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We had another week of ice and snow, which gave the Conway School kids a two-day break. But I hear there may be more rain and snow on the way — just so it doesn’t snow twenty-four inches, like it did one month in February. Don’t know the year that happened.

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It was a beautiful weekend and an awesome football game watching the Missouri Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl!

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I’m filling in for Diane as she, Jim and Gary have flown to Washington state to be with Kelly. Keep Kelly and the family in your prayers. If anyone wishes to help with expenses for Kelly, they can send donations to Gary Shaffstall at PO Box 45, Niangua MO 65713. Medications have been over $3…

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Our weather has sure kept people at home these past couple of weeks. Leona Medlock, Bertha Terry and Marjorie Welch did get over to the Morgan Store for lunch on Saturday. They did have one dilemma, though. Welches Bridge was closed, so they had to turn around and go over to Nation Drive to …

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for Jan. 22-28:

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Jeff and Sue Stokes, Jamie Stokes, Ryan and Danyelle Stokes, Kayle and Jason Poznick and Morgan Young gave a walk-in shower to Doyle and Betty Stokes for Christmas. It took a few days to get it installed, but I hear it is wonderful. 

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for Jan. 15-21:

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We are having springlike weather here in January when we are supposed to be having winter or January thaw. Remember, the first 12 days in January are supposed to be what the weather is for each month of the year 2020, like Jan. 1 for January, Jan. 2 for February, Jan. 3 for March, etc. It is…

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Another busy year is nearly gone at this writing. Christmas was interesting in the Rader area. Many were suffering from head and chest congestion with lots of coughing. I was miserable for three days, but was doing well by Christmas day. Lewis and Peggy Rader are both still very sick, and Wa…

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It has been a busy week for most everyone, but it was mostly baking, shopping and cleaning for company for those I talked to. The Bonnie Wilcox family celebrated their family Christmas this past week in spite of chest congestion, sniffles and inclement weather. I was assured the children wer…

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for Dec. 25-31:

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On Monday, Dec. 9, Leona Medlock met relatives at the Morgan Store for lunch. Beside Leona there were Greg and Shirley Reid, Juanita Randolph, Linda Cooper, Larry and Terry Timmerman, Phil Timmerman, James and Carla Medlock and Dixie Leonard.

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Senior centers operate in several towns throughout The Marshfield Mail readership area. Here are their menus and activities for Dec. 11-17:

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Last week we picked up Ben Pyle from the Christian Care Center in Lebanon to bring him to Immanuel Church in Rader.

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Last week we picked up Ben Pyle from the Christian Care Center in Lebanon to bring him to Immanuel Church in Rader.

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It is that time of year again where everyone seems to be busy as bees. Christmas lights are hung around the house roofs and decorated trees can be seen through windows. I went to Leota Caudle's Christmas craft open housed and was able to visit with Sue Sears while there. She said that hubby …

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The Rader Chattering Chicks met at the Westside Café in Lebanon on Friday. Patsy Boyd picked up Mary Powell and Barbara Rosenthal because both needed a ride. Jim Whitwer was chauffer for me and Barbara Medlock. Becky Maroney and Connie Kayes were also at the luncheon.  The December Christmas…

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On Wednesday, Oct. 16, a weapon was discovered by staff members in a student’s backpack at Conway Junior/Senior High School.

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Weather is back in a kind of summer pattern, it seems. We had some stormy weather, but let’s hope for good weather time the rest of the week.

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After such a busy last week, things seem to have been a little quieter in Rader town. 

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Things were really hopping and popping around the Morgan Store last week Thursday. Greg was at the cash register taking care of some customers and Shirley had just sat down at one of the tables when there was a loud CRACK! Owners and customers alike all ducked for cover fearing someone was s…

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Brrr! We had a chilly couple of nights this past week; after 91 degrees, 31 degrees is quite a change, don’t you think? It changed too quickly for human nature to adjust to it with the rain added also. Well, that is more of what is to come as we head into the winter season.

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It has finally arrived. Sunday is Blue Shirt Sunday at Immanuel. Come in your best blue jeans and blue shirt and don’t forget your nickels and dimes.

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The Marshfield High School football team and its followers spent a lot of time on the road last Friday, but came home from Nevada with a 38-6 win. The victory evened the Blue Jays’ season ledger at 3-3, while Nevada continues to search for its first win of the season.