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What About This . . .?

By Wayne William Cipriano The Moon River Theatre was in the news a lot recently.  Andy Williams, a well-known entertainer, frequent performer, and/or owner of the theatre died, and just before that there was an incident of embezzlement that took ...

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, Oct. 23rd, T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with eleven weighing in with a total loss of 8 lbs. Top losers were Billy and Sharon. Sharon had the lesson on “Affordable Ways To Lose Weight”   ...

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Fourth Sunday Singing

The regular 4th Sunday Singing was held at Oak Grove Church, October 28.  The welcome was given by Emcee, Sybil Gheer; Bro. Charles McFarland opened with prayer; song books distributed/collected by Freeman Porter; 51 present; 40 songs and 1 recitation ...

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, Oct. 16th, T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with twelve weighing in with a total loss of 15 lbs. Top loser was Rachel. Fall Rally was great fun, we raffled off a kitchen utilities basket ...

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Starworkers

Star Workers Extension Club had their October meeting the 111th at Doris Holman’s home. Sharon Loesch our president called the meeting to order. We said the Pledge of Allegiance and Club Collect. Doris led devotional, “Sign of Autumn.” We then ...

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Douglas County Museum

We appreciate Mrs. Roberts for bringing her Bear’s Den students through on Tuesday, and to Mr. Moore for taking our pictures.  They got to do a scavenger hunt to find things in the Museum. Sharon took through the second graders ...

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, Oct. 9th, T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with thirteen weighing in with a total loss of 13.25 lbs. Top loser was Sam. Fall Rally is this weekend in Springfield. Linda had the lesson on ...

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Starworkers

Meeting came to order at 10 a.m. We said the Pledge of Allegiance then the Club Collect. Kitty, Billy, Doris, Sharon, Charlie, Carol, Elnora and Macee were in attendance. Doris read the devotion, Signs Of Autumn. Doris was hostess. We ...

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What About This . . .?

By Wayne William Cipriano Do you enjoy as much as I read­ing the excerpts taken from previous issues of the Douglas County Herald printed twenty-five to one hundred twenty-five years ago?  Following the development of families, the county and the ...

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