dents in the Culver- sttatent art Mahee GalleD, rrrick Center on L- Dobbs of E.. Homer of exhibited through anal and from the 1984 will he in the from stained glass drawings, paper wood g open to the public hours. 8 a.m to Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 21, 1985, Page 7b C-1 FFA Firgt row: David Hopson, John Waterman, Doug Neisen, Troy Brown, Jeff Schultz, Peggy Porter, Shawn Tiemann, Jeannie'Heins, Julie Hamlin, Mr. Shively. Second row: Sue Miller, Theresa O'Brien, Jolene Reid, Diane Brown, Jami Hoebing. Shelby Job. Chad Jennings, Phil Garkie, David Catron, Jeff Schmidt. Kendall Williams. Rand)' Miller. Third row: Leanne Garkie, Sherry Miller, HermJe Bayer. Kelly Logsdon, ltarold KIocke, Doug Mullinex, Marry Miles. Dustin Yates, Todd Logsdon, Judy Schmidt, Daryn Bowman, John Houghton, Lonnie Meyers, Darren Stice, David Porter, Roger Crawford, Brad Kayior. Tracey Day. Fourth row: Mark Jennings, Wes Goings, Kim Windoffer, Darla Lay, Carolyn Deters. Annie Kennedy, Tony Logsdon, David Plant, Doug Mittleburg, Randy Stice. Tim McConneli. Kevin Mevers, Curtis Gaus, Steve Bringer, Richard Crabill, Billy Meyer, Mike Stark: Nell Jennings, Donald Holbert, Stephanie Smith. Juli Houghton, Pamela lieins, Shelly Waterman. Fifth row: Ronald Hinton, Melissa Herst, Leslie Fox, Carl Simmons, Jess Casebier, Curtis Carter, Tim Clapp, Randy Murphy. Mike Perry, Terry Merritt, Tim Stahl, Greg Logsdon. Pat Jones, David McCutchan, Ress Krueger, Larry Bugh. Myron Hopson. Colby Lay,-Wayne Olson, Nick Logsdon, Andy Crandall, Russ Miller, Joey McCracken. ; N EWS , Shelter Ins. offers s750 sch,)larsh!p CHOOL This spring, one 1985 graduate of selects, table, educatimal, and scientific Canton R-V School District will receive Applications and additional informa- purposes. The Foundation is sponsored LEWIS CO. C- 1 LaGrange School In math the fifth grade has been studying fractions and will soon start decimals In spelling they have been trying to prepare for the school spelhng bee which will be in March. In scial studies all of the fifth graders have just completed a study of the Civil "War and reconstructmn and will now begin to study the progress of the settlers out west after the war. We also saw several good movies on the Civil War that helped to reinforce our view of that time period In science we have completed a unit on water pollution and the different ways to clean water. Several experi- menks were done to show the various methods of water purificaton. On Feb. 14 the children were filled with excitement as the',' passed out and opened valentines. The room mothers provided refreshments and games which were appreciated by all. The fitth grade valentine boxes and card contests was held. Prizes went to the With the bad weather here, the 4th, 5th and 6th graders are enjoying practicing basketball after school. Elementar menu for eek of Feb. 25 Monday: ravioli, green beans, garlic bread, fruil, cookies, milk Tuesday: juicy burgers on bun. bultered corn. French fries, dill slices. fruit, milk. Wednesday: ham and beans, sla, cornbread, fruit, cookies, milk. Thursday: tacos, lettuce, tomato wedge, cheese, fruit, milk. Friday: each school will serve their own choice. llighland menu for week of Feb. 25 Monday: chicken patties, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fruit, pudding, bread and butter, milk. Tuesday: tacos, chi ps. cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sauce, fruit, cookies. milk. Wednesday: beef and noodles, cottage cheese, hot rolls and butter. apple sauce, milk. Thursday: pizza, corn, lettuce salad, a $750 scholarship from the Shelter Insurance Foundation. The award will be sponsored and partially funded by local Shelter agent Terry Fretwell, The recipient of the $750 award will be chosen by a committee of local high school officials and community lead- ers. The committee will con.sider each applicant's scholastic achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character, and participation and leaaership in school and community activities. The scholarship will be given without regard to race, creed, religion, national origin, sex, or employment status of applicants or their relatives. The name of the scholarship winner will be announced at the close of the school year. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, room and board for any course of study leading to an academic degree at any accredited College or university. Payment will be made directly to the school the winner Jim Wheeler tion about the Shelter Foundation Scholarship will be available on Feb. 15, and should be completed-and returned to the school official on the committee by March 15. For more information, interested seniors should contact their high school counselor or principal. The Shelter Insurance Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation for chari- Happy 13th Birthday, Bridiel LOVE MOM AND BRANDIE by Shelter Insurance Cos., a mutual, multiple-lines firm with 1,300 licenses agents and 1,800 employees in 13 midwestern and southern states. The company's home office is Columbia. 00fappy 17th. Dawn winners of several categories. For the fruit, peanut butter sandwich, milk. Friday: fish on bun, French fries, among students • !1 most original boxes, there was a tie for beans, fruit, milk. 1st going to Tony' Frieden with an old .- DlSt" 7 fashi°nedteleph°neandt°JimElliS°nprize was to Mary Jo -- R in "Who's Who" .,, -:,'° .....  with a house Best valentine theme  I . --, b. 29 awarded CANTON "" CramsN, In the open class Jamie "V The 1985 edition of Who's Who in ']  l'| ,,i  f. mdden" ass°ciate HammiiedwithamailboxandSc°tt American C°lleges and Universities " ]L "&;'"l*"  'i at Culver-Stockton Stiffer won with a robot. Honorable Menu for week of Feb. 25 will carrv the names of 22 students  • ,e, District Seven mentions were Stephanie Christopher, from Quincy College who were ' ,' co. 9. original box: Sherry Mathes, 'alentine Monday: choice of chili or ham and bean soup. cheese stick, peanut butter selected as some of the country's most h school Students theme: Rebecca 'arning. "a entine sandwich, apple sauce, outstanding campus leaders. " Genevieve. St They join an elite group of students and Washington theme: Benji Pratt, valentine theme: Tuesday: haystack tacos, lettuce, to sing in the and Bilh' Collins, original, cheese, fruit, cookie, milk. institutionsSelected frOmof highermOrelearningthanfroml'50the ,,, __ " these. 110 were In the valentine card contest, the Wednesday: fried chicken, baked United States and several foreign prettiest card award went to Angela potato with'cheese sauce, fruit, bread White, most original to Deena Budde, and butter, milk. countries. IILIlF'IIShL--S sed the choir at valentine theme to Rebecca Warning. Among the 22 students listed this preparation for a Thursday: pizza, lettuce salad, fruit, year from Quincy 12allege was Jim funniest to Barb Kramer, open class to cheese stick. Ands Zirnitis, Jim Ellison. Honorable mentions were at C-S, Charles Metternich, funniest, and to Mar3, Jo Cran!sey for theme. will In the sixth grade Ryan Merrell won Junior with the prettiest card, Mike Slater will with the most original, and Jim unior College Blessing with the most original. mvoh, e junior Over the state Students whose names were added to the principal's honor roll were Stacee a COncert on Humphrey, Stephanie Christopher and Carlos Lewis. CLOTHING 50% OFF :ED EARRINGS  75' AND UP BOOKS  50' AND UP ZIPPERS  25' EACH BUTTONs--. 15' A CARD iS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 21ST THRU MARCH 30TH SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHES APRIL I, 1985 Thr00 14.1 N. ,rrX ., ¢J, moN, Mo. Friday: tuna noodle casserole. buttered peas, fruit, bread and butter, milk. Wheeler. biology-chemistry major, son d Mr. and Mrs. Wayne N. Wheeler of Quincy, formerly of the Canton area. '0, 00'00e00Barber Shop NO APPOINTMENT in Buying A Home 1. Select The House 2. Get The Cost 3. Come To Us! Interest rotes ore down and selection of housing is large. Now is the time.to check with your broker . Select the house of your choice , then visit with one of our home loon specialists. Before you know it, the keys of your new home will be in your hands. PALMYRA SAVING AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION / Palmyra -- Canton -- Kdhoka ,J L L,r WHERE You Save DOES Make € Difference!