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It’s Hootin’ An’ Hollarin’ week already! Time waits for no one, and this year is no exception, since the third weekend of September came quickly. The “Historium” is a new attraction this year in the old McDonald store building. There will be lots of antiques on display.
There have been several encounters with mountain lions this summer which is unusual for Missouri. Though they are protected by law, I would hope animal owners can be ready to destroy the lions before their livestock are killed. This has happened in nearby counties recently.
Harry Davidson keeps his vegetables growing in his “raised” beds made with railroad ties filled with soil.
Its time to plant turnips but will take watering to get the seeds to sprout.
I appreciate the get-well cards and food, friends shared with me recently and a flower arrangement from church and one with fresh roses while I was in the beauty shop from my friend, Michelle. They were special, as her “well wishes!”
Best wishes to Paul Breyne who has been having health problems and not feeling like getting out as usual. He and Judy have been in Mtn. Home more than once lately seeing his doctor and having procedures done.
The Ladies Prayer Brunch is this Saturday at Oak Grove Baptist Church at 10a.m.
It is only three weeks away for Lilly Ridge Revival time beginning Sunday night, Oct. 2-6 each evening at 7 p.m.
What delicious tomatoes were left on my porch Sunday morning by a neighbor. How lucky can I get?
Richard and Rene Blackburn and Mearl and Beulah Satterfield attended the White River Electric Co-op meeting Saturday in Branson and also Wayman Kings and Ida Mae Huse, and others from this area. I had to miss going this year.
Beulah Satterfield visited Loretta Davidson Sunday evening.
The “Log Cabin” quilt which will be raffled off on Saturday of Hootin’ An’ Hollarin’ designed and made by Lilly Ridge Extension Club member, Katie Hoversen, is on display at Century Bank.
I was happy to receive a long letter last week from my schoolmate, Veryl (Pare) Atkinson of Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Friendship that lasts 72 years must be one that is steadfast. There aren’t many of our graduates of 1939 around anymore. We lost Adron Hawkins most recently. In our Tecumseh area Dale Morrison and I are two of the 39 who graduated in the year 1939.
“Hello” to all who read our news column each week.
It is a dusty time as we haven’t had rain and shrubs and trees are turning brown too early.
Late gardeners are having to water their vegetables regularly.
Just a though, “Obstacles are the things that happen when you take your eyes off the goal.”