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If you have any questions you can contact any of the churches in Lockwood. Wednesday Lunch and Bible Study: Lockwood United Methodist Sunday School: Sunday Evening Service 6 p.

Tuesday Team Kids 3: Wednesday Bible Study 6 p. Pastor Dwight Steeley Sunday School 10 a. Everyone Welcome N. Dwight Steeley, Pastor Church Services Greenfield United Methodist Worship: The goal of the tour was to explain career opportunities available as a result of successfully participating in programs. They also utilized technology.

As juniors and seniors, the sending high. Sports Scoreboard by Bob Jackson The high school boys and girls basketball season got underway last week with non conference games. Tournament play at 7 different sites for boys and girls continues this week. In the state football finals, Lamar won its 4th straight Class 2 title and Webb City won its 5th straight crown. Marionville finished 3rd in the Class 1 rankings.

No SRVC team were in the top ten. The Greenfield boys and girls swept the Everton teams with the boys winning and the girls winning It was the first win for both new Greenfield coaches. The Tigers, the next night, also won both games over Everton.

Boys and girls The Bearcats beat Niangua in boys and girls games: The Tiger boys lost to Greenfield and to Lockwood The Lady Tigers with only 5 players on the team fell to Greenfield and lost to Lockwood The Cardinal lost to Crane The Miller boys play in the Marionville tournament this week. Both Pirate teams lost in their first games.

Crane 69 Ash Grove boys 39 and Lockwood girls. The name was changed to the Dennis Cornish Classic in the past years. Cornish, a Golden City grad, is the only Dade County basketball coach to win a state title. He retired as school principal. Games at Lockwood this year will be 4 games on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Expect a full house for the games on Friday and Saturday.

Class 1 Valle Catholic 49, Westran Class 2 Lamar 30, South Calloway Class 3 Oak Grove 49, John Burroughs Class 4 Webb City 48, Cape Central Class 5 Columbia Battle 25, Nixa Everton girls tourn Lockwood boys tourn Humansville boys tourn Diamond girls tourn Marionville boys tourn Ash Grove girls tourn.

Lockwood boys tourn Diamond girls tourn Humansville boys tourn Marionville boys tourn Ash Grove girls tourn. Students who complete a program at Scott Tech are ready to enter the workforce with credentials in their area of.

This is an excellent opportunity for students to earn work-place credentials and college credit. Thursday, December 4, Breakfast: Chicken Alfredo, Breadsticks, Fruit, Salad. Friday, December 5, Breakfast: Monday, December 8, Breakfast: Tuesday, December 9, Breakfast: Wednesday, December 10, Breakfast: Thursday, December 11, Breakfast: Friday, December 12, Breakfast: This is a short week with Thanksgiving.

A young family in Everton, Jimmy and Jammie Maggard Nichols and their two children, lost their home and all their belonging to a house fire. The school is putting together a fund raiser to help this family out. For more information you can contact the school at Any act of kindness would be very much appreciated by this.

Deepest sympathy to the families of Kenneth Mallory. His wife, Linda, was the Everton School secretary and bookkeeper for many years. Keep this family in your prayers. The former Sue Hurd Harley passed away recently. She has a daughter, Lisa, that went to school at Everton. Sue is a sister to Fabian Hurd of Everton.

They just recently lost a brother, Allen Hurd, this summer. Keep all their loved ones in your prayers. Wade and William have both had strep throat and had to miss some school.

William has had a bad school year so far as he has had a lot of problems with virus, etc. Of course, MiMi kisses all over him and then finds out the next day he is sick. As Uncle Jacob says,. But they sure are loveable. On Saturday morning, I got up and stained some more boards. Fixed breakfast for Jacob. Then Kelbey and Asa came to help work cattle.

I headed to Springfield to do some shopping and proud to say, after 5 hours in Springfield, I have over half of it done. They enjoyed a movie and supper out. After lunch, the guys helped Asa work his cattle.

Kelbey had several of the school gang over and they visited and had snacks in honor of Danny Giddings being back in the states after being gone in the Peace Corp. Lori Byrnes and Jeff Nentrup arrived later. Larry Coose opened the meeting with prayer. Motion by Tina Schnelle to approve the agenda for business as presented. Second by Kirk Neill.

Motion by William Stefan to approve the consent agenda as presented with the exception of payment to NetVision and Kirk Neill.

Second by Tina Schnelle. Second by William Stefan. Larry Coose and Kirk Neill abstained. Bruner updated the board on plans for the One to One Initiative with technology set to begin in January with selected high school classes.

Second by Larry Coose. Municipalities Motion by Adam Whitesell to adopt a resolution authorizing the Resolution district to participate in the Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation Initiative and matters related thereto.

The high school is averaging students each Tuesday and Thursday for tutoring and credit recovery. Rogers has scheduled Hillyard Maintenance Supply for training on equipment and chemical use. A school calendar with the option of a 4 day week was presented to the board for review. Motion by Lori Byrnes to go into executive session to discuss personnel pursuant to articles Motion by William Stefan to go out of executive session. They had a great visit. They played against Everton.

Kelbey had to keep telling us who some of the students were. Former Everton graduate, Jon Flowers, is the coach for Everton this year. Everton girls only have five players, but they played their hearts out and kept running up and down that court. Their sixth player is out with a knee injury, Abby Hargis. Wishing her a speedy recovery. This was the first game of the season so we came out to see two of our cousins play, Gavin Vandegrift and Ethan Vandegrift.

I really hate to take a lot of lip from my favorite son-in-law, Asa. He keeps teasing me that. Pasta had not been invented. It was macaroni or spaghetti. Curry was a surname. A take-away was a mathematical problem. Sounds like a leaning tower somewhere.

Bananas and oranges only appeared at Christmas time. All chips were plain. Rice was a milk pudding, and never, ever part of our dinner. A Big Mac was what we wore when it was raining.

Brown bread was something only poor people ate. Oil was for lubricating; fat was for cooking. Tea was made in a teapot using tea leaves and never green. Cubed sugar was regarded as posh. Chickens didn't have fingers in those days. None of us had ever heard of yogurt. Healthy food consisted of anything edible. Cooking outside was called camping. Seaweed was not a recognized food. Sugar enjoyed a good press in those days, and was re-. I got in trouble for clapping for Everton.

My heart will always be Black and Gold and I will be yelling for the names of my grandchildren. Unless Asa names his son Big Blue. Our sympathy to the Charles of families Killingsworth, former resident of Greenfield. He will be sadly missed by his families. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families at this time. On Monday afternoon, our mother, Betty Vandegrift, underwent eye surgery. Sister, Linda Coble, took her. She did great and then she had to go back on Tuesday to get the patch off.

She will have the other one done right after Christmas and I will take. Surprisingly muesli was readily available. It was called cattle feed. Pineapples came in chunks in a tin; we had only ever seen a picture of a real one. Water came out of the tap or water bucket. We had a deep well. If someone had suggested bottling it and charging more than gasoline for it they would have become a laughing stock.

The one thing that we never ever had on our table in the fifties Harris at the nursing home in Lamar. Dorothy and Bill drove up from Arkansas to help put the dinner on. Sure was nice of them.. Louis to attend and see Ron. Cesare Kleeman came for a visit and to. Now her vision should be really good.

She can go even more now. On Tuesday afternoon, Kim Jones brought his mother to Springfield for an eye appointment and then he met me later and we went Christmas shopping. Boy, was he excited. I am off work on Wednesday so I will be turning my news in early on Tuesday.

So sad to see them burn down a town that is home to several and what is it proving. Now people are without a business, job, etc.

Good for Jerry Wolfe who brought the bell back for the next winners. We had guest from as far away as K. The church had a laying of the hands on Ron this morning and the Crawfords came for prayer this afternoon.

We have such wonderful prayer support. Thanks to everyone for all the thoughts, phone calls and prayers from our good friends.

Boy, the weather sure did a turn around today. Nice and warm this morning and freezing this evening. Clea Kleeman is doing my running this week. What do you do without good families. Twilla and Jules Hollingshead came in to eat. Good time had by all. We do appreciate what all the volunteers do for us. Every one have a safe and Blest week. After serving as a student assistant at the University of Arkansas and an assistant coach at Southwest Baptist University in the past five years, Cole coached defensive tackles at Glendale last season.

He came to Greenfield this season with a chance to install his own system, instill his own coaching philosophy, and run his own program. The Wildcats posted a record this season, but the mere fact that Greenfield had a season says a lot about his assistant Cole, coaches, and the players who snapped a chin strap for the Wildcats this fall. This tale of perseverance and teamwork begins last June. The numbers were low over the summer, but Cole and his assistants assumed that more kids would come out for football as August got closer.

There are some other differences, too, such as the field being 20 yards shorter in 8-man. Defensively, it is very different. It is very hard to be fundamentally sound and still get pressure on the quarterback. Most of the time, you have to play man coverage and send an extra guy so they do not have all day to throw. The game definitely depends on which team has the best athletes.

What the Wildcats did not have was experience playing 8-man football. Add to the lack of experience the fact that Greenfield was limited in numbers to begin with, and the Wildcats had to basically learn a new sport on the fly in just a handful of practices.

It looks like "regular" football, but 8-man football features fewer linemen, more wide open attacks and lots of points. There are several different rules. We could not do a lot of tackling drills for the risk of getting someone hurt. If we lost one person, we might not be able to play the game that week. About half of the team played every snap this season. I think that speaks to their character and work ethic more than anything. There was never any complaining.

Some of the players got hurt, but they just kept swinging and fighting. Cole was left to work the phones trying to put together a schedule for the Wildcats. There are 20 other 8-man football teams in Missouri, but most of them are scattered up north along the Iowa border.

Most of them already had their schedules filled, too. The schedule gradually came together, but it was often a week-to-week proposition. The main issue with scheduling was the travel distance. We were fortunate that some schools consolidated, so that freed up some games and we picked those up.

There were plenty of fans on hand, most wearing blue, black and white, and many curious as to what they were about to witness. The Wildcats, who lost the game to the far more experienced Warriors, received a baptism by fire. The style of the game is suited to wide open, high scoring games.

In fact, Albany would go on to average almost 62 points per game in its nine wins this season, including games of 84 and 88 points. The entire offensive and defensive philosophy is different between 8-man and man football. Cole, who had been waiting for his opportunity to be a head coach, had to scrap his entire playbook and start from scratch.

A lot of teams we faced ran the veer option, and it can be hard to defend because it is basically all man-to-man. If one guy missed his assignment or did not make the play, it turned into six points very quickly. Facing teams that were far more experienced with the 8man game, or teams with far more players, a win for the Wildcats was out of the question The Tigers have been playing 8-man football since MSHSAA first sanctioned the sport for the season, and have a couple of state runner-up finishes and the state championship on their 8-man resume.

Greenfield 14 DeKalb In fact, Greenfield was playing its best football when the season ended. Despite the district-opening loss to Tarkio, the Wildcats rewrote the record book with their explosive, quick-hitting passing game. Quarterback Mason Jones, who started the year at wide receiver, threw for yards and three touchdowns on 21of accuracy in the loss to Tarkio, all of which were school records. Tight end Carl Mason caught 15 of those passes for yards and a touchdown.

He had played receiver all his life and had to come in and learn the quarterback position in the second week of the season. He took over and we never looked back. Sophomore Jerrett Esposito was a ball hawk on defense, and led the team in tackles while forcing 12 fumbles and recovering two.

Over half of them played every snap of a football season, and I am not sure how many players around the country can say that. He helped in so many ways. I never had to ask him to stay late and do something. He just gets the job done. He improved the offensive line drastically from game one through the last game. He is the motivator on our staff. He always had a speech to get the guys fired up when we needed it. Speaking of support, the town of Greenfield was unwavering in its loyalty.

With a schedule that included just two home games, the Wildcat faithful made weekly road trips to whatever faraway destination was playing host to their boys in blue. Principal John Hinsley has helped in so many ways I cannot describe them all. Superintendent Jeff Davis has had our back since the first day.

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Several merchants will be open for the evening. The Chamber will be doing a chili supper in the Legion Hall. There will be places to sign up for the drawing of gift certificates to be given away at the lighting of the Christmas tree. Miss Merrie Christmas candidates will be introduced at the tree lighting, also. Come and enjoy a fun evening in town like we did in the old days. We count on the generosity of the community to help fund the cost of the gifts.

You have been so kind to us the last several years and do hope that you will continue to help with this charity. There will be approximately children that are in need of our help.

Ellis, Vice President, P. Box , Lockwood, MO or anyone of the members. There will be drop off boxes at the Dollar General Store in Greenfield as well as at the local banks, where you can leave a new toy if that would be your choice.

Thank you, one and all! Charles Killingsworth, formerly of Greenfield, who now resides with his daughter, Debra, in Carthage, was pleasantly surprised Thursday, October 30, , when T.

He was presented a pin and special award that read: We pay special tribute to you for your military service to America and for advancing the universal hope of freedom and liberty for all. Charles was drafted into the Air Force in , taking his training in. After basic, he was sent to San Francisco and then back to Tucson where he trained as a surgical technician.

Afterwards, he spent much of his time assist-. He was sent to Illinois for a time and then back to Tucson. He also spent time in Kentucky and Newport, Virginia. Charles spent his last two years of service in. When he arrived, they spent much of their time in bomb shelters during the day as they were bombed daily for a while. He was sent to Brazil to fly patients back to the.

United States and then after the war, he was sent to St. Louis to be discharged in October of He came from St. Louis on the train to Springfield and caught a ride to Greenfield with John Marshall Young, who had taken a load of cattle to sell.

He then walked the last mile or so home. There were five Killingsworth brothers in service. Truman Killingsworth was killed at the Battle of the Bulge. Charles married his wife, Geneva, in October of and lived happily for 66 years until she passed away November 30, Charles will celebrate his 95th birthday on December He would appreciate a card. A year-old Greenfield woman was killed and her two young children injured in a one-vehicle rollover Sunday, November 9, , on MO 39, three miles north of Greenfield.

McGuire was northbound in a Chevrolet Silverado at Bowles, 2 and Kierston R. Bowles, 6, received minor injuries and were transported by ambulance to Cox South Hospital in Springfield for treatment. Heather was taken to the Greenfield Funeral Chapel.

No one was wearing seat belts, the patrol reports. An old fashioned pie supper was held at the American Legion building in Everton, Saturday night, November 8, with everyone having a good time. A big thank you to all those who donated pies and prizes for this event. Everyone who brought a pie or piece of pie received a prize. A jar of pickles went to Charles and Darlene Graham for being the. A bar of soap was awarded to Jim Willard for having the dirtiest feet. All proceeds brought in went to benefit the American Legion, but the total amount was not available at press time.

Thanks to the auctioneers cryers, Jim and Dennis Rogers for doing a great job and keeping the crowd entertained. Contact Editor Marlene DeClue at or greenfieldvedettepublisher mchsi. No services Bella Vista, Arkansas, dehave been planned. Ellis Leroy Lepp, Jr. Funeral services will be held at 1: Burial will follow in Greenfield A graveside service, under the di- Missouri. The family will receive rection of the Fossett-Mosher Funeral uated from Lockwood friends on Saturday evening from 5: Vernon, was held on Sat- High School, and atto 7: Ver- tended Missouri State University.

Memorial contributions may be non City Cemetery. He worked as a Remade to her young daughters. Online plenishment Manager for condolences may be shared at Ronald Eugene Linder www. Ver- fice in Bentonville, AR. Roderick was an avid field Funeral Chapel. Wilma Fredrica Kenyon, age 95, of A graveside service, under the di- ing time with his family, Marionville, Missouri, formally of Au- rection of the Fossett-Mosher Funeral and was a great role rora, Missouri, passed away at Vernon, was held on Sun- model for his significant p.

VerDavid William Kurz, age 62, of Place. Visitation will be Cassville, Missouri, passed away on Minutes of the previWednesday, October 29, , at Mercy held from 6: Local arrangements have been con- chapel. Our president re4, on Highway 32, 1 mile way Patrol reports. She Investigating the acported on plans for east of Fair Play in Polk was wearing a seatbelt.

Breakfast With Santa and County. Funeral services were held at Burial followed in Greenfield. Cemetery in Jerico Springs, Missouri.

The family received friends on Wednesday evening from 5: Memorial contributions may be made to the Immanuel Lutheran Church. Online condolences may be shared at www. Services were under the care of Greenfield Funeral Chapel. Chamber hopes to create a float for the parade, which will begin at Main Street Baptist Church for an Breakfast With Santa will be at 8: Cookies and hot chocolate; hats and mittens for all the kids.

We are considering cookies provided by various area bakeries. David Cramer is in charge of organizing Christmas baskets to be bid upon at the Ministerial Alliance Chili Lunch that day. Care to Learn, an organization promoted by. Doug Pitt, may become involved in partnership with the Greenfield Chamber for a 5K race, perhaps in March , according to Natasha Myers.

We will pursue this opportunity for sponsorship. Light refreshments and a big bonfire. Motion to approve the September, minutes as corrected, two yes votes. The commission discussed the entrance on FR They will be putting the bid in the Vedette on October 16 and There will be a meeting at the job site on October 27, Bids will have to be turned in by november 10, Dan Long met with the commission and advised that the road will be open today, all is ready to go, can not get in touch with the Sheriff, he is never in his office.

Randy Daniel called the Sheriff and he was in the office and advised that Dan Long is to come speak with him now regarding service needed for the concrete pad at the jail! Long was also informed that Larry Peak is the property owner in Dadeville area where there is question re water gap and item of dispute.

Joe Bowles and wife met with the commission regarding complaining about his road condition and lack of follow through by the commission or township. Bowles was angry, said his piece and stormed out of the of-. Bowles continued conversation with commission and discussed possible procedures for correcting the problem, all the while Joe popped back in and out with comments of dissatisfaction.

Randy Dillon with Viebrock stopped to visit with the commission. There was discussion of steel prices going up, coil is going up, rebar has flattened out, decking is higher now! The commission checked on a drainage problem on W Dade The commission checked on a road complaint on N. Dade 61 and on S Dade Clara Murray met with the commission asking to set up a bounce house on the courthouse lawn for the October Festival.

The commission received a complaint on E Dade Meeting adjourned at 4 p. Funding for law enCommission met October call received from Bill forcement was thrown 6, , at 9: Need some missioner David Rusch everything. Discussion kind of definition of a and County Clerk was all over the map, boat ramp, where the Melinda Wright.

If the signed off on several small children on the ve- COE has permitted the items, letters as presented hicles etc, the benefit of boat ramp, it would fall in by the County Clerk, speed limits and the prob- the legitimate definition Melinda Wright. The lem with enforcing the of a legal boat ramp.

No Commission discussed speed limit in the lake ac- definite conclusion was having fixed the drive- cess areas with boat made at this time. The commission is to have the right to reject any bid! Bid to be run and The project is South Dade Rd The commission received progress invoice 2 on the bridge on FR and the progress invoice 2 on the bridge on FR from Great River.

Gift Certificates Now Available Hours: Monday through Friday 8: We reserve the right to reject news or advertising matter as we see fit. The rummage sale began Friday at 8 a. Many consignments were brought in. The rummage sale continued Saturday with a chili and soup supper from 5 to 7 p.

Also to the businesses who allowed donation boxes to be set up. The trick or treaters started showing up at 5: Due to the cold weather, we had an abundance of children attend the event. A big thanks of appreciation goes to the Greenfield Men's Civic Club for donating all of the candy, and for volunteering their whole evening in helping our residents pass out the. The Society has been able to scan and save the programs in digital electronic format for the benefit of future researchers.

Janette is a well-known and talented local musician. She has provided her vocal, piano and organ skills her entire adult lifetime for church, weddings, funerals and other happenings. Thank you goes out to all of the trick or treaters for making our residents evening memorable. They enjoy seeing all of the children in their costumes. The parade will begin promptly at 1: We are asking the Veterans of our community to be the Parade Marshalls. If you are a veteran in the Lockwood area, please contact American Legion Commander, Kevin White about being a part of this parade.

The Chamber invites all businesses, organizations, clubs, churches, and anyone else that. We would love to have you!! These ladies are working hard to make sure the parade is a huge success and fun for all. If you decide to make an entry, please come by one of the above businesses listed and turn in a description of your entry. Most of all, thank you to all those who came out to share the day. All entries should be lined up no later than If you would like to enter a car in the parade, you should contact Ella Whaley or Chipper Allen.

They have agreed to be in charge of the car entries. We look forward to seeing your creativity at work with the ideas for entries and the decorations. The Lockwood Chamber of Commerce loves doing things for this community!!

Thank you for your support to our businesses and our small town!! Continuing to play the piano has contributed to her quick, happy transition to her new home.

However, over the years the forethought she had to preserve the programs has resulted in a valuable resource to genealogist. The programs often provide.

For example, the pall bearers listed may provide a clue to other family members, neighbors, friends, etc. The Society is interested in collections you may have, too. The work we do today to organize and save records will enhance the work of future genealogists.

Visitors to the Warren Room at the Library are often surprised at the large amount of information available to patrons. You may find an interest in becoming a genealogist yourself. Again, thank you, Janette! Reagen was in his tree stand at 8: Reagen is a mortgage November 6, while hunting near Stockton Lake.

Another drawing for the second quarter of this beef will be held soon. The funds raised go. Two weeks ago my left leg became paralyzed and I also lost most of my strength and energy. Some of us thought I had a mini stroke. Doctor wanted me to enter Mercy Hospital in Springfield for tests which would prove I had not had a mini stroke, so what happened-we do not know.

I was at Mercy for 6 days and have been here at Good Shepherd nine days. My therapy is helping, not fast enough for me! From now on my news will be quite differ-. Most of us here for therapy, etc. You are kept busy here. When you can rest, you rest! I have had nice visits with a number of callers.

Her family served birthday cake to many. How pretty the leaves are from my window here at Good Shepherd. Halloween night was busy here; kids from near and far. Some beautiful and some scary costumes. Plenty of candy, some left over. The Methodist Trunk or Treat had some over kids. I did not make note of the amount of items they fixed. Maybe next week I will have it. Emily Rice and her family recently took a vacation flying to Disney Land in Florida.

And the cold weather did come. Most vegetation got killed. Eating with me at my table in the dining room is Olivia Diefenderfer and Mr. Bob Moss of Neosho. He said he had been a resident here for over two years.

I have a good roommate, Mae Haubein. Kevin Stump is taking treatments now at Little Rock. A stop for snack timeice cream! Community Thanksgiving Dinner, 11 a. For more information call Come play if you dare. Also, there will be domino play. Mark your calendar for Homecoming weekend, Saturday, September 12, Please spread the word as we strive for another successful September Days event.

Any questions can be sent to info lockwoodseptemberdays. It will be held in the Community Building, Everton. For any questions, call Shauna Satterfield or Melissa Maxwell There is no charge for this meal.

Call Shirley Mitchell at if you wish to volunteer, need a ride or delivery. The Dade County Library is again offering amnesty for fines this holiday season. If patrons have returned books late and owe a fine they can bring in non-perishable items to pay for their fines. We are asking that they bring in items that are worth at least half the amount of the fine.

This will start in November and go until January 1, It will held at the Family Life Center in Lockwood. The menu this year is turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, dressing,. There will also be tea at the historic Phelps house for an additional charge.

This is a wonderful opportunity to see beautifully decorated Victorian homes for which Carthage is famous. There is currently less than a two-day supply of. You can help by giving this week at the following location:. Federated Republican Women will meet Monday, November 17, , at 6: Members are 20, 9: Maple Bring a guest. Lane It will be a membership drive and white eleTo be eligible to give phant auction.

Thank you for giving life Funds raised will to your community. If you have never 3: Republican Hope to see everybody there. Members of the public are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served and there will be a brief retirement ceremony at In order to ease preparations, those planning to attend are asked to contact the circuit clerk at You Read This Space. So Will Your Customers.

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