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As these news items are written, we are needing rain. Some showers were north of us. Gardeners are harvesting their vegetables this week.
Lilly Ridge Club will meet at the Ozark County Health Center Thursday, July 21. Guest speaker will be presenting information about the food pantry and food harvest. Interested persons are invited to attend and new members to the Extension Club.
How many folks have noticed how long our summer days are? And Sunday the temperature reached 102 degrees here. Enough to keep a lot of us inside for a time.
Happy birthday to Judy Breyne on July 14 and Kristin Luebbert, in Tillamook, Oregon, who celebrates on July 16. Congratulations to both.
The First Baptist Church will host the Ladies Prayer Brunch Saturday morning in Gainesville at 10 a.m.
The church business meeting was held Sunday morning after services.
A meeting was at 5:00 planning for Vacation Bible School.
Little Vine Youth Camp is the 11th-15th, and VBS, Aug. 13 for one day.
The quarterly meeting is this Tuesday at Hammond Mill Camp. These events have slipped up on everyone and we find that “time waits for no one.”
Paul and Judy Breyne are visiting in Sweet Springs, Missouri (near Sedalia) with Judy’s sister, Dorothy, and will be seeing their grandchildren at Sedalia this week also, and celebrating Judy’s birthday.
Karen K. Davis had a long week at her booth in Hardy, Arkansas.
I appreciate to Bob Arnett for sharing more garden vegetables with me.
Joe and Ernestine’s granddaughter, Carlin, was mispelled in last weeks paper as “Carbin”, a misprint.
The new house of Mason Eslinger is looking good and if Elmer and Bertha Watson were still with us they would be amazed at the size of the new house in comparison to their old one. For those of us who remember Elmer and Bertha have many memories of them and what they meant in our lives as we were growing up at Lilly Ridge.
Joe and Ernestine Gaddy are now harvesting a good corn crop from their garden.
Karen K. Davis and I were in Mtn. Home Tuesday for my doctor appointment.
This week should be interesting at the Historium for special cooks bringing special dishes and recipes for exhibit. For those of us who fail to have pictures of our mothers in her kitchen are missing out for our family stories and favorite dishes.
A thought to remember is that ” A hundred mistakes is a liberal education if you learn something from each one.”