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Stories from Thursday, March 29, 2012

Not all home care aides regulated by the state (03/29/12)
After infested bedsores were found covering much of an 79-year-old Cape Girardeau woman last fall, her live-in caregiver faced criminal charges in connection with her death. Authorities believe substandard care provided by Sherrie Coomer, 53, of Patton, Mo., contributed to the woman's death from a sepsis infection...
Council member proposes trapping, euthanizing deer in Cape (03/29/12)
Loretta Schneider believes she may have found the answer to the question about how best to manage deer in Cape Girardeau's city limits -- trap them, euthanize them and harvest their meat to feed the hungry. The Cape Girardeau City Council member said Wednesday she plans to present the new plan, which she sees as a compromise to a controversial proposal to allow people to hunt deer with bow and arrows. She is calling her plan a "wildlife control" measure...
Chaffee police chief appealed dismissal over dog shooting incident (03/29/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Chaffee's former police chief wants his job back after he was fired earlier this month by city council members in a closed session for alleged misconduct. Jim Chambers was fired following the shooting of a Chaffee family's dog and subsequent efforts to cover it up...
Scott County plans 100th anniversary of courthouse (03/29/12)
BENTON, Mo. -- According to one county resident, the Scott County courthouse used to smell like cigars and whiskey. There have been a lot changes over the last 100 years with most of them -- such as clean floors -- being for the better...
Union County man charged with arson in Ware, Ill., fires (03/29/12)
A Union County man has been charged with arson in connection with five fires in Ware, Ill., in January and March. Union County State's Attorney Tyler R. Edmonds and Union County Sheriff David Livesay announced yesterday that Corey E. Iman, 19, of Ware has been charged with three counts of aggravated arson, one count of residential arson and one count of arson...
ATM photo leads to arrest in Poplar Bluff robbery (03/29/12)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A surveillance photograph from a bank's ATM led authorities to a Poplar Bluff man who allegedly robbed a woman early Wednesday morning by displaying a handgun and knocking her down as the machine was dispensing her money. Just before 6 a.m., the Poplar Bluff Police Department received a call from a witness reporting a robbery at the 1st Community Bank on Ditch Road, according to deputy chief Jeff Rolland...
Marble Hill election residency issue ‘not terribly clear-cut' (03/29/12)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- The election for city officials in Marble Hill looked at first to be a shoo-in. One candidate had filed for each of the three open offices: mayor and one seat in each aldermanic ward. Then businessman Loyd Ivey entered the race for mayor as a write-in candidate, stirring up speculation that he cannot legally run because he doesn't live full-time in Marble Hill. ...
Swan's Cape Girardeau City Council replacement will require special election (03/29/12)
It will at least take one special election. Maybe two. And Cape Girardeau City Council members will have to appoint someone to the post in the interim. The task of replacing Councilwoman Kathy Swan, who is poised to assume a Missouri House seat early next year, doesn't look to be a simple one. But, with nine months remaining until she is expected to officially resign, city officials said there is plenty of time to get organized...
Women's group protests Limbaugh Capitol honor (03/29/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Women's rights groups say they've delivered petitions bearing 35,000 signatures to the speaker of the Missouri House opposing his plan to induct Rush Limbaugh into the Hall of Famous Missourians. About 200 people from abortion rights and women's groups rallied at the Capitol on Wednesday. The groups say talk radio host showed disrespect to women last month when he described a law student as a "slut" and "prostitute." Limbaugh has since apologized for his language...
Four Stoddard County offices to be contested (03/29/12)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Four offices in Stoddard County government and three district offices will be contested in the November general election. Republican Mike Watkins of Dexter filed for county collector/treasurer and will be unopposed in the August primary election. ...
MoDOT crews to stripe highways (03/29/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- For Missouri Department of Transportation crews, spring marks the beginning of road-striping season. Restriping is underway on routes including highways 25, 53 and 67 and Business Route 67, in Dunklin and Butler counties. Weather permitting, work will be done from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily, excluding weekends. Because the operation is continuously moving, no stationary signs will be posted.
Mo. Senate passes birth control coverage measure (03/29/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri Senate has approved legislation letting employers refuse to provide health insurance coverage for birth control in some instances. The legislation, passed Thursday on a voice vote, would let employers deny coverage unless an employee has a medical need for birth control. The measure now goes to the Missouri House...
Company says its pseudoephedrine can't be used to make meth (03/29/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A new form of pseudoephedrine that can't be used to make methamphetamine could reach the market by summer, offering a cold-remedy alternative that could prove fruitful in the fight against the dangerous and addictive drug...
Mo. senator seeks insurance for inspection shops (03/29/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Vehicle inspection stations in Missouri would have to carry insurance to cover vehicle damage done by employees, under legislation moving through the state Senate. Missouri requires inspections every two years for older vehicles. They can be performed at auto repair shops or other stations certified by the State Highway Patrol...
Mo. House OKs candidate birth records requirement (03/29/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Birth records for presidential and vice presidential candidates would need to be publicly available for those appearing on Missouri ballots. Political parties would be required to give the secretary of state's office proof of their candidates' identity and that they are natural born citizens of the U.S. Write-in presidential candidates also would need to provide documentation. The records would be open to the public...
Mo. House approves CPR training for students (03/29/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri public school students would need training in CPR as a graduation requirement under legislation approved by the state House. Wednesday's 105-32 House vote sent the bill to the Senate. The CPR training would be based on national guidelines for emergency cardiovascular care and include hands-on practice and testing. ...
Bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs dies at 88 in Tenn. (03/29/12)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- It is impossible to overstate the importance of Earl Scruggs to American music. A pioneering banjo player who helped create modern country music, his sound is instantly recognizable and as intrinsically wrapped in the tapestry of the genre as Johnny Cash's baritone or Hank Williams' heartbreak...
Supreme Court appears split by ideology over health care (03/29/12)
WASHINGTON -- Concluding three days of fervent, public disagreement, a Supreme Court seemingly split over ideology will now wrestle in private about whether to strike down key parts or even all of President Barack Obama's historic health care law. The justices' decision, due this June, will affect the way virtually every American receives and pays for care...
Amazon CEO wants to raise sunken Apollo 11 engines (03/29/12)
LOS ANGELES -- For more than four decades, the powerful engines that helped boost the Apollo 11 mission to the moon have rested in the Atlantic. Now Internet billionaire and space enthusiast Jeff Bezos wants to raise at least one of them to the surface...
Militia acquittal could make feds reluctant to investigate certain cases, experts say (03/29/12)
DETROIT -- The acquittal of seven Michigan militia members charged with conspiring to go to war against the government could make federal agents reluctant to pursue certain investigations at a time when the number of so-called patriot groups is increasing nationwide, experts said Wednesday...
JetBlue captain who was restrained by passengers grew increasingly erratic during flight (03/29/12)
RICHMOND HILL, Ga. -- JetBlue Airways captain Clayton Osbon showed up unusually late to fly Flight 191 to Las Vegas. The plane was in midair when he eerily told his co-pilot they wouldn't make it there. Osbon started rambling about religion. He scolded air traffic controllers to quiet down, then turned off the radios altogether, and dimmed the monitors in the cockpit. He said aloud that "things just don't matter" and encouraged his co-pilot that they take a leap of faith...
Trayvon Inc.: Fla. teen's case turns into brand (03/29/12)
MIAMI -- From the T-shirt and hoodie sales to trademarking slogans like "Justice for Trayvon" to the pass-the-hat rallies that bring in thousands, the case of an unarmed black teenager killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer is quickly turning into an Internet-fueled brand...
What to do after winning Mega Millions jackpot (03/29/12)
With a half-billion-dollar multistate lottery jackpot up for grabs, plenty of folks are fantasizing how to spend the money. But doing it the right way -- protecting your riches, your identity and your sanity -- takes some thought and planning...
Colorado governor stops prescribed burns after wildfire (03/29/12)
CONIFER, Colo. -- Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday suspended the use of state prescribed burns like the one that may have caused a deadly wildfire that destroyed dozens of homes near Denver. The Colorado State Forest Service says the 6-square-mile fire started after a controlled burn last week that was meant to reduce vegetation. Instead, the blaze went out of control Monday when high winds gusts blew embers across a containment line and into unburned forest...
Materials lead U.S. stocks lower as commodities take dip (03/29/12)
Falling commodity prices punished materials and energy companies Wednesday, pushing Wall Street's major stock indexes to a lower close. Crude oil fell nearly $2 to $105 a barrel, hurting energy stocks. Peabody Energy fell 3.4 percent, Chevron 1.1 percent and Exxon 0.9 percent...
Mitt Romney edges into mop-up phase of nomination campaign (03/29/12)
WASHINGTON -- After a three-month struggle, Mitt Romney edged into the mop-up phase of the race for the Republican presidential nomination Wednesday, buoyed by Newt Gingrich's decision to scale back his campaign to the vanishing point and Rick Santorum's statement that he would take the No. 2 spot on the party ticket in the fall...
New security measures put in place for U.S. troops (03/29/12)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. military commanders in Afghanistan have assigned "guardian angels" -- troops that watch over their comrades even as they sleep -- and have ordered a series of other increased security measures to protect troops against possible attacks by rogue Afghans...
No contingencies for health care law, White House says (03/29/12)
WASHINGTON -- Voicing optimism, the White House on Wednesday said it is too early to devise contingency plans that anticipate the Supreme Court striking down any portion of President Barack Obama's health care law. Separately, the White House says it has "every confidence" in the solicitor general's handling of the high court debate over the health care law...
Scientists predict weather extremes around the globe (03/29/12)
WASHINGTON -- Global warming is leading to such severe storms, droughts and heat waves that nations should prepare for an unprecedented onslaught of deadly and costly weather disasters, an international panel of climate scientists said in a new report issued Wednesday...
Today in History (03/29/12)
Today is Thursday, March 29, the 89th day of 2012. There are 277 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 29, 1912, British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, his expedition stranded in an Antarctic blizzard after failing to be the first to reach the South Pole, wrote in his journal, "We shall stick it out to the end but we are getting weaker of course and the end cannot be far. ...
In vast Mass, pope urges an end to Cuba's isolation (03/29/12)
HAVANA -- Pope Benedict XVI demanded more freedom for the Catholic Church in communist-run Cuba and preached against "fanaticism" in an unusually political sermon Wednesday before hundreds of thousands at Revolution Plaza, with President Raul Castro in the front row...
London exhibit looks at gray matter inside our skulls (03/29/12)
LONDON -- Like zombies, human beings can't get enough of brains. A new London exhibition explores that fascination, displaying everything from mummified Egyptian cerebral matter to slices of Albert Einstein's brain in the story of our quest to understand what's inside our skulls...
NATO commander: Afghans to take lead in majority of country (03/29/12)
MONS, Belgium -- Afghan forces will soon start taking charge of security for three-quarters of the nation's 28 million people, NATO's top military commander said Wednesday, a milestone as the country assumes the lead for protecting the majority of its population...
Arab summit appears divided over approach to Syria uprising (03/29/12)
BAGHDAD -- Arab leaders gathering here today will call for Syria to implement a cease-fire, but there's little faith that President Bashar Assad will do anything to halt his crackdown on the year-old uprising. That could set the stage for Gulf Arab nations, eager to see Assad's downfall, to take stronger action on their own...
Destruction reported as Syria forces take opposition town (03/29/12)
BEIRUT -- Syrian activists said Wednesday a government offensive in northern Syria during which troops overran a major opposition stronghold has left behind scenes of destruction, with corpses in the streets, homes burned to the ground and shops that have been pillaged and looted...
Swedes mix lunch, nightclub dancing (03/29/12)
STOCKHOLM -- Some workers in Sweden have found a rather offbeat way to spend their lunch hour. Actually, on-beat is more like it. Dripping with sweat and awash in disco lights, they dance away to pulsating club music at Lunch Beat, a trend that started in Stockholm and is spreading to other cities in Europe...
Pakistan army chief meets with top American commanders (03/29/12)
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's army chief held talks Wednesday with top U.S. commanders for the first time since American airstrikes killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last year and triggered a near collapse in the nations' already troubled ties at a vital stage in the war in neighboring Afghanistan...
Prominent acid victim commits suicide, reignites furor in Pakistan (03/29/12)
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani acid attack victim Fakhra Younus had endured more than three dozen surgeries over more than a decade to repair her severely damaged face and body when she finally decided life was no longer worth living. The 33-year-old former dancing girl -- who was allegedly attacked by her then-husband, an ex-lawmaker and son of a political powerhouse -- jumped from the sixth floor of a building in Rome, where she had been living and receiving treatment...
High school roundup: Jackson sweeps own track meet (03/29/12)
All the scores from Wednesday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Battle to replace Scheible at Southeast Missouri State's quarterback set to start (03/29/12)
The Southeast Missouri State football team begins spring practice Monday morning.
Southeast Missouri State snares three weekly Ohio Valley Conference track and field honors (03/29/12)
A strong weekend netted the Southeast Missouri State track and field program three of the Ohio Valley Conference's four weekly awards. The league office tabbed senior Josh Uchtman co-male field athlete of the week, senior DeAndre Simmons co-male track athlete of the week and junior Jill Schnurbusch co-female track athlete of the week Tuesday...
Area calendar 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
Baseball Cape Legion tryouts: Tryouts for the Cape Girardeau American Legion baseball teams will take place April 15 at Capaha Field. There will be three teams -- Senior Legion, Junior Legion and Freshman Legion. Tryouts for the Freshman and Junior Legion teams will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tryouts for the Senior Legion team will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Info: coach Steve Williams at williamss@cape.k12.mo.us...
Cardinals' Wainwright struggles vs. Tigers (03/29/12)
JUPITER, Fla. -- Pitcher Adam Wainwright felt he was ready for the start of the season before St. Louis' 9-5 victory over Detroit on Wednesday. Wainwright welcomed an upcoming outing against Cardinals minor leaguers as a final tune-up for the regular season after allowing four runs, three earned, over 4 2/3 innings...
Local student's passion for guitars turned into woodworking hobby (03/29/12)
Chaffee High School senior Zack Perkins is a student of music. He has been playing guitar around seven years and owns 13 guitars. "I love the instrument so much, I thought I could make one in my shop class," Perkins said. Perkins has been enrolled in Jaron McMurry's industrial arts classes at Chaffee High School for most of his high school career. He is currently enrolled in McMurry's woodworking class...
what's neXt 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
n New movies:"Mirror, Mirror," rated PG @ Cape West 14 Cine "Wrath of the Titans," rated PG13 @ Cape West 14 Cine "Titanic" @ Cape West 14 Cine, starts April 4 SATURDAY Sunday NEXT WEEK "Kinect Star Wars," Xbox 360 "Devil May Cry, HD Collection," Xbox 360, PS3...
Hooked on Science: 3, 2, 1, blast off (03/29/12)
Using a few materials from around the house, you can create a rocket. It's an out-of-this-world experiment that will teach you force, motion and chemical reactions. STEP 2: Place one of the Alka-Seltzer tablets into the film canister, snap on the lid and quickly flip it upside down...
Who's next 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
honors, achievements -- From staff reports ...
Patsy Anderson (03/29/12)
BENTON, Mo. -- Patsy Lee Anderson, 78, of Benton died Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at her home. She was born Oct. 29, 1933, in Chaffee, Mo., to Leo M. and Loraine Edna Matthews Halter. She first married Harold Hahn. Patsy later married Fred Anderson on Nov. 12, 1977. He preceded her in death July 12, 2010...
Jackie Blake (03/29/12)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Jackie LaShaun Blake, 30, of Mound City died Sunday, March 25, 2012, at Massac Memorial Hospital in Metropolis, Ill. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until time of service Friday at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home, with Pastor Luther Butler officiating. Interment will be at 12:30 p.m. Friday in Mound City National Cemetery, with military honors provided by the Illinois National Guard and area veterans...
Harold Clark (03/29/12)
Harold B. "Smiley" Clark, 94, of Fredericktown, Mo., formerly of Cape Girardeau, died Monday, March 26, 2012, at Madison Medical Center in Fredericktown. He was born Feb. 3, 1918, in Commerce, Mo., to Omer and Opal Watkins O'Quinn Clark. He and Frieda Ruth Westerwelle were married March 26, 1937, in Marble Hill, Mo...
Russell Friese (03/29/12)
ANNA, Ill. -- Russell Lynn Friese, 97, of Anna died Sunday, March 25, 2012, at his home. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Randy Carstens officiating. Burial will be in Cape County Memorial Park in Cape Girardeau, with military rites conducted by Carroll P. Foster VFW Post 3455 of Anna and Illinois National Guard Funeral Honors Team of Marion...
Dorothea Heise (03/29/12)
Dorothea Rickard Heise, 84, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Southeast Hospital. She was born July 30, 1927, in Cape Girardeau, to Thomas I. and Ada Bratton Rickard. Dorothea graduated from Central High School in January 1945 and attended Steimle Business College. She and Gene Heise were married Aug. 12, 1945...
David Rhodes (03/29/12)
Oscar David Rhodes, 71, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Southeast Hospital. He was born June 10, 1940, in Cape Girardeau, to Alonzo and Bessie Wallace Rhodes Sr. He and Linda Rhodes were married Dec. 24, 1966, in Cape Girardeau. David served in the Navy...
Norma Riddle (03/29/12)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Norma J. Riddle, 72, of Maryville, Ill., formerly of Cairo and Mounds, Ill., died Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Liberty Village Nursing Home in Maryville. There is no visitation. Private graveside service will be Friday at Lindsey Cemetery in McClure...
Nancy Ryan (03/29/12)
McCLURE, Ill. -- Nancy Louise Ryan, 83, of McClure died Sunday, March 25, 2012, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Oct. 24, 1928, in Jonesboro, Ill., daughter of Louie E. and Nona Redman Turner. Nancy is survived by two sons, Terry Lee (Deborah) Rhodes of Kansas City, Mo., Tommy (Daryl) Ryan of Millstadt, Ill.; two daughters, Vicky Adell Rodgers of Columbus, Ind., Patsy Kaye Ryan of McClure; nine grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; other relatives and many friends.. ...
Rita Schmidt (03/29/12)
Rita Irene Braun Schmidt, 93, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Oct. 17, 1918, to Arthur E. and Emma M. Baumgart Braun. She married Walter Schmidt at St. Mary's Cathedral on June 11, 1947. He preceded her in death Jan. 28, 2009...
Jane Seabaugh (03/29/12)
ANNA, Ill. — Jane Seabaugh, 70, of Anna died Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis. Arrangements are incomplete at Crain Funeral Home in Anna.
Patricia Smith (03/29/12)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Patricia Ann Smith, 69, of Advance passed away Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Advance Nursing Center. She was born April 18, 1942, at Osceola, Ark., daughter of Frank and Gladys Johnson Smith. Smith was a member of Advance Church of Christ...
Gladys Welch (03/29/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Gladys Marie Welch, 72, of Chaffee died Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at Chaffee Nursing Center. She was born June 18, 1939, at Marble Hill, Mo., to Jim and Virginia Pouge Long. Gladys worked at Columbia Sportswear in Chaffee. Survivors include a son, Tracy Welch of Dalton, Ga.; a sister, Mary Horton of Jackson; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren...
Cape Girardeau police report 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests The Department of Public Safety released the following item. Arrests do not imply guilt. Theft...
Cape Girardeau fire report 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday:...
Jackson police and fire report 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
The Jackson Police Department released the following item. Arrests do not imply guilt. Miscellaneous Firefighters responded to the following call Tuesday:...
Out of the past 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
The new Cape Girardeau Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall was dedicated yesterday afternoon; the hall, 605 Northview Drive, was constructed last summer by volunteer workers. An 11,500-square-foot building is on the drawing board for Vernon E. Rhodes, a Cape Girardeau businessman; the structure will be built on North Kingshighway, with Metro Business College occupying about 7,500 square feet...
Bicycle registry (03/29/12)
Cyclists have had an abundance of sunshine and warm weather recently to enjoy a ride along area streets, parks and trails. And while Southeast Missouri is typically a great place to enjoy this outside activity, bicycles can be stolen. Fifty-six bicycles were reported stolen last year and 42 were found, according to police spokesman Darin Hickey. ...
Department's view on hunting (03/29/12)
State conservation departments historically have been advocates for recreational hunting. The "conservation movement" was created by hunters (most notably Theodore Roosevelt) not to protect wild animals but to promote hunting. Hunting fees and the Pittman-Robertson Act provide a great deal of revenue to state wildlife agencies...
Speak Out 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
HURRAH for Maria Enderly, who did the right thing wearing her Girl Scout uniform to the recognition with the mayor. Way to go, Maria. SPRING has just arrived and the deer have already destroyed most of the plants that I put out. Something needs to be done about the deer. Who pays taxes, the deer or us?...
Prayer 3/29/12 (03/29/12)
O Heavenly Father, may we meditate on your Word, seeking your will for our lives. Amen.
PHS hosts blood drive (03/29/12)
Perryville High School's Student Council hosted a blood drive Wednesday and collected 105 units of blood. "Our goal was 96 units," said Stuco advisor Josh Cole, "so we're very pleased with the drive. We're all very grateful to the students, staff and community members who donated."...
Capetown Receives Gold Honor Club Award (03/29/12)
Capetown, Local Assisted & Independent Living Community Recognized for Outstanding Performance Capetown Assisted & Independent Living by Americare was recently recognized for outstanding resident care (employee relations, community relations, business operations) at the company's 31'st annual meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. ...
Art Auction Dinner Train will benefit Safe Harbor (03/29/12)
The Iron Mountain Railway will host an Art Auction Dinner Train to benefit Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary on Saturday, May 19. This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase some fantastic art at bargain prices, and help this no-kill shelter. A full dinner will be served on the two-hour train ride, and there will be entertainment during the ride. ...
Saturday Speakers Series - Dr. David Cameron (03/29/12)
Paramount to the future success of America is the ability to look at the failures throughout history and avoid the pitfalls into which other countries have fallen. A prime example of such failure is the current debt crisis in Greece and other countries in the European Union along with the crisis of Diversity that is placed the entire continent of Europe on a pathway to Shariah law...
Good Samaritan: Madge Burchyett (03/29/12)
I would like to nominate Madge Burchyett for being a Good Samaritan. She goes above and beyond the duty of a good neighbor and friend. She has opened her home to foreign students as well as young people who needed a place to live while they get their lives in order. ...
backyard play (03/29/12)
3 sisters playing in yard. Margaret, Dorothy, Mary Schlue. photo taken in 1925
Sisters (03/29/12)
Margaret and Dorothy Schlue standing in front of the family home in 1920's
Elizabeth Schlue (03/29/12)
My Grandmother Elizabeth Schlue is in the black hat. it was taken around 1910, after the birth of her first son.
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