Cedar County Historical Society meets

by Judy Nichols The Cedar County Historical Society meeting was held on June 15, at the museum in Stockton. Members present were: President Judy Nichols, Vice President Bob Phillips, Treasurer Kay Snow, Assistant Treasurer Shirley Potts, Luella Phipps, Sharyl Henry, Marcie Haralson, Chris Barber, Kenneth Potts and Dale Goodman. Secretary Connie Maupin was absent. Judy

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June is Dairy Month

Nutritious dairy foods are often forgotten in the American diet. In fact, according to a report from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), 85 percent of Americans fall short of the current dairy recommendations. Most Americans need just one more serving of dairy

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Zinnias can be a mainstay in any annual flower garden

A zinnia can brighten any garden according to Kelly McGowan, horticulture educator, University of Missouri Extension. “Although sometimes considered an old-fashioned flower, the zinnia can be a mainstay in the annual flower garden in the Ozarks,” said McGowan. The zinnia is a tough plant. It thrives on heat, and it is drought tolerant. “The zinnia

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TOPS Club Missouri 9319 Minutes

Leader Robbie C. called our meeting to order and ask Kay to lead our song. She led us in the song “Go, Go, Go To TOPS.” Our TOPS and KOPS Pledges were recited. Marilyn D. then led us in exercises to get us warmed up and awake. She then called Linda W. to receive her

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Beydler Reunion Sunday

The 62nd annual Beydler reunion will be held Sunday, June 25, in the Sac Osage Electric Community Room on Hwy. 54 east of El Dorado Springs. A carry in lunch will begin at 12:30 pm. For more information, contact Joyce Stewart at 417/296-0890.

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News from Harwood and area

by Helen Ellerman Madalyn’s Kitchen, south of Schell City, will hold a Fourth of July celebration at the Schell City Park on the Forth of July. It will start at 5 p.m. hamburgers and hot gods will be furnished. Everyone attending is to bring a side dish and their lawn chairs. There will be fireworks

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Gardening Charlotte

Want Bees? Suggested title: There are five misconceptions people have about keeping honeybees. Although some of these sound similar, each has its own set of unique challenges so I often advise people to go into beekeeping only after giving these much consideration. 1. There is only one way to keep bees. Not only are there

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Skakal family holds reunion

The 34th annual Skakal Reunion was held at the Mark Koca residence in rural El Dorado Springs on Sunday, June 11, 2017. Attendees enjoyed a carry in dinner and catching up with one another. Sandy Eckard and Jennifer Koca were the hostesses. It was decided to meet again on the second Sunday of June, 2018,

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Tri-County Quilt Club News

Tri-County Quilt Club met Monday, June 5, at the Rockville United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 109 Osage St., for their regular meeting with 14 ladies present. Vice President Evonne Andersen called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. Secretary and treasurer reports were approved. The program was by Bobbie Hardgrader, demonstrating “Going across Country” using

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Happy birthday Dixie Peterson

by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam titled “Being a Man of God.” The ladies served the men a delicious breakfast of all their favorite breakfast food, no corn flakes this year for Father’s Day. Mt. Zion Home Bible study held Tuesday

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