Sis went door to door around the neighborhood looking for a part-time job. She had some bills due at Wal Mart and needed to make a few bucks. After a few stops one lady agreed to let her paint her porch. She handed Sis a gallon of dark green paint and a brush and told Sis to paint the porch. After about two hours she finished and went to the door. The nice lady came out and Sis said to her, “Well, I am finished, but that is not a Porsche, it is a Buick!
Fairforest Baptist Church Prayer Concerns
Amber Gibson, Ralph Cody, Ruby Howell, Raymond Duncan, Penny Deaton, John Quinn, W.J. Scales, Joey Winzenried, Dean Odell, Clara Inman, Perry Whitt, Ruth Bates and Joe Bates.
Fosters Chapel UMC Prayer Concerns
Hot Shot Farr, Donald Farr, Billy Jack Wentz, Will Sloan, Carl Howard, Carol Dean Garner, Mickey Crayne, Ruby Helms, and Dot Gault.
Bethlehem UMC Prayer Concerns
Mary Greene, Timmy Bishop, Skip Lewis, Olenne Ellison, Sherry Price, Bud Sanders, Bill Howell, Lena Scales, Ruby Howell, and Robert Branch
Have you tried the chicken stew at Midway Bar B Q? It is located at midway between Union and Buffalo. Tell Jay I sent you.
J.D. Bright, Jr. sends this quote by Jeff Valdez: Cats are smarter than dogs, you can’t get eight cats to pull a sled through snow.
We wish a Happy Belated Birthday to Mr. I.G. Vanderford. The big day was May 13. He would not say how old he was, but did say that he was born back when there was a very large ship that sank. The ship was headed from London to New York with a load of rich people on it when it hit an iceberg. Many more to you I.G.
Mothers Of The Year
We wish to congratulate Mrs. Gloria Farr on being chosen for Mother of The Year at Fosters Chapel UMC. Gloria works hard for her church and her community. She is always willing to help out.
Also, Mrs. Della Gibbs was chosen Mother of The Year at Bethlehem UMC. Della is a hard working Christian lady who loves her church and her Lord.
Crowding Around The Table
Harold Loyd Guitar Thompson called to say that when he was growing up back during the depression, there were eight children. Sometimes at supper time the kids would grab lumps in the grits or gravy because they thought it was lumps of meat.
May 23 — Lennah Farr
May 25 — Helen Garner
May 27 — Riley Gregory
May 28 — Harry Helms
May 30 — Becky Moss
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School at Fosters Chapel UMC will be held on July 8-12. Make a note of this change.
Better Service Needed
I’m looking for a convenience store or gas station that you don’t have to wait in line while someone is trying to make up their mind which lottery ticket they want. The store should have someone to take the money for gas or other items.
Did you know that on Tuesday, May 22, 1868 was the First U.S. train robbery? Now, you know.
Winners Versus Losers
Mr. Ralph Harris over in Cherokee County says this: Winners find ways to make things work, losers find excuses for why things don’t work.
It is impossible to live without failing at something. Unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all.
— J.K. Rowling
Till next time