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,Canton R-V00 High members of Barry Jones David Ruthl-f'd Maria Kirchner Sally Dorris Teresa Downs Rick Martim Marilyn Roberson Stout Judy Scott Lewis Co. students receive ratingSooat Academic Fifty high school students ships will be saved until the Typewriting, " ' h from Missouri and Iowa will juniors have been accepted to novice: Canton R-V, Anne ily Meals & Nutrition: Hig - receive Academic Festival NMSU. Scholarship winners Dodson, II, Rahna Thirtyacre, land, Sherri Moore, II. Scholarships based on their include: II, and Kristy Hines, I: Wardrobe Planning & Cloth- performance in the Northeast Home Economics: Kerri Highland, Maria Bowman, I, ing Cons!ruction: Highland, Missouri High School Acade- Calvert, senior, Canton R-V; and Janet Rush, I. Typewrit- Mary ueters, l, ann LJeDom mic Festival held March 21 at and Research, Karen Early- ing Production amateur Spratt, II. Consumer Educa- Northeast Missouri State Uni- versity, Kirksville. About 2,700 students from 70 high schools competed in seven academic areas includ- ing business education, health. physical education and recre- ation, home economics, langu- age and literature, mathema- tics. science, and social science. The $IOO Academic Festival Scholarships were awarded to students who demonstrated outstanding ability, Vonnie, Nichols. director of the festi- val, said. These scholarships may be used in addition to other scholarships a winner may receive. High school seniors and juniors are eligible to receive the scholarships. The scholar- wine, junior, Highland. Other students competing successfully in the contests received a I or II rating on a I to IV scale. The following area students received certifi- cates of merit for their performances at the festival: Business Education, Ac- counting, novice: Canton R-V, Vanitta Waterman, I; Gretch- en Phillips, H, Hililand High, Gary Goings, If. Cindy Mor- riss, If, and Dianna Rayl, II. Typewriting, speed & accur- acy, novice: Canton R-V: Anne Dodson. II, Rahna Thirtyacre, II, and Kristy Hines, II; Highland High, Janet Rush, II. Typcwritivg, speed & accuracy, open: Highland, Carolyn Slmrle, II, Brenda Sharpe, I. Highland, Susan Sellers, II. and Brenda Sharpe, I. Bus- iness Knowledge & Ability: Canton R-V, Sharon Swartz, II: Highland, Beth Weber, II. Shorthand, novice: Canton,., Kristy Hines, II; Highland, Carol Brenner, II, and Mary Deters, II. Home Economics, vocation- al: Basic Homemaking II: Canton, Jeana $purgeon, I, and Tina Moore, I. Home Economics, vocational, Senior Homemaking: Canton, Kerri Calvert, I, and Joni Steven- son, I; Highland, Denise Welch, II. Basic Homemaking I: Canton, Susie Bursewicz, I, and Paula Waterman, I. Family Health & Home Nurs- ing: Highland, Denise Seals, I, and Brenda Schmidt, I. Fam- tion & Management: High- land. Kim Johnson, II. Hous- ing & Interior Design: High- land, Trudie Knapp, I, Barb McElhoe, II. Language and Literature -- Impromtu Theme: Canton, Barry Jones, II, and Jeff Legg, II: Highland, Holly Van Meter, II, and Maria Bow- man. II. Foreign Language Fair: Canton, French If, oral poetry, II, and French II, oral skit lI. Newswriting on campus. Highland, Tisha Kin- enid, II. and Doug Tiemann, II. Mathematics Algebra I: Canton, Tom Lay, I. Geome- try: Canton, John Roach, I, and Dale Howe, II. Algebra II, Canton, Annie Shaw, II. Senior Math, Canton, Curt ,,,, ........ . .... All Our Tomorrows i : Are in Your Hands ! Commencement means begin. i ning. Now that you're moving 1 ahead to meet new challenges / ... and greater responsibilities I ... we wish you the best things life can offer: good health, hap- piness, dreams come true. The  future is yours to shape. Know that our fond thoughts and ', i ! high hopes go with you. Make it the world you want. i I i C OF CANTO I IT N I D m ERMEN i AND , i ITY EMPLOYEES theClass of 1978 Joni Stevenson Brad Legg Craig Spalding Gaff Schlager Debbie Doster Jerry Spurgeon Festival Frankly McCutchan, II. f', ,l@ Science-- biology: Canton, 00peaKlng Tina Moore, I, and Jeana Spurgeon, II; Highland, David Kroeger, I, and Mark Krueg- SENATOR TOM EAGLETON er, I. Social Science-- American Uq.Sem*te, Wal.,D.C.l161e History-Jr. High: Canton, Lori Hoffman, II. American His- tory-Sr. High, Canton, Bob Hartsel, II. World History: Canton, Dean Smith, I. Re- search Paper contest: High- land, Rhonda Bishoff, Barb Bradley and Karen Early- wine. i ......... m'L - ii Good Luck and the best of everything for the grads of 1978 Great R!,Veor Motel , Ca , . For a great group ...the class of 1978 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1978 BROOK'S FLOWER BASKET YOUR OWN THING "Do your own thing." That was one of student activists in the late 60's and rallying cry to which many colleges drastically revising their curricula, traditional academic requirements and draw up their own academic programs. As a member of the Senate (and aS the father Of a college these developments with growing concern, l this type of "free-form" academic system prospective young staff members, and I am of what I see. I am troubled, for example, who speaks with confidence and almost impossible to express his thou there is something intellectually young economist who has devoted so schedule to specializing in his major field time to learn why grass is green or why instead of up. It seems that in the course of want to learn, these students have missed need to learn. Fortunately, the pendulum now seems the other way. On campuses from Harvard University of Missouri in Kansas City, recognizing the need to get "back to the educational programs. At Harvard. for is debating a return to the traditional curriculum dictates basic one-fourth of the student's academic insure that he is graduated with at least a literature and the arts, math, science, communications skills. Dr. Ernest Boyer, the U.S. Commissioner recently commented that "The safest a college diploma today is not that it commonly accepted educational achievement' its holder probably has been around the years. Beyond that, everything is unceriain. is to have any meaning at all, Boyer that it signifies at least a nodding range of disciplines and ideas affecting our that is accomplished, there still is plenty "your own thing." Graduation marks the CANTON MOTEL a new so. of life for hope its busy and ! CANTON serene and successful, I " .( CANTONS CUSTOM' IIII There are a lot of "--------  IIII for .o in *, .o, IIII ' great success, IH III! CANTON Illl LUMBER CO.  YOu ve made it to the top EA  lll IIl/t UN GREEN, Manager - wishes for your continued I[  Canton, Mo. i11t ,Canton R-V00 High members of Barry Jones David Ruthl-f'd Maria Kirchner Sally Dorris Teresa Downs Rick Martim Marilyn Roberson Stout Judy Scott Lewis Co. students receive ratingSooat Academic Fifty high school students ships will be saved until the Typewriting, " ' h from Missouri and Iowa will juniors have been accepted to novice: Canton R-V, Anne ily Meals & Nutrition: Hig - receive Academic Festival NMSU. Scholarship winners Dodson, II, Rahna Thirtyacre, land, Sherri Moore, II. Scholarships based on their include: II, and Kristy Hines, I: Wardrobe Planning & Cloth- performance in the Northeast Home Economics: Kerri Highland, Maria Bowman, I, ing Cons!ruction: Highland, Missouri High School Acade- Calvert, senior, Canton R-V; and Janet Rush, I. Typewrit- Mary ueters, l, ann LJeDom mic Festival held March 21 at and Research, Karen Early- ing Production amateur Spratt, II. Consumer Educa- Northeast Missouri State Uni- versity, Kirksville. About 2,700 students from 70 high schools competed in seven academic areas includ- ing business education, health. physical education and recre- ation, home economics, langu- age and literature, mathema- tics. science, and social science. The $IOO Academic Festival Scholarships were awarded to students who demonstrated outstanding ability, Vonnie, Nichols. director of the festi- val, said. These scholarships may be used in addition to other scholarships a winner may receive. High school seniors and juniors are eligible to receive the scholarships. The scholar- wine, junior, Highland. Other students competing successfully in the contests received a I or II rating on a I to IV scale. The following area students received certifi- cates of merit for their performances at the festival: Business Education, Ac- counting, novice: Canton R-V, Vanitta Waterman, I; Gretch- en Phillips, H, Hililand High, Gary Goings, If. Cindy Mor- riss, If, and Dianna Rayl, II. Typewriting, speed & accur- acy, novice: Canton R-V: Anne Dodson. II, Rahna Thirtyacre, II, and Kristy Hines, II; Highland High, Janet Rush, II. Typcwritivg, speed & accuracy, open: Highland, Carolyn Slmrle, II, Brenda Sharpe, I. Highland, Susan Sellers, II. and Brenda Sharpe, I. Bus- iness Knowledge & Ability: Canton R-V, Sharon Swartz, II: Highland, Beth Weber, II. Shorthand, novice: Canton,., Kristy Hines, II; Highland, Carol Brenner, II, and Mary Deters, II. Home Economics, vocation- al: Basic Homemaking II: Canton, Jeana $purgeon, I, and Tina Moore, I. Home Economics, vocational, Senior Homemaking: Canton, Kerri Calvert, I, and Joni Steven- son, I; Highland, Denise Welch, II. Basic Homemaking I: Canton, Susie Bursewicz, I, and Paula Waterman, I. Family Health & Home Nurs- ing: Highland, Denise Seals, I, and Brenda Schmidt, I. Fam- tion & Management: High- land. Kim Johnson, II. Hous- ing & Interior Design: High- land, Trudie Knapp, I, Barb McElhoe, II. Language and Literature -- Impromtu Theme: Canton, Barry Jones, II, and Jeff Legg, II: Highland, Holly Van Meter, II, and Maria Bow- man. II. Foreign Language Fair: Canton, French If, oral poetry, II, and French II, oral skit lI. Newswriting on campus. Highland, Tisha Kin- enid, II. and Doug Tiemann, II. Mathematics Algebra I: Canton, Tom Lay, I. Geome- try: Canton, John Roach, I, and Dale Howe, II. Algebra II, Canton, Annie Shaw, II. Senior Math, Canton, Curt ,,,, ........ . .... All Our Tomorrows i : Are in Your Hands ! Commencement means begin. i ning. Now that you're moving 1 ahead to meet new challenges / ... and greater responsibilities I ... we wish you the best things life can offer: good health, hap- piness, dreams come true. The  future is yours to shape. Know that our fond thoughts and ', i ! high hopes go with you. Make it the world you want. i I i C OF CANTO I IT N I D m ERMEN i AND , i ITY EMPLOYEES theClass of 1978 Joni Stevenson Brad Legg Craig Spalding Gaff Schlager Debbie Doster Jerry Spurgeon Festival Frankly McCutchan, II. f', ,l@ Science-- biology: Canton, 00peaKlng Tina Moore, I, and Jeana Spurgeon, II; Highland, David Kroeger, I, and Mark Krueg- SENATOR TOM EAGLETON er, I. Social Science-- American Uq.Sem*te, Wal.,D.C.l161e History-Jr. High: Canton, Lori Hoffman, II. American His- tory-Sr. High, Canton, Bob Hartsel, II. World History: Canton, Dean Smith, I. Re- search Paper contest: High- land, Rhonda Bishoff, Barb Bradley and Karen Early- wine. i ......... m'L - ii Good Luck and the best of everything for the grads of 1978 Great R!,Veor Motel , Ca , . For a great group ...the class of 1978 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1978 BROOK'S FLOWER BASKET YOUR OWN THING "Do your own thing." That was one of student activists in the late 60's and rallying cry to which many colleges drastically revising their curricula, traditional academic requirements and draw up their own academic programs. As a member of the Senate (and aS the father Of a college these developments with growing concern, l this type of "free-form" academic system prospective young staff members, and I am of what I see. I am troubled, for example, who speaks with confidence and almost impossible to express his thou there is something intellectually young economist who has devoted so schedule to specializing in his major field time to learn why grass is green or why instead of up. It seems that in the course of want to learn, these students have missed need to learn. Fortunately, the pendulum now seems the other way. On campuses from Harvard University of Missouri in Kansas City, recognizing the need to get "back to the educational programs. At Harvard. for is debating a return to the traditional curriculum dictates basic one-fourth of the student's academic insure that he is graduated with at least a literature and the arts, math, science, communications skills. Dr. Ernest Boyer, the U.S. Commissioner recently commented that "The safest a college diploma today is not that it commonly accepted educational achievement' its holder probably has been around the years. Beyond that, everything is unceriain. is to have any meaning at all, Boyer that it signifies at least a nodding range of disciplines and ideas affecting our that is accomplished, there still is plenty "your own thing." Graduation marks the CANTON MOTEL a new so. of life for hope its busy and ! CANTON serene and successful, I " .( CANTONS CUSTOM' IIII There are a lot of "--------  IIII for .o in *, .o, IIII ' great success, IH III! CANTON Illl LUMBER CO.  YOu ve made it to the top EA  lll IIl/t UN GREEN, Manager - wishes for your continued I[  Canton, Mo. i11t