We got another good rain Friday and Saturday.
Dick and I took Kinsey Thompson to Springfield to get an M.R.I. on her knee that she had twisted while playing softball for Ava. The results were not good. She will not be playing ball for a while. That night Kailey, her sister, had an accident at home. She had to have ten stitches on her back, but she played basketball the next night. Tuesday night they won over Ava Victory, but lost to Taneyville Thursday night.
Southern Construction has been clearing out the right of way for REA Electric lines in the Goodhope and Rome area. There was a lot of excitement around the Goodhope Church Wednesday evening around 5:30. Buddy Black ran his pickup off the road and flipped it over. He was taken to the hospital by air. I haven’t heard how bad he got hurt.
Freeda Richards fixed lunch Friday for her brothers, George Haden from Washington, Jim Haden from Sparta, Jackie Haden from Nixa and sisters Betty Jenkins of Ava and Lenora Burton of Ava. It sounds like they had a good time. Don Beason was also there.
Saturday Georgia Sanders and Sue Johnson, both from Claremore came up to visit with sisters, Norma Cross and other relatives. Georgia’s son, Ron and wife, Shelia from Tulsa, brought them up. Ron and Sheila went to see Peggy Jenkins at Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center before returning home Sunday morning. Georgia and Sue will be staying a few days.
Psalms 100:5, “For the Lord is good: His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endureth to all generations.”