Sis was shopping around for a new dress; she was invited out with the ladies of the church for a dinner. As she was browsing around the store, the sales lady was letting her take her sweet time. She finally said to the clerk, “I would like to try that one on over there.” The nice sales lady said, “Ma’am that is a lamp shade!”
Local Prayer Concerns
Sis Haney, Mickey Crayne, Tim Gregory, Fant Austin, Ray Youngblood, Carl Pollard, Doris Moss, Ruby Helms, Bo Pierce, Ada Adams, Jamie Palmer, Pete Bolick, Mark Glass, Rubye and Bill Howell, Stump Heatherly, Crystal McKeown, Lucy Stone and Wayne Bobo.
A New Addition To The Family
There is a new kid in town, Caden Lee Newton; he was born at 11:42 a.m. on July 16, 2012. He weighed 7.9 pounds and was 19.5 inches long. He joined a big brother, Carter. The proud parents are Kelli Atkinson and Kendall Newton, which makes Betty Atkinson a great-grandmother once again! Congratulations!
A Big Dinner
It getting that time again folks, Bethlehem United Methodist Church is getting ready to cook up a big dinner. Join them for great food and fellowship on Sunday, Aug. 12. It starts at noon-until it is gone. Menu: Fried Chicken, Roast Beef, Steak and Gravy, Creamed Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Homemade Macaroni Pie, Green Beans, Lima Beans, Slaw, Rolls, Tea, Dessert all for $8 a person. So make your calendars today. Call for takeout, 427-1622.
Prudence Lodge # 139 meets Thursday, Aug. 2 at 7 p.m.
Did you know that Tuesday July 31, 1790, the first patent was registered? Now you know.
Guitar Thompson says this: “To clear up the stream of water running in the creek, let the hogs be downstream.” Hey, we report, you decide.
A Matter Of Perspective
J.D. Bright offers this: “If the only tool you own is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”
As Old As Film Itself
Our oldest son, El Moe, swallowed a roll of film. After examination, the doctor said that nothing would develop.
I had this dream; the U.S.A. is upset about the Olympic uniforms being made in China. Here’s the solution: The U.S. should borrow one trillion dollars from China to have the uniforms made in the U.S., and then we would only owe China seventeen trillion dollars. I don’t know how I come up with all of these great ideas. It must have been the sardines I ate.
Rumor has it that our new pastor, Glenn Ribelin, bought a big basket of peaches and he and his lovely wife Mary was sharing them with folks as they went out visiting. We are so happy to have the Ribelin Family in our community and at our Kelton Charge.
Mr. Ralph Harris over in Gaffney spotted this sign in a garage: We don’t fault people with cheaper goods than ours; after all, they know how much their stuff is worth.
Howard Whitehead recently celebrated a birthday. He would not tell his age, but did say he was born the night that the Civil War started. Many more big boy!
Another Happy Birthday
We wish a happy birthday to Trey Newton. He would not say how old he was either but did say that when he was born, The World War had just ended.
A Birthday Wish
Now Emma Hope Knox did say she just turned 4 on July 21, 2012 and she had a swimming party at the YMCA in Union. We wish you many more fun birthday’s little Miss Emma.
Miss Terrie Blackwell brings Sis and me some homemade cakes and all kind of good stuff, like lemon cakes, strawberry cakes, next thing you know she will be bringing peach cobbler. Terrie and Tim Gregory see that Sis and I are well fed, thank you friends.
Have you tried the lunch buffet at Dawkins Restaurant on SC 49 West? It is across from the old bowling alley, a fine meal at reasonable prices, tell ‘em I sent you.
Only a life lived for others is worth living.
— Albert Einstein
Till next time