There is no rain to report. It has been two months since we had our last .6 of an inch. Not since August and September of 1983 have we had two months without any rainfall.
There were 12 people enjoying the visiting at the community meeting last Saturday night. The officers were all re-elected. They are Bobby Deeds, president; Jerald Weatherman, vice-president; Wilma Lee, sec-treas. and Irene Cummings, reporter. Gloria Weatherman volunteered to help out with minutes or whatever until Wilma is able to be back. The gospel singings have been scheduled for March and October again this year and the list of hostesses remains the same as last year.
The good news is, Wilma Lee is at home now in between treatments. Her blood disorder has responded to the treatments as the Drs. had hoped. She is healing nicely from her recent fall and Curtis reports that she hopes and plans to be in attendance at next months’ community meeting. You sure can’t keep a good woman down! The report on David Evans is that he is feeling better now that he has in several years and is continuing to work. Jr. Evans is not feeling too well and will see a specialist in Dallas soon. We send the Evans family and the Lees our best wishes as well as anyone else who has sick ones in the family.
Winners in the last 42 tournament were Alan Taylor and Daniel Hulmes. Second place went to Andy Cummings and Bobby Mask. Curtis Lee was named outstanding player of the year with the most games won. The next tournament will be February 14th in Winchell.
Seven members turned out for the last Busy Bee quilting day. They were Irene Hammett, Jewel Larimer, Gloria and Fay Lusty, Marilyn Miller, Carol Orr and Grace Hardman. I went down and had lunch with them. The ladies were working on a quilt for the VFD and it will be brought back and worked on again in February.