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Here’s hoping everyone had a great Easter Sunday, good church services and even an Easter egg hunt if that was possible. Memories of mine are the many years I enjoyed having my own hen eggs from the hen house, dying ...

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As temperatures dip low early gardeners are covering up their plants. Leroy Davidson told us he has green beans growing already. There are vegetables that survive cold very well, but most need warmer soil. We have been known to have ...

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Last Weeks News – The purple martins were here early in March and I think would have been happier if sparrows hadnt occupied their martin houses as they did. It seemed they managed to move in at least part of ...

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Those of us who got spring fever have had to table it for a while except for gardening the vegetables that can survive the colder temperatures. Maxine Smith had relatives visiting from Newton, Kans., last week. They were her sister-in-law ...

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What a chilly and snowy Sunday we have had just as gardeners were getting garden fever! We really did need the moisture so vegetation will flourish when it warms up soon. We were sad when Valeta Crawford passed away so ...

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March 4 – Just when we were thinking spring was just around the corner, the icy conditions have moved in. Sylvia Carson and daughter, Theresa, visited me while they were here from Illinois last week, and they had lunch with ...

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We had strong winds Thursday and leaves from everywhere were in whirlwind motion, reminding us that springtime is often tornado weather. The snow put some moisture in the dry earth, but we need rain soon. Maxine Shanerman had her 90th ...

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Celebrating Lincolns and Washingtons birthdays is now called President’s Day this Monday the 17th of February. Just a month away is St. Patrick’s Day. Best wishes to all the sick folks. It seems the flu bug has been getting some ...

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As I wrote last week about early gardeners I’m guessing thoughts of outdoor activities have been put on hold. When it does get close to spring most everyone will get gardening fever. An old spring tonic, sassafras tea, will get ...

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What a snowy Sunday, Feb. 2nd and the first we have had this winter besides a lighter one that soon melted. Our soil needs a lot of moisture for spring vegetation. Gardeners will soon get spring fever and want to ...

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