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By Thelma Bledsoe
I am glad we are to get more rain but I am tired of mowing. It took me almost 5 hours to cut the grass this last week and finally finished on Monday afternoon.
Curtis Sheffield passed away over the weekend and services were on Monday morning at Lane Baptist Church. Our sympathy to Mary and all of his family, he has been in a nursing home for several years.
R.D. Willis ended up back in the hospital, this time in Denison at TMC where he spent a couple nights when they found a broken rib and he was in a lot of pain. He is home now.
If people are going to have dogs they need to pin them up or tie them in the yard so they do not bother other people. There are at least six large dogs running around here, they eat my cat’s food and scare the cat. They also do their business in my yard.
Atoka beat Coalgate on Friday night on their home field, that was even better than winning against them last year on our field. We did not go because the visitors side is so small that we are packed together for the game and we did not think that would be good with trying to stay 6 ft. from each other.
Next week Atoka will play their first home game against Talihina. This will also be Senior Night so come early and see these kids honored.
Lane will play baseball on Thursday at Cottonwood at 4 p.m. Softball will be played at Rock Creek, the time is not decided.
On next Monday, September 14th, Lane will play Krebs at 4:30 at Lane, and softball will be played at Rattan at 4:30 p.m.
I am looking forward to that cool weather this week.
All my news for this time, see you next week the Lord willing.
Remember, language is the apparel in which our thoughts parade before the public, never clothe them in vulgar or shoddy attire.