Rodger and Joy Horton’s granddaughter and her family, Brooke Horton, have moved here from Washington, Illinois. They have found an apartment at Pleasant Hill and they are pleased to be living in the south.
Joy Horton celebrated her birthday on October 2. She had a birthday cake at church that she shared with everyone. When she arrived home, some of her family members visited and brought another birthday cake. Family members were son Matthew, Gail and Conner Horton; granddaughter Brooke Horton …
Henrietta Mason of Huntsville, a former resident of this community, called recently. She is a good friend of my daughter, Gail. She and I had a good time reminiscing about olden times of the 60’s, etc.
Violet Heath, Becky Whitaker, Caroline Cooke, Catherine Cameron, Francis Wrenn, Joyce Colkmeir and Dulcie Walls helped Kay Anderton celebrate her birthday by taking her to eat.
Dean Grayson had visitors from Vidalia, Georgia. They were Patricia and Claudette Robbins. Her husband Leon Grayson was 77 on June 19 and her grandson Blaine Grayson was 18 on June 29.
Trenton Moore has started “A School” in Groton, Connecticut. He has finished boot camp in Great Lakes and some of his family attended his graduation. Tracy Burrage, Delores and Leslie Moore and Lexie Hughes attended the ceremony.
Claysville School will be celebrating its 90th birthday on Saturday, April 27, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. They welcome all former students, administration, staff and teachers.
All golfers will be interested to know that Henryville Methodist Church will be having its 22nd annual golf tournament on Friday, April 5, at Gunter’s Landing. For more information, call 256-582-2734 or 256-582-2194.
Violet Heath and Frances Wrenn ate lunch with the Springers at Henryville United Methodist Church.
Bakers Chapel Baptist Church had a going away luncheon for Trenton Moore, who has enlisted in the U.S. Navy. He will be heading to Great Lakes Training Station in Great Lakes, Illinois.
Trenton Moore’s dad Travis is headed to the Kwajalein Islands for a temporary work assignment.
Barfield Health Care has 5 new residents: Ann Brown, Lawrence Humphrey, Billie Little, Billie Swords and Ruth Suiter.
Dulcie Walls had a visit from her niece, Bonnie Walker, who brought her some goodies to eat.
Catherine Cameron is at home waiting for a UTI to clear up so she can have another Kyphoplasty procedure.
Rodger and Joy Horton have a new great-grandson born in Washington, Illinois. His name is Jackie Horton. He is also the grandson of Matt and Gail Horton of Guntersville.
Violet Heath and Frances Wrenn at lunch with the Springers at the Pone in Scottsboro on Friday and then then went by and visited with Catherine Cameron.
Did You Know?
Nations Doctor’s Day in the United States was established to recognize their contribution to cociety and the local community. National Doctor’s Day falls on March 30th of each year and was first observed on march 30, 1983, by the Barrow Coujty Alliance in Winder, Georgia.
Violet Heath had family members visiting her on the 23rd and 24th. There was lots of people, lots of food and lots of fun. Violet spent Christmas Day at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Becky and Wayne Whitaker. They have a beautiful home on Bishop Mountain, with a gorgeous view.
Judy D. Sims has a new great-grandson. His name is Kai Alexander Bell. He was 20 inches long and weighed 8 pounds and 10 ounces. His mom and dad are Kelsey and Alex Bell. He has 2 sisters, Brylee and Addie. They plan to call him Kai.
Bud and Delores Moore, Tracy Burrage and Jacee White went on a cruise to Cozumel, Costa Maya and other places. They played their ukuleles with 20 people from 5 different states. On the last night, they played for an audience of about 500. It rained nearly every day, but they toured anyway. D…
Bakers Chapel Baptist Women had their annual Christmas luncheon at the Cracker Barrel on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Those who attended were Kay Anderton, Dulcie Walls, Frances Wrenn, Violet Heath, Carolyn Cook, Carol Martin, Rita Graham, Louis Beard, Becky Whitaker and Betty Ratchford.
Violet Heath’s great-grandson, Brendan Nessell, is back at home in Columbus, Mississippi. He has been working at his job as a lineman in North Carolina. He and another work crew are heading to Panama City, Florida, as their next assignment. He and his crew had been working at another job rep…