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Birthdays and Anniversaries for This Week:
Sept. 18 — Bill Dean, Jamie Wintjen
Sept. 19 — Ashley Brown, Lindsey Myers, Lucus Ruble, Michael Troxell,
Sept. 20 — Rachel (Dean) Smith, Cory and Holly Young, Sally and Randy Garner
Sept. 21 — Trish Doyle
Sept. 22 — Paul Roland
Sept. 23 — Bob Lipcamon, Jeff Fesler, Jon Webel, Mary Cobb, Shevi McCoy
Sept. 24 — Avery Bradshaw, Edith Turner, Jaime Syrcle, Luke Smith, Rosalee McDannold
Prayers take just a few minutes to say, and have such tremendous power! And so very much appreciated. Take time to read the following requests, praying over each one. And if you have a few minutes out of your day, do that again.
Prayer requests: Barb Ward, Bonnie Prudoehl, Chris Sitton, Cooper Lemons, Connie Vermillion, Christine Henthorn, Connie McFall, Diane Garner, Frances Larson, Greg Ketterman, Ginger Whitlock, Helen Mays, Jenny Fox, Jerry Gully, Josh Bennett, Lois Thomas, Lisha Fee, Luetta Swartz, Linda Schnabel, Mark Vermillion, Melinda Chandler, Milo Klein, Pastor Gary Dice, Pat and Tim from Minnesota, Roger Straus, Radar Grim, Roger and Sue Robbins, Roger Bonnett, Steve Davis, Susie Fudge, Susan Shaw, Ted Patton, Tom Ruble, Wayne Robbins, several unspoken prayers, the country Israel, and United States of America with all her leaders.
In the early hours of Sept 13, Uncle Don Ogle passed away. He was married to our Aunt Ona, and they were happy together. When she came down with cancer the second time, he took extremely good care of her. He will not be forgotten.
There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling; One Lord, one faith, one baptism, One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.
Received the following information from Mark Welch: Beginning Monday Sept. 23, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m., in the Parish Hall, St. Mary’s in Pittsfield will offer a weekly class on the Catholic faith.This class will cover the apostle and nicene creed, baptism, confirmation, eucharist, confession, anointing of the sick, priesthood, marriage and the ten commandments. This class is commonly called The Right of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) and may be used for persons who wish to become members of the Catholic faith. However, it is also used for anyone who has an interest in Catholic teaching and would like to learn more. Many Catholics use the class as continuing education. The classes are offered for free and will be instructed by Fr. Mark Schulte. The classes conclude at Easter.
Pittsfield High School Class of 1973 luncheon will be Sept. 27 at the Cardinal Inn at noon. All classmates and significant others are welcome to attend.
There will be a bingo night Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Barry
American Legion and all profits will be used to buy food for the Food Pantry. Eighteen games will be played, $6 and $9. Cards will start being sold at 6 p.m. and bingo will start 7 p.m..
Barry Food Pantry served 1,012 people in the month of August. The breakdown by school districts are: Western 37%; Pittsfield 39%; Pleasant Hill 13%; and Griggsville-Perry 11%.
1. What make of semi truck has a little dog on its hood?
2. What did the Nile River turn to when God gave Moses the plague to use?
3. How many men that were born in Pike County played major league baseball, and who were they?
4. What is the largest city on the Mississippi River?
5. Where was Apostle Paul let down in a basket through a window in a wall?
6. Which of the 48 contiguous states extends farthest north?
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God bless each and every one! Look closely for the miracles in every day living.