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We seem to be in a pattern of icy and snow covered drives so there was no church at Mt. Tabor this week. Hopefully we will be back for this next service. Continue to pray for all those who are bereaved, sick, in need and especially the unsaved, God cares for each one.
Mae Cox is still hoping to be back in church when the weather fairs up, we miss her. Mae enjoyed a phone visit with Jack Haden of Republic this week, inquiring about her health. Mae appreciates all the phone calls she gets, helps to pass the long days. Tom Nichols was her grocery man this week while Donna was battling the bug.
Bessie Hall’s visitors were Jewell Elliott, J.C. Hall and Tim Hall. Bessie also received calls from Oklahoma and Alabama relatives to check on her.
Jim and Jo Hathcock visited Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock this week. Sorry to hear about their daughter, Ronda, falling on the ice at her home. Glad to hear she is doing some better. Martin visited with Norman Duckworth and Dale, Tuesday.
Visiting at different times with Tom and Jewell Elliott was James Elliott, Jeff Elliott, Joseph Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Elliott and children and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elliott. Tom and Jewell visited with Shaun, LeAnna, Logan and MaKayla one evening and also with Albert and Doris Elliott.
Martin Hathcock visited Friday with Harold and Kay Hutchison. Dan, Kim, Dylan and Morgan and Chance Dobbs visited awhile Thursday.
Jeff Pool visited Harold and Kay Hutchison Monday afternoon.
Kay Hutchison attended the ceremony at Ava School Monday night for Jerry Pool, who retired from bus driving after 51 years.