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t4 EIGH BORHOOD I' 4 EWSpre.-New. Journ..,Ca..on,00.,Thu,.d.y, Augu,t,,,l00, IIU III ii E00vJng " Scott Dehner :# Illl Sederwalls have returned from western trip Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sederwall returned home from their vacation in South Dakota and Montana. During the trip, the Sederwalls attended the Midwest Federation Gem and Mineral Show at Sioux Falls, S. D. They also went on three guided tours into the Badlands. They ended their trip in Butte, Mont., before coming home. Joining them on the trip were Hazel Kuntz and Jane Huelsmeyer of Quincy. Robert Harrison, a lay pastor from Hurdland, filled in for Rev. Norman Berry who was ill Sunday morning. Bro Harrison's nephew brought special music. / The regular montly meeting of the Ewing Senior Housing Board was held Monday The board is still awaiting final notice on their loan. before they can take bids on construction of new housing units. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wallace and granddaughter, Micbelle Wallace, have returned home from vacationing around the state. They first went to Cameron to visit their son, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wallace and Amee. Jim and family accompanied them to Branson. , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dehner had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willows, Mrs. Henrietta Dehner and Robbie Wallace of Ewing and Bill Dehner of Canton. Maywood Beulah Jones II III or Iielena Seals, for information. Helen Barton of St. Louis visited in the Paul Durst home Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Leona Blohm has returned home after being in St. Mary Hospital and Mayo's for tests and treatment, Paul and Irene Durst attended the wedding of their niece, Jodi Snndgrass, and Mark Loveland at the Lutheran 'hurch in Palmyra Saturday evening. 'Robert Booher was treated and released for burns in Quincy Saturday he received from a trash fire. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke attended the 50tl anniversary of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kroencke in Hull, and also attended church with the family. Todd and Sue Nunn of LaGrange were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nunn. Janice Thomas visited her family over the weekend. She has been working in Phoenix, Ariz. The Rohs Baptist Women met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Beulah Jones. Plans were made for Christmas in August. The gifts are for the Children's Home in Bridgeton. The program was led by Jo Jones Paul and Dale Durst attended the Illinois State Fair in Springfield Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina had dinner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis Sunday, and attended church with the family. Their nephews, Bruce and Kim Mason, had special music. Mr. and Mrs. David Sears were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vaughn and Jason, Jimmy Dean Vaughn, Diana Kaylor and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Vaugl'm went to Six Flags Tuesday. Irene Durst, Ruth-Bowman and k spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mn,John Knoche and Megan Anne. icy Mason and family of gdina e:Wedr esday evening guestS of Mr. a Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and 1985 champion 4-H ewe Is displayed by Lori Petefish from Ten Mile 4-H. Trophy sponsored by TriState Fertilizer. 147 entries in sheep show / at fair A total of 20 contestants had 147 entries in the recent Lewis County Fair sheep show. Alan Petefish of Canton served as superintendent, with Paul Prigge of Ewing as assistant. Aaron Petefish of Canton and Tim McConne:l of Lewistown served as junior assistants. Winners were: Suffolk- yearling ram, 1st, Heather O'Brien, Hunnewell. Junior ram lamb, 1st, Jay Kunz, Quincy; 2nd, Shultz & Son, Alexandria; 3rd & 4th, Stephen Linnenburger, Ewing. Pair ram lambs, 1st, Stephen Linnenburger. Champion ram, Heather O'Brien. Reserve champion ram, Jay Kunz. Yearling ewe, 1st & 2nd, Heather O'Brien; 3rd, Curtis Gaus, Ewing; 4th, Shultz and Son. . Plates are available from the 125th Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Heather an iversar celebrationo So th Union ' " "or w Bapti'P,ld':.Ontf--th OmfnR- .... lamb; 1st [ .rld(Reather O'Brien; 3rd, tee: Loretta Bringer, Charilyn Stalder Shultz & 8,'+th, Stephen Linnen- burger. Pair of ewe lambs, 1st, Heather O'Brien; 2nd, Stephen Linnen- burger; 3rd, Shnltz & Son. Champion and reserve champion ewe, Heather O'Brien. Pen of 3, 1st, Shultz & Son; 2nd, Stephen Linnen- burger Flock, 1st, Heather O'Brien; 2nd, Shultz & Son. Hampshires: junior ram lamb, 1st & 2nd, D. J. Sheep Co., Philadelphia; 3rd, Curtis Lieurance, Hannibal. Champion and reserve champion ram, D. J. Sheep Co. Pair ram lambs, Ist, D. J. Sheep Co. Year'ling ewe, 1st & 3rd, Lance O'Brien; 2nd & 4th, Curtis Lieurance. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Lance O'Brien; 2nd, Curtis Lieurance. Junior ewe lamb, 1st, Curtis Lieurance; 2nd, D. J. Sheep Co.; 3rd & 4th, Lance O'Brien. Pair ewe lambs, 1st, Lance O'Brien; 2nd, Curtis Lieurance; 3rd, D. J: Sheep Co. Champion ewe, Lance O'Brien. Reserve champion ewe, Curtis Lieur- ante. Pen of 3 lambs, 1st, D. J. Sheep Co.; 2nd, Curtis Lieurance. Flock, 1st, Curtis Lieurance. Dorsets: junior ram lamb, 1st & 2rid, Bryan Moore, KirksviUe; 3rd & 4th, John Moore, KirksviUe. Pair ram lambs, 1st, Bryan Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Champion and reserve ram, Bryan Moore. Yearling ewes, Ist & 2rid, Bryan Moore; Srd & 4th, John Moore. Pair of yearling ewes, 1st, Bryan Moore; 2rid, John Moore. Junior ewe lamb, 1st & 2nd, Bryan Moore; 2nd & 4th, John Moore. Pair ewe lambs, 1st, Bryan Moore; 2nd, John Moore, Champion and reserve champion ewe, Bryan Moore. Pen of 3 lambs, Ist, Bryan Moore; 2rid, John Moore. Flock, Ist, Bryan Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Shrolthires: yearling ram, 1st, Aaron Petefish; 2nd, Lori Petefish, Canton; 3rd, Andrea Pieter. Junior ram lamb, Ist & 4th, Robin Peiter, Hannibal; 2nd & 3rd, Lori Petefish. Pair ram lambs, Ist, Loci Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pe/ter. Champion ram, 00ust 9-12 FEATURING BACKROAD$ Lewiftown Lounge Dinner Aaron Petefish. Reserve champion ram, Robin Pelter. Yearling ewe, 1st & 3rd, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pelter; 4th, Andrea Pelter. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Andrea Pelter; 3rd, Robin Pelter. Junior ewe lamb, 1st, Robin Pelter; 2nd & 3rd, Lori Petefish; 4th, Andrea Peiter. Pair ewe lambs. 1st, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pelter; 3rd, Andrea Pelter. Champion ewe, Robin Pelter. Re- serve champion ewe, Lori Petefish. Pen of 3 lambs, Ist, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Andrea Pelter; 3rd, Robin Pelter. Flock, 1st, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pelter; 3rd, Andrea Pelter. Corriedales: yearling ram, 1st, Tony Harrison, Kahoka. Junior ram lamb, 1st & 2rid, Tony Harrison. Pair ram lambs, Tony Harrison. Champion and reserve champion ram, Tony Harrison Yearling ewe, 1st & 2nd, Tony Harrison. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Tony Harrison. Junior ewe lamb, 1st. & 2nd, Tony Harrison, Pair ewe Iambs, Tony Harrison. Champion and reserve champion ewe, Tony Harrison. Pen o 3 lamtm, ;[,Tony Harrison Flock, Tony" Hai;rison.  Montadales: junior ram lamb, 1st & 3rd, John Moore; 2nd & 4th, Daniel Moore. Pair ram lambs, 1st, John Moore; 2nd, Daniel Moore. Champion ram, John Moore. Re- serve champion ram, Daniel Moore. Yearling ewes, 1st & 2nd, Daniel Moore; 3rd & 4th, John Moore. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Daniel Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Junior ewe lamb, 1st & 3rd, Daniel Moore; 2nd & 4th, John Moore. Pair of ewe lambs, 1st, Daniel Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Champion and reserve champion ewe, Daniel Moore. Pen of 3 lambs, Daniel Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Flock, 1st, John Moore; 2rid, Daniel Moore. Market lambs: 1st, Kay Kunz, Quincy; 2nd, Stephanie Linnenburger, Ewing; 3rd & 6th, Powell Cattle Farm, Monroe City; 4th, Stephen Linnen- burger; 5th, D. J. Sheep Co.; 7th & 8th, Curtis Lieurance. Supreme champion ram, D. J. Sheep Co. with a Hampshire. Supreme champion ewe, Robin Pelter with a Shropshire. CANTON SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER 600 MONIGOMERY 9:$0 A.M. 1:$0 P.M. Friday, Aug. 16 If you can't come in, we'll come to you. Just call us. 2gg-3633 BELTONE HEARINg AID SERVICE 422 S. 8th Quincy, III. 217-228-0542 1985 champion 4-H ram is displayed by Aaron Petefisb o[ Ten Mile 4-H. Trophy sponsored by TriState Fertilizer. Pictured is Stephanie Linnenlmrger (right) of Oyster Prairie 4-H receiving a trophy sponsored by TriState Fertilizer for bet H5 grand champion market lamb. PR ESS.NE WS Published Every Americanton David 130 Avenue Of The l Canton, Vh Co,,o Ies Es I gb2 lh ew,s Cou,v JO rOI |he te,..,$own News |he Conlon Pess Newt C/as Poslp' MISSOURI Columbia, RATE In Lewis, Knox, and Clark a year .............. " Six months ........ Elsewhere in other states, a year ..' Six months ........... Display Advertising, Column inch ...... Classified Advertisi Per word ........... ! Minimum ......... Display Classified, Col. inch ....... Card of Thanks. For Quick CLASS LOCKER TUESOAY. HOGS SlBLL CORNFED OR UTAJL August Lewis County Scbool District C-1 and Canton School District -V today announced revised free and reduced price policy for school children unable to pay the of meals served in schools under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Local education officials have adopted the following family-size income c determining eligibility: Maximum Family Income Eligzble Maxzmum Family Family Sizes for. Free Heals for Reduced Pri Annually Monthly - = Annually = 1 S 6,825 S 569 S g.713 2 9,165 764  13,O43 3 11.505 959 16.373 13,845 1,154 19,703 5 16,185 1,349 23.033 6 18,525 1.544 26,383 7 20.865 1,739 29,693 8 23.205 1.934 33.023 Each additional 2,340 195 3,330 family member Children from families whose current tncome ts at or below those shown are elll free or reduced price meals. Application forms are available at the princ in each school. To apply, fill out an application and return it to the schoOl, formation orovidod on tha application is confidential and will be used only fol pose of determining eligibility, applicatzons may be submitted any time dur year. A complete application is required as a condition of eligibility that (1) social security information, (2) total household income, (3) names of members, and (4) the signature of parent or legal guardian. Current income sY fled at any time during the school year. Parents will be notified of In certain cases, foster children are eligible regardless of the income of the with whom they reside. If a family has foster children living with them and apply for them, they should contaCt the school. If a family member becomes unemployed or if family size changes, the family s the school.to file a new application. Such changes may make the children of eligible for these benefits. Recipients of free and reduced price benefits m s the school of any changes during the school year in family size and increases of over $50.00 per month. In the operation of child-feeding programs, no child will be discriminated aS a of race, sex, creed, color, national origin, age, or handicap. If a family have been discriminated against, write immediately to the Secretary of Agr ington, D.C. 20250. Under the provisions of the policy, MP. John C. Cary, Superintendent of School County School C-1 and the Building Principals of Canton School District R-V review applications and determine eligibility. If a parent is dlasatlafied w it ruling of the official, he may wish to discuaa the decision with the official on an informal basis or he may make a request either orally or in to: Mr.. Robert Wallace, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Lela County District C-l, Box 366, Ewing, Missouri 63O, or Mr. William C. Pay, of Schools, Canton School District R-V, 200 South Fourth Streot, Canton, for a hearing to appeal the decision. Hearing procedures are outlined in the policy. A omplets Copy. of the policy file in each school and in the central office where It maS be reviewed by anY party. t4 EIGH BORHOOD I' 4 EWSpre.-New. Journ..,Ca..on,00.,Thu,.d.y, Augu,t,,,l00, IIU III ii E00vJng " Scott Dehner :# H Sederwalls have returned from western trip Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sederwall returned home from their vacation in South Dakota and Montana. During the trip, the Sederwalls attended the Midwest Federation Gem and Mineral Show at Sioux Falls, S. D. They also went on three guided tours into the Badlands. They ended their trip in Butte, Mont., before coming home. Joining them on the trip were Hazel Kuntz and Jane Huelsmeyer of Quincy. Robert Harrison, a lay pastor from Hurdland, filled in for Rev. Norman Berry who was ill Sunday morning. Bro Harrison's nephew brought special music. / The regular montly meeting of the Ewing Senior Housing Board was held Monday The board is still awaiting final notice on their loan. before they can take bids on construction of new housing units. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wallace and granddaughter, Micbelle Wallace, have returned home from vacationing around the state. They first went to Cameron to visit their son, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wallace and Amee. Jim and family accompanied them to Branson. , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dehner had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Willows, Mrs. Henrietta Dehner and Robbie Wallace of Ewing and Bill Dehner of Canton. Maywood Beulah Jones II III or Iielena Seals, for information. Helen Barton of St. Louis visited in the Paul Durst home Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Leona Blohm has returned home after being in St. Mary Hospital and Mayo's for tests and treatment, Paul and Irene Durst attended the wedding of their niece, Jodi Snndgrass, and Mark Loveland at the Lutheran 'hurch in Palmyra Saturday evening. 'Robert Booher was treated and released for burns in Quincy Saturday he received from a trash fire. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke attended the 50tl anniversary of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kroencke in Hull, and also attended church with the family. Todd and Sue Nunn of LaGrange were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nunn. Janice Thomas visited her family over the weekend. She has been working in Phoenix, Ariz. The Rohs Baptist Women met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Beulah Jones. Plans were made for Christmas in August. The gifts are for the Children's Home in Bridgeton. The program was led by Jo Jones Paul and Dale Durst attended the Illinois State Fair in Springfield Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina had dinner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis Sunday, and attended church with the family. Their nephews, Bruce and Kim Mason, had special music. Mr. and Mrs. David Sears were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vaughn and Jason, Jimmy Dean Vaughn, Diana Kaylor and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Vaugl'm went to Six Flags Tuesday. Irene Durst, Ruth-Bowman and k spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mn,John Knoche and Megan Anne. icy Mason and family of gdina e:Wedr esday evening guestS of Mr. a Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and 1985 champion 4-H ewe Is displayed by Lori Petefish from Ten Mile 4-H. Trophy sponsored by TriState Fertilizer. 147 entries in sheep show / at fair A total of 20 contestants had 147 entries in the recent Lewis County Fair sheep show. Alan Petefish of Canton served as superintendent, with Paul Prigge of Ewing as assistant. Aaron Petefish of Canton and Tim McConne:l of Lewistown served as junior assistants. Winners were: Suffolk- yearling ram, 1st, Heather O'Brien, Hunnewell. Junior ram lamb, 1st, Jay Kunz, Quincy; 2nd, Shultz & Son, Alexandria; 3rd & 4th, Stephen Linnenburger, Ewing. Pair ram lambs, 1st, Stephen Linnenburger. Champion ram, Heather O'Brien. Reserve champion ram, Jay Kunz. Yearling ewe, 1st & 2nd, Heather O'Brien; 3rd, Curtis Gaus, Ewing; 4th, Shultz and Son. . Plates are available from the 125th Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Heather an iversar celebrationo So th Union ' " "or w Bapti'P,ld':.Ontf--th OmfnR- .... lamb; 1st [ .rld(Reather O'Brien; 3rd, tee: Loretta Bringer, Charilyn Stalder Shultz & 8,'+th, Stephen Linnen- burger. Pair of ewe lambs, 1st, Heather O'Brien; 2nd, Stephen Linnen- burger; 3rd, Shnltz & Son. Champion and reserve champion ewe, Heather O'Brien. Pen of 3, 1st, Shultz & Son; 2nd, Stephen Linnen- burger Flock, 1st, Heather O'Brien; 2nd, Shultz & Son. Hampshires: junior ram lamb, 1st & 2nd, D. J. Sheep Co., Philadelphia; 3rd, Curtis Lieurance, Hannibal. Champion and reserve champion ram, D. J. Sheep Co. Pair ram lambs, Ist, D. J. Sheep Co. Year'ling ewe, 1st & 3rd, Lance O'Brien; 2nd & 4th, Curtis Lieurance. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Lance O'Brien; 2nd, Curtis Lieurance. Junior ewe lamb, 1st, Curtis Lieurance; 2nd, D. J. Sheep Co.; 3rd & 4th, Lance O'Brien. Pair ewe lambs, 1st, Lance O'Brien; 2nd, Curtis Lieurance; 3rd, D. J: Sheep Co. Champion ewe, Lance O'Brien. Reserve champion ewe, Curtis Lieur- ante. Pen of 3 lambs, 1st, D. J. Sheep Co.; 2nd, Curtis Lieurance. Flock, 1st, Curtis Lieurance. Dorsets: junior ram lamb, 1st & 2rid, Bryan Moore, KirksviUe; 3rd & 4th, John Moore, KirksviUe. Pair ram lambs, 1st, Bryan Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Champion and reserve ram, Bryan Moore. Yearling ewes, Ist & 2rid, Bryan Moore; Srd & 4th, John Moore. Pair of yearling ewes, 1st, Bryan Moore; 2rid, John Moore. Junior ewe lamb, 1st & 2nd, Bryan Moore; 2nd & 4th, John Moore. Pair ewe lambs, 1st, Bryan Moore; 2nd, John Moore, Champion and reserve champion ewe, Bryan Moore. Pen of 3 lambs, Ist, Bryan Moore; 2rid, John Moore. Flock, Ist, Bryan Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Shrolthires: yearling ram, 1st, Aaron Petefish; 2nd, Lori Petefish, Canton; 3rd, Andrea Pieter. Junior ram lamb, Ist & 4th, Robin Peiter, Hannibal; 2nd & 3rd, Lori Petefish. Pair ram lambs, Ist, Loci Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pe/ter. Champion ram, 00ust 9-12 FEATURING BACKROAD$ Lewiftown Lounge Dinner Aaron Petefish. Reserve champion ram, Robin Pelter. Yearling ewe, 1st & 3rd, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pelter; 4th, Andrea Pelter. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Andrea Pelter; 3rd, Robin Pelter. Junior ewe lamb, 1st, Robin Pelter; 2nd & 3rd, Lori Petefish; 4th, Andrea Peiter. Pair ewe lambs. 1st, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pelter; 3rd, Andrea Pelter. Champion ewe, Robin Pelter. Re- serve champion ewe, Lori Petefish. Pen of 3 lambs, Ist, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Andrea Pelter; 3rd, Robin Pelter. Flock, 1st, Lori Petefish; 2nd, Robin Pelter; 3rd, Andrea Pelter. Corriedales: yearling ram, 1st, Tony Harrison, Kahoka. Junior ram lamb, 1st & 2rid, Tony Harrison. Pair ram lambs, Tony Harrison. Champion and reserve champion ram, Tony Harrison Yearling ewe, 1st & 2nd, Tony Harrison. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Tony Harrison. Junior ewe lamb, 1st. & 2nd, Tony Harrison, Pair ewe Iambs, Tony Harrison. Champion and reserve champion ewe, Tony Harrison. Pen o 3 lamtm, ;[,Tony Harrison Flock, Tony" Hai;rison.  Montadales: junior ram lamb, 1st & 3rd, John Moore; 2nd & 4th, Daniel Moore. Pair ram lambs, 1st, John Moore; 2nd, Daniel Moore. Champion ram, John Moore. Re- serve champion ram, Daniel Moore. Yearling ewes, 1st & 2nd, Daniel Moore; 3rd & 4th, John Moore. Pair yearling ewes, 1st, Daniel Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Junior ewe lamb, 1st & 3rd, Daniel Moore; 2nd & 4th, John Moore. Pair of ewe lambs, 1st, Daniel Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Champion and reserve champion ewe, Daniel Moore. Pen of 3 lambs, Daniel Moore; 2nd, John Moore. Flock, 1st, John Moore; 2rid, Daniel Moore. Market lambs: 1st, Kay Kunz, Quincy; 2nd, Stephanie Linnenburger, Ewing; 3rd & 6th, Powell Cattle Farm, Monroe City; 4th, Stephen Linnen- burger; 5th, D. J. Sheep Co.; 7th & 8th, Curtis Lieurance. Supreme champion ram, D. J. Sheep Co. with a Hampshire. Supreme champion ewe, Robin Pelter with a Shropshire. CANTON SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER 600 MONIGOMERY 9:$0 A.M. 1:$0 P.M. Friday, Aug. 16 If you can't come in, we'll come to you. Just call us. 2gg-3633 BELTONE HEARINg AID SERVICE 422 S. 8th Quincy, III. 217-228-0542 1985 champion 4-H ram is displayed by Aaron Petefisb o[ Ten Mile 4-H. Trophy sponsored by TriState Fertilizer. Pictured is Stephanie Linnenlmrger (right) of Oyster Prairie 4-H receiving a trophy sponsored by TriState Fertilizer for bet H5 grand champion market lamb. PR ESS.NE WS Published Every Americanton David 130 Avenue Of The l Canton, Vh Co,,o Ies Es I gb2 lh ew,s Cou,v JO rOI |he te,..,$own News |he Conlon Pess Newt C/as Poslp' MISSOURI Columbia, RATE In Lewis, Knox, and Clark a year .............. " Six months ........ Elsewhere in other states, a year ..' Six months ........... Display Advertising, Column inch ...... Classified Advertisi Per word ........... ! Minimum ......... Display Classified, Col. inch ....... Card of Thanks. For Quick CLASS LOCKER TUESOAY. HOGS SlBLL CORNFED OR UTAJL August Lewis County Scbool District C-1 and Canton School District -V today announced revised free and reduced price policy for school children unable to pay the of meals served in schools under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Local education officials have adopted the following family-size income c determining eligibility: Maximum Family Income Eligzble Maxzmum Family Family Sizes for. Free Heals for Reduced Pri Annually Monthly - = Annually = 1 S 6,825 S 569 S g.713 2 9,165 764  13,O43 3 11.505 959 16.373 13,845 1,154 19,703 5 16,185 1,349 23.033 6 18,525 1.544 26,383 7 20.865 1,739 29,693 8 23.205 1.934 33.023 Each additional 2,340 195 3,330 family member Children from families whose current tncome ts at or below those shown are elll free or reduced price meals. Application forms are available at the princ in each school. To apply, fill out an application and return it to the schoOl, formation orovidod on tha application is confidential and will be used only fol pose of determining eligibility, applicatzons may be submitted any time dur year. A complete application is required as a condition of eligibility that (1) social security information, (2) total household income, (3) names of members, and (4) the signature of parent or legal guardian. Current income sY fled at any time during the school year. Parents will be notified of In certain cases, foster children are eligible regardless of the income of the with whom they reside. If a family has foster children living with them and apply for them, they should contaCt the school. If a family member becomes unemployed or if family size changes, the family s the school.to file a new application. Such changes may make the children of eligible for these benefits. Recipients of free and reduced price benefits m s the school of any changes during the school year in family size and increases of over $50.00 per month. In the operation of child-feeding programs, no child will be discriminated aS a of race, sex, creed, color, national origin, age, or handicap. If a family have been discriminated against, write immediately to the Secretary of Agr ington, D.C. 20250. Under the provisions of the policy, MP. John C. Cary, Superintendent of School County School C-1 and the Building Principals of Canton School District R-V review applications and determine eligibility. If a parent is dlasatlafied w it ruling of the official, he may wish to discuaa the decision with the official on an informal basis or he may make a request either orally or in to: Mr.. Robert Wallace, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Lela County District C-l, Box 366, Ewing, Missouri 63O, or Mr. William C. Pay, of Schools, Canton School District R-V, 200 South Fourth Streot, Canton, for a hearing to appeal the decision. Hearing procedures are outlined in the policy. A omplets Copy. of the policy file in each school and in the central office where It maS be reviewed by anY party.