Fall is here, we got a little frost, which helps with allergies.
My Aunt Edythe Applegate passed away and was buried at Mt. Tabor Cemetery last Wednesday the 5th. She was married to my mother’s brother, Lawrence Applegate. We grew up in the same area. I have always known her. She was a fine lady. She was a mentor to a lot of young women. I always thought Edythe and my sister, Reatha Jenkins-Haas, were perfect preacher’s wives. They are both in heaven now.
Dick and I attended the wedding of Megan and Mark Frazer, Saturday evening in Cape Girardeau. Megan is the daughter of Scott and Missy Richards and granddaughter of Dick and Pauline Richards of Ava. It was a beautiful wedding. It was a little chilly because it was outside. Norma Cross went with us to help drive. Kelly, DeAnn, Kinsey, Kailey and Kyle Thompson went to Cape Girardeau Friday evening to attend the wedding. We all returned home Sunday evening.
Tony and Lisa Richards was working on their house Saturday. I think Art and Charlie Hampton and Julian Cavalier helped. They tore out the old chimney.
We went to a couple of basketball games last week in Bradleyville. The Thornfield tournament started this week.
I Corinthians 13:13, “And now abideth faith, hope, charity (love) these three. And the greatest of these is charity (love).”