December 24, 2009 RSS feed / Lifestyle

Mr. and Mrs. King celebrate 50 years of marriage Dec. 23

Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo King of Gosport celebrated 50 years of marriage Wednesday, Dec. 23. The couple has six children, 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A dinner will be given in their honor on Saturday, Dec. 26, 2009 at 2 p.m. More...

Grove Hill United Methodist kids’ program

The Grove Hill United Methodist Church presented its children program Sunday morning. More...

Baugh-Whitfield to marry in Pine Hill

Tina Baugh and Craig Whitfield, together with their parents, are pleased to announce their wedding date of January 9, 2010. The wedding ceremony will be solemnized at 4 o’clock in the afternoon at Pine Hill Baptist Church. More...

‘Big Ten’ Christmas group contributes toys

The “BIG TEN” Christmas party was held last week at Lake Joe-Joe. This year their philanthropy was helping Santa Claus with lots of gifts for boys and girls. More...

Debutante cotillion will be Saturday at T’ville Civic Ctr.

Tri-county Pearls, an Interest Group of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will hold its Inaugural Debutante Cotillion Saturday, Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Thomasville Civic Center. Ten young ladies will be presented to the society. More...

Household Tips

• “If you have a noisy bed after you purchased a new mattress and box springs (it never was noisy before), it might be your bed rails. Cover them with carpet. We nailed ours on all over, which was easy, and the noise stopped. More...

Gardening With Dora

Bulb garden makes a great gift

One gardening gift that I like to give for Christmas is a Lasagna Bulb Garden. More...

Hare-Lisenbe wed at Magnolia Manor

Julie Loraine Lisenbe, of Pine Hill and Zachary Creighton Hare of Grove Hill were united in the covenant of marriage on August, 22, 2009 at five o’clock in the evening on the lawn of the beautiful antebellum Magnolia Manor on Springhill Avenue More...

Penny post cards cost more!

Q: I have a turn-of-thecentury postcard that has a 2-cent stamp on it. I thought that postage was only 1 cent until rates were raised in 1952. Is this just simply a case of putting extra postage on the card? — Steve, Montrose, Colo. More...

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