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NOVEMBER STORIES

The Unique Festivals of Louisiana

 

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A Girl's Best Friend

Children these days are busy filling their time with extracurricular activities. While the usual options are sports, such as football, softball, cross country, cheer or dance squad, or even ballet or playing a musical instrument, some look elsewhere to find their chosen activity. For Faith Anne Johnson of Natchez, Mississippi, she looked to her father, Randy Johnson, and his experience with horses and found a whole new world.

 

 

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Seasoning for "The Season"

Along Highway 61 just south of Vicksburg, Mississippi, sits the third oldest town in the state—Port Gibson. First settled in 1763 along the banks of Little Bayou Pierre, it became an official part of the United States in 1788. Port Gibson was home to significant figures, such as noted author Constance Cary Harrison, and has seen many visitors in its over 200 years as a town.

 

 

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Tips for Dressing the Turkey's Table

Fall is our longest season to enjoy with decor. You can start early in September and run all the way up to Thanksgiving. If you use fresh items, you will need to be prepared to replace them throughout the season; but you can purchase permanent botanicals that look very nice.

 

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Widow’s Rights

One of the first complicated lawsuits that I was hired to take on in the early 1980s was a case where a man owned nearly one thousand acres in another county. I never met the man, but his children and some of his grandchildren told me that he was mean and ornery.

 

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With the Help of Suzi Homemaker

It’s no lie; we Guidos like to eat. When we are planning lunch, we think about what’s for dinner so the two don’t overlap in menu items. When we are on vacation, we are on a regimen of which restaurant to try and what we will order.

 

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Hunting Fever

Harvest is done on Smithland, the fields have been prepared for next spring, and all is as well as can be in the season of taking a bit of a break from daily labor. During harvest time, the days of the week are irrelevant. What counts are sunshine and dry air and the stamina to keep going, day after day. Now that the field work is done, important activities like those related to hunting season will take over the daily routine.

 

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A Piece of the Pie

When our editor, Jennie, asked me to share an article on pies, I almost died. Pies are not my thing. However, I decided that most of the world loves pies; so here I am. Whenever you see the pictures of holiday dinners, there is almost always a dessert table loaded with all sorts of pies: cream pies, meringue pies, fruit pies, nut pies, ice-box pies, and baked pies.

 

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The Chancel Choir Goes to Carnegie Hall

Distinguished Concerts International New York City (DCINY) announced recently that director Christopher Hart and the Centenary United Methodist Church Chancel Choir of McComb, Mississippi, have been invited to participate in a unique performance of Joseph Martin’s “Appalachian Winter” in the DCINY Concert Series in New York City.

 

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