Ken and Debbie Cederlind headed for North Dakota Saturday with their grandson, Wylie Vigesaa who has been here for about a month visiting. This will be the first time that Ken has been out there.
Michael Freeman came home for a week to be with his family. Pam Crim came up Saturday to play with the Freeman girls on the Plainview team at the ball park. I am not sure if they won or not, but after the game was over they all went over to Bonnie Phipps’ and they all had a barbecue picnic.
By 10 p.m. last Monday I ended up with 1.3 inches of rain, .2 on Saturday and .3 Sunday morning by eight.
I took my news and eggs in last Tuesday morning and stopped by Martin’s, but he was getting ready to go out and eat so I came on home and that evening Tom and Mary Martha Williams, Doris Morrison and Hellen Blakey went to Mtn. Grove to their O.E.S. Friendship Meeting and they honored 25 and 50 year members.
Harold Hutchison came home Wednesday afternoon and seems to be doing pretty good. Kim Clements stopped by and picked an angel food cake and loaf of bread up for Kay and Harold.
Kim Hathcock stopped and picked up her eggs when she got off work.
Lakota came and spent the day Thursday and later on I took the eggs over to the courthouse ladies.
Nina Carter came by Friday and visited a while before going home.
Saturday morning I went through town and dropped a get-well card and a loaf of bread off at Ric Engelhardt’s, but no one came to the door, so I tied the sack to the door knob. Ric was operated on Thursday. So far he is doing okay. I then went and got me some cow’s milk to make homemade ice cream on the 4th. Then I came home and Kay stopped by and got her eggs. I went over and took Lee Aborn a loaf of healing bread that he likes and visited with him and Marsha.
I am getting cucumbers off my vines. I have ate two already and there are about four more out there now. Raymond Haden preached for us this Sunday. Our prayer is that all the ones who have just been operated on will have a speedy recovery.
Keep those prayers coming for our sick folks because there are lots out there.
My prayers and sympathy goes out to all who have lost a loved one.
Don’t forget to pray for our leaders and the men and women in the service and their families and the ones in training.