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The Dinner Bell

BLUEBERRY SALAD   1 large can crushed pineapple 1 large package black cherry or blackberry Jell-O 1 can cold water 1 can blueberry pie filling   Add enough water to pineapple juice to make 2 cups. Bring to a boil and add to gelatin. Stir until dissolved.  Add 1 cup cold water. Add pineapple and […]

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Philadelphia News

April will be a busy month for the church family. April 5th will be high attendance Sunday, as well as the beginning of our revival. Brother George Mims of Phillipaton Baptist Church at Sidon will do the preaching and Brother Gerald will lead the music. That afternoon the Lafayette Associational Bible Drill will be held […]

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Dogwood Hills Garden Club

The Dogwood Hills Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting on March 5, 2009 at Jody’s of Tupelo, MS. The guest speaker was Ms. Rosemary Gaines whose topic was spring floral designs. 12 members and two guests attended. Before the program, members enjoyed browsing among all the interesting, unusual, hard-to-find items covering the shelves and […]

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Liberty School News

A wonderful evening of music was presented by the “Moonstones” of Oxford. Lil Grisham welcomed the attendees to the February meeting of Liberty School.  Stephen Fitzgerald gave the invocation/blessing prior to the covered-dish dinner. Following the dinner Curtis Downs and the “Moonstones” presented the entertainment. Mr. Downs (formally of Liberty) provided the vocals for the […]

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Etta News

Hang in there now it seems we may be in for  another roller coaster ride with the spring like temperature weather condition.  The weather can change so quickly on never knows what the next day will bring.  Sorta like life, things may be going good today and tomorrow some tragedy or mishap of some kind […]

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Ellistown Breezes

The sunshine is most welcome this Monday morning since rain has been in the forecast for several days. I feel sure that flowering trees and other plants trying to bloom will more than appreciate rain. As the poet said, “Into every life some rain must fall.”  If raindrops were the only rain we had in […]

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Philadelphia News

We made it! Our goal for high attendance in Sunday School was 100 and when the count was made we had 100 present. Our revival began Sunday with Brother George Mims doing the preaching. Today’s sermon proved we are going to hear some good messages this week. Jean Spence had done a beautiful arrangement of […]

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Eastern Lights

Well another week has come and gone.  We survived the  cold weather and then the thunderstorms came.  The winds are so very gusty this Friday, one would think that March is still with us. Oh yes, this is Good Friday.  My mom and dad though that the garden had to be planted on Good Friday.  […]

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East Union students DARE to be different

Sixty-one fifth grade students at East Union Attendance Center from Mrs. Amber Elder’s class, Mrs. Pamela Warrington’s homeroom class, and Mrs. Amy Lavanway’s class recently completed the 10-week D. A. R. E. program. D.A.R.E. stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. This program provides students with information and skills that they need to live drug and […]

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Gardening with Tim

Pop told us that morning that it was tater planting time. I knew what that meant. We didn’t have a tractor to row up the garden, but we did have an old middle buster that had been left on the property when we had moved there. That Saturday Pop took his old Renault car and […]

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