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Bonnie Phipps was doing just fine when I talked to her and she said she had gone to church.
Last Monday I took my news into town and when I got back I set out by the garage and pulled all the tabs off the pop cans I had so I could take and sell them.
Tara brought Jett over last Tuesay and James came by and took him outside and he played ball and ran around.
Jett came back over Wednesday and guess who went out and played ball with him not just once, but three times and it was a nice day to be out.
Those being in Bible study that night was Nina Carter, Martin Hathcock, Kay Hutchison, Ric and Lisa Englehardt, Don and Evelyn Bryan and Hellen Blakey.
Thursday I received 1.4 of an inch of rain and then it rained a few other days but didn’t measure any thing in the gage. I baked bread that morning then I took my eggs into town and sold my pop and tin cans before coming home. That night I went out to Helen Workman’s and visited with her and Pete.
Friday I finished up my baking for Piland Youth Camp Bake Sale that was held Saturday in front of Town and Country. Saturday I went over one hour early with my bake goods so I came home and Kay Hutchison picked it up and took it over for me.
Mark, Sherry and Mark Weston came by Saturday and brought some eggs. That evening I went over and watched the Riders On A Mission with their bikes and the performance was wonderful to watch.
Sunday night at Mt Tabor Church our fifth Sunday singing was held and we had 29 there and afterwards we had refreshments and had some leftovers to bring home. We appreciate all who came.
Lets keep all our sick folks in our prayers.
My prayers and sympathy goes out to the Edith Applegate Family and all the others who have lost a loved one.
Lets keep our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training in our prayers.