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How soon our weather changed from August heat to fall weather of September. We are back to mowing grass since the good showers last week.
There were many travelers on the highways over Labor Day weekend.
Keith and Jaycee David visited me Monday afternoon for a short time.
Maxine Smith had her son, Mack, from Centralia, MO. and his two sons, Sean Smith, who is in a law firm in Hawaii and Austin Smith, wife Michelle, and their two children, Shae and Evie, from Columbia, MO., who spent two days with her.
One evening her son barbequed and the children fished from their pond on Mack’s property.
Doug, Karen, and Austin Livingston visited Mearl and Beulah Satterfield Sunday afternoon, from Springfield.
Danny Norton, interim pastor at Lilly Ridge Church had his daughter, son-in-law, and their two children in Sunday’s church service. We were sorry they couldn’t stay for our dinner.
The GHS “Every 5 Year Reunion” was certainly well attended. The weather was nice for the event.
Joe and Ernestine Gaddy’s grandson, Nathan Childress, is on a four-month mission trip to Central America. The Liberty General Baptist Church is making plans for their 150th Anniversary Celebration. Their fall revival will follow.
Danny and Rebecca Norton got their parents moved in close by, in a new home they had built for them, in August.
From only two seeds Jeri Miller grew spaghetti squash to give away.
This Saturday is White River Valley Electric Co-op Annual Meeting at Tri-Lakes Center in Branson where many co-op members will be attending.
Election of officers at Gainesville Chapter 432 meeting Monday evening Sept. 13, as meetings are resumed after summer vacation.
Happy birthday to Edith McKinnon on Monday, Sept. 13 and to Beulah Satterfield on Sunday, Sept. 19, and also, Paralee Rea on Sept. 20.
Plan to attend Wednesday evening Bible study at Lilly Ridge Church where the book of Genesis is being studied. And there’s always room for Sunday school attendance at 9:45 a.m.
Sylvia Carson spent an extended visit with her children in Illinois, and attended the Cardinal game.
From our graduating class of 1939 only three of our 39 graduates were able to attend the reunion. They were Adron Hawkins, Dale Morrison, and myself. Dale said he and his son had a good Labor Day weekend fishing and boating with his son’s friends, I believe he said.
News isn’t too plentiful this week, so until next week, here’s a thought to remember, “Seven prayerless days makes one week.”