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Tom and Jewell Johnson did not have “new” news. Their boys were still seeing about them. Generally speaking that means that their sons, Larry Johnson and Lowell Johnson, and grandson, Kent Johnson help them in some way everyday. Shirley Johnson sends food and Tom says it’s not just a little. Tom and Jewell have been blessings to many people during their lives and now their family is a real blessing to them.
Norma Stillings attended the Douglas/Ozark/Wright County Homemakers Clubs Spring Fling at the old Tecumseh fire station, Tuesday, April 19. It was a good day for a drive through the countryside. The Ozark County hosts had put together a Brunch that was tempting and satisfying. Kim Worlow gave some good advice on how to avoid being “The Frazzled Female.” There was also a game that challenged us to remember old sayings, a silent auction, and door prizes. The Ozark County Homemakers Club always puts on a good program.
Norma played the piano and visited residents at the Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center and at Rocky Ridge in Mansfield. She attended the Support the Handicapped Board meeting Tuesday evening and attended the Burdett Cemetery Meeting out at the cemetery Saturday afternoon.
Tom Stillings and Joyce Greenwood of Ozark hosted a Saturday afternoon lunch at Ruby Garden honoring his father, Stanley Stillings, who had a birthday last week. Dan Stillings, Alan Stillings, and Norma Stillings joined them for the meal.