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Rainbow Ridge

One of my favorite parts of the Douglas County Herald is the “Looking Backward” section.  It seems that the people named in the 75 and 100 years ago items are as familiar as those I find in the current paper. ...

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Norwood Gleanings

Howdy. Ronnie Atchison would have been proud of the turn-out he had at family viewing and the funeral. Ronnie felt funerals were important and every time I went, you could bet Ronnie would be there. Ronnie wanted it just like ...

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Little Creek

It’s a foggy Monday morning here and Brandon Beck says it’s widespread. Anyway, Sunday was a beautiful day and I didn’t feel well enough to attend church.  Therefore, I missed out on all the visitors.  Wendy Tetrick and family were ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

What a weekend!  Randy called me last Thursday to say he and Kim would be here for breakfast Friday morning, plus two others, whom I assumed were Ivan and Dena Lawson.  Friday morning I had breakfast just about ready when ...

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County Line

Donna Dodson took me to Springfield Monday to see my kidney doctor.  He said I was doing good. Debra Reed of Kansas called me on Tuesday. Rheba Pool and Sherry Pool went to Springfield on Thursday for a doctor’s appointment. ...

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Breedon News

Bro. Lee Hampton read the 100th Psalm and said the opening prayer. Joe and Susie had to go to Iowa to Joe’s sister’s funeral. I think the funeral is Monday. Our lesson was the first chapter of I Thess. and ...

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Black Oak Church

For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope. Romans 15:4 Brother Roy Frye opened Sunday school after we sang.  He read John 4:1-15 for the ...

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Wasola

“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils,” I Timothy 4:1. The leaves are changing or what is left on the trees with ...

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Thornfield Southern Baptist Church

Mrs. Alene Turner began services today by reading John 14: 22-26. Charles and Maxie Murrill from St. Joe, MO., Roy’s cousin visited with Roy and Pauline Murrill on Saturday.  They took them for a ride on Glade Top Trail and ...

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Tecumseh

The fall colors are at their best display on trees and shrubs, but leaves are falling fast and soon the trees will have lost their pretty leaves. We have now gained back the hour of sleep we lost March 10th. ...

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