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Thanksgiving is here and it won’t be long until Christmas. Time waits for no one. Lots of visiting and traveling home for many folks along whith hopes of good weather is in order for safety.
Tuesday evening, November 15, Gainesville Eastern Star members, Dorothy Mellott, Bob and Betty Arnett, Paralee Rea, Jim and Terri MCConnaughy attended Mountain Home Chapter #202 meeting, also Jerry Marsh and Jon Baltz from West Plains for an enjoyable evening.
Paralee Rea took a load of stuffed bears for the Highway patrol distribution, as needed, as she went to the Dora School last Thursday. She represented the Farm Bureau sponsor showing the video by the patrol, called “Permanent” to educate the young folks.
Friday evening Sam and Donna Weaver, from Mtn. Home and Paralee Rea went to Springfield for their Amaranth meeting.
Sylvia Carson and daughter, Theresa, from Illinois visited me Saturday and were visting others while here a few days. Sylvia said though she missed friends here, she’s happy near her children.
Edith McKinnon, Camilla Pyle, Sylvia Carson and daughter, Theresa, had lunch together at Dawt Mill Restaurant Sunday.
On Saturday Edith McKinnon took her friends, Marge Thomas, Faye Holt and Deb Kilmer, from Lakeview, Arkansas to visit Rainbows End, near Tecumseh, and had lunch prepared by Jerry Ann Lash, with her helper, Sharon Garcia, who helped serve the lunch.
Best wishes to Jackie Davis who had the misfortune of hurting her leg and has trouble getting around.
Also best wishes for Erma (Evans) Miller to recover soon from health problems.
The fog moved in Sunday and caused some hazardous driving conditions. It’s the time of the year for weather changes, and will take some “getting used to.”
Sylvia Carson and daughter enjoyed church services Sunday morning with Jeff Dotson preaching at his church in town.
Best wishes to Don and Betty Decker who have some health problems.
We miss having Don and Betty at Lilly Ridge.
Dave Davis had a cold and bronchitis last week and several folks have had colds recently. Karen Davis closed her booth at Hardy, Arkansas for the winter months.
The veterans pictures in last weeks Ozark County Times were interesting along with articles about them, which were deserving.
Judy Breyne visited her son and family in Sedalia, MO. over last weekend.
Maxine Smith had weekend guests, Mack Smith and son, Austin, and wife, Michelle, and two children from Columbia and Centralia, MO. They left Sunday for home.
Neighbors, Kenneth and Doris Treiber are soon moving to a new location, and we will miss them here.
A thought for tomorrow is that “it is more important to know where you are going than to see how fast you can get there.”