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September 14, 2009

Personally from Perrin

I missed the First Sunday fellowship, but not the food

PERRIN – What a wonderful surprise at lunch time Sunday. It was the regular First Sunday Fellowship dinner at the Perrin Church of Christ.

I still didn’t feel like going because my legs are so shaky, so I put it off another week. Have a cough also and don’t need any more illnesses to happen to me.

After they ate at the church, they gathered a big collection of the food, and what a feast. One big dish of desserts and one of big platter of the other food. I began on the sweets and all so good. Elton and Louise Short brought the food and we did appreciate everything. Had plenty for supper, also.

Last week my brother-in-law, Claude Renfro, of Weatherford received a pacemaker in a Fort Worth hospital. He had been there two or three days as they kept an eye on him. His heart was out of rhythm and the doctors said it needed a pacemaker. He is doing real well, came home a couple of days ago. He has sons and grandsons staying with him helping him out.

Bernice Farmer, who had quadruple bypass surgery a couple of weeks ago, is now at home recuperating. She is anxious to get back to working around the house and it’s been reported that Tobe, her husband, has to make her take it easy. She’s still not to lift anything very heavy or stoop over.

Sandra Claybourn had to go back to her doctor last week and he cut out an infection around the stitches in her back. She is doing better and is at home and working with the physical therapists.

The December Angel Food box order will be delivered on Saturday, Dec. 19, from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the church’s fellowship room. The January menu will soon be up at several of the businesses in town. You may order online at the Angel Food Ministries Web site or mail your order indicating which boxes you wish. Make the check out to the Perrin Church of Christ and mail it to 228 Rick Road, Perrin, TX 76486. For further information, contact Fred Mealio at (940) 798-4455.

Remember to give me any news about visitors over the holidays and if you have any news of upcoming events in the community, we need to get that in the paper as soon as possible.

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