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Classifieds 4.26.2012

FOR SALE C&S Woodcutting, $35/rick picked up, $40 delivered in Ava city limits. Call Cody 417-686-0888.           13-tf GOT BUGS? FOR termites, ants, spiders, roaches, fleas, etc.  Call Tim Blackwell at Blackwell Pest Control, 860-7314.          23-15tp MAXIM OUTDOOR WOOD Pellet and ...

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Billy Leroy Wright, 85

Billy “Bill” Leroy Wright, age 85 of Ozark, died April 11, 2012.  He was born Feb. 12, 1927 in Dupot, Ill., the son of Barney and Lydia (Stafford) Wright. Bill served his country in the U.S. Army, doing two tours ...

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Arlo Junior Berry, 70

Arlo Junior Berry was born to Arlo and Midge Pool Berry at Trail, Mo., on April 12, 1942. Junior left us on April 16, 2012 at the age of 70. Junior attended school at Silver Shade and Dora. Junior was ...

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Dareth Athol Raymer, 82

Dareth Athol Raymer, a resident of Dothan, died Sunday, April 15, 2012 in Noland Hospital at Southeast Alabama Medical Center. He was 82. Memorial services for Mr. Raymer will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at Cloverdale United ...

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Faye Sims, 89

Faye Sims, 89, longtime resident of Ava, began her earthly journey June 10, 1922, in Augusta, Kan., to parents Lee E. and Hannah (Lefler) Thurman. On April 15, 2012, she began her eternal life’s journey from Louisville, Ky. Faye’s life ...

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Thelma "Sammy" Dell Yates, 96

Thelma Dell Yates, 96 years, passed to heaven on April 11, 2012 at Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare, Ava, Mo. Thelma “Sammy” was born Jan. 18, 1916 in Ava, Mo., to Ebb and Chloe (Gott) Hodges. Sammy was a lifelong ...

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Wasson Report 4.19.12

Helping Missouri Farmers Last December, the State Tax Commission voted to raise taxes on the most productive farms in Missouri by approving new productivity values. These values represent a land’s potential earnings and are used to calculate a farm’s property ...

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The Snoop 4.19.2012

A good friend from several years back, J.C. Owsley, stopped by the Herald Office for a brief visit last Wednesday. J.C., a former county agent with University of Missouri Douglas County Extension Office, has moved back to his native Cross ...

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