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Tillatoba has a new celebrity, Mark Hartley, the snake killer man. The snake was six feet long and had seven rattlers. It was old and had lost some of the rattlers. I know it was the biggest snake I’ve ever seen. I’m just glad Mark saw the snake before it saw him!
Well, we finally decided it was hot enough to turn the air on for the summer. Now I don’t want to go outside and do anything.
I got a phone call Sunday afternoon from Billy Gene Nelson of Oakland, telling me he had been in the hospital after having a light stroke. He is home and is limited on doing a few things for a week or so. I hope you are feeling better soon, Billy.
I got another phone call from Elizabeth Fly of Charleston asking me about a recipe I had put in the paper. We ended up talking over an hour about our families and people we discovered we both knew – a very sweet lady.
Happy birthday to Mary Brett Hartley who has a birthday June 1; Alex Ferguson celebrates the 7th; and Jake Rose, Kelly Paris, Charles Peyton and Jonnie Sivley all celebrate their birthday on the 8th. I wish you all a happy and blessed birthday.
David and your writer motored to Grenada Wednesday and picked up our prescriptions. While they were being filled, we rode down and visited with our daughter, Donna Garripoli. Donna was busy working in her yard so we didn’t stay long. She was getting ready to kill poison ivy, and I am highly allergic to that stuff.
Rowland Hartley hit a grand slam Tuesday night and he got a triple play Monday night. Rowland had some proud folks pulling for him.
The Ladies WMU and Crochet class will be June 19 at 10 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall at Tillatoba Baptist Church. The ladies will be collecting dolls, jump ropes, paddle balls, playing cards, ABCs, numbers, shapes, colors, girl jewelry and deodorant for May and June. The crochet class is for all ages and costs nothing to join.
Christian love and sympathy to the Annie Pearl Boyles family of Water Valley. Pearl passed away Friday morning. She leaves her husband, Dean Boyles of Water Valley and two children, Matthew Boyles and Anya Patton.
Patcie’s Recipe For The Week
4 cups strong tea
1 six-ounce can of frozen lemonade
2 tsp. almond extract
3 1/4 cups water
1 cup sugar
Mix until sugar dissolves and serve over ice.