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YOUTH SCENE IIII II III Press-News Journal, Canfnn, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, page SCHOOL NEWS I I ] Irl II LEWIS CO. C- 1 Ewing School The children and adults were very excited Thursday as everyone took part in the fun holiday. Even rain couldn't ruin the day. The spook walk was held in the gym where lots of visitors - parents, grandparents and friends horn the senior housing - watched all the goblins parade and shared treats with us. Winners this year included: Kinder- garten: scariest, Timothy Schmitz and Joshua Dodds; most original, Brent Abell and Jimmy Mathes; cutiest, Breckett White and Jessica Raleigh. First grade: scariest, Jason Vaughn and Angle Hayden; most original, Jeremy Geisendorfer and Ryan Stone; cutiest, Billie Hinkle and Dawyna Geisendorfer. Second grade: scariest, Sarah Shumate and Jason Dodds; most original, Kourtney Abell and Jeremy Rayl; cutiest, .Jackie Kendrick and Priscilla Green. Third grade: scariest, Michael Scott and Josh Stevens; most original, Sarah Hinkle and Jerran Geisendorfer; cutiest, Angela Standbridge and Bren- da Leerhoff. Fourth grade: scariest, Kenny Ferguson and Jason Guilfoyle; most original, Mandy Boltz and Sarah Meyer; cutiest: Michelle Bronestine and Melissa Schroder. Following the spook walk, treats were served and games were played in each classroom. Parties could never happen without the help of those great volunteers -- room mothers and fathers. FHA bake sales Highland FHA will have a hake sale in three communities Saturday, Nov. 9, from 8:30 to 12 noon as a fund raiser for the organization. Tami Ellison is the chairperson for the Ewing sale to be held at Highland Market; Kim Windoffer is chairperson for Monticello with the sale to be held at the Bank of Monticello; and Dodie Geisendorfer is chairperson for LaBelle with the sale place to be announced. " Plans will be finalized at the Nov. T chapter meeting atHighland from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Lewlstown School Halloween parties were held last hour October 31 at the Lewistown School. Homeroom mothers assisted with the parties, which included games and treats for students, teachers, and the principal. The 6-3 class had a special treat, a witches' bcew, complete with bubbling and steam. Other classes used makeup in creating Halloween char- acters. A special bulletin board is going to he located near Principal Mary Herst's office. This board will have pictures of IIII all the students that master multiplica- tion facts. The math students are multiplying two and three digit numbers. Highland Menu, week of Nov. II Monday, Nov. II - Chicken pattie, hash browns , corn, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Nov. 12 - Spaghetti, garlic bread, green beans, fruit, milk. Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Cheeseburgers, French fries, peas, fruit, milk. Thursday, Nov. 14 - Beef & noodles, mashed potatoes, cole slaw, fruit, milk. Friday, Nov. 15 Tenderloins, French fries, cottage cheese, fruit, milk. Lewis Co. C-I School Menu Week of November II Monday - Fish on bun, pork and beans, cole slaw, fruit, milk. Tuesday - Spaghetti, garlic bread, broccoli or corn, brownies, milk. Wednesday Beef noodles, peas, lettuce salad, fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday - Sausage patty, potatoes & gravy, green beans, fruit, bread, butter, milk.'. Friday - Each school will serve their own menu. CANTON R.V Parent-Teacher Conferences Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday evening, Nov. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m., and Friday, Nov. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Canton R-V School. Teachers will be available in their classrooms or the lunchroom for parents to visit and discuss the progress of their students. Appoint- ments are not necessary, but parents are encouraged to visit with the teachers. Grade cards will be available only at Parent-Teachers Conferences and may be picked up in the elementary or secondary offices. All fines, lunch charges, shop fees, etc., must be pa4d before the grade cards can be picked up. will not he hx :session on Friday to allow teachers to meet with the parents. 5th-6th Literature class Mrs. Willis' 5th and 6th grade literature,classes have spent the last two weeks learning lines, music and making props for two Halloween plays. The plays, one a musical, were performed for the morning Big K class. The afternoon class will get to see the video taped version this week. It will also be shown during Parent-Teachers Conferences this Thursday and Friday. Senior fruit sales The seniors of CHS will be selling grapefruit and o from Nov. 7-18. Grapefruit will ll for $11 per case, $6 per half cse; and oranges Wall used for billboard LaGrange GS attended area Sports Gala LaGrange Cadette and Girl Scout Troop No. 71 attended a sports Gala Event, sponsored by the Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council held recently in Hannibal. Girls participated in aerobics, a starter fitness course, swimming, nutrition diet training, and games. LaGrange girls and troop leaders attending were Tina Raleigh, Lisa Raleigh, Lisa Branham, Robyn Hultz, Tina Cooley, Carrie SoRer, Sherry Harrison, Angel Slater, and Leader, Jo Cooley. The Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council serves 16 counties in Northeast Missouri and is a participating United Way Agency. Make-up day for C-1 school pictures has been scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the following times and places: LaBelle School 8:30 a.m.; Lewistown School 9:30 a.m.; Ewing School, 10:45 a.m.; Highland High School, 12:00 noon; and LaGrange School, 2:00 p.m. will sell for $16 per case and $9 per half case. If anyone would like to purchase fruit and are not contacted they may call the school at 288-5216 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Menu for week of Nov. 11 Monday: sloppy joes, French fries, padding, cheese sticks. Tuesday: chicken patty on bun, green beans, sliced peaches, cake. Wednesday: chili dogs, buttered potatoes, jello with fruit, cookies, milk. Thursday: stew, cole slaw, hot rolls and butter, fresh fruit. Friday: chili or vegetable soup, grilled cheese, fresh fruit, carrot sticks. Murder mystery at CHS Fri.-Sat. The Canton High School Drama Club will he presenting "Murder On Center Stage" as their fall production this Friday and Saturday nights. The show is slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Canton High School "Little Gym." Drama Club members will he selling advance tickets at a discount price, or the public may purchase full price tickets at the door. The apparent murders of three individuals during the rehearsal of a college production of "Romeo and Juliet" is the basis of this intense murder mystery written by Jerry L. Twedt. The murderer uses a strobe light and electronic feedback to keep the imprisoned director and cast members at bay. Knives, a gun, dynamite, and fencing foils all come into play during the course of the night. The nine-member cast includes: Claudia Wilson, Joe Bridgeman, Beth Wiltshire, Shelly Lewis, Tricia Hardin, Wendy Wilson, Robbie Weyant, Eric Voss and Cathy Frey. The production is directed by Joseph P. Harmon. Christmas Club FDIC 1986 Open your Christmas Club/or 196 now and be assured of some extra holiday cash when you'll needit most. You make 49 weekly payments, we make t $0th for you! FREE Christmas Ornament When you open a Christmas Club, you will receive a beautiful new design antiqued glass ornament absolutely Free! Plus eligible for :bristmas Club Sweepstakes MANY VALUABLE PRIZES Farmers & Merchants Bank LaGRANGE 655-2297 The second floor windows of the Canton R-V small gym help school play this weekend, entitled "Murder on Center Stage". The CHS Drama Club hopes to see a large crowd attend this thriller, which will be held in conjunction with first quarter parent-Teacher and the Elementary year. Eric Voss, Claudia Wilson, Beth Wiltshire and Joe fencing in rehearsals for the Canton R-V School play "Murder which opens Friday eyeing and will also be presented Saturday Centel ,, Because our service commitment stands for more than a p/easant ring. At Centel we don't have to ring our bell. You know from experience the kind of service we deliver. The highest quality. And that begins with people who care and work as a team to be informed, courteous and efficient. So when you need repair work or have a question about your service, you can count on prompt support from Centel. You can also count on affordable phone service now and in the ! future Because together with the latest technology, our people can bring you faster, clearer telephone connections for the lowest cost possible. Honoring our commitment to excellent service isn't just an idea-It's a way of doing business every time you call. So ring our bell-we'll be ready. Pictured is Sherry Due, Clerk--Plant Service Center, Wt Plains, MO. J Making good on the promises of telecommunications.-..00,00'00 YOUTH SCENE IIII II III Press-News Journal, Canfnn, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, page SCHOOL NEWS I I ] Irl II LEWIS CO. C- 1 Ewing School The children and adults were very excited Thursday as everyone took part in the fun holiday. Even rain couldn't ruin the day. The spook walk was held in the gym where lots of visitors - parents, grandparents and friends horn the senior housing - watched all the goblins parade and shared treats with us. Winners this year included: Kinder- garten: scariest, Timothy Schmitz and Joshua Dodds; most original, Brent Abell and Jimmy Mathes; cutiest, Breckett White and Jessica Raleigh. First grade: scariest, Jason Vaughn and Angle Hayden; most original, Jeremy Geisendorfer and Ryan Stone; cutiest, Billie Hinkle and Dawyna Geisendorfer. Second grade: scariest, Sarah Shumate and Jason Dodds; most original, Kourtney Abell and Jeremy Rayl; cutiest, .Jackie Kendrick and Priscilla Green. Third grade: scariest, Michael Scott and Josh Stevens; most original, Sarah Hinkle and Jerran Geisendorfer; cutiest, Angela Standbridge and Bren- da Leerhoff. Fourth grade: scariest, Kenny Ferguson and Jason Guilfoyle; most original, Mandy Boltz and Sarah Meyer; cutiest: Michelle Bronestine and Melissa Schroder. Following the spook walk, treats were served and games were played in each classroom. Parties could never happen without the help of those great volunteers -- room mothers and fathers. FHA bake sales Highland FHA will have a hake sale in three communities Saturday, Nov. 9, from 8:30 to 12 noon as a fund raiser for the organization. Tami Ellison is the chairperson for the Ewing sale to be held at Highland Market; Kim Windoffer is chairperson for Monticello with the sale to be held at the Bank of Monticello; and Dodie Geisendorfer is chairperson for LaBelle with the sale place to be announced. " Plans will be finalized at the Nov. T chapter meeting atHighland from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Lewlstown School Halloween parties were held last hour October 31 at the Lewistown School. Homeroom mothers assisted with the parties, which included games and treats for students, teachers, and the principal. The 6-3 class had a special treat, a witches' bcew, complete with bubbling and steam. Other classes used makeup in creating Halloween char- acters. A special bulletin board is going to he located near Principal Mary Herst's office. This board will have pictures of IIII all the students that master multiplica- tion facts. The math students are multiplying two and three digit numbers. Highland Menu, week of Nov. II Monday, Nov. II - Chicken pattie, hash browns , corn, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Nov. 12 - Spaghetti, garlic bread, green beans, fruit, milk. Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Cheeseburgers, French fries, peas, fruit, milk. Thursday, Nov. 14 - Beef & noodles, mashed potatoes, cole slaw, fruit, milk. Friday, Nov. 15 Tenderloins, French fries, cottage cheese, fruit, milk. Lewis Co. C-I School Menu Week of November II Monday - Fish on bun, pork and beans, cole slaw, fruit, milk. Tuesday - Spaghetti, garlic bread, broccoli or corn, brownies, milk. Wednesday Beef noodles, peas, lettuce salad, fruit, bread, butter, milk. Thursday - Sausage patty, potatoes & gravy, green beans, fruit, bread, butter, milk.'. Friday - Each school will serve their own menu. CANTON R.V Parent-Teacher Conferences Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday evening, Nov. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m., and Friday, Nov. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Canton R-V School. Teachers will be available in their classrooms or the lunchroom for parents to visit and discuss the progress of their students. Appoint- ments are not necessary, but parents are encouraged to visit with the teachers. Grade cards will be available only at Parent-Teachers Conferences and may be picked up in the elementary or secondary offices. All fines, lunch charges, shop fees, etc., must be pa4d before the grade cards can be picked up. will not he hx :session on Friday to allow teachers to meet with the parents. 5th-6th Literature class Mrs. Willis' 5th and 6th grade literature,classes have spent the last two weeks learning lines, music and making props for two Halloween plays. The plays, one a musical, were performed for the morning Big K class. The afternoon class will get to see the video taped version this week. It will also be shown during Parent-Teachers Conferences this Thursday and Friday. Senior fruit sales The seniors of CHS will be selling grapefruit and o from Nov. 7-18. Grapefruit will ll for $11 per case, $6 per half cse; and oranges Wall used for billboard LaGrange GS attended area Sports Gala LaGrange Cadette and Girl Scout Troop No. 71 attended a sports Gala Event, sponsored by the Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council held recently in Hannibal. Girls participated in aerobics, a starter fitness course, swimming, nutrition diet training, and games. LaGrange girls and troop leaders attending were Tina Raleigh, Lisa Raleigh, Lisa Branham, Robyn Hultz, Tina Cooley, Carrie SoRer, Sherry Harrison, Angel Slater, and Leader, Jo Cooley. The Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout Council serves 16 counties in Northeast Missouri and is a participating United Way Agency. Make-up day for C-1 school pictures has been scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the following times and places: LaBelle School 8:30 a.m.; Lewistown School 9:30 a.m.; Ewing School, 10:45 a.m.; Highland High School, 12:00 noon; and LaGrange School, 2:00 p.m. will sell for $16 per case and $9 per half case. If anyone would like to purchase fruit and are not contacted they may call the school at 288-5216 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Menu for week of Nov. 11 Monday: sloppy joes, French fries, padding, cheese sticks. Tuesday: chicken patty on bun, green beans, sliced peaches, cake. Wednesday: chili dogs, buttered potatoes, jello with fruit, cookies, milk. Thursday: stew, cole slaw, hot rolls and butter, fresh fruit. Friday: chili or vegetable soup, grilled cheese, fresh fruit, carrot sticks. Murder mystery at CHS Fri.-Sat. The Canton High School Drama Club will he presenting "Murder On Center Stage" as their fall production this Friday and Saturday nights. The show is slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Canton High School "Little Gym." Drama Club members will he selling advance tickets at a discount price, or the public may purchase full price tickets at the door. The apparent murders of three individuals during the rehearsal of a college production of "Romeo and Juliet" is the basis of this intense murder mystery written by Jerry L. Twedt. The murderer uses a strobe light and electronic feedback to keep the imprisoned director and cast members at bay. Knives, a gun, dynamite, and fencing foils all come into play during the course of the night. The nine-member cast includes: Claudia Wilson, Joe Bridgeman, Beth Wiltshire, Shelly Lewis, Tricia Hardin, Wendy Wilson, Robbie Weyant, Eric Voss and Cathy Frey. The production is directed by Joseph P. Harmon. Christmas Club FDIC 1986 Open your Christmas Club/or 196 now and be assured of some extra holiday cash when you'll needit most. You make 49 weekly payments, we make t $0th for you! FREE Christmas Ornament When you open a Christmas Club, you will receive a beautiful new design antiqued glass ornament absolutely Free! Plus eligible for :bristmas Club Sweepstakes MANY VALUABLE PRIZES Farmers & Merchants Bank LaGRANGE 655-2297 The second floor windows of the Canton R-V small gym help school play this weekend, entitled "Murder on Center Stage". The CHS Drama Club hopes to see a large crowd attend this thriller, which will be held in conjunction with first quarter parent-Teacher and the Elementary year. Eric Voss, Claudia Wilson, Beth Wiltshire and Joe fencing in rehearsals for the Canton R-V School play "Murder which opens Friday eyeing and will also be presented Saturday Centel ,, Because our service commitment stands for more than a p/easant ring. At Centel we don't have to ring our bell. You know from experience the kind of service we deliver. The highest quality. And that begins with people who care and work as a team to be informed, courteous and efficient. So when you need repair work or have a question about your service, you can count on prompt support from Centel. You can also count on affordable phone service now and in the ! future Because together with the latest technology, our people can bring you faster, clearer telephone connections for the lowest cost possible. Honoring our commitment to excellent service isn't just an idea-It's a way of doing business every time you call. So ring our bell-we'll be ready. Pictured is Sherry Due, Clerk--Plant Service Center, Wt Plains, MO. J Making good on the promises of telecommunications.-..00,00'00