I suppose that the cold spell will be our last until fall.
By Betty Moore
Chuck Foster is home from the hospital in Augusta following a 10-day stay with five by-pass surgeries. The doctor said this week that his recovery is coming along nicely. He has had a few visitors lately. Their daughter Donna from Louisiana was here during his illness. Their son Turner flew into Augusta from Memphis for a few days. He returned this weekend for a visit. Chuck, we are so thankful that you are doing better.
Betty Andrade had foot surgery recently. She is doing fairly well with it but doesn’t stand for an extended time. She and Dave went last week to Maryland to see their daughter and family. Betty, I’m glad that your surgery is behind you.
Little Ruthie Hinesley is said to not be ready for foot surgery yet.
The youth at Grace Bible Church joined in with other youth from Center Pointe Church last week for an event.
There are several birthdays to mention Jean Phillips, Angela Chaffin and Freida Knight. On April 18 Grayson White and Beverly Bentley will celebrate their birthdays on the same day. I’m sure that there are many others. Happy birthday to you all!
Pam Hendrix and sons spent the day with George and Laura Lohr on Sunday.
Earl and Almelia Smith and Billy Hinesley had Edna, Calvin and Jackie from Covington to come by for a visit.
The people at Grace Bible Church went to the Ranch on Sunday to celebrate Dave Kenner’s birthday at 80. They all carried cards. The singing group from Mansfield that had been at the church that morning accompanied them to eat.
Don’t forget the singing at Grace Bible Church on April 24. You are invited.
The Buckhead-Bethany Fellowship met with a pot luck lunch at the home of Miriam Foster on Wednesday. They had a chiropractor to speak.
I suppose that the cold spell will be our last until fall. I rather enjoy cooler weather. I can certainly add enough clothes to keep warm. But to keep cool we need fans or air conditioners. The flower beds looked rather sparse until all at once plants and blooms came out like popcorn. It’s so amazing. I guess many gardens will be planted now, if they had not been before.
Next week please help me have more news.