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FBLA Chapter receives honors

The Gallatin Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America was honored at the 40th annual FBLA Conference held in Columbia April 18-20.

The Gallatin Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America was honored at the 40th annual FBLA Conference held in Columbia April 18-20. The chapter received certificates of recognition for the following programs: In Praise of Age, Reach Out and Care, and Environmental Awareness. Camp Quality, a camp for

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Lois Boon d. 1999

Funeral services for Lois Boon, formerly of Jamesport, were held today, April 28, at Shelburne Baptist Church, southwest of Trenton. Arrangements were by Whitaker-Eads Funeral Home, Trenton. Burial was at Shelburne Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Shelburne Cemetery.

Lois Jean (Harris) Boon, 67, Trenton, formerly of St. Joseph, died April 23, 1999, at a Trenton health-care center.

Mrs. Boon was born near Jamesport. She lived in St. Joseph

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Billy Shipers d. 1999

Funeral services for Billy Shipers, brother of Jack Shipers of Gallatin, were held April 21 at Troy Suggs Funeral Home Chapel, Dallas, Texas. Interment followed in Laurel Oaks Memorial Park in Mesquite, Texas.

Billy Gene Shipers, Balch Springs, Texas, died April 17, 1999, in Dallas, Texas.

Mr. Shipers was born in McFall.

Additional survivors include his wife, Betty Jean Shipers; one son, Billy Gene Shipers Jr.; four daughters, Kathy Pauley,

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Lloyd Philips d. 1999

Funeral services for Lloyd Philips were held April 25 at Whitaker-Eads Funeral Home, Trenton. Burial was at Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery, Edinburg.

Lloyd G. Philips, 92, Trenton, died April 23, 1999, at a health-care center in Trenton.

Mr. Philips was born in Trenton. He farmed all of his married life in the Jamesport area. He was a member of the Jamesport Methodist Church.

In 1929, he married Nelle

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Howard Larkin d. 1999

Funeral services for Howard Larkin were held April 17 at the Cornerstone Church in Chillicothe. Arrangements were by the Norman-Wagy-Gordon Funeral Home in Chillicothe. Burial was in the Lock Springs Cemetery.

Howard Lester Larkin, 77, Lock Springs, died April 14, 1999, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City.

Mr. Larkin was born in Burt, Mich. He attended school in St. Charles, Mich., and moved to his farm east of Lock

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Local Church News 4/25/99

First Assembly of God

Brother Bennett’s message was from II Kings 5:10-12. Prayer requests: Treva Meppelink, Harold England’s mother, Ralph and Elizabeth Moore, Gloria Lint’s brother, Lee Robertson, Mildred Thompson and Jerald Carlson.We had 75 in our morning service. The special was by Wilburn and Mary Lou Bennett.

Sunday night was the fourth Sunday sing and share service. We had several specials by different members. Bro. Clyde Lint read from

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Card party for Frances Brewer

Frances Brewer will be 90 on May 6. Cards may be sent to her at 19329 240th St., Jameson, MO 64647.

Frances Brewer will be 90 on May 6. Cards may be sent to her at 19329 240th St., Jameson, MO 64647. Mrs. Brewer has one daughter, Leota Snyder, three grandchildren, four step- grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, nine step-great-grandchildren, and four step-great-great- grandchildren.

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Buzz the Bee lights at Head Start

Buzz the Bee of the Daviess County Health Department visited Gallatin Head Start last Thursday, April 22. April is National Immunization Month.

Buzz the Bee of the Daviess County Health Department visited Gallatin Head Start last Thursday, April 22. April is National Immunization Month. Buzz told the students that “every little sting prevents bad things” and to “be wise — immunize.” Buzz has visited about 85 preschoolers in the county,

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Court of Honor held for Troop 167

The rank of Star Scout was conferred upon Brad Edwards. Receiving First Class Scout awards were Keith Ayres, Kenny Lee and D. Worthington. There were 31 merit badges awarded at the Court of Honor.

Boy Scout Troop 167 of Winston held a Court of Honor at the Winston United Methodist Church on April 25 to confer awards on scouts who have advanced in the program. The rank of Star Scout

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