We are still waiting and hoping for that rain. The small grain is suffering for the lack of moisture.
There were four tables of players at the 42 tournament last Saturday night out at Shiloh. Andy Cummings and Donna Taylor took home first place. I believe they had the distinction of being the oldest and youngest players there. We won’t say which was which! Bill and Ann Harlow won second, and third place went to Marilyn Suber and Fred Overstreet. The next tournament will be Dec 11th at Richland Springs.
We were sorry to hear of the passing of Fred Smith of San Angelo. Fred was a nephew of Jr. and Bonnie Evans and grew up in the Elm Grove community. Funeral services for Fred were held Wednesday at the Blaylock Funeral Home in Brownwood. We send our sympathy to his family.
The Coyotes won their game against Buckholts last Friday night by a score of 52-6. They will now face Jonesboro in Comanche this week. Good luck boys!
The Busy Bee quilters had seven members present last Tuesday for their Thanksgiving meal. They were, Irene Hammett, Grace Hardman, Gloria and Fay Lusty, Marilyn Miller, Carol Orr and myself. Carol came to help with the quilt but didn’t get to stay and eat with us. Marilyn Suber was our guest.
Marilyn, Michael and Bethany Suber and I attended the girls basketball game Saturday afternoon between the Lady Coyotes and Rising Star. It was nip and tuck all the way and the Lady Coyotes finally pulled it out by a score of 54-47. My grand daughter, Marla Cummings, is a member of Rising Star’s team.
The Cowboys played good Sunday and surprised us all by winning the game over the Giants. A&M beat Baylor but I had to miss that game due to the 42 tournament. I don’t play 42 but it is fun and interesting to go and watch.
Marilyn Suber has to have a stress test Tuesday. If all goes well, she will have surgery Friday (on her birthday). She is trying to work up until the last minute. Watch this column for her return to Hair It Is.