Banks of the Okaw

This week’s photo: This "premie" will turn the Big 3-0 in June. He has lived in Fayette County all of his life, and he still loves wrestling, football and fishing. He is the youngest of three boys.

Do you know him? If so, call our office at 283-3374 by 5 p.m. next Monday.
In last week’s photo was: Mike Hobler
Identifying him were: Steve Merriman, Norma Hoyle, Connie Walton, Jay and Sayona Perry, Juanita Workman, Barb Oberlink, Lisa Hoyle, Bill Hoyle, Baylee Workman, Cheryl Roe, Kevin and Rita Guthrie, Jan McDowell, Lona Hoyle, Margo Hoyle, Bill Handegan, and Kathy and Ed McCarty.
This week’s Scrambler: anreongic si tno sibsl; ti si voblinio.
Can you unscramble it??If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374, by 5 p.m. next Monday.
Last week’s Scrambler: To be an entrepreneur is to not be afraid to fail.
Unscrambling it were: RuthAnn Garrison, Wayne and Bonnie Purtilar, Peggy Bowen, Larry Cable, Juanita Workman, DeeDee Diveley, Judy Elder, Ray Morris, Diana Roe, Harold and Loretta Tidwell, Elizabeth Kasten, Cy and Lorene Locke, Andrew Crosswait, Lana Sefton, Evyn Barker, Vicky Workman, Dale and Edith Reindl, and Mrs. Rabe's FINAL fifth-grade class.

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