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11/02/2007 - We want to remind everyone to set his or her clocks back Saturday night. It will take a few weeks to get adjusted to it, as it does when we set our clocks up.

Congratulations to Everett and Nora Swafford on the arrival of their second child, a son, born Oct. 22, and named Adam. The proud grandparents are Conley and Kay Swafford and Vernie Clay and the late John Paul Clay. Adam is welcomed home by a big brother, Daniel. We wish Everett and Nora the best of luck always. God Bless you and your little family.

We have been having nice fall weather. We have had frost a couple of mornings. The leaves are really pretty.

Wishing a very special happy birthday to my son, Jason Jude, who will be 19 years old on the 7th. Love you, Jason.

Happy birthday to James Pack, of Ohio, and Becky (Wilson) Hyatt, of Martin County, 6th. Hope you all have many more.

Happy anniversary to Arnold and Vronis Fletcher, 1st; happy 10th to Seth and Ann (Lyons) Crislip, 1st; happy 39th to Roger and Wanda Ross, 2nd; happy 27th to Ellis and Rita May, 6th. Hope you all have many wonderful happy years together.

Sorry to hear of the death of Ryan Chad Hayes II, infant son of Ryan and Kayla (Carrol) Hayes, due to injuries he received from an automobile accident. The grandparents are Jeff and Tammy Carroll and Lowell and Cheryl Hayes and great-grandparents are Gene and Paulene Hayes. The family has our deepest sympathy.

Imojean Pack and Jim and Elizabeth Howard, of Ohio, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Johnson, and Thurman recently. Imojean and Elizabeth attended church at Spencer and Mitchell and Jim attended Walnut Grove.

There will be church Saturday night, Nov. 3rd, at Spencer FWB, at 7:30 p.m. Joe Sparks, of Ohio, will be doing the preaching. Then on Sunday, Nov. 4th, Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. with church services beginning at 11 a.m. Pastor Roger Ross invites everyone.

Thought of the Week:If you can't do great things do small things in a great way.

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