Drexel Findley has to work a double shift when the McFadden twin boys come to the barbershop. Kirk is presently getting a trim while Taylor and Dad watch to see if everything goes well. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. James R. McFadden.
GOOD FRIENDSHIP AND GOOD FOOD...That’s a great combination. It was quite evident at the recent social hour sponsored by Union Electric for the school and business community of Plattsburg. Shown enjoying the buffet by Bert and Ernie’s is, left to right: Fred Vanderau, Roger Cissner, Marsha Brewer and Kim Tongue.
Unlikely neighbors at St. Ann’s Catholic Church
Levi Mallen, age 4, stepped in for a closer look on Sunday morning as this young barred owl hides against the wall at St. Ann’s Catholic church in Plattsburg. Levi is the son of Patrick and Laneah Mallen of Gower.
Parishioners at St. Ann’s were surprised Sunday when a barred owl came to visit. The owls were discovered as the church began to eliminate a tree on their property. Once they found the owl nest, the church stopped the removal of the tree until the young owls leave the nest. Only two babies remain.
The conservation department was called for advice on the situation.
Three barred owls were recently released back to the wild near Clarksdale, Mo. A resident was cutting down a partially dead tree when the owlets were discovered. A local conservation agent was able to transport the owlets to Lakeside Rehabilitation center at Swope Park in Kansas City. After spending more that a month there the juvenile owls were released.
According to the Conservation Department, four species of owls are usually found in northwest Missouri – Barred, Barn, Great-Horned and Screech owls.
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