Paul and Sherry McIntosh, south of town, were happy that their two youngest sons are home from the service and will stay most of next week. Travis is from one of the Carolinas and Weston is from St. Pendleton, Calif. Weston recently got a new pickup and will take it back with him. Their folks help them come and go. The family will have a dinner for them Saturday night.
We’ve had quite a bit of company lately. Yesterday, Bro. Greg Moseley came. We always enjoy him. Our grandson, Mark Vaughan and Gavin, Drew and Clint Vaughan’s son, Riley, came. Mark did some weed-eating and burning leaves. We appreciated that a lot.
Joe Johnstone, north of Macomb, had knee surgery last week. As far as I know, he’s going good.
Travis and Christy Black and girls have moved in their new home they built west of Mansfield.
Sorry about the motorcycle, car accident that killed Country John McCallister last Sunday evening or afternoon. The lady riding with him has been in critical condition. Country John lived north of Hartville in the Little Creek area. He was hit by a car. I don’t know the driver’s name.
Norwood School was closed Good Friday and will be Monday. A bus took the prom group to Branson Friday for their prom Friday night. That was quite away from school.
You will have a new correspondent next week. I finally found someone to take over. It is Cindy Sullivan who was born and raised in this area. My eyes are getting too bad to continue. So many have complimented me and I appreciate it, but since someone has agreed to take over, I’d better quit. I’m sure she will do fine.
Cindy’s husband Chad won the school board election last week. So did incumbent Rhonda Coatney. All who were running got several votes.
I enjoyed visiting with the ladies at Teresa’s beauty shop yesterday. I hadn’t seen Sue Forrest in ages. She brought her mother, Mary Brock, to the shop.
Hope you like your new correspondent.