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EXERCISE: HOLISTIC EDITING Edit the following press release as it might be received from the Springfield Consumer Mall into a news story that might run in the local Springfield newspaper. MALL Come one, come all to the Springfield Consumer Mall!!! We have the largest selection of merchandise under one roof in the Springfield area. And this weekend, we also have a large selection of health-care services available free to people who come in! The Mall will be holding its First Annual Health Fair Friday through Sunday during the Mall's regular hours. (10-9 Monday-Friday, 12 noon-9 Saturday, and 12 noon-6 Sunday). And it's all FREE!!! Dieticians will be on hand to hand out free pamphlets on eating healthy optometrists will give free…show more content…
YEARGIN OBIT Marge N. Yeargin, 67, of Rural Route 7, passed away Saturday at Springfield County Hospital. Mrs. Yeargin, was born February 12, 1946 in Newark, New Jersey to Joseph O. and Essie Lou Reed Johnson. She married Ross O. Yaergin on Jan. 27, 1969 in Kansas City. He preceded her in death. Ms. Yeargin was active in the Springfield County League of Woman Voters for the last fifteen years. She also was member of the Springfield Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons: Jesse B. yeargin, of Denver, Colorado; Russell B. Yeargin of 3435 East Willow St., and Howard R. Yeargin, Route 9, Two daughters Mrs. Willie Mayo, Route 9, and Mary Yeargin, of the home, and two grandchildren. A sister and brother preceded her in death also. Services for Mrs. Yeargin will be at 2:00 Thursday afternoon at the Springfield Baptist Church, with Rev. Alfred Orr officiating. Burial will be completed at Oakland Cemetary. Friends may call at Parkers Chapel any time Thursday prior to the service.…show more content…
But the project will go ahead in another location despite the setback,said Kay Lambrecht, a Springfield realtor representing the import company. "It'll go -- if I have my way" and possibly still in Springfield County, she said. The company, which 23 investors have formed under the name Bring Home the World, will sell crystal, china, pottery, baskets, and furniture. Plans call for the company to hire 50 employees at opening, then up to 150 within a year. Ms. Lambrecht said the Hartsburg Road sight was only one of eight possible ones in the state, including two more in Springfield. The operation would be modeled on two similar businesses on the east coast at Williamsbvurg, VA and Myrtle Beach, SC. But may residents in the Hartsburg Road area were less than enthusiastic, with thity-six signing a petition oppositing the development, which they presnted to the Springfield County Commission Sept.
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