It was a good day to be in church Sunday morning, we had many on our prayer list, some praise reports, continue to pray for all in need.
Brother Ric spoke to us about church growth and attendance, using the scripture of not forsaking the assembling of yourselves together. The small country churches are going to go by the wayside if we are not more diligent about supporting them and more serious about our church attendance.
We sang Happy Birthday wishes for Janna Christensen.
Old Folk’s Day will be September 9, 2-4 p.m., please make preparations to be here and invite someone else to come, it is always a fun day.
Jewell Elliott had cataract surgery Tuesday, and seems to be doing well.
Visitors of Tom and Jewell this past week have been James Elliott, Sunday night, Makayla Elliott. Thursday, Shaun and Logan Elliott later in the evening. Jewell and Tom visited Albert and Doris Elliott, Monday night.
Bessie Hall’s visitors this week were J.C. and Vicky, Jewell, Kim and Danny,Kay, Lisa and Jesse.
Ronnie and Pat Lansdown drove to West Plains Tuesday to bring their grandchildren to spend a few days with them before school starts. They enjoyed a trip to Chuckie Cheese and Bass Pro, also.
Paul Cox and Jeanne Cox visited their mother, Myrl Cox. Pat did some cleaning and grocery shopping for her mother, also.
Mary Ann Hathcock continues to slowly gain strength and has had several visitors this week: Tom and Rosie Harris, Margaret Mason, Mary Ann’s sister, Sharon Keeling, of Independence, sister, Ruby and Carl Sievert, Jim and Jo Hathcock, Eleazar and Ronda Soto and Hellen Blakey.
Maxine Lund and Kay Hutchison were in West Plains on Friday. Morgan Clements spent the day with his granddad, Harold.
Harold and Kay Hutchison attended the Skyline Picnic Saturday evening. Dylan Clements and Sarah Claussen visited later in the evening.
Mae Cox was pleased to have a visit with Bessie Hall and Kim Clements, Tuesday. Her other visitors this week were Lisa and Jesse, Donna Nichols, Lauren and Hunter Hall. Mae also spoke with Jack Haden, who had a nice visit with former neighbors in the Mt. Tabor community, Eva and Pauline Fowler. Freeda Richards also visited with the ladies, who live in California.