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Church began with thanks to be in God’s house, again. We had many prayer concerns, church families, bereaved, very ill, the lost and our upcoming services.
Brother Dennis read John 10, how the Good Shepherd would give His life for His sheep. We must be able to recognize His voice and follow Him.
Mo. Assn. will begin this Friday evening with the opening sermon by Brother Charles McFarland, services Saturday and Sunday ordination, also. Our pastor, Brother Dennis will be the speaker Saturday evening.
This Sunday morning sunrise service will begin at 7 a.m. with the message by Brother David Dodson, followed by breakfast and a short Easter program, then dismissal for the remainder of the day.
Edythe Applegate, of Ozark, spent from Monday until Thursday in the home of her sister, Chestene Lietch. The ladies also visited Bessie Hall and other friends and neighbors by phone.
Mae Cox’s visitors during the weekend were Lisa Johnson and Jesse, Tom and Donna Nichols. Mae appreciated getting her yard mowed. Mae visited by phone with her brothers and sisters, also.
Jim Hathcock visited several times this week with his parents, Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock and Martin has been helping Jim work on his truck. Pat Smith came one day, bringing wild mushrooms for them.
Visiting in the home of Bessie Hall recently was J.C. Hall, Jewell Elliott, Lisa Johnson and Jesse, Mae Cox and Carla Wilson.
Bonita Winingham, of Louisville, NE., spent from Thursday until Monday with her parents, Tom and Jewell Elliott. Others coming to visit them were Jeff and Ronda Elliott, Amanda Elliott, James and Tammy Elliott, Shaun and LeAnna Elliott, MaKayla and Logan, Jim and Carla Hearod and Bessie Hall. They enjoyed a fun day of fishing at the catfish pond, also.
Pat Lansdown spent Tuesday evening in West Plains with her grandchildren.
Myrl Cox is very thankful to her family, friends and neighbors, for all the help she has received since her fall. Pat, Jeanne and Paul have been working in her yard and flowers while her shoulder has been hurt. She went to the hospital one day to be checked out but was able to come back home later in the day.
Visiting with Harold and Kay Hutchison this week was Martin Hathcock, Dennis Turner, Bart Dougherty, Frank Denney, and Lyle Piland. Danny and Kim Clements, Morgan and Dylan came by one day and brought mushrooms.
Harold and Kay Hutchison attended the track meet at Ava, Monday, where Dylan Clements was a participant and did very well.