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 Dawn Stoten Was 1982 Jubilee Days Queen


Dawn Stoten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Stoten of Carthage, was named the 1982 Jubilee Days Queen last week. Queen and princess candidates included Amber Butcher, Brenda Belcher, Stephanie Jones, Christy Van Duyn, Cindy Jackson, Obi Little, Gina Anderson, Teresa Crump, Sara Lewis, Holly Knott, Wendy Weimer, Rebecca Hinton, Michelle Leonard, Cathy Cunningham, Jody Palmer, Kathy Roderick, Pam Trimnell, Becky Vanosdol, Beth Armstrong, Jennifer McIntosh, Dawn Brooks, Tammy Wade, Cheryl Bearhope, Dawn McRoberts and Diane Zinkan.

KHS music awards were presented last week to Monica Price, Dana Queener, Gretchen Wood, John Steurer, Kim Beavers and Kevin Kinnaman. Mike Stevens, Mary Wallace, Holly Burgess and Jeff Brummett were recipients of the drama club awards.

The third annual Jubilee Days Baby Contest was a huge success last week. Winning babies included Brown Eyes, Amanda Meeks, daughter of Karen and Wade Meeks; Blue Eyes, Jessica Rumple, daughter of Frank and Opal Rumple; Lightest Hair, Cheryl Chew, daughter of Danny and Tammy Chew; Reddest Hair, LK Knott, son of Joseph and Jana Knott; Most Sober: Keitha Mueller, daughter of Bob and Bonnie Mueller, and Graham Trainor, son of Paul and Sherry Trainor; Biggest Smile, Maya Gossett, daughter of Beth and Don Gossett of Knightstown; Biggest Eyes, Sarah Beth Chew, daughter of Judy Chew; Longest Lashes, Jessica Mills, daughter of Greg and Debbie Mills; Curliest Lashes, Amber Whitfield, daughter of Reggie and Rhonda Whitfield; Swimsuit, Amanda Meeks, daughter of Karen and Wade Meeks.



Michelle Voris was crowned queen for the 1977 Jubilee Days Festival. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Voris of Knightstown.

Jubilee Days winners in various events included pet show contestants Michael Ray, who won for best cat; Brian Hulse, best dressed pet; Brian Jones, best dog; Matt Trieschman, judges’ favorite; Diane Ertle, best bird, fish or reptile; Sandy Ray, most unusual.

Also entered in the pet show were Terry Lee, Dawn Gaddie, Jackie Lakin, Lori Lakin, Dale Pitts, Randy Jarvis, Jenny Jarvis, Leanna Lakin, Kelli Dudley, Johnny Steurer, Debbie Hulse, Pat Reeves, Cindy Morgan, Becky Ray, Debbie Moore, Jay Moore, Tonya Scott, Julie Welsh, Tom Welsh, Amber Walker and Melissa Jarvis.

The annual canoe race for charity from Knightstown to Carthage included winners in three categories. Linda and Roger Haynes won the mixed division; Jeff Hamm and Bill Gorman won the aluminum division; and Dave Hulse and Rusty Johnson won the fiberglass division. Steve Dick and Frank Renfro were named “favorite team” by fellow canoers after tipping their craft several times while maneuvering the 6 ½ -mile course.

Stephanie Jones had the judges’ favorite in the Doll Show Saturday. Other winners were April Elliott, prettiest; Susan Ferrell, best dressed; Heather Springman, best home made; and Melissa Elliott, most unusual. Others competing included Ginger Ann Scott, Tonya Scott, Rozell Gatmaitan, Susan Stanley, Shelly Sharp, Heather Whitesitt, Davina Reeves, Jenny Jarvis, Angie Anderson, Kelly Jo Dawes, Mary Wallis, Robin Prater, Linda Prater and Amber Walker.

Rodney Schmidt won the Little 50 bicycle race, finishing 12 seconds ahead of second place man Lanny Dean. Mike Neal was third. The mini-bike races for kids ages 9-11 were won by Mike Wade, Scott Neal and David Lukens. Scott Myers won the one-lap Pee Wee race, while Alan Manche was second and Eric Rogers third.

The 50-yard big wheel feature was dominated by the Lane family. Brent Lane came from behind to defeat Kent Lane, while Chris Roberts was third.