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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, June 27, Scenes of Durham 'Kid's Day' GilI 13-18 mouths winaerl were 1st Holly Diekersoa, daughter e Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickenma;tled for 2ad, 8amatha Gmuey, daughter d Mr..and Mrs. Brad Gosaey, and Amads Cramer, daughter & Cindy Cliclmer. m, Feet Races 8-12 winners were 1st Lance Sherwood, 2nd Jennifer Routt, aml 3rd Amy Betz. 0-6 mmths whtaen were 1st Sara Carter with grandmother,Mrs. Janlce Carter (parent, Randy Carter) and Znd Lisa Schultz -with Itmlmother, Mrs. Betty Geings (parents, Mr. and M. Rusty Schuitz) 19-I mue winners were 1st Brasd Miller with mother, Tammy Miller (parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Miller);,nd Andrew Bauer with methei', Patty Bauer (parents, Mr. and Mrs, Dave Bauer). Ile Races 8 and uttder winners were 1st 8tevea Puls,  Brandy , Inl Ryan Dlckersen. Durham miss Cindy Clickner Scott 40th wedding event to be Sunday The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Scott will be June 30 at the Durham Baptist Church from 2 to 4. This oo had been postponed earlier. Kevin Catron of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Catron and family for the wedding of his sister, Brenda Catron. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cdfman and daughters of Columbia, Mo., spent the weekend with Mrs. Shirley Rathbun. Games, prizes highlighted Durham event The Durham Community Center held its annual "Kid's Day" fish fry and carnival Saturday afternoon, June 22 for kids of all ages with games, contests and prizes. It started off with a baby contest, which any babies from the age of birth to 24 months could participate. Winners in the baby girl's division were: 0-6 months, Sara Carter, daughter of Randy Carter; Lisa Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Schultz. 7-12 months: Heather Marie Hickman, daughter of Denise Hickman. 13-18 months: Holly Noel Dickerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickerson;Samantha Gosney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Gosmey; Amada Cramer, daughter of Cindy Clickner. Winners in the boy's division were: 0-6 months; Jaop Reichert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reichert ;7-12 months: Christopher Eichor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eichor;John Puls, son of Mr-. and Mrs. Ronnie Puls. 19-24 months: Brandon Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Miller;Andrew Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bauer. e Gsae, da,hter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Gosney received the award for the most contented baby and Elizabeth Dickerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickerson, received the award for being the youngest baby. Judges for the baby contest were Mrs. Marie Smith of Quincy and Mrs. Crystal Anderson of Tucson, Ariz. Following the baby contest Amy Johnson was the overall winner in the decorated tricycle and bicycle parade. The tricycle and bicycle races followed with the following winners: Tricycle races - ages 4 and under - 1st place, Amy Johnson; 2nd, Travis Mathes;3rd, Marcy Puls. In the 3 wheel races - 8 and under - 1st, Paul Betz; 2rid, Glenn Rubs. 8 and under - Ist, Steven Puls; 2rid, Brandy Gelser-; 3rd, Ryan Dickerson. 0 to 12 years old - 1st, Shannon Nickelson; d, Jennifer Routt; 3rd, Nathan Dickerson. 12 years old and over - 1st, David Suter; 2rid. Ben Wikowsky; 3rd Scott Jones. Foot races: ages 4 and under - Ist, Bessie Routt; 2nd, Marcy Puls; 3rd, Courtrtey Whitaker. Ages 5-7 - 1st, Br'-,udy Geiser;Znd, Amy Puls;3rd, Melissa Schroeder. Ages 8-12 - 1st, Lance Sherwood; 2d, Jennifer Routt; 3rd, Amy Betz. Ages 12 and over - Ist, Pat Jones; 2rid, Virgil Hadfield; 3rd, Ben Wikowsky. Those blowing the biggest bubbles in the bubble gum contest were: 1st, Bessie Routt and 2rid Brandou Bartz in the 4 and under age group;ages H - 1st, Diane Griffin; 2nd Melissa Schroder. Ages 10-13 - 1st, Lance Sherwood; nd, Amy Batz. Ages 14 and over - 1st, Patty Bauer; nd DaYs Sutter. This was followed by a candy scramble where candy was tossed from the top of the sliding beard. Judges for the afternoon events were Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Deb Barkley and Miss Amy Brown. They were here to attend the wedding of Rocky Deckert and Brenda Catron. Amy Johnson spent Saturday night with Tesha Johnston of Maywood. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sykes of Carthage, Ill., were noon luncheon guests of Mrs. Catherine Spratt Monday. Jerid Buffer of Kirksville, spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cribb, to attend Bible School. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smyser and Goldie Abell attended a gospel musical at Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal Sunday. Erica Pogue spent the week with her grandparents, Bro. and Mrs. Charles Wood and family, to attend Bible School at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Catherine Spratt and Mrs. Gerald Sykes were Quincy visitors Tuesday. Misty and Robbie Cunningham spent the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Goldie Abell, to attend Bible School. Correction: the name of Mrs. Rollie Garkie in a news item last week should have read Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Moore. Sharpsburg Lucille Minear _o Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarred vmited Mrs. Byers' mother, Mrs. Margaret Kimberly, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Eva Hatfield of Knox City was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Michel, Andy, Lyle and Amy. . Mr. and Mrs. Art Stutsman and family of Dallas, Texas, have been visiting relatives and friends here. They were Saturday dinner guests f his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family were Saturday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sharpo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daask attended a barbecue Saturday evening for the ! Foot Races 4 and under winners were Ist Bessie Roa hl Marcy Pub, tied 3rd Courtney Whltaker and Amy Jelmsen. 3 Wheeler 8 and under winners were lt Paul Betz,  Glenn Rabe 00ii!i ........ ii;i Girls 7-12 ,months winner was Heather Hickman with aunt, Tummy Hickman (parent, Denise Hickman). employees of Bank at the Knox City. Jarred tion Bible Christian 14. Pete visited at the Floyd Sharpe morning. Mrs. David Friday Michel James Hadley Mo., recently Mrs. Bob visit her mother, | and also calls Anderson and Manor. Mrs. W. C. Croy of Knox meeting of the afternoon at the Tucker of Mr. and Mrs. Andrea of visitors in the Delbert Steve Scoggin dinner guests Mrs. Bruce Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Tayl employment at Nursing Home Be of tax With the 1985 midway point, l promoters are to make legislation potential risk for tax shelters. Abusive tax schemes that little or no making use of inflated connection Investors in a new 10 substantial tax. Also, negligence or addiUon to this The IRS advis adverse tax substantial intere hat benefits are should consider ments legal and :neck Your Doo't Miss Boys  mouths winner was Jaeop Reichert with mother Mary Reichert (parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reichert). - ENTER Bubble Gum Contest 4 a mler. Tricycle Race Mashes, 3rd Marcy puls. GET IN tk'WlS Dual Riders $50 Bonus to winner car. $50 Bonus to I00 Bonus town, Me. or Men. -i. o entry fee SHRINE OF ST. PATRICK, St. MASS - 10:30 A. M. HAM 8' CHICKEM DINMER 11:30 u.m. - ADUt q  &ll 'l * M/TON MOORE'S FREE PONY , CRAFT TABIB k GAMES N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, June 27, Scenes of Durham 'Kid's Day' GilI 13-18 mouths winaerl were 1st Holly Diekersoa, daughter e Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickenma;tled for 2ad, 8amatha Gmuey, daughter d Mr..and Mrs. Brad Gosaey, and Amads Cramer, daughter & Cindy Cliclmer. m, Feet Races 8-12 winners were 1st Lance Sherwood, 2nd Jennifer Routt, aml 3rd Amy Betz. 0-6 mmths whtaen were 1st Sara Carter with grandmother,Mrs. Janlce Carter (parent, Randy Carter) and Znd Lisa Schultz -with Itmlmother, Mrs. Betty Geings (parents, Mr. and M. Rusty Schuitz) 19-I mue winners were 1st Brasd Miller with mother, Tammy Miller (parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Miller);,nd Andrew Bauer with methei', Patty Bauer (parents, Mr. and Mrs, Dave Bauer). Ile Races 8 and uttder winners were 1st 8tevea Puls,  Brandy , Inl Ryan Dlckersen. Durham miss Cindy Clickner Scott 40th wedding event to be Sunday The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Scott will be June 30 at the Durham Baptist Church from 2 to 4. This oo had been postponed earlier. Kevin Catron of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Catron and family for the wedding of his sister, Brenda Catron. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cdfman and daughters of Columbia, Mo., spent the weekend with Mrs. Shirley Rathbun. Games, prizes highlighted Durham event The Durham Community Center held its annual "Kid's Day" fish fry and carnival Saturday afternoon, June 22 for kids of all ages with games, contests and prizes. It started off with a baby contest, which any babies from the age of birth to 24 months could participate. Winners in the baby girl's division were: 0-6 months, Sara Carter, daughter of Randy Carter; Lisa Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Schultz. 7-12 months: Heather Marie Hickman, daughter of Denise Hickman. 13-18 months: Holly Noel Dickerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickerson;Samantha Gosney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Gosmey; Amada Cramer, daughter of Cindy Clickner. Winners in the boy's division were: 0-6 months; Jaop Reichert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reichert ;7-12 months: Christopher Eichor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eichor;John Puls, son of Mr-. and Mrs. Ronnie Puls. 19-24 months: Brandon Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Miller;Andrew Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bauer. e Gsae, da,hter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Gosney received the award for the most contented baby and Elizabeth Dickerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickerson, received the award for being the youngest baby. Judges for the baby contest were Mrs. Marie Smith of Quincy and Mrs. Crystal Anderson of Tucson, Ariz. Following the baby contest Amy Johnson was the overall winner in the decorated tricycle and bicycle parade. The tricycle and bicycle races followed with the following winners: Tricycle races - ages 4 and under - 1st place, Amy Johnson; 2nd, Travis Mathes;3rd, Marcy Puls. In the 3 wheel races - 8 and under - 1st, Paul Betz; 2rid, Glenn Rubs. 8 and under - Ist, Steven Puls; 2rid, Brandy Gelser-; 3rd, Ryan Dickerson. 0 to 12 years old - 1st, Shannon Nickelson; d, Jennifer Routt; 3rd, Nathan Dickerson. 12 years old and over - 1st, David Suter; 2rid. Ben Wikowsky; 3rd Scott Jones. Foot races: ages 4 and under - Ist, Bessie Routt; 2nd, Marcy Puls; 3rd, Courtrtey Whitaker. Ages 5-7 - 1st, Br'-,udy Geiser;Znd, Amy Puls;3rd, Melissa Schroeder. Ages 8-12 - 1st, Lance Sherwood; 2d, Jennifer Routt; 3rd, Amy Betz. Ages 12 and over - Ist, Pat Jones; 2rid, Virgil Hadfield; 3rd, Ben Wikowsky. Those blowing the biggest bubbles in the bubble gum contest were: 1st, Bessie Routt and 2rid Brandou Bartz in the 4 and under age group;ages H - 1st, Diane Griffin; 2nd Melissa Schroder. Ages 10-13 - 1st, Lance Sherwood; nd, Amy Batz. Ages 14 and over - 1st, Patty Bauer; nd DaYs Sutter. This was followed by a candy scramble where candy was tossed from the top of the sliding beard. Judges for the afternoon events were Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Deb Barkley and Miss Amy Brown. They were here to attend the wedding of Rocky Deckert and Brenda Catron. Amy Johnson spent Saturday night with Tesha Johnston of Maywood. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sykes of Carthage, Ill., were noon luncheon guests of Mrs. Catherine Spratt Monday. Jerid Buffer of Kirksville, spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cribb, to attend Bible School. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smyser and Goldie Abell attended a gospel musical at Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal Sunday. Erica Pogue spent the week with her grandparents, Bro. and Mrs. Charles Wood and family, to attend Bible School at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Catherine Spratt and Mrs. Gerald Sykes were Quincy visitors Tuesday. Misty and Robbie Cunningham spent the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Goldie Abell, to attend Bible School. Correction: the name of Mrs. Rollie Garkie in a news item last week should have read Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Moore. Sharpsburg Lucille Minear _o Mrs. Earl Byers and Jarred vmited Mrs. Byers' mother, Mrs. Margaret Kimberly, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Eva Hatfield of Knox City was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Michel, Andy, Lyle and Amy. . Mr. and Mrs. Art Stutsman and family of Dallas, Texas, have been visiting relatives and friends here. They were Saturday dinner guests f his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and family were Saturday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sharpo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daask attended a barbecue Saturday evening for the ! Foot Races 4 and under winners were Ist Bessie Roa hl Marcy Pub, tied 3rd Courtney Whltaker and Amy Jelmsen. 3 Wheeler 8 and under winners were lt Paul Betz,  Glenn Rabe 00ii!i ........ ii;i Girls 7-12 ,months winner was Heather Hickman with aunt, Tummy Hickman (parent, Denise Hickman). employees of Bank at the Knox City. Jarred tion Bible Christian 14. Pete visited at the Floyd Sharpe morning. Mrs. David Friday Michel James Hadley Mo., recently Mrs. Bob visit her mother, | and also calls Anderson and Manor. Mrs. W. C. Croy of Knox meeting of the afternoon at the Tucker of Mr. and Mrs. Andrea of visitors in the Delbert Steve Scoggin dinner guests Mrs. Bruce Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Tayl employment at Nursing Home Be of tax With the 1985 midway point, l promoters are to make legislation potential risk for tax shelters. Abusive tax schemes that little or no making use of inflated connection Investors in a new 10 substantial tax. Also, negligence or addiUon to this The IRS advis adverse tax substantial intere hat benefits are should consider ments legal and :neck Your Doo't Miss Boys  mouths winner was Jaeop Reichert with mother Mary Reichert (parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reichert). - ENTER Bubble Gum Contest 4 a mler. Tricycle Race Mashes, 3rd Marcy puls. GET IN tk'WlS Dual Riders $50 Bonus to winner car. $50 Bonus to I00 Bonus town, Me. or Men. -i. o entry fee SHRINE OF ST. PATRICK, St. MASS - 10:30 A. M. HAM 8' CHICKEM DINMER 11:30 u.m. - ADUt q  &ll 'l * M/TON MOORE'S FREE PONY , CRAFT TABIB k GAMES