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Winner at dominos games Friday evening was Virginia Salmon. Door prize went to L.L. Uthe.

Friday evening, July 27, will be pitch party with carry-in supper at 6 p.m.

Menus July 30-Aug. 3

Monday: ham balls, sweet potatoes, vegetable blend, fruit cobbler; Tuesday: catfish, baked beans, cabbage, cornbread, fruit gelatin; Wednesday: chicken barbecue, potato salad, broccoli-cauliflower salad, ice cream, cookies; Thursday: meatloaf, pasta salad, corn, juice, pudding;

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Bobbie and Mindi Peterson and Wyatt Dinwiddie hosted an eighth birthday party for Sean Dinwiddie Sunday afternoon. Others present were J.T. and Loretta Newby, Earl and Joann Carter, Valerie Newby, Emryk Ring, Brent and Marquitta Brown and Kelsey, Rick and Judy Carter and Wyatt and Carsley Crabtree, Jamie Estes, Nate Hendren and Rowan.

Ray and Karen Kuykendall hosted a 10th wedding anniversary reception for Joe and

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Ness is delegate to 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum

Danielle Ness, a member of the Knee-Hi 4-H Club of Gallatin, attended the Missouri 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum and participated in the media tract. Danielle is the daughter of Alicia Chrisman and Adam Ness.

This year the Missouri 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum was held June 26-28 in Jefferson City. The event is the one state event in Missouri solely planned and facilitated by regional youth specialists and program assistants. It

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Landscaping Questions Anyone?

Have you ever noticed the lovely landscaping at Northwest Missouri State University and wondered how they do that? The answer is Gallatin native, Syd Weybrew, III..

Syd is the ornamental specialist and landscaper at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville and has agreed to come "home" to share his expertise with others.

Everyone is invited to attend a presentation and question/answer session with Syd on Thursday, Aug. 2, beginning at

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Helen Rainey

Funeral services for Helen Rainey were held Monday at Copeland Baptist Church in St. Joseph. Interment was at Pilot Grove Cemetery No. 2, Jamesport. Arrangements were by Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Joseph. The family suggests memorial gifts to the Pilot Grove No. 2 Cemetery, Jamesport; or Gideon International.

Helen I. Rainey, 81, St. Joseph, died Thursday, July 19, 2007, at the Living Community in St. Joseph.
Born Sept.

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Frances Turner

Funeral services for Frances Turner were held Friday at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Interment was at Antioch Cemetery, near Jamesport. Memorials may be made to the Gallatin Senior Center.

Frances M. Turner, 90, Gallatin, died Wednesday, July 18, 2007, at the Trenton hospital.

Mrs. Turner was born Feb. 11, 1917, to Sylvan and Ida (Fox) Blackmore in Edgerton Village, Minn. She graduated from Huntley High School in 1935.

Mr.

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Lake Viking Lions install officers

New officers for the Lake Viking Lions Club were installed by Past District Governor Eldon Shipps on Thursday evening, July 19, at the regular meeting of the club.

PDG Shipps is at the far left of the picture. The new officers from left to right area Bob Allen, first vice-president; Terry Jarboe, president; Joyce Dooley, past president and board member; Gerald Cooksey, third vice-president; Betty Cooksey, secretary; Charlene Van Becelaere,

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Lager pushes for repair of lettered routes

by Senator Brad Lager

Although the major focus of the Highway Commission was the regularly scheduled business meeting and a discussion on the Highway 36 project, Senator Brad Lager again delivered his message and concern about the rural roads and lettered routes in northwest Missouri. During a dinner reception the night before and during the Commission meeting the next morning, Sen. Lager thanked the Missouri Department of Transportation for their

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Tomato diseases, fungal, bacterial, and viral

Northwest Missouri Horticulture by Tim Baker

Before I close my series on growing tomatoes, I would like to cover two more topics. While tomatoes are usually easy to grow, they are not without their problems. So this week, I will discuss a few of the common diseases that are found in tomatoes. In my next column, I will cover insect pests of tomatoes.

The most common diseases that infect tomatoes

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