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Church to sell fried pies for building repairs

Big Cowan

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am just about over these water problems. It’s been out for four days with a water line broken somewhere.

I had a nice call from Shelby and Bobby Bockover of Greensburg, Ind., and Audrey and Charles Hammonds from North Vernon, Ind., to check up on my husband after his fall.

Nice talking to them and to catch up.

Mary Lou Fields fell recently and went to the hospital as she was having trouble breathing. Everyone please be careful on the snow and ice, it is very dangerous.

My granddaughters called the other night to check on Papa. They are doing okay.

The Freewill Baptist Church at Whitco will be selling fried apple, peach and pineapple pies on Friday, Jan. 30, at the church. Please stop by and pick up some. The money will go toward building repairs, and you will enjoy the pies. I like apple the best, so I know what I will be spending my money on. They sell for $1 each.

Irene Day brought me some walnuts that Eugene hulled out, and they are really good.

Paige Brown (Irene’s great-granddaughter) brought one of her new puppies out to see me. Irene’s dog had four puppies, and they’re really big pups. Paige gave it a bath before she brought it out. I thought it was her little Shih-Tzu. It looked like a rabbit (black and white). Paige is so cute and talks like a grown-up, and she is only five years old.

Bill Maggard of Columbus, Ind., called to check on James and the rest of the family. It was good talking to him. Bill and Agnes are neither one doing well healthwise. Keep them in your prayers. Love you, “Old Hoosier.”

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