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iil L YOUTH SCENE Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Summer book club pet show attracts real and imaginary entries PET(?) BAT -- The most unusual animal shown was this bat, named Bizarre, shown by Heather Dykstra. The bat was to be released after the show. There were all types of the wild kingdom -- a bat to fantasy animals to proxy pets -- entered in the Canton Library summer reading program book club pet show July 18. Students in the club were presented gift certificate prizes for Capps Variety and Grand Leader Pharmacy stores. There were three main categories for the pet show. The first dealt with legitimate animals present. The second category was legitimate animals not present, either because of prohibitive size or catchability. The third category was for imaginary pets, as created by the student artists. Three members of the club tied with reading the most books this summer at eight apiece. They are Susie LaCount, Sara Johnson and Rhonda Schork. LaCount was the winner of a prize by a name-in-the-hat drawing. Other awards more geared to the pet show were: first- Morky, schnauz- er-poodle dressed like Santa Claus and shown by Robin Ward; second- Groucho and Stinker (cats), dressed in doll shirt and dress respectively. shown by Rhonda Schork; and third- Julie (dog), dressed as a ballerina. shown by Tiffany Barnes. The largest dog was Bea, shown by Susie LaCount. The smallest animal was an unnamed crayfish shown by Tiffany Lowe, and the most unusual was a bat named Bizzare shown by Heather Dykstra. (the bat was to be released from captivity after the show. ) In the proxy entries, the winner was Sara Johnson's cat Fluffy, Ben Vaughn's doberman pincher Digbe took second, and Sara Johnson's cat Smoke Bomb took third. In the fantasy division, Tiffany Lowe took first with a creation of Rabbadoghorse, with three obvious animals as a base: second went to Sara Johnson for a Catogorseunny which combined a cat, horse and bunny; and third went to Susie LaCount who called her creation simply Muff. Members of the book club will enter grades five, six or seven this fall in school. BANTA POOCH -- Morkey, a schnauz- e mix shown by Robin Ward at the Canton Library Summer Reading Club, took first place as the best deesrated paL The event was July 18. SHARE HARE -- Marcle Thompson (4;, left, and Bobby Stow (2) take advantage e/a rabbit, named Angel, stretching far patting at the pat show in Cantou's Central park July 18. JUDGING -- Pets of aH types were brought befm'e Judges Rebert Mathlesea (it white bat) and Sharm Upahurch (hidden). The Judging was a key part It the Cantm Library Summer Reading Program pet show, eae e/several scheduled mltts. -GOOD BUYS , o Dill Seed • • * oL 95 Black Pepper• 2.82 Cinnamon Stk, oL88 Oregano• • •., oL 93 PIckllngSpiceo*2.06 Cinnamon , oL 1.40 Spaghetti or Shell Macaroni.. 2v, Ls 1•25 Loaves of Bread 1 O0 S • • . • . • o o . o . • • • We have Pennsylvania peaches. ,/. w. 9.75 H g R BULK FOODS Wiamltown, Me. Hours : Man. thru Sot, 8 to 6,PHONE 314 853.4516_ CANTON MI/FFLER SHOP 400 Jamlson - Canton, Me Phone 314-288-3840 Manager, Noble Shannon HOURS: 8 to 5 - Monday through Friday Mufflers & Tailpis . Headers & Sidepipes . Custom Pipe Bending Brakes & Shocks . Welding # F.150 LaGrange Pageant Cubs held boat races at LaGrange Park Cub Scouts from Pack 173 held boat races July 22 at LaGrange City Park. Division one winners were: Ist place, Rickie Robertson: 2nd place, Rusty Smith; 3rd place.' Jeremy Hamm. Division two winners were: Ist place, Colby Combs; 2nd place, Brad Cason; 3rd place, Steven Snow. A trophy for best design was presented to Brian Farr, and one for hard luck was presented to Eric Kearns. Judges for the races were Jeff Dixon and Alan Obert from Quincy College. Chairmanship was shared by Suellen Robertson and Susan Smith. Other leaders present were Charles Metter- nich and Margaret Vannaken. August Pack meeting the Pack will host a ballgame with Ewing Pack. Refreshments were served by Carol Snow and Janet Cason. Nine girls competed in the Little Miss LaGrange are Micha Whan, Erin Florea. Courtney Combs. Teresa LinL Angela Casper, Andrea Raleigh, Michelle Hamm and Melis Dorothy Logsdon, Mrs. Tammy Ellison and Mrs. Pam Novinger of the pageant. QUEEN AND COURT -- Little Miss LaGrange July 4 include: queen, Stephanie Scott, daughter of Charles and runner-up, Andrea Raleigh, daughter of Michael and Sandr runner-up, Erin Florea, daughter of Tim and Brenda runner-up, Micha Whan, daughter of Mrs. Donna Stice. % Annual Percentage Rate . A FARMER'S PLAN Special financing for America's Farmers, Americab best-selling pickup. Tough full-size Ford pickups have been the best-selling A farmer plan together with low 8.8% A.RR. financing. With Ford Credifis special plan for farmers your payments, like your crops, are seasonal. Because through Ford Credit, qualified buyers can arrange a payment schedule that fits their financing needs. And now with 8.8% A.P.R financing* qualified buyers can save hundreds in finance charges. Available on all standard 2-wheel-drive F-150 and F-250 pickups delivered from stock by August 1, 1985. Available on 4-wheel drives through August 5, 1985.t lt Ford Credit plan for one of America greatest assets-- its farmers. PAi.p..psfifi in America for eight straight years*" Now with 8.8% . • • nnancing and a special Farmers Plan, they're even better So if,-,- .... • , y,.,,., v,.J a tough farm truck, see your Ford Dealer today! Get a truck that works as hard as you do. "F,nancng arranged through Ford Credit for qualified buyers. Lmt one per customer. See your participating deale Dealer contnbuton may affect customer sawngS Ask fo quamCaton details "'Based on model year regtstrat,ons through February. 1985 tOnly to reslents of Colorado. Idaho. Iowa. Kansas. Minnesota. Missouri. Montana, Nebraska. Nevada. North Dakota. Pennsylvama. SOuth Dakota. Utah V=rg,ma. West Virgma. Wyoming This special offer ends August 1, 1985. Not available in all states. LEWIS COUNTY MO00TOR COM .. CANTON, MO. iil L YOUTH SCENE Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, Summer book club pet show attracts real and imaginary entries PET(?) BAT -- The most unusual animal shown was this bat, named Bizarre, shown by Heather Dykstra. The bat was to be released after the show. There were all types of the wild kingdom -- a bat to fantasy animals to proxy pets -- entered in the Canton Library summer reading program book club pet show July 18. Students in the club were presented gift certificate prizes for Capps Variety and Grand Leader Pharmacy stores. There were three main categories for the pet show. The first dealt with legitimate animals present. The second category was legitimate animals not present, either because of prohibitive size or catchability. The third category was for imaginary pets, as created by the student artists. Three members of the club tied with reading the most books this summer at eight apiece. They are Susie LaCount, Sara Johnson and Rhonda Schork. LaCount was the winner of a prize by a name-in-the-hat drawing. Other awards more geared to the pet show were: first- Morky, schnauz- er-poodle dressed like Santa Claus and shown by Robin Ward; second- Groucho and Stinker (cats), dressed in doll shirt and dress respectively. shown by Rhonda Schork; and third- Julie (dog), dressed as a ballerina. shown by Tiffany Barnes. The largest dog was Bea, shown by Susie LaCount. The smallest animal was an unnamed crayfish shown by Tiffany Lowe, and the most unusual was a bat named Bizzare shown by Heather Dykstra. (the bat was to be released from captivity after the show. ) In the proxy entries, the winner was Sara Johnson's cat Fluffy, Ben Vaughn's doberman pincher Digbe took second, and Sara Johnson's cat Smoke Bomb took third. In the fantasy division, Tiffany Lowe took first with a creation of Rabbadoghorse, with three obvious animals as a base: second went to Sara Johnson for a Catogorseunny which combined a cat, horse and bunny; and third went to Susie LaCount who called her creation simply Muff. Members of the book club will enter grades five, six or seven this fall in school. BANTA POOCH -- Morkey, a schnauz- e mix shown by Robin Ward at the Canton Library Summer Reading Club, took first place as the best deesrated paL The event was July 18. SHARE HARE -- Marcle Thompson (4;, left, and Bobby Stow (2) take advantage e/a rabbit, named Angel, stretching far patting at the pat show in Cantou's Central park July 18. JUDGING -- Pets of aH types were brought befm'e Judges Rebert Mathlesea (it white bat) and Sharm Upahurch (hidden). The Judging was a key part It the Cantm Library Summer Reading Program pet show, eae e/several scheduled mltts. -GOOD BUYS , o Dill Seed • • * oL 95 Black Pepper• 2.82 Cinnamon Stk, oL88 Oregano• • •., oL 93 PIckllngSpiceo*2.06 Cinnamon , oL 1.40 Spaghetti or Shell Macaroni.. 2v, Ls 1•25 Loaves of Bread 1 O0 S • • . • . • o o . o . • • • We have Pennsylvania peaches. ,/. w. 9.75 H g R BULK FOODS Wiamltown, Me. Hours : Man. thru Sot, 8 to 6,PHONE 314 853.4516_ CANTON MI/FFLER SHOP 400 Jamlson - Canton, Me Phone 314-288-3840 Manager, Noble Shannon HOURS: 8 to 5 - Monday through Friday Mufflers & Tailpis . Headers & Sidepipes . Custom Pipe Bending Brakes & Shocks . Welding # F.150 LaGrange Pageant Cubs held boat races at LaGrange Park Cub Scouts from Pack 173 held boat races July 22 at LaGrange City Park. Division one winners were: Ist place, Rickie Robertson: 2nd place, Rusty Smith; 3rd place.' Jeremy Hamm. Division two winners were: Ist place, Colby Combs; 2nd place, Brad Cason; 3rd place, Steven Snow. A trophy for best design was presented to Brian Farr, and one for hard luck was presented to Eric Kearns. Judges for the races were Jeff Dixon and Alan Obert from Quincy College. Chairmanship was shared by Suellen Robertson and Susan Smith. Other leaders present were Charles Metter- nich and Margaret Vannaken. August Pack meeting the Pack will host a ballgame with Ewing Pack. Refreshments were served by Carol Snow and Janet Cason. Nine girls competed in the Little Miss LaGrange are Micha Whan, Erin Florea. Courtney Combs. Teresa LinL Angela Casper, Andrea Raleigh, Michelle Hamm and Melis Dorothy Logsdon, Mrs. Tammy Ellison and Mrs. Pam Novinger of the pageant. QUEEN AND COURT -- Little Miss LaGrange July 4 include: queen, Stephanie Scott, daughter of Charles and runner-up, Andrea Raleigh, daughter of Michael and Sandr runner-up, Erin Florea, daughter of Tim and Brenda runner-up, Micha Whan, daughter of Mrs. Donna Stice. % Annual Percentage Rate . A FARMER'S PLAN Special financing for America's Farmers, Americab best-selling pickup. Tough full-size Ford pickups have been the best-selling A farmer plan together with low 8.8% A.RR. financing. With Ford Credifis special plan for farmers your payments, like your crops, are seasonal. Because through Ford Credit, qualified buyers can arrange a payment schedule that fits their financing needs. And now with 8.8% A.P.R financing* qualified buyers can save hundreds in finance charges. Available on all standard 2-wheel-drive F-150 and F-250 pickups delivered from stock by August 1, 1985. Available on 4-wheel drives through August 5, 1985.t lt Ford Credit plan for one of America greatest assets-- its farmers. PAi.p..psfifi in America for eight straight years*" Now with 8.8% . • • nnancing and a special Farmers Plan, they're even better So if,-,- .... • , y,.,,., v,.J a tough farm truck, see your Ford Dealer today! Get a truck that works as hard as you do. "F,nancng arranged through Ford Credit for qualified buyers. Lmt one per customer. See your participating deale Dealer contnbuton may affect customer sawngS Ask fo quamCaton details "'Based on model year regtstrat,ons through February. 1985 tOnly to reslents of Colorado. Idaho. Iowa. Kansas. Minnesota. Missouri. Montana, Nebraska. Nevada. North Dakota. Pennsylvama. SOuth Dakota. Utah V=rg,ma. West Virgma. Wyoming This special offer ends August 1, 1985. Not available in all states. LEWIS COUNTY MO00TOR COM .. CANTON, MO.