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Exchange vows

Seanica Howe and Tyler VanHoutan were married in May.

Seanica Howe and Tyler VanHoutan were united in marriage Saturday, May 29, 1999, at the First Church of God in Poplar Bluff. The Rev. Mark Book of Piggott performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father.

The bride is the daughter of Johnny and Rhonda Howe of Qulin. The groom is the son of John and

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Engaged

Linda Gardner will marry James Cox

Ronnie and Donna Gardner of Pattonsburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Allison, to James Cox, son of Garrett and Pam Cox of Coffey. Linda is a recent graduate of Pattonsburg High School. James is in the Army, currently stationed in Aberdeen, Md. No wedding date has been set. [Submitted Photo]

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Field trip

Gallatin R-5 biology and ag classes recently took a field trip to Wallace State Park.

Gallatin R-5 biology and ag classes, under the supervision of Mr. Steigerwalt and Mr. Croy, took a field trip to Wallace State Park near Cameron from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sept. 22, 1999. While at the park, the students identified and collected leaves from several trees to use in their leaf collections for both classes.

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Club notes

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Daviess County Business Women’s Association met Sept. 14 at Breadeaux Pisa. Allison Spidle and Chanel Burge entertained the women by recounting their experiences at the week-long session of “Girl’s State” in Warrensburg in July.

Preceptor Zeta Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Sept. 13. Linda Adkins, program leader, arranged the meeting at Carolyn Peterson’s home, east of Hamilton. She gave the history of

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Winston depot needs train

The Winston Historical Society has formed an R&D committee to search for a train for the town’s historic depot.

The Winston Historical Society recently formed a Research and Development Committee. The committee’s first project will be to conduct a feasibility study to see about obtaining a train at the depot in order to add interest to the site.

The committee hopes to eventually form a team composed of persons with

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In WJC production

Serena Irby will be in a William Jewell College theater production.

Serena Irby, daughter of Dr. William and Barbara Irby, will be playing the character of the Cab Driver in William Jewell College’s fall theater production of “The Hot L Baltimore.” Serena is a senior studying elementary education at the college.

Missouri playwright Lanford Wilson’s “The Hot L Baltimore” is a bittersweet comedy involving an array of characters living in

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At mock interviews

Local students attended a mock interview event at KCOM

Lee C. Rogers, son of Bob Rogers, Gallatin, and Madelynn Adkison, Jameson, attended Mock Interview Day at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) earlier this fall.

Lee, a third year student at Truman State University in Kirksville, is a member of the PRIMO (Primary Care Resource Initiative for Missouri) Medical School Preparation Program sponsored by KCOM. The workshop addressed many

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Burke-Egger vows

Jennifer Burke and Kirby Egger exchanged wedding vows on Sept. 4.

Jennifer Denise Burke, Gallatin, and Kirby Brent Egger, formerly of Gallatin, exchanged wedding vows during a double ring ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 4, 1999, at the First Baptist Church in Gallatin. Jennifer is the daughter of Junior and Sharon Burke, Gallatin, and Brent is the son of Mike and Roxanne King, Princeton, and Bill and Jacque Egger, Guymon, Okla.

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Weekly church news

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Jameson First Baptist

Rev. Jean Osborn’s morning message was “F.A.I.T.H. Ministry.” Scripture was from Deuteronomy 31:9-13. Missionary birthday was given by Amanda Bohannon. Offering bearers were Mike and Amanda Bohannon. Special music was “Follow Me” by Leota Snyder on the organ. “Friends Day” will be Oct. 24.

Prayer needs: James Osborn, Coleman Franks, Howard Bailey, Harry Rice, LaVerne Drummond, Shirley Smith, Betty Barlow,

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