Buckhead residents tavel south for visits, celebrations
Iâ€™m sorry about not having news last week. We had an early morning appointment and when we returned I was too tired to write. I still have news from then.
John and Gail Wade went to Montezuma to see Martha Aenchbacher, who is Johnâ€™s sister.
Frieda and Christie White spent a few days in Savannah.
Grayson, Charles and â€œSnipâ€� White went to Jacksonville to the 90th birthday celebration of Megnan Davis. She is the widow of Roy Davis. There was a good crowd there including the children and grandchildren of the late Roy Davis. Also in attendance was Helen Jordan Turner whose daddy was Mercer Jordan. They used to live in Buckhead. Helenâ€™s mother was Mrs. Grace Davis Whiteâ€™s sister.
I was happy to see the picture of the cute children, Victoria Ruthie Hinesley that had her feet cut off. Her great-grandmother and granddaddy live in Buckhead. It is my prayer that she can soon be up and about with whatever fittings that she needs to be able to live a good life. Iâ€™m so sorry about it. Iâ€™m told that she can really sing.
AWANA starts at the Buckhead Baptist Church on August 29 at 6:30 p.m.
John and Gail Wade had their grandchildren for a few days before school started.
Jenny and Jamie Winters are spending a few days with Rassey and Edna Smith. They are from Gatlinburg. Jenny went with her mama to homecoming at the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
The Swords United Methodist Church people report a good service on Sunday.
Chuck and Miriam Foster carried Jacob Johnston home by way of Memphis to see the Turner Fosters. They met Jacobâ€™s mother in Shreveport at a music conference. Iâ€™m sure that most probably that Jacob is in school now, as are his friends here. He had a good summer.
Wingfred Holick form Phoenix, Arizona is visiting Chuck and Miriam Foster. She went with them to homecoming at the Beacon Heights Baptist Church on Sunday.
George and Laura Lohr are home after spending some weeks in Colorado. Their daughter Elizabeth Thomason and two children are here from Colorado visiting them.
Chuck and Miriam Foster had lunch on Monday for Barbara Tyson, George and Laura Lohr and Elizabeth Thomason and children. They all got to see their cousin Winfred Holick.
I saw Rhonda Alexander and she said that her daughter Briana Weatherholtz was leaving soon for school at Mercer.
Jo Ann Roberts spent the day with her aunt and uncle at Decatur one day last week.
The last Sunday night in August at the regular night service will be a â€œhome churchâ€� singing at the Lake Oconee Baptist Chapel. Anyone that wants can get up and sing. Come on if you would like.
Jerry Bishop preached at the Lake Oconee Baptist Chapel on Sunday. They sang â€œHoly Ground,â€� and it was reported to be beautiful.
I was told that Carmen Alexanderâ€™s dad was to go to a nursing home this week. Pam Alexanderâ€™s mom has not been well at all. Iâ€™m so sorry.
The Grace Bible Church youth took part in services at Center Pointe Church.
Itâ€™s reported that Bobby Crisp is able to go back to work after an accident several weeks ago.
For your news, Iâ€™m at 706-342-0266.