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This Monday morning started off as good and cool with sunshine. Sunday we had one good heavy shower in the afternoon.
We had good church service both morning and evening at Seminole. Pastor Don’s message was, A Walk Through Ephesians,” Ephesians 1:3-14; Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He has chosen us, through grace, to be highly favored.
In the evening service Pastor Don dedicated ten babies and that was a joy to see. They were all lined up with their fathers and mothers at the front of the church.
Saturday at 3 p.m. me and my home came alive as my sister, Alice, and daughter, Barb, Tim, Owen and Kate arrived for a over night stay. We went to the mall shopping and had dinner out. Alice and I was happy to stay home and visit while they went to the Cardinal ballgame to see them get beat. Sunday morning came and we went out for breakfast. I went to church and they went to Mountain Grove to see Ruby Proctor and family on their way home to Cincinnati, Iowa. When Alice and I got to the mall we found out we were not as young as we thought. We took the first seat we found and stayed there. I enjoyed them and wish they will come again.
Alice got to be in Oscar Cunningham’s revival this past week there in Cincinnati. Alice also got to visit with a good friend, Boyd Halford, and his wife.
Marise Norbie attended the Sunday school class picnic Saturday evening at the home of Gene and Eunice Thummel. A good time was had by all and no rain.
P.F.C. Clifton Andrews, Saturday returned to Fort Louis, Washington. He enjoyed his two week leave as he got to see a lot of friends. He was able to see a good friend from Fort Jackson graduate basic training. He came from Texas for two days to visit with him.
Loving God is the key to loving others.