Jolly Berwick News
Bpptist Aid Meets With Mrs. Dalton Clear Creek Daptist Aid met with Mary Da I ton for an all day meeting to quilt on a quilt for Mrs. palton. Lunch was served at noon to 15 members, two visitors, five children. Edith Brown lead the lesson, prayer by Mrs. Keeling. Keeling. Next meeting will be with Kthoy Hansc. There will bo preaching at the Berwick Church Sunday March 7. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Oxendine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Haasc and family had a birthday supper at Oxendine's, it b«?ing Naomi O x e n d i ne's and Eddie Haase's birthday, Feb. 25. Mrs. Bob Dalton has been sick with the flu. Mrs. Witt Lcgrando is ho.mc from the hospital, but is staying with her daughter at Pierce City. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Haasc and family attended a triple birtHday supper at Raymond Endicott's cf Sarcoxie, Friday night, it being Raymond Endicott, Eddie Haass, Kitty Clark, birthday. Amos Turner who .underwent surgery Thursday is reported doing doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haase is fixing fixing the house for lights. Those helped were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joel and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Haase, Frank Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oxendine and daughters visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hollingwo.rth at Neosho Sunday. Mivand Mrs. A.ndy Haase and family had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mort Long and family family of Granby Rte. Afternoon guests were Donald Reed and Jack White. Bobby Brown visited Eddie and Charlie Haasc Sunday. Mrs. Ralph Nimmo took Louise Ncmmo, Dott McGill, Nor ma Oxendine, Oxendine, Alicci Brown to, attend a jr. Leadership meeting at Neosho. Neosho. Ed Haase held a gardening meeting at his house Wednesday night.