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September 11, 2004

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Doris and Ralph Sader, Lawrence, celebrate their 72nd wedding
anniversary. Residents of Babcock Place surprised the couple with
flowers before lunch Sept. 3 at the residence, 17th and
Massachusetts streets.

Doris and Ralph Sader, Lawrence, celebrate their 72nd wedding anniversary. Residents of Babcock Place surprised the couple with flowers before lunch Sept. 3 at the residence, 17th and Massachusetts streets.

Mary Suggs, left, Mildred Gilbreth, center, and Flo Sarlis hold
hands during a prayer at Babcock Place, 17th and Massachusetts
streets. Residents at Babcock gathered Sept. 3 to celebrate the
72nd wedding anniversary of Doris and Ralph Sader, who live there.

Mary Suggs, left, Mildred Gilbreth, center, and Flo Sarlis hold hands during a prayer at Babcock Place, 17th and Massachusetts streets. Residents at Babcock gathered Sept. 3 to celebrate the 72nd wedding anniversary of Doris and Ralph Sader, who live there.

From left Mary Lynn Stewart, of the Lawrence Flower Club; Diana
Frederick, of the Audio-Reader Network; and Leann Johnson, of
Prairie Acres Garden Club show off a $2,000 check for a Historic
Gardens Project Grant sponsored by the Principal Financial Group.
Members of the Lawrence Flower Club and Prairie Acres Garden Club
are working on the grant to enhance and expand the Audio-Reader
Sensory Garden.

From left Mary Lynn Stewart, of the Lawrence Flower Club; Diana Frederick, of the Audio-Reader Network; and Leann Johnson, of Prairie Acres Garden Club show off a $2,000 check for a Historic Gardens Project Grant sponsored by the Principal Financial Group. Members of the Lawrence Flower Club and Prairie Acres Garden Club are working on the grant to enhance and expand the Audio-Reader Sensory Garden.

Tyler Thomas, of Boy Scout Troop 62, teaches a geology class at
Theodore Naish Scout Reservation near Bonner Springs. Tyler worked
this summer in the Nature Lodge at the reservation. He taught
classes to three sessions of Boy Scouts and 10 sessions of Webelos.

Tyler Thomas, of Boy Scout Troop 62, teaches a geology class at Theodore Naish Scout Reservation near Bonner Springs. Tyler worked this summer in the Nature Lodge at the reservation. He taught classes to three sessions of Boy Scouts and 10 sessions of Webelos.

Miles Schnaer, of Crown Automotive, presents a $1,000 sponsorship
check to Betty Markley, president of the Lawrence Express Network.
The check was presented Aug. 26 during a club meeting at the
Hereford House.

Miles Schnaer, of Crown Automotive, presents a $1,000 sponsorship check to Betty Markley, president of the Lawrence Express Network. The check was presented Aug. 26 during a club meeting at the Hereford House.

Members of the Dickens Readers are, back row from left, Charlyn
Orel, Helen Crockett, Sarah Casad and Pauline Scheve; front row
from left, Marian Warriner, Cornelia Fields, Hilda Enoch, Marjorie
Cole and Mary Allen. Each year the group chooses one or more
Dickens' novels to read aloud twice a month. They just completed
"The Pickwick Papers."

Members of the Dickens Readers are, back row from left, Charlyn Orel, Helen Crockett, Sarah Casad and Pauline Scheve; front row from left, Marian Warriner, Cornelia Fields, Hilda Enoch, Marjorie Cole and Mary Allen. Each year the group chooses one or more Dickens' novels to read aloud twice a month. They just completed "The Pickwick Papers."

From left are Susan Bonham, Sandy Garber, Steve LaRue, Valerie
Grose, Thomas Howe, Charles Gruber, Terry Sexton and Larry
Northrop. They recently attended a Realtor Breakfast Club meeting
at First Watch.

From left are Susan Bonham, Sandy Garber, Steve LaRue, Valerie Grose, Thomas Howe, Charles Gruber, Terry Sexton and Larry Northrop. They recently attended a Realtor Breakfast Club meeting at First Watch.

The newly-elected officers of the Twilight Chapter of American
Business Women's Assn. are, from left, Shari Stamer, secretary;
Susie Bartlett, treasurer; Helen Cox, vice president; and Connie
Ingle, president. They were pictured Aug. 16 during a business
meeting at the American Legion.

The newly-elected officers of the Twilight Chapter of American Business Women's Assn. are, from left, Shari Stamer, secretary; Susie Bartlett, treasurer; Helen Cox, vice president; and Connie Ingle, president. They were pictured Aug. 16 during a business meeting at the American Legion.

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