YOUTH FAIR AWARD WINNERS – Queen – Avery Schiereck, Iris Dunn Memorial Scholarship; Princess – Kentley Rieder, El Dorado Springs Vet Clinic; Jr. Princess – Meadow Ash, Roger and Terry Floyd; Jr. Non Livestock High Point – Macy Stauffer, El Dorado Springs Vet Clinic; Sr. Non Livestock High Point – Sydney Barger, Producer’s MFA; Grand
Frog Jump SMALL – 1st tie, Ryan Hearting and Emerson Cartwright; 2nd tie, Khloe Daniels and Kale Lundy; 3rd tie, Stephen Kish and Logan Hearting. MEDIUM – 1st Kinsley Hooper; 2nd Jaxon Roe; 3rd Jens Nissley. LARGE – 1st Lily Moser; 2nd Maggie Woody; 3rd Aubrey Lundy. Tennis Shoe Toss 5 AND UNDER – 1st
THEY’RE BACK… Annual cicadas emerge from the ground in July and August. Adult males have a sound-producing organ that emits a loud, raspy call used to attract females. Learn more from our online Field Guide at (link: https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/annual-cicadas) nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-natur.
CEDAR COUNTY 4HERS ATTEND CAMP – Front row L to R Kentley Rieder, Kiera Strauch, Lucas Priesendorf, Reese Schiereck. Back row L to R Myka Barger, Cedar County 4-H Youth Specialist Tammy Ikerd.
HERRIMAN CHAPEL CAMP – From the Herriman Chapel Camp archives; El Dorado Sun August 1942… “The 15th annual Camp meet of at Herriman Chapel, eight miles southeast of El Dorado Springs, which began last Thursday, is still in progress this week and will end next Sunday night, Aug. 23. The services are being largely attended
In the closed session portion of the R-II School Board’s July 11 meeting, the board approved Kylie Taylor as an Elementary teacher, approved Kaley Lyons as High School Girls PE teacher, approved purchase of a lot at 1015 South Park and approved coaching assignment lists: Fall Sports: Volleyball – Head Coach Ashley Rogers, Assistant Kaley
TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the United Methodist Church, 201 E Broadway on Thursday. July 18, for their weekly weigh-in, and meeting. Leader Sheryl Ann called our meeting to order and Kay led us in singing “Our TOPS.” We said our TOPS and KOPS pledges. Sheryl led us in roll call and
GRAND CHAMPION STEER – shown by Jadyn Lower, purchased by Cedar County Cattlemen’s for $750. RESERVE CHAMPION STEER – shown by Griffin Crews, purchased by Mid-Missouri Bank for $450. GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER – shown by Libby Toliver, purchased by St. Clair County Bank for $750. RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER – shown by Libby Toliver. GRAND CHAMPION
1ST SCAVENGER HUNT – Mike & Joes: Ryan Cloyd, Mike Barger, Joe Barger and Amber Gadea. 2ND SCAVENGER HUNT – 2nd place: Long-DeckMcQuinbertsons: Justin Culbertson, Ben Decker, Alice Decker, Kayla McQuinlan and Davis Long. 3RD SCAVENGER HUNT – Bamboozlers: Jayce Vantellman, Bentley Allison, Becky Jennings,Kylie Taylor andScavenger Hunt – 3rd 3 S Steven Taylor.
Howard and Joan McPeak eloped on July 7, 1954. They were married in the Vernon county courthouse in Nevada. This photo was taken in the same spot where they stood as husband and wife 65 years ago to the day.