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Highlonesome

Leslie Morrison passed away Friday morning, February 6th. He grew up in the Highlonesome community. He was the son of Oliver (Ollie) and Bess (Maggard) Morrison. He always came back to the community and visited my folks, Ebb and Myra ...

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Gentryville Church of God

Snow! Snow! Snow! We had about 10 inches of snow at our house! The snow ice cream sure was good though! Wednesday evening Joe led Bible study, finishing up Revelation 7. Saturday evening was our adult Valentine party at the church. ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Last Weeks News – The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray. Or as my mother used to say, the best laid plans of mice and men always come to some foul end. So, it seems the ...

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Champion

Infrequent visitors to Champion are in for a surprise.  It will shock and sadden some to see that the ancient tree that served as home plate for ball players now in their nineties is suddenly a stump.  Granted, it is ...

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Breedon News

Opening Sunday school Joe Lafferty read the 58th chapter of Psalms. Lee Hampton said the opening prayer. Our lesson was the 2nd chapter of Genesis. It seems odd to be studying in Genesis from the beginning. There has to be ...

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Black Jack Community Church

This Sunday, February 15, 2015 afforded a wonderful of worship at Black Jack Church in Drury, MO.   Prayer requests for the needs of one another, brothers and sisters in Christ, and family and friends were brought  before the throne ...

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Bethany Baptist Church

The ladies met last Thursday for their Bible Study. They have almost completed a study of Nehemiah, “Rebuilding in the Rubble.” The next Ladies’ Bible Study is scheduled for February 26 at 8:15 a.m. They will be studying Nehemiah 9 ...

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Arno

I talked with Bonnie Phipps Sunday and she was just fine. She said she was staying in and keeping warm. Mary Martha Williams and Hellen Blakey went to Plato to their O.E.S. D.D.G.M. visit. There was 18 there, 14 members ...

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