Buckhead News • Betty Moore
Grace Bible Church to host missionary Chris Grove Feb. 17
I send our sympathy to the Brown family in the death of Hazel Brown Hardy. She was also the sister-in-law of Hazel Jordan.
Grace Bible Church will have missionary Chris Grove to speak on February 17. Come out to hear him.
Billy Hinesley had a birthday party with all of his children and grandchildren there on Saturday. They had a great time! Then he and Donna came back to Buckhead to wrestling. They enjoyed it very much. Happy belated birthday Billy!
Tommy and Judy Lawrence visited Macon and Betty Moore Sunday afternoon.
The next wrestling will be on March 9 at the Buckhead Fire Station.
Buckhead Baptist Church Valentine Banquet will be February 16 at 5:30 p.m.
The film “Courageous” will be seen at the Buckhead Baptist Church February 17 at 6 p.m. You are invited.
John and Gail Wade went to Madison County High School Senior Night. Elise Coberly was recognized for her athletic abilities.
I misunderstood my husband to where Neta Peppers lived when she was young. She never lived in the house that was the late Natalie Wheat’s house. I’m sorry for this.
Sylvia, Jay and Hunter Moon visited Jackie Messer Sunday afternoon.
There are several birthday, Landon Dennings is Feb. 8, Wyatt Collins is Feb.14. Oliver Dennings and Janice Lankford both on Feb. 19. Happy birthday to each of you!
Some of the Buckhead ladies were telling me of the steaks that Richard Nunnally cooks. That sure makes my taste buds go wild. I understand that he will prepare the steaks for the Valentine banquet at Beacon Heights next Saturday. He also cooked for 100 for the Brotherhood. These ladies are looking forward to the Valentine banquet.
Well this week has is the day that is supposed to be the day of hearts. I looked in the dictionary to see what it said about Valentines Day. It said that a sweetheart was chosen or complimented on Saint Valentine’s Day. The day was named after Saint Valentine in the third century A.D. He was a Christian martyr of Rome. It also said that a card or note may be sent or a gift. Of course we all know what Valentine Day is! I just wanted to see what the dictionary said.
My husband always picked the nicest, prettiest cards and a large box of candy. There were years that I told him to please not get candy because I would eat it all. But when he had gotten candy it was always a large box. I remember one year when I walked through our dining room there was something shiny under the desk that caught my eye. Naturally I stopped to see what it was. When I looked I left it as it was until he was ready to give it to me. It was a large beautiful heart-shaped box of candy. To each of you I hope that you have a happy Valentines Day!
Printed in the February 14, 2013 edition