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Bonnie Phipps said she got out and went to church Sunday, but it was cold. I guess we will have to grin and bear it.
Last Monday I received two-tenths of an inch of rain in my gage. Mark brought me some eggs last Monday. Kay stopped last Tuesday and picked up my news and got her and Mae Cox’s eggs.
Ruby Smith took me to Ozark to my doctor for a follow up and he said I was doing just fine. I went to the beauty shop Thursday morning and then I went on over to the O.E.S. sale that we had in the basement of the lodge hall and we sure appreciate every one that came and bought something.
Friday I took Marie Dickey to the Pizza Hut for her birthday, which was in October. This was the first chance we had to go and the tickets that I got over Bids For Bargain was about to run out.
I went to Ozark Friday night and met Monica and my niece, Brenda Henslee, and four of Monica’s friends from church and we ate supper together and then we went to the Stained Glass Theatre and saw the “Beacon In The Night” and it was good, but there has not been one that I didn’t like.
Mike Bock, Charlotte Bock, Marie Dickey, Carol Moore and Pat Miller all went to Gainesville for the benefit that was given for Barney Douglas. Marie said there was a big crowd that turned out for it.
Marsha came by Saturday and brought me my old dehydrator back.
I went to church Sunday and heard Jim Norman talk about the Gideon Bibles and how many people had gave their life to Christ after reading them.
Lets keep those prayers going for our sick folks because some of them will be having surgery.
I heard Tom Johnson was in the hospital, so keep him in your prayers.
My prayers and sympathy go out to all that have lost a loved one.
Keep our nation and our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training your prayers.
December 17, Mt. Tabor will have their Christmas program, so we want to invite everyone down to see it. It starts at 7 p.m. We welcome all.