Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Menís Club to host night of fun and fellowship
The Friendship Menís Club is planning a night of fun.
To purchase your advance tickets to an evening of gospel, patriotic, and Elvis songs, see members of the Friendship Menís Club. For $15 youíll have an evening with a real Elvis impersonator, who is outstanding. Danny Stirling will be the star of this show beginning at 7 p.m. on April 21.
For advance tickets, call George Sweatman at 753- 3395 or Ellison Singletary at 753-2635 or another of the men at Friendship.
Pastorís Aid Service
The Antioch Holiness Church of Cross invites all to its Pastorís Aid Service, which will be held on Sunday, March 18 at 4 p.m.
Bishop Jesse J. Reid is pastor of Antioch and Minister Retha Simmons is president.
Jay and Jane Murray, formerly of Pennsylvania, recently hosted visitors from back home. Their friends, Marvin and Linda Clayton, stayed from Wednesday until Saturday.
Sarah and† Blaine Tingley had both of their sons visiting last weekend to attend a family reunion with their grandmotherís family in Andrews.
Keith Tingley of East Carolina University and Chris Tingley of Wilmington with his son and daughter also enjoyed a little fishing on Lake Moultrie before returning home. Keith is working on his doctorate while also employed by East Carolina.
Members of Friendship United Methodist Church recently enjoyed the music of Cookie Parsons and Bonnie Steedley who were guest musicians at their church.
The regular musician at Friendship, Brenda H. Frank, is recuperating following a car accident that required surgery, a long therapy, and recuperation. Thank you Cookie and Bonnie, and get well wishes are sent to Brenda.
Anyone with information about the location of historic Fort Dennis should contact this column.
According to one source, Fort Dennis was located in the vicinity of the intersection of Hwy. 176 and Hwy. 27, about 10 miles west of Carnes Crossroads.
If youíve ever heard of this old fort or know someone who may know, letís attempt to locate it. It would be an ideal spot for an historical marker.†
Frances Huntley is recuperating from recent heart surgery in Columbia, and soon will be at the home of her daughter Ramona Dixon after the hospital stay.
Jewel Weatherford must be delighted to be at home once again after breaking her leg and enduring a long hospitalization and recuperation away from home.
Lenwood Rudd recently had heart surgery† in another state where he resides. Best wishes, Lenwood.
Happy Birthday to the Rev. Reggie Rowell, who turned 60 on March 8.
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