Florence News 3-17-16


The Red Hot Red Hatters will meet for lunch Monday March 21st at 11 a.m. at Tracy’s Diner. Bring a friend.

The East Enterprise Fire Department men and ladies had a good ham and bean supper Saturday evening. Had a good crowd and lots of Chinese auction items.

Vickie Hinman and Suzie visited Patty Chase Saturday afternoon. LeeAnn, Emily and Kelsey Bush and Braxton May visited that afternoon also.

Charles and Alberta Pickett, Dale and Danilee Thompson, Roy and Bonnie Duckworth, Patty Chase, Kenny Clements and Mike Johnson enjoyed Saturday morning breakfast together.

Patty had a good phone visit with Agnes Wheeler Sunday. Agnes wants everyone to pray for Margaret Turner’s recovery. She spent some time in the hospital and is now having therapy at Swiss Villa. She was a very sick lady and our prayers will help.

Kaden McClure celebrated his birthday Saturday March 12th at Hometown Pizza in Carrollton. Verle Truitt, Roy and Bonnie Duckworth, Melissa Duckworth, Dorothy and John Duckworth, Bryan and Amy Maddox, Randy, Michelle and Kiersten McClure all enjoyed the party. Happy 11th birthday Kaden.

Glenda Sullivan is improving and should be through with her therapy soon. Her company was Jean Sandidge, Peggy Turner, Teresa Turner, Richard and Janet Sullivan, Rita Brogan, Doris Chase, Mary Jane Hankins, Patty Chase, Troy Gibbs, Evelyn Davidson, Judy Kappes, Jeanette and Christy Knaus, Teryn Hinman, Sylvia Byars, Pete and Carolyn Lowe, Azalee Harsin, Nathan and Donna Hughes, Sheila Gault, Phyllis Weaver, Kip Meyerhoff, Linda Morrison, Rahe Jean Griffin and Rita Waltz.

Margaret Lee Weidmann’s company was Ronnie Ackerman from Cincinnati, Kevin Scudder, Kay O’Neal, Randy, Lorraine and Ryan Brown. Congratulations to my really good friend Randy Brown on his good luck Saturday night.

Get well prayers for Pete Lowe. He is doing well after surgery. Prayers also for Ronnie O’Banion, LuluBelle Thomas, Diane Earls and all in need.

Sympathy to the Judy Spurlock family. The family are really good friends.

The Historic Hoosier Theatre will present “The Jungle Book” by The Original Frisch Marionette Company Friday March 25th at 7 p.m., $5 charge.

No one has volunteered to help with the shoe factory reunion besides Donna Hughes. Please someone help!