Ellistown Breezes

Let me wish each of you a very happy Spring since the season officially begins today. This cloudy Monday morning reminds me of the song, “Above The Clouds The Sun is always Shinning.” Hopefully, we can witness that before the day is over. When I looked at my calendar, I was reminded that it has […]

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Eastern Lights

Sunday, March 8, Lavon and Elaine Hill celebrated their 68th  wedding anniversary with a big family dinner at their home.  Those present were William and Margaret Bailey, Chris and Stephanie Bailey, Doyle, Karen, Colin and Ryan Caviness, Paige, Audrey Anna and Phillip Young, Harold and Brenda Hill. Brother Ronnie Owen brought the Sunday morning message […]

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Macedonia news

Our March 15, Sunday morning services were very good.  The Adult Choir was very good and so did the Praise Group even if they were short in number. Brother Louie’s sermon, “Surveying the Land of Canaan” based on Numbers 13:27-33 was extremely interesting.  But I don’t know how he came up with so many “C” […]

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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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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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Sherman News

The 2009 Sherman school reunion will be held on Saturday, April 25th at the Sherman Library. This event begins at 10:30 AM in the library conference room. The library is located in the old grammar school building which is the only remaining building of the school in Sherman.  The reunion is open to anyone who […]

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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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The South Corner

Hello, I hope this finds all well. The weather has been a little unusual but, also nice. Its just warm enough to make you want to get out and ride. The Reverend Jason Pilcher was speaking of he & his wife riding and hearing the sounds of birds & frogs. This is a wonderful sound […]

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The Dinner Bell

An ingredient was not listed correctly in last week’s pie recipe, so am correcting it today. Don’t you just hate to give someone a recipe with a mistake in it? So sorry about that.   BROWNIE CARAMEL WALNUT PIE   1 9-inch unbaked pie shell ½ cup chopped walnuts 20 caramels, unwrapped 1 (14-oz) can […]

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Macedonia news

Brother Futral’s sermon on first Monday night was outstanding! The singing was very good. The church and choir loft were full. It was a very good service. Senior Pastor Brother James Lewis of DeSoto Hills Baptist Church preaches Monday and I am sure we will have a very good service. Both choirs, Macedonia and Amaziah, […]

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Hawk News

Hello again Hawk fans.  Both the Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams did very well in the state tournaments.  The Lady Hawks defeated Thomastown to go to the 2nd round in the tournament.  The girls fought long and hard during all of the 32 minutes of the 2nd round, but were defeated by McAdams.  The […]

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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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Eastern Lights

Hello again. It has been a wonderful Saturday. One would think that spring has sprung in a big way, but wait, this is only the 7th of March. I am sure we are in for some more cold weather. The pear tree is in full bloom and the daffodils, yellow bells and so on are […]

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Ecru News

Junior Grant celebrated his 87th birthday, Sunday, March 7.  Many relatives and friends celebrated at his home on Main Street in Ecru.  Although Junior is seriously ill, everyone gathered to honor and celebrate his life. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. We wish Allen Friday and Brooke Hamilton get-well wishes. We […]

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