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Winners of the Ewing Elementary School bubble-gum blow-off were (row one, I to r) Troy Wiseman, kindergarten, Angela Olson, grade one; Lorrie Coulson, grade two, and Julie Kroger, grade three. (Secmul row:) Marty Back, grade four; Patrick Jones, grade five; and Lisa Patton, grade six. These winners, with their classmates, raised over $600 which will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. :hooi student peels from her fac the during the bubble gum blow-off at the or Sale '88", TRUCK STOP LOCATION I I City lots. Filling Station and Uilding and Equipment. Located t. Across the street (South) from is equivalent to 1.84 acres. All to Site. Priced for easy sale: Call information. - FOR SALE =re y Vitk  remodeled modern home. o :l.'hi afh. Gas furnace heat. Fully ew kitchen flooring. House in Idition. Immediate possession. 608 t. $17,500.00. Easy commuting ncy, III. or Keokuk, Iowa. Good FOR SALE 12 wide long mobile Ilent co 2 bedrooms. Gas heat. me court pad. .. Owner deceased. Unit re. FOR SALE frame home in good structural on two full lots. Total area Y 150 feet deep. Corner location reef. Good Jighway business FOR SALE frame house with attached 41y mOdern. Full utilities. 1//2 lots. OSsession Located 605 Jamison ).00 Real Estate BEFORE  Lisa Patton, a sixth grade student at Ewing BROKER PHONE 314. 288 : 5251 Canton, Mo. 6.1435 Bubble Gum Blowoff raises $600 for CF A child's delight of blowing bubbles helped raise $608.30 at the Ewing Elementary school for the Cystic Fibrosis Foun- dation. The "Bubble Gum Blow-Off" was organized by 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Mavoureen Meyer, and was held at the school Friday afternoon, May 12. Seventy- five children from kingergar- ten through sixth grade participated in the contest and all students collecting at least $3 in advance were eligible to be in the contest. Awards will be given at the awards assembly on May 27 to the students for their efforts. Patrick Jones, who is in the 5th grade, will receive a trophy for the largest bubble blown in the contest. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones of Durham, blew a I02 inch bubble to be the winner. Lori Gillespie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Gillespie, and Kathy Spratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, tied as being the largest fund-raiser for the event. The girls each collected $53.50 and each will receive a trophy for their efforts. Kathy and Lori will also receive "I Did It" knapsacks for collecting at least $50. "I Did It" T-shirts will also be awarded to each student who raised $20. Those students are Angela Olson, David Suter, Janet Franklin, Lori Gillespie, Stephanie Hadfield, Marty Back, Ronnie Pierce and Kathy Spratt. All students collecting any amount of money will receive a certifi- cate for their efforts in this worthy cause. Blowing the biggest bubble in each class were kindergar- ten, Troy Wiseman; grade one, Angela Olson; grade two, Lorrie Coulson; grade three, Julie Kroeger; grade four, Marty Back; grade five, Patrick Jones; and grade six. Lisa Patton. Funds raised for the "Bub- ble Gum Blow-Off" will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Founda- tion for the research, care and educational programs benefit- tin children with inng-dam- aging diseases. Cystic Fibro- sis is the number one genetic Storm damage in Canton Downed tree hits lines, car :i:::i :.-::. Elementary School, Friday killer of children and is blew this bubble in the bubble presently incurable. The di- gum blow-off for the Cystic sease can be treated and early Fibrosis Foundation in the diagnosis and improvements final competition until.., in treatment and sophisticated medications have relieved suffering and lengthened lives of many children born with CF. ....... eS00o..00o B THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 Lewis Co. C.1 8th graders scored high :.:.:-: ...,.o, ...,.., :.:.:.: ., .,%.. .. .... . i:!:i:i !i-;i! i!iiiii :.1.;.: **o*. :.:.1.:. %.... !i?iiiii :!00iiiig >:.:.:. :i:i:i:i i:i:i:i: AFTER-- .it burst, giving Lisa a sticky white glow to her face. The event raised over $600 for the C.F. Foundation. VA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Eighth graders in the Lewis County C-1 School District scored high in the areas of reading-language arts and mathematics on the Basic Essential Skills Test (BEST) this spring. Pupils in the district scored lowest in the area of government and economics. The BEST, developed by the Missouri Department of Ele- mentary and Secondary Edu- cation to measure student achievement in the basic skills, was taken by about 68,000 students across the state this spring. The district Q: Is there a time limit for took part in the program this applying for the VA burial year on a voluntary basis. allowance? A: The $250 burial allowance Next year, the test will be mandatory for all eighth must be applied for within two graders in the state. years after the veterans burial The BEST was given to 120 or cremation, pupils locally in April. The Q: I have recently been results of the test were honorably discharged after four reported to the board of years of active military service, education. What is my educational entitle- Of the total of students ment? tested, 87 percent passed the A: After four years of active mathematics subtest and 92 military service a veteran is percent passed the reading- eligible to receive the basic language arts subtest; and 64 entitlement of 45 months of percent passed the govern- educational assistance. This ment and economics subtest. entitlement must be used within The written part of the ten years following separation BEST covers three areas: from active duty. reading-language arts, mathe- Q: I have a. National Service matics and government- Life Insurance poiicy. The economics, with a 'separate policy number begins with the subtest for each area. Each letter V. It has been extended as subtest includes 13 objectives term insurance. Can I obtain a with three test items for each loan on this extended insurance? objective. The entire test A: No. Extended term insur- consists of 117 items. To pass ance has no loan value, but a subtest, a student is does have a cash value if required to answer at least premiums were paid or waived:on e item correctly for each for 12 or more months before the objective and to score at least policy lapsed. 75 percent correct overall. Two Missouri Power and Light employees, Darrell Vannaken of LaGrange and Bill Childress of Canton (In bucket) untangle a large tree limb from electrical wires Saturday morning. The tree is located in the 600 block of Clark street in Canton and was severed in the Friday night storm. The Friday night storm in Lewis County uprooted and felled this tree blocking "Short" Bland Street in Canton. The tree also downed some power wires and struck a nearby car. AVAILABLE AT RIVERBOAT OFFICE OR BY TELEPHONING 314- 288- 5273 Ten-Timer Tickets Includes Ten dinners and shows, plus season boarding pass. Save s12.00 Six Supper Special Includes Six dinners and shows, plus season boarding pass. Save 7.25 Individual Reservations Dinner, show and boarding pass. Plus Tax *89.00 total s52.25 Plus Tax . ,54.40 total s9.50 Plm Tax Season Boarding Pass s2.50 Inc. Tax Come aboard anytime during regular hours during season. Daily Boarding Ticket 50 Good all day during regular hours. Inc. Tax Reservah'ons PHONE 314- 288- 5273 Required For Dinner Shows The Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre offers tickets and reservations for it's premiere season, starting with "Preview dinners and shows" on the soon- to- be- completed replica on Saturday, May 27. Be among the first to enjoy the Golden Eagle elegance, superb food, and "Preview Review" entertainment. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR MAY 27, 28, JUNE 1, 2, 3, 4 Preview Opening May 2; Winners of the Ewing Elementary School bubble-gum blow-off were (row one, I to r) Troy Wiseman, kindergarten, Angela Olson, grade one; Lorrie Coulson, grade two, and Julie Kroger, grade three. (Secmul row:) Marty Back, grade four; Patrick Jones, grade five; and Lisa Patton, grade six. These winners, with their classmates, raised over $600 which will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. :hooi student peels from her fac the during the bubble gum blow-off at the or Sale '88", TRUCK STOP LOCATION I I City lots. Filling Station and Uilding and Equipment. Located t. Across the street (South) from is equivalent to 1.84 acres. All to Site. Priced for easy sale: Call information. - FOR SALE =re y Vitk  remodeled modern home. o :l.'hi afh. Gas furnace heat. Fully ew kitchen flooring. House in Idition. Immediate possession. 608 t. $17,500.00. Easy commuting ncy, III. or Keokuk, Iowa. Good FOR SALE 12 wide long mobile Ilent co 2 bedrooms. Gas heat. me court pad. .. Owner deceased. Unit re. FOR SALE frame home in good structural on two full lots. Total area Y 150 feet deep. Corner location reef. Good Jighway business FOR SALE frame house with attached 41y mOdern. Full utilities. 1//2 lots. OSsession Located 605 Jamison ).00 Real Estate BEFORE  Lisa Patton, a sixth grade student at Ewing BROKER PHONE 314. 288 : 5251 Canton, Mo. 6.1435 Bubble Gum Blowoff raises $600 for CF A child's delight of blowing bubbles helped raise $608.30 at the Ewing Elementary school for the Cystic Fibrosis Foun- dation. The "Bubble Gum Blow-Off" was organized by 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Mavoureen Meyer, and was held at the school Friday afternoon, May 12. Seventy- five children from kingergar- ten through sixth grade participated in the contest and all students collecting at least $3 in advance were eligible to be in the contest. Awards will be given at the awards assembly on May 27 to the students for their efforts. Patrick Jones, who is in the 5th grade, will receive a trophy for the largest bubble blown in the contest. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones of Durham, blew a I02 inch bubble to be the winner. Lori Gillespie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Gillespie, and Kathy Spratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt, tied as being the largest fund-raiser for the event. The girls each collected $53.50 and each will receive a trophy for their efforts. Kathy and Lori will also receive "I Did It" knapsacks for collecting at least $50. "I Did It" T-shirts will also be awarded to each student who raised $20. Those students are Angela Olson, David Suter, Janet Franklin, Lori Gillespie, Stephanie Hadfield, Marty Back, Ronnie Pierce and Kathy Spratt. All students collecting any amount of money will receive a certifi- cate for their efforts in this worthy cause. Blowing the biggest bubble in each class were kindergar- ten, Troy Wiseman; grade one, Angela Olson; grade two, Lorrie Coulson; grade three, Julie Kroeger; grade four, Marty Back; grade five, Patrick Jones; and grade six. Lisa Patton. Funds raised for the "Bub- ble Gum Blow-Off" will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Founda- tion for the research, care and educational programs benefit- tin children with inng-dam- aging diseases. Cystic Fibro- sis is the number one genetic Storm damage in Canton Downed tree hits lines, car :i:::i :.-::. Elementary School, Friday killer of children and is blew this bubble in the bubble presently incurable. The di- gum blow-off for the Cystic sease can be treated and early Fibrosis Foundation in the diagnosis and improvements final competition until.., in treatment and sophisticated medications have relieved suffering and lengthened lives of many children born with CF. ....... eS00o..00o B THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 Lewis Co. C.1 8th graders scored high :.:.:-: ...,.o, ...,.., :.:.:.: ., .,%.. .. .... . i:!:i:i !i-;i! i!iiiii :.1.;.: **o*. :.:.1.:. %.... !i?iiiii :!00iiiig >:.:.:. :i:i:i:i i:i:i:i: AFTER-- .it burst, giving Lisa a sticky white glow to her face. The event raised over $600 for the C.F. Foundation. VA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Eighth graders in the Lewis County C-1 School District scored high in the areas of reading-language arts and mathematics on the Basic Essential Skills Test (BEST) this spring. Pupils in the district scored lowest in the area of government and economics. The BEST, developed by the Missouri Department of Ele- mentary and Secondary Edu- cation to measure student achievement in the basic skills, was taken by about 68,000 students across the state this spring. The district Q: Is there a time limit for took part in the program this applying for the VA burial year on a voluntary basis. allowance? A: The $250 burial allowance Next year, the test will be mandatory for all eighth must be applied for within two graders in the state. years after the veterans burial The BEST was given to 120 or cremation, pupils locally in April. The Q: I have recently been results of the test were honorably discharged after four reported to the board of years of active military service, education. What is my educational entitle- Of the total of students ment? tested, 87 percent passed the A: After four years of active mathematics subtest and 92 military service a veteran is percent passed the reading- eligible to receive the basic language arts subtest; and 64 entitlement of 45 months of percent passed the govern- educational assistance. This ment and economics subtest. entitlement must be used within The written part of the ten years following separation BEST covers three areas: from active duty. reading-language arts, mathe- Q: I have a. National Service matics and government- Life Insurance poiicy. The economics, with a 'separate policy number begins with the subtest for each area. Each letter V. It has been extended as subtest includes 13 objectives term insurance. Can I obtain a with three test items for each loan on this extended insurance? objective. The entire test A: No. Extended term insur- consists of 117 items. To pass ance has no loan value, but a subtest, a student is does have a cash value if required to answer at least premiums were paid or waived:on e item correctly for each for 12 or more months before the objective and to score at least policy lapsed. 75 percent correct overall. Two Missouri Power and Light employees, Darrell Vannaken of LaGrange and Bill Childress of Canton (In bucket) untangle a large tree limb from electrical wires Saturday morning. The tree is located in the 600 block of Clark street in Canton and was severed in the Friday night storm. The Friday night storm in Lewis County uprooted and felled this tree blocking "Short" Bland Street in Canton. The tree also downed some power wires and struck a nearby car. AVAILABLE AT RIVERBOAT OFFICE OR BY TELEPHONING 314- 288- 5273 Ten-Timer Tickets Includes Ten dinners and shows, plus season boarding pass. Save s12.00 Six Supper Special Includes Six dinners and shows, plus season boarding pass. Save 7.25 Individual Reservations Dinner, show and boarding pass. Plus Tax *89.00 total s52.25 Plus Tax . ,54.40 total s9.50 Plm Tax Season Boarding Pass s2.50 Inc. Tax Come aboard anytime during regular hours during season. Daily Boarding Ticket 50 Good all day during regular hours. Inc. Tax Reservah'ons PHONE 314- 288- 5273 Required For Dinner Shows The Golden Eagle Riverboat Dinner Theatre offers tickets and reservations for it's premiere season, starting with "Preview dinners and shows" on the soon- to- be- completed replica on Saturday, May 27. Be among the first to enjoy the Golden Eagle elegance, superb food, and "Preview Review" entertainment. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR MAY 27, 28, JUNE 1, 2, 3, 4 Preview Opening May 2;