Thursday, June 14, 2007
Community spirit, unity
Cancer has basically touched us all.
No doubt we’ve all lost friends or loved ones to the terrible disease, have acquaintances who have fought it successfully, or we know of those who are suffering from it at this time and perhaps taking treatments.
St. Louie trip
There’s not much sadder than coming home from a delightful, too short, vacation.
We took a “girl” trip last week — my daughter and my granddaughters and I went first to my sister’s house in Aniston, Mo. and from there on to sister Rahe’s house in Cape Gireaudau and then on to St. Louis to meet Rahe’s two daughters and two granddaughters.
Letters to the Editor
Uncle Hayward Callicutt lived in Tutwiler and was a Mississippi Delta farmer all of his life.
Having no children, when he lost his wife in 2005, he moved to Christopher’s Personal Care Home in Holly Springs to be near his relatives.
He went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, June 5, 2007, at the age of 94.
We would like to publicly thank the staff and residents of Christopher’s for helping to make his last years happy ones. Not only did the staff take care of his physical needs, but they loved him and filled his days with much happiness.
Getting older, as they say, is not for sissies. However, Holly Springs is blessed to have such a wonderful place as Christopher’s. It is like one big family, with everyone loving and caring for each other.
Thank you all for being so supportive and kind to Uncle Hayward and making him feel a part of your family. We appreciate you and all you did for our special uncle.
Wayburn and Jane Callicutt
Thanks for support:
I would like to thank everyone for their support of the recent fund-raiser and raffle for me and my family held Memorial Day at the VFW Post 5697 in Holly Springs.
I would like to thank all individuals, businesses, and friends for their support. A special thanks to the VFW Post 5697, Ladies Auxiliary, The Service Station, Holly Springs Police Department, Crime Stoppers, Mt. Pleasant-Early Grove-Slayden Volunteer Fire Department and the Marshall County Humane Society.
Wayne (J.W.) and Nancy Halley
Thanks to newspaper:
Everyone who uses any of the three Marshall County libraries and every member of the “Friends of the Library” is indebted to The South Reporter for your continued generosity with articles for our annual fund-raiser event.
Your ongoing interest in the whole community is reflected by your support and is a determining factor in our success.
Thank you so much.
(662) 252-4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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