Florence News 11-13-14


I guess I’d better start out with another “oops.” Last week I had Linda Furnish’s name as Downing. You still seem that young to me, Linda.

It was good to see Ron Lee at his benefit Saturday night. There was a really nice crowd there and food to die for. It was nice and we hope they did well and get well wishes for Ron.

We lost another good friend, Louella Peters McCarty. She was a lovely lady and she will be missed. Sympathy to the family.

Stonehouse Creations and Greenhouse at Lamb is planning a craft day Saturday, November 15th, that should be really good. I hope to go and see you there.

I enjoyed working on the election board and visited with many friends.

Charles and Alberta Pickett, Patty Chase, and Glenda Sullivan joined Denny and Mary Lou Bowman at the Aberdeen Methodist Church for the soup, chili and wonderful desserts supper for the school.

Glenda and Patty went to King’s Daughters’ Hospital Wednesday for Patty’s appointment and had a nice visit with Rhonda Otter.

The Craft Show at the Tech Building sponsored by the American Legion Ladies was really good. They had almost anything you would want, especially the good bake sales.

Happy birthday to LeeAnn Bush, Linda Mae Jones, Debbie Wilhoite, Darren White, Gink Poling, Carolyn Lowe, Pete Lowe, Brian Rininger, Frances Pike, Andrea Brogan, Nancy Johnson, Jerry Jewell and Richard Sullivan.

Faye Lewis is feeling a little better after a fall in her bedroom a couple of weeks ago. Her company was Alice Faye Whitham, Mike and Joanna Sawalich, Joann Baxter, Carolyn Hysell, John and Mary Archer, Jean Sandidge, Evelyn Smith and Glenda Sullivan.

Margaret Lee Weidmann’s company was Kay O’Neal, Floyd Wiltz, Randy and Lorraine Brown with Stanley and Dusty dogs to show off their new haircuts, Ronnie and Lois Ackerman, Melody, Tristim and Gavin Reese.

Ryan Brown and friend Hogan, both of Myrtle Beach, went to Colorado to visit friends last weekend.

Get well wishes and prayers go out for Gertrude Voris, Casey Rininger, Ron Lee, James Whitham, Dr. George Zubaty, Dean Henry, Bill Wiseman, Betty Chase, Naomi Johnson, Kathy Keith, Janet Brown, Pete Lowe, Jerry Chase, Jonas Keith, Verle Truitt, and all in need.

Chrissy Albright and her mom, dad, and brother went to the Bowling Special Olympics at Clarksville last week. Chrissy came in fourth place. Congratulations, Chrissy. They all went to Outback for dinner.