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The stop signs have been changed in our neighborhood in order to slow traffic coming off of Highway 5. This has not slowed traffic coming up and down 13th Street, but it should make it safer for children and the elderly who walk on or near 4th and 9th avenues. It would be safer on all the streets if drivers would observe the speed limit.
Rickey Fletcher and his son, Maycey Fletcher visited with Billy Fletcher, Sunday. Billy’s Aunt Jean Daugherty had visited also. Edgar and Sharon Stewart took Billy to a doctor’s appointment in Springfield, Monday, for treatment of a trigger finger.
Norma Stillings attended the Retired Teachers Luncheon, Tuesday at the Highway House Café. She attended a Hospice Volunteer Meeting Tuesday afternoon in the fellowship hall at the Church of Christ.
Norma went to the Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center, Wednesday and Saturday and to Rocky Ridge in Mansfield, Friday afternoon. It is a privilege to visit with and play the piano for residents. They say that they like the old songs that they have known all their lives and they appreciate someone sitting down and talking with them.
Norma and her friend, Bobbye Priddy, attended the Veterans’ Day service at the Cemetery last Thursday. Later on the same day they attended the Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club Meeting at the Sonshine Café.