2018 Spring Newsletter
25 years ago From the February 18, 1988 Louisburg Herald
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Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Blair announce the engagement of their daughter, Penny, to Bryan Herbert of Stanley. A June 18 wedding ceremony is planned. Becky Sirdoreus and Mendy Rinehart, both graduates of LRHS, have been chosen as candidates for the Fort Scott Community College Winter Sports Homecoming Queen. Three Louisburg students, 8th grader Alison Knox and Freshmen Amy Davidson and Cheri Gardner, competed at a piano festival held at Baker University last Saturday. All three are students of Ardith Robertson.
10 years ago From the February 5, 2003 Louisburg Herald
Winter Homecoming takes place this Friday when the Wild cats host Anderson County. Candidates Liz Albright, Jennifer Donner, Charlty(?) Frech and Marlo Holt are pictured, along with their escorts Coo per Link, Nick Skuban, Jarrett Dunn and Brett Bowes.
A groundbreaking ceremony is to be held Sunday, Feb. 16 for the new Louisburg Assembly of God Church, which will be located at 840 N. Metcalf. John and Marie Adams of Louisburg announce the engage ment of their daughter, Heather Jo, to Patrick Scott Vincent of Topeka. A June 21st wedding at Topeka Bible Church has been set. The obituary of Arnold W. Barnes of Spokane, Wash ington appears. Mr. Barnes was the son of Arnold and Stella Barnes and brother of Fred Barnes. He founded the National Furniture Company in 1960 and served as its Pres ident for over 40 year
Birth announcements include: Jay and Brenda Blythe announce the arrival of a son, Bran don Michael. David and Elaine Gangel of Albuquerque announce the birth of a daughter, Regan Elisabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hardesty announce the engagement of their daughter, Marsha Lynn, to Jimmie Ray Adams of Baxter Springs. A June wedding is planned. Miss Hardesty teaches second grade at Louisburg Elementary Middle School. Mr. Adams is employed at Sim
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