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Last Weeks News – I was sorry to lose another dear friend last week, Ethel Posey. She will be missed by so many people.
Our neighbor, Jim Bracken, came down to visit with Dick Richards one evening last week. Julian Cavalier, another neighbor, has been here a couple of times. Julian’s wife, Becky, has been sick. Hopefully she will soon get better. This flu that is going around keeps hanging on.
I attended David and Melanie Robertson’s wedding Saturday. The church was full of friends and relatives to watch them exchange their vows. It was a beautiful wedding. I got to visit with lots of people that I haven’t seen for a while.
What pretty weather we are having. We will probably have a late freeze and kill the fruit. I certainly hope it don’t. We cannot over see the weather.
Charley Hampton and Tony Richards were here today. Tony got his rabbit cages as he had bought some New Zealand white bunnies. He just wanted a white doe. We raised the white ones when he was at home several years ago.
Betty Bricker visited one day with me. She is cleaning the leaves up. She has so many to rake up before she can mow.
Saturday evening my little dog started barking. It was Lisa Richards and Charlie Hampton. They brought me a surprise. It was a plate of food – fresh fish fillets, hush puppies, coleslaw and fried potatoes. Lisa is such a good cook. I appreciate it very much.
Our hearts go out to those people in Japan for the terrible disaster they are going through.
Juanita Herrell came by last week for a visit. She had lunch with Dot Combs and she stopped here on her way home.
Wednesday Norma Cross had lunch with Peggy Jenkins at Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare. That afternoon Dick and I, Oliver Lee and Liz Jenkins, Randy Jenkins and Susan, Peggy and Norma all met at Subway. Dick and I got out Friday and Saturday to do some yard work. We would work ten minutes and sit thirty, but we got a lot done. Sunday was a busy day at Goodhope General Baptist church. After preaching hour there was a birthday and anniversary dinner, then we all went to Beaver Creek on the Jackson Mill road, where Pastor David Welch with Donnie Rasch, baptized four youth and one adult.
I was sorry I missed Mac and Lou Mitchell’s 50th anniversary.
Bob Hammons and Wildwood were at Goodhope General Baptist Church Sunday night. I didn’t get to go, but everyone really enjoyed hearing Bob’s group. If you have never been to one of their concerts, you are missing a blessing.