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ORTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page 1C Annual Mexico four-mile run set for September 21 1985 Can-oka team Members of the Can-oka Swim Team had a five win-one loss record with a meet scheduled July 23 with Quincy YMCA. They'll have two preliminary meets Aug. 7-8 at Sheridan Swim Club in Quincy aad the league championship Aug. 10 at Sheridan. Last year was the first time in four years Can-oka didn't get the championship, and they intend to try and recapture it this year. The Mexico Association of Life Underwriters, Bentlinger's Jewelry, AMC Charitable Foundation, Inc., Reliacare, Budweiser Light, and the First National Bank of Mexico will again sponsor the annual 4-mile Soybean Run o13 SepL 21, at 8:30 a.m. at Lakeview Park in Mexico. There will be a fee of IS for early entry and  on the day of the race. All entry fees are tax deductible, and checks should be made payable to Mexico Ass'n of Life Underwriters. Trophies and medals will be awarded to the first five places in most age groups. T-shirts will be presented to all who enter the race, and a drawing for attendance prizes will be held after the race. Refreshments will be provided by Mexico Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Wetterau Foods. All proceeds from this event will be presented to the Audrain Medical Center Community Cancer Control Program. Entry forms can be obtained at the Western-Southern Insurance Office at 718 East Liberty, phone 314-581-4041: The Prudential Insurance Office at 522 Nathan Smith, Devon Patchin, Chad Hudson trio on all-star team took the Three Lewis Countians, playing on in Quincy by the Ewing Knights baseball team were aeksonville and advance to the chosen to the Quincy Pony League this weekead  - All-Star team. of the Pekin Selected from Ewing's entry in the to play in Quincy league were Nathan Smith, Devon Pal:chin. and Chad Hudson. Fair thrill show employee braves planned "run over" by fellow employee in I -- I truck. I II II f Turpin hosts girls cage camp River Valley Country Club Ladies Day, held July 16, was hosted by Jane !1 .all nationally in term "- Ceach Gary Headrlcks el Nauvoo-Colusa High School Dodson and Jan Off.  1 insurance placed in force sheeting tips to freshman Susan Swadley of Macon High Prizes were given for the best poker with $38.3 billion* at Kathy Tarpin's WUdcat Basketball Camp being hand. Sally McChristy was the wirmer I College this week. with most sixes and Kim Gaither won .iLl_ ,, with the most sevens. I nationally in gain in force blu,,-ass.., m lmmm mm mmm ,, -- with S, l,ion" Rl 's AUTO B0 Ii Who won the championship? gust . Not Prudential. k Not New York Life. ;i ' " SOUTH  ST. (BEHIND K'S IGA) 1  Not Northwestern Mutual. ,if a mobile unit  "1 . "1 :t  EXPERT COtUSJOH REPAIR * FIBERGLASS REPAIRs-. -.. A.L. Williams and X3th Kahoka !1  . , ",.'f',  OVeRAU. ='rARTIA{ RE,INISmNO. Sr REPAIR---. J M/L/CO. W l be'S withavailable.the il I" " AND See OWN,R  lCtellller - i A lot ofcompanies talk a also feature .!! , '  good game. At A.L. Williams, stamps and  :  we doit, thentalk.  .-- STOP BY AND CHECK OUR  "---o- ugh Sunday, .. T ,,,,:',';!" schedule of - .o,k- RIVER HERITAGE DAYS .'--- the festival SPECIALS ":' __ " Music,  .............  .............. '.'- .............  ...... Ole Opry, , ........................................... . t on contact, AUTOMOTIVE 28&4419 mCT MA.,o. .ER -,m. .,, .c I SALES MANAGER . IL JOE-H . 65412 Mo. 4TH & CUUIK - CANTON L_REIINTATIVE$ - !1OI SWEAM,,NN. 5&416S; JOHN SOLTER: 65__7 Basketball fever is running hot this "Last year we saw so much hard work and the staff's help, it will week as Kathy Turpin holds her improvement from Sunday to Friday. be possible to note the girls' second week of Wildcat Basketball This year, with the talent already improvements," Turpin said. Camp at Culver-Stockton College. developed, it is harder to see that This is the second year Coach Turpin change. I've never been-to a camp has held the camp. More than 140 high school campers with so much talent, but, with a lot of from area and other schools are participating in the week-long camp. Instructing the girls in the camp are 22 staff members from area high schools and also C-SC basketball coaches and players. Coach Tom Burniski of Highland High School said he believes the competition level is excellent with some very outstanding players. "I've been coming to basketball After eight short years, the team that began this league in camp at Culver-Stockton since sixth last place finds itself at the top of the largest industry in the grade and believe it is a great world. program. There is enough staff here to explain and help, and they cover In 1984, A.L. Williams and the insurance company it everything about basketball," said Kim Corbin from Highland High represents, Massachusetts Indemnity and Life Insurance School. Company (MILICO), became: 1 nationally in individual Hfe Ladies golf July 16 insurance p in force with $38.3 billion* S. Jefferson Street, phone 314581-0515; Brentlinger's Jewelry; or from any member of the Mexico Association e/ Life Underwriters. You Get More NEWS in the PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL Celebrutioni LOOK AT THESE Be Sure to Register for Door Prizes $13.89 play our Big 1985 Escort 2 Dr. $6650 AIR CONDrrlom] CHECK Includes: cleaning ondens fins, adiustment to drive belts, tightening of firings, iystem check for leeks and rechorge.., up to four cons of rerigeront., FINANCING WITH APPROVED CREDIT PICKUPS FIS0 F250 4)(2 4X4 PRICE DROPS 20 e PER 30 MIN. DURING OPENING HOURS TILt NOON SAT. 177 FORD FIS01 -'"' '!950 _ mvv lEWIS COUNTY MOTOR COMPANY ORTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Page 1C Annual Mexico four-mile run set for September 21 1985 Can-oka team Members of the Can-oka Swim Team had a five win-one loss record with a meet scheduled July 23 with Quincy YMCA. They'll have two preliminary meets Aug. 7-8 at Sheridan Swim Club in Quincy aad the league championship Aug. 10 at Sheridan. Last year was the first time in four years Can-oka didn't get the championship, and they intend to try and recapture it this year. The Mexico Association of Life Underwriters, Bentlinger's Jewelry, AMC Charitable Foundation, Inc., Reliacare, Budweiser Light, and the First National Bank of Mexico will again sponsor the annual 4-mile Soybean Run o13 SepL 21, at 8:30 a.m. at Lakeview Park in Mexico. There will be a fee of IS for early entry and  on the day of the race. All entry fees are tax deductible, and checks should be made payable to Mexico Ass'n of Life Underwriters. Trophies and medals will be awarded to the first five places in most age groups. T-shirts will be presented to all who enter the race, and a drawing for attendance prizes will be held after the race. Refreshments will be provided by Mexico Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Wetterau Foods. All proceeds from this event will be presented to the Audrain Medical Center Community Cancer Control Program. Entry forms can be obtained at the Western-Southern Insurance Office at 718 East Liberty, phone 314-581-4041: The Prudential Insurance Office at 522 Nathan Smith, Devon Patchin, Chad Hudson trio on all-star team took the Three Lewis Countians, playing on in Quincy by the Ewing Knights baseball team were aeksonville and advance to the chosen to the Quincy Pony League this weekead  - All-Star team. of the Pekin Selected from Ewing's entry in the to play in Quincy league were Nathan Smith, Devon Pal:chin. and Chad Hudson. Fair thrill show employee braves planned "run over" by fellow employee in I -- I truck. I II II f Turpin hosts girls cage camp River Valley Country Club Ladies Day, held July 16, was hosted by Jane !1 .all nationally in term "- Ceach Gary Headrlcks el Nauvoo-Colusa High School Dodson and Jan Off.  1 insurance placed in force sheeting tips to freshman Susan Swadley of Macon High Prizes were given for the best poker with $38.3 billion* at Kathy Tarpin's WUdcat Basketball Camp being hand. Sally McChristy was the wirmer I College this week. with most sixes and Kim Gaither won .iLl_ ,, with the most sevens. I nationally in gain in force blu,,-ass.., m lmmm mm mmm ,, -- with S, l,ion" Rl 's AUTO B0 Ii Who won the championship? gust . Not Prudential. k Not New York Life. ;i ' " SOUTH  ST. (BEHIND K'S IGA) 1  Not Northwestern Mutual. ,if a mobile unit  "1 . "1 :t  EXPERT COtUSJOH REPAIR * FIBERGLASS REPAIRs-. -.. A.L. Williams and X3th Kahoka !1  . , ",.'f',  OVeRAU. ='rARTIA{ RE,INISmNO. Sr REPAIR---. J M/L/CO. W l be'S withavailable.the il I" " AND See OWN,R  lCtellller - i A lot ofcompanies talk a also feature .!! , '  good game. At A.L. Williams, stamps and  :  we doit, thentalk.  .-- STOP BY AND CHECK OUR  "---o- ugh Sunday, .. T ,,,,:',';!" schedule of - .o,k- RIVER HERITAGE DAYS .'--- the festival SPECIALS ":' __ " Music,  .............  .............. '.'- .............  ...... Ole Opry, , ........................................... . t on contact, AUTOMOTIVE 28&4419 mCT MA.,o. .ER -,m. .,, .c I SALES MANAGER . IL JOE-H . 65412 Mo. 4TH & CUUIK - CANTON L_REIINTATIVE$ - !1OI SWEAM,,NN. 5&416S; JOHN SOLTER: 65__7 Basketball fever is running hot this "Last year we saw so much hard work and the staff's help, it will week as Kathy Turpin holds her improvement from Sunday to Friday. be possible to note the girls' second week of Wildcat Basketball This year, with the talent already improvements," Turpin said. Camp at Culver-Stockton College. developed, it is harder to see that This is the second year Coach Turpin change. I've never been-to a camp has held the camp. More than 140 high school campers with so much talent, but, with a lot of from area and other schools are participating in the week-long camp. Instructing the girls in the camp are 22 staff members from area high schools and also C-SC basketball coaches and players. Coach Tom Burniski of Highland High School said he believes the competition level is excellent with some very outstanding players. "I've been coming to basketball After eight short years, the team that began this league in camp at Culver-Stockton since sixth last place finds itself at the top of the largest industry in the grade and believe it is a great world. program. There is enough staff here to explain and help, and they cover In 1984, A.L. Williams and the insurance company it everything about basketball," said Kim Corbin from Highland High represents, Massachusetts Indemnity and Life Insurance School. Company (MILICO), became: 1 nationally in individual Hfe Ladies golf July 16 insurance p in force with $38.3 billion* S. Jefferson Street, phone 314581-0515; Brentlinger's Jewelry; or from any member of the Mexico Association e/ Life Underwriters. You Get More NEWS in the PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL Celebrutioni LOOK AT THESE Be Sure to Register for Door Prizes $13.89 play our Big 1985 Escort 2 Dr. $6650 AIR CONDrrlom] CHECK Includes: cleaning ondens fins, adiustment to drive belts, tightening of firings, iystem check for leeks and rechorge.., up to four cons of rerigeront., FINANCING WITH APPROVED CREDIT PICKUPS FIS0 F250 4)(2 4X4 PRICE DROPS 20 e PER 30 MIN. DURING OPENING HOURS TILt NOON SAT. 177 FORD FIS01 -'"' '!950 _ mvv lEWIS COUNTY MOTOR COMPANY