• 68°

Luverne High School Class of 1947 enjoys luncheon

The Luverne High School 1947 classmates lunch group held their October luncheon at The Camellia House Bed & Breakfast on Thursday Oct. 14.

Everyone gathered in the living room and library area and visited before lunch. Ms. Kathy Dowdy, owner and hostess, served a delicious full course meal at 11:30 a.m.

The dinning tables were beautiful decorated with tablecloths woven of colorful fall leaves that also held centerpieces of fall arrangements.

After the meal, Ms. Kathy entertained the group by playing the piano and singing several songs. She also gave the group a special tour of the renovated Douglas Home. This was a special treat for some of the classmates who had not had a chance to visit The Camellia House since it was purchased by Tim and Cathy Dowdy.

Classmates in attendance included, Adine Moseley, Sara Kirkland, Wilma Cook, Marion Ballard, Susan Borom, Ramona Barrow, Margaret Petrey, Margaret Nichols, Mattie Pearl Sport, Florence Jeffcoat, Louise Morgan and Edna Norsworthy.

The Nov. 11 luncheon will be a Thanksgiving covered dish held in the Meadowcrest Community room.

n

n

n

Mrs. Etta Lou King invited all her friends and family to join her in a birthday celebration brunch being held in honor of her birthday.

This special celebration will be held from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Luverne Multi-Purpose Center.

No gifts please.

n

n

n

The

&uot;Young at Heart&uot; group from Luverne Methodist Church met for its second Tuesday supper on Oct. 12.

The tables were decorated in fall arrangements. After a bountiful meal was served, those in attendance enjoyed just being together in good old conversation and fellowship before being dismissed.

n

n

n

Rev. Jim Tate will be guest speaker at South Luverne Baptist Church on Sunday Oct. 24, for the morning and evening worship services.

n

n

n

A Gospel singing will be held at South Luverne Baptist Church at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31.

The singing will feature &uot;The Larch Family&uot; from Wetumpka. Everyone is invited to attend.

n

n

n

A new membership class is being offered at 630 p.m. every Thursday night at South Luverne Baptist Church, led by Morris and Ann Tate.

Also, a Bible study, &uot;Jesus, the Only One,&uot; by Beth Moore is held at 4 p.m. each Sunday.

n

n

n

The annual Alabama Crenshaw Baptist Association will be held today beginning at 2 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

Pastor Mike Green of South Luverne Baptist Church will be preaching the doctrinal message at 5 p.m.

n

n

n

As a fundraiser for the 2004 Crenshaw County Heart Walk, the South Luverne Baptist team is planning a musical.

This special event will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30. The performers will be comprised of SLBC talent. This is one concert you will not want to miss!

These performers will use their talent as many famous entertainers. Fun! Fun! Fun!

More information will be announced next week. Please mark your calendars now to be there.

Why drive to Branson or Nashville, when we have such great talent right here at home.

n

n

n

This Week: An unloving and critical spirit is clear evidence that there is something wrong inside. One learns that giving others a mental lift by showing appreciation and praise is the best way to lift one’s own spirits.