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The list of O'Hallorans grows to 10 when you add the names of wives of two of the O'Hallorans who married while attending college, . , _,,,,, The, O'Halloran surged on this state university campus began in 1967 when Rick and Steve enrolled as freshmen. That was 12 years ago and since Rick and Steve there have been Bob, Tim, twins Mike and Pat (the girl) and twins Don and Den. Don and Den are 1979 graduates of Chillicothe High School and were the latest of the O'Halloran family to enroll at Maryville. While Rick was attending college he married Brenda Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clithro Anderson, former Chillicotheans who now reside near Braymer. Bob also married while attending college. His wife is the former Marilyn Meyers of Pomeroy, Iowa. There is one more thing going for the O'Halloran family. Not only have all t h e , O'Halloran children attended Northwest Missouri State University, but seven of the eight have or are studying accounting. Featured in a story in the Northwest MiSBourian, the college newspaper this month, Don was quoted as saying, 'It shows how good the accounting profession is.' Don went on to say,'Our father is a CPA-he's the one who got us started. He thought accounting was a good profession...! guess you can say it sort of runs in the family.' It was really Mr. O'Halloran who got the family going to Northwest Missouri State University. He did some work for former President Robert Foster, who introduced him to Northwest. Mr. O'Halloran suggested to his sons and daughter that it would be a good school to attend. Twins Don and Den will conclude the run on Northwest, or at least until some other little O'Hallorans come along. 'I think it's neat that the family went here,' Don told a college newspaper reporter. 'When Den and I were looking for a college, my brothers didn't push Northwest on us. We looked around at other schools in the state, but finally decided to go here because of the academic standards, tuition and the campus,' Don said. Rick graduated from St. Joseph's Academy in Chillicothe in 1966 and bypassed college the first year, enrolling in the fall of 1967 with brother Steve, also a graduate of the now-closed St. Joseph Academy parochial school. Rick graduated with a degree,, in. accounting and , Brenda graduated with a B.A. degree in elementary education and a master's in elementary reading. While Brenda was finishing her college education, Rick worked as finance and supply director for St. Francis hospital in Maryville. Rick and Brenda now reside here in Chillicothe where Rick is an accountant with the firm of Harden-Cummins-Moss- Miller, Brenda is employed by the Chillicothe R-2 school district as a first grade teacher at Dewey school. Steve studied accounting for two years and is now employed as a bricklayer for a Kansas City construction firm. , Bob graduated from Northwest with a degree in ac- counting and later completed his CPA examination. He is now a partner in a CPA firm City. Tim followed Bob ta Northwest, and also graduated with a degree in accounting. He is now an assistant comptroller with Putsch's Restaurants in Kansas City. The first set of the O'Halloran twins to attend Northwest were Pat and Mike. Th»v followed Tim. Mike graduated from NWMSU with a degree in accounting and is 'for the Internal Revenue Service in Kansas City. Pat, lone sister to the seven boys, studied elementary education for two years before leaving college. She is now employed by Harry a CPA in Chillicothe. Not only are most of the O'Hallorans connected with accounting, but all of them have or are working in food service at the college cafeteria. Freshmen Don and Den are the latest of the family to join the ranks. Twins Don and Den, the last the R. J. O'Halloran family to attend NWMSU, haven't made any special plans yet for future, but both will probably work in the field of accounting. the Wa! in history By The Associated Press Today is Thursday, Oct. 25, the 298th day of 1979. There are 67 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1971, Commu- n i s t delegates replaced Nationalist delegates in the Chinese seat in the United Nations. On this date: In 1701, colonial Philadelphia was granted a city charter. In 1854, British forces conducted the Charge of the Light Brigade in Russia in the Crimean War. In 1936, the Axis was formed between Germany and Italy. In 1954, for the first time, a session of the U.S. Cabinet was televised. In 1962, the Cuban Missile Crisis neared its climax as the White House released an intelligence report showing a rapid Russian buildup in Cuba. In 1973, Ajiicfican forces around the world were put on alert amid fears that Soviet troops might be sent to the troubled Mideast. Ten years ago: The United REAL ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 10,1979 11.00 A.M. Lena McCarthy, Estate 1207 Jackson-ChiHicothe, Mo. Modern 2 bedroom home with full basement; living room-dining room combination, family room, detached I car garage. 2 window air conditioners with house. Seller reserves the right to refuse any unreasonable offer: sale also subject to approval of probate court. TERMS: 10% down day of sale--balance at closing. For inspection of property prior to sale day, call Daryl Danner at 646-2949 after 6:00 p.m. Daryl Danner, Auctioneer States and Soviet Union announced that they would soon open Strategic Arms Limitation Talks. Five years -ago: Secretary of State Kissinger and Soviet leader Brezhnev discussed new strategic arms limitation measures in Moscow. One year ago: President Carter named Alfred Kahn to head his anti-inflation effort. Today's birthdays: Singer Helen Reddy is 38. Country Music star Minnie Pearl is 67. baseball player Bobby Thomson is 56. Thought for the day: It is no to blame the looking-glass if your face is awry. -- Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852). . How they voted WASHINGTON (AP) -I Here is how the Missouri I delegation voted in the 249-158] roll call Tuesday by which the defeated an I administration/backed sugar I price-support bill that would I hiked the average I American's food bill by about | A "yes" vote was a vote in of the bill and a no the bill. Voting "yes" were 1021 Democrats and 581 Republicans. Voting "no" were 157 Demo-1 crate and 92 Republicans. "xxx" means not voting. There is one vacancy in the House. MISSOURI Democrats -- Boiling, yes; I Burlison, yes; Clay, no; Gephardt, no; Ichord, yes; Skelton, | Volkmer, yet; Young, no. Republicans -- Coleman, | yes; Taylor, yes. Fall

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 25 Oct 1979, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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