October 11, 2007
MU fans do pushups after the Tigers score a touchdown.
Stacy Griffith, owner of The Buzz Cafe in Sturgeon, talks with customers Liane Huckfeldt, left, and Dick Huckfeldt during lunch rush on Oct. 5. Griffith quit her job at Ke Lani Hair and Day Spa after getting burnt out and opened The Buzz Cafe in Sturgeon, with her husband Bruce Griffith seven and a half years ago.
Stacy Griffith opened The Buzz Cafe, 106 N. Ogden St. in Sturgeon, with her husband, Bruce, 7 1/2 years ago. The change of pace was exactly what she needed.
Steve Calloway, pharmacy manager for University of Missouri Health Care, lost 53 pounds as a part of Weight Watchers.
Linda and Steve Wolf get cozy on the couch of their refuribished farm house in Mexico, Mo on Oct. 3. The two redid floors, knocked down walls and added a deck to make the home just "more comfortable" according to Linda.
After a long day, Linda and Steve Wolf catch up with each other while paying some attention to Katie, their dog, on Oct. 3. Steve has learn to live with Linda's four cats, and Linda tolerates Steve's passion for baseball.
First place winner, Mike Breegemann, warms up his horse, Callaway Set the Bar, before competiting in the Calvary Episcopal Charity Horse Show at the Midway Expo Center on Thursday. His caretaker, Julio DeLatorre, looks on.
In a November 1968 letter to Dean Jack Matthews, David Rolf, President of Mystical Seven, explains the Peace Pipe ceremony held at the Oklahoma University that year.