Janice Alexander (right) donated to MDC the buck deer mount and the archery gear her father, Voris Dibben, used to kill the deer in 1959. Nathan Woodland, MDC supervisor for the Parma Woods Shooting Range, holds the recurve wood and fiberglass laminate bow and wood-shaft arrows. Conservation Agent Doug Yeager holds the mount. Dibben's deer was front page news in 1959 as Missouri's deer herd was still recovering statewide thanks to conservation, and it was the first deer killed in Platte County in decades. The mount and gear will be displayed at Parma Woods Shooting Range.