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Recorder’s Office again salutes troops

The Recorder’s Office is again sponsoring a tree for "Christmas in the Park 2006." The office needs your help in submitting names of friends and family serving in any branch of the military.

If you know of someone you would like to honor, please call the Recorder’s Office at 663-3183 or home at 684-6160 and add their names to the "Saluting Our Troops" tree.

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Morrises celebrate 70th anniversary

Woodrow and Maxine Morris of Pattonsburg will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006, at the Pattonsburg Senior Citizens Center from 2 to 4 p.m.

All friends and relatives are invited. No gifts please. Cards may be sent to the honorees at 100 Meadows Lane, Pattonsburg, MO 64670. They owned and operated the Imperial Service Station in Pattonsburg for 46 years and have resided in the community

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Pattonsburg Clubs – Tree Climbers

Tree Climbers

A year has gone by since we re-organized the Tree Climbers. During this time we have grown in membership to 50 some. Dues for the year 2007 will be due by January. At the meeting on Nov. 16, it was voted to continue with the same officers for another year. New ideas and projects were introduced and will be worked on. If you have any family information

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Calendar and Menus

At the domino games Nov. 17, Julia Cornett was the winner. Worth Yost got the door prize.

Dec. 1 will be pinochle games at 6 p.m. Bring finger food.

Menus Dec. 4-8

Monday: ham and beans, relish tray, diced tomatoes, cornbread, fruit cobbler; Tuesday: tacos and shells, lettuce salad, juice, cake; Wednesday: turkey and gravy, potatoes, broccoli, scalloped corn, custard; Thursday: smothered chicken, bean salad, baked potatoes,

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Seth Allen bags 14 point buck

Seth Allen, the son of Michelle Allen of Gallatin and Larry Allen of Cameron bagged a 14 point buck this deer season. Seth, 12, usually gets a deer every season, but this was the biggest buck he’s bagged so far.

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Soil testing moves into full gear

The amount of soil samples coming into the Extension offices indicate that crops are harvested and growers are planning their crop nutrient needs for next year.

We continue to get lots of questions regarding the analysis and what the numbers mean.

First, the soil tests rating scales indicate whether the nutrients are low to high. This is an indication of the probability of response to the specific nutrient that is

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R-5 enrichment family night held

Mrs. Brammer’s enrichment class held a Renaissance-themed family night on Nov. 7.

Mrs. Brammer’s enrichment class held a Renaissance-themed family night on Nov. 7.

The students made renaissance-style hats and half-masks to wear during the evening. They entertained their families with puppet shows and juggling. The students made Elizabethan cone puppets, designed puppet stages, and wrote their own scripts for the puppet shows. The students also made "juggaloons" (balloons filled

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Free Gas, Gas Thieves, and Gas Wars

The following is one of a series of continuing article on the Great Depression by local historian of that era, Wilbur Bush.

Upon the arrival of the 1930′s, many cars appeared on the scene which created a need for many gas stations. Northwest Missouri and Gallatin weren’t exceptions. This new demand for fuel provided an open door for fuel provided an open door for gas thieves. In August 1930, thieves

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Danny Mason came Wednesday afternoon for Beverly Mason so she could spend Thanksgiving with them at Kearney. On the return trip Saturday evening they all stopped at Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mason and family for a visit with them.

Butch and Evelyn Bayne and Lavena Lowrey, Louise and Judy Bayne spent Thanksgiving Day with Jessica and David Barnett. David’s brother Bill enjoyed the day with them.

Letha

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