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Our group was small Sunday morning, however, we had a good discussion for Sunday school and Brother Dennis read good scripture.
We had visitors in the evening service and appreciated the special songs.
We sang happy birthday to Carl Clements and Don Bryan for their special day.
Lutie True Hope will host the Fifth Sunday Meeting this month.
We have several on our prayer list, remember these and each other when you pray.
Mae Cox visited her Aunt Esther David Wednesday. Also visiting there was Herman and Viola Irby.
Mae also visited Mary Alice Cox and found her to be doing quite well. George Haden is here from Washington visiting his brothers and sisters.
Johnny and Pauline Pruiett visited Mae Tuesday. Donna Nichols and Lauren Hall visited Mae also.
Bessie Hall’s visitors have been Jewell Elliott, J.C. and Vicky, Carla Wilson, Lisa Johnson and Jesse.
Martin Hathcock visited Harold and Kay Hutchison Monday.
Pat Lansdown was seeing her doctor Tuesday for a severe sinus infection.
Paul Cox visited Myrl several times this week and mowed her yard while there.
Company for Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock recently was Ruby Sievert, Chubby and Jessica Soto and boys of Ozark, Pat Smith and Diane Cheyney. Martin and Jim are in the hay this week.
Vic Burden and Sara Gordan, daughters of the late Orvil and Barbara Burdan, both of California, spent a week in the home of Harold and Kay Hutchison.
They visited many cemeteries working on Burdan family history. They also attended Pioneer Days at Yates Cemetery. Those they visited with while here were Jerry and Nola Pool, Perry and Sue Pool and Roger, Dan and Kim Clements and boys, Jeff and Kristy Tackett, Steven Tackett and Gary and Stephanie Mishler. They returned to their homes Monday and Tuesday.