“Buck” said he is starting a new business.  He said he is starting a Blacksmith Shop. He brought in a miniature anvil (made by Paul Chancellor) and said he needs a Blacksmith hammer and horseshoe and a large belt buckle.  Then he will be ready to open a shop!

Katrina and Neta went to Palmyra, Hannibal, and Quincy.

Ruby Red Hats of Rutledge will be going to The Grind in Downing.  They are to be there at noon on May 15th.  For those carpooling, meet at Zimmerman’s at 11:00 a.m.

Bob Marshall and Tim Schrage were out turkey hunting.  They had not gotten any so they took a break and came to Zimmerman’s for coffee.

John Guio from DeKalb, IL and Joe Forrester from Columbia, MO came for a friend’s graveside service.

Carol and Eilene McCabe spent the weekend in Smithville, MO.  Carol walked with Kelli’s team for the March of Dimes for Babies.  The Walk was three miles and started at the Power and Light District.

Sunday was celebrated for Mother’s Day at a restaurant in Gower.  Those attending were Eilene, Carol, Nick, Kelli and Reid, Valerie, Wendy McBee, Cindy and Jack, Jon, Amy, James and Nora, Jim and Cheryl, Lori and John.

Some of those in this week were Tim Morris, Dale Tague, Neta Phillips, Charlene Montgomery, Martin Guinn, Reva Hustead, Don Tague, Doris Day, Ruth Ludwick, Bob and Dorothy Hunolt, Oren and Celina Erickson, Virginia Peterson, Milt Clary, Naomi Kidd-Schwandt, Otho and Dorva Harbur and Joe Paul.