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Penney Pinchers

Occasionally I'll see a link called Penney Pinchers pop up on my FB page. For the most part I don't pay any attention to them,


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Shannon County Minutes

Tuesday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 23. Light and variable wind.


Sunny, with a high near 50. Calm wind becoming southwest around 6 mph.

Wednesday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 25.


Partly sunny, with a high near 49.

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, with a low around 28.


Partly sunny, with a high near 51.

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 34.


Partly sunny, with a high near 54.

Saturday Night

Partly cloudy, with a low around 31.


Partly sunny, with a high near 47.




Eminence School Board

Local Author's Book about Wild and Tame Horse

On January 18, 2018, Dent County resident Cindy Dooley photographed a newly born foal in the Shawnee Herd of wild horses along the Jacks Fork River. She returned to the herd throughout the year to follow the filly's growth and capture her interactions with the other wild horses. When she was put up for adoption this spring, Dooley adopted her. "Shawnee Girl" is her name and she is now the subject of a book, Shawnee, Wild and Tame, the True Story of a Missouri Wild Horse.

Kathy Love, a writer and resident of northern Shannon County, learned Cindy's story and decided it was a perfect way to tell the world about the wild horses that live along the Current and Jacks Fork rivers within Ozark National Scenic Riverways. "When most people think of wild horses, they think of the mustangs out west, or the wild ponies that live on islands off the east coast," Love said. "But the Missouri horses' reputation is growing. They attract visitors from many states who come to admire and photograph them. Cindy's story is a way to provide factual background information in a simple, sweet narrative that will appeal to readers of all ages."

As most Shannon Countians know, the horses are descended from animals that were abandoned in the 1930s-1940s, when the virgin pine timber had all been logged, the Depression hit, and World War II lured people away from the area to jobs in the cities. The wild horses ranged along the rivers, which are managed by the National Park Service. In 1992, park personnel became concerned they were causing erosion and competing with native wildlife for food. They decided the horses had to be removed. Horse lovers formed the Missouri Wild Horse League and enlisted the late congressman William Emerson to help write a bill that would allow the horses to stay. The bill passed, with the stipulation that the herd be limited to 50 horses. Every year, five to ten horses are rounded up and offered for adoption to keep their numbers in check.

Shawnee, Wild and Tame, is a 56-page hardbound book with color photographs and illustrations of the wild horses. It can be purchased at the Shannon County Museum or on Etsy.com by searching for HaystackValleyArts.

Summersville Bookends

Mr. Grinch, (not the Mean One), will be visiting Summersville Library @ 11 a.m. on Saturday, December 14th for a unique Story Time & Craft! Everyone is invited to come meet Mr. Grinch and make a Grinch craft to take home. Pre-registration won't be necessary.

New children's books to our branch include Merry Christmas, Curious George, Margret & H.A. Rey; The Snowman Band, Cheryl Hawkinson; and Snow Wonder We're Friends!, Molly Wigand.

The Summersville Friends of the Library group usually meets at the library on the 2nd Monday of each month @ 8:30 a.m., but due to the holidays, the next scheduled meeting will be on January 13, 2020.

There's never a charge for library activities, thanks to the Summersville Friends of the Library and Texas County Library, but you can show your appreciation by attending the Friends' monthly meetings and being a part of this service to our community.

New members are invited to join this active group in supporting and participating in the continuing growth of the Summersville Branch Library. The Friends' Facebook page can be found by entering "Summersville Friends of the Library".

Any Texas County Library branch is your one-stop-shop for printing, copies, fax or free scanning to an email address in addition to our other services. We're so much more than just a library these days!

Texas County Library now has e-Books and audio books available to download for Texas County Library patrons! To view the catalog and download, go to our website: texascountylibrary.lib.mo.us, click on "e-books", or come by the library for assistance. Texas County Library cards are required.

Summersville Library is a branch of Texas County Library and located at 480 First Street, on the south side of the square, next door to Open Door in Summersville. Business hours are 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m Saturday. Check out our webpage @ texascountylibrary.lib.mo.us or contact the library: 417-932-5261, or e-mail us: svtexascountylibrary@gmail.com or fax: 417-932-5262.


Shannon County Health Department Calendar

HOURS: Monday-Friday, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm


- Public Health: Blood draws (doctor's order required), blood pressures, blood sugar screenings, Immunizations, Lead tests, Hemoglobins, TB tests, Pregnancy tests, Temporary Medicaid for pregnant women, STD & HIV testing, etc. For more information, call our office.

- WIC (Women, Infants & Children):By appointment only; see schedule below

- Diabetes Nutrition Classes by Robin Harwell, RD, from Mo. Highlands Healthcare (see schedule below)



Wed., Dec. 11: WIC at Birch Tree Pioneer Baptist Church (by appointment only); No Immunizations on this day at Birch Tree WIC

Mon., Dec. 16: Flu Shots, Public Health Services (see above)

Tues., Dec. 17: WIC at Eminence (by appointment only);

Immunizations, Lead Tests, Hemoglobins

Wed., Dec, 18: WIC at Birch Tree Pioneer Baptist Church (by appointment only); Immunizations at Birch Tree WIC (call for availability)

Mon., Dec. 23: Flu Shots, Public Health Services (see above) WIC at Eminence (by appointment only); Immunizations, Diabetes Nutrition Classes by Robin Harwell (call for times)

Mon., Dec. 30: Flu Shots, Public Health Services (see above)

Tues., Dec. 31: WIC at Eminence (by appointment only);

Immunizations, Lead Tests, Hemoglobins


The Postscript by
Carrie Classon


"Transatlantic Turnaround"

My husband, Peter, and I are returning from Spain by boat. The whole idea started when Peter read a book about the sinking of the Lusitania.


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Carrie Classon's memoir, "Blue Yarn," will be released this month. Learn more at CarrieClasson.com.


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Eminence Library News

New Eminence Public Library Hours: Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Location: Courthouse First Floor.

For Your Health: Help build a healthier community

For Your Health: Getting help for seasonal affective disorder

By Dr. Graham A. Colditz

Siteman Cancer Center

For all its holidays and celebrations, winter can be a tough time for many people. The long nights and cold, gray days can knock us off our regular routines and just leave us feeling a bit down. And that's to be expected from time to time. For some people, though, the changes in mood they experience in winter can be more severe and lasting, pointing to a serious condition called seasonal affective disorder.

Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is an illness that is tied to other mood disorders, such a depression and bipolar disorder, and it can significantly impair daily living. As the name implies, it has a clear pattern of coming on and then going away during specific seasons. "The most common form of seasonal affective disorder is major depressive disorder with a major depressive episode in winter," said Dr. Emily Mukherji, adult psychiatry clinic director at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

About 1-3 percent of people in the U.S. will at some point experience an episode of seasonal affective disorder. Typical symptoms for the condition most often mimic those for depression, including decreased mood, lack of interest or pleasure in , concentrating or thoughts of suicide. Some symptoms, though, can be more specific to seasonal affective disorder, such as lower energy levels, an increased appetite with carbohydrate cravings and an increased need for sleep.

"It's almost like a form of hibernation in the winter months," Mukherji said.

The good news, though, is that seasonal affective disorder can be treated. So, it's important to talk to a health-care provider if you're concerned about how you're feeling. The worse you feel and the worse your symptoms, the more imperative it is to get help. "Anyone at imminent risk of hurting themselves or others should call 911 and go to an emergency room right away," said Mukherji.

Treatment for seasonal affective disorder most often involves a combination of antidepressant medication and light therapy, which is the use of a special lamp that simulates exposure to sunlight. Someone with only mild symptoms may use light therapy on its own, without medication.

Light therapy lamps are available online and at specialty stores and can cost around $30 and up. Some provide continuous bright light that you can sit in front of while reading, eating breakfast or watching your favorite show. Others act more like a natural alarm clock, simulating the light of the rising sun over a 90-minute period or so.

"Most people will use light therapy from mid-October through March and will bring their lamps out every year around the same time to try to prevent a winter depressive episode," Mukherji said.

When buying a lamp, look for a bright-light lamp that provides around 10,000 lux of brightness or a dawn simulator that provides around 250 lux. Light therapy can have some side effects, like eye strain, insomnia and irritability, so it's important to follow the recommendations of a health-care provider. In general, bright-light sessions should be kept to mornings and under 90 to 120 minutes a day.

Other steps that can help with seasonal affective disorder include counseling in cognitive behavioral therapy and following certain healthy behaviors, like exercising regularly, getting outside during the day, eating a healthy diet and limiting alcohol.

Whatever season it is, it's important to look after your physical and mental health. Winter, though, can bring unique health issues. And although it may seem in line with the harshness of the weather, you shouldn't feel the need to hunker down and endure through an episode of seasonal affective disorder on your own. You can feel better.

"SAD can be significantly impairing but it is a very treatable illness," Mukherji said. "So please seek out help."

It's your health. Take control.

Dr. Graham A. Colditz, associate director of prevention and control at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is an internationally recognized leader in cancer prevention. As an epidemiologist and public health expert, he has a long-standing interest in the preventable causes of chronic disease. Colditz has a medical degree from The University of Queensland and a master's and doctoral degrees in public health from Harvard University's T.H. Chan School of Public Health.



Thomasville Treasures

Winona Food Pantry




Letters to the Editor!

Dear Editor,

Country Before Party?

The recent missive from Congressperson Smith is another attempt to distort reality. There are some facts related that are true, but are misleading. Other items are simply not true. Smith toed the line of the Koch brothers when a representative in Missouri and now continues the follower-ship role in Congress.

It is clear from the testimony of State Department sworn witnesses that President Trump tried to extort help from the president of Ukraine. He used an irregular channel headed by Guilanni instead of using State Department officials. The Ukrainian government did get a meeting with Trump and did get military assistance, but only after the White House knew their scheme would be exposed due to the whistle blower's letter. In an attempt to develop an alternate reality Trump called Ambassador Sondland denying "quid pro quo," an obvious quote from the letter. Sondland did confirm the call, but went on to clearly show Trump and Giuliani worked together on the extortion scheme. Extortion is a crime even if it is not successful.

Smith accuses Congress of not working, but Congress has passed over 300 bills that Senate leader McConnell refuses to bring up. Smith accuses Democrats of what Republicans are doing. McConnell dubbed himself the "grim reaper" for Democratic legislation. Instead of the Hippocratic oath that medical doctors take, it seems some Republicans take a "hypocritical" oath.

Smith quotes Hamilton, expressing his concern that "there will always be the greatest danger that the decision will be regulated more by the comparative strength of parties, than by the real demonstrations of innocence or guilt." I assume Smith aimed this quote at the House Democrats. We should all listen to the true facts and judge if the House votes based on "...the real demonstrations of innocence or guilt." Hamilton goes on to warn, in reference to the Senate, "...when it is considered that the most conspicuous characters in it will, from that circumstance, be too often the leaders, or the tools of the most cunning or the most numerous faction; and on this account can hardly be expected to possess the requisite neutrality towards those, whose conduct may be the subject of scrutiny." It is my hope that the Senate will " ... possess the requisite neutrality towards those, whose conduct may be the subject of scrutiny." If Senators put party before country they should be voted out of office.

Jim Vokac

Willow Springs

Eminence Area Senior Citizens News

Dec 11 through Dec 17

Wed/4th Ritzy chicken, corn, spinach casserole, hot rolls, lemon cake cookies

Thurs/5th B B Q pulled pork, hamburger bun, coleslaw, baked beans, pineapple cake (BINGO with Cox Health after lunch)

Fri/6th Orange chicken, fried rice, oriental veggies, white dinner roll, Almond cookie (in House BINGO after lunch)

Mon/9th Sausage hash brown casserole, peppers & onions, biscuits & gravy, bacon, spiced pears Tues/10th Chili w/ cheese, onions, French fries, coleslaw, corn chips, bread pudding (Blood pressure check 10-12:30)

The traditional Christmas dinner will be served on Thursday, December 19! Anyone is welcome to enjoy lunch at the Center! So make your plans to enjoy all the above meals! Lunch served 11:30 until 12:30 each weekday. Seniors age 60+ suggested donation is $3.50!

Winona Senior Center

EHS Alumni News

Driftwood Outdoors By Brandon Butler

Lake Taneycomo in Branson, Missouri Producing Monster Trout

Branson, Missouri is a year-round tourist destination made famous by music shows, but right now, the brown trout fishing maybe the city's greatest draw.


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Discover Nature

At Twin Pines Conservation Education Center in Winona

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Winona Minutes

Area Church News


Jack's Fork Country Church

We were welcomed this morning by our Worship Leader Dave Anderson, with a bright smile and the news of Our Church Float, winning first place, sharing The Light of The World (Jesus). Promise Matt: 10:8 Scripture Psalm 125: 1-5. Opening hymns Joyful Joyful we Adore Thee. Lord I want to be a Christian and Give Thanks. Happy Birthday Kate Staples. Prayers for Fannie Kavney, Angie Bolin, Donna Counts, Jaylee Wisdom, Frankie Pitts, Randy Liggett, Emma Bland, Brooke Fields and Wayne Thompson. Prayer by Allen who then led us in the Lord's Prayer. Special music by Dave, Are you ready to go? Great message in song, think about it? Children's Church with Mike and Connie in Nancy's absence. Message by Tommy Boyd: Our Prayer Life. Eph. 3: 14-21. It was said about Hudson Taylor, for forty years the sun never rose on China that God didn't find him on his knees. Are you satisfied with your prayer life? I don't know too many people who would say yes to that question. Read the prayers of the Bible and let them become your Prayers. We : 1.A humble attitude. Paul did not make himself the center of the conservation but focused on the Lord and the Church. 2. A focus on God. The Father adopts all believers worldwide into his family for eternity. As we approach the Lord's Throne of Grace. We must remember that we are humble servants, and he is our exalted God. Pray the Prayers of the Bible. 2 Chron. Solomon's prayer, Daniel's prayer, Jesus Prayer in Mark, Prayer in Eph. Matt: The Lord's Prayer. Tommy ended with prayer and an open invitation to accept Jesus today. Closing hymns When the roll is called up yonder. and The Old Country Church. Thought for the Day, Will the road you're on get you to God's Place? Closing Prayer by Brian.

Black Pond

Birch Tree Assembly of God

Church Faith Tabernacle

Unitarian Universalism is about finding a community of people who don't want to change you, only help you be the best version of yourself."

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of West Plains meets each Sunday at the Yellow House Community Arts Center, 209 West Trish Knight

Street, West Plains, MO. We gather at 10:00 AM to socialize, the lay led service begins at 10:30. Our theme for December is Compassion. Everyone is welcome to join us and participate in discussion.

Learn more about Unitarian Universalism at our website: https://uuwestplainsmo.org/

And on our Facebook page: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of West Plains


Phone: 417.256.7499

Area Church News

Eminence First Baptist Church
Website: www.fbceminence.org

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. We were excited to see a great Christmas parade on Saturday night. The FBCE Warriors for Christ Youth Group had a float in the parade. These kids have such servant hearts. The Christmas tree is up in the foyer with almost 450 angels. The angles have names on them of every child and youth that has ever attended our church. As it is the Advent season our messages have been on Christ in Christmas. Last week our message was about the Mission of Jesus Christ (1 Timothy 1:12-17). Today it was about the Humility of Christ. The verses were from Philippians 2:5-11. We need to make our attitude that of Jesus Christ. As He humbled Himself to willingly and unselfishly lay aside the splendor and glory of heaven to come down to save us from our sins. Jesus humbled Himself and traded heaven's crown for an earthly towel. He became a servant of the men He created. Jesus humbled himself by being obedient. He left the sovereignty of heaven for the submission of earth. Jesus modeled obedience. Have you bowed the knee and confessed Jesus Christ as your Lord. What greater time to do it than now during this season of love and excitement.

Monday night Men's ministry will be taking a break for the holidays. They will start back on January 6, 2020. Ladies prayer group will be meeting this Tuesday at 1:00 PM. Regular Wednesday activities will be as usual, Team Kids will meet from 6-7:50 PM. FBCE Warriors for Christ Youth meet from 6-7:50 PM. Adults will meet at 6:30 for Bible Study and prayer. We will meet on December 14, at 11:00 AM to assemble the treat bags and fruit trays for the Children's Christmas Program on Sunday Morning and Caroling on Sunday evening. Those events will be on December 15. January 11, 2020 our church will host the RENEW 2.0, Community Women's Conference. Registration forms are available at the most churches in town.

Breakfast next week will be from Linda Mahan. Nursery will be attended by Max Rader and Jayne Rader.

Prayer Requests,

Freda Henderson, Bill Wellinghoff, Lisa Harig, Fannie Kaveny, Dusty Titus, Ron Johnson, Johnny Laughlin, Dick Martin, Donna counts, Nick Corbo, Jim Smith, Jean Burrus, our community, our leaders, our schools, our youth, our law enforcement.

Come and join us at 9:45 for Sunday School, 10:45 for Worship. Evening worship is at 6:30 PM. We are pretty casual, so come as you are. Pastor Paul's sermons are on Facebook Live every Sunday around 11:30 AM. Go to Pastor Paul Wellinghoff's Facebook page to see it live or to view it at a later time. The sermon is also posted on the Church

Facebook page: First Baptist Church Eminence.


The people of Eminence United Methodist Church invite you to join us Sundays at 11. We are one block west of the 106/19 junction. Our hearts, minds, and doors are always open for you.

Happy Sunday! We opened with candle lighting by Brent and Bryce Rowden and prayer. This is the 2nd Advent Sunday, where the church prepares for the coming of Christ. We welcomed Gene Copeland who was raised in Eminence and attended our UMC growing up, and who has now come back to Eminence to live. Birthdays this week were Bryce Rowden and Derek Brewer. We also received news of a new baby who will be joining our church in the Spring! We held our Christmas Dinner after church and the word to describe it was YUM!

We ask special prayers for Eileen Frescoln and Joyce Williams. We are also asking the community to donate non perishable food and toiletries to the Blessing Box located next to City Hall. Holiday food items will be especially appreciated! Thank you to all who generously give. Our Blessing Box is rarely empty because of the giving hearts in Eminence.

Scripture was from Luke 1:1-25 and Luke 1:57-80. Hymns were Come Thou Long Expected Jesus, Oh Come Oh Come Emmanuel, and Hail fo the Lord's Anointed.

The children's message was about a forerunner, which is the person who announces that someone or something is coming. John the Baptist was the forerunner who announced the coming of Jesus Christ.

The message this week was "The Forerunner." The key verse was from Luke 1:78. Because of God's tender mercy, the morning light from Heaven is about to break upon us.

God gave us free will which often did not work out the way he had planned for us. God sent us Jesus to undo our wrongs and to take our punishment. He chose John the Baptist to announce the coming of Christ. Elizabeth and Zachariah remained childless in spite of their prayers. Zachariah was a priest and when he was chosen to go into the temple he was met by an angel who gave him a message from God: he and Elizabeth would have a child and they were to name him John. Zachariah could not believe it due to Elizabeth's age so God rendered him speechless. When a pregnant Mary came to visit Elizabeth, Elizabeth's unborn baby leaped in her womb because Mary was carrying Jesus.

John regained his speech upon the birth of John and he and Elizabeth followed God's instruction that the baby be named John. John was circumcised on the 8th day. This is especially interesting as on the 8th day of life, Vitamin K, which aids in clotting blood, is the highest it will ever be in a person's life. John was given special rules by God. He was to live in the wilderness and wear clothing from camel hair. He was not to drink wine and was to eat locusts and wild honey. Perhaps he would be better noticed with this lifestyle as he was also a prophet with an important message that Jesus, the Son of God, was here and John was preparing for Him. John told of salvation, light, peace, and love that would come through Jesus.

What are you doing to prepare for Jesus? We too are to be like John and tell others of the coming of Jesus and to follow Him. The Holy Spirit is in all of us so we can share who Jesus is and to bring peace and God's wisdom. We are to warn others of going against God's salvation, wisdom, and peace. You can tell other's what God has done for you. If you don't know why, you only have to recite our key verse, Luke 1:78.

We invite you to join us for our Christmas Eve Service, December 24th at 5:00 p.m.

Prepare the way for the Lord; make his path's straight. Matthew 3:3

Assembly of God


Mt. View Baptist




Faith Tabernacle Bibleway Assembly

Update church number For a ride from Eminence and Winona call 573-604-0800


Area Church News



West Eminence Christian Church

It was great to see Roger and the bluegrass worship team back leading our worship today. We sang "To Canaan's Land, "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem", and "What A Friend" among others. Gary Colvin led our communion devotion pointing out that in this festive time we often gather for family feasts. But Jesus told the parable of the Wedding Feast of the Son of God. Yet many refused the invitation. And for one who did come, though the king provided the proper clothing, he wouldn't wear it. As we partook of the emblems, we were reminded to be clothed with Christ.

We praise the Lord for the sharing of several in presenting the Christmas parade float-- Christ is King of All Creation." We are also reminded of the great sacrifice of many on December 7 at Pearl Harbor. Prayer needs include Fannie Kaveny, Jim Fry, Donna Counts, Leo Beller, Vee Parker who is home, Bertha Goode, Kathryn Conway, Ingrid Orchard, Norma Brinker family, Jamie Romine and children, and Becky Cooper.

Bro. Allen's message was "Wander to Wonder." We too often wander thru life without strong direction. But it may be because we fail to have a sense of wonder at the birth of the Son of God into this world to be the perfect example of a righteous and loving life. And to be the Savior for all who would come to Him.

We invite all to join us for our Christmas dinner and program next Sunday evening. Also, our Christmas Eve service will be the evening of December 24.

Winona Baptist

December 1, 2019

Wow, it's hard to beleive it's almost Christmas, the wonderful time of the year when we celebrate the birth of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ.

Today we came in with our plans for church service, then God had another plan. Isn't it amazing how the Father works. Lots of people came even though they were a little under the weather, that's called faithfulness. Anyway, we didn't have any preaching, just prayer, song and testimony. Sometimes God just wants us to listen to what he has to say.

I read an article in the paper and it made very good sense. "Bibles aren't allowed in schools anymore, but encouraged in prisons, perhaps if kids were allowed to read the Bible in school, they wouldn't end up in prison." How true this is. We had some great testimonies today. How God takes our lives in a different direction than what we thought it was going to be.

Please pray for our president, our nation, our leaders, the homeless, needy, our school safety, our police officers, all those in harm's way, and always pray for one another.

Bro. Nick and Gail challenged the church to read the book of Luke, one chapter a day, starting Dec. 1st. On Dec. 24th we will complete the book of Luke. Blueprint (A) Birth and preparation of Jesus the Savior (1:1-4:13) (B) Message and ministry of Jesus the Savior (4:14-21:38) (C) Death and resurrection of Jesus the Savior (22:1- 24:53)

Don't forget the support of our Lottie Moon Christmas Mission offering. Our church Thanksgiving/Chritmas dinner will be Dec. 22 after church services. Come join in our Christmas celebration.

Happy birthday Taylor Banks, Dec. 18, Treyton Lilly, Dec. 20. Wish you both many more. Have a blessed week. Do something kind for someone. God will bless you for it. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship service 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome. Come as you are. God loves you and so do we.

Women of Faith

Winona Assembly of God

Ladies Fill My Cup Fellowship

Winona Christian Church


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