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    Quote Originally Posted by tizzy View Post
    So sorry to hear that Sue passed on.
    I met Sue right here on GF. We worked on the military parade together when it first got started. She'd been through a lot and contributed much to our community. Rest in peace, Sue.
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    Pat Alexander

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    Stay woke.

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    Parents Joe Harp and Donna Kirk Harp

    Grandparents Albert and Zoe Harp Comadore and Virginia Kirk

    Great Uncle and Aunt John and Edna Bergdorf Frank and Eva Pike Helen Kirk Frank and Paralee Weddington

    Uncle and Aunt- Shorty and Barbara Burks

    Cousins Randy Weddington

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    Springburg - Is this your family that you're listing here? Always kinda thought that I knew you, but guess not. I do remember your grandparents and the old Harp's Grocery. It's the first place I shopped when I moved to Eureka in 1989.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBee View Post
    Springburg - Is this your family that you're listing here? Always kinda thought that I knew you, but guess not. I do remember your grandparents and the old Harp's Grocery. It's the first place I shopped when I moved to Eureka in 1989.
    Yes, this is my family from the area who have passed away.
    "Thanks for your time, this time. 'Till next time, so long for just a while".

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    Since it is the week that Ken Burns' documentary "Country Music" is airing on PBS, I thought it would be fun to post a link to recordings that Paralee Weddinton made for folk archivist, Max Hunter. Paralee, Comadore, The Harps, and all the others were influential to us newby musicians in Eureka in the 1970s.

    https://maxhunter.missouristate.edu/....aspx?Letter=P

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    Bump. I'm planting a seed, hoping that someone will listen to these Ozark songs sung by an Ozark Daughter. And read along while Paralee sings, as Max Hunter has transcribed the lyrics with the recording playing. These are songs from these hills, songs from people who lived right here in these hills. How far back do these songs and stories go? Who knows.

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    Very nice posts. Thanks.
    "Thanks for your time, this time. 'Till next time, so long for just a while".

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    Happy Trails Ken Addington. Thanks for all the wonderful art you created. Loved laughing with you.

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