Sis got a part-time job at Lake Lure, Chimney Rock area as a tour guide. This was so she could make some money to help send El Moe to brain surgeon college. Anyway, one day as she was showing some tourist the mountainside near a deep gorge, a car swerved around the curve and ran off the mountain. As the tourist watched the car go down the mountainside, one asked Sis, “Ma’am, how often does a car go over the mountainside?” Sis answered, “Just once mister, just once!!”
Bethlehem UMC Prayer Concerns
Mark Glass, Sherry Price, Billy Horne, Roger Harris, Timmy Bishop, Hazel Minor, Lucy Stone, Steve Allen, Kathy Soto, Danny Ford, Hot Shot Farr, Joyce Bishop, Sis Haney, and Dot Gault.
Jonathan Knox, Susan Scales, and Ruby Harris.
We wish to congratulate Bubba Harvey on his retirement from Dollar General Canteen Division. Bubba has worked hard for a long time and he deserves a rest. So maybe now he will go fishing or to the mountains or somewhere. Good luck to you Bubba.
Happy Belated Birthday
We wish a happy belated birthday to Mrs. Ruby Harris. She was 91 years old on June 7. Ruby tells me that she is a spring chicken, looking for a good man that can wash dishes, iron, cook, and do other chores around the house.
Did you know that on Tuesday, June 12, President George Bush was born? The year was 1924. Now, you know.
We wish a happy birthday to Caroline Black, June 10; Madison Fowler, June 20; and Meka Adams, June 21.
Bethlehem UMC will have a farewell cookout for Rev. Christopher Greene on Saturday, June 16 at 5 p.m. The Bethlehem church family wishes Rev. Greene a bunch of good luck and many happy days on his new assignment.
Mike and Donna Manus will celebrate an anniversary on June 12. Mike will take Donna fishing on Broad River, then to Bo Jangles and back to Pea Ridge. They will have fried rabbit for supper.
Another Happy Anniversary
David and Betty Jo Taylor will celebrate an anniversary on June 14. They plan a trip to the beach, then to the mountains for a few weeks, and then back to politicking.
Remember Sunday, June 17 is Father’s Day. A steak supper and some ice cream will do just fine. As I told you last week, no neckties please.
Here comes a quote from Mr. J.D. Bright, Jr.: Women and cats will do as they please and men and dogs should relax and get use to the idea. This is by Robert Heinstein.
Strange Cure For A Strange Disease
Bob West over in the West Springs community brings me a bottle of my own remedy for colomogdus. He makes this stuff up in five gallon buckets. Then breaks it down to a small bottle to sell. He has applied for his license. It is my mixture of wine, Jell-O, and Castor Oil. Saved a many nights sleep. We may make a fortune on this remedy.
Special Folks Of The Week
Our Special Folks of the Week are Mr. Brooks Lee, Officers Brandon Addis and Jeff Wright. These gentlemen helped rescue two people from a burning house on Pineland Road. We are very proud of their efforts as they probably saved these two lives. We thank you and you will be rewarded on down the road.
Harold Loyd “Guitar” Thompson says this… A cow really doesn’t give milk, you have to take it.
Ralph Harris over in Cherokee County offers this: Don’t stand shivering upon the bank, plunge in at once and have it over with….by Sam Glick.
Most people are willing to adapt not because they see the light but because they feel the heat.
Till next time