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Though it was a gloomy day outside, it was a good day to be in God’s house. We have many things to be thankful for, however, we continue to pray for the many needs of our church, community and nation.
Brother Dennis read from John 4, a very familiar story about the woman at the well. The Lord knows all about us, whether we like it or not, there are no secrets.
We sang happy birthday last Sunday for Brother Dennis.
Those visiting in the home of Bessie Hall this past week were J.C. Hall, Jewell Elliott, Jo Stephens, Lenore Burton and Betty Jenkins.
Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock are both under the weather. Daughter, Ronda, took them to the doctor, Tuesday. Trellis and Wanda Hathcock visited Martins on Sunday afternoon.
Glad to hear Pat Smith had successful back surgery and is now home recuperating.
Pat Lansdown took her mother, Myrl Cox, to a local doctor, last week and will take her for her appointment in Springfield, Wednesday. Paul Cox came down and helped his mother with some chores.
Ronnie and Pat Lansdown joined Doug and Kristie Lansdown in West Plains last Wednesday evening to watch both the Ava Bears and Lady Bears in basketball playoff action.
Company for Tom and Jewell Elliott recently was James Elliott, J.C. Hall, Bessie Hall, Jim and Carla Hearod, Albert and Doris Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Elliott, MaKayla and Logan, and Lloyd Tate.
Jim Turner visited Friday afternoon with Harold and Kay Hutchison. Harold and Kay visited Bro. Tom and Jewell Johnson and son, Lowell, Thursday afternoon. Kay also visited James and Evelyn Milam Monday evening.