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Norwood Gleanings for Feb. 9 issue



A couple of recaps for you. Red’s Pizza had a few changes in music night. It’s still the third Saturday from 6-8 p.m., but bands have changed. Feb. 19-Carol Green Band, March 19-Sherry Lovan Band and April 16-Joe Wright and Boys.

Heather Drinkwater will be coming into Reba’s Salon. She will be doing her nails and eye lashes, but really wants to focus on a good set of nails. Coming less then a month.

The Norwood Betterment Club will have a meeting on Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the old City Hall building. They are asking people to help them and get new ideas. Plan to attend. Junior Weher passed away this week. He left behind his wife, Mabel, of 54 years and one son, Chris, and daughter, Tammy Cudworth.

Congrats to the boys basketball team, who took first place in the Family Pharmacy Tournament. Jacob Sinning got All-Tournament and Garrett Davault was selected as the Most Valuable Player (M.V.P.).

There will be an open party to the public on Feb. 22 from 6-8 p.m. at Red’s Slice ‘N’ Scoop. There will be lots of gifts, pizza and giveaways that night. This company is known for Ningxia Red Supplement for health problems and more.

Sorry to hear Robin (Dodson) Bailey passed away. She was a 1981 graduate at Norwood and the daughter of the late Harold and Hazel Dodson. Congrats to Guy and Brandi Mullanack on the birth of their son, John Asher.

There will be fun, pizza and prizes on Feb. 22 at Red’s Pizza for public ladies to attend a Ningxia party. Safe, energy oils...it’s called “Back to our Roots.”

Get wells to Danny Cottengim and David Dake.

John and Burnetta Williams said farewell to milking cows after 45 years. Bittersweet feeling, but he will be semi-retired, still has beef cows, raises pups and preaching. I wanna say a big thanks to MoDOT and Hartville Road crew and to the mailmen that worked when everyone else was staying in safe during last week’s blizzard. Prayers for Annet Bruffett and Tammy Cudworth.

Thought: If you get lost in the woods, find yourself a possum and follow it. You’ll be in the middle of the road in no time.

Until next time, God Bless our little town.

Any news, call me at 417-259-9597.


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