r. and Mrs. Perry Lee Richardson, Camden Point, announce the birth of a son born August 12, 1975 at Spelman Memorial Hospital.
Miss Janet Lee Brown and Wayne Brent Newman were united in marriage at the Second Creek Christian Church of Kansas City, Missouri on Saturday, August 2, 1975. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend Noland Peebles. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Brown of Platte City, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Newman of Silver Springs, Maryland.
Gwyn Jones flew to his home in College Point, N.Y., Sunday after spending two months here with his grandmother, Mrs. Lucile Jones. A family dinner was held Friday evening in Gwyn’s honor.
Mrs. Beverly Wallingford, Platte City, has been named chairperson of the 1975 Kiss a Baby Campaign for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Mrs. Georgia White has returned home from a three-week vacation trip to California. She visited Mrs. Evelyn Nickerson at Sacramento.
Missouri Secretary of State James C. Kirkpatrick called upon the National Association of Secretaries of State at its annual convention in Las Vegas to continue its opposition to national post card voter registration. Secretary Kirkpatrick cited estimates such a national program would cost at least $50 million and conceivably as much as $500 million. Much of the cost will be wasteful since 93 million already registered voters would be mailed forms under the proposed legislation.