Thursday, June 15, 2006
I didn’t know Pam’s Uncle Max well. After Monday, I regret it.
We attended the funeral of Robert “Max” Hefley Monday in Blytheville, Ark. The service was a wonderful tribute to a fine man. It was uplifting, yet it brought tears to my eyes.
Close to Nowhere
Isn’t summer vacation time? Even our Scottish writer Mark Entwhistle and his wife are on vacation (in Spain no less).
With our granddaughter’s schedule, we may not have time for anything but chauffeuring her around for the next few months.
A significant date in Holly Springs history
Last Friday marked a significant date on the calendar of Holly Springs’ history, for it was the day Graham Miller turned the key for the last time in his store at the corner of Memphis Street and Van Dorn. As he wanted it, there was little ceremony. He sold his inventory down to the last pair of shoes, and now he has retired.
On ‘holiday’ in Spain -- Madrid and Extremadura
By the time you read this, my wife and I should have enjoyed a whole week of sun and relaxation in the Spanish capital, Madrid, and further south in the region of Extremadura.
Letters to the Editor
Well, Mr. Dixon signed the contract with RES. The article in the The South Reporter didn’t say what RES was going to charge us in the future years. What are the rates? Is that something the supervisors don’t want to tell us?
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