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We finally got .09 inches of rain. It will help because it is so dry. It looks like the fall weather is coming in. Paul saw some frost one morning last week when he went to feed. Some people are already feeding hay. Mr.  Szabo has been doing some carpentry work on his front porch. One afternoon...
Folks who are lucky to have a turnip patch have some good eating now. I miss having my own turnip patch that I always had for many years. In years past, we would pull the turnips this time of year, cut off most of the tops and bury them back in an area in the garden that had good drainage. We would...
We are still hoping for a good rain. In two little showers we got .03 inches in all. Every bit does help a little, and we are thankful. Paul saw the old airplanes that flew over one day. I had a visit with a guy from Oklahoma on Friday. It was Doyn Mallow, and he was here to attend a school reunion...
My goodness! Summer is gone. Acorns are falling on the ground, and I can hear them falling on my metal roof too. I always enjoyed December coming, especially back in the 1930s when my sisters, both being schoolteachers, ordered candy for their students, and I was included (spoiled that I was--can’t...
A free “Medicare and You” class will be offered here at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10,  sponsored by The SeniorAge Area Agency on Aging and The Center. The class helps participants make sense of the decisions  involved in starting Medicare and in making choices during open enrollment. Individual...
The weather man is saying we might get some rain this week. We really need it. One day last week Paul took Kenny Bushong to Ava to get his pickup. He had it up there for repairs. Mr. and Mrs. Fulkerson visited Ray McDaniel. Mrs. Fulkerson is Ray’s sister. We are seeing lots of motorcycles on the...
Our fall festival time brings the opportunity for old friends to gather and meet new ones. Cousins Colene Pitcock Rose and Marlyn Pitcock met for possibly the first time on the square, and they don’t live very far apart.  Lyndon and Linia Pitcock and two little granddaughters, Cloe and Quinn Wright...

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