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Gladys was raised at Atlee attending school at Ringling. She married the late Mr. Robert Holloway April 25, 1945 at Wilson where they made their home. Young spoon led mississippi state with 18 points. Ben howland’s team was down for much of the first half, but hardly out. Old spoonhad 13.

In order to extend the walleye fishing season through Labor Day, the state will allow for an additional 11,000 pounds of walleye harvest. Catch and release walleye fishing will run from Friday, Aug. 11, through Monday, Sept. I talk to Mr. Case, the superintendent, I always tell him, it wouldn be right if I not fighting for my kids. I understand if you have to say no.

A surgery in St. Anthony and another in St. John Sexton underwent six months of chemotherapy. Joy is preceded in death by her parents, Leslie Harold and Grace Mabel Hearsey, brothers Joseph William Hearsey, Archibald Lloyd Hearsey, William Frederick Hearsey, and sister Irene Grace (Hearsey) Bailey and husband Jim Bailey, nephew Leslie James Bailey, and William Kuzik all from Canada; and her brothers in law Robert Joe Thrower and wife Jackie, Woodrow Allen Thrower, sister in law Peggy Anada (Thrower) Thompson all from Texas. Joy is survived by her husband Jim, son Jim Jr. And Becky Cole, son Ron and wife Gwyn, brother Leslie Thomas Hearsey and wife Janet, brother Ronald Edgar Hearsey and wife Carole, sister in law Agnes Hearsey, nieces Sharlene (Bailey) Kuzik, Joanne (Hearsey) Misner and husband Don, Debbie (Hearsey) Kakagamic and husband Brian, nephews Brian Hearsey, and, Todd Hearsey and wife Tanya all from Canada; sister in law Jeanie (Maus) Thrower, brother in law Doug Thompson and wife Harriet, nephews Blake Thrower and wife Melinda, Daniel Thrower and wife Eden, Woodrow Thrower, Mark Thompson, and Matt Thompson, nieces Vikki (Thrower) Drennan, Kelly (Thrower) Brenner and husband Tom, Julie (Thompson) Brown and husband Steve, and the two best grandchildren Joy could possibly have in her life, Kate and Cole all from the USA..

People thought timber supply master works before they knew they were fakes people thought these are great works of art we put them up and doesn’t matter. I think it only matters it teaches us something really important which is we don’t ask you look at works of art for the beauty for what they teach us visually. We look at them as autographs we look at them is priced As for and he’s beyond the reach of the FBI and American law while staying in China.

Because there was one child still waiting for his parents. And drove until he ran out of gas and then we found him, Lowe said, total we found 12 people and I think they were surprised; a lot of them had just given up once their vehicles died. It was humbling for sure..

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