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I nt n Th da F ruar 28 1985, Pa e UTH SCENE . . ac NON L N W g --- BEST tests ", m m row, by Dan .Steinbeck taking,lights, a small p?rtable_ set, "'We go on the road like this because fh;e ear;ha The Higntand Drama Club is taking props, ana costumes with them. "It's a I think it's good for the kids to learn to '=-ffi" 'lAgffib The Lewis County C-1 School District CO. C-1 CANTON R-V class at LaBelle had a busy February kindergarteners along class, celebrated the by releasing 100 necklaces of 100 cakes with 100 M a special "show and each child bringing 100 continue to work in groups, learning letter they work together to math, we are working to 20. identifying and dime. and telling hour. The class is beginning a unit on enjoying learning all dinosaurs through )ade is getting enthused rest of the school in the -thon for MS which and will last until . students are getting ulgriends and relatives for In turn, they may .earn according to the they collect. We've important place in We're learning the and how they we've been studying they grow which helps not too far away when about plants. Along Pe most of the winter r and we can look mssing any more ntine party was held JMdecorated box contest. "Sara Veatch prettiest; UllKmt original; "and Lance t one of 00eative rnoons are the  for second graders at ry this year. Each ith and Mrs. Johnson i unit for both classes. . Johnson presented a ,ture. the students did  learned how to read a t fimshed a unit on ther friends" 'Ph 1 =n - They also topics and reported found .out many and drew pictures ,Schools of March 4 w-meat sauce. garlic bread, fruit, con-carrie, crackers. cake, milk. and cheese. spinach or Peas, fruit, chicken, green cookies, bread.  School will serve their eek of rib on March 4 :) i ans, bun, cross cut 3. bread, peanut ghetti, garlic bread, aatS, fruit, milk.  mburger on bu- ,carrots, fruit, bread: Menu for week of March 4 Monday: chicken sandwich, mixed vegetables, apple crisp, cheese stick, milk. Tuesday: spaghetti, French bread, lettuce salad, fruit, milk. Wednesday: chili dog, lattice pota- toes, fruit, cake, milk. Thursday: pizza, beans and weiners, fruit, cookie, milk. Friday: grilled cheese, green beans, fruit, carrot sticks, milk. THE FACE was one of the 3-dimen- sional art projects o# the R-V 5th grade art class. The fifth grade elementary art class of Canton R-V has been creating -dimensional art, They began with dioramas in which they designed an actual space which could be realistic or imaginary. Their nbxt assignment was to create an interesting sculpture - with lots of ins and outs using a twisted coat-hanger for the frame- work. Some of their creations include "the face," by Brandee Britton and "a gigantic strawberry", by Heather Bringer. Wild abstractions were creat- ed by Leslie Allensworth and Richy Toops. Steven Fuller designed a jam box. while Chris Crane and Casey Schalter designed cobras. Elementa" News Recent visitors in the kindergarten classroom include Mark Whiston, carpenter, and Beverly Lupardus, nurse. Whiston and Mrs. Lupardus explained the duties involved in their jobs and also gave some on the spot training. "Big K" also visited Dr. Todd's office during Dental Health Week. Connie Voss visited the fifth grade music class and demonstrated her talents on the violin and viola. Abu Kamara, a C-S student, recently spoke to Miss Allen's social studies classes concerning life in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Miss Scoggin's third and fourth grade art education students toured the art galleD" at C-S college last week - to view the student art show. R-V Readiness meeting Proper school placement is one of the most effective ways we, as parents and educators, can help children experience success. If a parent of a pre-school child that will be five years old by Sept. I. 1985, Canton R-V encourages attendance at the School Readiness meeting on Thursday evening, March 7, from 7 to 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria. A review of kindergarten screening process will be held along with discussing factors used to predict personal and academic success in school. Registration forms for kinder- garten screening to be held Saturday, March 23, will also be distributed at this time. Screenings are by appoint- ment only. Parents unable to attend the March 7 meeting should contact the elementary office (288-5216) for a registration form. Children should not attend the parent meeting on March 7, their show on the road. Ten cast and four crew members of the Highland Drama Club will perform the one-act play "The Real Inspector Hound", by Tom Stoddard, at least four times, before the home folks at Highland will see it. "It's essentially a comedy with a definite point," said drama instructor and play director Bruce Spielbauer. "It's a play within a play." In the play, two critics are writing reviews of a play and the play they are reviewing is a who-dun-it. It borders on theatre of the absurd. The critics are dragged into the plot and play," Smelbauer said. But it will be more than just acting in different locations. The troupe is self-contained show with about a 20-30 minute setup," Spielbauer added. The drama club will present the play March 5 to Marion County High School in the morning, and Canton R-V school in the afternoon. ,They will travel to Mark Twain High School March 12 for a morning show and to Knox County High School for an afternoon performance. They will also take the play to district contest at Kirksville, and eventually perform it at Highland at a date to be announced. "Two years ago we did the same thing taking a show on the road) but we were only one day out. We did "Passionella," a small musical. We plan to take one on the road every other year." he said. [ighland semester honor roll 7th Grade: A -- Traci Geisendorfer, Sarah Heins, Lisa Kroeger, Shawna Smith and Darcey Welch. B -- Tricia Geisendorfer. Dana Hadfield, Phil Hagood. Deanna Hinton, Karen Mc- Cully, GaD" Penn, Deron Sharpe, John Watkins, Jim Lillard, Stephanie Lin- nenburger, Stacy Whitaker, Dawn Goings. Linda Logsdon, Valorie Beck- man, Jason Hall, Jason Smith, Richard Stice, Kasey Goings, Greg Schutte and Angela Parrish. 8th Grade: A -- Johnny Holbert. Sharlet Kern, Todd McKenzie, Eric Olson and Matt Smith. B -- Shannon Car x: Stacey Wagner, Amy Windoffer, Dawn Anderson, Michelle Guilfoyle, Michael Little, Robbie Wallace, Val- erie Geisendorfer, Darin Hall, Brenda Schlager, Tommy Miller and Deanna May. Freshmen: A- Rosemary Biles, Brenda Cupp, Pare Heins and Teresa Mauck. B -- Derek Sharpe, Sheri Bradley, Kim Roberts, Kim Rutledge, Tami Ellison, Denise Feldkamp, Bridgett Frisby, Christine Goehl, Stephanie Hadfield. Tara McConnell, Melissa Prather, Linda Schmidt, Shelly Waterman, Jim Doran, Lori Hinkle, Kris Neisen, Kathy Deters, Juli Kay Houghton, Tony Logsdon, Stephanie Smith, J. W. West, Kyle BerD' and Dennis Stutheit. Sophomores: A -- Jody Gorrell, Darla Lay, Stephen Penn and Paut cope with differences and different acoustics, different lengths of time, different audiences, plus they have to learn to plug the lights in the right sockets," he said. "The kids learn a lot more about things like that, than they would a play in the same place. They learn to deal with all that in addition to the other hasMes of a play," he added. The cast consists of Mark Smith, Paul Sharpe, Angela Slater, Ron Hinton, Scott Smith, Larry Arnold, Doug Mittleberg, Derek Sharpe, Melissa Prather, and Ruth Evans. The crew consists of Leanne Garkie, Phil Garkie, Becky Foley and Janet Odell. Sharpe. B -- Sarah Cunningham, Julie Parrish, Nikki Phillips, Kelley Heins. Greg Logsdon, Lynette Hamlin, Dawn Goehl, Theresa O'Brien, Kim Windof- far, Diane Brown, Sherry Miller, Lori Davis. Connie Hubble, Ronda Myers and Darren Stice. Juniors: A -- Amy Brown, Nancy Deters, Tina Edmonston, Lori Goehl. Doug Smith and Roger Woodard. B -- Carolyn Deters, Pam Gillespie, Alice Feldkamp, Richard Hinkle, Kathy Spratt. Luria Sparks, Kim Corbin, Matt Heindselman, Sonya Hunter, Gina Huebotter. John Wiskirchen, Debbie Cason, Glenn Chipman, Ronald Hinton, Cindy Levengood, Michele McCully, Jeff Schultz, Troy TenEyck, Brent Ludwig, Becky Foley, Todd Brandt, Annie Kennedy, Randy Lay, Melissa Lockett and Jolene Reid. Seniors: A -- Carolyn Kroeger, Angela Starer, Gerri Crabill, Tim Evans, Craig Ilia, Karen Sharpe, Mary Rush, Beth Feldkamp and Lenae Mallett, B- Tim Mcdonnell, Peggy porter, Kevin Meyer, Julia Hamlin, Jeannie Heins, Troy Brown, Mark Smith, Martha Clark, Randy Stice, Sandy Cribb, Kerry Merrell, Cameron Banner, Karen Dill, Dawn Hadfield, Mark Wikowsky, Steve Zuspann, Tim Clapp, David Hopson, Barbara Red- dick, Judy Schmidt, Susan Alexander. Andy Collins, Kim Freeman, Mike Henderson and Robin Myers. Health class has guest !! Robin Holmes wins college talent award Robin Holmes, a junior at Drury College, Springfield, Mo., was one of 12 students to participate in a talent show sponsored by the student council Monday, Feb. 25. Miss Holmes won first place with her vocal solo, and received an award of $100. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes, and is a 1982 graduate of Canton R-V School. speaker Highland eighth grade girls health class had a guest speaker Feb. 20. A volunteer from the American Cancer Society, Mrs. Betty Jo Phillips of Lewistown, presented a program describing breast self-examination techniques to aid in the early detection of breast cancer. A movie prepared by the American Cancer Society explained the examina- tion methods, and Mrs. Phillips, who is a registered nurse, answered student's questions and provided current re- search information about the subject. She has been a guest lecturer in the Highland health classes many times before. Mrs. Susan Lach, who teacheS physical education at Highland High School, also teaches a nine week claSS to a different group of eighth graders each quarter. Pack 102 Blue & Gold banquet Cub Scout Pack 102 met Sunday evening, Feb. 17, at the Ewing Elementary School gym. The Blue and Gold banquet was held to celebrate the 75th birthday of Scouting. The gym was decorated with blue and gold streamers and a large diamond representing Scoutings 75th year. Dennis Stutheit was responsible for the decorations. The evening began with Jeremy Gresusel presenting the American flag. The Cub Scouts then did a skit on what blue and gold means. A nice supper and a birthday cake were enjoyed by all. A progressive business meeting followed the supper. The Cub Scouts thanked Clyde Wilson for cutting out their track for the Pinewood Derby races in April'. Linda Stutheit announc- ed the winners of the top sales people from the area popcorn sales. Jason Guilfoyle took first place, Chris Fountain, second place, and Aaron Stutheit, third place, Other Scouts who sold more than 30 buckets were Lance Getz, Michael Lair and Billie Sutton. Ten Highland seniors at UMC Tests Ten Highland High School seniors mith and Steve Zuspann. participated in the Tests of Engineer- The students took tests in various ing Aptitude, Mathematics & Science subject areas including chemistry, held Feb. 19 on the University of physics, biology, advanced mathema- Missouri campus in Columbia. tics, language arts, and graphics. Attending were Gerri Crabill, Beth Their test results will also be Feldkamp, Craig Ilia, Carolyn Kroeg- combined to create a team score which er, Tim McConnell, Lenae Mallett, will be sent to participating schools at Doug Neisen, Larry Peacock, Mark a later date. tabl nuggets, tator es, bread, butter, i' lettuce salad, fruit, [kitter. corn milk. 'fO TNE JOURNAL Those present were Chris Fountain and father Jack Jason Guilfoyle and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Guilfoyle; Curtis Crandall and parents. Mr. and Mrs Carlie Crandall and family; Aaron Stutheit and mother. Linda and family: Jeremy Greusel and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Greusel and family; Scan Eisenberg and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and family; and Michael Lair and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lair and family. ! Sp00ng & Summer Arrow &. Career Club ,oh k Y l-shrt sleeve shirts have amved " Shrts' tl ! an ou o,, r== e'm . 0 ! ...,.. Pnt:n::YtthoiSkP?/hteUnciotYun | March 1"  /U'70  Z On nil winter ..n. l ................. "/'_."At PRING & b- mwdHmdl,. * ' 'o 12  have sometim, run the graders "1;;- ..... 'of r'S .l' e. /VRCHAiDIS[ P" d 4 Items ; a- : m.idnlght 'o kee the roads ,rom I ipme jWMA ,, ' .d,.o.., he, fro P I Levi Straight Leg " "V' " " ! ] tract ..._,P . m. those of you who have ced and is greatly appreciated. Dennis -McCutchan ' Roy E. Thirtyacre .. . . Harlle A. Spraff . -ornmlsslOnersoftheCounfyCourf i 00COOK'S MENS S 'one: will be administering the Basic Essential Skills Test (BEST) this spring to all 8th graders and to these students in grades 9 through 12 who have never taken the test or have failed some part of it. The BEST, developed by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to measure students' ability to apply  basic skills to everyday situations, is taken by all 8th graders in the public schools of the state each spring. The Lest covers three areas of the basic skills: reading and language arts, mathematics, and government- economics, with a separate subtest for each area. Each subtest includes 13 objectives with three tes items for each objective'. Last year 64 students in the Lewis County C-I School District passed all three parts of the BEST. The district scored highest in the areas of reading-language arts and govern- ment-economics and lowest in mathe- matics. The purpose of the test is to identify those students who have not mastered certain basic skills and the specific objectives they have not mastered. When the results of the test are sent to the school district, the information will be studied to determine the needs of certain students to see what improve- ment can be made. Good students at R-V win free pizza In an effort to balance the amount of time spent responding to positive as well as negative behavior the teachers and students at the Canton Elementary School, in cooperation with the Pizza Hut, are currently involved in a Good Student Award Contest. Students who have "positive" behavior each week are eligible to win a free pizza. Last week Sgt. Ernie Schroeder from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, drew the winning names from each classroom. Other local celebrities that have participated in the drawings include Mayor Roy Thirtyacre, news- paper reporter Dan Steinbeck, and KQ-102 disc jockey Todd Michaels. The Tin Man and the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz are scheduled for this Friday ! A grand prize drawing will be held April l to award a super supreme pizza to a super supreme student. Certificates will also be awarded to those students that participated in the contest, but were not pizza winners. At the end of the 10-week contest a total of 140 pizzas will have been given away. CARS VANS - CARS WASHED- ALL WORK DONE BY HAND CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT $5.[ CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT $Jl 0,00 Roach Tire Service- 4TH AND COLLEGE  CANTON, MO. 63435 -- PH. 314.288-5 TO ALL THE HOST FAMILIES TO ALL WHO ATTENDED TO ALL WHO HELPED IN MANY WAYS TO MAKE THE 'UP WITH PEOPLE' I nt n Th da F ruar 28 1985, Pa e UTH SCENE . . ac NON L N W g --- BEST tests ", m m row, by Dan .Steinbeck taking,lights, a small p?rtable_ set, "'We go on the road like this because fh;e ear;ha The Higntand Drama Club is taking props, ana costumes with them. "It's a I think it's good for the kids to learn to '=-ffi" 'lAgffib The Lewis County C-1 School District CO. C-1 CANTON R-V class at LaBelle had a busy February kindergarteners along class, celebrated the by releasing 100 necklaces of 100 cakes with 100 M a special "show and each child bringing 100 continue to work in groups, learning letter they work together to math, we are working to 20. identifying and dime. and telling hour. The class is beginning a unit on enjoying learning all dinosaurs through )ade is getting enthused rest of the school in the -thon for MS which and will last until . students are getting ulgriends and relatives for In turn, they may .earn according to the they collect. We've important place in We're learning the and how they we've been studying they grow which helps not too far away when about plants. Along Pe most of the winter r and we can look mssing any more ntine party was held JMdecorated box contest. "Sara Veatch prettiest; UllKmt original; "and Lance t one of 00eative rnoons are the  for second graders at ry this year. Each ith and Mrs. Johnson i unit for both classes. . Johnson presented a ,ture. the students did  learned how to read a t fimshed a unit on ther friends" 'Ph 1 =n - They also topics and reported found .out many and drew pictures ,Schools of March 4 w-meat sauce. garlic bread, fruit, con-carrie, crackers. cake, milk. and cheese. spinach or Peas, fruit, chicken, green cookies, bread.  School will serve their eek of rib on March 4 :) i ans, bun, cross cut 3. bread, peanut ghetti, garlic bread, aatS, fruit, milk.  mburger on bu- ,carrots, fruit, bread: Menu for week of March 4 Monday: chicken sandwich, mixed vegetables, apple crisp, cheese stick, milk. Tuesday: spaghetti, French bread, lettuce salad, fruit, milk. Wednesday: chili dog, lattice pota- toes, fruit, cake, milk. Thursday: pizza, beans and weiners, fruit, cookie, milk. Friday: grilled cheese, green beans, fruit, carrot sticks, milk. THE FACE was one of the 3-dimen- sional art projects o# the R-V 5th grade art class. The fifth grade elementary art class of Canton R-V has been creating -dimensional art, They began with dioramas in which they designed an actual space which could be realistic or imaginary. Their nbxt assignment was to create an interesting sculpture - with lots of ins and outs using a twisted coat-hanger for the frame- work. Some of their creations include "the face," by Brandee Britton and "a gigantic strawberry", by Heather Bringer. Wild abstractions were creat- ed by Leslie Allensworth and Richy Toops. Steven Fuller designed a jam box. while Chris Crane and Casey Schalter designed cobras. Elementa" News Recent visitors in the kindergarten classroom include Mark Whiston, carpenter, and Beverly Lupardus, nurse. Whiston and Mrs. Lupardus explained the duties involved in their jobs and also gave some on the spot training. "Big K" also visited Dr. Todd's office during Dental Health Week. Connie Voss visited the fifth grade music class and demonstrated her talents on the violin and viola. Abu Kamara, a C-S student, recently spoke to Miss Allen's social studies classes concerning life in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Miss Scoggin's third and fourth grade art education students toured the art galleD" at C-S college last week - to view the student art show. R-V Readiness meeting Proper school placement is one of the most effective ways we, as parents and educators, can help children experience success. If a parent of a pre-school child that will be five years old by Sept. I. 1985, Canton R-V encourages attendance at the School Readiness meeting on Thursday evening, March 7, from 7 to 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria. A review of kindergarten screening process will be held along with discussing factors used to predict personal and academic success in school. Registration forms for kinder- garten screening to be held Saturday, March 23, will also be distributed at this time. Screenings are by appoint- ment only. Parents unable to attend the March 7 meeting should contact the elementary office (288-5216) for a registration form. Children should not attend the parent meeting on March 7, their show on the road. Ten cast and four crew members of the Highland Drama Club will perform the one-act play "The Real Inspector Hound", by Tom Stoddard, at least four times, before the home folks at Highland will see it. "It's essentially a comedy with a definite point," said drama instructor and play director Bruce Spielbauer. "It's a play within a play." In the play, two critics are writing reviews of a play and the play they are reviewing is a who-dun-it. It borders on theatre of the absurd. The critics are dragged into the plot and play," Smelbauer said. But it will be more than just acting in different locations. The troupe is self-contained show with about a 20-30 minute setup," Spielbauer added. The drama club will present the play March 5 to Marion County High School in the morning, and Canton R-V school in the afternoon. ,They will travel to Mark Twain High School March 12 for a morning show and to Knox County High School for an afternoon performance. They will also take the play to district contest at Kirksville, and eventually perform it at Highland at a date to be announced. "Two years ago we did the same thing taking a show on the road) but we were only one day out. We did "Passionella," a small musical. We plan to take one on the road every other year." he said. [ighland semester honor roll 7th Grade: A -- Traci Geisendorfer, Sarah Heins, Lisa Kroeger, Shawna Smith and Darcey Welch. B -- Tricia Geisendorfer. Dana Hadfield, Phil Hagood. Deanna Hinton, Karen Mc- Cully, GaD" Penn, Deron Sharpe, John Watkins, Jim Lillard, Stephanie Lin- nenburger, Stacy Whitaker, Dawn Goings. Linda Logsdon, Valorie Beck- man, Jason Hall, Jason Smith, Richard Stice, Kasey Goings, Greg Schutte and Angela Parrish. 8th Grade: A -- Johnny Holbert. Sharlet Kern, Todd McKenzie, Eric Olson and Matt Smith. B -- Shannon Car x: Stacey Wagner, Amy Windoffer, Dawn Anderson, Michelle Guilfoyle, Michael Little, Robbie Wallace, Val- erie Geisendorfer, Darin Hall, Brenda Schlager, Tommy Miller and Deanna May. Freshmen: A- Rosemary Biles, Brenda Cupp, Pare Heins and Teresa Mauck. B -- Derek Sharpe, Sheri Bradley, Kim Roberts, Kim Rutledge, Tami Ellison, Denise Feldkamp, Bridgett Frisby, Christine Goehl, Stephanie Hadfield. Tara McConnell, Melissa Prather, Linda Schmidt, Shelly Waterman, Jim Doran, Lori Hinkle, Kris Neisen, Kathy Deters, Juli Kay Houghton, Tony Logsdon, Stephanie Smith, J. W. West, Kyle BerD' and Dennis Stutheit. Sophomores: A -- Jody Gorrell, Darla Lay, Stephen Penn and Paut cope with differences and different acoustics, different lengths of time, different audiences, plus they have to learn to plug the lights in the right sockets," he said. "The kids learn a lot more about things like that, than they would a play in the same place. They learn to deal with all that in addition to the other hasMes of a play," he added. The cast consists of Mark Smith, Paul Sharpe, Angela Slater, Ron Hinton, Scott Smith, Larry Arnold, Doug Mittleberg, Derek Sharpe, Melissa Prather, and Ruth Evans. The crew consists of Leanne Garkie, Phil Garkie, Becky Foley and Janet Odell. Sharpe. B -- Sarah Cunningham, Julie Parrish, Nikki Phillips, Kelley Heins. Greg Logsdon, Lynette Hamlin, Dawn Goehl, Theresa O'Brien, Kim Windof- far, Diane Brown, Sherry Miller, Lori Davis. Connie Hubble, Ronda Myers and Darren Stice. Juniors: A -- Amy Brown, Nancy Deters, Tina Edmonston, Lori Goehl. Doug Smith and Roger Woodard. B -- Carolyn Deters, Pam Gillespie, Alice Feldkamp, Richard Hinkle, Kathy Spratt. Luria Sparks, Kim Corbin, Matt Heindselman, Sonya Hunter, Gina Huebotter. John Wiskirchen, Debbie Cason, Glenn Chipman, Ronald Hinton, Cindy Levengood, Michele McCully, Jeff Schultz, Troy TenEyck, Brent Ludwig, Becky Foley, Todd Brandt, Annie Kennedy, Randy Lay, Melissa Lockett and Jolene Reid. Seniors: A -- Carolyn Kroeger, Angela Starer, Gerri Crabill, Tim Evans, Craig Ilia, Karen Sharpe, Mary Rush, Beth Feldkamp and Lenae Mallett, B- Tim Mcdonnell, Peggy porter, Kevin Meyer, Julia Hamlin, Jeannie Heins, Troy Brown, Mark Smith, Martha Clark, Randy Stice, Sandy Cribb, Kerry Merrell, Cameron Banner, Karen Dill, Dawn Hadfield, Mark Wikowsky, Steve Zuspann, Tim Clapp, David Hopson, Barbara Red- dick, Judy Schmidt, Susan Alexander. Andy Collins, Kim Freeman, Mike Henderson and Robin Myers. Health class has guest !! Robin Holmes wins college talent award Robin Holmes, a junior at Drury College, Springfield, Mo., was one of 12 students to participate in a talent show sponsored by the student council Monday, Feb. 25. Miss Holmes won first place with her vocal solo, and received an award of $100. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holmes, and is a 1982 graduate of Canton R-V School. speaker Highland eighth grade girls health class had a guest speaker Feb. 20. A volunteer from the American Cancer Society, Mrs. Betty Jo Phillips of Lewistown, presented a program describing breast self-examination techniques to aid in the early detection of breast cancer. A movie prepared by the American Cancer Society explained the examina- tion methods, and Mrs. Phillips, who is a registered nurse, answered student's questions and provided current re- search information about the subject. She has been a guest lecturer in the Highland health classes many times before. Mrs. Susan Lach, who teacheS physical education at Highland High School, also teaches a nine week claSS to a different group of eighth graders each quarter. Pack 102 Blue & Gold banquet Cub Scout Pack 102 met Sunday evening, Feb. 17, at the Ewing Elementary School gym. The Blue and Gold banquet was held to celebrate the 75th birthday of Scouting. The gym was decorated with blue and gold streamers and a large diamond representing Scoutings 75th year. Dennis Stutheit was responsible for the decorations. The evening began with Jeremy Gresusel presenting the American flag. The Cub Scouts then did a skit on what blue and gold means. A nice supper and a birthday cake were enjoyed by all. A progressive business meeting followed the supper. The Cub Scouts thanked Clyde Wilson for cutting out their track for the Pinewood Derby races in April'. Linda Stutheit announc- ed the winners of the top sales people from the area popcorn sales. Jason Guilfoyle took first place, Chris Fountain, second place, and Aaron Stutheit, third place, Other Scouts who sold more than 30 buckets were Lance Getz, Michael Lair and Billie Sutton. Ten Highland seniors at UMC Tests Ten Highland High School seniors mith and Steve Zuspann. participated in the Tests of Engineer- The students took tests in various ing Aptitude, Mathematics & Science subject areas including chemistry, held Feb. 19 on the University of physics, biology, advanced mathema- Missouri campus in Columbia. tics, language arts, and graphics. Attending were Gerri Crabill, Beth Their test results will also be Feldkamp, Craig Ilia, Carolyn Kroeg- combined to create a team score which er, Tim McConnell, Lenae Mallett, will be sent to participating schools at Doug Neisen, Larry Peacock, Mark a later date. tabl nuggets, tator es, bread, butter, i' lettuce salad, fruit, [kitter. corn milk. 'fO TNE JOURNAL Those present were Chris Fountain and father Jack Jason Guilfoyle and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Guilfoyle; Curtis Crandall and parents. Mr. and Mrs Carlie Crandall and family; Aaron Stutheit and mother. Linda and family: Jeremy Greusel and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Greusel and family; Scan Eisenberg and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and family; and Michael Lair and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lair and family. ! Sp00ng & Summer Arrow &. Career Club ,oh k Y l-shrt sleeve shirts have amved " Shrts' tl ! an ou o,, r== e'm . 0 ! ...,.. Pnt:n::YtthoiSkP?/hteUnciotYun | March 1"  /U'70  Z On nil winter ..n. l ................. "/'_."At PRING & b- mwdHmdl,. * ' 'o 12  have sometim, run the graders "1;;- ..... 'of r'S .l' e. /VRCHAiDIS[ P" d 4 Items ; a- : m.idnlght 'o kee the roads ,rom I ipme jWMA ,, ' .d,.o.., he, fro P I Levi Straight Leg " "V' " " ! ] tract ..._,P . m. those of you who have ced and is greatly appreciated. Dennis -McCutchan ' Roy E. Thirtyacre .. . . Harlle A. Spraff . -ornmlsslOnersoftheCounfyCourf i 00COOK'S MENS S 'one: will be administering the Basic Essential Skills Test (BEST) this spring to all 8th graders and to these students in grades 9 through 12 who have never taken the test or have failed some part of it. The BEST, developed by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to measure students' ability to apply  basic skills to everyday situations, is taken by all 8th graders in the public schools of the state each spring. The Lest covers three areas of the basic skills: reading and language arts, mathematics, and government- economics, with a separate subtest for each area. Each subtest includes 13 objectives with three tes items for each objective'. Last year 64 students in the Lewis County C-I School District passed all three parts of the BEST. The district scored highest in the areas of reading-language arts and govern- ment-economics and lowest in mathe- matics. The purpose of the test is to identify those students who have not mastered certain basic skills and the specific objectives they have not mastered. When the results of the test are sent to the school district, the information will be studied to determine the needs of certain students to see what improve- ment can be made. Good students at R-V win free pizza In an effort to balance the amount of time spent responding to positive as well as negative behavior the teachers and students at the Canton Elementary School, in cooperation with the Pizza Hut, are currently involved in a Good Student Award Contest. Students who have "positive" behavior each week are eligible to win a free pizza. Last week Sgt. Ernie Schroeder from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, drew the winning names from each classroom. Other local celebrities that have participated in the drawings include Mayor Roy Thirtyacre, news- paper reporter Dan Steinbeck, and KQ-102 disc jockey Todd Michaels. The Tin Man and the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz are scheduled for this Friday ! A grand prize drawing will be held April l to award a super supreme pizza to a super supreme student. Certificates will also be awarded to those students that participated in the contest, but were not pizza winners. At the end of the 10-week contest a total of 140 pizzas will have been given away. CARS VANS - CARS WASHED- ALL WORK DONE BY HAND CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT $5.[ CLEANED INSIDE AND OUT $Jl 0,00 Roach Tire Service- 4TH AND COLLEGE  CANTON, MO. 63435 -- PH. 314.288-5 TO ALL THE HOST FAMILIES TO ALL WHO ATTENDED TO ALL WHO HELPED IN MANY WAYS TO MAKE THE 'UP WITH PEOPLE'