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Wed
20
Nov

The Business Doctor

The Business Doctor

Tranquility, Tariff, Trade, Taxes, Tactics, and Trump

We have two

main political parties, but we have 100 different kinds of cheese, several large automotive companies, multiple genders, and countless religions. Just two political parties to try and fit every difference for each group of people. These differences are fueling growth in some areas but killing growth in others. The businesses that are growing we need to promote those businesses to get stronger and these struggling we need to patron to save (if they are meeting consumer needs). At this moment, no company is without some hesitation about what the future holds. Planning your competitive tactics is genuinely frustrating. The real issue is Small American Businesses have been at disadvantages against overseas markets. “Oh, lord, what are we to do now!”

Wed
20
Nov

Hey, Let’s Talk! “Chee-Bugah” Casserole

Hey, Let’s Talk! “Chee-Bugah” Casserole

To paraphrase Saturday Night Live’s late John Belushi in his ‘Greek Diner’ skit: Customer ily will love (Charlotte Miller take note!).

Wed
13
Nov

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Reading history, possibly about your foreparents, you will encounter words that are no longer commonly used. The following words will clarify some of those “Bygone Words” that were often used many years ago but are not in common use today

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Wed
13
Nov

The Farm Wife

The Farm Wife
The Farm Wife

Marinated Beef Roast

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Wed
13
Nov

Hey, Let’s Talk! The Monster Mash

Hey, Let’s Talk! The Monster Mash

You remember that Sixties novelty song by Bobby “Boris” Pickett? Sung in a Boris Karloff type voice it’s been a popular Halloween song ever since AND I haven’t been able to get it out of my head since the Halloween party that Susan’s daughter Sommer put on last week.

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Wed
06
Nov

Pat’s Chat

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This new time is hard to get used to. I woke up at 4:30 this morning. But when our bodies adjust to it, we’ll be just fine.

A bunch of mine went to the State Fair Friday. Ethan, Aly, Decker, Rodney, Carol and Pat Arbuckle. Alyssa and Ellie Clark, Trent and Bre Jones, and Suzanne Justice. The kids were all so good and the weather was perfect. When Trent and I went there, we also went to a basketball game at Pleasant Hill. He got to spend the night with us, first time in a while. But that was one tired little boy by the time we got home, I don’t think he moved all night long.

 

 

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Wed
06
Nov

Hey, Let’s Talk!

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The title could be about the first frost of the season and Autumn leaves starting to turn OR this title could be the opening stanza of the second verse from one of my favorite songs by that old Psychedelic Rock band Jefferson Airplane called “If You Feel”?

Wed
30
Oct

Pat’s Chat

Pat’s Chat

We had the Fall Carnival Friday night at Stanley. It was very well attended and I think all the kids had a good time. Jason brought Jax over, but all he wanted to do was eat. Aly and Ethan brought Decker, but after chasing him for about 15 minutes, they were ready to go. Cammie brought Trent down. Bre, Alyssa, and Ellie also attended. That is sponsored by the PTO.

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Wed
30
Oct

Along the Way

Along the Way

Halloween in the 80s was a night of plasticmask-wearing fun.

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Wed
30
Oct

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

This is a follow-up article concerning the Mansfield Female College Museum and Lyceum. The Secretary of State said the Lyceum needed a new roof, a new ceiling, new windows plus several other major items and the State would not be able to complete these. The estimated state cost would be three million dollars. The Friends of the Mansfield Female College realized the absolute need for it to be remodeled for an event center for DeSoto Parish and surrounding areas. Various plans were discussed to carry out these renovations.

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