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SPORTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1, ..... R ftb-" b On Marine : -V so aseball Lemke com. plated t practice Mon .... assls Corps All--Star .... teams star . baseball team Jeff Steinbeck, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steinbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dudgeon of Lewistown, has been selected to play on the 1965 Marine Corps Base All Star Baseball Team. This was Steinbeck's first season in the senior league, ages 13-16, where he played third base for the Dodgers. Selection of the All Star Team was made by the coaches of the respective teams. The Marine Corps Base All Stars will play the Marine Corps Air Station, New River, all stars for the final game of the season. Steinbeck has played six seasons of baseball, five of which he had made the All Star Team. He is also active in JEFF STEINBECK Though school has not started for the 1985-86 school year, practice has started for Canton R-V fall baseball and softball. Boys practice for grades 9-12 will begin Monday, Aug. 19, at 10 "a.m. with Coach Randy Lillard. These players will need to report to the ball field on Williamstown Called from Colorado by uncle's illness Miss Margaret Hopkins of Golden, Colo., was called here Sunday because of the serious illness of her uncle, Mort Denniston, a former resident of this vicinity, now of the Lewis County Nursing Home. She will also spend sometime with Mrs. Linnell Walker_ Bob Taylor of Canton was a caller of Mrs. Okie Legg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waterman and Paula Schlager spent Sunday in the Harlan Edwards home. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brightwell. The Brightwells and Mrs. Edwards called at thf Waterman home the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Edwards spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker attended a CWF meeting Friday night at the home of Mrs. Martha Hinton in Monticello. Maxine Walker of Lewistown was a Sunday caller of Mable Walker. Bobette Predmore of Ohio spent a few days last week with her grand- father, Elbert Dorsey, and helped him celebrate his birthday., Miss Mable Walker attended a meeting of the Golden Rule Breakfast Club Monday at Woods Restaurant in Kaheka. Brainard Hamilton was a Sunday dinner guest of Alvin Mitts. Mrs. Ona St. Clair was hostess to the Busy Bee Club at her home last week. present were Esther Breeding, and Melinda, Letha Lemmon, Mable Walker, Lola Coons and Sue Nichols. Evening visitors of Mrs. St. Clair were Mr. and Mrs. Albert St. Clair, Heather and Melona of rural Wyaconda. Mrs. Linda Huehington and children of Warrenton spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tucker, who returned home with hei" Sunday for a few days visit. Callers Thursday of Minnie Selway were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of Canton, Evelyn Weber and Helen Tucker. Mrs. Ray English of Keokuk spent Saturday with Minnie Selway. Edna Ridgely was a Friday caller of Velma Doran. They attended the ice cream supper. Callers Friday evening of Minnie Selway were Mrs. Gladys Robinson and Mrs. Nina Schork of LaGrange and Mrs. Mary Williams. Lee Kraus and daughter, Helen Myers of Wyaconda, were Friday afternoon visitors of Minnie Selway. Durward Spear, a former resident, now of the Lewis County Nursing Home, ate dinner at the senior housing Thursday. He was accompanied by Patti Bevans, who went to Canton for him: Claycome and Melvin John- u of Stewardsville were weekend visitors of her sister, Mrs. Lola Coons. Other Sunday dinner guests were Paula Priebe and children, Twila Downs and daughters, Brenda Shaw and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Brumbaugh and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Pearl and family and Mrs. Reva Murphy and family. Malinda and Hampton Lane. Players need to have physicals before being allowed to practice. Softball practice for the girls in grades 9-12 will begin Monday at 1 p.m. at the high school gym with new Coach Sandy Moore. Preparations for 7th & 8th football soccer, having played 12 seasons. He ts an 8th grader at Brewster Junior High School and is the son of First Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Steinbeck of Camp Lejeune, N.C. April Shaw remained for a visit with Mrs. Coons. Mrs. Velma Danforth of Morning Sun, la., spent the weekend at her home here. Miss Isabel LaVelle of Tulsa, Okla., is spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ada LaVelle, who returned home Thursday from Laugh- lin Hospital in Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sclway and Dewayne took Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ". Mumma to Cannon Dam on a sightseeing trip Sunday. Billy Doran and Kay of Monticello were Sunday evening callers of his mother, Mrs. Velma Doran. Miss Sharon Allison of Kaheka spent the weekend with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allison and family. All were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison of Lewistown. The former Allisons spent Sunday sight.eeing in Nauvoo. Mrs. Robert Hall spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Edna Hunsiker at Kahoka. Mrs. Jean Muhing and two sons spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James English. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Fretwell were Sunday visitors of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Collins of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Minnerly visited his sister, Mrs: Ova Adams in a Quincy hospital Sundfiy. Miss Mable Walker was a Sunday aRern caller Of Minni Selway7 .... Durham I'lGiss Cindy Clickner II The Durham Baptist Church enjoyed a basket dinner and fellowship Sunday. There will be a carry-in dinner and pantry shower Sunday, Aug. 18, for Director of Missions, Joe Walker and family. Everyone is welcome. Joe Baskett of Columbia spent the weekend with his father, Howard Baskett. Cindy Clickner and Amanda spent Friday with Sharon Sherwood. Lance Sherwood spent the weekend with his father, Larry Sherwood, Sr., in LaGrange. Kyle Mason is a patient in Blessing Hospital in Quincy for tests and treatment. Chris and Brian Sparks of Payson spent Tuesday until Thursday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Spratt of Galesburg are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt. Shirley Johnson and children spent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield. Amanda Cramer spent Thursday evening with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emer Baker. Mrs. Doug Perrine is a patient in Blessing Hospital in Quincy for tests and surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Book, Joshua and Marty, Mr. and Mrs. George Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine and Goldie Abell attended a farewell dinner and entertainment for the 12 InternatiOnal Living Students from the Quincy area. One of the students has been a guest for three weeks with Marry Bock. Francis Willis and Louise Keller called on Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield Tuesday. Johnna Bock is visiting in San Diego, Calif., with Rhonda and Chad Walters. Jim Roberts was taken to Blessing Hospital, Quincy, Aug. 5, with a heart * All 7th and 8th grade Highland Sept. 3. students planning on playing football Student athletes will receive equip- this fall are reminded that they need to ment on Thursday, Aug. 29, after have a physical examination before school. Practice will begin on Sept. 3. Complete results of combine 'Crash for Cash' A total of 12 combines entered the Lewis County Fair "Combine Crash for Cash" derby recently. Bud Davis of Ewing served as superintendent with Kenneth Brown of Lewistown and Carroll Garkie of LaGrange as assistants. Russell Schultz of Ewing served as derby coordinator. Prize money for the event totaled $1,650. The various events, winner's name and type of combine driven were: In the parade of combines, Johnny Kraft, Durham, received the $100 prize money and trophy for having the best decorated combine. First heat - 1st & 2nd place, Johnny Schultz, Ewing, JD 45, and Leroy Corbin, Knox City, Massey 300; 3rd; Craig Todd, LaGrange, Massey Harris; 4th, Bill O'Brien, Ewing, Massey Harris 82. Second heat - Ist & 2nd, Johnny Schultz, IH 93, and Earl Feldkamp LaGrange, IH 101; 3rd place, Alan Deck, Shelbina, JD 45; 4th, Brian Munzlinger, Williamstown, Case 600. Third heat - 1st & 2nd, Carroll Garkie, JD 45, and Johnny Kraft, IH 303; 3rd place, Nail Jennings, LaGrange, Case 660; 4th, Roger Barrick, Bethal, IH 303. Consolation event - 1st & 2nd, Brian Munzlinger, Case. ,. and Nail Jennings, Case 660; 3rd, Bill O'Brien, Massey 82; 4th, Craig Todd, Massey Harris. Brian Munzlinger was the winner of the consolation trophy. Nell Jennings did not compete in the feature event as his combine engine failed to start. Feature event - 1st, tie between Jeff Schultz, JD 45, and Johnny Kraft, IH 91. The men split the 1st place cash price of $,500; 3rd, Earl Felmp, IH 101; 4th, Brian Munzlinger, Case 660. In the drawing held prior to the derby, the winner of the used combine was Amanda O'Brien, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Brien. attack and was taken to Veterans Hospital in Columbia Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roberts of California is staying in their mobile home at the Jim Roberts place. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson for a cookout and volleyball were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wagy, Sara and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. David Bauer and Andrew, Mr. and Mrs: Doug Carper and Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson and Amy, Dennis Behl, Rickie Jones, Dabble Johnson and Amanda, Rick Cook, Sandy Jett and Tina, Mrs. Joe Leindecker, Mr. and Mrs. James Stovall and Andy Johnson. MELISSA DOUGHERTY Granddaughter performing at Six Flags The granddaughter of a Canton couple began performing earlier this month at one of the entertainment theatres at Six Flags Over Mid-Amer- ica Amusement Park. Melissa "Mlssie" Dougherty, 18, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Dougher and hter  of,'.:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gooch of Canton, has been performing since Aug. 6 in Miss Kitty's Saloon in a high-energy country-western style show called "Gonna Have A Party." Miss Dougherty, a June graduate from Hazelwood Central High School in St. Louis, had auditioned for a musical part before her senior year and again this year in February. However, the opportunity for her to spend a month in Europe performing with 81 other youths in the Youth of America Singers, also took her chance at performing at Six Flags away. It didn't appear she would he able to participate in the Six Flags group this year, but while she was in Europe she received several calls from Six Flags officials asking her to interview for a part if she was still interested, because one girl had to quit due to throat problems. Miss D'ougherty was finally reached Wednesday, July 31, by a spokesman at the Six Flags headquarters in Dallas, Tex., and after a week of brief learning routines, began performing Aug. 6. She is one of eight people (four males and four females) that comprise a running cast. This allows for a male and female to have a day off each week. Yet the other six do seven half-hour shows each day they work. CaSon, Huff Sar6ara & Schlueter Wolfmeyer, Agent I15 N. 5TH ST. CANTON, MO. 634,15 Phone: 288-5971 CANTON MUFFLER SHOP 400 Jarnison - Canton, MO - Phone 314-288-3840 Manager, Noble Shannon .ouRs- e F;,d. | * Heoders & Sidepipes l t..Ce=tom F00pe Bend00 t ]* Brakes & Shocks ] t .Weir_ j MARY RUSH Lizbeth Jo Lemke, twin Richard D. Lemke recently completed at, Allison in speech pathology ity of Iowa, Iowa employed at the Center as a gist. Lizbeth received gree in journalism of Illinois, Urbana, one-year teaching journalism mater, Valparaiso diana. Wins 4th place at NFBLA Houston meet Gregory on hc Mary Rush recently won fourth Gregory Dance, place in the office procedures event at Jerry Dance of the National Future Business Leaders named to the of America Conference held in spring 1985 semester I Houston, Tax. A member of the College atLiberty. Highland High School FBLA chapter, To for Rush was a winner in the office procedures event at the District grade point Leadership Conference in Kirksville er more and then won first place at the Ste i Conference in Jefferson City wlh , UUI earned her the right to represent ,1111 Missouri and compete on the national band level in Houston. Rush was in competition with state |d. winners from all across the United schedu L,qv States who completed a written exam ROb Duss, band coverhg such topics as word process- High School, has ing, data processing, reprographics, following schedule records management, communica- tions, business math and human Highland High relations. She received her fourth clinic: place award during the National Flag Corps to 3:30 p.m.; Awards Program on the evening of 15-16, I to 3:30 July 4 before more than 3,000 FBLA band clinic, Aug. 19, members and advisers. Rush is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a.m. to 3:30 p.m. wi$ Arthur Rush of LaBelle. She will he attending Quincy Technical Schools this fall. Happy Also attending the conference were FBLA members Alice Feldkamp, Debbie Cason, Lori Davis, Darla Lay and Kelley Heina. They participated in workshop, genersl sessions and the election ,(! ffltltl; fll. Janet Griesbaum and Jeana Houchins, FBLA advisers, also attended the conference. Her grandparents said she does enjoy the performing and has been asked to stay on the Six Flags cast on Saturdays and Sundays until the amusement park closes later this year. Miss Dongherty will attend North- "east Missouri State University in Kirksville this fall. LOVE, M0m, Hardcore Softball Players 8 MEN'S SLO PITCH TEAMS NEEDED FOR A FALL LEAGi LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, CONTINURIO INTERESTED TEAMS SHOULD CONTACT BOB HOGAN ($1) TO RESERVE A SPOT OR FOR MORE INFORMATION. Childhood " Fully protect your child Measles. Diphtheria. Mumps. Rubella. Tetanus. Whooping Cough. Lots of their children are protected. But 24 babies born in Missouri this year w( means they'll run the risk of contracting diseases. And that's serious. It takes five visits to your doctor or clinic to (. child the initial immunization series. But for to be fully protected, a booster shot is between the ages 4 and 6 and every 10 And without the full series, your child d adequate protection. It's so easy to protect your child. doctor can help. Or ask your city or cc department about vaccinations. After all, our children are our most precious resource. This message is courtesy of the Univeraity of Milmouri-Columbia Hospital d SPORTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1, ..... R ftb-" b On Marine : -V so aseball Lemke com. plated t practice Mon .... assls Corps All--Star .... teams star . baseball team Jeff Steinbeck, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steinbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dudgeon of Lewistown, has been selected to play on the 1965 Marine Corps Base All Star Baseball Team. This was Steinbeck's first season in the senior league, ages 13-16, where he played third base for the Dodgers. Selection of the All Star Team was made by the coaches of the respective teams. The Marine Corps Base All Stars will play the Marine Corps Air Station, New River, all stars for the final game of the season. Steinbeck has played six seasons of baseball, five of which he had made the All Star Team. He is also active in JEFF STEINBECK Though school has not started for the 1985-86 school year, practice has started for Canton R-V fall baseball and softball. Boys practice for grades 9-12 will begin Monday, Aug. 19, at 10 "a.m. with Coach Randy Lillard. These players will need to report to the ball field on Williamstown Called from Colorado by uncle's illness Miss Margaret Hopkins of Golden, Colo., was called here Sunday because of the serious illness of her uncle, Mort Denniston, a former resident of this vicinity, now of the Lewis County Nursing Home. She will also spend sometime with Mrs. Linnell Walker_ Bob Taylor of Canton was a caller of Mrs. Okie Legg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waterman and Paula Schlager spent Sunday in the Harlan Edwards home. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brightwell. The Brightwells and Mrs. Edwards called at thf Waterman home the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Edwards spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker attended a CWF meeting Friday night at the home of Mrs. Martha Hinton in Monticello. Maxine Walker of Lewistown was a Sunday caller of Mable Walker. Bobette Predmore of Ohio spent a few days last week with her grand- father, Elbert Dorsey, and helped him celebrate his birthday., Miss Mable Walker attended a meeting of the Golden Rule Breakfast Club Monday at Woods Restaurant in Kaheka. Brainard Hamilton was a Sunday dinner guest of Alvin Mitts. Mrs. Ona St. Clair was hostess to the Busy Bee Club at her home last week. present were Esther Breeding, and Melinda, Letha Lemmon, Mable Walker, Lola Coons and Sue Nichols. Evening visitors of Mrs. St. Clair were Mr. and Mrs. Albert St. Clair, Heather and Melona of rural Wyaconda. Mrs. Linda Huehington and children of Warrenton spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tucker, who returned home with hei" Sunday for a few days visit. Callers Thursday of Minnie Selway were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrell of Canton, Evelyn Weber and Helen Tucker. Mrs. Ray English of Keokuk spent Saturday with Minnie Selway. Edna Ridgely was a Friday caller of Velma Doran. They attended the ice cream supper. Callers Friday evening of Minnie Selway were Mrs. Gladys Robinson and Mrs. Nina Schork of LaGrange and Mrs. Mary Williams. Lee Kraus and daughter, Helen Myers of Wyaconda, were Friday afternoon visitors of Minnie Selway. Durward Spear, a former resident, now of the Lewis County Nursing Home, ate dinner at the senior housing Thursday. He was accompanied by Patti Bevans, who went to Canton for him: Claycome and Melvin John- u of Stewardsville were weekend visitors of her sister, Mrs. Lola Coons. Other Sunday dinner guests were Paula Priebe and children, Twila Downs and daughters, Brenda Shaw and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Brumbaugh and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Pearl and family and Mrs. Reva Murphy and family. Malinda and Hampton Lane. Players need to have physicals before being allowed to practice. Softball practice for the girls in grades 9-12 will begin Monday at 1 p.m. at the high school gym with new Coach Sandy Moore. Preparations for 7th & 8th football soccer, having played 12 seasons. He ts an 8th grader at Brewster Junior High School and is the son of First Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Steinbeck of Camp Lejeune, N.C. April Shaw remained for a visit with Mrs. Coons. Mrs. Velma Danforth of Morning Sun, la., spent the weekend at her home here. Miss Isabel LaVelle of Tulsa, Okla., is spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ada LaVelle, who returned home Thursday from Laugh- lin Hospital in Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sclway and Dewayne took Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ". Mumma to Cannon Dam on a sightseeing trip Sunday. Billy Doran and Kay of Monticello were Sunday evening callers of his mother, Mrs. Velma Doran. Miss Sharon Allison of Kaheka spent the weekend with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allison and family. All were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allison of Lewistown. The former Allisons spent Sunday sight.eeing in Nauvoo. Mrs. Robert Hall spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Edna Hunsiker at Kahoka. Mrs. Jean Muhing and two sons spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James English. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Fretwell were Sunday visitors of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Collins of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Minnerly visited his sister, Mrs: Ova Adams in a Quincy hospital Sundfiy. Miss Mable Walker was a Sunday aRern caller Of Minni Selway7 .... Durham I'lGiss Cindy Clickner II The Durham Baptist Church enjoyed a basket dinner and fellowship Sunday. There will be a carry-in dinner and pantry shower Sunday, Aug. 18, for Director of Missions, Joe Walker and family. Everyone is welcome. Joe Baskett of Columbia spent the weekend with his father, Howard Baskett. Cindy Clickner and Amanda spent Friday with Sharon Sherwood. Lance Sherwood spent the weekend with his father, Larry Sherwood, Sr., in LaGrange. Kyle Mason is a patient in Blessing Hospital in Quincy for tests and treatment. Chris and Brian Sparks of Payson spent Tuesday until Thursday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Spratt of Galesburg are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt. Shirley Johnson and children spent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield. Amanda Cramer spent Thursday evening with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emer Baker. Mrs. Doug Perrine is a patient in Blessing Hospital in Quincy for tests and surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Book, Joshua and Marty, Mr. and Mrs. George Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine and Goldie Abell attended a farewell dinner and entertainment for the 12 InternatiOnal Living Students from the Quincy area. One of the students has been a guest for three weeks with Marry Bock. Francis Willis and Louise Keller called on Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadfield Tuesday. Johnna Bock is visiting in San Diego, Calif., with Rhonda and Chad Walters. Jim Roberts was taken to Blessing Hospital, Quincy, Aug. 5, with a heart * All 7th and 8th grade Highland Sept. 3. students planning on playing football Student athletes will receive equip- this fall are reminded that they need to ment on Thursday, Aug. 29, after have a physical examination before school. Practice will begin on Sept. 3. Complete results of combine 'Crash for Cash' A total of 12 combines entered the Lewis County Fair "Combine Crash for Cash" derby recently. Bud Davis of Ewing served as superintendent with Kenneth Brown of Lewistown and Carroll Garkie of LaGrange as assistants. Russell Schultz of Ewing served as derby coordinator. Prize money for the event totaled $1,650. The various events, winner's name and type of combine driven were: In the parade of combines, Johnny Kraft, Durham, received the $100 prize money and trophy for having the best decorated combine. First heat - 1st & 2nd place, Johnny Schultz, Ewing, JD 45, and Leroy Corbin, Knox City, Massey 300; 3rd; Craig Todd, LaGrange, Massey Harris; 4th, Bill O'Brien, Ewing, Massey Harris 82. Second heat - Ist & 2nd, Johnny Schultz, IH 93, and Earl Feldkamp LaGrange, IH 101; 3rd place, Alan Deck, Shelbina, JD 45; 4th, Brian Munzlinger, Williamstown, Case 600. Third heat - 1st & 2nd, Carroll Garkie, JD 45, and Johnny Kraft, IH 303; 3rd place, Nail Jennings, LaGrange, Case 660; 4th, Roger Barrick, Bethal, IH 303. Consolation event - 1st & 2nd, Brian Munzlinger, Case. ,. and Nail Jennings, Case 660; 3rd, Bill O'Brien, Massey 82; 4th, Craig Todd, Massey Harris. Brian Munzlinger was the winner of the consolation trophy. Nell Jennings did not compete in the feature event as his combine engine failed to start. Feature event - 1st, tie between Jeff Schultz, JD 45, and Johnny Kraft, IH 91. The men split the 1st place cash price of $,500; 3rd, Earl Felmp, IH 101; 4th, Brian Munzlinger, Case 660. In the drawing held prior to the derby, the winner of the used combine was Amanda O'Brien, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Brien. attack and was taken to Veterans Hospital in Columbia Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roberts of California is staying in their mobile home at the Jim Roberts place. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson for a cookout and volleyball were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wagy, Sara and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. David Bauer and Andrew, Mr. and Mrs: Doug Carper and Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson and Amy, Dennis Behl, Rickie Jones, Dabble Johnson and Amanda, Rick Cook, Sandy Jett and Tina, Mrs. Joe Leindecker, Mr. and Mrs. James Stovall and Andy Johnson. MELISSA DOUGHERTY Granddaughter performing at Six Flags The granddaughter of a Canton couple began performing earlier this month at one of the entertainment theatres at Six Flags Over Mid-Amer- ica Amusement Park. Melissa "Mlssie" Dougherty, 18, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Dougher and hter  of,'.:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gooch of Canton, has been performing since Aug. 6 in Miss Kitty's Saloon in a high-energy country-western style show called "Gonna Have A Party." Miss Dougherty, a June graduate from Hazelwood Central High School in St. Louis, had auditioned for a musical part before her senior year and again this year in February. However, the opportunity for her to spend a month in Europe performing with 81 other youths in the Youth of America Singers, also took her chance at performing at Six Flags away. It didn't appear she would he able to participate in the Six Flags group this year, but while she was in Europe she received several calls from Six Flags officials asking her to interview for a part if she was still interested, because one girl had to quit due to throat problems. Miss D'ougherty was finally reached Wednesday, July 31, by a spokesman at the Six Flags headquarters in Dallas, Tex., and after a week of brief learning routines, began performing Aug. 6. She is one of eight people (four males and four females) that comprise a running cast. This allows for a male and female to have a day off each week. Yet the other six do seven half-hour shows each day they work. CaSon, Huff Sar6ara & Schlueter Wolfmeyer, Agent I15 N. 5TH ST. CANTON, MO. 634,15 Phone: 288-5971 CANTON MUFFLER SHOP 400 Jarnison - Canton, MO - Phone 314-288-3840 Manager, Noble Shannon .ouRs- e F;,d. | * Heoders & Sidepipes l t..Ce=tom F00pe Bend00 t ]* Brakes & Shocks ] t .Weir_ j MARY RUSH Lizbeth Jo Lemke, twin Richard D. Lemke recently completed at, Allison in speech pathology ity of Iowa, Iowa employed at the Center as a gist. Lizbeth received gree in journalism of Illinois, Urbana, one-year teaching journalism mater, Valparaiso diana. Wins 4th place at NFBLA Houston meet Gregory on hc Mary Rush recently won fourth Gregory Dance, place in the office procedures event at Jerry Dance of the National Future Business Leaders named to the of America Conference held in spring 1985 semester I Houston, Tax. A member of the College atLiberty. Highland High School FBLA chapter, To for Rush was a winner in the office procedures event at the District grade point Leadership Conference in Kirksville er more and then won first place at the Ste i Conference in Jefferson City wlh , UUI earned her the right to represent ,1111 Missouri and compete on the national band level in Houston. Rush was in competition with state |d. winners from all across the United schedu L,qv States who completed a written exam ROb Duss, band coverhg such topics as word process- High School, has ing, data processing, reprographics, following schedule records management, communica- tions, business math and human Highland High relations. She received her fourth clinic: place award during the National Flag Corps to 3:30 p.m.; Awards Program on the evening of 15-16, I to 3:30 July 4 before more than 3,000 FBLA band clinic, Aug. 19, members and advisers. Rush is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a.m. to 3:30 p.m. wi$ Arthur Rush of LaBelle. She will he attending Quincy Technical Schools this fall. Happy Also attending the conference were FBLA members Alice Feldkamp, Debbie Cason, Lori Davis, Darla Lay and Kelley Heina. They participated in workshop, genersl sessions and the election ,(! ffltltl; fll. Janet Griesbaum and Jeana Houchins, FBLA advisers, also attended the conference. Her grandparents said she does enjoy the performing and has been asked to stay on the Six Flags cast on Saturdays and Sundays until the amusement park closes later this year. Miss Dongherty will attend North- "east Missouri State University in Kirksville this fall. LOVE, M0m, Hardcore Softball Players 8 MEN'S SLO PITCH TEAMS NEEDED FOR A FALL LEAGi LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, CONTINURIO INTERESTED TEAMS SHOULD CONTACT BOB HOGAN ($1) TO RESERVE A SPOT OR FOR MORE INFORMATION. Childhood " Fully protect your child Measles. Diphtheria. Mumps. Rubella. Tetanus. Whooping Cough. Lots of their children are protected. But 24 babies born in Missouri this year w( means they'll run the risk of contracting diseases. And that's serious. It takes five visits to your doctor or clinic to (. child the initial immunization series. But for to be fully protected, a booster shot is between the ages 4 and 6 and every 10 And without the full series, your child d adequate protection. It's so easy to protect your child. doctor can help. Or ask your city or cc department about vaccinations. After all, our children are our most precious resource. This message is courtesy of the Univeraity of Milmouri-Columbia Hospital d