Estelle King of Patsburg celebrates her 92nd birthday
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, February 14, 2007
A birthday celebration was given in honor of Estelle King of Patsburg by her children on February 1, 2007, at the Luverne Multi-Purpose Center for her 92nd birthday.
The celebration began at 11 a.m. when her son, Wiley King, welcomed everyone and introduced the family members.
Family members present were Wiley and wife, Edith, a daughter, George and Eloise Savoy, all of Enterprise, Ala.
Also, another daughter, Mary Ann Mayfield, of Carthage, Texas, attended.
Sending love and best wishes were Jerry and Shirley King of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Helping celebrate were nephew and wife, Richard and Roslyn Brown of Luverne.
Wiley and Mary Ann sang several of Estelle's favorite songs and invited the guests to join them.
Edith accompanied them on the piano.
Wiley also led everyone in several songs.
He is the minister of music at his church in Enterprise and delighted everyone with his talented voice.
The family expressed their appreciation to Mrs. Bruniece Thomas, director of the center, and the senior members at the center for allowing them to host this special event for their mother with her friends at the center.
A large, beautiful, fresh floral arrangement was placed in the center of the honoree's table flanked with crystal candleholders with pink candles and ribbons.
Another table held a decorated basket in pastel colors and cheesecakes that were served to all by the family members.
Estelle smiled throughout her party and especially when everyone sang “Happy Birthday” to her.
After the celebration at the center, the family enjoyed a birthday lunch, coffee and dessert at Estelle's home.
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The 1947 graduating class of Brantley High School are now making plans to host a class reunion.
All class members are encouraged to get in touch as soon as possible with LaRue Kelso (334) 527-8824, Margie Nell Bailey (334) 527-8872, or Evelyn Watson (334) 382-2229.
They have met and want all classmates to respond with addresses and phone numbers.
Also, if anyone knows the phone numbers or addresses of any 1947 classmate, please contact the committee listed.
For more information, you may write to LaRue Kelsoe, 460 Kelsoe Road, Brantley, AL, 36009.
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The Harlan Burton Concert held at New Ebenezer Baptist Church on Saturday night, February 3rd, was deemed to be very successful.
Pastor William Leverette and church members made everyone feel so welcome.
There were many churches represented.
The ladies of the church outdid themselves on great refreshments served during fellowship time.
The local talent who performed also blessed everyone.
Harlan is a gifted gospel songwriter and singer from Dadeville, Ala., and he is open for bookings.
Plans are being made for him to be in the Luverne area soon.
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Camp stew lovers will want to be at the Luverne Shrine Building early this Saturday morning.
The South Luverne Baptist Church “Relay for Life Team” will start selling camp stew at 8:30 a.m. at $6.00 per quart on a first-come, first-served basis.
The group is cooking several pots of stew.
Plan to be there to help support the fight against cancer.
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South Luverne Baptist Relay for Life Team, “Expect Wonders,” will be hosting Wednesday night suppers for $5.00 each.
Please join them at 6:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the church for a good meal.
At the same time, you will be supporting this great cause and worthwhile benefit.
If you want a take-out plate, you must be there early because advanced orders are not being taken.
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February's Women of Faith meeting at Repairers of the Breach Church will be held on Saturday, February 17th at 2:00 p.m.
All ladies are invited to come and bring a friend with them.
There will be singing, dancing and praising God.
For more information, please call Ruth Horn (334) 335-6960.
This Week . . . February is a month designated for Healthy Heart Awareness for Women.
“Go Red for Women” is the theme for the month.
All women are encouraged to wear red this month.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women.
Twice as many women die of heart problems than cancer.