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    Kaitlin Dutton is now Arcadia postmaster, and Galloway Belt is substitute route carrier for Arcadia.

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    Kaitlin Dutton is now Arcadia postmaster, and Galloway Belt is substitute route carrier for Arcadia.
    Dave and Sandy Partridge, Mulberry, were guests at the Arcadia Christian Church on a recent Sunday.
    JOY Sunday School Class, Arcadia Christian Church, recently had its monthly dinner. Those present included Mary V. Shead, Allyn Bridgewater, Garret Leroy, Scott Ball, Cathy Allen, Jintry Walrod, Willa and Charles Cable, Joyce Stephens, Pat and Jim Krieger, Vera and John Parrish, Wayne Parrish, Patty Peterson and Pat Allen. Patty Peterson gave a quote from Russell Simmons, “Forget results you have no control over and don’t bring happiness, instead delve deep into your work until it becomes your prayer.”
    It was noted in the Pittsburg Morning Sun that Tommy Naccarato died recently. His wife, the former Margie Farmer, was a granddaughter of Rollie Scott, who was the Frisco Depot agent at Arcadia and later operated the InterUrban Lumberyard in Arcadia.
    Cory Michael Long and his cousin, Melody Lane, Lexington, Mo., recently spent a week in Arcadia with his grandparents Betty and Lou Dehn.
    Autumn Leaves Senior Citizens met Monday at their building for lunch. Present were Lillie Coonrod, Michelle Castro, Brian Guest, J.D. Odle, Jessie Dunn, Hardie Dunn, Bob Prettyman, Raymond Kalm, who read a story, “Echoes of the Trail,” J.C. Coonrod, Gary Peterson, Jack Payne, Mary Lee Payne, Cathy Allen, Patty Peterson, Kay Burr, Mary V. Shead and Timothy Cressy.
    Thanks were sent to the anonymous donor of Best Choice UPC symbols to the JOY Class for use to raise missions money. The class accepts these UPC symbols from all who wish to donate them. Funds raised help support a mission team in Bosnia and Michael and Chrisi Shead in Guatemala.
    Jodi Dunn recently returned from the Philippines. She and her late husband, Galen Dunn of Arcadia, established a ministry there called Chariots of Fire, and she went to check on the school and ministry.
    Jenny Walters, formerly of Garland, and Amos Cupp, Galena, were united in marriage June 22 at Faith Christian Center, Deer Road, Garland. The bride is the daughter of Jim and Judy Walters, and her father officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the bridegroom are Alex and Rebecca Cupp. The Walters family lived south of Garland several years ago after purchasing the Bob Lord home on Cavalry Road. They moved to Michigan when their daughter was a little girl. Many relatives attended the wedding. The couple will make their home near Columbus.
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