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i:i  i  THE LEWIS COUNTY Made up Miles Turner, a speech and drama graduate of Culver-Stockton College, demonstrates stage makeup techniques on third grader Billy Sutton, pictured above. Turner showed first-and third graders items from his large makeup collection which included false noses, scars, mustaches and stage blood. The latter item held special fascination for the children&apos;. The visit and demonstrations were arranged as a part of a language arts unit in play acting by Mrs. Brenda Krueger, third grade teacher. SCHOOL NEWS Lewis Co. C-1 EWING SCHOOL Menu for Week of April l0 Monday: vegetable beef stew, cole slaw, apple sauce, light rolls, butter, milk. Tuesday: chili con carni with crackers, buttered corn, celery and carrot sticks, white cake, milk. Wednesday: oven fried chicken, buttered peas, jello with fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: hamburgers, dill pickle Chips, French fries, buttered spinach, brownies, bread, butter, milk. Friday: ham salad sand- wiches, seasoned green beans, sliced peaches, cookies, milk. LaBELLE SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: cold cut variety, mixed vegetables, dill pickle slice, jello salad, bread, butter, milk. Tuesday: weiner winks, lettuce salad, baked beans, diced pears, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday: BBQ beef on bun, French fries, sweet pickle chips, cheesecake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: oven fried chick- en,. buttered corn, pickled beets, apple sauce, bread, butter, milk. Friday: beef ravolia, butter- ed peas, garlic bread, peanut butter cookies, bread, butter, milk. LEWISTOWN SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: Ravolia, green beans, cake, fruit, bread, butter, milk, peanut butter. Tuesday: barbequed beef, French fries, baked beans, cake and topping, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Wednesday: turkey roll and dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, jello with fruit, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Thursday: goulash, corn, fruit crips, bread, carrot and celery sticks, butters I sandwiches, oatmeal cake. Friday: toasted cheese sandwiches, baked beans, let- tuce, pineapple slice. HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Freshman -- A: Steve Davis, Terry Hinkle, Renee Ilia, Karen Kern, Becky Menke, Sherri Moore. Freshman -- B: Sandy Bartz, Brenda Catron, Pare Dennis, Lisa Geisendorfer, Bob Huebotter, Sharo, n- Kaylor, Terry Klataske, Jan Klocke, Sharon Lurid, Penny Martin, My Phan, Shelia Rash, Jerilyn Salter, Debbie Spratt, Debbie Stahl, Tammie Vincent, Denise Wilson. Sophomore -- A: Abbie Eisenberg, Melody Turner, butter, Susie Gaus, Julie Burchelle. can peanut butter, milk. Friday: fish, baked potato, mixed vegetables, donuts and fruit, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. LaGRANGE SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: chicken noodle casserole, peas and carrots, cole slaw, peanut butter sandwich, chocolate pudding. Tuesday: turkey and gravy, green beans, whipped pota- toes, peanut butter sandwich, cranberry sauce, cherries. Wednesday: cold cuts and cheese, bread, French fries, corn, mixed fruit. Sophomore -- B: Kathy Althoff, Sandra Armstrong, Maria Bowman, Barb Brad- ley, Lisa Brumback, Willis Buswell, Becky Cunningham, Robert Deters, Jane Dicker- son, Joe Hogan, Becky Hal- bert, Melynda Hood, Jack Huebotter, Julie Huebotter, John Knoche, Brenda Kroe- ger, Laurie Kroeger, Janee Miller, Tony Lewis, Tom Lockett, Carol Nunn, Linda Peacock, Anh Phan, Carolyn Schmidt, Melinda Schmidt, Pam Schutte, Carrie Sheperd, Christine Shultz, Mike Tanner, Angela Tate, Doug Tiemann, Tim Vaughn, Deedy Weath- -00 Thursday: chili, crackers, ers, Debbie Welch, Chris on|t: Who financed GLENN A. MILLER E=ecutive Vice President boat and CANTON STATE BANK our' , The American farmer trailer? still furnishes much of the fd t nurish the wrld. I , :-, --- . _.'-  . The U. S. retains its preem- ......... ; " :" ...... ._, p- inence as a food producer  .  .- ....  .... in a world that needs food. I . _=- :"- -'q" - " For example, even . .... ,, - without the huge export .... :--.-- grain deals of just a few . ,=._ ..... years ago, farm exports last -._   year reached about 100 I. '- million tons.., double the i .....  7 ._,ff__/ = I according to the Depart- I c...- ment of Agriculture. Ex-!  ports now bring in about or-ffhh of farm income, I",B -'; and generate more than a million jobs on and off the l M rt I n su ra n( farm. A pretty large part of our that who. business at the bank is cry. 00Pll00I=00( keep agricultural /- P i"\\; lf you want financing for a new or production growing. We re I" r ") used car or pick-up truck, for a boat glad we are able to help \\;--Ir-rlJr/ or recreational vehicle, just call the nprove the economy of ..,)(,.., same friendly professional you'd trust our area by putting money IMClIDAMC-I} to insure it: your nearby MFA to work on farms and L.__"un''"lJ Insurance Agent! ranches. Increased ef- fmiency in crop yields helps create more jobs. And when more Americans are put to work, all Americans enjoy a still higher standard of living.., you can BANK on itl :TERRY FRETwELL Phone 314.288- 3734 Lewistown & Canton, Mo. "Affiliate - MFA Security Service Company Canton Cub Scout Pack holds Pinewood Derby Cub Scout Pack 174 hela their annual Pinewood Derby March 31 in tle Canton Christian Church fellowship hall with 16 entries. Winning the race competition was Dan Wiltshire; second place, Greg Leftwich; .third place, Seen Webster. The best-looking car award went to Russell Unger; second place, David Thomp- son; third place, Alan John- son. Judges for the events were John Bursewicz and Rev. Dann Masden. Other awards given were Wolf badges to Brendon Childers, Alan Johnson, Jeff Rees, Rick Skmons, Miekey Simon and Ru,sll Unger. Webelos receiving T;ist and athlete awards were Tony Dye, Tracy Howe, Robert Lee, Greg Leftwich, Scott Ludwig, Joe Walter and Dan Wiltshire. Citizenship awards were pre- sented to Greg Leftwich and Robert Lee. The religion award was presented to Robert Lee. Cubs were urged to sell their tickets for the Scout Show in Hannibal by April 18. NMSU Music Festival to be Thurs..Sat. About 2,000 students from 32 high schools in northeast Missouri will compete each day of the Northeast Missouri High School Music Festival on April 6-8 at Northeast Mis- souri State University, Kirks- ville. The three-day event will iinclude vocal and instrument- al competition in 3 classes, A (250 students and below), AA (251-500 students), and AAA (50-1200 students). Those who receive a I rating on a solo or small group performance will be eligible to participate in the State Music Festival of the Missouri State High School Activities Associ- ation on April 28-29 at the University of Missouri-Colum- bia. MSHSAA sponsors the Northeast District Festival. The 32 high schools who will compete in NMSU come from these counties: Adair, Chari- ton, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Linn, Macon, Marion, Putnam, Scot- !and, Schuyler, Shelby and Sullivan. ")Class A schools includes Canton High and Highland High is in Class AAA. For a complete schedule of events, interested persons should contact the Fine Arts Division Office, Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, MO 63501. The Fine Arts Division is the local sponsor of the music festival. Wiskerchen, Junior  A: Phil Ballard, CarolBrenner, Mary Deters, Karen Earlywine, Kelly Groom, Diane Kern, Mark Krueger, Doug Mallet, Jeff Penn, Rhonda Price, Holly Webster. Junior -- B: Lori Bruns, Ella Clay, Danny Davis, Barbara Dennis, Lori Fox, Kathy Fulton, Lori Gunlock, Chris Heller, Larry Hender- son, Vicki Hoffer, Peggy Jones, Rick Kempe, Lisa Kriegshauser, Johnnie Lay, Sherri Lay, Ralph Martin, Lisa Miller, Janet Rush, Sonja Schnitzer, Stacy Scffres, Barb Sellers, Laura Geisendorfer, Tammy Stoermer, Debbie Shmitz, Barb Salter, David Stice, Vickey Whitaker, Kim Williams. Senior -- A: Lou Ann Anderson, Kenneth Cludray, Susie Cook, Mary Durk, Lisa Gantt, Trudie Knapp, David Kroeger, Cindy Morriss, Mi- chele Neisen, Jo Patton, Glenda Price, Denise Seals, Karen Sneeden, Mark Tate, sandwich, milk. Line B Monday: lasagna, green beans, bread and butter, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: tuna salad with lettuce, French fries, peach crisp, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: fried chicken, baked beans, cottage cheese, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Thursday: surfburger, mac- aroni and tomatoes, peas, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: chicken salad with lettuce, corn, cinnamon rolls. extra sandwich, milk. Canton R-V I Dare You Award Curt McCutchan and Jem:ne Play Cast Cast members of the Highland Drama "let him sleep 'till its time for his funeral" from left to right, Lisa Krieghauser, Kleinman, Tammy Stoermer, and at Whitaker. Highland High production combines drama & variety in and out of this side-splitter are, Elizabeth, the daughter, played by Vickie Whitaker. The next door neighbors, Russ and Millie, played by Darryl Egley and Lisa Krieghauser. Mr. Jansen is portrayed by "I Dare You" award sponsor- ed by the American youth Foundation, according to Rick Edwards, R-V counselor. Listed in Who's Who School officials have been notified that 15 R-V students have been selected for inclu- sion in the 1978 publication of "Who's Who Among American High School Students." Jun- iors so designated are Diana Ayers, Leigh Ann Bishoff, Kathy Keithly, Beth Ridgely and Vanitta Waterman. Sen- iors to be included are Kerri Calvert, Barbara Conoyer, Kristy Hines, Cathy Hoffman, Barry Jones, Linda Lay, Curt McCutchan, Annie Shaw, Joni Stevenson and Jeanne Uhl- meyer. Early Dismissal Friday Students will be dismissed at 2:30 p,.tn, from classes in R-V schools so that teachers tnay at a K-6 facility and staff meeting. CANTON R-V SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: hamburger, bun, French fries, dill pickles, apple crisp, extra sandwich, milk. TueSday: chicken salad, hot rolls, green beans, apple- sauce, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: chicken fried steak, sweet potatoes, pears, extra sandwich, milk. Thursday: wiener on bun, sauerkraut, peach, yellow cake with frosting, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: tacos, lettuce, to- matoes, cheese, peanuts, jello with fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Trying to kill two birds with one stone, the Highland High School Drama Club has decided to combine their spring play with a variety show. The result is a dynamic, extra spectacular fourth an- Uhlmeyer, seniors at Canton nual spring production, entitl- R-V, have been awarded the ed, "Let Him Sleep 'till It's Time for His Funeral", and variety show. The production will be held in the Highland gym April 14-15, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets are $I.00 for students, $1.50 for adults. Tickets at the door will be $1.25 for students and $1.75 for adults. Children under 5 will be admitted free. The variety show will include several acts of sing- ing, dancing, skits and a special feature, pantomime. Plus a performance by the Highland High Swing Choir. The play, "Let Him Sleep 'till It's Time for His Funer- al", is a zany comedy about a wife, Edna Doliefson, played by Tammy Stormer, who decides to give her husband, Harold (portrayed by Jim Klienman) a funeral. She does this in hope a reunion will occur between Harold and his family and friends. However, things get twisted and sort of confused when Harold gets the idea that Edna is trying to kill him. And thus the fun begins. Other characters that weave :q.t CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 Cantonian is in Kirksville quiz contest Four teams of students answered questions to win in the annual Blue Key Campus Bowl competition held March 20-22 at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville. Teams of four students and one alternate are quizzed on Bill Staldr. The show's director, Miss Deborah Paris, stated that , "It looks like an interesting combination. In fact, it may just work." Mo. income .tax refunds total $39 million Nearly $39 million has been returned to Missouri citizens and corporations so far this year, in the form of tax refunds, according to Gerald Goldberg, director of revenue. "And these refund checks are being processed within an average time of 23 calendar days," added Goldberg. To date, the Department of Revenue has issued 562,966 individual refunds, totaling $37610,427. The average re- tu/Ki am0unts {0 .8i( ..... Senior citizens are enjoying even more substantial re- funds, averaging $170.85. Al- most $2.5 million have been ,returned to the 14,614 senior citizens who have filed to date. Canton to dis at NMSI] Mary Canton High standing high art who have have their from April University 218 in Northeast versity, The petitive School Seniors from noon to 5 the Thirt submitted 61 their work on were William ant professor Unger, James Pauls, sor of art. Two seniors will School that will covet' of tuition. FOR SAL Leland Bonnell to attend meeting Anthony Vaughn, Diane Warn- their general knowledge gain- ing, Beth Weber, Kim- in Arizona ing points for each right 807' liMdPTON I00NE Johnson. answer. This ]2 year-old house contai Senior - B: Robin Bishop, Leland Bonnell, director of Winning teams included Carol Briscoe, Jim Brown, Lewis County Foster Grand- Delta Chi social fraternity, bedrooms with ]V baths and is Melissa Corben, Renny Cot- parents, will be attending the second team, third place, of 50'x]50' lot in Canton. The moderl trell, Debbie Cunningham, Region VII Action meeting which MikeTuley, a senior features a built-in stove with t Linda Earlywine, Alva Farr, being held in conjunetion with from Jefferson City, formerly Highlighting the ]3'x22' living t< Rite Farr, William Fish, the Western Gerentology As- of Canton, is a member; and Roland Friedlein, Jenny Gart- sociation meeting at Tuscon, Phi Mu Alpha men's profes- wood-burning fireplace with heatalat land, Vanessa Hinton, Debi Ariz. on April 8-12. sional music fraternity, fourth Another attraction of the hO0 Hoteling, Debbie Jenkins, This meeting will include a place. Joe Stevenson, a sopho- completely finished enclosed gm Tisha Kincaid, Barb Kroeger, wide variety of educational more from Canton, was a ]4 x20 two-story storage shed in tl Sonja Kroeger, Mike Krueger, experiences for senior citizens member of the Phi Mu team. Other features of the house in, Bobby Lahr, Doug G. Lay, and persons working with The All-Star Team was gas service, with a gas hot water t ! Brian Lesser, Sherry May, Older Americans Programs. made up of individuals who Tammy Metcalf, Vicki Mor- The Western GerentologY answered the most questions air furnace-central air conditioni I, row, Marilyn O'Brien, Tammy Association is a well-known in the competition. Members hook-ups for washer.dryer and a  Olson, Anita Raleigh, Diana body which works to improve included Mike Tuley. Rayl, Randy Rees, Deana bbth the lives of older persons They lost in competition to Call Today For Sho00 Roberts, Brenda Schmidt, and *hose whose lives are the Blue Key Team that ARD DODD Susan Sellers, Brenda Sharpe, impacted by senior citizens, included Phil Brenner, a RIcH Barb Shires, Debbie Sparks, Membership is comprised of senior from Lewistown, Kathy Standbridge, Robyn educators and workers in the Blue Key is a national CANTON, MO. PHONE 28- Pleme 11 after 4 for appointment and WE'RE OPENI JD's RENOVATIONS b now offer you complete, expert repeir and refinishing service. Snow, Kay Weathers, Dennis Welch, Kathy Williams, Peggy Johnston. Menu for Week of April 1O Line A Monday: hamburger, cat- sup, mustard, French fries, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: bar-b-que beef, catsup, mustard, French fries, pudding, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: fried chicken, baked beans, cottage cheese, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Thursday: hamburger, cat- sup, mustard, French fries, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: hamburger, catsup, mustard, French fries, extra agency field as well as honorary that does service persons over 60. projects at NMSU. Com/dete Une of Xeb/t Fum/tore -- Drapery Materfd and Cmtem Made C)PN JD's Renovations Saturdays 435 CLARK ST. i:i  i  THE LEWIS COUNTY Made up Miles Turner, a speech and drama graduate of Culver-Stockton College, demonstrates stage makeup techniques on third grader Billy Sutton, pictured above. Turner showed first-and third graders items from his large makeup collection which included false noses, scars, mustaches and stage blood. The latter item held special fascination for the children'. The visit and demonstrations were arranged as a part of a language arts unit in play acting by Mrs. Brenda Krueger, third grade teacher. SCHOOL NEWS Lewis Co. C-1 EWING SCHOOL Menu for Week of April l0 Monday: vegetable beef stew, cole slaw, apple sauce, light rolls, butter, milk. Tuesday: chili con carni with crackers, buttered corn, celery and carrot sticks, white cake, milk. Wednesday: oven fried chicken, buttered peas, jello with fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: hamburgers, dill pickle Chips, French fries, buttered spinach, brownies, bread, butter, milk. Friday: ham salad sand- wiches, seasoned green beans, sliced peaches, cookies, milk. LaBELLE SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: cold cut variety, mixed vegetables, dill pickle slice, jello salad, bread, butter, milk. Tuesday: weiner winks, lettuce salad, baked beans, diced pears, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday: BBQ beef on bun, French fries, sweet pickle chips, cheesecake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: oven fried chick- en,. buttered corn, pickled beets, apple sauce, bread, butter, milk. Friday: beef ravolia, butter- ed peas, garlic bread, peanut butter cookies, bread, butter, milk. LEWISTOWN SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: Ravolia, green beans, cake, fruit, bread, butter, milk, peanut butter. Tuesday: barbequed beef, French fries, baked beans, cake and topping, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Wednesday: turkey roll and dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, jello with fruit, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. Thursday: goulash, corn, fruit crips, bread, carrot and celery sticks, butters I sandwiches, oatmeal cake. Friday: toasted cheese sandwiches, baked beans, let- tuce, pineapple slice. HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Freshman -- A: Steve Davis, Terry Hinkle, Renee Ilia, Karen Kern, Becky Menke, Sherri Moore. Freshman -- B: Sandy Bartz, Brenda Catron, Pare Dennis, Lisa Geisendorfer, Bob Huebotter, Sharo, n- Kaylor, Terry Klataske, Jan Klocke, Sharon Lurid, Penny Martin, My Phan, Shelia Rash, Jerilyn Salter, Debbie Spratt, Debbie Stahl, Tammie Vincent, Denise Wilson. Sophomore -- A: Abbie Eisenberg, Melody Turner, butter, Susie Gaus, Julie Burchelle. can peanut butter, milk. Friday: fish, baked potato, mixed vegetables, donuts and fruit, bread, butter, peanut butter, milk. LaGRANGE SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: chicken noodle casserole, peas and carrots, cole slaw, peanut butter sandwich, chocolate pudding. Tuesday: turkey and gravy, green beans, whipped pota- toes, peanut butter sandwich, cranberry sauce, cherries. Wednesday: cold cuts and cheese, bread, French fries, corn, mixed fruit. Sophomore -- B: Kathy Althoff, Sandra Armstrong, Maria Bowman, Barb Brad- ley, Lisa Brumback, Willis Buswell, Becky Cunningham, Robert Deters, Jane Dicker- son, Joe Hogan, Becky Hal- bert, Melynda Hood, Jack Huebotter, Julie Huebotter, John Knoche, Brenda Kroe- ger, Laurie Kroeger, Janee Miller, Tony Lewis, Tom Lockett, Carol Nunn, Linda Peacock, Anh Phan, Carolyn Schmidt, Melinda Schmidt, Pam Schutte, Carrie Sheperd, Christine Shultz, Mike Tanner, Angela Tate, Doug Tiemann, Tim Vaughn, Deedy Weath- -00 Thursday: chili, crackers, ers, Debbie Welch, Chris on|t: Who financed GLENN A. MILLER E=ecutive Vice President boat and CANTON STATE BANK our' , The American farmer trailer? still furnishes much of the fd t nurish the wrld. I , :-, --- . _.'-  . The U. S. retains its preem- ......... ; " :" ...... ._, p- inence as a food producer  .  .- ....  .... in a world that needs food. I . _=- :"- -'q" - " For example, even . .... ,, - without the huge export .... :--.-- grain deals of just a few . ,=._ ..... years ago, farm exports last -._   year reached about 100 I. '- million tons.., double the i .....  7 ._,ff__/ = I according to the Depart- I c...- ment of Agriculture. Ex-!  ports now bring in about or-ffhh of farm income, I",B -'; and generate more than a million jobs on and off the l M rt I n su ra n( farm. A pretty large part of our that who. business at the bank is cry. 00Pll00I=00( keep agricultural /- P i"\\; lf you want financing for a new or production growing. We re I" r ") used car or pick-up truck, for a boat glad we are able to help \\;--Ir-rlJr/ or recreational vehicle, just call the nprove the economy of ..,)(,.., same friendly professional you'd trust our area by putting money IMClIDAMC-I} to insure it: your nearby MFA to work on farms and L.__"un''"lJ Insurance Agent! ranches. Increased ef- fmiency in crop yields helps create more jobs. And when more Americans are put to work, all Americans enjoy a still higher standard of living.., you can BANK on itl :TERRY FRETwELL Phone 314.288- 3734 Lewistown & Canton, Mo. "Affiliate - MFA Security Service Company Canton Cub Scout Pack holds Pinewood Derby Cub Scout Pack 174 hela their annual Pinewood Derby March 31 in tle Canton Christian Church fellowship hall with 16 entries. Winning the race competition was Dan Wiltshire; second place, Greg Leftwich; .third place, Seen Webster. The best-looking car award went to Russell Unger; second place, David Thomp- son; third place, Alan John- son. Judges for the events were John Bursewicz and Rev. Dann Masden. Other awards given were Wolf badges to Brendon Childers, Alan Johnson, Jeff Rees, Rick Skmons, Miekey Simon and Ru,sll Unger. Webelos receiving T;ist and athlete awards were Tony Dye, Tracy Howe, Robert Lee, Greg Leftwich, Scott Ludwig, Joe Walter and Dan Wiltshire. Citizenship awards were pre- sented to Greg Leftwich and Robert Lee. The religion award was presented to Robert Lee. Cubs were urged to sell their tickets for the Scout Show in Hannibal by April 18. NMSU Music Festival to be Thurs..Sat. About 2,000 students from 32 high schools in northeast Missouri will compete each day of the Northeast Missouri High School Music Festival on April 6-8 at Northeast Mis- souri State University, Kirks- ville. The three-day event will iinclude vocal and instrument- al competition in 3 classes, A (250 students and below), AA (251-500 students), and AAA (50-1200 students). Those who receive a I rating on a solo or small group performance will be eligible to participate in the State Music Festival of the Missouri State High School Activities Associ- ation on April 28-29 at the University of Missouri-Colum- bia. MSHSAA sponsors the Northeast District Festival. The 32 high schools who will compete in NMSU come from these counties: Adair, Chari- ton, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Linn, Macon, Marion, Putnam, Scot- !and, Schuyler, Shelby and Sullivan. ")Class A schools includes Canton High and Highland High is in Class AAA. For a complete schedule of events, interested persons should contact the Fine Arts Division Office, Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, MO 63501. The Fine Arts Division is the local sponsor of the music festival. Wiskerchen, Junior  A: Phil Ballard, CarolBrenner, Mary Deters, Karen Earlywine, Kelly Groom, Diane Kern, Mark Krueger, Doug Mallet, Jeff Penn, Rhonda Price, Holly Webster. Junior -- B: Lori Bruns, Ella Clay, Danny Davis, Barbara Dennis, Lori Fox, Kathy Fulton, Lori Gunlock, Chris Heller, Larry Hender- son, Vicki Hoffer, Peggy Jones, Rick Kempe, Lisa Kriegshauser, Johnnie Lay, Sherri Lay, Ralph Martin, Lisa Miller, Janet Rush, Sonja Schnitzer, Stacy Scffres, Barb Sellers, Laura Geisendorfer, Tammy Stoermer, Debbie Shmitz, Barb Salter, David Stice, Vickey Whitaker, Kim Williams. Senior -- A: Lou Ann Anderson, Kenneth Cludray, Susie Cook, Mary Durk, Lisa Gantt, Trudie Knapp, David Kroeger, Cindy Morriss, Mi- chele Neisen, Jo Patton, Glenda Price, Denise Seals, Karen Sneeden, Mark Tate, sandwich, milk. Line B Monday: lasagna, green beans, bread and butter, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: tuna salad with lettuce, French fries, peach crisp, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: fried chicken, baked beans, cottage cheese, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Thursday: surfburger, mac- aroni and tomatoes, peas, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: chicken salad with lettuce, corn, cinnamon rolls. extra sandwich, milk. Canton R-V I Dare You Award Curt McCutchan and Jem:ne Play Cast Cast members of the Highland Drama "let him sleep 'till its time for his funeral" from left to right, Lisa Krieghauser, Kleinman, Tammy Stoermer, and at Whitaker. Highland High production combines drama & variety in and out of this side-splitter are, Elizabeth, the daughter, played by Vickie Whitaker. The next door neighbors, Russ and Millie, played by Darryl Egley and Lisa Krieghauser. Mr. Jansen is portrayed by "I Dare You" award sponsor- ed by the American youth Foundation, according to Rick Edwards, R-V counselor. Listed in Who's Who School officials have been notified that 15 R-V students have been selected for inclu- sion in the 1978 publication of "Who's Who Among American High School Students." Jun- iors so designated are Diana Ayers, Leigh Ann Bishoff, Kathy Keithly, Beth Ridgely and Vanitta Waterman. Sen- iors to be included are Kerri Calvert, Barbara Conoyer, Kristy Hines, Cathy Hoffman, Barry Jones, Linda Lay, Curt McCutchan, Annie Shaw, Joni Stevenson and Jeanne Uhl- meyer. Early Dismissal Friday Students will be dismissed at 2:30 p,.tn, from classes in R-V schools so that teachers tnay at a K-6 facility and staff meeting. CANTON R-V SCHOOL Menu for Week of April 10 Monday: hamburger, bun, French fries, dill pickles, apple crisp, extra sandwich, milk. TueSday: chicken salad, hot rolls, green beans, apple- sauce, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: chicken fried steak, sweet potatoes, pears, extra sandwich, milk. Thursday: wiener on bun, sauerkraut, peach, yellow cake with frosting, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: tacos, lettuce, to- matoes, cheese, peanuts, jello with fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Trying to kill two birds with one stone, the Highland High School Drama Club has decided to combine their spring play with a variety show. The result is a dynamic, extra spectacular fourth an- Uhlmeyer, seniors at Canton nual spring production, entitl- R-V, have been awarded the ed, "Let Him Sleep 'till It's Time for His Funeral", and variety show. The production will be held in the Highland gym April 14-15, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets are $I.00 for students, $1.50 for adults. Tickets at the door will be $1.25 for students and $1.75 for adults. Children under 5 will be admitted free. The variety show will include several acts of sing- ing, dancing, skits and a special feature, pantomime. Plus a performance by the Highland High Swing Choir. The play, "Let Him Sleep 'till It's Time for His Funer- al", is a zany comedy about a wife, Edna Doliefson, played by Tammy Stormer, who decides to give her husband, Harold (portrayed by Jim Klienman) a funeral. She does this in hope a reunion will occur between Harold and his family and friends. However, things get twisted and sort of confused when Harold gets the idea that Edna is trying to kill him. And thus the fun begins. Other characters that weave :q.t CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 Cantonian is in Kirksville quiz contest Four teams of students answered questions to win in the annual Blue Key Campus Bowl competition held March 20-22 at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville. Teams of four students and one alternate are quizzed on Bill Staldr. The show's director, Miss Deborah Paris, stated that , "It looks like an interesting combination. In fact, it may just work." Mo. income .tax refunds total $39 million Nearly $39 million has been returned to Missouri citizens and corporations so far this year, in the form of tax refunds, according to Gerald Goldberg, director of revenue. "And these refund checks are being processed within an average time of 23 calendar days," added Goldberg. To date, the Department of Revenue has issued 562,966 individual refunds, totaling $37610,427. The average re- tu/Ki am0unts {0 .8i( ..... Senior citizens are enjoying even more substantial re- funds, averaging $170.85. Al- most $2.5 million have been ,returned to the 14,614 senior citizens who have filed to date. Canton to dis at NMSI] Mary Canton High standing high art who have have their from April University 218 in Northeast versity, The petitive School Seniors from noon to 5 the Thirt submitted 61 their work on were William ant professor Unger, James Pauls, sor of art. Two seniors will School that will covet' of tuition. FOR SAL Leland Bonnell to attend meeting Anthony Vaughn, Diane Warn- their general knowledge gain- ing, Beth Weber, Kim- in Arizona ing points for each right 807' liMdPTON I00NE Johnson. answer. This ]2 year-old house contai Senior - B: Robin Bishop, Leland Bonnell, director of Winning teams included Carol Briscoe, Jim Brown, Lewis County Foster Grand- Delta Chi social fraternity, bedrooms with ]V baths and is Melissa Corben, Renny Cot- parents, will be attending the second team, third place, of 50'x]50' lot in Canton. The moderl trell, Debbie Cunningham, Region VII Action meeting which MikeTuley, a senior features a built-in stove with t Linda Earlywine, Alva Farr, being held in conjunetion with from Jefferson City, formerly Highlighting the ]3'x22' living t< Rite Farr, William Fish, the Western Gerentology As- of Canton, is a member; and Roland Friedlein, Jenny Gart- sociation meeting at Tuscon, Phi Mu Alpha men's profes- wood-burning fireplace with heatalat land, Vanessa Hinton, Debi Ariz. on April 8-12. sional music fraternity, fourth Another attraction of the hO0 Hoteling, Debbie Jenkins, This meeting will include a place. Joe Stevenson, a sopho- completely finished enclosed gm Tisha Kincaid, Barb Kroeger, wide variety of educational more from Canton, was a ]4 x20 two-story storage shed in tl Sonja Kroeger, Mike Krueger, experiences for senior citizens member of the Phi Mu team. Other features of the house in, Bobby Lahr, Doug G. Lay, and persons working with The All-Star Team was gas service, with a gas hot water t ! Brian Lesser, Sherry May, Older Americans Programs. made up of individuals who Tammy Metcalf, Vicki Mor- The Western GerentologY answered the most questions air furnace-central air conditioni I, row, Marilyn O'Brien, Tammy Association is a well-known in the competition. Members hook-ups for washer.dryer and a  Olson, Anita Raleigh, Diana body which works to improve included Mike Tuley. Rayl, Randy Rees, Deana bbth the lives of older persons They lost in competition to Call Today For Sho00 Roberts, Brenda Schmidt, and *hose whose lives are the Blue Key Team that ARD DODD Susan Sellers, Brenda Sharpe, impacted by senior citizens, included Phil Brenner, a RIcH Barb Shires, Debbie Sparks, Membership is comprised of senior from Lewistown, Kathy Standbridge, Robyn educators and workers in the Blue Key is a national CANTON, MO. PHONE 28- Pleme 11 after 4 for appointment and WE'RE OPENI JD's RENOVATIONS b now offer you complete, expert repeir and refinishing service. Snow, Kay Weathers, Dennis Welch, Kathy Williams, Peggy Johnston. Menu for Week of April 1O Line A Monday: hamburger, cat- sup, mustard, French fries, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Tuesday: bar-b-que beef, catsup, mustard, French fries, pudding, extra sandwich, milk. Wednesday: fried chicken, baked beans, cottage cheese, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Thursday: hamburger, cat- sup, mustard, French fries, fruit, extra sandwich, milk. Friday: hamburger, catsup, mustard, French fries, extra agency field as well as honorary that does service persons over 60. projects at NMSU. Com/dete Une of Xeb/t Fum/tore -- Drapery Materfd and Cmtem Made C)PN JD's Renovations Saturdays 435 CLARK ST.