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Gallatin honor rolls announced

Fourth Quarter and Second Semester

The Gallatin R-5 High School fourth quarter and second semester honor rolls have been announced as follows:

Fourth Quarter

Principal’s Honor Roll (4.0-4.1) — Senior Chanel Burge, juniors Jamie Burnett, Rochelle Davitt, Kara Sullenger; sophomore Austin Story; freshmen Roxanne Davitt, Jamie Lunsford; eighth graders Keira Story, Katie Ward; seventh graders Emily Gay, Kyle Hefley, Kelsie Parker and Lindsey Robertson.

A Honor Roll (3.66-3.99) — Seniors

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Gallatin Chapter of DAR

DAR held their meeting on May 10 at the McDonald Tea Room.

The Gallatin Chapter of DAR held their meeting on May 10 at the McDonald Tea Room. There were 11 members present. Officers for the coming two years were elected: regent, Beverly Ward; vice regent, Lucille Bruce; recording secretary, Mary Lee Froman; treasurer, Fallis Froman; corresponding secretary, Elizabeth Reno; registrar, Anne Schweizer; historian, Elizabeth Reno; chaplain, Lucille Bruce. Fallis

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P.E.O. Sisterhood

Louise Hass, president of Missouri chapter BQ in Gallatin served as a delegate of “P.E.O. 2000: The Marguerite Millennium”

Enjoying “P.E.O. 2000: The Marguerite Millennium,” the Missouri State Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood held their 107th annual convention recently. Louise Hass, president of Missouri chapter BQ in Gallatin served as a delegate. Convention attendees met and discussed several educational and philanthropic topics and projects. P.E.O. is an international women’s organization

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Pattonsburg Community Betterment Club

Club met May 23, 2000, to sort books at City Hall.

The Pattonsburg Community Betterment met May 23, 2000, to sort books at City Hall. Five members attended. Our next goal will be a tree project/grant for C Hwy. and Central Blvd., to be approved by the city board. The group is also working on a revised Community and Business Directory, community library, hours to be open and library cards.

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Card shower planned for Nortons’ anniversary

Robert and Mildred Norton celebrate 47th wedding anniversary on June 3.

A card shower is planned for Robert and Mildred Norton, Rt. 1, Jameson, 64647, in honor of their 47th wedding anniversary on June 3. They were united in marriage in Bedford, Iowa.

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Coffey post office announces new hours

The U.S. Postal Service has announced plans to change the hours of the Coffey Post Office.

The U.S. Postal Service has announced plans to change the hours of the Coffey Post Office.

Effective July 1, the new window service hours will be Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m; and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.

“We will still offer the

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Hayley Michelle Michael

Andrew and Caleb would like to announce the arrival of their sister, Hayley Michelle Michael. Hayley was born May 18, 2000, at North Kansas City Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 21 1/4 inches long. Her parents are Doug and Angel Michael of Gallatin.

Hayley has 13 grandparents! Maternal grandparents are Danny and Janie Hartwell, Nixa. Paternal grandparents are David and Kayla Michael, Gallatin. Maternal great-grandparents are

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Loopholes still left open

By State Sen. Sam Graves

By State Sen. Sam Graves

As promised, I will continue to talk about the bills which passed and did not pass this legislative session. One particular bill benefitting local communities and schools was defeated during the final hours of debate on the Senate floor.

Senate Bill 851 was intended to prevent local law enforcement agencies from circumventing the existing law in order to keep a

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Missouriana

Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

A review group recommends Bill Clinton be disbarred because of “serious misconduct” in the Paula Jones case. If this catches on, we’ll soon have a major lawyer shortage.

The recently adjourned session of the General Assembly left such a mess at the state Capitol that environmental officials may declare it contaminated.

One down-and-out Missouri farmer believes agricultural income won’t improve until somebody figures out how

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