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UTH SCEr,IE 00']00itt00c,,33t T00J00so,J'00 i00qjonul Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, 1985, Page III 3c - and students at History Day contest students NEMO Students from Lewis County C-I High khooL Ewing, participated in the ltth Northeast Missouri Regional Science and Engineering Fair and the District IV Missouri Junior Academy e( Science Research Paper Presentation at Northeast Missouri State University. Pictured are: Ronnie Hutcherson, Rhonda Doran. Gary Penn, Tim Kriegshanser, Karen MeCully, Staci Whiteaker. Shawna Smith. Michael Little. Albert Frteden, Justan Dill, Johnny Hoibert. Second row: Chris Oisoa, Eric Chllders, Jim Dmata, Rms Krueger, Craig Ilia, Tim McConnell. Juli Houghtea, Amy Windofler, MelIutsa Prather, Nancy Gullfoyie and Cfinton Waters. Little took tint in the junior high division of Medicine and Health and Penn took top hoao in the Zoology eatgory. Hutchertm won first in Engineering C and Holbert placed third in Earth and Space Science. Fair 00(00$0tll*i 0000Cpl]t C?ntonh,ked parkBY areaSCuts : in Illinois Eleven members and two leaders of  historic Allerton Park area northeast 7"   t  " 1 iil 1 II  campedf Decatur,in a nearbylll" laStstateWeekendforest, and , !/i t,,a Call the Trail of the Fu Dogs and the Sunsinger Trail, the 12-mile trek took ll ll the Scouts through the estate of Robert Allerton (1873-1964), who donated the I=oVHI  park to the University of Illinois in 1946. The estate includes approximate- ly 1,500 acres of woodland property, a Georgian mansion, exquisite formal gardens, including a courtyard con- taining 14 Chinese Fu Dog statues and the District IV Missouri Junior Academy o( Science made of porcelain. Numerous other at Northeast Missouri State University. Plctnred David Lee, 8nrah K'y, ,Steve n,v: Ltmla Coates. In the Junior high division of Behavieval and Social second. Lee took second in Engineering B. statues and ornaments are found throughout the park. They were collected by Allerton and his son, John, during their world-wide travels. Participating in the weekend were John Collins, Sean Cooper, Michael Levengood, Casey Schaller, Justin Smith, Erie Toss, Robert Willis, Darin McCoy, Jamie Terpein, D. J. Shepherd, K. G. Sherwood, Scout- master Gael Cooper, and Troop Committee Chairman Richard Toss. The troop will attend the Mark Twain District Scout Show this weekend and invites all persons interested in seeing Scouting in action to attend. The show will be held in the Armory downtown in Hannibal. A spring Boy Scout information meeting will be held for all boys and parents who would like to know more about Dining Boy Scouts. The sign -up meeting will be Tuesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. in the Canton R-V multi-purpose room. Refreshments and Scout games will follow. Joins Honor Society Kelly Berry of Canton has become a member of Cardinal Key Honor Society during the spring semester at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville. Miss Berry, daughter of Bill and Lois Berry of Canton, is a junior majoring in painting and biology at the university. She is a 1982 graduate of Canton R-V High School. from the Canton R-V Schoui District competed in Y eentest at Northeast Mtuem't State University. In Matt Ward aM Ryu Kuhinum took seem4 pinee in the with tludr entry. "The Roman Celesseum." place ht the Ind/vldmd Projee aategery with Jmte |. I144." Pan 8hreeder, Steve Jarvls, Angela and Sarah Kenaey's Greap Performance. "When Life In the sealm- dlvisloa. Scan Coeqr mad John Collins eat, gory with their entry. "The Great Depresslnn." were spomered by Saadra Dennin aM the Rail Pktared arc Steve Jarvb, Ryan Knhlmaa. Amy James, Pan Schreeder, Sarah Ke=mey a! Aagela 8eaa Cooper. Joim CoIIim anal R=ly Hm'ner. honor roll Students from Highland junior and senior high s-houls competed in the 1985 National History Day contest at Northeast Missouri State University In the junior division, first place honors in competition categories went to Eric Olson, Dawn Anderson, Melis- Bean, Rhonda Doran. Amber Gunlock, Chris Herst. Nathan Smith. Darin Hall, Todd McKenzie, Matt Smith and Heath LINDA LAY Helm, John Stephenie Gary Owens, Honored as NMSU Outstanding graduate student Linda Lay of Canton received the Outstanding Graduate Student in Accounting at the annual academic honors awards assembly held March 21 at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville. Outstanding students traditionally are recognized at the assembly. Miss Lay is a graduate student working toward a Master o4" Aecout- ancy. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lay. During her NMSU career, she has achieved an honor grade point average of 3.62 on a 4.0 scale. Margaret Gladbach attends School Libraries meet Margaret Gladbach attended the 1965 Spring Conference of the Missouri Association of School Libraries tMASL) on April 14-16 at the Lodge of the Four Seasons, Lake Ozark. The conference keynote speaker was Jim Trelease, author of the "Read-A- and Jennifer Nelson. loud Handbook." Arthur Mallory, Mo. Seniors: 4.0, Gerri Crahill, Beth Commissioner of Education, spoke Brea00ast Feldkamp, Jeannie Heins, Craig Ill& during a special session concerning his quarter SpcJal as foUows: Melissa Prather, Kim Rutledge, Tami Carolyn Kroeger, Lenae MaUett, perspective of the role of school Ellison, Nathan Tiedemann, Jimmy Peggy Porter, Mary Rush, Karon librarianship William Least Heat Dana Dm'an, IOns Neisen, Juli Houghton, Sharpe and Angela Slater. B, Tim Moon, author of "Blue Highways," |  & Kroeg- TOAST Smith and Shelly Waterman, Kathy Deters, Lori Evans, Kevin Meyer, Randy Stice, was the speaker at the recognition Tim McConnell, Julie Hamlin, Larry brunch, the closing session. 6 91 .Hinlde, DougMullenix, Linda Schmidt, Arnold, Troy Brown, Martha Clark, Sixteen different workshops offered Amber Whitaker, Tony Logsdon, Mary Wikowsky, Andy Collins, Mike wide varieties of ideas and informa- Angela Slmtwell, Eric Sweet, Melvina Tasco, Kyle Berry. Kellie Bowen, Chad Henderson, Steve Zuspann, Susan tion. Many workshops were repeated Harvey, Tina House, Janet Odeg, Alexander, Mark Smith, Cameron to allowparticipantsmanychoices. Frozen Dennis Stutheit and J. W. West. Benner, Kerry Merrell, Barbara Sophomores: 4.0, Nikki Phillips and Reddick, Judy Schmidt, John Water- Zahn. Second place winners were John Brown, John Holbert, Stacey Bean, Bonnie Hutcherson, Connie Kackley and Michael Little. Third place honors went to John Watkins, Deanna May, Amy Bonneli and Robert Wallace. In the senior division, Karen Sharpe took first place and second place awards went to Misty Cramer, Todd LaGrange Brownies tour pizza works The LaGrange Brownie Troop No,8 enjoyed a trip to Godfathers Pizza in Quincy April 18. The girls were given a tour of the kitchen area of the restaurant and then helped make their own individual pizzas. Brandt, Becky Foley and Doug Smith. Third places were awarded to Luria Sparks, Debbie Cason, Michele Me- Cully, Kathy Spratt, Tony Swenka, Paul Sharpe, Jimmy Goodwin, Rusty Hultz and Lori Goehl. Pictures are John Brown, Dan Goehl, John Watkins, Ronnie Huteher- son, Melissa Bean, Rhonda Connie Kackley, Stacey Bean, Lori Goehl, Becky Foley, Todd Brandt, Karen Sharpe, Jimmy Goodwin, Debbie Canon, Anita Oeisendorfer Lisa Doscher, Misty Cramer. Second row: Michael Little, John Holbert, Todd McKenzie, Darin Hall, Nathan Smith, Dawn Anderson, Amber Gun- lock, Michele McCully, Doug Smith, Tony Swenka, Luria Sparks, Rusty Hultz, Kathy Spratt. Third row: Heath Zahn, Matt Smith, Eric Olson and Paul Troop members attending were Sharpe. Dawn Boltz, Kristine Branham. Moni- que Clay, Tonia Eisenbeiss. Micheile O . Lowe. Marlene Martin, Erin Mugger, Marlo Siater, Kimberlee Smith and v HAPPY BIRTHDAY, "Rhonda Tallent. The girls were aecom- I DOROTHY panned by Sharon Branham, Jo Cooley and Janice and Sharalee Smith. Scout Night at Ewing school " Cub Scout Pack 102 and Boy Scout Troop 12,will sponsor "School Night for : Scouting' on April 30 at the Swing gym. Any oy interested in Scouting should attend with his parents. Ages 8-17 years are accepted. Lll/e Lair   Cuhmaster and Carlie Crandall is the  ....... ":'We LODe YoMJ Scoutmaster for the Zwing troop. V MOM AND AUNTIE Come to the Ewing school by 7 p.m. q to see what you are missing. WEINERS LB. $149 We at Deters Da/ry ere proud of our De/r/ products and you should be, too. At the American Cultured Da/r/ Products Institute held recently In Nashville, our ottave cheese and sour cream athdned perfect scores among over 60 entries from the United Stateg, Canada & Mexico. Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mt. Dew FROZEN ' QUARTER POUND HAMBURGER ,I.09 Kasey B, Ross Krueger, Darla Karen Dill, Kin Sharpe, Paul Sharpe. man, Barbara Borgstadt, Sandy Cribb, SUBSCRIBE TO THE Fruit Spoon Malts Banana Split Lay, Julie Parr=h, Stephen Penn, Haield, PatJonesFieeRnnMD:r? PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL Salad so',,= st aa Susie Sarah Cunningnam, Kelly iteins, Kim )rd Benner Windoffer, Diane Brown, Dawn Goehl, $ S I. Jedy Go=", Lynnette Hamlin, Ther' 3,0 9 m. $. 1.69 Guilfoyle, esa O'Brien, Darren Stice, Tom Wiley, Todd Smith. Richard Crabill, Lori Davis, Connie i r' - "- tim'" """ ' " " " " ls."."" "" Geisendor. Ibble, Neil Jennings, Sherry Miller Amy and 00o00-yers. ' -COUPON- ' --COUPON-- , I I I Stacey Juniors: 4.0, Amy Brown, Carolyn I SAVE 50 , SAVE 50 , Dawn Deters, Nancy Deters, Tina Edmorv May, sa, Lori Goeld and Doug Smith. B, | on the purchase.of one o on the purchase of one I hauer, Kim Corbin, Alice reldkamp, Richard :gallon frozen frmt punch; 5 qt, pail ice cream : Cower, Hinkle, Soyna Hunter, Luria Sparks, Jarvis and Kathy Spratt, Pare Gillespie, Debbie l , VALID AIL 2&30 ! VALID APML 2440 I Caso, Brent Lud)vig, Holly Davis, Ih,.=..,o..e.--...,La,--,s--------....., Bradley. Mike Geisendorfer, Ronald ainton" DETER'S DAIR and Teresa Tracey Day, Annie Kennedy, Jolene y ]ridgett Reid, Jeff Schultz, Jon Vaughn, Glenn Kim Chipman, Shawn Tiemarm, Becky I fOl/Dl 4TH STRIIT, CIroN Foley, Gina Huebotter, Cindy Leven- AlSO IN PYIL l good, Tina Cramsey, Michele McCully UTH SCEr,IE 00']00itt00c,,33t T00J00so,J'00 i00qjonul Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, 1985, Page III 3c - and students at History Day contest students NEMO Students from Lewis County C-I High khooL Ewing, participated in the ltth Northeast Missouri Regional Science and Engineering Fair and the District IV Missouri Junior Academy e( Science Research Paper Presentation at Northeast Missouri State University. Pictured are: Ronnie Hutcherson, Rhonda Doran. Gary Penn, Tim Kriegshanser, Karen MeCully, Staci Whiteaker. Shawna Smith. Michael Little. Albert Frteden, Justan Dill, Johnny Hoibert. Second row: Chris Oisoa, Eric Chllders, Jim Dmata, Rms Krueger, Craig Ilia, Tim McConnell. Juli Houghtea, Amy Windofler, MelIutsa Prather, Nancy Gullfoyie and Cfinton Waters. Little took tint in the junior high division of Medicine and Health and Penn took top hoao in the Zoology eatgory. Hutchertm won first in Engineering C and Holbert placed third in Earth and Space Science. Fair 00(00$0tll*i 0000Cpl]t C?ntonh,ked parkBY areaSCuts : in Illinois Eleven members and two leaders of  historic Allerton Park area northeast 7"   t  " 1 iil 1 II  campedf Decatur,in a nearbylll" laStstateWeekendforest, and , !/i t,,a Call the Trail of the Fu Dogs and the Sunsinger Trail, the 12-mile trek took ll ll the Scouts through the estate of Robert Allerton (1873-1964), who donated the I=oVHI  park to the University of Illinois in 1946. The estate includes approximate- ly 1,500 acres of woodland property, a Georgian mansion, exquisite formal gardens, including a courtyard con- taining 14 Chinese Fu Dog statues and the District IV Missouri Junior Academy o( Science made of porcelain. Numerous other at Northeast Missouri State University. Plctnred David Lee, 8nrah K'y, ,Steve n,v: Ltmla Coates. In the Junior high division of Behavieval and Social second. Lee took second in Engineering B. statues and ornaments are found throughout the park. They were collected by Allerton and his son, John, during their world-wide travels. Participating in the weekend were John Collins, Sean Cooper, Michael Levengood, Casey Schaller, Justin Smith, Erie Toss, Robert Willis, Darin McCoy, Jamie Terpein, D. J. Shepherd, K. G. Sherwood, Scout- master Gael Cooper, and Troop Committee Chairman Richard Toss. The troop will attend the Mark Twain District Scout Show this weekend and invites all persons interested in seeing Scouting in action to attend. The show will be held in the Armory downtown in Hannibal. A spring Boy Scout information meeting will be held for all boys and parents who would like to know more about Dining Boy Scouts. The sign -up meeting will be Tuesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. in the Canton R-V multi-purpose room. Refreshments and Scout games will follow. Joins Honor Society Kelly Berry of Canton has become a member of Cardinal Key Honor Society during the spring semester at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville. Miss Berry, daughter of Bill and Lois Berry of Canton, is a junior majoring in painting and biology at the university. She is a 1982 graduate of Canton R-V High School. from the Canton R-V Schoui District competed in Y eentest at Northeast Mtuem't State University. In Matt Ward aM Ryu Kuhinum took seem4 pinee in the with tludr entry. "The Roman Celesseum." place ht the Ind/vldmd Projee aategery with Jmte |. I144." Pan 8hreeder, Steve Jarvls, Angela and Sarah Kenaey's Greap Performance. "When Life In the sealm- dlvisloa. Scan Coeqr mad John Collins eat, gory with their entry. "The Great Depresslnn." were spomered by Saadra Dennin aM the Rail Pktared arc Steve Jarvb, Ryan Knhlmaa. Amy James, Pan Schreeder, Sarah Ke=mey a! Aagela 8eaa Cooper. Joim CoIIim anal R=ly Hm'ner. honor roll Students from Highland junior and senior high s-houls competed in the 1985 National History Day contest at Northeast Missouri State University In the junior division, first place honors in competition categories went to Eric Olson, Dawn Anderson, Melis- Bean, Rhonda Doran. Amber Gunlock, Chris Herst. Nathan Smith. Darin Hall, Todd McKenzie, Matt Smith and Heath LINDA LAY Helm, John Stephenie Gary Owens, Honored as NMSU Outstanding graduate student Linda Lay of Canton received the Outstanding Graduate Student in Accounting at the annual academic honors awards assembly held March 21 at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville. Outstanding students traditionally are recognized at the assembly. Miss Lay is a graduate student working toward a Master o4" Aecout- ancy. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lay. During her NMSU career, she has achieved an honor grade point average of 3.62 on a 4.0 scale. Margaret Gladbach attends School Libraries meet Margaret Gladbach attended the 1965 Spring Conference of the Missouri Association of School Libraries tMASL) on April 14-16 at the Lodge of the Four Seasons, Lake Ozark. The conference keynote speaker was Jim Trelease, author of the "Read-A- and Jennifer Nelson. loud Handbook." Arthur Mallory, Mo. Seniors: 4.0, Gerri Crahill, Beth Commissioner of Education, spoke Brea00ast Feldkamp, Jeannie Heins, Craig Ill& during a special session concerning his quarter SpcJal as foUows: Melissa Prather, Kim Rutledge, Tami Carolyn Kroeger, Lenae MaUett, perspective of the role of school Ellison, Nathan Tiedemann, Jimmy Peggy Porter, Mary Rush, Karon librarianship William Least Heat Dana Dm'an, IOns Neisen, Juli Houghton, Sharpe and Angela Slater. B, Tim Moon, author of "Blue Highways," |  & Kroeg- TOAST Smith and Shelly Waterman, Kathy Deters, Lori Evans, Kevin Meyer, Randy Stice, was the speaker at the recognition Tim McConnell, Julie Hamlin, Larry brunch, the closing session. 6 91 .Hinlde, DougMullenix, Linda Schmidt, Arnold, Troy Brown, Martha Clark, Sixteen different workshops offered Amber Whitaker, Tony Logsdon, Mary Wikowsky, Andy Collins, Mike wide varieties of ideas and informa- Angela Slmtwell, Eric Sweet, Melvina Tasco, Kyle Berry. Kellie Bowen, Chad Henderson, Steve Zuspann, Susan tion. Many workshops were repeated Harvey, Tina House, Janet Odeg, Alexander, Mark Smith, Cameron to allowparticipantsmanychoices. Frozen Dennis Stutheit and J. W. West. Benner, Kerry Merrell, Barbara Sophomores: 4.0, Nikki Phillips and Reddick, Judy Schmidt, John Water- Zahn. Second place winners were John Brown, John Holbert, Stacey Bean, Bonnie Hutcherson, Connie Kackley and Michael Little. Third place honors went to John Watkins, Deanna May, Amy Bonneli and Robert Wallace. In the senior division, Karen Sharpe took first place and second place awards went to Misty Cramer, Todd LaGrange Brownies tour pizza works The LaGrange Brownie Troop No,8 enjoyed a trip to Godfathers Pizza in Quincy April 18. The girls were given a tour of the kitchen area of the restaurant and then helped make their own individual pizzas. Brandt, Becky Foley and Doug Smith. Third places were awarded to Luria Sparks, Debbie Cason, Michele Me- Cully, Kathy Spratt, Tony Swenka, Paul Sharpe, Jimmy Goodwin, Rusty Hultz and Lori Goehl. Pictures are John Brown, Dan Goehl, John Watkins, Ronnie Huteher- son, Melissa Bean, Rhonda Connie Kackley, Stacey Bean, Lori Goehl, Becky Foley, Todd Brandt, Karen Sharpe, Jimmy Goodwin, Debbie Canon, Anita Oeisendorfer Lisa Doscher, Misty Cramer. Second row: Michael Little, John Holbert, Todd McKenzie, Darin Hall, Nathan Smith, Dawn Anderson, Amber Gun- lock, Michele McCully, Doug Smith, Tony Swenka, Luria Sparks, Rusty Hultz, Kathy Spratt. Third row: Heath Zahn, Matt Smith, Eric Olson and Paul Troop members attending were Sharpe. Dawn Boltz, Kristine Branham. Moni- que Clay, Tonia Eisenbeiss. Micheile O . Lowe. Marlene Martin, Erin Mugger, Marlo Siater, Kimberlee Smith and v HAPPY BIRTHDAY, "Rhonda Tallent. The girls were aecom- I DOROTHY panned by Sharon Branham, Jo Cooley and Janice and Sharalee Smith. Scout Night at Ewing school " Cub Scout Pack 102 and Boy Scout Troop 12,will sponsor "School Night for : Scouting' on April 30 at the Swing gym. Any oy interested in Scouting should attend with his parents. Ages 8-17 years are accepted. Lll/e Lair   Cuhmaster and Carlie Crandall is the  ....... ":'We LODe YoMJ Scoutmaster for the Zwing troop. V MOM AND AUNTIE Come to the Ewing school by 7 p.m. q to see what you are missing. WEINERS LB. $149 We at Deters Da/ry ere proud of our De/r/ products and you should be, too. At the American Cultured Da/r/ Products Institute held recently In Nashville, our ottave cheese and sour cream athdned perfect scores among over 60 entries from the United Stateg, Canada & Mexico. Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mt. Dew FROZEN ' QUARTER POUND HAMBURGER ,I.09 Kasey B, Ross Krueger, Darla Karen Dill, Kin Sharpe, Paul Sharpe. man, Barbara Borgstadt, Sandy Cribb, SUBSCRIBE TO THE Fruit Spoon Malts Banana Split Lay, Julie Parr=h, Stephen Penn, Haield, PatJonesFieeRnnMD:r? PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL Salad so',,= st aa Susie Sarah Cunningnam, Kelly iteins, Kim )rd Benner Windoffer, Diane Brown, Dawn Goehl, $ S I. Jedy Go=", Lynnette Hamlin, Ther' 3,0 9 m. $. 1.69 Guilfoyle, esa O'Brien, Darren Stice, Tom Wiley, Todd Smith. Richard Crabill, Lori Davis, Connie i r' - "- tim'" """ ' " " " " ls."."" "" Geisendor. Ibble, Neil Jennings, Sherry Miller Amy and 00o00-yers. ' -COUPON- ' --COUPON-- , I I I Stacey Juniors: 4.0, Amy Brown, Carolyn I SAVE 50 , SAVE 50 , Dawn Deters, Nancy Deters, Tina Edmorv May, sa, Lori Goeld and Doug Smith. B, | on the purchase.of one o on the purchase of one I hauer, Kim Corbin, Alice reldkamp, Richard :gallon frozen frmt punch; 5 qt, pail ice cream : Cower, Hinkle, Soyna Hunter, Luria Sparks, Jarvis and Kathy Spratt, Pare Gillespie, Debbie l , VALID AIL 2&30 ! VALID APML 2440 I Caso, Brent Lud)vig, Holly Davis, Ih,.=..,o..e.--...,La,--,s--------....., Bradley. Mike Geisendorfer, Ronald ainton" DETER'S DAIR and Teresa Tracey Day, Annie Kennedy, Jolene y ]ridgett Reid, Jeff Schultz, Jon Vaughn, Glenn Kim Chipman, Shawn Tiemarm, Becky I fOl/Dl 4TH STRIIT, CIroN Foley, Gina Huebotter, Cindy Leven- AlSO IN PYIL l good, Tina Cramsey, Michele McCully