A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly: and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother.
Bro. and Sis. Wheat. . .two of the most hospitable folks you'll find.
God has blessed them with a beautiful home
and each year they open it not only for Christmas, but for through -out the year.
They have always been an open door for young folks and old alike.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow them all the days of their lives.
We started off the day with the women having a prayer meeting, then around 12:00 noon the men started showing up to eat with us. The food and fellowship were both delicious!
God certainly brings good cooks to the Body of Christ!
Sis. Wright and Sis. Aline Heathman standing by the big tree.
James Stevens and Tom Peach (my sweetheart) waiting in line
for the many food delights just around the bend.
Martha Dodd, Sandra Stevens, Peggy Moser, Jo Ann?, Sis. Brown, Sis. Tibbits and Sis. Margie Andrews
Folks were there from Sebastopol.
Sisters - Odelia Tibbits, Linda Blades, Duenna Berryman, Margie Andrews, Joan Mooneyham
Sis Sonja Brown and Sis. Duenna Berryman
Sisters - Rosie Martin, Christine Gregory, Joy Tinney, Martha Dodd,
Peggy Moser and Jo Anne