Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

Series: Gordonsburg | Story 117

September 29, 2022

By Dorothy Warf,

Contributing Writer

Although some have already seen temperatures in the upper forties it was 52 degrees here this morning a little before six. I guess you could say that fall weather is here of course we will have some more warm days and the nights cooler as it gets later in the year. The trees are beginning to look like fall with the variety of colors in the leaves. It will soon be time for the October fest weekend and with it lots of yard sales and many other activities going on and the children will be out of school.

Those I know of who are sick either at home, in nursing facilities or in the hospitals are: Connie Bonner, L C Bowen, Bobby Carroll, Dorothy Carroll, Kathleen Carroll, Madison Chappell, Spencer Clark, Fada Clay, Colleen Farr, Wilburn Franks, Ophelia Green, Calvin Harris, Shirley Howe, Leon Hunter, Monette King, Bruce Ligon, Sherry Love, Claire Elizabeth Mayberry, Linda Mercer, Helen McCann, Mike McCann, Howard Miller, Jackie McFall, Betty Odom, Lonnie Odom, Pam Pullman, Hattie Roberts, Mona Runions, Russell Runions, Roy Sharp, Joe Ship, Vickie Skelton, Nell Skelton, Jim Walker, Sharon White, Diane Williams, and Annette Williams. Please pray for these in your daily prayers that they might be better and for any others that need prayers.

We wish a happy birthday Logan Morris and John Reeves on October 2nd, Shirley Carroll, Retha Graham and Burton Graham the 3rd, Patsy Carroll and Peggy Sood the 4th, Paige Roberson, Kelsie Perry and Glenda Atkinson the 5th, and Nathaniel Rittenberry the 6th. Wishing for these a very happy birthday and many more years to celebrate life.

Prayers for all those who have lost loved ones this past week that I know of Wanda Kay King Carroll, Barbara Ann Mauss, James Cordell Cline, Iva Lee Seiber Hays and Alfred Obb Maddox. Prayers for all these families and any others about which we may not know.

Some of our family members went out for a meal on Saturday evening after the children and some adults had made tie-die shirts. It was a late celebration for Raelynn’s birthday and also Jeanea has been an employee at Maury Regional for one year.

I understand the GYIDE Bar B Que meal was a great success and raised money for young people who wish to attend a Christian University for higher education. A very worthy cause.

Remember to mark your calendars for this upcoming event The Lewis County Historical Society will be having a meeting on October 3rd, with a program on David Crockett. It will be at the Strand Theater at 6 pm in the evening please make plans to attend and if you would like to be a member you can pay your dues of ten dollars for the year on that night.

Wishing for you and your family a very good week and may you be blessed with health and happiness which sometimes goes hand in hand. Remember those who are less fortunate and can’t get out and visit if you can and if not send cards or call and let them know you are thinking about them.


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