Hest, Missouri

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Hest is an unincorporated community in Douglas County, Missouri, United States. [1]

The community lies along Missouri Route 5, approximately two miles south of the southern city limits of Ava and one-half mile north of the intersection of Route 5 and Missouri Route A The site sits above the west bank of North Spring Creek. The Spring Creek Cemetery lies just west of the community. [2]

The community had a post office from 1915 until 1925. [3]

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Coordinates: 36°53′45″N92°40′53″W / 36.89583°N 92.68139°W / 36.89583; -92.68139