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Gallatin Clubs

Laureate Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi; Business Women’s Association; Lake Viking Homemakers Club; Chapter BQ P.E.O.

Laureate Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Nov. 17 at the home of Ruth Frost. A family has been adopted by the chapter. A committee has been appointed to purchase gifts. After a review of Beta Sigma Phi, a program “Snuggle Up to American History” was presented by Linda Bridgeman. Several members brought their

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Small Claims Court

Daviess County, MO

Clarke County State Bank of Osceola, Iowa, vs. Colleena Johnson; Gallatin Lumber Company vs. Ansel Tate d/b/a A&T Roofing.

Laveta Hale, plaintiff, vs. Connie Carder, defendant: Judgment was entered for the plaintiff in the amount of $182.19.

Laveta Hale, plaintiff, vs. Robert Bruyer, defendant: Defendant did not appear. Judgment entered for the plaintiff in the amount of $852.92.

Fred Ayres and Daryl Ayres, plaintiffs, vs. Timothy Dahl,

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Land Transfers

Daviess County, MO

Quit-claim Deeds

Partial lot in Lock Springs from James and Alzada Hopkins to James T. Hopkins and Alzada Esther Hopkins.

Trustee’s Deed under Sale

Tract in Salem Township from Lawyer’s Foreclosure Specialists Inc. as trustee for Henry and Belinda Rhoades to Fairbanks Capital Corp. as servicing agent for Homecomings Financial

Network, Inc.

Beneficiary Deeds

Outlot in Gallatin from John F. Mort to Christopher Mort and A. Shad

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Estate of James William Pierce, Deceased.

Notice of Letters of Administration Granted

In the Circuit Court of Daviess County, Missouri

Honorable Daren L. Adkins, Judge

Probate Division Case Number: CV402-27P

In the Estate of James William Pierce, Deceased.

Notice of Letters of Administration Granted

(Supervised Administration)

To All Persons Interested in the Estate of James William Pierce, Decedent:

On November 20, 2002, Paul Pierce was appointed the personal representative of the estate of James William Pierce,

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Coonridge Digest: Thankful…for hope in whatever shape it comes

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Sometimes I just can’t account for tastes…even my own. James Bond movies are silly, they’re violent, they’re sexist, the films stretch credibility ‘til it’s plumb unrecognizable, their extravagance symbolize everything that’s wasteful and indulgent in our society, they’re not especially well written…and I love ‘em. Lord help me, I love ‘em. I may love you too but if your funeral’s on the

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One lesson of life at a time

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

From time to time, particularly when someone happens to disappoint friends or associates, I remember Ned, a skilled Linotype operator who worked for several decades for my father at Stanberry and for a brief period for me. He could be described today as an anachronism, someone whose basic beliefs about life and his place in mankind’s existence seemed to have originated in

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Missouriana

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*It seems only yesterday that U.S. corporations were reporting “record-high profits,” and now the most common phrase is “stock has lost 90% of its value over the past year.”

*The St. Louis Cardinals didn’t strike out, after all. Earlier denied state loans to build a new stadium, owners have received the required millions with state tax credits.

*Scientists say Ozark trees may

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Family Daze: Stuffed …with Thanksgiving traditions

by Debbie Farmer

I haven’t wanted to bring this up, but something strange happens to people on Thanksgiving. I don’t mean that they suddenly change their hair color and go on shopping sprees or anything like that, I mean that something compels otherwise reasonable people to make the same traditional family Thanksgiving stuffing recipe year after year, no matter what.

If you don’t believe me, ask my friend Kathy. Most

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Post Scripts: Texas is Big!

by Joe Snyder

You’re not in Texas very long until a Texan reminds you just how big Texas is – and how crippled the United States would be if it were not part of it. I can understand the natives’ pride in their own state, just as Kathy and I are of Missouri, but Texans can overdo it as seen in the signs they have along the highways: "Don’t mess

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