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The Way it Was in Southeast Missouri Paperback – July 1, 2013


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She considers herself a teacher. She taught public school. She was a girl scout leader for twenty-five years, and one meeting each month was scheduled for a sewing lesson or embroidery class. She was Girl=s Auxiliary Leader at the First Baptist Church in Kennett, Missouri for fifteen years. She has taught classes in Sunday School for fifty years. For the past eight years, she has taught the Ladies Senior Adult Class at First Baptist Church, Sikeston, Missouri. She attained the rank of masters in contract bridge and taught bridge classes for two years. She is certified by the American Contract Bridge League as a Qualified Club Director for Tournament bridge. She was employed by Patricia Stevens Modeling Agency as a model while living in Kansas City. Her hobbies are sewing and 175 gardening. Her husband and she moved to Kansas City, Missouri in 1969. He was employed by Kansas City Life Insurance Company as Assistant Vice-President of the Ranch and Farm Loan Department and Financing Advisor for the Bixby Ranch in Casper, Wyoming. Her daughter Marsha graduated from University of Missouri - Kansas City s School of Law, and her son Keith graduated from the Agriculture Department at the University of Missouri. He is a certified appraiser and is self- employed. Mrs. Duncan resides in Sikeston, Missouri.

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