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MARSHALL — When the Sedalia public and private school boy’s basketball programs met Tuesday, Nov, 28 at the Marshall Tournament for the first time in eight seasons, Smith-Cotton and Sacred Heart traveled with its fair share of early-season questions.
Sedalia native, Cole Camp High School graduate and dual threat State Fair Community College softball player Mac Kenze Gudde signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and play softball at Central Methodist University Tuesday, Dec. Fortunately, my injuries were relatively miner and didn’t require immediate first aid, because all of my medical supplies were safely tucked away at home. SMITHTON — Green Ridge boy’s basketball, fresh off a Kingsville Tiger Classic championship, extended its win streak to four games behind 27 points from Alex Rebikh in a 70-60 victory Tuesday, Dec. State Fair Community College women’s basketball led Johnson County Community College for just 8/10ths of a second of the fourth quarter Saturday, Dec. Smith-Cotton and Tipton girl’s basketball are scheduled to complete tournament play Saturday, while Lincoln and Knob Noster play for the boy’s Warsaw Tournament championship in Warsaw, wrapping up a week of bracket play for much of the area.
Said by Mc Corkle to be a Mason."He never knew fear" --Cole Younger "..old hand at killing helpless men..." --from Croy "John Jarrett... Killed April 4, 1868 trying to avoid arrest for the Russellville, Kentucky one arm, lost right arm during war--there's a contradiction here, according to Edwards it was his right arm but a photo Yeatman identifies as having been taken post war, of Taylor, Frank and Jesse James, shows him clearly with a right arm. "Low, square about the jaws, the brow broad, the eyes prominent, the limbs rounded and heavily girt around the muscles, the chest and shoulders massive, tireless in energy, and with immense nervous power." from Noted Guerrillas "...a veritable bulldog in battle..a tenacity never surpassed." --from Noted Guerrillas "One of his arms was shot away in a desperate combat. Wrote a book in 1903 about Quantrill and the James-Younger Gang. Clell was with Bloody Bill Anderson at age 14 for three days. Reported to have said, "I have always been a loyal boy and never sympathized with the south." Father and neighbors attested that he had never aided the rebellion. Clell is on the 1870 census still living at home working on the farm. Attended Bryant and Stratton's Business College in St. Married Susan Lavinia James, sister of Frank and Jesse James, November 24, 1870. Hite (brother of Clarence & Wood Hite) about the James brothers visits to the Hite home in Adairville, Kentucky --from Triplett Red Monkers, or Munkres, or Munkris, or Munkirs. He is about 5 feet 8 inches high, and wears a nut-brown suit.
one of the most daring, desperate and shrewd of the gang, died in the Frisco Mountains of California in 1891..." --Jim Cummins. The sight of one eye was for a long time endangered by another wound; for months he lay at the point of death with a bullet through his right lung, he was wounded in the left thigh and through his remaining arm, but he still survives a maimed, reticent, quiet citizen, making no moan over the past and well content that he got back from the strife with even as much of his frame as was left to him." - John N. James Andrew Liddil, born September 15, 1852 in Jackson Co., Missouri. Captured by the Federals October 26, 1864 (engagement in which Anderson was killed). Edward and three other brothers were also living there. Children: Robert Archie, Flora, Allen, Susan Kate, Feta, Zelma. Allen Parmer remarried Sarah Katherine Ogden December 27, 1892. Spelling vary--"Munkirs" seems to be the primary spelling and is used in cemetery records. He would never be singled out of a crowd as a youth of qualities worthy of especial notice." New York Times, April 5, 1882Charles Wilson Ford. Participated in the killing of Jesse James, pleaded guilty to 1st degree murder, sentenced to be hanged but was quickly pardoned by the governor of Missouri. Age given as 24 at inquest into death of Jesse James."...larger [than Bob], both taller and broader.
The November portion of the 2017 regular firearms season is now in the albeit ex officio books.
The MDC’s preliminary count indicates that 191,437 deer were Telechecked, which I very roughly estimate to represent, at most, 30 percent of the permits issued.