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Colliers celebrate anniversary


Traffic for a holiday was not as it used to be. I don’t know how people are supposed to make it. I’m not saying I’m old, because I’m not. I remember when my parents bought gas and it was 50 cents a gallon. They complained back then. All the old people have probably rolled over in their graves.

With diesel fuel the price it is, I don’t see how trucking companies make money. I believe we’re headed for a hard time in the future and it’s all the Bible being fulfilled and of course our government and ignorant people are helping it along.

Patty Stamper Lowe stopped by for a visit. She lives in Gary, Ind. She visited Carl and Willa Mae Boggs. Carl and Willa Mae were spending the weekend at Carr Creek Lake in their camper. Patty Lowe spent the night, stopped in Lawrenceburg, Ind., and went on home.

Kenneth Collier of Linefork, and his family went to his parents’ for the weekend. His parents celebrated a 50th wedding anniversary.

There is going to be a Fields family reunion June 13 and 14 at the Cowan Community Center. It will start at 12 p.m., Saturday, which is Flag Day. The theme is red, white and blue. Those attending should bring a side dish and dessert. We hope to see the whole Fields family and relations there. Meat, drinks, plates and tableware will be provided. An auction will be held. Bring something for the auction. There will also be music and door prizes. It’s going to be a fun-filled weekend. Hope to see you all there. For more information, call Dean Roark at 633-3172 or Linda Fields at 633-7407.

Kingscreek Community Church always has a camp-out on the Rondal Meade farm every summer. I can’t wait until they give the date. It’s always so much fun.

Whitesburg Freewill Baptist Church always has a cookout and singing in the summer, too. I can’t wait for all these events.

It seems time is flying past. It’s almost June and I don’t know what happened in May. Maybe I have sometimers disease.

Sandy Roark has been in the hospital. She’s home now and doing better.

Guy Stewart is sick. Pray for him. He is in a hospital in Lexington.

If anyone has a couple horses they don’t want and would like to give them away, I will take them off their hands and be glad to get them. I’ll give them a good home.

Until next time, start walking. It’s good exercise. You can always walk and let the horse walk behind you. If you get tired, you have a ride back.

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