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Billy Fletcher and his aunt, Jean Daugherty, drove to Mountain Grove, Saturday afternoon to visit with Dorman and Georgia Mae (Smith) Edwards. Georgia Mae lived in the same neighborhood as Jean when she was growing up.
Billy took his good friends, Edgar and Sharon Stewart, for Mother’s Day lunch at Uncle Rooster’s in Seymour, Sunday. Mike and Linda Wilson met them there. Billy made a trip, Monday, to Springfield with Edgar and Sharon when they took Sue Hartgraves to a doctor’s appointment.
Norma Stillings celebrated a birthday, Friday. Early in the day, her son, Don Stillings, of Anaheim, California called to wish her a “Happy Birthday and Happy Mother’s Day.” Later on that day another son, Tom Stillings and Joyce Greenwood of Ozark, Dan Stillings, Alan Stillings and Stanley Stillings of Ava helped her eat a meal that she did not have to cook.
Debra (Stillings) Bohnstedt and Elaine Wilson of Springfield drove to Ava, Saturday, to attend the Mother-Daughter Banquet at Bethany Baptist Church. Norma had gone to the Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center as usual to play the piano, but left afterward to attend that banquet. Debra had been asked to bring a display of some of her purses made out of potato chip bags, candy bar wrappers, and other recyclables. Elaine was the guest speaker for the banquet.