What a rain we received last Thursday, just as I was getting my yard mowed. Now I can make plans to mow it all over again. It’s better than a severe drought as in years past, when our gardens and crops were burnt up with the heat and little or no rain during summer months. At our home we depended on cistern water, no deep wells as we have now. Some systems not healthy and many died from typhoid fever and related illnesses. In my grandfathers records, as a family doctor he attended to entire families with the fever and brought them through the crisis.
Many friends of Doris Douglas paid tribute to her memorial services Wednesday. She will be missed.
Happy birthday to my niece in Springfield, Carol Aronis, who has a June 15th birthday this Sunday. She is a graduate of Evangel College.
We were saddended with the death of our long time friend and neighbor, Stella King. Her family has our sympathy. Her memorial service was at Lilly Ridge Church Saturday and burial beside her husband, Isaiah, at Clear Springs Cemetery.
The Bruce Quick and Audean Watson families have our sympathy.
Prayers for Randi Schmucker are sent her way. Her husband, Mahlon, said he was taking her to a doctor in West Plains Monday. She is in a lot of pain with arthritis.
I got calls from my sons, Marlyn and Lyndon, Sunday so I got to wish them both Happy Father’s Day.
The Ladies Prayer Brunch meets at Mammoth Assembly Church this Saturday at 10 a.m.
Karen K. Davis and I will be in Mountain Home Tuesday for my doctor appointments and a little shopping.
Helen and Jim Conardy had his son, Ron and wife, Melinda Conardy, visiting them over the weekend from St. Louis.
Edi McKinnon enjoyed going to the Stained Glass Theatre Saturday with friends of the arthritis exercise group, from the Senior Center. There were two cars making the trip. The last production will be June 30th.
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