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Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois • Page 31

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Decatur, Illinois
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Herald Review, FOCUS, Wednesday, March 9, 1988 Focus- JEFFREY P. JENSEN, a sen- I Amber McDaniel, Jody Stickles, Melissa Punches, Marc Thomas, Tammie Stogsdill, Todd Hart, Toni Adams, Tony Cassity, Anita Wright, Diana Ellis, Bill Ragan, Lisa Fair, Doug Budde, Belinda Derby and Stephen Lindsay, students at Argenta-Oreana High School, have been nomintated for inclusion in the 22nd annual edition of "Who's Who Among can High School Students." ior at Stephen Decatur High School, is a National Merit Scholarship finalist and recipient of a $400 engineering scholarship from the Central Illinois and Matthew Southern, students al Warrensburg-Latham High School; have been named Illinois State ScholsTS- Kevin, son of Jerry and Pat Harmon, plans to major in business administration at the University of Illinois. Jeana is a daughter of Donald and Ozma Karch and will attend Northeast Missouri State. Beth, daughter of Robert and Sandy Kraus, will major in business at the University of Illinois. Chad plans to major in business administration at Millikin University.

He is a son of Kevin and Teresa Rappe. Matthew, son of Del and Sandra Southern, will major in mathematics at Bradley University. SS I sS5S I Vf'M''1; Oooo lv Chapter of the Jeffrey Jensen Illinois Society of Professional Engineers. He is a son of Paul and Diane Jensen of Decatur. BECKY ANDERSON and Diane McLaughlin, students at Mount Zion Junior High School, placed among the top six statewide in a scenario writing contest sponsored by the Illinois Future Problem Solving Bowl and the Illinois Council of Gifted Children.

Becky, a seventh grader, placed second and her scenario was entered in the i national competition. Diane, an eighth grader, placed fifth. KEVIN HARMON, Jeana Karen, Beth Kraus, Chad Rappe DAVID HASTINGS, Tim Parker and Eric Stiverson, members of Boy Scout Troop 122 at Monticello and student at Monticello High School, have earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Hastings, son of James and Patricia Hastings of Monticello, is a senior. Parker, a junior, is a son of Glen and Mark Parker of Lodge.

Stiverson is a son of Jerry and Carol Stiverson of Monticello and a sophomore. -FEDEIL4TED- Writing Business Insnrance RIGHT HUGE OVERSTOCK SHOE SALE Largest Stock of Smce 1904 Ladies' and Men's Shoes in all Central SARA CHAMBERLAIN, Mary Lynn Foster, Kelly McEvers, Carolyn Hoerdemann and Deanna Dopp, all of Lincoln, and Jana Ellison, Eric Wallace and Anne Sherwood, all of Charleston, participated in the Illinois High School Association's speech tournament in Bloomington. STEVEN SUDDUTH, an Eagle Illinois ncc V7 uTT; 75o as All Name Brands, Current Styles Greenberg's OUTLET SHOE CENTER 571 N. Water Corner of Water Cerro Gordo St. 422-5744 Rise L.

Shears P.O. Box 2351 Decatur. IL 62326 (217) 875-5249 INSURANCE scout trom Decatur, was elected Boy Scout director of nuclear safety at the 1988 Eagle Scout Citizenship Program in Springfield. JASON EM- Mt7DT nnna x30 KD IK" A I 2670 E. Garfield Broeking, Steven Sudduth Diana Brisch, Gail Grigg, Steve Kuhn, Shaela Park, Margaret Hunt, Angie Durbin, Jodie wood, Lisa Lee, Jennifer Carter, Kelly Marquardt, Susie Keagle, (Benny Romano.

Owner) I I RonReaco Lee models clothes as well as performs. The Best is Opening Special thru March 31: 1 Free Pad with any carpet remnant I 10 off any special orders 90 Days Same as Cash MM siGir Movable Spas Cerrtral Illinois' Specialist in home spas since 1980. Visit our complete showroom. 2670 E. Garfield 423-0820 Hours: Sat.

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co works through. His secret to success: "They liked my pictures." RonReaco auditioned for "Kids' Beat," a TV show with a children's point of view toward world and national news. "I pray to God I get it" RonReaco said. When not acting, the 4-foot-6, 87-pound boy settles down to life as a sixth-grader. "Acting hasn't affected my school work," he proudly said.

"I get pretty good grades. Nothing has changed. And, I'm happy about that." Mother Judy is his No. 1 fan. "I know this is just the beginning," she said.

"He's a determined child, and you can't go wrong with that" "i'nFECTEd" I HEALTHY UiahAl mJaiM- RonReaco Lee 1 2 Whew Front Orsc InstaH Nw Front Brake Pads 4088 2 Wheel Drum Type Install New Brake Linings $15.00 Extra on Metallic Brakes MARTY'S TIRE CENTER Ph. 877-4744 2760 N. Main Heartworms are often fatal parasites which live in dogs (and occasionally in cats). These are passed on by mosquitos and have become well established in the Macon County area. Since 1984, there have been 798 cases diagnosed.

Heartworms are caused by mosquitos. The signs of the disease are weight loss, tetriarav. couahina. and sometimes death. SATELLITE TV SALES SERVICE Free Programming Save on IRDs Decoders vcr A new product is available for prevention called HEARTGARD.

This is a once a month pill that sttould make the year more convenient for you. It is always safer for your pet and more economical for you to prevent these parasites before they become a health threat. Treatment can be difficult and expensive, but preventive medicine is safe and easy. There is no reason why your dog should suffer and die from heartworms. Have your dog tested and protect you pet NOW! NO ONE CAN BEAT OUR PRICES c.

By STEVE METSCH Herald Review Lifestyle Writer There's a touch of Decatur on national TV. RonReaco Lee appears on "Tom and Jerry's Super Station Funhouse," a cartoon show featured on Turner Broadcasting System. The cable station is broadcast coast to coast. In Decatur, the show airs at 5:05 a.m. and 2:05 pjn.

on Channel 11 (UA Cablesys-tems of Illinois). RonReaco, 11, is of the children featured in the cartoon's segment "We carry pieces of puzzles," be explained in a telephone interview, "and all of a sudden the puzzle becomes animated. Another iscene has us carrying an animated zipper which opens and bal-ioons fly out of it" Being on national TV has Ron-iReaco happy. "It feels good," he admitted, "especially when I found out my jgrandma could watch it." His grandmother is Mary Fakes of Jecatur. Performing isn't new for Ron-Jteaco.

Before he and his parents, Blackie and Judy Lee, moved to Stone Mountain, an Atlanta, isuburb, in late 1985 he took part in Sacting classes with the Decatur 7TNCA and Decatur Park District Jtecreation Department "My mother saw an ad in the Jiaper one day," he recalled. "I earned a few things how to Jantomime, things like that" His father headed south when Jie got a job with Lockheed Once again, the acting bug bit RonReaco. He found an agency and began modeling clothes on TV ids for an Atlanta department itore. He also portrayed a football player for a building supply store's TV commercial. The exposure worked.

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Maximum 5 players to 1 Pro. Classes for All ability levels, beginning the week of March 31 Beginning Advanced Beginner (Women sMuesday Noon (Women's)-Monday A.M. Wednesday A.M. tuesoay i whsmo m. Wednesday P.M.

VTHE FUhl I CASH PRIZES! I I Wearinofthe 1 13 TfM -Ljr Green Contest VVj YiK Best Costume cSVOnMKVS OlM Sat. Night Dance JSVZcCVaS Ml JLiXrr. TEDDY BEAR and Jttfgj the CUBS "SHfK, 7 member 50's 60's JfO WZtZy group from St. Louis Ettpr Tickets 5 ea. Advance or at the door KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS 520 E.

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