Norwood Area Gleaning

Howdy. I have a lot of news this week, so I will get started. First, I appreciate Ruth for being a dedicated writer for as long as she did. Second, I would like to give you my phone number so you can call me if anyone has any news that they would like to have printed, 746-1112.

Sunday morning at 1 a.m., the siren went off. (No, the Easter bunny wasn’t playing a trick). They said it was a power surge.

Congratulations to Ronnie and Judy Bradshaw on their home they purchased from Diane Cooley.

There was 27 present at the senior citizens dinner at the Union Grove Church. Joan Williams, Shirley and Linda Cottengim, Linda VanderBogart, Wanda Helums, Mindy Russell, Ronnie, Janet, Duane, Mary, Christian and Charity Atchison, Delta Forrest, Leo and Ruth Bradshaw, John and Shirley Shores, Merry Bell Summers, Donna Climer, Joann Sanders, J.R. and Alberta Steinert, Earlene Dennis, Bonita Raney, Leon Pendergrass, and Phillip and Sue Durden. It is held the second Tuesday of every month.

I wish a speedy recovery to Velma Gray. I heard she fell. And to Hazel Dodson for she hasn’t got back to herself from her pneumonia this winter.

The Norwood Music Department is putting on a musical “Annie Jr.”. The play will be Friday 20th, Saturday 21st, at 6 p.m. and Sunday 2 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. This is the last play done by Mrs. Jones, for she is retiring this year.

Chad appreciates all of those that voted for him and he will do the very best he can.

Car show and craft sale April 21, Norwood School, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The young lady that was on the back of John MaCalister Motorcycle was originally from here. Her name is Amy Daughtery. She is still in the hospital. We say a prayer for her and her family.

Congratulations to Marlin and Loretta (Yutzy) Mullet. They were married April 5.

Larry Quinn is having his second knee surgery on the 14th. We wish him a speedy recovery.

Norwood Fun Fact: The birth of Norwood was the coming of the railroad in 1882.

Challenge for the Week: Do something nice for someone, and don’t tell anyone about it.

Until next week, God bless our little town.