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Aunt Ildee's Ozark Ramblin's And Reflections Good mornin’ folks! Let’s just sit in the shade for a spell and sip on a cold glass of suds. You know what I mean don’t you? That’s right! A & W Root Beer. It’s so refreshing. I like to freeze it until it’s slushy. Sprite is another strong drink that is better when it is slushy. Enough about my drinking habits. I’ve been thinking about my dear Aunt Alphie again, and just how knowledgeable she was when she was only ten or eleven. She even knew how to conduct a funeral. I’m serious; Grandma always had hens with their little chickens running around. The hens made sweet sounding clucking noises, and the little yellow fluffy chicks would come running to their mommy for whatever treat she had scratched up for them. I remember one sad day when a little chicken had died. Aunt Alphie knew exactly what to do. She got an empty match box and some cloth to line it with for a

casket. She dug a grave. And she is the one who said the proper words over the little box before she tenderly covered it with dirt. Was there anything she didn’t know? Perhaps there was, but I’m not sure to this day what it would have been. A few years ago my dear Aunt Alphie told me something that was more than I ever wanted to know. And I’ve felt betrayed. Now, this is a true story about chicken legs, and if you have a weak tummy- don’t read any further. I see you’re one of the brave ones, because you are still reading. This happened in the days of depression when everyone ate every scrap of food they could get – I think. When grandma Robinett fried chicken, she had to kill one of her own. There was no refrigerator in her country kitchen, or for that that matter- no electricity. Everything had to be eaten the day it

was cooked, unless it was in the winter. Two older sons were still at home yet, and as there weren’t enough chairs, Aunt Alphie and I had to wait our turn to eat. About the only pieces of fried chicken left would be the lower part of the leg. You know- the part with the feet still on. Of course Grandma had never thought much about them. That is, until I was having a conversation with Auntie a few years ago. It was then that she confessed she had always given me that part of the chicken because that is where chiggers get on chickens. That must have bothered her conscience all those years. I can’t help but wonder what else my best aunt in all the world did that I don’t know about. And I only eat white meat these days, just to be safe. Do you remember how tasty green beans were when we cooked them a long time with plenty of fat bacon, and all the salt we wanted

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Barnett, The Little Town with a Big Heart By Dwight Weaver Until 1926, Missouri State Highway 52, which runs east and west, was numbered 24. It became Highway 52 in 1926, just three years before the construction of Bagnell Dam began. Between Versailles and Eldon the route is, with just a few exceptions, nearly a straight course as it parallels the bed of the old Rock Island Railroad. The highway carries a lot of Lake-bound traffic coming from Kansas City. A little over three miles southeast of the Junction of 5 and 52, the highway passes the former town site of Marvin, and then six miles further, the town of Barnett. It is hard to believe that at the beginning of the 20th century, Marvin had four dwellings, a school building, a general store, a blacksmith shop, a post office and a gas station. Its depot was a stop on the Rock Island Railroad and the town had a grain elevator and a large stock yards. The town was named for an engineer on the railroad. According to the Morgan County Historical Society, the town’s highway sign survived until 1960, so today’s travelers have nothing to clue them in that a town was ever there. Barnett, population approximately 125, has greater visibility and many more dwellings but its business community is now more absent than present. There were once high hopes and great ambitions for the success of Barnett as a center of commerce. In 1873, when the town was new, the editor of the Versailles Weekly Gazette said “. . . it is not generally known throughout the civilized world that this burg exists, and is destined to soon become one of the business centers of Morgan County. Our geographical situation is one of the best in the county, being ten miles east of Versailles in the midst of the best agricultural and stock raising districts in the county, and immediately south of us lies one of the best mineral districts in the state. We have

one dry goods and grocery store, one drug store, one saddle and harness shop, one blacksmith and wagon shop, and all are doing a thriving business . . .” The town sits on land originally known as the McCasland Gap, which was a strip of prairie lying between two long stretches of timber. The land was owned by a man named McCasland. In 1870 a man named Lusk built a store here. He had a son named Barnett, who died in his youth, so the man called the site Barnett but the local people chose to call it Barnettsville. The post office was established in 1875 and the town’s name was shortened to “Barnett” by the postal service. The town suffered its blows – a terrible cyclone in April 1880 killed people and destroyed property. In 1882 a small pox epidemic wrought havoc among the people; and in 1901 it managed to survive a horrible drought. But then in 1903 the Rock Island Railroad came through Barnett and the town was given a new lease on life. The coming of Lake of the Ozarks was also predicted to make the town a gateway to the lake, giving it a life-sustaining flow of traffic as tourists sought recreation on the Lake and land upon which to build cottages in the valley of Indian Creek six miles distant. Even as the Bank of Barnett was on its last legs as the

Great Depression overwhelmed the country, Ozark Magazine, whose editor lived in Barnett, praised the little bank with its “modern bank building” for helping create the vision and constructive forces that would bring success to the “Osage Dam” (Bagnell Dam) project and Lake of the Ozarks. Even though The Barnett Community Club” promoted the motto “The Little Town with a Big Heart,” the tourism and agriculture dollars they hoped for were not sufficient to sustain the town. When the railroad ceased running not many decades later, the town went into a steep economic nosedive. If you tour the little town today you’ll see the old bank building still stands and is now a private residence. The Barnett Elevator building still exists. It was built in 1912 and was in business until 1996. Several small busineses have given Barnett a try in recent years but too many business doors are closed and their windows boarded up. The photo that accompanies this article shows the Rock Island Barnett Depot as it appeared in 1957. The photographer is unknown. For more information about Barnett see the author’s book History & Geography of Lake of the Ozarks, Volume One, and the History of Morgan County Missouri 1833-1978.

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Vanishing Lake Landmarks Dwight Weaver The Lake of the Ozarks region is strewn with cultural, commercial and industrial artifacts, features of the landscape that include buildings, structures and objects, some of which are significant to the area’s history, architecture, archaeology and culture. Our local historical societies (Benton, Camden, Miller and Morgan counties) strive to preserve what artifacts and ephemera they can. This largely consists of images, text, and relatively modest-sized man-made artifacts and a few of the possessions of better known, pioneers, natives or long-timers of the region. The preservation of historic buildings, bridges and other structures (except the building they are in) is ignored because the structures would be too costly to attempt to buy, save and maintain. As a consequence, we are steadily losing our visual, educational and cherished links to the Lake’s past. Our children and grandchildren will eventually feel the impact of this thoughtless behavior. They are being robbed of much of their Lake region heritage. Only a few landmarks of the Lake of the Ozarks region’s earliest history along the banks of the Osage River survive to remind us of how it used to be without paying a visit to a local historical society museum. Among those is the old stone Iron Smelter dating to the 1870s that sits with its feet in the Lake in Bollinger Cove at the 44 mile mark. Another monument to the

past, one almost entirely forgotten by everyone except fishermen, sits in the bed of the Osage River about one mile below the Highway 54 twin bridges below Bagnell Dam. It is the old Bagnell Water Gauge Tower. Five-feetsquare made of concrete and rising some 25 feet in the air, it once had a bridge connecting it to the river bank. It was used to gauge depths of the Osage River and was built more than 120 years ago. Also remaining are some of the rock wing dams in the Osage River that were built to improve navigation for steamboats. Nothing built for tourism since the construction of Bagnell Dam is 100 years old yet, a tool many people use to justify tearing down the old for something new. There are now so many building codes and restrictions operative that trying to save an old building, commercial or otherwise, for posterity is nearly impossible. As the saying goes, you can preserve it only if you can afPHOTO BY DWIGHT WEAVER

ford to buy it, restore it and maintain it. The destruction began early and sometimes loss was due to causes not attributable to “progress.” The quaint and historic Gov. McClurg Mansion that sat along the Lake shore at the mouth of Linn Creek Cove burned in the 1940s. A marina now occupies its former location. The historic Snyder Mansion, better known as the “Ha Ha Tonka Castle” burned in the 1940s and left us with ruins in a unique geological area that has, fortunately, become a state park, where that history can be celebrated. In the 1960s we lost Our Lady of the Lake Chapel along the highway in Lake Ozark. It was built entirely out of native materials and was much loved. Developers, it is said, made sure it was bulldozed down over-night to thwart the “save the church building” group that was being organized. Nothing was saved. More recently we lost Arrowhead Lodge, a much venerated structure. Across the road from the former site of Arrowhead Lodge stands the original Knifebird Indian Shop rock building of the same age. How much longer will it survive? No one knows. Other structures of special historic value at the Lake’s east end include the White House Hotel building, currently vacant, and the rock-veneered Hennessey building which houses Old Time Photos, both on the Bagnell Dam Strip. In Osage Beach stands the old cobble-


www.addmydeal.com stone-veneered Osage Beach Hotel building on Lake Road 5424. Both Linn Creek and Camdenton downtown areas have several buildings of historic vintage dating from the early 1930s. The early developers of resorts and fishing camps often built with log and rock because it imparted the rustic look, the materials were easily obtained and economical. We’ve lost the vast majority of these buildings. A few lonely ones, however, stand here and there among the trees along Lake roads, including a few giraffe-rock houses built in the 1930s by Tommy Forrester and other local architects. One of Forrester’s crowning achievements was the Pla Port Lighthouse. We lost it in the early 1960s to new development. Eldon, Barnett, Versailles, Stover, Cole Camp and Warsaw all contain historic buildings and some efforts have been made in

several of these communities to save some of their more cherished architectural and historic structures. Gravois Mills also possesses several street-front buildings of early Lake vintage. We have a few swinging bridges built by Joe Dice left at both the east and west end of the Lake that are being preserved. Only the Hurricane Deck Bridge survives to remind us of the three scenic view bridges we once had. The original Grand Glaize Bridge and Niangua bridges have been replaced. Engineering integrity, enhanced traffic movement and safety are the issues with these bridges. Thank goodness Bagnell Dam, our largest and most impressive engineering marvel, as well as Oak Lodge, Willmore Lodge, and the Water Tower that crowns the hill above the Dam, are beyond the reach of private developers.

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A Dream Lived Out After 40 Years By Randy Dinwiddie Publisher Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC. Have you ever wanted to do something as a child and never seemed to be able to make it happen? Here recently that was me. I have always been enphatuated with trains and the thought of them. Such a huge machine that can pretty much move anything you can think of by rail.

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a room for 2 nights at the 4 star Embassy Suites near the plaza shops and museums. It all started on a frantic work week both of us were very stressed for the same reasons that everyone is right now, to much month at the end of the money. We waited at the Jefferson City Mo train station for an extra 45 minutes because of a trouble on the tracks. The employees of the station were very friendly and real, just like I like them to be. The trip to the KC Station was my first ever experience. At first I felt the trip was me doing the disco duck in my chair because we were having to make up time and the train was definitely rocking back and forth lol. Well at that point if made to ride on a plane I just tell them to bring on the jack and coke, and boy howdy that's just what I did. After about hour 2 of me talking my wife's head off, I settled down. Such beautiful scenery on the Amtrak rail car. Its almost more then one can take in.


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I worried about transportation after we left . Would we be able to get from the station to the Hotel this late at night? All the silly things that one shouldn't worry about. My wife is the brains of this operation, she reminded me that we would not be in the middle of no where like at home, there would be a Taxi waiting on the train and we would be fine. Once again she was correct. After getting off of my first train ride, it was kind of off centering and not because I

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employees were absolutely professional and knew how to take care of the customer. I would give the whole experience a 9 of 10. Wonderful eatery, and free gourmet breakfast served downstairs of the 16 story Hotel. Our first day of the stay we went to several of the art museums and parks close to the Hotel. It was absolutely breathtaking to see the art and gardens. Embassy suites took us pretty much anywhere we wanted to go (Continued on pg 12) Deal Maker

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By Zack Ewing As the weather cools and the leaves start to turn many gardeners assume the season is coming to an end. Nothing could be further from the truth, fall is one of the best times to garden, with the air cooling off and the thunderstorms coming to an end our weather is much more stable. In fact fall is my favorite time to garden, many of the bugs are done with their cycles for the year, moisture is retained much better in the soil and now you can grow many of the crops you wish you had in the summer when your tomatoes and peppers started fruiting. Fall is a time that merges summer hot crops with fall cold crops and kicks off the season for canning and colorful salads. In this I will lay out the foundation for making wide row beds, what fall crops are, and how to plant them as well as using cover crops to improve the health of your soil. So we begin our journey with making wide row beds. Wide row beds have many advantages two of them being the soil will stay warmer longer in the season and deeply aerated soil allows for better root growth. Soil temperature is important for seed germination as well as vigorous plant growth and is one of the big keys to early or late gardening. Root growth is also very important, the larger your plant root system is the more water and nutrients it can gather, this not only will allow your plants to grow bigger faster but it also makes the fruit contain more nutrition for you. To make wide row beds you start by deep tilling your soil, we want our beds to end up 4 feet wide, so I till a path 5 times the width of my tiller and making several passes to get as deep as I can. I also like to take this time to add compost and organic matter to the soil, as I till it really mixes the dirt and food together. After I have the soil tilled I measure out my beds with string and then shovel the loose dirt from both sides into my bed then even it out with a rake.

Now keep in mind this soil may contain a jackpot of weed seed so it is best to water your beds and let the weed seed germinate for a couple of weeks. Then let the soil dry and use a garden hoe to cut the weeds off below the dirt or use a propane weed burner to kill them, once this is done the beds are ready to either be seeded, cover cropped, or mulched. Some seeds we will direct sow in the dirt, other plants and bulbs are better transplanted than seeded. Our crops will be divided into families, we do this for crop rotation, crop rotation is important to minimize plant pests and dieseases.

Planting! We are going to actually start our fall crops in mid July, we want to plant our longest growing crops first 70+ days to harvest. The crops we are going to plant now are Kohlrabi, Rutabaga winter squash, cucumber and corn if you

We will split our plants into these families, Gourd (squash, cucumber, melon), Beet (beet, spinach, Swiss chard), Cabbage (collard greens, arugula, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, choi, kale, kolrabi, radish, turnip, rutabaga), Carrot (carrot, cilantro, parsely, parsnip), Legume (peas, beans, alfalfa, hairy vetch, clover), Onion (onion, garlic, leek, shallot, scallion), Sunflower (dandelion, endive/escarole, lettuce, mustard, mache). Now I know someone out there is going to say Farmer Z, mache is in the valerian family and mustard is in the mustard family isn’t it? Yes it is! But for our garden use we will put it in the sunflower family to make things simple. So we have our 7 families now you need

wish (must be 70 days or less to harvest "Alaska" is 55 day). The kohlrabi and rutabaga will go in our Cabbage bed and can be sown directly into the soil, Plant seeds at a rate of one per square foot and keep the soil moist until the seeds have germinated. After the plants get several inches tall mulch with straw. Our winter squash and cucumber will go in our gourd bed, these crops can also be direct seeded and it is best to use T post and 6 ft fence to allow them to climb, after all they are a vine, then mulch with straw to keep the moisture in and promote soil health. If you decide not to use a trellus, after the seeds have germinated and are a few inches tall mulch the bed with a heavy coat of straw so the vines

to plot them out for a proper rotation, each family needs its own space and should not be mixed unless you are very experienced in permiculture and intensive gardening practices. It is up to you how many beds you have or how they are divided, we just want to keep the families together and separated.

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August Mid August is the time to start the major planting, we will start with some of the root crops. Carrot and parsnip should be planted in the carrot bed, the carrots will be ready in late fall and the parsnips should be over wintered and harvested in early spring. The cold weather during the winter makes the parsnips sweeter. Plant onion bulbs in wet straw mulch in the onion bed, plant as many bulbs as you can(about 9 per sq ft), in about

30 days green onion are ready to harvest and in the later part of fall full size onion will be ready for harvest. Garlic, leek and shallot should also be planted in mulch and over wintered for a spring harvest. Beet bed, beets and turnips can be planted all at once or planted in weekly intervals for a continual harvest. Plan the beet harvest so that all of the beets are harvested before first frost, cold snaps tend to make beets bolt. Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage (red is best for winter storage) go in the cabbage bed and should all be started in soil blocks or pots, I prefer and use soil blocks for many reasons and I will get into that in late winter. After your starts have sprouted and have grown several inches transplant them into a thick straw mulch and give a good watering with fish emultion tea or compost tea. Direct sow radish seed in one week intervals until the first part of October, radish are a 30 day crop and can stand a light frost. Now is also the time to start your kale, chard and collard greens, kale is a leafy green similar in taste to cabbage and chard is similar to spinach in taste. We also want to plant our peas now, we will plant 2 pea seeds at the base of every corn stalk, the peas use the corn as a trellis and also release nitrogen for the corn to feed on.

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crops, these crops can be direct sown and all are fairly fast growers. In our carrot bed we will plant our cilantro and parsely, both of these prefer cooler weather. In our cabbage bed we will now plant Auricula and choi, there are many varieties of choi and Chinese cabbage and are all equally yummy, bak choi and pak choy are two great picks. Auricula loves cold weather and can withstand a pretty good frost. In our beet bed we will now plant spinach, again, there are many different varieties of spinach, bloomsdale is my top pick. In our sunflower bed we start our Italian dandelion, endive/escarole, lettuce, mustard and mache, all of these are very cold tolerant and a few of them can withstand most mid and southern Missouri winters.

September

October/November These are the months for many harvests, your beets should be done and after a frost your turnip will taste the best and your rutabaga and kohlrabi will too! Your carrots should be a good size and your cabbage ready as well. MULCH, MULCH, MULCH! This is a word I want to pound in your head, mulch protects the soil from so many things as well as gives it health. Now that our beds are established we will never till them again, tilling actually harms and compacts the soil, crop rotation and the use of cover crops will keep your soil in tip top shape. All cover crops should be mowed or cut down in the spring and either composted or left to lay on the beds. Before next spring I will

cover more in depth the subject of using cover crops and permiculture, once you get this full circle bed system going it creates it's own eco system in the dirt and on top. It takes care of its self using plants to replenish soil nutrients of all types as well as attracting beneficial bugs to kill destructive bugs. Many of the plants also put off scents that these bad bugs dont like and they just move on to you neighbors "seven dust, miracle grow row garden". Your garden becomes sustainable and produces a much higher yield and food that is extremely dense in nutrition. Keep this in mind, sickness is caused from a imbalance in personal nutrition, you are what you eat! Email questions to ewingfamilyfarm@yahoo.com www.ewingfamilyfarm.com

Keep sowing your succession seeds for a continual harvest, many of your plants will be ready for harvest in mid to late September, most lettuce are 45 day crops. When you harvest your greens cut them above the dirt several inches, by doing this they will just grow back for several more harvest. Also your beet, radish and turnip leaves are edible, radish have a peppery flavor to them and beet and turnip are yummy in a stir fry or salad. Make sure you dont cut all of the leaves off, keep some of the smaller ones to keep the root alive.

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By Dwight Weaver During the construction of Bagnell Dam from 1928 to 1931, old Bagnell was a boom town and grew to a population of more than 3,000 in a matter of a few months. The service road from old Bagnell to the dam construction site was four miles long and the hills and valleys along the way were densely populated with the tents and shacks put up by the men who came from all corners of the United States to get a job. The Great Depression was on and millions of men were out of work. The dam was the only on-going large scale construction project in the United States during the Great Depression. On the service road were several general merchandise stores erected by local businessmen. A tent city developed around each one. Two of the largest temporary settlements were Victor City and Damsite. The latter settlement grew to a population that rivaled old Bagnell. Violence and crime of all kinds was rampant in the temporary settlements. The Miller County sheriff had to employ 35 deputies to keep law and

order in the area. One of the chief problems was moonshine whiskey and bootlegging because Prohibition was also in effect. Illegal stills were raided on an almost daily basis and rum runners were constantly cooling their heels in local jails. When dam construction was complete, bootleg whiskey was also a problem on the Bagnell Dam Strip. One enterprising maker of white lightning even had his still on a boat in the Lake. Nevertheless, the dance halls and saloons along the Strip never lacked for intoxicating drink. It was said that moonshine came in the back door by the pint and went out the front door in the belly of customers. The White House Hotel, shown in the photo accompanying this article (photographer unknown), is where moonshine was rumored to be available. Lawrence Fry who operated the White House Hotel did not drink but his partner, Bill Hargis, did. It is said that Hargis kept his moonshine hidden in the weeds behind the White House so he’d have plenty of it to keep his poker-playing friends well watered during their notorious

late night poker games in the hotel basement. The 18th amendment was repealed in two stages in 1933 – first beer in the spring and then a few months later, hard liquor. Prohibition thus came to an end. The nation celebrated and so did the merchants along the Strip. “Beer A Boom to Lake Business,” said a local newspaper headline on April 15, 1933. “The return of legal beer spelled the return of better business for business houses in the lake region. The long desired beverage was met with popular acclaim every place and many dealers stocks were quickly depleted the opening day. “Resort owners throughout the lake area stated that beer was accounting for a good percentage of their business and that if sales continued at the present level the coming summer should see the end of the depression locally. . . Only one lake distributor [was] foresighted enough to envision the demand and as a result, the Ozark Lake Distributing Company’s dealers of Goetz Country Club were in an enviable position among their fellow dealers for a time.”

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She looked at the clock and it read 3:30 a.m. She knew she had to roll out of bed and start up the fire stove even thought she didn't want to. The chill in the house wouldn't go away and she had a whole crew coming in an hour. Her husband lay in bed sleeping. She thought she'd let him sleep in a little while she prepared breakfast. They worked from sunup to sundown and enjoyed the farm life. There was no other place she'd rather be than right by her husband's side, helping with their many acres of farm land. Etta slipped into her housecoat and wrapped her robe around her body. She slipped on her slippers and quietly went into the front room. She opened the fire stove and there were still embers burning from last night. She gave the fire a poke and placed a few more logs on the fire. It would begin to heat up soon. She hummed as she walked into the kitchen, her slippers making a shuffling sound as she pulled the eggs and bacon out of the ice box. She retrieved her cast iron skillet and began to prepare for the day. She'd be cooking for twelve farmhands and they needed all the energy they could for the

day's work ahead. They had a big day today as they went out to harvest the corn. Etta wished at times they had children that could help out with the farm but it just didn't seem to be in the cards for her and Harvey. They had plenty of children around with all the farmhands but none that would be an heir to something that Harvey and Etta had worked so hard for. No one understood the life of a farmer and his wife unless they were farmers as well. Early to bed, early to rise, and a lot of hard work in between but all that work kept them home together. Etta would drive the old pickup to town once a week and have lunch at the country store with all the other wives. Each had prematurely wrinkled skin and premature grey hair. They all giggled like little school girls whenever they'd get together, talking about the cows birthing and the crazy personalities of their chickens. It offered them a small respite before heading back to their lives of cooking, cleaning, milking, birthing, and cleaning out manure. Etta hummed as she stirred the eggs. She cooked up five dozen this morning. She fried up the bacon beyond crisp and began to make the dough for


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“Morning, ma'am,” Roy said as he took off his hat to sit down at the table. “Looks like we're the first ones here today.” He had spoken too soon. The rest of the crew came piling in the door, enjoying the smells of Etta's breakfast. They all poured coffee and some of them tucked their napkins in their shirts while others didn't seem to care. They passed around the coffee pot as they gulped and talked with their morning coffee. The biscuits came out piping hot. Etta set the biscuit pans on each end of the table. “Don't touch now! I haven't made the gravy.” They all looked greedily at the biscuits, knowing full well she had made more than enough. She poured fresh milk from Dally their cow into a skillet mixing it with flour and salt and pepper. The gravy began to thicken as the farmhands talked over the morning work. “You need to check on the sheep, Roy. They're lookin' like they need some shearing and the rest of us will head to the cornfields and get the machines going.” “It should take us a few days but it'd be nice if it was less.” Harvey looked at Etta. “Think maybe you and the girls in town could help out with bringin' us lunch out there tomorrow?”

“I think so as long as we do the same for them when the time comes it shouldn't be a problem. I'll call up Josie this morning after I get the milking done and take care of the chicken shed. Oh... I should be mowing down the grass today, don't you think?” “I'll do that this evening for you Ma'am,” Roy offered. “Oh... You need to get home to your family, Roy. You won't have much time with them during this time of year. I'll do it. Thank you for the offer.” Roy shrugged his shoulders and kept looking at the biscuits. Etta finished the gravy and placed the saucepan on the table next to the eggs and the bacon. “Okay, boys! Dig in! Eat your fill. We got us a full day ahead!” They clamored and rustled the pans passing the biscuits around the table. Skinny Roy piled bacon, eggs, and six biscuits on his plate. “You make me sick, Roy,” Bert said disgustingly. “Skinny as a worm and can eat anything you want. I have to watch my figure.” He patted his belly. “Uh...when you gonna start doin' that?” Roy asked. The table erupted in laughter. Nothing like having a good laugh, some nice warm biscuits and gravy, and a beautiful farm and friends.

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One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10.

One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Good only Monday-Thursday. Not good on weekends. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10.

For a Limited Time Only at the Following Locations Lake Ozark. (573) 365-6013

Fulton (573) 642-1808

Osage Beach (573) 348-3966

Holts Summit (573) 896-8606

Eldon (573) 392-1487

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Godot’s Ice Cream DOGPATCH FREE CHILD’S CONE LAKE OZARK SOUVENIR When You Purchase a Regular Sized Funnel Cake

BUY BIG MAC SANDWICH GET FREE SMALL SMOOTHIE

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BUY QUARTER POUNDER W/ CHEESE

GET FREE SMALL SMOOTHIE When You Purchase Our New, Medium or Large Frappe Lake Ozark. (573) 365-6013

Fulton (573) 642-1808

Osage Beach (573) 348-3966

Holts Summit (573) 896-8606

Eldon (573) 392-1487

One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10.

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$5.00 OFF Your Nights Stay 5451 Hwy 54 • Osage Beach, MO 65065 (573) 348-5677 DM

FREE MEDIUM FRY AND SOFT DRINK With any Angus Burger Purchase Lake Ozark. (573) 365-6013

Fulton (573) 642-1808

Osage Beach (573) 348-3966

Holts Summit (573) 896-8606

Eldon (573) 392-1487

One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other of- One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this fers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10. where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10.

$5.00 OFF Your Nights Stay

BUY ONE PIZZA GET ONE FREE Of Equal or Lesser Value

10 Midway Road • Eldon, MO 65026 (573) 392-2100 DM

4824 Highway 54 • Osage Beach, MO 65065 (573) 302-4300 DM

One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10.

One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 9/1/10.


The Square Beyond Compare®

FREE APPETIZER With Any Regular Priced Purchase of a 14" Or 16" Pizza DM One coupon per customer per day. Not to be used with any other offers. Some restrictions and limits will apply not mentioned in this coupon. Contact merchant for complete details of this offer. Void where prohibited. Taxes are extra. Expires 8/15/10

COLUMBIA 7701 N. Roanoke

KINGDOM CITY 3154 US Hwy. 54

COLUMBIA 220 N. 10th St.

COLUMBIA 1013 West Blvd. N

FULTON 2213 Cardinal Dr.

COLUMBIA 520 E. Hinton

LAURIE 200 Brook Lane

FULTON 1001 Bluff St.

COLUMBIA 2116 Paris Rd.

ASHLAND 602 E. Broadway

TOP TIER DETERGENT GASOLINE

49¢ 32 Oz Soft Drink When You Present This Ad


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