Thursday, October 26, 2005
Special day for special couple
Often the people behind the scenes go unnoticed.
Saturday in Fulton, a couple of very special people were in the spotlight, and very deservingly.
Close to Nowhere
It’s all fun and games...
• “It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt.” How many times has your mother said that to you?
“Don’t run with scissors” is a good one also. My mother said that a lot too.
Cell phones make you believe in ...
Sometimes as a minister I am asked if I believe in evolution, to which I reply, “I most certainly do. Why I’ve seen it!” I think about this every time I go out in my car. Here in the other lane comes a visible mutation of the human species, the presence of a genetically-attached cell phone in the other driver’s right hand, as they turn perilously close to my front fender, driving in full yak mode.
Borders Wing Chun celebrates 10 years
When martial arts movie legend, Bruce Lee, first exploded kicking, punching and yelling onto western movie screens more than three decades ago, a generation was transfixed by his skill and prowess and I was one of them.
Letter to the Editor
Column brings back
Rev. Dr. Milton Winter’s column of October 12, included interesting facts about my grandfather, Dr. George L. Bitzer, minister of the Presbyterian church here. To bring this up to the present, my daughter has been called “Kathy” and “Bitzi” as nicknames for Katherine Bitzer Tate. She was “Kathy” until she was in the fourth grade in Tupelo. The three young ladies on Magnolia Drive were Beverly Stewart, Betsy Quin and Becky Tate. They were in the carpool to school. Kathy said she wanted to have a “B” name; she began answering to “Bitzi” and said she was no longer “Kathy.” This stuck until a few years ago, when she decided she’d go by “Katherine” and now I have a sister-in-law named “Katherine.”
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