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YOUTH SCEI,,I E Press-News Journal, Canfon, AAo., Thursday, Ocfober 31, 1985, page SCHOOL 1 NEWS LaBelle School Monday was pizza party time for 1st, Combination 1st & 2nd, and 2nd grades at LaBelle. They first viewed the VCR tape of the PTO Columbus program they presented. Appreciation to ButCh videotaped the program.. great experience for the themselves performing on The VCR and 'IV were the school last spring by the Highland FBLA officers are Alice Feldkamp, president; Matt Heindselman, vice president; Ruth Evans, secretary; Carolyn Deters, treasurer; Kelley Heins, reporter-historian; Julie Parrish, parliamentarian. Highland FBLA installation The Highland FBLA chapter install- ed new officers and initiated new members Sept. 23. Twenty-five new members were initiated. Taylor Mattbews, state FBLA presi- dent, installed the new 1965-86 officers. The newly elected president is Alice Feldkamp; vice-president, Matt Heind- selman; secretary, Ruth Evans; treas- urer, Carolyn Deters; historian-report- er, Kelley Heins; and parliamentarian, Julie Parrish. The chapter is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Highland. Debbie Smith, the first advisor of Highland FBLA, was guest speaker. The Highland FBLA recently began its major fundraiser, selling treasure chests. Profits from this support annual FBLA activities. CHS Honor Society inducts Newly inducted National Honor Society members at Canton High School are: back row, left to right: Loren Gorrell, Alan Johnson, Aaron Petefish and Brent Jarvis. Front low, left to right, Denise Lillard, Beth Wiltshire, Britta Wright, Kelly Dunn and Shelly Stout. Canton Senior National Honor Society members are left to--right: Beth Uhlmeyer, Claudia Wilson, Linda Taylor, Betty Jo Uhlmeyer and Keri Kenney. ' Attend FHA regional meet The Region III F.H.A. meeting was held Monday, Oct. 21, at Westran High School at Huntsville. The F.H.A. Chapter from Palmyra presented the flag ceremony to open the meeting. Members attending had a choice of fifteen different workshops they could attend. Some of the topics of the workshops were hair and make-up, child abuse, cancer prevention, and F.H.A. Star events. Members attending from Highland F.H.A. Chapter were Gina Huehotter, president; Julie Parrish, vice presi- dent; Kim Windoffer, treasurer; Tami Ellison, historian-reporter; Sherry Miller, parliamentarian; Dndie Geisen- dorfer, recreational leader; Ann Barclay, advisor; and members, Rosemary Biles, Shelly Ellison, Leanne Garkie, Theresa O'Brien, Kim Roberts, Bonnie Hubble, Melissa Lowe, Chrystal Lay and Amy Windoffer. UMC emrollment down The University of Missouri-Columbia (UMC) registrar's office reports official fall 1965 enrollment at 22,889 students. The population represents 17,271 undergraduate students, 4,453 graduate students and 1,t65 enrolled in professional schools of law, medicine and veterinary medicine, said Dr. Gary Smith, registrar. While total enrollment was down 521 students, graduate student enrollment remained exactly the same at 4,453, and professional student enrollment was up slightly from 1,151 in the fall of 1984. The decline in enrollment, which has been occurring since 1961, was expected, said Dr. Duane Stucky, vice- chancellor for administrative affairs. CANTON R.V The elementary library at Canton R-V School will hold its annual book fair beginning Thursday, Nov. 7, and will continue through Nov. 13 in the old gym. Hours for the book fair are: Nov. 7, 5-8 p.m.; Nov. 8, 9 a.m. to I p.m.; Nov. II, II a.m. to 4 p.m.; Nov. 12, II a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Nov. 13, II a.m. to 4 p.m. This year's book fair is from Educational Reading Services (ERS). Information sheets will be sent home with the students Monday, Nov. 4. If anyone wants more information please call Margaret Gladbach at the school (288-5216). Activity calendars for sale The National Honor Society will be helping the PTA sell their activity calendars. Members of NHS will have tables set up at the Parent-Teacher Conferences, Nov. 7 and 8. They will also be selling the calendars at other school activities during the school year. Please support both organizations by buying a calendar. Menu for Week of Nov. 4 Monday: pizza, lettuce salad, apple, half cheese stick, milk. Tuesday: tacos, lettuce, cheese, fruit, peanut butter sandwich, milk. Wednesday: beef and noodles, buttered peas, fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: tuna salad on lettuce leaf, cottage cheese, sliced peaches, bread, butter, milk. Friday: no school LEWIS CO. C- 1 Ewing School News Activities abound at Ewing School. The Great American Book Fair was held from Oct. 25-31. Children and adults were able to purchase a wide variety of books, posters and other items. Many of the classrooms are reviewing and completing units of study in preparation for the end of first quarter. An illustration of a, cumula- ting event is the Pioneer-lndian Day that Mrs. Schmitz's 4A Class is planning. On this day students and others will be bringing to school items related to this period of history. Some class members are also hoping to come "dressed for the occasion." Just as each person today is a unique individual, our ancestors have also made special contributions to our culture. An important PTO meeting was held recently at the school. One order of business was a discussion and vote on whether or not to become affiliated with the National PTA. The vote was in support of this idea. Various announcements were also given at the meeting including the dates for a women's volleyball and men's basket- ball tournament. It will be held March 9-16 with Linda Rutledge as chairman. The evening's program centered around the theme "Soil: We Can't Grow Without It." Mrs. Hamlin and Mrs. Dannenhauer's Kindergarten classes had a science display and #presented an enjoyable play entitled "Fred's Forest." It was followed by an interesting slide show given by Ross Braun of the Lewis County Soil Conservation Service. For more information about Ewing PTA contact any of the following officers: president, Janis Van Meter; vice-president, Linda Shumate; secre- tary, Ola Gall Wilson; treasurer, Linda Pape. Attendance at PTA meetings is one way to show support of the children and the school. The next meeting is Nov. 18. All parents and other interested persons are invited to join. LaGrange School PTA soup supper is to be held Nov. 4. There will be a book fair held that night with proceeds going towards the 6th grade trip to Jefferson City and Hannibal. Everyone is encouraged to attend oth of these fundraisers. Sixth graders netted approximately $I00 in their sale held Oct. 19. The sale IIIIII I IIII N was a combination rummage and baked goods sale with profits to go toward the spring trip for the class. Sharon Duss, school nurse, has just completed updating immunization rec- ords of children in the school. Every child is now in compliance with the law. Parents should make sure their children are immunized properly before they start kindergarten. These immunizations should be started soon after birth and can be given by the family physician or the county health department. It is important that parents keep accurate records of the shots their child has been given. Highland music groups highlighted the week with assemblies Oct. 23 and 24. The 7th and 8th grade choirs sang on Wednesday and the high school groups entertained Thursday. Sixth graders have been working on map skills and studying a unit on the Statue of Liberty. Nancy Casper's first grade had a favorite toy day. They were allowed to  bring their favorite toy and share with the class about it. Mrs. Casper's students are pleased to have their teacher back after her hospital stay. Fifth and sixth grade students attended Quincy Senior High's produc- tion of "Carousel" Oct. 28. Classroom Halloween parties will be held in the afternoon of Oct. 31. Before the parties the goblins will march to the senior housing to show off their attire. m C-I Elementary menu week of Nov. 4 Monday: hot ham and cheese sand- wich, green beans, celery and carrot sticks, fruit, milk. Tuesday: spaghetti w-meat sauce, garlicbread, mixed vegetables, fruit and cookie, milk. Wednesday: chicken nuggets, cot- tage cheese, spinach or corn, fruit, cake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: cheeseburger on bun, French fries, buttered carrots, fruit, milk. Friday: each school will serve own choice. HILS menu for week ,of Nov. 4 Monday: chicken nuggets, French fries, corn, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, green Deans, fruit, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday: hotdog on bun, tator tots, pork and beans, fruit, milk. Thursday: stew, hot rolls, cottage cheese, pineapple, milk. Friday: pizza, lettuce, corn, fruit, milk. Can & Will Booster Club Public Notice Notice to public of no significant impact on the environment and notice to public of request for release of funds. City of LaGrange Date: 2nd and Washington October 31, 1965 LaGrange, Mo. 63448 3146.5,5-4301 To all interested agencies, groups and persons: On or about November 15, 1985, the above named City will request the State of Missouri to release Federal funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) for the following project: LaGrange Water Storage 'Facilities Project, Construction of a Standpipe Adjacent to Clay Street. Finding of no significant impact It has been determined that such request for release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and accordingly the above-named City has decided not to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environ- mental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190). The reasons for such decisions not to prepare such statements are as follows: The site for the standpipe has been previously developed and disturbed. No long term adverse effects will result from this project. An Environmental Review Board respecting the aforementioned project has been made by the above-named City which documents the environ- mental review of the project and explains more completely why such statement is not required. This Environmental Review is on file at the above address and is available for public examination and copying upon request at City Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. No further environmental review of the described project proposed to be conducted prior to the request for release of Federal funds. Public comments on findings All interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with this decision are invited to submit written com- ments for consideration by the City to the Mayor at City Hall. Such written commentssbeuld be received at City Hall on or before November 15, 1985. All such comments received will be considered and the City will not request the release of Federal funds or take any administrative action on the project prior to the date specified in the preceding sentence. Release of funds City of LaGrange will undertake to project describei above with Block Grant funds from the State of Missouri under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. City of LaGrange is certifying to the state that the City of LaGrange and Lloyd Gantt in his official capacity as Mayor, consent to accept the jurisdic- tion of the Federal courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to environmental reviews, decision making and action; and that these responsibilities have been satis- fied. The legal effect of the certifica- tion is that upon its approval the City of LaGrange may use the Block Grant funds and the state will have satisfied its responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. Objections to state release of funds The state will accept an objection to its approval only if it is based on one of the following topics: (a) that the certification was not in" fact executed by the certifying officer or other officer of applicant approved by the state; or (b) that applicant's environ- mental review record for the project indicates omission of a required decision finding or step applicable to the project in the environmental review process. Objections must be addressed to the Missouri Division of Commurfity and Economic Develop- ment, Box 118, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102. Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by the state. Objections must be submitted within 15 days following the receipt of the Request for Release of Funds by the State. Lloyd Gantt, Mayor City Hall, LaGrange, Mo. 63448 1st Pub. Oct. 31 It seeks members The Can & Will Booster Club of Canton R-V School will hold their annual membership drive from Nov. I thru Nov. 7. Grade school children will be selling the membership trying to win prizes. Family memberships will once again be $3. This year a Canton Tiger Booster button will be given with each membership. Additional buttons may be Purchased for $I each. The primary aim of the booster club is to provide supplementary funding for specified projects that fall outside the focus of the school's budget. In preous years the club has helped by purchasing band uniforms, tables and chairs, tape recorders, track and basketball uniforms, elementary music instruments, video camera, science films and many more items. This year the club has already agreed to help purchase cheerleading uniforms and donated $895for the new playground. veryone's support is needed to make the club a success. The PTA and Booster Club will sponsor a chili supper before the Canton-Palmyra Homecoming game on Dec. 6 and the proceeds will go to the playground fund. Active members are greatly needed. The November meeting will be on Monday, Nov. II, at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the big gym. _ IUII Jr . Public Notice Notice to public d no :_mpact on the to public of request for City of Canton 124 North 5th Canton, Mo. 63435 To all interested agencieS, persons: On or about November IS, above named City will State of Missotwi to funds under Title I of the I Community (PL 93-383) for the Canton Storm Sewer lowering Montgomery Construction of a concrete storm sewer south side of the street. Finding of no It has been request for release d constitute an action affecting the quality d environment and above-named City has prepare an Statement under the mental Policy Act of 1 The reasons for such prepare such The site for the Improvements has developed and disturbed, l adverse effects will project. An Environmental respecting the has been made by the City which documents mental review of the explains more corn statement is not Environmental Review above address and is public examination and request at City Hall betwe of 8 a.m. and4 No further the described project conducted prior to the release of Federal funds. Public comments on All interested persons disagreeing are invited to submit ments for consideration the Mayor at City Hall. comments should be Hall on or before All such comments considered and the request the release of take any administrative project prior to the date the preceeding sentence. Release of funds City of Canton will project described Grant funds from under Title I of the Community City of Canton is state that the City of Thirtyacre in his Mayor, consent to accept tion of the Federal courls is brought to enforce relation to decision making and these responsibilities fie& The legal dfect d tion is that upon its of Canton may use funds and the state its responsibilities under Environmental Objections to state The state will accept its approval only if it is of the following topicS: certification was not in by the certifying officer of 6pplicant state; or (b) that mental review record indicates omission of decision finding or step theproject in the review process. addressed to the Community and ment, Box 118, Jefferso 65102. Objections to the bases other than thoee will not be considered Objections must be days following the Request for Release State. Roy 1st Pub. Oct. 31 - - III  I ......... IIII Wolfmeyer, Agent 113 N. MH ST. CANTON, MO. 63435 phone: 288-5971 I III _ I WITH $100 DOWN AJPIROVlID CmDIT 10.9 APt LIMITED TIME ONLY 2 LEFT -- BANK FINANCING LEWIS COUMY MOTOR CO. 1985 RANGER bbd P00els 59, b. h of spire, some H & BULK FOOOg WEEKDAY 0 to 5",,10, SATUIUY 8 1o $ WILLIAMSTOWN, MO. 314-853-d516 5.75 Ira. * Hommade Noodbs-'l.55 lb. * Hommde PICKUP Son, urn - 2.5 b, '3.000 Hommde Butter Cason, Huff & SchJueter ,,, $1807 9 Barbara YOUTH SCEI,,I E Press-News Journal, Canfon, AAo., Thursday, Ocfober 31, 1985, page SCHOOL 1 NEWS LaBelle School Monday was pizza party time for 1st, Combination 1st & 2nd, and 2nd grades at LaBelle. They first viewed the VCR tape of the PTO Columbus program they presented. Appreciation to ButCh videotaped the program.. great experience for the themselves performing on The VCR and 'IV were the school last spring by the Highland FBLA officers are Alice Feldkamp, president; Matt Heindselman, vice president; Ruth Evans, secretary; Carolyn Deters, treasurer; Kelley Heins, reporter-historian; Julie Parrish, parliamentarian. Highland FBLA installation The Highland FBLA chapter install- ed new officers and initiated new members Sept. 23. Twenty-five new members were initiated. Taylor Mattbews, state FBLA presi- dent, installed the new 1965-86 officers. The newly elected president is Alice Feldkamp; vice-president, Matt Heind- selman; secretary, Ruth Evans; treas- urer, Carolyn Deters; historian-report- er, Kelley Heins; and parliamentarian, Julie Parrish. The chapter is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Highland. Debbie Smith, the first advisor of Highland FBLA, was guest speaker. The Highland FBLA recently began its major fundraiser, selling treasure chests. Profits from this support annual FBLA activities. CHS Honor Society inducts Newly inducted National Honor Society members at Canton High School are: back row, left to right: Loren Gorrell, Alan Johnson, Aaron Petefish and Brent Jarvis. Front low, left to right, Denise Lillard, Beth Wiltshire, Britta Wright, Kelly Dunn and Shelly Stout. Canton Senior National Honor Society members are left to--right: Beth Uhlmeyer, Claudia Wilson, Linda Taylor, Betty Jo Uhlmeyer and Keri Kenney. ' Attend FHA regional meet The Region III F.H.A. meeting was held Monday, Oct. 21, at Westran High School at Huntsville. The F.H.A. Chapter from Palmyra presented the flag ceremony to open the meeting. Members attending had a choice of fifteen different workshops they could attend. Some of the topics of the workshops were hair and make-up, child abuse, cancer prevention, and F.H.A. Star events. Members attending from Highland F.H.A. Chapter were Gina Huehotter, president; Julie Parrish, vice presi- dent; Kim Windoffer, treasurer; Tami Ellison, historian-reporter; Sherry Miller, parliamentarian; Dndie Geisen- dorfer, recreational leader; Ann Barclay, advisor; and members, Rosemary Biles, Shelly Ellison, Leanne Garkie, Theresa O'Brien, Kim Roberts, Bonnie Hubble, Melissa Lowe, Chrystal Lay and Amy Windoffer. UMC emrollment down The University of Missouri-Columbia (UMC) registrar's office reports official fall 1965 enrollment at 22,889 students. The population represents 17,271 undergraduate students, 4,453 graduate students and 1,t65 enrolled in professional schools of law, medicine and veterinary medicine, said Dr. Gary Smith, registrar. While total enrollment was down 521 students, graduate student enrollment remained exactly the same at 4,453, and professional student enrollment was up slightly from 1,151 in the fall of 1984. The decline in enrollment, which has been occurring since 1961, was expected, said Dr. Duane Stucky, vice- chancellor for administrative affairs. CANTON R.V The elementary library at Canton R-V School will hold its annual book fair beginning Thursday, Nov. 7, and will continue through Nov. 13 in the old gym. Hours for the book fair are: Nov. 7, 5-8 p.m.; Nov. 8, 9 a.m. to I p.m.; Nov. II, II a.m. to 4 p.m.; Nov. 12, II a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Nov. 13, II a.m. to 4 p.m. This year's book fair is from Educational Reading Services (ERS). Information sheets will be sent home with the students Monday, Nov. 4. If anyone wants more information please call Margaret Gladbach at the school (288-5216). Activity calendars for sale The National Honor Society will be helping the PTA sell their activity calendars. Members of NHS will have tables set up at the Parent-Teacher Conferences, Nov. 7 and 8. They will also be selling the calendars at other school activities during the school year. Please support both organizations by buying a calendar. Menu for Week of Nov. 4 Monday: pizza, lettuce salad, apple, half cheese stick, milk. Tuesday: tacos, lettuce, cheese, fruit, peanut butter sandwich, milk. Wednesday: beef and noodles, buttered peas, fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: tuna salad on lettuce leaf, cottage cheese, sliced peaches, bread, butter, milk. Friday: no school LEWIS CO. C- 1 Ewing School News Activities abound at Ewing School. The Great American Book Fair was held from Oct. 25-31. Children and adults were able to purchase a wide variety of books, posters and other items. Many of the classrooms are reviewing and completing units of study in preparation for the end of first quarter. An illustration of a, cumula- ting event is the Pioneer-lndian Day that Mrs. Schmitz's 4A Class is planning. On this day students and others will be bringing to school items related to this period of history. Some class members are also hoping to come "dressed for the occasion." Just as each person today is a unique individual, our ancestors have also made special contributions to our culture. An important PTO meeting was held recently at the school. One order of business was a discussion and vote on whether or not to become affiliated with the National PTA. The vote was in support of this idea. Various announcements were also given at the meeting including the dates for a women's volleyball and men's basket- ball tournament. It will be held March 9-16 with Linda Rutledge as chairman. The evening's program centered around the theme "Soil: We Can't Grow Without It." Mrs. Hamlin and Mrs. Dannenhauer's Kindergarten classes had a science display and #presented an enjoyable play entitled "Fred's Forest." It was followed by an interesting slide show given by Ross Braun of the Lewis County Soil Conservation Service. For more information about Ewing PTA contact any of the following officers: president, Janis Van Meter; vice-president, Linda Shumate; secre- tary, Ola Gall Wilson; treasurer, Linda Pape. Attendance at PTA meetings is one way to show support of the children and the school. The next meeting is Nov. 18. All parents and other interested persons are invited to join. LaGrange School PTA soup supper is to be held Nov. 4. There will be a book fair held that night with proceeds going towards the 6th grade trip to Jefferson City and Hannibal. Everyone is encouraged to attend oth of these fundraisers. Sixth graders netted approximately $I00 in their sale held Oct. 19. The sale IIIIII I IIII N was a combination rummage and baked goods sale with profits to go toward the spring trip for the class. Sharon Duss, school nurse, has just completed updating immunization rec- ords of children in the school. Every child is now in compliance with the law. Parents should make sure their children are immunized properly before they start kindergarten. These immunizations should be started soon after birth and can be given by the family physician or the county health department. It is important that parents keep accurate records of the shots their child has been given. Highland music groups highlighted the week with assemblies Oct. 23 and 24. The 7th and 8th grade choirs sang on Wednesday and the high school groups entertained Thursday. Sixth graders have been working on map skills and studying a unit on the Statue of Liberty. Nancy Casper's first grade had a favorite toy day. They were allowed to  bring their favorite toy and share with the class about it. Mrs. Casper's students are pleased to have their teacher back after her hospital stay. Fifth and sixth grade students attended Quincy Senior High's produc- tion of "Carousel" Oct. 28. Classroom Halloween parties will be held in the afternoon of Oct. 31. Before the parties the goblins will march to the senior housing to show off their attire. m C-I Elementary menu week of Nov. 4 Monday: hot ham and cheese sand- wich, green beans, celery and carrot sticks, fruit, milk. Tuesday: spaghetti w-meat sauce, garlicbread, mixed vegetables, fruit and cookie, milk. Wednesday: chicken nuggets, cot- tage cheese, spinach or corn, fruit, cake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: cheeseburger on bun, French fries, buttered carrots, fruit, milk. Friday: each school will serve own choice. HILS menu for week ,of Nov. 4 Monday: chicken nuggets, French fries, corn, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, green Deans, fruit, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday: hotdog on bun, tator tots, pork and beans, fruit, milk. Thursday: stew, hot rolls, cottage cheese, pineapple, milk. Friday: pizza, lettuce, corn, fruit, milk. Can & Will Booster Club Public Notice Notice to public of no significant impact on the environment and notice to public of request for release of funds. City of LaGrange Date: 2nd and Washington October 31, 1965 LaGrange, Mo. 63448 3146.5,5-4301 To all interested agencies, groups and persons: On or about November 15, 1985, the above named City will request the State of Missouri to release Federal funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) for the following project: LaGrange Water Storage 'Facilities Project, Construction of a Standpipe Adjacent to Clay Street. Finding of no significant impact It has been determined that such request for release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and accordingly the above-named City has decided not to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environ- mental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190). The reasons for such decisions not to prepare such statements are as follows: The site for the standpipe has been previously developed and disturbed. No long term adverse effects will result from this project. An Environmental Review Board respecting the aforementioned project has been made by the above-named City which documents the environ- mental review of the project and explains more completely why such statement is not required. This Environmental Review is on file at the above address and is available for public examination and copying upon request at City Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. No further environmental review of the described project proposed to be conducted prior to the request for release of Federal funds. Public comments on findings All interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with this decision are invited to submit written com- ments for consideration by the City to the Mayor at City Hall. Such written commentssbeuld be received at City Hall on or before November 15, 1985. All such comments received will be considered and the City will not request the release of Federal funds or take any administrative action on the project prior to the date specified in the preceding sentence. Release of funds City of LaGrange will undertake to project describei above with Block Grant funds from the State of Missouri under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. City of LaGrange is certifying to the state that the City of LaGrange and Lloyd Gantt in his official capacity as Mayor, consent to accept the jurisdic- tion of the Federal courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to environmental reviews, decision making and action; and that these responsibilities have been satis- fied. The legal effect of the certifica- tion is that upon its approval the City of LaGrange may use the Block Grant funds and the state will have satisfied its responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. Objections to state release of funds The state will accept an objection to its approval only if it is based on one of the following topics: (a) that the certification was not in" fact executed by the certifying officer or other officer of applicant approved by the state; or (b) that applicant's environ- mental review record for the project indicates omission of a required decision finding or step applicable to the project in the environmental review process. Objections must be addressed to the Missouri Division of Commurfity and Economic Develop- ment, Box 118, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102. Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by the state. Objections must be submitted within 15 days following the receipt of the Request for Release of Funds by the State. Lloyd Gantt, Mayor City Hall, LaGrange, Mo. 63448 1st Pub. Oct. 31 It seeks members The Can & Will Booster Club of Canton R-V School will hold their annual membership drive from Nov. I thru Nov. 7. Grade school children will be selling the membership trying to win prizes. Family memberships will once again be $3. This year a Canton Tiger Booster button will be given with each membership. Additional buttons may be Purchased for $I each. The primary aim of the booster club is to provide supplementary funding for specified projects that fall outside the focus of the school's budget. In preous years the club has helped by purchasing band uniforms, tables and chairs, tape recorders, track and basketball uniforms, elementary music instruments, video camera, science films and many more items. This year the club has already agreed to help purchase cheerleading uniforms and donated $895for the new playground. veryone's support is needed to make the club a success. The PTA and Booster Club will sponsor a chili supper before the Canton-Palmyra Homecoming game on Dec. 6 and the proceeds will go to the playground fund. Active members are greatly needed. The November meeting will be on Monday, Nov. II, at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the big gym. _ IUII Jr . Public Notice Notice to public d no :_mpact on the to public of request for City of Canton 124 North 5th Canton, Mo. 63435 To all interested agencieS, persons: On or about November IS, above named City will State of Missotwi to funds under Title I of the I Community (PL 93-383) for the Canton Storm Sewer lowering Montgomery Construction of a concrete storm sewer south side of the street. Finding of no It has been request for release d constitute an action affecting the quality d environment and above-named City has prepare an Statement under the mental Policy Act of 1 The reasons for such prepare such The site for the Improvements has developed and disturbed, l adverse effects will project. An Environmental respecting the has been made by the City which documents mental review of the explains more corn statement is not Environmental Review above address and is public examination and request at City Hall betwe of 8 a.m. and4 No further the described project conducted prior to the release of Federal funds. Public comments on All interested persons disagreeing are invited to submit ments for consideration the Mayor at City Hall. comments should be Hall on or before All such comments considered and the request the release of take any administrative project prior to the date the preceeding sentence. Release of funds City of Canton will project described Grant funds from under Title I of the Community City of Canton is state that the City of Thirtyacre in his Mayor, consent to accept tion of the Federal courls is brought to enforce relation to decision making and these responsibilities fie& The legal dfect d tion is that upon its of Canton may use funds and the state its responsibilities under Environmental Objections to state The state will accept its approval only if it is of the following topicS: certification was not in by the certifying officer of 6pplicant state; or (b) that mental review record indicates omission of decision finding or step theproject in the review process. addressed to the Community and ment, Box 118, Jefferso 65102. Objections to the bases other than thoee will not be considered Objections must be days following the Request for Release State. Roy 1st Pub. Oct. 31 - - III  I ......... IIII Wolfmeyer, Agent 113 N. MH ST. CANTON, MO. 63435 phone: 288-5971 I III _ I WITH $100 DOWN AJPIROVlID CmDIT 10.9 APt LIMITED TIME ONLY 2 LEFT -- BANK FINANCING LEWIS COUMY MOTOR CO. 1985 RANGER bbd P00els 59, b. h of spire, some H & BULK FOOOg WEEKDAY 0 to 5",,10, SATUIUY 8 1o $ WILLIAMSTOWN, MO. 314-853-d516 5.75 Ira. * Hommade Noodbs-'l.55 lb. * Hommde PICKUP Son, urn - 2.5 b, '3.000 Hommde Butter Cason, Huff & SchJueter ,,, $1807 9 Barbara