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Douglas County Museum

Businesses advertising in the 1925 DOCOMO—W. R. Clinkingbeard Furniture and Undertaking.  Linoleum, rugs, traveling bags, trunks, Golden Star and O’Cedar Polish.  Picture frames made to order; window shades.  A complete line of undertaking goods, with auto hearse. Ava Drug Store, ...

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LOCALS

Recent guests in the home of Kathleen Loyd have been Mrs. Martha Thomas, Mrs. Peggy Break, Angel More, Sally Roast, Treda Cornison, Peggy’s daughter, Tiffini and Peggy’s daughter and grandson.

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, May 22nd T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with fifteen weighing in with a total loss of 11.5 lbs. Top losers were Kathleen and Evelyn.  Linda won the Hee-Haw contest. Judy was the only one ...

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Douglas County Museum

We invite you to come by and see the pump organ donated by the Margaret Kottmeier Brill family.  Do you remember the Duck-In Barber Shop on the northwest corner of the square?  Did you ever get a shoe shine there? ...

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, May 15th T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with sixteen weighing in with a total loss of 13.5 lbs. Top loser was Sharon. The top loser for the month of April was Sue, who also ...

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What About This . . .?

By Wayne William Cipriano Why Louisiana?  Why are we going to pump crude oil two thousand miles from the Canadian border to Louisiana across the entire United States?  Could it be not for the concentration of refineries there but for ...

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Starworkers Club

Starworkers Club, May meeting was the 10th with a picnic at Carol Riggs as hostess. Sharon Loesch our president called the meeting to order by saying the Pledge of Allegiance and Club Collect. Devotional was “When Spring Is In the ...

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Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club

The Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club met May 10th in the home of Norma Stillings with Bobbye Priddy as hostess. President Norma Stillings led the reading of the Club Collect. Nadine read, “Give Something.” Norma read for devotional from a book ...

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