Hello everyone. I hope you are all doing well. It’s a beautiful day today, and ”The late Betty and Jim Marlowe,” says Whitesburg correspondent Oma Hatton, “were not just my employers but very dear friends for many years.” warm also. Friday was a pretty day, but cold. I guess it’s that time of the year. Pretty leaves are all gone and frost every morning. Whitesburg
We’ll get used to it. Anyway, it’s a day that the Lord has made, and we will rejoice and be glad in it. There has been a lot of sickness, and we hope they get better soon.
Aggie Hatton is back in the hospital again. I hope she gets better real soon and gets back in church.
Our sympathy goes out to the family of Sherry (Hatton) Fields, her sister Margaret Combs and her sons Stephen Fields and Chris Fields. Her funeral was Sunday, Nov. 13.
Dorthy Tackett called me and told me that her niece, Linda Jo Pennington, wanted to wish her aunt Julie Lawson, a happy 94th birthday on Nov. 14 in Tiffin, Oh., and also a big hello to another aunt, Siller (Hatton) Montgomery, who also lives in Tiffin. They were our Marlowe friends.
Most of the people who left Marlowe went to Tiffin, Oh. I’ve heard it was almost like another Marlowe.
Tina Bell Adams is still in a Lexington hospital. She has been real sick for over three weeks, but I have heard she is some better.
Sandra and Billy Hatton are still in Hawaii on vacation and will be home this weekend, back to the real world. Billy said they were really enjoying themselves. I miss them.
Dr. Jonathon ‘Jump’ Hatton had another birthday Nov. 14, and his brother, Jamie Hatton on Nov. 29, and someone will be having one Nov. 21.
I talked to Juanita Profitt and she and her husband Earl are about the same.
I talked to Ruby Mohn in Corbin. I hadn’t heard from her in a while. I enjoyed talking to her. We had a lot of ground to cover and catch up on. We talked for a long time.
I went to the funeral of Sherry (Hatton) Fields last Sunday and saw lots of friends there; Mabel Jo Buttrey, Bobbie Jean Collins, Sally Profitt, Elaine Fields (I don’t know her married name), and many more were there.
Margaret ( Hatton) Combs appreciated everyone who came. The service went well and everyone enjoyed Sara Hatton’s pretty singing. She is my grandson Chris Hatton’s wife.
My news is short this week as I’ve tried to spend a lot of time at the hospital. Maybe next week I’ll get around and get more news.
I hope all the sick folks get better. May God bless all of you. Try to be in church somewhere this week if you can.
Winter is coming and we may not get to go as much as we’d like to.