Members of the Gunter Mountain Chapter, NSDAR, attended the 123rd State Conference of the Alabama Society Daughters of the American Revolution, held March 12-14 in Auburn, Ala.
Folks in my neighborhood are thankful to North Alabama Co-op for keeping our electricity working during last week’s storms. Also, we appreciate our TV companies keeping our TVs operating. We couldn’t go outside unless it was necessary or we might have washed down the river. I thought we migh…
Frances Wrenn brought me a sandwich after she babysat all morning with her great-grandson, Emmett, 2-year-old son of Rachel Hess. His mother put him in a movie to watch. When it was over, Frances wanted him to watch another, but she wasn’t sure how to do it. Emmett solved the problem. He wal…
Joy Horton had a bad infection. Her doctor sent her home with medication and she is recovering. Joy and Rodger Horton are having repairs done on their house after a fire did damage. They are adjusting.
Rodger & Joy Horton of Burroughs Drive had a house fire on Monday the 8th. It caught in the attic, supposedly some electrical wiring. There was some water damage and some fire damage. They are blessed that they are safe and they didn’t lose the house.
Shirley Leslie’s daughter Sue Lynn McPeters passed away after a long illness on Monday, Feb. 1, at her home in Toney, Alabama. She was buried on Thursday at Old Prospect Cemetery. Shirley, who is 97, made the remark, “No one should go before her parents.” My sympathy is with you and yours, Shirley.
Rodger and Joy Horton’s son Matthew has the COVID virus and pneumonia. Rodger Horton Jr. of Washington, IL, is recuperating from eye surgery and has to have two more surgeries. They are currently having another ice storm.
Judy D. Sims had visitors, her great grandchild Brylee Bell and her granddaughter Kinsley Sims spent 2 nights with her. She said they wore her out playing Monopoly. Another day, her grandchildren Addy and Kai Bell spent the day with her.
Seth Hampton, the son of Chad and Rita Hampton who were both born and raised in Guntersville, was a part of the Thompson High School's football team who pulled off a miraculous win December 2 in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Kate & Lewis Stewart ate their Thanksgiving meal across the street at the home of their daughter and her husband, Patricia and John Mize. Kate said they had room for more. Kate did most of the cooking and then carried the food to Patricia’s. They fed several family members and friends. K…