Purdy holds party to celebrate nationís birthday

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Tyson Goetz eyed a hot dog on the plate of his mom, Elizabeth Goetz, during the picnic that preceded the annual fireworks show Ken and Julie Terry provided for the Purdy community on July 3. Dad Mike Goetz worked on his meal at rear. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat

Tyson Goetz eyed a hot dog on the plate of his mom, Elizabeth Goetz, during the picnic that preceded the annual fireworks show Ken and Julie Terry provided for the Purdy community on July 3.

The Playboyz, with vocals provided by Greg Cline, provided classic country music entertainment for the crowd at the Purdy fireworks celebration on July 3. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat
A group of girls could not help but break into dance during the concert provided by the Playboyz prior to the fireworks show in Purdy on July 3. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat
Renee Veith and Rhonda Mattingly, left, dished up a full meal for Betty Terry at the Purdy fireworks celebration on July 3, one of many attractions added to make a full evening out of the annual celebration. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat
Mya Cochran, 4, reveled in enough cotton candy to cover her face at the Purdy Independence Day celebration on Tuesday. This was her second year at the party hosted by Ken and Julie Terry for the Purdy community. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat
Pam Roller, left, prepared a cotton candy order for Adelynn Inman as mom Jennifer Inman looked on. The sweet delight was one of many treats available for those gathering for the fireworks show in Purdy on Tuesday. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat
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