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Marie Manville

Marie (Gutshall) Manville, 82, Bethany, formerly of Gilman City, died Sunday, Dec. 23, 2001, at

Funeral services for Marie Manville, sister of Carl Gutshall of Jamesport, will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Friday at the First Baptist Church in Gilman City. Burial will be at the Christian Union

Cemetery, Gilman City. Visitation is after 2 p.m. Thursday, at the Roberson Funeral Home, Bethany, where the family will receive friends

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Erma Rains

Erma Ladean (Taylor) Rains, 76, Gallatin, died Sunday, Dec. 23, 2001, at a Kansas City hospital.

Funeral services for Erma Rains will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at McWilliams Family Funeral Home in Gallatin. Burial will be at Hillcrest Cemetery, Gallatin. Visitation is from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

today (Wednesday) at the funeral home, where friends may call after noon. Memorials may be made to the First Christian Church

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Renewing Our Christmas Faith

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

The Christmas season has always been special to America, partly because its observance holds such meaning for those of us who are Christian and partly because it reminds all of us of the magical qualities that make up our society and its remarkable, almost unbelievable blessings. This year’s observance is no less meaningful than those of years past. In many respects it

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Father Time, is he on our side?

by Joe Snyder

by Joe Snyder

Every American, I suppose, will observe the New Year, a year that just about everybody hopes will see an end to the Middle East conflict. I am not optimistic but I hope I am very, very wrong.

Let me tell you why I have this negative attitude.

This past year saw terrorists attack America with hijacked aircraft. Next time the vehicles of destruction may

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Family Daze: Shopping the Net

by Debbie Farmer

Every once in a while I wander from my safe little world of rotary dial phones and manual typewriters and into modern technology. Yes, it’s true.

Take, for instance, my decision to do all of my holiday shopping on the Internet. Of course the immediate advantages of this method are obvious: No crowded malls, long lines, or parking places, plus you can go shopping in red flannel

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Sportsmanship a concern at R-3 school

North Daviess school administrators expressed serious concern about lack of sportsmanship of adult fans

North Daviess school administrators expressed serious concern about lack of sportsmanship of adult fans at district sponsored sporting events during the regular meeting of the R-3 Board of Education.

“We have some fans that are very critical of the referees and some of the players,” said Superintendent Julie Kirby. “We’d rather turn fan participation into a

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Winston R-6 scores highly

2001 Summary of Annual Performance Reports

Winston R-6 School District received 100 of 109 points possible on the 2001 Summary of Annual Performance Reports required by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Winston met all the performance standards on MAP scores for grades three through five; six through eight; and nine through 11. The tests included math, social studies, communication arts and science.

The school also met the

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City adopts budget for new year

Gallatin Board of Aldermen meeting held Dec. 20

Candy Hughes’ and J.D. Lee were presented a framed copy of a resolution recognizing their service with the City of Gallatin during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Dec. 20 at city hall.

J.D. Lee has announced his retirement. Mr. Lee has been with the city since it started its gas project in 1995.

Candy Hughes is planning

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Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

* Depending on age, marital status and home environment, Christmas is either the most exciting or most dreaded season of the year in the lives of Americans.

* There will be a momentary pause in U.S. commerce as a large percentage of those who expressed delight over their Christmas gifts return to exchange them for something better.

* It’s difficult to

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