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Last Weeks News – Sunday morning service was opened with several instrumentals with piano, banjo, mandolin, guitar, violin and standup bass.
We had congregational songs then prayer.
Brother Roberts brought the message from James 4: 13-17, “God’s Plans-My Plans.”
Wednesday evening was Youth night and adult Bible study. Brother Cody Prock led the class and some of us told of some of our experiences down through life.
On Friday evening, several ladies met at church and made wreathes while some of the men grilled burgers and hot dogs for everyone. We had a lot of fun then some of us practiced some music for Sunday.
On Monday, Delmar and I drove to Hot Springs, Arkansas and started back home then about dusk, I hit a deer and messed up the front of our car. Delmar pryed the metal away from the tire so we could drive it into town. That was scary for me. The car is now in the shop being repaired.
On Thursday evening, my daughter, Donna Bannister, hit a deer on her way home.
On Thursday, Nora Hunsaker, Violet Flair and I made a trip to Windsor, MO. to visit Uncle Hugh and Aunt Violet Morris. Their mailing address is Hugh and Violet Morris, Windsor Health Care & Rehab Center, Room # 110, 809 W. Benton, Windsor, Mo. 65360. They love to get cards or even a short note from down here.
John Goss and Melba stopped by to visit one day last week. Becky Carter came down and spent the night on Saturday. Donna Bannister came down and we all had a nice visit. On Thursday evening, Jack, Barb and Miracle Breshears came down and I helped Barb set a quilt together. It really turned out pretty. One day last week, Stacie, Mahayla and Miley Hamby came over to visit us and we sure did enjoy them.
We will be having a hayride at Walnut Grove Church on October 27th.
Remember, when the ship is tossed about in the storms of life, The Anchor Holds.
This Weeks News – Sunday morning service was opened with some very good music consisting of a mandolin, fiddle, stand up bass, guitar, banjo, and piano. Prayer was offered then I sang a special. Brother Roberts brought the message from James 5:7-12, “The Power of Patience.”
Sister Maxine Lund brought the evening message from Ephesians 4:7, 11, 16, “Do we expect to be ministered to or are we ministering to others?”
We had 154 in attendance Sunday morning.
Wednesday evening youth service is going strong. The kids are really getting excited about living for the Lord.
On the 16th,Delores Etheridge came to spend the weekend with Bryan, Karen, and Lauren. Joining them to celebrate Bryan’s birthday were Kirby and Mary Mackey, James, Nancy, Nick and Peter Lawler. On Friday, Mary Mackey, Karen and Lauren Etheridge spent the day in Springfield for doctor’s appointments, lunch and shopping.
Nora Edwards and her cousin, Arlena Maggard of Republic, drove to Mosby, MO. on Thursday to visit Nora’s sisters Betty Cazzell and Georgia Gillham. While there, they enjoyed visiting with relatives and friends and participating in a two-day craft sale. They returned home on Sunday evening.
Those visiting and having supper in the home of Delmar and Margaret Rosseau last week were; Jack, Barb and Miracle Breshears, Joe, Tina, Stephanie, and Brittany Wilson, Nora Hunsaker, Lee Williams, Noah Deatherage and friend, from Selma, Alabama, and Donna Bannister.
Delmar and I made a trip to Windsor, MO. on Monday to visit with Uncle Hugh and Aunt Violet Morris. They would love to hear from friends and family from Douglas County.
I got my car back, good as new on Friday. I am just thankful it was a deer and not an elk.
Remember that He grew the Tree so that we might go free.