Denny Pendleton, who will celebrate his 90th birthday soon was part of the First Marine Division during the Korean conflict which was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation. He took part in the Battle Chosin and his lungs were frostbitten which later led to tuberculosis. (Photo by Connie Wyrick)
The Missouri Association of Hospital Auxiliaries named Lake Regional Health System Auxiliary a 2018 Auxiliary of the Year. Jayne Brown, Lake Regional Auxiliary president, and approximately 80 auxiliary members accepted the award Nov. 9 at the Missouri Hospital Association’s annual convention and trade show.
The Bethel Mennonite Youth Choir will share an evening of worship music this Friday, Nov. 16 at the Tuscumbia Christian Church. The service will begin at 7 p.m. with refreshments to follow in the fellowship hall. The event is open to the public.
The Cookie Angels of Tuscumbia will be at the Tuscumbia Eagle Stop from noon to 4 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 16, with cookies available for a donation. All monies will go to help Gilbert Byran with expenses related to his ongoing health issues.
After a morning in the woods hunting for deer, Gunner, Jeff and Jacob Wilson of the Brumley area gathered at the Brumley Lions Club for a lunch of soup and chili Saturday morning, Nov. 10. (Photo by Tim Flora)
Beverly Meyer treated Saundra Wiser, JoAnna Duncan, Priscilla Richey and Wanda Potter to a dinner Saturday evening at Burgher Haus and then to the production of “Mary Poppins” by the California High School choir in the performing arts center. Congratulations to Mrs. Michele Bilyeu, the cast and the behind the scenes group for a wonderful evening of music.
Call to worship at Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday featured a presentation of the American flag by Veterans, Bill Hancock, Gene Steenbergen and Mike Amos. The congregation recited the Pledge of Allegiance and sang “God Bless America.” Sara Kennedy, pianist, played a medley of the theme song for each branch of the armed services and veterans of each branch of service stood as their song was played.
Sunday school attendance at Enon Baptist Church was 21, with 26 attending the morning worship service. Shirley Goldammer gave the Sunday school report, welcome and announcements and Kathy Sluyter gave the children’s message. Veterans were recognized, and the message was brought by Brother Shawn Dumsday.
As a lifelong Missourian, it is such an honor to have the opportunity to represent the great folks of Missouri’s third district for another two years. This would not have been possible without the support of my family and my fellow Missourians. With November 6 behind us, it’s now time for us to look towards the future.
The Iberia City Council voted Monday night, Nov. 5 to proceed toward the refinancing of its 2010 issue water department bonds, approved a clothing allowance for staff and agreed to provide materials to make repairs to West Main Street.
With each passing year, researchers and doctors across the nation are continuously finding innovative new treatments and cures for diseases affecting millions of Americans. However, the sixth leading cause of death in the United States is a cruel disease that currently cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed. Alzheimer’s disease is the only top 10 cause of death with this tragic distinction.
The Lake Area Community Orchestra will hold a series of free winter concerts starting Sunday, Nov. 25. All concerts are at 7 p.m. except for the one at Eldon First Baptist Church. That concert begins at 7:30 p.m.