“Don’t waste your time on someone who is not willing to waste their time on you!”
Those were my parting words from last week’s column and they were omitted. This week, I thought that I would begin and end my column with some words to the wise.
Here is more good advice for my friends! Call these folks and wish them a very happy birthday this week!
June 6-Noah Ware, Jeff Doyle, Courtney Henson, Beth Meehan, Timmons Fleming, Ryan Turner and Cliff Hayes. June 7-Kyrus Clark, Dan Davis and Paul Whitman. June 8-Brittany Roper, Heather Crowson, Kandi Anthony, Sybile Hughes, Crystal Whitley, Leah Owen, Jordan Crowson and Gary Byars. June 9-Brayden Walker, Katlin Hall and Linda Harris. June 10-Connie Bennett, Clarence Duckworth, Alexis Miles and Tony Jarrell. June 11-Allen Turner, Lisa Valdez, Dean Bryant, Joey Waggoner and Brenda Ju-nior. June 12-Blake Nolen, Johnny Bible, Justin Grubbs, Taylor Sanders, Shasta Crowson and Jerry Smith.
June is definitely the merry month of marriage! So many couples chose this time of the year to tie the knot! Congratulations.
June 7-Al and Janet Grizzard. June 8-Terry and Shirley Elkins…Leslie and Darren Clark…Davis and Debra Draper…Joey and Holly Wagoner. June 10-Tony and Delaine Prichard…Ernest and Linda Charles. June 11-Clarence and Caron Duckworth…Ronny and June Williams. June 12-Jimmy and Sue Pentecost.
Sherry Riddle Brown, Glenn Shortt, Mildred Hollis, Malene Bowen, Doug Taylor, Charles Laminack, L.V. Yates, Jean Yates, Glenn Berry, James-Riley Kent, Louie Carlton, Sarah Williamson, Sara Noland, Terry Benefield, Ken Sanders, Martha Holley, Rider Bearden, Gearld Brown, Jackie Stovall, Dorothy Cook, Merrill Hayes, Rhonda O’Harrow and Earnest Roach.
Time Flies CCHS Class of 1998
It was hard for me to believe, but Lisa Bowman Smith and Jay Grubbs tell me that they have been out of high school for FIFTEEN years. That is why they are now planning a grand reunion to celebrate that fact. If you were in the Cleburne County High School class of 1998 and want more information about the reunion, use the following email address: email@example.com to keep you up to date on this event.
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Here are a few questions to exercise your brain muscles! Answers will appear in next week’s column.
1. Who is known as the “Father of Frozen Foods”?
2. What former New York City mayor has an airport named for him in the same city?
3. (local) Where was the Hunnicutt home once located?
Until next week…remember…There are no short cuts to anywhere worth going.