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Along Life’s Way… The Gift Not Given, By Lois E. Wilson
I was married and living in Greenville, Ohio, when my parents purchased their “dream home” in Dayton View. It was an older house in an integrated neighborhood. A bonus—it was a short distance from the central city. That was when we first met Ernie. He never lived in the house they purchased, but he definitely came with it. He did all the outside work; and after... read more
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Enough!! By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! The last couple of weeks have been nerve wracking... hurricanes... floods... possible tornados. That went to high winds... flooding... downed power lines... blown transformers. Then it was living with no running water... living with no electricity... packing water to drink... packing water to flush the toilet. Now electricity has been restored to most places... running water has been... read more
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Puzzle Pete runs the P’s: A to Z, By Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 7-letter words starting with the letter “P” by using the clues in the left column. The letters of the alphabet appear in sequence as the fourth letter of each word. Pete says these P’s are not from a pod, but he thinks you could call the puzzle “P” soup. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… The Red Cross, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals! I saw on a social media cite where the Red Cross got bashed pretty hard. The guy called the Red Cross the "Red Lost." He said: "They are the most inept, unorganized organization I have ever seen." He stated he's been in Kingwood (Houston, Texas suburb) "fighting this thing" (Hurricane Harvey?) and he's not seen one person from the "Red... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Dancing to a Different Tune, By Lois E. Wilson
The Victorian facade of the dancing school bespoke a faded era. Nevertheless well-meaning parents, perhaps seeking a higher rung on the social ladder, prodded their prepubescent offspring up its limestone path. The ornate oak door hid from view yet promised those on the threshold a glimpse of gentility. Ribbon-haired girls curtsied... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s “AS” you like it: A to Z, Lois E. Wilson
Puzzle Pete says to use the clues in the left column to solve the answer words. They are in alphabetical order with “as” placed where occurring in each word. Each dash stands for a letter. Pete hopes you find it as good as it gets. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available, however... read more
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For Your Information, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Hurricane Harvey...Hurricane Irma...Hurricane Jose...Hurricane Katia....Tropical Storm...tide heights...death counts...no electricity...no running water...Houston, Texas...Louisiana...Miami, Florida...the Keys...Puerto Rico...Cuba...the East Coast...the Caribbean...northern Ohio...the list seems endless. A friend of mine - from Darke County - is with... read more
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For those experiencing loss, By Lois Wilson
Once again Senior Scribe Poet Laureate Lois Wilson is on top of the season with her insightful look at the important events of the day. There has been heartbreak and tragedy, first in Texas, then in Florida. “Lately it seems “loss” has been a prevalent occurrence,” she says. “There’s been loss of loved ones, property, lifestyle, jobs, etc. May these verses help you move... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Thinking Royal, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! I found the following pretty interesting. Actually - I'm going to incorporate a few of the "rules" into my life. Enjoy. 50 Rules Royalty Follows. 1)When the Queen stands - you stand. 2)No one can eat after the Queen finishes her meal. 3)Bowing and curtsying are requirements. 4)Marriage comes with a new name. 5)PDAs (public displays of affection) are... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Life Lesson: Play in the 30’s, by Lois E. Wilson
How did children amuse themselves before TV and video games? An only child, I grew up during the Great Depression. My parents struggled to keep their heads above rising financial challenges. They had low-paying jobs but still found their income and outgo ends didn’t meet. The S & L repossessed our home which was almost paid off. My mother always... read more
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Puzzle Pete cheers September, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out why Pete is cheering. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry... read more
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Gamma-what? By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I've been hearing reports that FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) has told people in Houston, Texas that if  people - who have suffered from Hurricane Harvey's snit - want aid (no one can say if this is federal or state aid) - they have to take shots. No one can say exactly what these shots are either. I'm not going to research this column too hard. I'm just... read more
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Along Life’s Way… The Long Shot, By Lois E. Wilson
At 5’9” I was taller than my 5’ grandmother and a little taller than my parents. My height hadn’t been a particular concern of mine. Then one day in the eighth grade, I was sitting at a library-style table with other students. It was study hall. In a boring moment, I stretched my legs out at the same time someone across from me stretched. Our feet tangled. In front of the whole class, the teacher... read more
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It's No Secret, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! I've been reading since I was 11 or so. I've read "across the board".. murder mysteries, fiction, non-fiction, the old True Romance magazines, the old Detective magazines, Sci-Fi, Kent Family Chronicles (based on history when people emigrated to the US when it was 13 colonies and started newspaper businesses, etc.), Alex Haley's "Roots... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s secret about labor, Lois E. Wilson
Work this 4-letter word chain puzzle to learn Pete’s secret. The last letter of each answer is the first letter of the next answer. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. When solved correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers reveal how Pete makes time to get his tasks done. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes... read more
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Of School and Mom, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Again - it's that time of year. As I pen this - school has officially started. It's time to get "in the groove" of early to bed...early to rise... school... homework... dinner... outside time... computer/tv time... bath time... bedtime. Whew... where did summer go? How do we fit it all in our schedule? It's also time to watch out for school buses...kiddies walking...kiddies riding bicycles... read more
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Political correctness gone awry, By Lois Wilson
Once again Senior Scribe Poet Laureate Lois Wilson is on top of the season with her insightful look at the important events of the day. In this case, she hits on the season: the political season. Once again it’s politics… well, at least political “correctness” type politics. Her message? Be careful what you say or do. It might be taken the wrong way. Wilson's completed set of books has a new... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Three Diaries – Three Goals, By Lois E. Wilson
I am fortunate to have three pocket-sized, family diaries from the past. Each page covers two days of a year, has a space to record the day’s weather, and several lines on which to write memories and events. The oldest diary is from 1901 and was kept by my grandfather who lived near North Star, Ohio. The last pages for the year are a monthly ledger. For 1901, his total income from farming activities... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Cookin' Slow, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Since we've been exercising our body (gentle back stretches) and looking at our thoughts - I thought maybe now might be a good time for some thought to food. The following recipes are geared to fit with our daily struggle for peace and the legal tender. If you use a crock pot (slow cooker) and leave the house - make sure nothing is close to the... read more
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"Ang Pagkasirang Komunikasyon" By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I've been dealing with...wondering about...making phone calls to...and all else...over my wifi service. I call CenturyLink. I tell them my problem. They send out "Fixerman A." He replaced the box on the outside of my house. I should be good. I was...for about a week. Then I'm back to service...no service. I call CenturyLink. We go through the same questions. "Fixerman B" shows... read more
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Puzzle Pete gives a “heads-up!” © 2017 Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out Pete’s end of summer alert. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… A Review, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Now is as good a time as any for a review. It should be apparent that we women are emotionally driven. It should be evident that some undesirable consequences have arisen as a result. Some of these outcomes are nasty and last only a short time. Some of these consequences have a lasting effect and have the ability to taint the rest of our lives... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Was it a coincidence? By Lois E. Wilson
My son, Kevin, and his wife had come from Washington state for a few days’ visit in the area. He and I planned to go to Dayton on Friday to do clean-up tasks at a family grave site. But that day it rained 2 ½”. We postponed the trip to Monday. His son Anthony, my 33-year-old grandson from Texas, would be here by then and wanted to go with us. Their wives... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s takes in an August event, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 6-letter answers to this word chain puzzle.. Each dash stands for a letter. The last letter of an answer word is also the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out where Pete went. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… James Dean? By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals! By now you should be able to tell some sort of difference in your body and mood if you've been doing the exercises dated 7/5/2017 and forward. I edit these stories from women for punctuation and I delete profanity. Another story follows. "For whatever reason...I was drawn to the "James Dean" type. They were too cool for rules. And they... read more
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Makes You Think, Doesn’t It? From a CNO Reader
This will remind you of the droll humor of comedian Steven Wright, who once said, “Many are afraid of heights.  I am afraid of widths.” These are excellent “plays on words”. Not puns so much as a different look. * If you attempt to rob a bank you won't have any trouble with rent/food bills for the next 10 years, whether or not you are successful. * Do twins ever realize that... read more
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Darke County Senior Scribe… Thought Circles, By Lois Wilson
Once again Senior Scribe Poet Laureate Lois Wilson is on top of the season with her insightful look at the important events of the day. This time it’s back to school. This is a poem she wrote when she and her husband, Jim, were doing literacy tutoring at Wayne Industries. While acknowledging they were working with adults, she noted – correctly - the message is valid at... read more
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What To Do?! By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! So - I read that the USA "slaps China" with sanctions. China "promises" 1,000 fold retaliation. The UN agrees to sanctions on North Korea. North Korea says: "There is no bigger mistake than the United States believing it's land is safe across the ocean." People that I've listened to and spoken with are in a panic - some actually border paranoia. And paranoia is the... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s double alphabet scramble, Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 3-letter words and abbreviations by using the clues. The last letter of each answer is given. Each answer starts with a different letter of the alphabet. Cross off each letter as it is used.  Pete’s hint: Complete first the answers that you know for certain. Pete hopes it doesn’t scramble your brain. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Rose-Colored Glasses, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Another reader wants to express the following. "I always thought all of my relationship problems with males were the males' fault. I thought my failed marriages were the males' fault. But, that's not true. I took a backward look. What is true is that I had a preconceived mold that I thought all men were capable of filling. Again, that's not true. It wa... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s request to Mother Nature, Lois E. Wilson
Use the clues in the left column to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Puzzle Pete says, “Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers reveal my request and why I wiped my brow.” Wilson's completed set of books has a... read more
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Consider This, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I got the following from Facebook. I did not research it. It makes sense to me. I know - for a fact - that guys were turned down for military duty during the Draft for high blood pressure, flat feet, hearing loss, poor vision, etc. These are all "safety issues." "Transgender Military Ban: For everyone flipping out about President Trump's ban on transgenders serving in the armed... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Sense and Sensibility, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals! I'm actually surprised at how well this column has been received. to date. Thanks readers/hearers sooo much!  A reader wants to share the following. "When I was in my rearing years, I do not remember hearing about anyone being depressed. Certainly you never heard of any kids being depressed. You never heard of anyone being... read more
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Thoughts, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! This is all probably just me but - have you listened to the way people talk - the words they use in various settings? I hear people - usually guys - say they are going to take a p..s. The same guy will ask a dog if it has to potty. Why is there a difference? The same person will take a p..s and his child will potty. When the same "pottying" child reaches say - 15 - that child... read more
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Puzzle Pete hits the target, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out who hits the target for Pete. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Leopards and Zebras, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! A hearer of this column wanted to share her experiences and thoughts. "It seemed like all of the guys I knew and were around, were wrong. They were all liars, cheaters and such. Then I went through a really bad time in my life. After finally getting through it all...I realized a few things. We do not live in a "caste system." If you want to change your... read more
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Fire and Ice, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Iceland is an island nation of Nordic descent. It sets just outside (south) of the Arctic Circle. After being under the control of various neighboring provinces - Iceland gained independence in 1944 - and is still independent today. Iceland sets where the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans meet. The Highlands of Iceland are cold; containing sand, mountains and lava fields... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s “T-zers” A to Z, Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 5-letter words starting with “T” by using the clues in the left column. The letters of the alphabet appear in sequence as the third letter of each word. Pete hopes this puzzle fits you to a “T.” Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available, however Volumes 2-6 are available and... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… An Invitation, By Mona Lease
Greetings, gals!! In my introductory edition of Mind, Body, Soul - I had meant to extend an invitation to the guys out there. Some of this stuff will benefit you - diet, exercise and the like. As nearly as I can tell - we women get a double-portion of what I call the "mush and gush." Males have the xy chromosomal pattern and we women have the xx chromosomal pattern... read more
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My Friend, The Wren, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I had wondered what to write this week. I heard Russian President Vladimir Putin say - on television - that he and US President Donald Trump will work together. I've heard and read that they will work together on the Syrian situation. Ok - so - I heard President Putin say - on television - that it was illegal for the US to sit in the ocean (or sea) and lob 50+ (or however many... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s it takes two, Lois E. Wilson
Pete says that you need 2 letters for this word chain puzzle. Use the clues to solve the 5-letter answer words. The last 2 letters of each become the first 2 letters of the next answer word. Work up and down. Pete asks, “Is it two for tea or two to tango?” Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… A Check-Up and Exercise, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Before you start on any of what I submit to you - I urge you - I strongly suggest - and otherwise ask you - to see your family physician. You need to ask him/her to order "fasting" tests for glucose and cholesterol levels. Your body should be able to maintain a 8 or 10 hour fast. You are allowed to drink water. This will show what the pancreas... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s “E’s”:  A to Z, Lois E. Wilson
Complete the words starting with “E” by using the clues in the left column. The letters of the alphabet appear in sequence as the second letter of each word. Each dash stands for a letter. Pete asks, “Was it E-Z?” Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available, however Volumes... read more
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Brutally Honest, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!!  "I am a friend of Mona's. She's my best friend. I smoked cigarettes. I smoked a lot of them. I now have lung cancer. I also have a cancerous tumor in my breast. I started treatments. Chemo therapy and radiation. I had a port put in my chest. It goes directly into an artery behind my heart. Veins are too small to support the weight (which is actually very minimal) for the... read more
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Oxymorons… From a CNO Reader
1. Is it good if a vacuum really sucks? 2. Why is the third hand on the watch called the second hand? 3. If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, how would we ever know? 4. If Webster wrote the first dictionary, where did he find the words? 5. Why do we say something is out of whack? What is a whack? 6. Why does "slow down" and "slow up" mean the same thing... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… An Introduction, By Mona Lease
Greetings Gals!! It probably started sometime in May - 2012. I had contracted what I believe was viral pneumonia. I was sick for a month. I laid on the couch, over a vaporizer, hacking and spitting. The only taste buds that seemed to work were those that registered sweet. I had given up on any food - I could not taste it. I shoved the Ocean Spray juice to... read more
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Independence Day... Puzzle Pete was dazzled, Lois E. Wilson
Use the clues in the left column to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is also the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Puzzle Pete says, “Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers reveal what dazzled me.” Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six... read more
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Puzzle Pete says, “It’s up to “U.” Lois E. Wilson
Use the clues to find the answer words A to Z. The answers have various endings but all rhyme with the letter “U?” Each dash stands for a letter. Pete wishes good luck to U. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available, however Volumes 2-6 are available and... read more
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Memories of Truth, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I'm amazed - yet again - at how these columns follow each other. Last week was about how women - at large - treated men when they were expressing their new found freedoms and liberties. I found out last Friday that an old girlfriend's boyfriend...who became a friend of mine for the last 28+ years - died. We lived four lots apart in the same mobile home park... read more
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Puzzle Pete says Coming in Second, Lois E. Wilson
Puzzle Pete claims in this challenge, the alphabet is an “also-ran” to the letter “A.” Complete the words starting with “A” by using the clues in the left column.  The letters of the alphabet appear in sequence as the second letter of each word.  The spaces indicate the number of letters in each answer word. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six... read more
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A Crux and a Fork, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! From Wikipedia and concerning Billie Jean King's life - "By 1968, King realized she was interested in women." Being the tennis pro she was - she faced Bobby Riggs in a match (which was dubbed "Battle of the Sexes") at the Astrodome in Houston, Texas. At some point she started advocating "equality of the sexes" - nothing was safe. Remember how tennis... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s advice for Father’s Day, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve the puzzle correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out Pete’s advice. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry... read more
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Summertime and the Livin's Easy, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! It's summer - time for a dip in the pool - a barbeque on the patio - a good water fight - a boat ride - anything to smile or laugh and enjoy low bills and high memory-making times. With that...I submit the following to you. Enjoy...I'm headed to the patio with iced tea. Be careful who you trust and who you tell your problems to. Not everyone who smiles at you is your... read more
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Puzzle Pete salutes the flag, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out why Pete salutes our flag. Wilson's completed set has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s double alphabet scramble, Lois E. Wilson
Pete says to complete the 3-letter words by using the clues. The last letter of each word is given. Each answer word starts with a different letter of the alphabet. Cross off each alphabet letter as it is used. Pete’s hint: Complete first answers that you know for certain. Wilson's completed set has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of... read more
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To the Moon and Back, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Flashing red lights, warning bells...ding, ding, ding. Read on at your own risk. The following is more of what circulates through my head. I told a couple of people and they said they wanted to see this in print. I thought I'd submit it - see what happens. According to Wikipedia, John Glenn was born in 1921. He's an Ohio boy - by the way. He flew on Mercury-6 in 1962. He... read more
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Puzzle Pete goes to a June event, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Puzzle Pete says, ”Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out where I went this June.” Wilson's completed set has a new edition – now six volumes... read more
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Civility, Respect, Authority…, By Sharon Hopper
Boy have we lost all three of these attributes in this nation. I have watched late night TV and have become so disgusted that I just go to bed when the weather is over. That is about all I watch. Everything else in depressing and/or criminal. (lately the weather has not been so upbeat) Now what I am really trying to say is that we now live in a nation without rules. I have... read more
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Don't Be Deceived, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! From my prior column - "Kruschev Said"...I had wondered why this God (the one we, as a people, are saying needs to be back in our schools, government, etc) would help us since His name has been used as a tax shelter of sorts with tithes to the church and that in return helps reduce the tax you owe at the end of the year with the IRS. (I cite this because... read more
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Darke County Senior Scribe… Out of the Woods, By Lois Wilson
Once again Senior Scribe Poet Laureate Lois Wilson is on top of the season with her insightful look at the important events of the day. In this case, she wraps up the season: the political season. Again. It seems Hillary won’t go away. According to Politico, some are loyal to the end, some are incredulous, thinking “is she really thinking?” and some are wondering when she will go away so they can rebuild their party... read more
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Straight Talk, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! This column is risqué. Risqué is from a French word that means "to risk." Among the many words associated with risqué - I'm citing the following to provide parameters in which to look at the following text: rude, improper, crude, and coarse. I've been speaking to a few people about this and they want to see this in print. They say they want to show it to a few people. Read... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s May thoughts, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Puzzle Pete likes to reflect about people he has known. He thinks of good times with family members and friends. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers reveal what... read more
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The Circus is Coming, By Sharon Hopper
I am just 5 years old and my dad comes into my room before daylight and says “get up or we will be late”. Then I remember that this is the day that the train is bringing the circus to town and dad and grandpa are taking me to watch them unload and watch the parade from the train to the fairgrounds. I am hurrying to get dressed and into the car so we can pick up grandpa and get down... read more
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English Is A Crazy Language, From a CNO reader
Homographs are words of like spelling but with more than one meaning. And a homograph that is also pronounced differently is a heteronym.  Read all the way to the end... Somebody spent a lot of time and effort to put this together!   1) The bandage was wound around the wound. 2) The farm was used to produce produce. 3) The dump was so full that it had to refuse more refuse.  4) We must polish the Polish furniture... read more
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Puzzle Pete applauds the grads, Lois E. Wilson
Puzzle Pete says use the numbered clues to find the 3-letter answers to the puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next answer. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out why Pete applauds the grads and why they give a sigh of relief. Wilson's completed set has... read more
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Kruschev Said... By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I've been watching this woman for the last four years. She lives next door to a married man. His wife lives with him. The woman tells her kiddie not to talk or wave to the married man's wife but, it is ok to wave and say hi to the married man. It is ok for the woman to play with the married man. Before I continue - this woman can not be the only woman (or man) to be playing... read more


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