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GARAGE SALE

MULTI-FAMILY INSIDE SALE — Saturday, September 17th, 7 am to 12 noon. 302 East Lexington. Name brand clothes, home décor, shoes, purses, and lots of miscellaneous.

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Allen School Menu

Week of September 19th

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Allen Nutrition Site

Week of September 19th

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Pontotoc County Public Records

FELONIES Andrew Taylor Mosley— assault and battery with dangerous weapon Jerry Dale Robertson— abuse by caretaker Tilmon Wayne Strickland— trafficking in illegal drugs (meth) MISDEMEANORS Randy Keith Avants—failure to comply with compulsory insurance law Johnny Ray Gomez— possession of controlled dangerous substance-meth Matthew Michael Green— driving motor vehicle under influence of drugs Kristin Hall—possession of controlled dangerous substance-meth; foiling or defeating urine, drug, or alcohol screening test Katrina Pearl Hallum— possession of controlled dangerous substancemarijuana & meth Brittany May Lewis—public intoxication Javier Valles—driving under suspension MARRIAGES Scott Thomas Darbison and Dakota Kaylee Beam, both of Pauls Valley Frank Lee Freitas and Sandra Lynn Pruette, both of Ada Mishael Casey Reaws and Alisha Jean Goldner, both of Ada Antawn Lee Hermes and Chelsea Marie Montague, both of Ada Austin Blake Williamson and Brooke Ashley Rains, both of Ada Isaac David Real and Jeannie Michelle Willoughby, both of Ada Ryan Keith Thomas and Anna Elise Spence, both of Ada DIVORCE Travis C. Bevins vs. Brianna N. Bevins Kelsey Thomas Cain vs. Stacy Ellis Cain Melanie Sue Carson vs. Edward Theodore Carson Jr.

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One Pharmacist’s View

I loved Goat Ridge Farm, the farm my dad’s parents operated in Leflore County, Oklahoma. My readers know that’s the farm my brother Gerald and I were often exiled to in the hot summers of the 1940s. My dad, in his fatherly logic thought he might be helping out his dad by sending us down there for a few weeks each summer. He said he wanted to help out his dad since all his sons grew up and (like my dad) fled the paradisical farm and its abundant farming chores. Like character building plowing, hoeing, gathering and milking six or eight cranky cows every day, slopping hogs, and so forth. Besides, dad said, the suffering and hardships would do us both good.

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Celebrating Farmers State Bank’s 100th Birthday!

Celebrating Farmers State Bank’s 100th Birthday!

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The bank celebration

Virgil Walker went home with cash from the drawing

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