Monday night, June 18, the Tuscumbia R-III School Board adopted a $2.56 million budget for the 2018-19 school year and gave board secretary and district bookkeeper Gayla Luttrell the authority to adjust the 2017-18 budget to actual expenditures once the fiscal year is finalized on June 30.
One lucky reader will win a bevy of prizes in The Advertiser’s Treasure Chest contest. The way it works is contestants can come by the newspaper office at 415 S. Maple and request a key or visit one of the participating businesses and shop to get additional keys.
The Eldon School Board Monday night celebrated the completion of a five-year grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health during its district showcase, focusing on positive healthy changes made within the district and community.
The yard of Tim, Kathy and T.J. Flora at 508 N. Pearl Drive in Eldon (at top) and the yard of Mike and Carleen Wood at 509 W. Champain in Eldon (above) were chosen as the two yards of the month for June by the Eldon Garden Club.
Eugene High School graduate Jacob Adrian has been awarded a Thomas M. Knoll Memorial Scholarship from Quaker Window Products in Freeburg. To be eligible, scholarship applicants must have a parent or legal guardian working at Quaker or they must be an employee themselves.
We have another busy week ahead of us starting with Sunday school (Sister Buena Huffman and her helpers) came by from Eastside Assembly of God. Then in the afternoon we did some adult coloring. In the special care unit we had church on TV and one on one.
Three area residents have been named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at Westminster College in Fulton. To be named to the dean’s list they had to achieve a 3.6 or higher grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) with at least 12 credit hours completed.
A memorial in memory was held for Lizzie Eidson Thursday evening at the High Point School ballfield where family and friends gathered with music, a silent auction and food. At sunset a balloon launch was held.
Please keep in prayer our Diane Kruger, Jason Howard, David Lupardus, Mike Walker, Bob Wyrick, Sheldon McGowin, Tim McPhearson, Carol Vernon, Jason Howard, William Rush, Greg Whittle, Diane Knotson, Sonny Irwin, Austin (Brother Bill’s grandson), Lucas Brown (has a new heart; keep him and the family that “gifted” in your prayers), Ed and Gerri Teal, Vickie Mace, Lee and Cecil Todd, Donna Moss, Hailey Moriarity, Cherish DeGraffenreid, Kylie Ash, Joyce Baron, B.J. and Lodi Vernon, Steve Helton, T.L. Taylor, Dr. Kirk (from Eldon), Joyce Rodden, Gary Graham, Gilbert Bryant, Beverly Phiffer, Jimmy Pemberton, Keith Glawson, Elva Steen, Tonya Winters, Gilbert Bryan, Hunter Bushnell, Louie Hawken, Darlene Plemmons (Bud Abbott’s aunt), Joe and Donna Albertson, Lucille Steen, Dave Whittle (back on dialysis and transplant list for new kidney), Kelly Coan, J.R. and Diane LeCrone, Kaileen Wilkerson, Tennison and Sue Jarrett, Benny Kissenger, Danielle Burrows, Larry Huddleston, Dennis and Cyndi York, Lucy Wilkes, Tonya Farley, George Kuhn, Diane Pendelton, Rose Secrest, Paula Hedrick, Vickie Brown, Heather Davis, Bill Call, Shirly Hensley, Freda Patterson, Derrick Helton and family, Megan Vansell, Arzenie Nixdorf, Brently Bell, Joyce Connell, Naomi Darnell, Carol Vernon, Terry Branstetter, Sherry Holtmeyer, Bob McDonald, Wanda Fields, Wayne Blue, Audrey Lee, Helen Edwards, Denny Hodges, Roy Houston, Gary Putnam, Jan Marie Bender, June Hancock, Bill Williams, Jack Puckett, Mike Patterson, Charles Smith, Shirley Burnett, Billie Sue Pittrich, Sherre Smith, Susie Pryor, Larry Matthews, Chase Borque, our service men and women and our countries leaders.
Sunday school attendance at Mt. Olive Baptist Church was 69, and 137 attended the morning worship. Jason Ford led the intercessory prayer. Special music was a father-son vocal duet by Dale and Aaron Steenbergen, accompanied by Lee Smith, Gary Jobe and Curtis Wyss.
Good morning and happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Winners of the gift cards were Keith Glawson, Ken Thompson, Tom Graves, Monty Laffoon, and Don Hibler. Charlie’s helpers drawing names were Harper Brumley, and Bailey and Aubry Worstell. Congratulations dads.
Those attending Wednesday morning breakfast at Bea’s Place Cafe in Russellville were Erma Stark, Charlotte Sapp, Carol Seidel, Rita Casten, Linda Amick, Joyce Browner, Betty Browner, Janet Ruse, Mary Messer and Hazel Rea.
Sunday school attendance at Enon Baptist Church was 20, with 32 attending the morning worship service. A birthday offering was given by Marigold Rea, and Shirley Goldammer gave the Sunday school report, welcome and announcements. Special music was by DeeEllen Maher and the Rev. J. Mauricio Vargas brought the children’s message and morning sermon.
Sunday school attendance at the Corticelli Baptist Church was 72. Birthday offerings were given by Ethan Hickey and Layla Bonad and anniversary offerings were given by Ben and Debbie Schroer and Ryan and Darla Hickey. Deacon of the week was David Papen. Special music was by a women’s trio of Lou Ann Fahrni, Charlene Porter and Kathy Volkart.
This month, President Trump signed into law legislation that makes some of the most transformative improvements at the Department of Veterans Affairs in a generation. The bill marks the latest step the administration and Congress have taken to fulfill the promises we have made to those who have served.
Many of you know me as a Congressman, a farmer, or small businessman, but no role in my life will ever be as important as my role as a father and grandfather. My wife Jackie and I raised three amazing children who are now grown with families of their own, and they’ve blessed us with five grandchildren with a sixth one the way. This weekend, families across America will celebrate Father’s Day. As I head home to Missouri today, I’m looking forward to spending some time with my family, as I am sure you are too.
Click on the headline above to see candidates for nomination to be voted for at the Primary Election to be held in the state of Missouri on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in August 2018, being the 7th day of August 2018, who have filed in the office of John R. Ashcroft, Secretary of State, written declarations of candidacy as candidates for nomination, and are entitled to be voted for at such primary as required by law