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1 H MO OCT. 26, 1978 Ivan Gillespie honored by C.1 Schools Relocating after fire On Wednesday afternoon, Gillespie, who retired this fall, Oct. 4th, the Ewing Elemen- as school custodian after 13 tary school honored Ivan years in this position. T IS "RIGHT TO WORK"? UNION CONTRACTS CONTAIN A "UNION CLAUSE WHICH REQUIRES EMPLOYEES TO A UNION AFTER 30 DAYS EMPLOYMENT OR "RIGHT TO WORK" OUTLAWS THIS FORCED IN A UNION. MOST UNION CONTRACTS CONTAIN A OFF" CLAUSE WHICH FORCES THE EMPLOY- WITHHOLD MONEY FOR UNION DUES, FEES 5MENTS FROM THE EMPLOYEES PAY, GIVE THE MONEY TO THE UNION. OFTEN, IN- FEES ARE EXCESSIVE AND ARE SET BY THE TO WORK" OUTLAWS FORCED WITHHOLD- MONEY FROM EMPLOYEES PAY. "YES" FOR AMENDMENT NUMBER 23 WILL MISSOURI A "RIGHT TO WORK" STATE OUT- THIS FORCED UNION MEMBERSHIP AND PAYMENTS TO THE UNION. FIVE STATES MISSOURI ARE "RIGHT TO WORK" STATES. YOU SEE WHY UNION BOSSES STRONGLY AMENDMENT NUMBER 23, WHICH WILL UNLAWFUL FORCED UNION MEMBERSHIP AND IENTS. A FRIEND OF FREEDOM TO WORK Mrs. Erleen Burnett served as mistress of ceremonies for the all-school assembly. The featured events included pres- entation of a money-mobile by 0 the student body, a poem especially written in his honor, and a special cake baked by the cooks. Thurman WilletL superin- tendent of Lewis County C-I Schools, presented Gillespie with a red velvet lined cedar box which held a symbolic key to the school. This gift had been constructed :,y the industrial art teachers. Also present to share in the special honors devoted to Mr. Gillespie were his wife, two daughters-in-law, and two granddaughters. The student body closed the assembly by joining together and singing "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow." " C-1 delegates to ,  attend MSTA * meet Nov.l.3 0 0 Some 20,000 educators will be attending the ll6th annual State Convention of the Mis- souri Teachers Association to be held in the Roe Bartle Convention Center, Kansas City, Nov. 1-3, according to Dr. J. A. Kinder, MSTA Executive Secretary. The Assembly of Delegates, representing some 500 Com- munity Teachers Association, twelve district, eight standing committees and members of the MSTA Executive Commit- tee, will meet at the Center on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Dr. Ted Mittler, MSTA President, will preside over the Assembly. Lawrence J. Peter, author of "The Peter Principle," will give the address at the first general session. Some thirty departmental programs and workshops plus special seminars will be held on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2, at the Convention Center. The President's Reception will be held on Wednesday eve- ning, Nov. 1. Bel Kaufman, author of "Up the Down Staircase," will be the speaker at the second general session of the conven- tion. MSTA-The Professional Way is the 1978 convention theme. Approximately 300 % PREPARING FOR REOPENING -- Robert Capps, in foreground, and Jim Oliver were busy this week installing new fixtures in the former Western Auto building, where' Capps Variety Store will reopen, hopefully early in November. The new fixtures installation is well underway. arrived Friday, and exhibits will be on display at the Convention Center. Delegates from Lewis Co. C-1 are Stacy Taylor, Lewis- tow; John Wallace, Ewing; Carolyn Morgret, LaBelle; Rebecca Dye, Lewistown; and Monica Cunningham, Lewis- town. f-- , REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE . AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY YOU  MOire NEWS IN THE MEI{('IIANI)ISE READIED- Mildred Capps, left, and Ginny Oliver, unpack, sort, and price all new merchandise that has arrived foi" the reopening of the Capps Store at its new location, across the street from original building, which was gutted by fire on May 17. What Is A Homecoming t No Fun At All!! greek Iq )rder now for s[ homecoming corsages,, Flowers with Distiction ..... Flowers by Sheri CANTON 288-3680 CANTON -- LAGRANGE 655- 4143 LA GRANGE / / \\; k TH HELP US CELEBRATE OUR ON FRIDAY, NOV. 9 a.m. tO 3 p.m. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED Lewis Co. Continuously Since 1903" rs & Me.rchants Bank of LaGrange 1 H MO OCT. 26, 1978 Ivan Gillespie honored by C.1 Schools Relocating after fire On Wednesday afternoon, Gillespie, who retired this fall, Oct. 4th, the Ewing Elemen- as school custodian after 13 tary school honored Ivan years in this position. T IS "RIGHT TO WORK"? UNION CONTRACTS CONTAIN A "UNION CLAUSE WHICH REQUIRES EMPLOYEES TO A UNION AFTER 30 DAYS EMPLOYMENT OR "RIGHT TO WORK" OUTLAWS THIS FORCED IN A UNION. MOST UNION CONTRACTS CONTAIN A OFF" CLAUSE WHICH FORCES THE EMPLOY- WITHHOLD MONEY FOR UNION DUES, FEES 5MENTS FROM THE EMPLOYEES PAY, GIVE THE MONEY TO THE UNION. OFTEN, IN- FEES ARE EXCESSIVE AND ARE SET BY THE TO WORK" OUTLAWS FORCED WITHHOLD- MONEY FROM EMPLOYEES PAY. "YES" FOR AMENDMENT NUMBER 23 WILL MISSOURI A "RIGHT TO WORK" STATE OUT- THIS FORCED UNION MEMBERSHIP AND PAYMENTS TO THE UNION. FIVE STATES MISSOURI ARE "RIGHT TO WORK" STATES. YOU SEE WHY UNION BOSSES STRONGLY AMENDMENT NUMBER 23, WHICH WILL UNLAWFUL FORCED UNION MEMBERSHIP AND IENTS. A FRIEND OF FREEDOM TO WORK Mrs. Erleen Burnett served as mistress of ceremonies for the all-school assembly. The featured events included pres- entation of a money-mobile by 0 the student body, a poem especially written in his honor, and a special cake baked by the cooks. Thurman WilletL superin- tendent of Lewis County C-I Schools, presented Gillespie with a red velvet lined cedar box which held a symbolic key to the school. This gift had been constructed :,y the industrial art teachers. Also present to share in the special honors devoted to Mr. Gillespie were his wife, two daughters-in-law, and two granddaughters. The student body closed the assembly by joining together and singing "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow." " C-1 delegates to ,  attend MSTA * meet Nov.l.3 0 0 Some 20,000 educators will be attending the ll6th annual State Convention of the Mis- souri Teachers Association to be held in the Roe Bartle Convention Center, Kansas City, Nov. 1-3, according to Dr. J. A. Kinder, MSTA Executive Secretary. The Assembly of Delegates, representing some 500 Com- munity Teachers Association, twelve district, eight standing committees and members of the MSTA Executive Commit- tee, will meet at the Center on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Dr. Ted Mittler, MSTA President, will preside over the Assembly. Lawrence J. Peter, author of "The Peter Principle," will give the address at the first general session. Some thirty departmental programs and workshops plus special seminars will be held on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2, at the Convention Center. The President's Reception will be held on Wednesday eve- ning, Nov. 1. Bel Kaufman, author of "Up the Down Staircase," will be the speaker at the second general session of the conven- tion. MSTA-The Professional Way is the 1978 convention theme. Approximately 300 % PREPARING FOR REOPENING -- Robert Capps, in foreground, and Jim Oliver were busy this week installing new fixtures in the former Western Auto building, where' Capps Variety Store will reopen, hopefully early in November. The new fixtures installation is well underway. arrived Friday, and exhibits will be on display at the Convention Center. Delegates from Lewis Co. C-1 are Stacy Taylor, Lewis- tow; John Wallace, Ewing; Carolyn Morgret, LaBelle; Rebecca Dye, Lewistown; and Monica Cunningham, Lewis- town. f-- , REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE . AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY YOU  MOire NEWS IN THE MEI{('IIANI)ISE READIED- Mildred Capps, left, and Ginny Oliver, unpack, sort, and price all new merchandise that has arrived foi" the reopening of the Capps Store at its new location, across the street from original building, which was gutted by fire on May 17. What Is A Homecoming t No Fun At All!! greek Iq )rder now for s[ homecoming corsages,, Flowers with Distiction ..... Flowers by Sheri CANTON 288-3680 CANTON -- LAGRANGE 655- 4143 LA GRANGE / / \\; k TH HELP US CELEBRATE OUR ON FRIDAY, NOV. 9 a.m. tO 3 p.m. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED Lewis Co. Continuously Since 1903" rs & Me.rchants Bank of LaGrange