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Norwood Gleanings

Howdy. Mr. Haddock was a great postmaster and just when I got used to him he retired. Then in came this skinny boy that called himself Kirk Dooms. But I found out, that’s not his real name. So here’s a ...

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Murray Church

We had good services Sunday. Dan opened up in prayer. Dan led the congregation in song. The children took up the penny march. Bro. Darrell brought a very good lesson from Luke. Specials were performed by Rayonna and Rachael, Danny ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

After singing, a large number of prayer requests were taken, with some praise reports, also. A good number came out to Heart of the Ozarks, Sunday afternoon, to help with our singing service. Brother Ric Englehardt brought a short devotion ...

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Happy Home Church

We gathered at Happy Home Church today to praise the Lord.  We had many prayer requests for the lost, the sick, ones who are having surgery this week and so many others.  We sang for the Lord and had a ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing and Bro. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant. Prayer by Bro. Raymond Haden. Sunday school was The Old Covenant Verses The New Covenant, Hebrews 8:1-12 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school ...

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Faith Rock Church

Our tent revival is now over, but the good spirit that was there is still with us. I went every night and enjoyed all 9 nights of it. We had a different personministering every night and wish all churches would ...

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Douglas County Museum

Ann was a town in Douglas County in 1904 located three and one-quarter miles northwest of Florilla; Biggs was seven and one-half miles south of Phlegeton; Granada was shown to be two and one-half miles northwest of Beaver.  It was ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

“I am concerned for the security of our great nation, not so much because of any threat from without, but because of the insidious forces working from within.” –General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) We had a small “rodeo” here again when ...

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