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General Interest

T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, July 10th – the meeting was called to order by Sharon. We had a total of 17 weigh in. The top loser was Sharon. The top winners of the 4th of July Picnic drawings were 1st – Evelyn with ...

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Douglas County Museum

Ann was a town in Douglas County in 1904 located three and one-quarter miles northwest of Florilla; Biggs was seven and one-half miles south of Phlegeton; Granada was shown to be two and one-half miles northwest of Beaver.  It was ...

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Community Events

This column is for fundraisers, benefits, or community functions for which a fee or membership dues are collected. Items will be printed in this column twice for a single fee of $5 for 20 words or less. ****** 6th Annual ...

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Fourth Sunday Singing

The regular Fourth Sunday Singing was held at Gentry Church on 07/22/12 from 2-4 pm. The welcome was given by emcee, Sybil Gheer. Brother Bob Huskey annointed Linda Prest with oil and ask all attending to join in with a ...

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Bryans Host Belated July 4 Celebration

Don and Evelyn Bryan hosted their annual July 4th celebration, Saturday, in their rural home. Red, white and blue was the theme for their get together, with barbequed foods, plus many side dishes, followed by homemade ice cream. Evelyn provided ...

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Douglas County Museum

Ann was a town in Douglas County in 1904 located three and one-quarter miles northwest of Florilla; Biggs was seven and one-half miles south of Phlegeton; Granada was shown to be two and one-half miles northwest of Beaver.  It was ...

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Items, Photos Requested for Museum Exhibits

FORSYTH, Mo. ––  Final plans for 2012 original exhibits at the White River Valley Historical Society (“WRVHS”) and the Branson Centennial Museum are currently underway, according to WRVHS Managing Director Leslie Wyman. “While we have a large number of photos and objects ...

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Douglas County Museum

We appreciate the donations to the Historical Society in memory of Stephen Norman. Other local artists from Douglas County who have shared their books with us are:  Bevy Bice, Inspirational Poems; Hershel A. Pahl, Stroke Survivors Living a Joyful Life ...

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