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Our congregation was small for the morning service, however, those there enjoyed a good lesson, song service and bringing their prayers to the Lord. We continue to have several folks with health problems, remember each of them.
Our guest speaker Sunday morning, was Sister Maxine Lund, bringing a good message from Matthew, is He the “One” or should we look for someone else. Unfortunately, many continue to look for someone or something else, when He is there all the time. We appreciated having Jim and Maxine with us.
We also had a good church singing Sunday evening. We appreciate those who brought their instruments and helped out, and the ladies for all the good snacks.
Mae Cox’s visitors recently were Lisa and Jesse Johnson, Tom and Donna Nichols. Mae received calls from her family, Golda Dixon, Johnny and Pauline Pruiett and Thetis and Huba Pruiett, who are fighting the flu bug. Glad to hear Johnny and Pauline’s grandson is making improvement from a car accident.
Company for Bessie Hall this week has been Judy Haden, Tom and Jewell Elliott, Shaun Elliott, J.C. Hall and Vicky Burnett, Lisa Johnson and Jesse.
Ronnie and Pat Lansdown were in West Plains Sunday evening with Doug and family enjoying the trick or treaters.
Paul Cox visited Myrl Cox Tuesday and helped her do some chores around her home.
Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock reported about 50 trick or treaters at their home, which they really enjoyed. Pat Smith brought daughter, Jennifer and her children, also, Ruby Sievert visited one day.
Those visiting with Harold and Kay Hutchison this past week were Kim Clements, Morgan and Dylan and his friend, Sara Claussen, Martin Hathcock, J.C. Hall and Vicky Burnett.