We haven’t always been blessed with the moisture like wehave now in the hot summer months and July is half gone this week. We will have August and September yet with warm weather. Our air conditioners are very helpful now with the humidity.
Dave Davis had gall bladder surgery Thursday in Baxter Regional Medical Center.
Our prayers are with Anna Larson, a patient in Baxter Regional Medical Center.
Former residents, Dr. Bill Davis, of Ashland, Oregon and his sister, Peggy Wall, of Marshfield, visited with their cousins, Sandra Winfree, David and Karen Davis, of Udall, Tuesday. They also visited the Udall Cemetery and took pictures of the new confederate tombstone of their great-grandfather, Wm. Franklin Davis who is buried there.
I had a visit with Junior Evans Saturday, a fisherman friend, as he was here getting a few catalpa worms. I knew he had been an employee of Baxter Lab for many years but was surprised it was 38 years. He had a five by-pass surgery and off work a short time, also major knee surgery and he still works courageously and deserves a lot of praise.
Sympathy to Shirley Welch who lost her husband, Richard, on Sunday July 6th at their home in Ozark. He was laid to rest in St. Louis.
Little Vine Camp at Hammond Mill is this week for vacation Bible camp.
Continued prayers are for Maxine Smith, a patient in Baxter Regional Medical Center. Hopes are for her to soon be able to come home.
Jean Suman enjoyed having company over July 4th weekend. They were her daughter, Jeanna Smith and children Valerie and Isaiah, also Elizabeth Chenoweth, husband Cameron and their daughter Emma from Harrisonville, MO.
Jean had a wonderful vacation in late June with son Todd and family from Ozark as they went to Gulfport, Ms for a week.
Jean’s sister, Helen Miles, of Springfield, had shoulder surgery the last of May. Jean visited her last Thursday.
Best wishes are sent her way.
Karen K. Davis and I were in Mtn. Home Monday for my doctor appointment and a little shopping.
A thought to remember is “Faith is what makes you feel the comfort while you are chopping the wood.”