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tea. Monroe County Appeal, Paris, Mo. Thursday, July 29, 2910 Page 7 The Paris Presbyterian Church held worship service Sunday, July 25. The ushers for this weeks service were Larry Turner and Albert Sink- clear. Patti Grimmett led us into worship service with, " The Lord My Shepherd, I'll Not Want." The call to worship was, "Seek Ye First." Pas- tor John Grimmett led the responsive reading from Psalm 107. He gave the message, "Give and Take." The message was based on the scripture reading from Luke 12:13-21. The special music piece was "I'd Rather Have Jesus." The closing hymn was, "Be Thou My Vision." The benediction response was, "God Be With You." Patti Grimmett led us out of worship service with,"Take My Life and Let it Be." The Paris Presbyterian Church will hold worship service next Sunday, Aug. 1. Sunday school will begin at 9:30 a.m., followed by worship servcie at 10:45a.m. Anyone is welcome to attend. Announcements: PW will meet Aug. 3, at the Church at lp.m.. Pat Reading will be the leader of Lesson 8 and Jean Sinkclear will be hostess. Session will meet Aug. 4, at 6 p.m. Women's Bible Study is the 1 st and 3rd Thursday each month from 6-8 p.m. It will be at Robbie Turners, on Aug. 5 and Aug. 19. On June 26-29, area youth par- ticipated in this year's 4-H Junior Camp program. The theme for the camp was, "Dr. Seuss." Campers ages 8-11 from Pike, Rails, Mari- on, Shelby, Lewis and Clark coun- ties took part in the camp at Camp Inlow near Philadelphia. Counselors for the camp were: Mike Somers, Danny Somers, Brett Waddell, Pike County; MaryKate Coleman, Katy Han- cock, Jeffrey Willingham, Jewel Cannady Rails County; Katie Dames, Katie Rosenkrans, Maddy Bartels, Shelby Rogers, Stephanie Goellner, Ranay Sharpe, Marion County; Brandon McDannald, Clark County; Aron Taylor and Brittany Deters, Lewis County. Macon Electric Cooperative will Contest. The business portion of the meet- hold its 71st Annual Membership Participate in a variety of interac- ing will include the election of three Meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 10. The tive display booths, including: an Directors. Nominees must reside meeting will take place at the Ma- MEC History Display, information in and will represent the following con County Fairgrounds in Macon. on energy audits and rebates, MEC areas: Southern, Central and South- Registration will be open from 4:30 system map, information about western. Those present who are to 6:45 p.m. The business meeting outage restoration, heat pump and eligible to vote will elect the Direc- will begin at 6:45 p.m. Members water heater display, and informa- tars and they will serve a three-year registering will receive a free gift tion on getting setup to view your term on the governing body of the while supplies last. Following the account and pay bills online. Also, Cooperative. business meeting the "Meet the registration will be held to giveaway The Miss MEC Queen Contest Need" Energy Star Appliance Give- a Nintendo DS (for kids 6 through will be another part of the Annual away winner will be announced and 15 years old) and a gas card (for Meeting activities. The preliminary grand prize drawings will be held to teens 16 and 17). judging will take place during the give away a $200 certificate toward Don't miss our Energy Efficiency afternoon with the final judging to the purchase of an Energy Star ap- program on the grandstand stage at begin at the Fairgrounds Grandstand pliance or electronics, and a $600 approximately 7:35 p.m. We will at 6 p.m. Be sure to come out and certificate toward the purchase of an share real life success stories from support the 17 bright young women Energy Star appliance or electronics, members who have taken advantage in this year's contest. Must be present in the grandstands of the Take Control & Save energy Each contestant will be judged on at the time of the drawing to win. efficiency initiative and saved sig- personality, speaking ability and A free barbeque dinner will be nificantly on their bills. Found out over-all presentation. Miss Ashley provided to current members of how Macon Electric can give you Wells, the 2009 Miss MEC will turn Macon Electric Cooperative and money to help save you money! over the title to the 2010 Miss MEC. While at camp, campers took part gan Baumgarte, Mason Baumgar- Della Rodenbaugh, Kalin Shultz, in Dr. Seuss, themed workshops te, Andrew Biggs, Brooke Bruns, Reagan Shultz, Jessica Stinson, presented by the counselors. Katherine Dixon, Ally Huber, Morgan Willing, Logan Wilson, Workshops included poetry, self Danielle lily, Kasey Leake, Mi- Caden Wilburn, Colin Wilburn, esteem, obstacle course, nutri- chael Maier, Kyle Martin, Kara Emily McBride, and Zach Mo- tion, bottle rockets, leadership, Meyer, Roy Rosenburg, Connor Bride. crafts, and conservation. Camp- Shannon, Korynn Stevens, Payton University of Missouri Exten- ers learned social, cooperation Teasley, Teagan Teasley, Sidney sion does not discriminate on and leadership skills through Thomas, Lance Dixon, Malcolm the basis of race, color, national these workshops. The campers Lewis and Erin Martin. origin, sex, sexual orientation, also enjoyed swimming and water Campers attending from Rails religion, age, disability or status games. County were: Adam Baxter, as a Vietnam-era veteran in em- Campers attending from Pike Paige Dameron, MaryLu Jack-ployment or programs County were: Reed Niemeyer, Ke- son, Tyler Jackson, John Matyas, A recent study from the St. Louis in five Americans over a lifetime, protection, sunglasses should have University Medical School re- Although car windshields are par- the ability to absorb and block 99 vealed that nearly 53 percent of tially treated to filter out UVA, the to 100 percent of both UVA and skin cancers in the US occur on the side windows let in about 63 per- UVB light. Wraparound styles with left, or drivers' side of the body. cent of the sun's UVA radiation; a comfortable, close fit and UV- their families. Don't miss a variety of local musi- Ashley is the daughter of Larry and Researchers believe the increase rear windows are also unprotected, protective side shields are ideal. Activities in Floral Hall will in- cal entertainment at the grandstands Laura Wells of Macon, MO. The in left-sided skin cancers may be leaving back seat passengers ex- Polarized lenses to eliminate glare elude: a Health and Safety Exp0,' throughouf ev ning. Enteflalr/J public'is welcome to attend the final from exposure o UV (ultra.violet) posed. There is, however, a solu- are especially good when driving. hx~e and:mterac~tve safe~ ~t~ffi6n- ers wall include" Jamxe Baker jud~iff~ Fthd qti eii!efiitest at~e iradiation while driving. With,,ap~+ tion, Ttanspareat i indow, ifllrrr Als0,1Ookto seeig he;glasses:meet , sttanons f0i etementary i i and mlddle' sax0phone; solmst;" Kathy Hyaft,' Fairgrounds. : proximately 208 rnillion lieetased, screensout'atmost+d Percen' iof ,'ANSt and/or ISO standarda for drivers in the US, people need to UVB and UVA without reducing traffic signal recognition, which school age children and kids turn in vocal soloist and Steve Wilhoit, vo- entries for the Buddy Bear Coloring cal soloist. Car Seat Check Wednesday, August 4 I0 a.n . 6 p.m. Paris Elementary School Crym Open to public Call Monroe County Health Dept at (660) 327-4259 for more information. Mark your calendars and join us for the 71st Annual Membership Meeting of Macon Electric Coop- erative at the Macon County Fair- grounds on Tuesday, Aug. 10. Fri. - Sun. 7 p.m. Economical Concessions I Proud Native of Monroe County.* attended Holliday C-2 School and Paris High School. I went on to attend Stephens College in Columbia. My life's journey has led me back to Monroe County to raise my family and follow my dreams. EXPERIENCE 9tBusiness & Office Management4 Management of Company Employees ~A" Accounts Payable & Receivable ~ ~5+ Years Computer Experience 4 ~o+ Years Exceptional Customer Service 4 Because I am a Full Time Office Manager and a "Full Time Mommy and Wife" I am unable to go to everaj door in the county, so this is my way of saying "Hello and asking for your V__OTE. I am first on that ballot for a reason - ask for each of you to look at the bigger picture and VOTE for the Manager, Organizer, and Leader our County deserl~es. ++ My family and I would greatly appreciate your vote and + + + + sl ppprt on Tuesday, August 3rd! take precautions wherever they visibility, and is available in all means that the lenses permit good can. 50 states. If you have window film color recognition, especially for "People may be surprised to installed, remember that it protects tasks such as discriminating red learn that car windows don't pro- you only when the windows are from green traffic signals. vide complete sun protection," said closed. When shopping for window Skip the Sunroof, Skip the Con- Perry Robins, MD, president of film, be sure to check if the product vertible The Skin Cancer Foundation. "U1- has The Skin Cancer Foundation's Drivers' heads and necks receive traviolet (UV) radiation reaches us Seal of Recommendation. the most UV exposure, so it's no in the form of shortwave UVB and Keep Sunscreen in the Car surprise that the St. Louis Uni- long-wave UVA rays, but glass For those without window film, versity research team found over blocks only UVB effectively." sunscreen should be on hand for 82 percent of skin cancers on the Road trips make great summer quick reapplication during long patients' heads or necks. A solid, vacations, and they can be enjoyed drives. The Skin Cancer Founda- closed roof is your best bet. If safely as long as people take pre- tion recommends reapplying every you have a sunroof or a convert- cautions. The Skin Cancer Faun- two hours. Look for one with an ible top, wear a hat, preferably a dation recommends the following SPF of 15+ and some combination wide-brimmed one (3" or greater ways to protect your skin, particu- of the following UVA-blocking in- all around). At the very least, be larly when spending extended time gredients: avobenzone, ecamsule, sure to apply sunscreen to exposed in the car. oxybenzone, titanium dioxide, and areas of the face, neck and scalp." Treat Your Vehicle to Window zinc oxide. Keep a hat in the car, along with Film Wear Protective Sunglasses your sunscreen and UV-blocking The sun's ultraviolet radiation UV-blocking sunglasses are one sunglasses and you'll have a sun is associated with most cases of of the strongest defenses against protection travel kit to see you skin cancer, which will affect one eye and eyelid damage. For proper safely to your destination. As a Democrat candidate for the office of Monroe County Circuit Clerk, I'd like to introduce myself and my family. My name is Heather D. Wheeler and ! have worked for the Office of Monroe County Circuit Clerk for over 7 years. Raised in Monroe County in Monroe City by my parents Jim and Becky Chinn and Jerry and Bonnie Elliott. I have three brothers and a sister, Heath, Jesse, Adam and Samantha. I graduated from Monroe City R-1 High School in 1995. I pursued further education and returned backto my home town and county. Upon moving back I met my husband and best friend of ten years, Tyler Wheeler. We continued to raise our three TheWheelers beautiful children, 3racie, Hannah and Jackson in Monroe City. Heather, Hannah, Gracie, Tyler & Jackson Running for Office of Monroe County Circuit Clerk has been a 7 year long dream that has now become a reality. I believe that my 7 plus years on the job has prepared me for the road I have chosen and the path that has been chosen for me. On August 3rd, myself and my family would appreciate your vote and your continued support to elect me, Heather D. Wheeler as your next Monroe County Circuit Clerk. Thankyou, For a ride to the polls please call... Paid for by citizens to elect Heather D. Wheeler, Shannon H. Quinn, Treasurer