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| Tuesday, November 4, 2008 12:00 a.m

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Oct. 14, 2008

A girl, Kamrynn Paige Johns, to James Johns Sr. and Marisa Crooks, 529 Fifth Ave., Ford City. Grandparents are Sue and Mike Szymarek, Dean “Corky” Crooks, Gayle and Barry Weaver, and Jim and Sue Johns. Great-grandparents are Lena and Paul Yantos, Mary Crooks and Beck and Russ Johns.

Oct. 22, 2008

A boy, Jordan Lee Titus, to Sean Titus and Kari Kemerer, 122 Grant Ave., Apt. O, Vandergrift. Grandparents are Carol Kemerer, John Kemerer, Sam Titus and Sandra Titus. Great-grandparents are Patty Lytle and Frank Lytle, A.R. Shellhammer, Carol and Sam Titus, Suzie and John Franklin Kemerer, and Patricia Shellhammer.

Nov. 1, 2008

A girl, Eleanor Mae Bramlet, to Nathan and Stacey Bramlet, 923 Johnston Ave., Kittanning. Grandparents are Susan D. Bramlet and Michael S. Bramlet, Larry R. Weigle and Joyce A. Weigle. Great-grandparents are Betty Moody, Fran Riggle, John Riggle, and Dorothy Glessner.

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