Bakers Mills News

It was a very chilly Monday morning of 24 degrees. It is that time of year when most mornings will be frost on the pumpkins.

Another Halloween passed and a very rainy evening and changes on some outings. The older folks still look forward to having children come to their house all dressed up. I remember when Bill and Bertha Hitchcock, Uncle Duke and Aunt Blossom Faulkner and Mom and Dad use to see how many came to trick or treat. Bertha use to write down the kids names. Now hardly any kids go door to door on Edwards Hill now.

Bob and Doris DeGroat have returned from their month away. It is nice to get away but always glad to be back home. Bob is glad to be back and see his goats.

Tim Ordway took Earl Allen to Saratoga to his eye specialist one day last week. They enjoyed having lunch at a small diner in Fort Edward. Tim enjoyed hearing some of the things Earl told him about years ago.

Dave and Faye Newkirk had a great apple harvest this year. So many kinds of apples and no worms. They had one apple that weighed a pound and was 4 inches across.

Brandi Burton was the guest of honor at her baby shower Sunday afternoon. She was surprised to see so many there to wish her, Jonny and baby well. She received many lovely gifts. There was lots of food and cake. Games were played. Everyone had a great time. Ask Verna and Chrissy about their fun.

Many kids enjoyed going to the All-nighter All-County Super Bowl. They had fun but so tired after the event.

Fabiann Conlon to the rescue. Thanks Fabe for helping Keisha change a flat tire and fixing my stove pipe after the strong wind took the top half off. Sorry you fell and cut your arm.

Happy Birthday to: Lois Allen, Matt Millington, Dan Cleveland, Courtney Richards, Gail Harris, Marvene Lawrence, Lane Eldred Cleveland, Paul Logue, Amy Dunkley Cleveland, Zachariah Morehouse, Reisha Thissell, Mike Denno, Heather Bacon, Andrew Kasztan, Caleb Werger.

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