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The community lost another wonderful Christian lady, Iona Maggard, went to be with the Lord Wednesday, January 13th. She had been in the Ozark Nursing Home due to her health and was so much closer to her family who cared ...

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I suppose everyone has ate enough turkey and ham to be bulging at the seams. December 23rd – Wednesday, James and I visited Rex and Shirley Halcomb. Lightening hit their phone during the night. We stopped by Junior and Betty ...

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Last Weeks News – Saturday was a nice day. Connie Siler took her Mom, Betty Halcomb to get her a perm and run some errands. Rex Halcomb, James and Linda Orick visited Junior. I cooked them some fish and fried ...

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I know a lot of folks are full of turkey and deer meat. Christmas is around the corner. Sympathy sent to the Bob Lane family. James worked with him and his wife at Fasco. He was a friendly person. Thanksgiving ...

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Last Weeks News: The wild geese are traveling so probably a different weather change. As James and I took our walk, we seen them flying over. I said it is something how God put the instincts in things to know ...

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Today is Saturday and I am tired, we hauled wood today. It sure was a pretty day. Monday Connie Siler, Betty Halcomb and I went to Branson girl shopping, had a nice time. Monday evening we attended a visitation for ...

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Saturday morning Loren Maggard called and said his brother-in-law, Bob Day, passed away. Bob and his wife, Barbara Maggard Day, live on Bob’s old home place. They built a home there and raised two children, Bobbie and Adam. He loved ...

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Sunday was a wonderful Lord’s Day and I mean wonderful. Sharon Mitchell gave a birthday offering. Tom and Fay Stevens gave a wedding anniversary offering. Melany Stevens sang a special. James preached from Acts 9:10-18. We are His chosen vessel ...

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Sunday was a nice, cool day. Our great niece, Hope Evans, visited. We sure enjoyed her. Mike McDonald was burned bad and Dana desires the prayers needed for his recovery. Betty Satterfield is better and James Lirley and Roy Hampton ...

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Last weeks news: Sunday, several were out due to the Labor Day weekend, but 39 made it to church. Tom Stevens’ son came in from North Carolina to visit Tom and Fay and other relatives. Pastor James brought a message ...

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