The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel from Tuscumbia, Missouri on May 4, 1994 · 2
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The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel from Tuscumbia, Missouri · 2

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Wednesday, May 4, 1994
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3? u ’( i M : The MUter County Autogram-Ssntlnel Tuseumbia Mo Thursday Iky 4 1995 Pago 2a 1 i ‘Miles for Meals’ May 13 ‘ - ' U' £ vf t1’1 ‘ ly J r 5 1U t in 5 ( From Page 1 ) diseases" “If you're a walker you're eli- through CMAAA Miller County is gible for door prizes" Harbison said budgeted for 165 meals per day: "regardless of how far you walk" and that of recent the Eklon site In addition to door prizes each has averaged 180 meals s&ved each person who raises at least $25 will day Tuseumbia residents an& receive a Milpa for Mania T-shirt served by the Eldon site meals Each participant however will program receive a certificate of apprecia- The budgeted funds makes up tion There will l be special for the difference between the reprizes awarded to the youngest and quested $125 donation and the oldest walker $300 actual cost of the meals but There will lan be prizes for the there is no money budgeted to subtop six money raisers The top sidize any meals beyond 165 earner will win $150 cash ($100 of In looking at March figures which ha been donated by the 2736 meals were served out of the Eldon Lions Club) The second Eldon center with 5059 meals place earner will win $100 served to 876 different persons donated by the Rocky Mount Lions county wide Club Third place will win $50 Chairpersons for the local Miles cash fourth and fifth place will for Meals walkathon are Betty each receive a $50 savings bond Harbison and June Bruner js 07l0fS tflD and sixth place will take home two tickets to Six Flags Only monies turned in the day Eldon Community Center at Mer-ofthe walkathon count toward the cantile Bank in Eldon Citizens grand prizes However any money Bank of Eldon (both locations) and collected later from pledges based Capital Savings in Eldon on the number of miles walked Arrests made in Camden County murder case The Camden County prosecuting attorney obtained arrest warrants this week for Jess W Rush 20 and Marvin L Chaney 34 of Made's Creek for kidnapping and first degree murder These arrest warrants follow a four year joint investigation of the kidnapping and murder of Trudy Darby On Jan 19 1991 Darby was taken from the K and D convenience store at the junction of Highway 54 and Missouri 73 in the Mack's Creek area of Camden County Darby’s body was found on Jan 21 1991 in the LittleNiangua River in Hickory County Winters pleads guilty C From Page 1 Seek said “I’ve talked with the family members for two or three weeks" Seek said He said Bill Kirkpatrick brother of the dead man was the only family member present in court on Thursday Seek added that Winters’ mother also was aware of Autogram-Sentinel USPS 349680 Published Weekly by VERNON PUBLISHING 409-15 8 MAPLE - ELDON MO 65026 PHONE 314-392-5658 Published every Thursday at Tuseumbia Mo Entered as 2nd Class matter PO Tuseumbia Mo 65082 under ad of congress of March 3 1879 Additional entry Eldon Mo approved May15 1953 sec 3429 (3)PlJlMto County Sentinel entered as 2nd Class matter March 20 1905 afPOItfa Mo 65486under the acfofCongress March 31879 Dane Vernon Pubfisher Virginia Ouffield Edior Tim Flora Managing Ecttor Gary Goode Sports Editor Byron Pittman Associate Editor Su Surface Circuiaiiorv-Classified Thea Dodge-Sales & Photos Carolyn Richards Advertising Sales Phi Dutcher Darkroom-Production Myma Wyrick Cheryl Hawken & Helen HilComputerQperalon Steve Wyrick -Pressroom SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year in Miller and adjoining counties (1789 Mo Sales Tax $111 -(1900 1 year elsewhere n MissourL(2213 Mo Sales Tax (127- (2350 1 year outside Missouri £2900 SINGLE COPY PRICE 47c 3C Mo Sales TaxsSOe may be turned in when collected Hinshaw explained : that ) Walkathon sponsor sheets are available at the front desk of the Rush and Chaney were arrested on May 1 for the murder and kidnapping of Darby The joint investigation has invovlved law enforcement from the FBI Troop F and Troop D of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Missouri: State Water Patrol Mack’s Creek Police Department Dallas County Sheriffs Department Hickory County Sheriffs Department the 26th Judicial Circuit Juvenile Office and the Camden County Sheriffs Department Rush is being held in the Camden County Jail without bond Chaney is being held without bond in the Morgan County Jail the plea negotiations through the defense team Seek said he was notified at 9 pm Wednesday that Winters would accept the negotiated plea Winters has been in jail since his arrest shortly after this murder occurred in Eldon Honored students from Tuseumbia Junior high recently took a trip cinema Thetrlp was held for all students who were on the honor roll a positive school attitude DARE graduation Lake Ozark DARE officer Bill Depew Is shown here with the Tuseumbia DARE kids along with Dana llgenfrftz the fifth grade teacher and Debbie Shackelford fifth grade aide Lake Ozark police chief Bud Yoder was the guest speaker - " Kaaiora homeported in Nor-Stovon Fry was the DARE essay winner from Tuseumbia Fry and his fo Va family won a rkJe In the Lake Ozark DARE boat and a lunch Frv graduate of Jefferson received the award from officer Bill Depew ‘ City High School of JefTerson City 1 joined the Navy in November 1994 SHOP THE to Ha Ha Tonka and Village Four held high attendance and showed Birdsong reports Marine Pfc Christopher W Birdsong son of Bonnie M Scheperle of 9115 Millbrook Road Russellville recently reported for duty with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni Japan The 1994 graduate of Cole R-l Russellville High School joined the Marine Corps in June 1994 Feltrop reports Navy Seaman Recruit Curt E Feltrop son of Sandy Martin of Barnett recently reported for duty aboard the destroyer USS Arthur W Radford homeported in Nor- i i J Vi - Y

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