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Debbie Cederlind came down last Monday and took her mother and sister Bonnie Phipps and Cecilia Edwards to their doctor appointments in Springfield and when she brought them home she stayed all night with Bonnie and went to work the next day from there.
Bonnie said that Robert Lee and Cathy Mathes came by last Tuesday and stayed until Wednesday before going on home. They had been down in Arkansas to see some relatives and came by Bonnie’s house on their way to Alton, Illinois, where they live. Cathy has been sick so they have to travel when she feels good. Bonnie said Robert Lee was going to have a birthday this month and he will be 80 so, Happy Birthday, Robert Lee and also a Happy Birthday to Linda Sue Freeman.
Lets start off with my rain count. On 8-30-10 I received one-tenth of an inch and on Sept. 1 I ended up with almost two and a half inches. It came down just right for me, but that lightening at 9 p.m. was bad and it struck something down the road.
George and Violet Blakey came by last Monday and I gave George his birthday gift even though it was early.
When I was on my way to town to take my news in I went by the nursing home and saw Pauline; Roxie; Ray Johnson, who isn’t doing very good, Mary Alice; Ethel and Peggy then I went on into town and before I came home I dropped by Marie Dickey’s, but she wasn’t home. All this happened last Tuesday.
I was back over at the nursing home Thursday and saw Pauline and all the other ladies were off to Sonic, so when I left Roxie was coming down the hall to meet me. They had just got back.
Mark came by Friday and brought me some eggs and then I went to town and paid bills, got medicine and groceries.
Those visiting in my house Saturday were Peggy Robinson, Karen Hodges and her mother from Mansfield. They said they were kin to Sam Humbyrd. Visiting also was Donna and Landon Fleetwood and Marsha Blakey.
We had a few out in church Sunday, but we had Kay back and it was good to have her there.
Lets keep our sick folks in our prayers. My prayers and sympathy go out to all my church families too.
My prayers and sympathy go out to all the families that have lost a loved one, there are too many to mention.
Lets keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in your prayers.
The Old Folk’s Day at Mt. Tabor Church will be this Sunday, Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to come with a song or poem, and if not, just bring yourself and a friend and enjoy yourself. There will be no evening service at Mt. Tabor Church.