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Chris and Courtnie Vigessa and Wylie came in from North Dakota and stayed at her sister, Kaylynn Todd’s home for Thanksgiving. They stayed until Sunday.
Ken and Debbie Cederlind came down Wednesday to her mother, Bonnie Phipps’ and stayed until Sunday.
Bonnie Phipps Thanksgiving dinner guests were Roy and Linda Sue Freeman, Cecilia Edwards, Ken and Debbie Cederlind, her two daughters, Chris and Courtnie Vigessa and Wylie, Moe and Kaylynn Todd, Michael and Wendee Freeman, Matthew, Madison, Sydnee and Alexis. Turkey and ham were served with all the trimmings.
Cody and Lily Freeman didn’t make it to Ava until Friday, but they got to visit with everyone.
Last Monday I received 1.4-1/2 inches of rain. Last Tuesday night I received 1.3-1/2 inches more then it rained Saturday and into the night and I poured out five-tenths more Sunday morning.
Violet Blakey came to town last Monday and stopped at my house and she took my light bill over and paid it.
Kay Hutchison stopped last Tuesday and picked up my news, those visiting that day were Tara Coonce and Jett.
I went to Landon Fleetwood’s visitation and then I came back and took some food down to Mt. Tabor Church where we served the Fleetwood family their dinner at noon on Wednesday.
I went up and stayed with Donna Fleetwood Wednesday until Saturday.
I went by the urgent care center on my way back home to see about my neck.
Sunday after church Ellis came over and took me over to Anita Smith’s where they were having Thanksgiving dinner with her family. Those present were Sue Smith, Roger and Judy Wilson and granddaughter, Jaylin, Larry and Donna Scribner and grandson, Karson, Ellis and Marsha Blakey, Chase and Michika, Blythe and Chasnea, Johnathan and Annie and daughter, Alexia, and Hellen Blakey.
The Mt. Tabor Church went to the nursing home and sang some songs to the people and Dennis brought a devotion and had prayer. We were then dismissed.
Lets keep all our sick folks in our prayers. It is good to have Bessie Hall back home and Irene Richards was sitting in a wheel chair and looked real good. She is not in pain like when I saw her last.
My prayers and sympathy go out to the Landon Fleetwood family and all the others who have lost a loved one.
Lets keep praying for our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training.