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Sarah Katherine Sebaugh and James Matthew Hurst were married July 30, 2005, at Sargent's Chapel. Justin Sullivan performed the ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Douglas and Dianne Sebaugh of Jackson, and Stephen and Penny Hurst of Yuma, Ariz.
Matrons of honor were Joni Fraser of Chaffee, Mo., and Rebecca Mitchell of St. Louis, sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Tonya Mapes of Jackson, and Pam Gundersen of St. Charles, Mo., sister of the groom.
Allen Null of Cape Girardeau was best man. Groomsmen were Greg Brown of Shawneetown, cousin of the groom; Tom Aubuchon of St. Louis and Tom McDowell of Scott City. Ushers were Sean Gundersen and Scott Mitchell.
Flower girl and ringbearer were Eden and Tate Gundersen, niece and nephew of the groom. They are the children of Jim and Pam Gundersen.
Jeri Cain attended the guest book.
The reception was held at the Elks Lodge in Jackson. Servers were Darla Cox and Bethany Sachen.
The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner July 29 at Ruby Tuesday Restaurant.
Mrs. Hurst is a 1990 graduate of Jackson High School.
The groom is a 1990 graduate of Central High School in Cape Girardeau.
The couple is residing in Yuma.