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Canton Troop 1 74 attend camporee at Clarksville Canton Scout Troop 174 fellowship, but the young attended the Mark Twain people worked on the Hiking District Fall Camporee held Skill Award or, if they already i at the Pipefitters Union had it. the Orinteering Merit % campground several miles Badge which is cross country "* southwest of Clarksville from travel with a map and :: Oct. 13-15. compass against time. Re- The troopleft Canton at 5:30 gardless of what the scout p.m. Friday, from the Metho- worked on he had at least 10 dist church in full uniform miles of hiking in additon to with Jim Walter, Brad Hoff- compass and map work. All of : man and John Bursewicz Cantons scouts satisfactorily ........ f providing transportation for completed their activities by  .... eighteen scouts. The units Sunday noon, which included q: returned Sunday about 3 p.m. six with the Hiking Skill -. : with Kenneth Morris Richard Award and tweh, e with Orien- II'A  Thompson and John- teering. [ Bursewicz providing transpor- The following scouts attend- H JANI SPURGEON tion, and each scout was taken ed the camporee: Wayne home. Murphy H. Greg Leftwich ttl  LJUll| Each scout paid $1.25 for a (H). Tony Dye H), Dan td UaD |Imw|apP special camporee patch and a Wiltshire (H),. Joe Walter _ . cracker barrel Friday night; (H), Scott Ludwig H), Robert nmhn’’ndnr and the troop covered the cost Lee (O), Tracy Howe (O), w=u=w,.=vwwv= of food for five meals for 18 Lynn Thompson (O), Neal of Canton hostesses at numerous cam- scouts and one leader. The Thompson 0), Ken Thomp- Spurgeon of pus events Sunday noon meal was shared son 0), Ricky Rees (0), recently se- "Student" ambassadors give with the drivers and their Randy Rees 0), Jon Morris nt amlassa- tours because vrosoective families. Sunday at 9 a.m., O), Kevin Dodd (0), Brian Youngsters m CROP walk st Missouri students relate bet'ter to other everybody (125) worshiped to- Tower (O), Jerry Spurgeon u Kirksville ........ Me er gether (O) and Bruce Hoffman (0) • smaents, sala Mary y , • '  " among 40 young assistant director of admis- The camporee not only John Burse 'icz, Scoutmaster, en chosen to be sions, provided group camping ann was tle unit leaner. assadors. They Miss Galbraith is a junior Thursday: cold .cu! varmty, on ersonalit ..... :: French fries, pork n Deans, .. P Y, majoring m accounting. She Is THE LEWIS COUNTY  ....... mevement and the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.  pear half, breaa, outter, mm’. J. R. Galbraith of Canton.  II •   Friday: baked ham, cheesy :t ambassadors, Miss Spurgeon is a senior " 1 • II H • II  potatoes, green beans, cheese- . responsible for majoring in communicative  • • i •JL • • 4 4 B   cake, bread, butter, milk. S tours to pro- arts and is the daughter of  J[ l    J-- [I _ f | E Il !)  EWING SCHOOL dents and their Mr and Mrs. Norman Spur- q/JlUA,b,s / 1, , I, also act as con of Monticello • g ' ' "   Monday hamburgers on bun, peas, apple sauce, cheese I _ ii ,rb,rw, ro pF'mm mwI'7, stick, brownies, milk. ,ts use are,, ,-.  -rat 1" ' lr " "r'l-'V 1117"2"g" " '70€//IPNt/ Tuesday: turkey roll. pota- '  IL'J' ' m--d[ J J[ • J ]'qL " I J/   -  toes and gravy, corn, jello experiences were including Philmont in New L.JJ[J[ FL-L - J[' prr  )|])1/! rd sa.!ad, cake, bread, butter, forthe 1231 Boy Mexico and Sommers Canoe -uards who are "ood ball t.,,,V,l[t i tox€c. ' • s s  Wednesday" spaghetti and Ll03 Troops of the Base on the Minnesota-Cana- Le%rlil Co. C-1 handlers The seventh grade , CATON. MO. --^-' ..... :,'een beans cole ers Co,,,,,.u ,h, dian border A total of 140 ..... ., .-f ..... . ..... n THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 ,.r., u.,, ee . , .. reek or more at Scouts, Explorers, and Adult LaGRANGE SCHOOL the eighth grade squad has ]0. first English settlement. We mi'ai ' .......... and Thunderbird Leaders from the l.oc.al area Girls Basketball The head coach this year is built a part of the settlement. Thursday" chili soul), crack- toolc aavantage at tins more  a - • _ . . _ The LaGrange girls basket- Tom Claxton and h's ssistant We ho, to reconstruct it for - "" • ......... ra tu he trained rugged outdoor program for ball team opens its pre-season is Larry Shurfeld. our on house in November. er?er;a?n;aarr::nsic€;: h !he campzng oJaer memrs.  Thunder with high hopes. The eighth -- In science, our project was cookies, milk • m mcations me tamps uonn anu " -"- "earn was undefeated as ........ " . , ' ............. F, ruut rum t, raae making a mini-zoo or a Friday" fish sandwich, mix- "'o ounci also Dira serve me  cotmcy t,, seventh aders The-, have a " n-w -'-s ..... " ................. uite .'- ..... r • " bershl" m r, # ,, e ca mate, racey mlm-garaen. nese were q ed vegetables, cole slaw, lruk, Cub Scout Day Rivers Coun cl! mem m.._ i Pand lot of depth at all positions Day, joined us in the 5th successful Now we are study- milk t ctractec z,.zJ5 Norm emraJ vn .. _ with good height and excellent grade on Oct 2 Our class ing the systems of the body. the aes of 8 both teamre a oroaa couung .... ' " . . . -- ° w" min- boat speea enroument is now 35. Math class nag oeen a HIGHLAND SCHOOL !!!sH!fghA!iilni rfe-!stnks'irtti°kn:cl ueaiiards . o:Whtunedipre°te:!nr !mrien{! :{ syrnt! LMIMAfn°::k:a:u:' g er, i " , version of Jamestown, the 9-check for addition problems. French fries catsup, mustard,  1 Several of us have almost fruit, milk, extra sandwich  . completed the required rmm-,._uesday:..smbueger ,- her of book reports for this French fries, catsup, mustard, !  • _ ,,  . quarter, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. '  • IId 1 [Ta[ We are proud to have been a Wednesday: cheeseburger, II II IIq  • 'g V part of Mrs. Todd s music French fries, catsup, mustard, program at the October PTA fruit, milk, extra sandwich. am  Imm i Ikll • llp IlmklPP • • meeting. LaGrange is very Thursday: hamburger, $  II/k/ d[ N [ /IL/llllm II@'ll@'ll'= 1 I fortunate in having Mrs. chips, catsup, mustard, fruit, • I V EU • lJ-I • I im• • • Ill I1klkllm lira lira Todd. " t milk, extra sandwich. In spelling, tne class s w,.;n,,, ho,,,,h, .... " .... , clivided into two teams e o. -- ..... i = • " ....... s and the rues, catsup, musmru, trine, g]rm are Gooa New Last milk, extra sandwich. Has been the voice at Rural b°Yea:;eThewGareattst" The LineB barbecued beef • " Monday: , contest will run 6 weeks. • • _ • • .. _ __ . ...... corn, cake, frmt, mdk, extra • • • __ Jl l_  "-  , "  -- -- Our roommomers mls year sandwich NIISSOUrl In THe OI’ll00 oenllle areMrs. Deters, Mrs. Stahl Tuesda" chicken&noodles and Mrs Yarbrough We are Y: • ' • =.- .. • __ peas, cottage cheese, jello, hot all looking forward to a gooo lr l , rolls, milk, extra sandwich. B F  year. -- Wednesday: fish, potato ll  Menu for Week of Oct. 23 salad, baked beans, wheat • Jlrljjlll..  Monday: juicy burgers on bread, fruit, milk, extra lll  7:  l bun, French fries, lettuce sandwich. l. l[ila.Jl!llq salad, unbaked cookies, milk. Thursday: potato soup, / r  A[ll Tuesday: macaroni and crackers, toasted cheese, car- j ..: .. l ground beef, green beans, cole rot sticks, fruit, milk, extra 1 " "lllm slaw, cherries, peanut butter sandwich. l sandwiches, milk. Friday: spaghetti and meat  Wednesday: hamburger and sauce, garlic bread, tossed llmmll gravy, mashed potatoes, can- salad, fruit, extra sandwich, .j. died carrots, fresh apples, milk. ::'" peanut butter sandwiches, -- ',::  - . milk  LEWISTOWN JR. HIGH • "  .. .-'_ Thursday: pizza, soccotash, Menu for Week of.Oct. 23. d  ....  celery sticks, peach jello Monday: tamales, Daze .  lfmmmm='=='-'-'lli!  salad, milk. beans or mixed vegetables,   - . .......... _..,.,=aV-"mmml Friday: toasted cheese butterscotch pudding,. utke,    ............ " "'- sandwiches, Mexican beans, breaa, butter, peanut VUt , / '*, r perfectmn salad, oranges, milk. " " " milk. Tuesday: beef stew, corn, #. , # . •. . • II ._ _ I-r , • -- cake and fruit, garlic bread, :>TOTe :>enaTor INorman Merrell 1,5 Q IITe IOnO resi LaBELLE SCHOOL butter ,anut butter milk enu for Week of Oct. 23 Wednesday: turkey roll, t,4 P, [I,...-,-,e's© AA|e,,...-I l=#,r O] w,r , ttt'l’ €1 Monday: lasagne hot rolls, noodles and mashed potatoes, dlll %1/ IXl,, um,,m,m ;vtuo.Ull. l,-- -" ','---, uu vv,-,-- ,., lettuce salad, ap'qe sauce ..... "" ha" r-ll : . ' , peas, jellO anu lrUlt, t u , teacherpubllC Schools.and on administrator in the Lewis County !XSbdV/vua;iie:ppeipki:: :!thneir:ndb:te:p!t!i:,t,b@?:dn, " " Wednesday" "hay stacks, bUFtayP:aiuhy;rch'fries, buttered peas, 'cottage cheese, spinach, "peach and cottage "" " rk the • .l for - butterscotch pudding, bread, cheese, bread, butter, peanut Norman Merrell continues to wo . Tamlly m utter, milk. butter, milk. aS he has tar over u years. AS t'reslaent P'ro-/em of the Missour,- Senate, you can be assured his Id fitlll voice is heard. IIl  II. II 11 IJ ON NOV. 7-VOTE FOR THE PROVEN LEADER R?00str:t00n.Fo: DANCE STUDIO RE- E L E C T ST A T E S E N A T O R OCTOBER 23, 2:00- 4:00 M I)/00tA M I IUtI=DDI=I I AMERICAN LEGIOH HALL ll V lUlln El mine lWImmutgtgmlm lm CANTON TAP- BALLET ' JAZZ & ACROBAT !1 . For furthm' Information ph AID FOR BY. Merrell for Senator Committee Bill Anderson, Treasurer . ..  " 288-3275 or g4- O@o  l:w. mmlulmlllmllllllllllllllllll Canton Troop 1 74 attend camporee at Clarksville Canton Scout Troop 174 fellowship, but the young attended the Mark Twain people worked on the Hiking District Fall Camporee held Skill Award or, if they already i at the Pipefitters Union had it. the Orinteering Merit % campground several miles Badge which is cross country "* southwest of Clarksville from travel with a map and :: Oct. 13-15. compass against time. Re- The troopleft Canton at 5:30 gardless of what the scout p.m. Friday, from the Metho- worked on he had at least 10 dist church in full uniform miles of hiking in additon to with Jim Walter, Brad Hoff- compass and map work. All of : man and John Bursewicz Cantons scouts satisfactorily ........ f providing transportation for completed their activities by  .... eighteen scouts. The units Sunday noon, which included q: returned Sunday about 3 p.m. six with the Hiking Skill -. : with Kenneth Morris Richard Award and tweh, e with Orien- II'A  Thompson and John- teering. [ Bursewicz providing transpor- The following scouts attend- H JANI SPURGEON tion, and each scout was taken ed the camporee: Wayne home. Murphy H. Greg Leftwich ttl  LJUll| Each scout paid $1.25 for a (H). Tony Dye H), Dan td UaD |Imw|apP special camporee patch and a Wiltshire (H),. Joe Walter _ . cracker barrel Friday night; (H), Scott Ludwig H), Robert nmhn’’ndnr and the troop covered the cost Lee (O), Tracy Howe (O), w=u=w,.=vwwv= of food for five meals for 18 Lynn Thompson (O), Neal of Canton hostesses at numerous cam- scouts and one leader. The Thompson 0), Ken Thomp- Spurgeon of pus events Sunday noon meal was shared son 0), Ricky Rees (0), recently se- "Student" ambassadors give with the drivers and their Randy Rees 0), Jon Morris nt amlassa- tours because vrosoective families. Sunday at 9 a.m., O), Kevin Dodd (0), Brian Youngsters m CROP walk st Missouri students relate bet'ter to other everybody (125) worshiped to- Tower (O), Jerry Spurgeon u Kirksville ........ Me er gether (O) and Bruce Hoffman (0) • smaents, sala Mary y , • '  " among 40 young assistant director of admis- The camporee not only John Burse 'icz, Scoutmaster, en chosen to be sions, provided group camping ann was tle unit leaner. assadors. They Miss Galbraith is a junior Thursday: cold .cu! varmty, on ersonalit ..... :: French fries, pork n Deans, .. P Y, majoring m accounting. She Is THE LEWIS COUNTY  ....... mevement and the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.  pear half, breaa, outter, mm’. J. R. Galbraith of Canton.  II •   Friday: baked ham, cheesy :t ambassadors, Miss Spurgeon is a senior " 1 • II H • II  potatoes, green beans, cheese- . responsible for majoring in communicative  • • i •JL • • 4 4 B   cake, bread, butter, milk. S tours to pro- arts and is the daughter of  J[ l    J-- [I _ f | E Il !)  EWING SCHOOL dents and their Mr and Mrs. Norman Spur- q/JlUA,b,s / 1, , I, also act as con of Monticello • g ' ' "   Monday hamburgers on bun, peas, apple sauce, cheese I _ ii ,rb,rw, ro pF'mm mwI'7, stick, brownies, milk. ,ts use are,, ,-.  -rat 1" ' lr " "r'l-'V 1117"2"g" " '70€//IPNt/ Tuesday: turkey roll. pota- '  IL'J' ' m--d[ J J[ • J ]'qL " I J/   -  toes and gravy, corn, jello experiences were including Philmont in New L.JJ[J[ FL-L - J[' prr  )|])1/! rd sa.!ad, cake, bread, butter, forthe 1231 Boy Mexico and Sommers Canoe -uards who are "ood ball t.,,,V,l[t i tox€c. ' • s s  Wednesday" spaghetti and Ll03 Troops of the Base on the Minnesota-Cana- Le%rlil Co. C-1 handlers The seventh grade , CATON. MO. --^-' ..... :,'een beans cole ers Co,,,,,.u ,h, dian border A total of 140 ..... ., .-f ..... . ..... n THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 ,.r., u,, e,- . , .. reek or more at Scouts, Explorers, and Adult LaGRANGE SCHOOL the eighth grade squad has ]0. first English settlement. We mi'ai ' .......... and Thunderbird Leaders from the l.oc.al area Girls Basketball The head coach this year is built a part of the settlement. Thursday" chili soul), crack- toolc aavantage at tins more  a - • _ . . _ The LaGrange girls basket- Tom Claxton and h's ssistant We ho, to reconstruct it for - "" • ......... ra tu he trained rugged outdoor program for ball team opens its pre-season is Larry Shurfeld. our on house in November. er?er;a?n;aarr::nsic€;: h !he campzng oJaer memrs.  Thunder with high hopes. The eighth -- In science, our project was cookies, milk • m mcations me tamps uonn anu " -"- "earn was undefeated as ........ " . , ' ............. F, ruut rum t, raae making a mini-zoo or a Friday" fish sandwich, mix- "'o ounci also Dira serve me  cotmcy t,, seventh aders The-, have a " n-w -'-s ..... " ................. uite .'- ..... r • " bershl" m r, # ,, e ca mate, racey mlm-garaen. nese were q ed vegetables, cole slaw, lruk, Cub Scout Day Rivers Coun cl! mem m.._ i Pand lot of depth at all positions Day, joined us in the 5th successful Now we are study- milk t ctractec z,.zJ5 Norm emraJ vn .. _ with good height and excellent grade on Oct 2 Our class ing the systems of the body. the aes of 8 both teamre a oroaa couung .... ' " . . . -- ° w" min- boat speea enroument is now 35. Math class nag oeen a HIGHLAND SCHOOL !!!sH!fghA!iilni rfe-!stnks'irtti°kn:cl ueaiiards . o:Whtunedipre°te:!nr !mrien{! :{ syrnt! LMIMAfn°::k:a:u:' g er, i " , version of Jamestown, the 9-check for addition problems. French fries catsup, mustard,  1 Several of us have almost fruit, milk, extra sandwich  . completed the required rmm-,._uesday:..smbueger ,- her of book reports for this French fries, catsup, mustard, !  • _ ,,  . quarter, fruit, milk, extra sandwich. '  • IId 1 [Ta[ We are proud to have been a Wednesday: cheeseburger, II II IIq  • 'g V part of Mrs. Todd s music French fries, catsup, mustard, program at the October PTA fruit, milk, extra sandwich. am  Imm i Ikll • llp IlmklPP • • meeting. LaGrange is very Thursday: hamburger, $  II/k/ d[ N [ /IL/llllm II@'ll@'ll'= 1 I fortunate in having Mrs. chips, catsup, mustard, fruit, • I V EU • lJ-I • I im• • • Ill I1klkllm lira lira Todd. " t milk, extra sandwich. In spelling, tne class s w,.;n,,, ho,,,,h, .... " .... , clivided into two teams e o. -- ..... i = • " ....... s and the rues, catsup, musmru, trine, g]rm are Gooa New Last milk, extra sandwich. Has been the voice at Rural b°Yea:;eThewGareattst" The LineB barbecued beef • " Monday: , contest will run 6 weeks. • • _ • • .. _ __ . ...... corn, cake, frmt, mdk, extra • • • __ Jl l_  "-  , "  -- -- Our roommomers mls year sandwich NIISSOUrl In THe OI’ll00 oenllle areMrs. Deters, Mrs. Stahl Tuesda" chicken&noodles and Mrs Yarbrough We are Y: • ' • =.- .. • __ peas, cottage cheese, jello, hot all looking forward to a gooo lr l , rolls, milk, extra sandwich. B F i=l year. -- Wednesday: fish, potato ll  Menu for Week of Oct. 23 salad, baked beans, wheat • Jlrljjlll..  Monday: juicy burgers on bread, fruit, milk, extra lll  7:  l bun, French fries, lettuce sandwich. l. l[ilL.Jl!llq salad, unbaked cookies, milk. Thursday: potato soup, / r  A[ll Tuesday: macaroni and crackers, toasted cheese, car- j ..: .. l ground beef, green beans, cole rot sticks, fruit, milk, extra 1 " "lllm slaw, cherries, peanut butter sandwich. l sandwiches, milk. Friday: spaghetti and meat  Wednesday: hamburger and sauce, garlic bread, tossed llmmll gravy, mashed potatoes, can- salad, fruit, extra sandwich,  died carrots, fresh apples, milk. ::'" peanut butter sandwiches, -- ',::  - . milk  LEWISTOWN JR. HIGH • "  .. .-'_ Thursday: pizza, soccotash, Menu for Week of.Oct. 23. d  ....  celery sticks, peach jello Monday: tamales, Daze .  lfmmmm='=='-'-'lli!  salad, milk. beans or mixed vegetables,   - . .......... _..,.,=aV-"mmml Friday: toasted cheese butterscotch pudding,. utke,    ............ " "'- sandwiches, Mexican beans, breaa, butter, peanut VUt , / '*, r perfectmn salad, oranges, milk. " " " milk. Tuesday: beef stew, corn, #. , # . •. . • II ._ _ I-r , • -- cake and fruit, garlic bread, :>TOTe :>enaTor INorman Merrell 1,5 Q IITe IOnO resi LaBELLE SCHOOL butter ,anut butter milk enu for Week of Oct. 23 Wednesday: turkey roll, t,4 P, [I,...-,-,e's© AA|e,,...-I l=#,r O] w,r , ttt'l’ €1 Monday: lasagne hot rolls, noodles and mashed potatoes, dlll %1/ IXl,, um,,m,m ;vtuo.Ull. l,-- -" ','---, uu vv,-,-- ,., lettuce salad, ap'qe sauce ..... "" ha" r-ll : . ' , peas, jellO anu lrUlt, t u , teacherpubllC Schools.and on administrator in the Lewis County !XSbdV/vua;iie:ppeipki:: :!thneir:ndb:te:p!t!i:,t,b@?:dn, " " Wednesday" "hay stacks, bUFtayP:aiuhy;rch'fries, buttered peas, 'cottage cheese, spinach, "peach and cottage "" " rk the • .l for - butterscotch pudding, bread, cheese, bread, butter, peanut Norman Merrell continues to wo . Tamlly m utter, milk. butter, milk. aS he has tar over u years. AS t'reslaent P'ro-/em of the Missour,- Senate, you can be assured his Id fitlll voice is heard. IIl  II. II 11 IJ ON NOV. 7-VOTE FOR THE PROVEN LEADER R?00str:t00n.Fo: DANCE STUDIO RE- E L E C T ST A T E S E N A T O R OCTOBER 23, 2:00- 4:00 M I)/00tA M I IUtI=DDI=I I AMERICAN LEGIOH HALL ll V lUlln El mine lWImmutgtgmlm lm CANTON TAP- BALLET ' JAZZ & ACROBAT !1 . For furthm' Information ph AID FOR BY. Merrell for Senator Committee Bill Anderson, Treasurer . ..  " 288-3275 or g4- O@o  l:w. mmlulmlllmllllllllllllllllll