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Donald Fletcher of Fair Grove and his brother, Billy Fletcher, visited with Carl and Joan Fletcher at the farm last Wednesday. Donald came back Thursday morning early Thursday to do some yard work. Jean Daugherty visited with Billy, Thursday afternoon. Thursday evening, Carl and Joan stopped by on their way back after selling a cow at the sale barn.
Edgar and Sharon Stewart took Billy to Springfield, Monday, to see a doctor.
Norma Stillings is helping in the Vacation Bible School at Bethany Baptist Church each evening this week. This year she is “cookie lady” which is quite a nice thing to be. She did her visits at the Heart of the Ozarks Wednesday and Saturday and attended the Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club meeting at Lois Strong’s last Thursday.
The tomatoes are wonderful right now, but they do require watering. When there is not enough rain, the lawn and many of the flowers will be let go, but not the tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers. Some plants can be watered with the water that was used to wash the vegetables, but that only goes so far. So the soaker hose gets put to use.