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Nice weather, maybe the cool brisk air of autumn is here. I don’t want to rush the days. I am just requesting cooler weather. By the time you read this column I will be 62 so I don’t want time ...

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Time does fly, here we are in September. They say the older you get, the faster it goes. Saturday, August 30th our sister-in-law, Betty Halcomb, celebrated another birthday. She is special to us. Bless her heart she put up with ...

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What can we say, it’s a hot time in the Ozarks. We cut our walks shorter because of the heat and dust. Juanita and Raina Powell were kicking up the dust riding four wheelers Friday evening. A very large crowd ...

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Everyone seems to be canning and getting ready for a long hard winter. Sure is dry now and a hot week ahead. Jerry Nelson’s family had a nice garden for their first time experience for some of the family members. ...

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Last Weeks News – Recently James and me stopped by Junior and Betty Halcomb’s on our way to Ron Nunley’s. Our cousin, J.D. Morrison, and wife, stopped by. He visited a while. They were going to another cousins, George and ...

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I am so far behind I don’t know where to start. June 28th, our niece, Connie Siler, was honored with a retirement party at the VFW in Ozark, MO. Lots of friends, family and co-workers attended. We wish her lots ...

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Saturday several plowed their gardens.  The rains have slowed up hay season, but everyone is afraid to complain. Saturday I visited my brother and wife, Junior and Betty Halcomb.  David, their son, came to plow their garden. I stopped by ...

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Saturday James and I attended the benefit at Red Bank Church for Rev. Jon Mitchell, Sr. We really enjoyed the singing, testimonies, the good visiting and seeing and aggravating Irene Swearengin. It is always good to see her and Alice ...

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Another Memorial Day behind us. Flowers look nice on graves remembering their loved ones. My calendar says May 26th Memorial Day observed and May 30th traditional. Years ago I have heard my mom and Matle Morrison talk about cutting roses ...

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A beautiful day Friday. I imagine a lot of folks are at the lake. We sure need a rain. People are disgusted with the gardens this year. Weather plays the important role in gardening and farming. Farmers say there is ...

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