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The News-Leader ANNIVERSARIESWEDDINGS Sunday, November 18, 1990 3F ENGAGEMENTS Allen-Drake - Mr. and Mrs. William C. Allen, Springfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tracy Lynn, to Alan Patrick Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence C. Drake. Ozark. Wedding plans Allen are for Dec. 8 at Mount Comfort Bible Church. Lansdown-Stewart ' Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Lans-down, Springfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Faye, to Randal Eugene Stewart, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Gary Stewart. Hieh- landville. Wed- Lansdown ding plans are for Dec. 15 at First Baptist Church, Highlandville. Powers-Waggoner Max Powers and Linda McDaniel, both of Springfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kayla Lee Powers, to Todd Richard Waggoner, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Tom Waggoner, Powers Springfield. Wedding plans are for Dec. 29 at First Assembly of God, Strafford. Hodgson-Allen Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodgson, LaRussell, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tami Jo, to L. .Gregory Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allen, Lockwood. Wedding plans are for Dec. 29 at Immanuel Lockwood. tSiKji ffsam pSMffi ii in BMwMwea pihks mk''K i Mr. and Mrs. Naegler Naegler Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Naegler, Springfield, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 24 with a reception at University Plaza Hotel, Arkansas Room, 333 Hammons Parkway. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 1 and 5 p.m. Your friendship and love is a cherished gift and they respectfully request no other. 5 Hosts will be their three sons and daughters-in-law. Their seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren will assist. W.J. Naegler and Margaret I. Jones were married Dec. 25, 1940. Rev. and Mrs. Cantrell Cantrell The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Cantrell, Seymour, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 25 with a reception at First Baptist Church, Seymour. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2 "and 4 p.m. Your friendship and love is a cherished gift and they respectfully request no other. Their son, Earl R. Cantrell, is deceased. Roy Cantrell and Arneata Jones were married Nov. 27, 1940, in Marshfield. Mr. and Mrs. Brotherton Brotherton Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Brotherton, Springfield, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner. Their son and daughter-in-law are, Allen and Jo Ann Brotherton. They have four grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Thurman Brotherton and Gwen Hoover were married Nov. 23, 1940, in Springfield by the Rev. Fred Raines. I; Ai - V7 t;r jfy Mr. and Mrs. Compton Vaughn-Compton Teresa Ann Vaughn and Bryan Eugene Compton were married Oct. 6 at Nixa Assembly of God with the Rev. Don Blansit officiating. Parents are Richard and Judy Vaughn and Gene and Gloria Compton, all of Springfield. The bride wore mermaid style white taffeta featuring a sweetheart neckline accented with pearls and sequins on Swiss embroidered lace. She carried red roses and white carnations. Honor attendants were Gayla Lan-drum, Holly Hoyer, Valerie Lewis, Christy Bosserman and Jackie Johnson. Groomsmen were Marty Bosserman, Kevin Revie, Keith Landrum, Jeff Freeman and Travis Marshall. Ushers were Phil Revie and Greg Young. Following a honeymoon to Branson, the couple reside in Springfield. Hodgson Lutheran Church, Patterson-Plaster Mr. and Mrs. Ward Patterson, Springfield, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shana, to Jeff Plaster, son of Joyce Teter and Harold Plaster, both of Springfield. Weddine plans are for Patterson Dec. 22 at Webster Park Baptist Church. O'Connell-Shortt Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Con-nell, Ozark, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Sue, to Clinton Dale Shortt, son of Dale Shortt, Ozark, and Connie Shortt. Wil- lard. Wedding O'Connell plans are for Jan. 5 at Wesley United United Methodist Church. Prince-Eldred Robert Prince Sr., Alexandria, Va., announces the engagement of his daughter, Cary Renee, to John Woodrow Eldred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eldred, 'Springfield. Weddine Dlans are for April 20 nc at Calvary Church of the Nazarene, Annadale, Va. Miss Prince is the daughter of the late Edwina Prince. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Smith Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Smith, Springfield, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 24 with a reception at First Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 1 and 3 p.m. The omission of gifts is requested. Hosts will be their children and spouses: Sharon and Phil Walker, Janis and Jim Goetz, Donna Cart-wright and Steve Smith. Their seven grandchildren will assist. Roy E. Smith and Hazel L. Hill were married Nov. 22, 1940, in Bolivar by the Rev. Blythe. Dr. and Mrs. Clarke Clarke Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Clarke, Springfield, observed their 55th wedding anniversary with a trip to Florida. Their children are, Michael S. and Kathrine Clarke, Kevin and Ann Clarke, all of Springfield; and Rosemary and Wylie Anderson, Cedar Falls, Iowa.' They have seven grandchildren. Michael J. Clarke and Kathryn Stewart were married Nov. 7, 1935, in Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Dooms Cunningham-Dooms Christy Lynn Cunningham and Kirk Edward Dooms were married Oct. 6 at Liberty General Baptist Church, Isabella, with the Rev. Jimmy Kyle officiating. Parents of the bride are Bob and Billye Holderby, Brookline. The groom is the son of Don and Cheryl Moss, Drury. The bride wore white satin with lace overlay featuring pouf sleeves. She carried country blue, navy blue and burgundy mixed flowers. Honor attendants were Traci Davison, Amy Dobbins and Shawna Ball. Groomsmen were David Overcast, Brandon Plaster and Greg Ball. Ushers were Brian Hesterlee and Chip Porterfield. Following a honeymoon to Table Rock Lake, the couple reside in Ava. The groom is self-employed. The bride is with Cox Medical Center South. Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf Glover-Metcalf Kimberly Gayle Glover and Terry Kristin Metcalf were married Oct. 6 at First Baptist Church, Marionville, with the Rev. Danny Evans officiating. The bride is the daughter of Joyce Gaither, Marionville, and the late Geo Glover. Parents of the groom are Raymond and Shirlene Metcalf, Branson. The bride wore white satin and crystalline organza featuring a Victorian neckline accented with seed pearls and iridescent sequins on Swiss embroidered lace. She carried peach and white roses and lilies. Honor attendants were Karla Glover, Shana Metcalf, Katrina Mooney-ham and Lindsey Glover. Groomsmen were Cary McAnnaly, Todd Bolin, Chad Vaught and Ryan Metcalf. Ushers were Brad Cook and Bryant Smith. The couple reside in Aurora. at I fe4 w et w I Mr. and Mrs. Moreland I ft I .'S ' FtiPL 71 Mr. and Mrs. Tuckness Tuckness Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tuckness, Springfield, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 24 with a reception at South Haven Baptist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2 and 4 p.m. The omission of gifts is requested. Hosts will be their children and five grandchildren. Albert Tuckness and Delia Hammond were married Nov. 30, 1940, in Highlandville by the Rev. Willie Maples. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson, Springfield, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Nov, 25 with a reception at Hillcrest Presbyterian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2 and 4 p.m. Hosts will be Wayne, Michael and Ginny Robertson. John Robertson and Marilyn Ellis were married Nov. 21, 1965, at Campbell Avenue United Methodist Church by the Rev. William Cundiff. Moreland Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Moreland, Aurora, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary Nov. 21 at their home. Due to illnesss no special event is planned. However, cards would be appreciated. Their children are Robert, Sarcoxie; Eva Williams, Aurora; and Bill, Crane. They have six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Henry Moreland and Pauline Carney were married Nov. 21, 1930, in Galena by the Rev. J. Taylor. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, Springfield, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Nov. 17 with family and friends at the home of their son. They have three children and six grandchildren. Robert Ward and Bessie Medcalf were married Nov. 18, 1950. Mr. and Mrs. Haralson Barker-Haralson Sanya Marie Barker and Shannon Lee Haralson were married Oct. 6 at First Christian Church, Republic, with the Rev. Bill Sparks officiating. Parents of the bride are Bob and Juanita Barker, Republic. The groom is the son of Bill Haralson and Linda Collins, both of Republic. The bride wore white bridal satin accented with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. She carried red and white silk roses. Honor attendants were Angie Curl, Tricia Haralson and Susan Boice. Groomsmen were Darren Haralson, Mark Fees and Johnny Parker. Ushers nwere Kelly Roberts and Leonard Roberts. A honeymoon is planned for a later date. The couple reside in Republic. The groom is employed with L&W Industries. The bride is with St. John's Regional Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. McNabb Klinger-McNabb Constance Marie Klinger and Gregory Lane McNabb were married Oct. 13 at Shrine of St. Jospeh, St. Louis, with the Rev. Barthel officiating. Parents of the bride are Clifford and Carol Klinger, St. Ann. The groom is the son of Ruby McNabb-Godley, Springfield, and Richard McNabb, Neosho. The bride wore ivory satin accented with iridescent sequins and pearls. She carried pink roses, lavender daisies, ivory gardenias and stephanotis. Honor attendants were Caron Klinger, Kimberly Baum, Tanya Fields and Debbie Yates. Groomsmen were Jeff McNabb, Jeff Henderson, Gary Hay and Duane Wilkinson. Ushers were Christopher Baum and Brook Garrett. Following a honeymoon to Hawaii, the couple reside in Cleveland, Ohio. Johansen-Browning J Marvon Rose Johansen and C.W. Browning were married Sept. 16 at First Christian Church, Sherwood, Ark., with the Rev. Judy Turner officiating. Parents of the bride are Marvin and Rose Mary Johansen, Billings. The-groom is the son of Waddell and Mon-. terie Browning, Benton, Ark. The bride wore white with lace over, lay on the bodice. She carried red roses, and white mums. ; Honor attendants were Annette Hutchison and Diana Browning. Groomsmen were James Browning, Herman Johansen and Nathan Johansen. Following a honeymoon to Eureka Springs, Ark., the couple reside in North Little Rock, Ark. Both are employed with the Arkansas Democrat . Pace-Huff Emily Suzanne Pace and Timothy R. Huff were married Sept. 22 at First Baptist Church, Bolivar, with the Rev Ray Leininger officiating. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Julian Pace, Bolivar. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Huff, Branson. The bride wore ivory Alencon lace over Italian satin featuring a portrait collar. She carried mixed fall flowers. Honor attendants were Sandy Locke, Cynthia Pace, Michelle Thorn-hill, Tracy Hendrickson and Jana Bryant Groomsmen were David Akers, Scott Locke, Mike McBride, Jeff Huff and. Doug Huff. Following a honeymoon to Tan-Tar-A, the couple reside in St. Charles. Alley-Schmidt Deanna Kay Alley and Henry William Schmidt were married Sept. 15 at Eastview Baptist Church, Belleville, 111., with the Revs. Tom Toenjes and Steve Unverferth officiating. Parents are Harold and Dixie Alley, Belleville, LI., and William and Margaret Schmidt, Springfield. The bride wore white satin and lace. She carried white Madonna lilies. Honor attendants were Dawn Alley, Patricia Crane, Pamela Zweifel, Amy Schmidt and Lesa Kagan. Groomsmen were Eric Schmidt, Aloys Schmidt, Kevin Weiss, Kevin Webb and Robert Liefeld. Ushers were Marshall and Roland Alley. Following a honeymoon cruise to the Bahamas, the couple reside in Wel ster Groves. Both are employed with Mercantile Bank. Askew-Lieber Jennifer Askew and Jeff Lieber were married Oct. 6 at Trinity Lutheran; Church, Manchester, with the Rev. Art Halbardier officiating. ! Parents of the bride are Charles and Sandra Askew, Springfield. The groom is the son of Jeanne Lieber Barthel, Chesterfield, and the late Edward Lieber. The bride wore mermaid style ivory satin featuring a high neckline accent ed with sequins, pearls and Alencon lace. She carried white calla lilies and dendrobium orchids. ! Honor attendants were Kathleen Condon, Sarah Askew and Lisa Tesson. ! Groomsmen were Steven Lieber, John Alonso and Marty Tesson. Ushers were Jim Colburn, Eric Murray and Aaron Murray. Following a honeymoon to Florida, the couple reside in Eureka. The groom is employed with the Department of Defense. The bride is a registered nurse. Mathews-Barnett Lisa Ann Mathews and John Christopher Barnett were married Sept. 7 at Goodhope Nazarene Church, Ava, with the Rev. Vernon Fuller officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mathews, Ava. The groom is the son of Kay Payne, Whitney, Texas, and the late Kenneth Barnett. The bride wore white taffeta with lace overlay accented with appliques and seed pearls. She carried teal roses and pink and mauye lilies. Matron of honor was Cynthia Davis. Steve Brock served as best man. Following a honeymoon to Branson, the couple reside in Springfield. The bride is employed with Great Southern Savings and Loan. The groom is with Boatmen's National Bank. Californian seeks information on Pattersons ', ' Respond to genealogy queries by writing to the address listed with each item. New queries, which are not in response to previously published items, should be mailed to Gloria Bogart-Carter. Patterson: Charlotte P. Vaughn, 25637 Date St., San Bernardino, Calif. 92404. Wish to find descendants of a John Patterson and spouse, Catherine (?) who are , listed on the 1850 census, Dist. 71, ; Polk County, Mo. .The children at home at that time were: Elizabeth ; and Daniel. Also A. William Patterson and spouse, Elizabeth (?). Their children: Alexander, William B.; George T.; Jane K.; and Robert B. in Campbell Township, Greene Coun- GENEALOGY 1 .... . .. 'iwi "WWII!W',W ' iMMm? j:. t , Gloria carter ty, Mo. Buros-Hood-HUl-Cowden-WU-son: Boice Burns, 14430 Sequoia Bend, Houston, Texas 77032. The following marriage record is listed in the courthouse in Bolivar, Polk County, Mo.: "Herley P. Hood to Mrs. Ellen Jane Burns (alias Ellen J. Hill) at home of Elihu Burns, August 16, 1874." Elihu Dennis Burns' eldest daughter by his first wife, Mary Ann Cowden, was named Ellen. She was born in 1854 in Polk County. Elihu was the son of John Burns born 1788 S.C. and Margaret Wilson, born 1796, Geor-gia. Seeking information on descendants of Ellen Burns and Herley Mood. Rice-CogerKoger-Bookout-Fly-Pipkin: Coleman Johnson, Box 97, Verona, Mo. 65769. Desire information on Preston Rice born Dec. 15, 1818, Wayne County, Ky., and died there on Oct. 28, 1891. Believed to be the son of William (Billy) Rice, (Va.?), who married Charlotte Co-ger(Koger) born Oct. 29, 1812 Ky. . died June 6, 1905, believed to be a daughter of William Coger born 1780 (Va.?) and Polly Bookout, Wayne County, Ky. Also need data for Nicholas Fly born 1773, North Hampton, N.C., died Nov. 17, 1846 and is buried in Corsicana Cemetery, Barry County, Mo. He married Mary Zelpha Pipkin on June 16, 1798. Gloria Bogart Carter is a southwest Missouri genealogist and genealogy author. Her column appears Sundays. Address correspondence to her at Route 7, Box 276, Springfield, Mo. 65802. Wedding, anniversary and engagement announcements are published free of charge in The News-Leader on Sunday. Forms are required and available in the front lobby of the newspaper, 651 Boonville Ave. Forms must include a signature and daytime phone number. To receive a form or for information, call 836-1184. WEDDINGS Information must be received no later than 30 days after the wedding. Pictures of the bride or the couple should be in black and white. Information not received before the 30-day deadline may be published without a photo as space permits. No wedding information will be accepted after the 60 days follow ing the ceremony. ANNIVERSARIES To ensure publication on a desired Sunday, please deliver information 10 days prior to publication. Only anniversaries of 25 years or more will be published. Photos will be used only with anniversaries of 50 years or more. Photos should be black and white, showing the couple side-by-side, and should be included with the information. Photos of couples who have been married 50 years and more may have a photo taken in our studio by appointment. ENGAGEMENTS Information must be received at The News-Leader at least one month before the wedding. A black and white photograph of the bride-to-be is accepted.

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