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Debbie Cederlind came down Friday evening and spent the night with her mother, Bonnie Phipps, and then went back home Saturday night.
I had 1.2 inches of rain last Monday.
I went to my doctor in Ozark last Monday about my sneezing.
Wednesday morning I took some food over to the church for the Linder Family and then I went on over to Marie Dickey’s and visited with her for a while before I went back to the church and picked up my crockpot and I got to talk to Gary and Bonnie Garrison and Lora Kay Davis before I went on over to the funeral home for Edna Linder’s funeral.
Kay Hutchison brought me some egg cartons and some plastic bags Thursday and then Carol Moore came by and picked up her eggs.
I took my car over to Carl Goss’s Friday morning to have my oil changed and when I got back home George and Violet stopped by and I gave Violet some of my Easter Lilies that she didn’t have.
I was sorry to hear about the passing of Mary Beth Marsh, who lived in West Plains, Jerry and family have my prayers and sympathy.
I got some of my yard cleaned up and the leaves and trees that were down in the front yard burned.
Sunday was go to church with our Worthy Matron so we went to Oren Alcorn’s church and those there with Connie Bacorn were Tom and Mary Martha Williams, Hellen Blakey, Doris Morrison, Mike and Charlotte Bock, Karen Heriford, Sally Prock, Carol Moore, Marie Dickey and Shirley Jessen. We went to the 8:30 service so when it was through I went home and picked up some other things and headed for Mt. Tabor Church and was a little late, but not for Sunday school.
Sunday afternoon at three I went over to Tara Coonce’s baby shower, Monica came up later before it started. There was a good turn out and would have been more if it hadn’t been for sick ones. Tara received lots of diapers and lots of other things too.
Those attending Mary Beth Marsh’s visitation in West Plains Sunday night were Tom and Mary Martha Williams, Carol Moore, Marie Dickey and Doris Morrison.
I went by the nursing home and visited with Pauline Schauffler and Roxie Heimeyer. Kathleen Harnden was in the same room and her daughter, Mary Kay and husband, David, wer sitting with her because she isn’t too well. Be sure and keep all the sick folks in your prayers.
My prayers and sympathy go out to all the ones who have lost a loved one.
Lets keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in our prayers.