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The Conway High School Class of 1989 met Saturday at Contrary Larry Park in Conway. Present were (from left, seated) Robin (Pollard) Marlin, Vicki (Little) Langdon, Teresa (Pusillo) Shockley, Julie (Miller) Manary; (row two, standing) Tony Perez, Kim (Dame) Atkison, Victor Jay Medlock; (back…

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Notice to all Chattering Chicks: The Next Red Hat meeting will be July 12 at 11:30 a.m. at Jordan’s in Strafford. 

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On Monday John and Vera Terry stopped in to visit Bertha Terry. They live in Des Moines, Iowa. Bertha did not make it to quilting on Monday. It might have been a rather slow day for the quilters at Immanuel on Monday, but Wednesday sure made up for it. Only four gals showed up to quilt on Mo…

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“Rain, rain, go away, little Johnny wants to play.” I think that has been hitting everybody, with farmers wanting to put up hay. This for most has been a wet summer so far. That jet stream will change its course come July and August, probably. Hurricanes are next on the menu I guess.

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“Rain, rain, go away, little Johnny wants to play.” I think that has been hitting everybody, with farmers wanting to put up hay. This for most has been a wet summer so far. That jet stream will change its course come July and August, probably. Hurricanes are next on the menu I guess.

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On Monday John and Vera Terry stopped in to visit Bertha Terry. They live in Des Moines, Iowa. Bertha did not make it to quilting on Monday. It might have been a rather slow day for the quilters at Immanuel on Monday, but Wednesday sure made up for it. Only four gals showed up to quilt on Mo…

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The nine gals at quilting on Monday had surprise guests for lunch. Pastor Robert Knapp from St. Paul’s in Marshfield, Pastor Richard Meyer from Our Savior in Buffalo and our own Pastor David Burge were having a meeting upstairs and came downstairs to join the ladies at noon. We had fried fis…

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The Rader Red Hat Chattering Chicks converged on the Marshfield Burger King around 11:30 a.m. on Friday. Members present were Peggy Rader, Barb Medlock, Betty Stokes, Jim and Diane Whitwer, Patsy Boyd, Mary Powell and guest Ellen Skinner. Ellen went to school with Betty Stokes. It seems that…

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for June 5-11:

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The Juanita Day Garden Club of Niangua has selected its Yard of the Month for June 2019. The winners are Sonny and Mary Ikerd of 3719 State Highway CC. The well-kept lawn, including trees, shrubs and flowers, shows hard work and pride of ownership. Congratulations!

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There was no Rader Report last week as Jim and I took off for Tilden, Nebraska, for a Whitwer family reunion. The 10-hour drive went without incident, but for about 70 miles of that drive all exits were blocked off because of the floods. It was depressing to go mile after mile and find water…

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Summertime temperatures are still hanging in there for the time being, and rains and flooding are still in the news. Hurricane season is starting, and the news said several hurricanes are predicted maybe. Winds coming from both directions will make for a stormy summer in the Midwest. Time wi…

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The Elkland Class of 1956 held its 63rd class reunion May 24 at the O’Bannon Bank Community Room in Buffalo. Those present included (from left, front) Barbara Wiseman Austin, Bob Pointer, Betty Pointer Harris, Chuck Nimmo, Hilma King Silvey, George Crowder; (second row) Gail Dill, Martin Mil…

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Warren Branning, a member of the Conway Senior Center and a veteran who served in the Army Infantry in Korea, was recently honored by Honor Flight of the Ozarks with a trip to Washington, D.C. Branning and other veterans went to Arlington Cemetery, where they saw the Unknown Soldiers Memoria…

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Earlier this month, for Mother’s Day, my daughter prepared a special meal for us. Wanting to go to church, she figured out what she could prepare ahead of time: Grilled chicken, baked potatoes, green beans and garlic bread. It was delicious. I furnished the dessert: peach pie and raspberry pie.

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Summer is already here as the hot and muggy days have appeared already before the first day of summer makes the scene on June 21. Look out for July and August, which will most likely be hot and dry. Our weather is changing faster than the days, hours and weeks go by, it seems to me.

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for May 26 to June 4:

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Nice warm weather is making the flowers bloom abundantly. Everything is leafing out with plenty of rain to help, but we don’t need the storms it brings when the jet stream changes. Usually it is raining and stormy on Memorial Day weekend. Hope all have a safe and nice weekend together with f…

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for May 8-14:

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After such a wet and stormy week, it was good to have sunshine on Sunday morning. Church attendance was down, but those who were there sang with gusto and enjoyed the sermon on the Joy of worship that joins heaven and earth. It was great to hear that when we sing praises, the angels in heave…

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April showers bring May flowers, and so far the saying fits the season for all the pretty flowers and trees. If it weren’t for a few places flooding and storm damage, it would be a very good spring. I hope all of you out there agree.