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Whiteside Station Celebrates 31st Year As D.A.R. Chapter

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The newly-installed members of the Whiteside Station Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution are, left to right, sisters Kandy Tallent Dooley and Gloria Tallent Morris, both of Columbia, Nancy Tallent Kern of Columbia, Judy Schroeder of Waterloo, Jeanette Evans of Columbia and Andrea Letcher Martin of Red Bud.
The newly-installed members of the Whiteside Station Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution are, left to right, sisters Kandy Tallent Dooley and Gloria Tallent Morris, both of Columbia, Nancy Tallent Kern of Columbia, Judy Schroeder of Waterloo, Jeanette Evans of Columbia and Andrea Letcher Martin of Red Bud.

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