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Highlonesome

We have had some very nice days in the Ozarks, but a cool spell will approach soon. People are getting in the spirit of Christmas. Stores are full of people and shopping carts are mostly full. You would not think ...

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A week ago Sunday attendance was 71. This Sunday was 63. Please pray for our deacon, Gordon Jones. He is still in the hospital. He is a very sick man. He has gained some, but has a long ways to ...

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Time moves on, here we are in the autumn season. The hornet nests we seen are high up in the trees. The persimmon prediction may be accurate. James and me enjoyed all our trick or treaters and enjoyed visiting the ...

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One never knows. Tuesday James and I were going for our lipids test so you fast 12 hours and then go out to breakfast. I got up that morning with pain so I ended up going through tests for a ...

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October 6th  sure was a change in weather. James and me spent a few days at Chateau on the Lake. Garrison Church made arrangements for us to go. They were holding a retreat for pastors and their wives presented by ...

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The cool weather sure is nice. It gets pretty warm in the evening. The time of year it’s hard to dress for. The persimmon shows a spoon meaning snow, some call the snow poor man’s fertilizer. Due to the bad ...

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God blessed us with a wonderful rain. Hazel Maggard could not of said it better. The rain has been a disaster for some and a blessing to others. Our hearts go out to those who got so much damage, but ...

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Sunday evening, August 19th J.J. Downs and his parents, Dennis and Jenny Downs hosted a birthday party for J.J.’s son, Emery, who was three years old. Those attending were great-grandparents, Bud and Frances Hampton; great uncle and aunt, Jimmy and ...

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The cooler weather sure is a treat. The farmers have had a hard time with springs, and ponds going dry, raising less hay, and hay and grain prices are sky high. The cattle market will go down, it already is. ...

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Everyone was thankful for the rain. Not much news only it has been a hot, dry summer. I had items wrote and then I didn’t mail them. No one is visiting much. Garrison Church had a great Bible School. One ...

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