Couple to wed at Cedar Fork church

Ganita Marstiller of Suggsville and Scott Pham of Alma announce their engagement and forthcoming wedding Sunday, March 19, 2006 at 3 p.m. at the Cedar Fork Baptist Church in Suggsville. The bride-elect is the daughter of Betty J. Dennis of Suggsville and Auther O. Marstiller of St. Petersburg, Fla. The prospective groom is the son of Joy Rankins and Pervis […]

K-4 registration continues

We are excited to once again offer 4-year-old Kindergarten for our community. Grove Hill Elementary School proposes to implement a warm and nurturing pre-school that will provide curriculum and instruction that facilitates readiness and targets the developmental needs of the young child. More importantly, however our preschool program will foster a learning environment that encourages higher order and critical thinking […]

Southern Art Bazaar a big success

“I didn’t know people in Clarke County could do this,” was one of many comments made about artists exhibiting their work at the Southern Arts Bazaar, held at the Grove Hill Armory Friday evening and Saturday. About 200 people attended the opening Friday evening. There were 32 exhibits, featuring various art, including painting, charcoal sketches, jewelry, china painting, handmade African […]

Cozy Quilters to meet at nutrition center

The Cozy Quilters Club meets every first and third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Nutrition Center. Members that have quilted help teach others. Everyone shares books, patterns and knowledge. Area quilt shows are attented when possible. Various charity projects are implemented with much enthusiasm. Small monthly dues help finance the club’s agenda. For more information call […]

Always looking for another place to plant something

Gardening With Dora

Often this time of year I schlep around in my yard looking for one more sunny spot where I can plant another ornamental grass. I know that even a good thing can be overdone, but ornamental grasses are such a good thing that I think that maybe a little excess can be forgiven. Like most beach hotels in Florida, I […]

Happy 1st Birthday Maura Hawkins

March15, 2006 Love, Aunt Veda

Luker-Loftin set May 6 date

Mr. and Mrs. James Luker of Cullman announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Kay Luker to Brian “Mitchell” Loftin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loftin of Thomasville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Frank and Iris Luker of Jones Chapel and Hiram and Deloris Chaney Jr. of West Point. The prospective groom is […]

Hudson-Williams to say vows April 8

Mr. and Mrs. Kelly F. Sullivan of St. Stephens and the late George Daryl Hudson announce the engagement of their daughter, Callie Rae Hudson, to David Isaac (Ike) Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Skeeter Phillips of Jackson and Ray Williams of Hatchechubee, Ala. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hudson of Salitpa and Mrs. […]

Simple salute a testimonial of lady’s great faith

Editor's Notes

She grew frail in her last years and was bent and stooped, but she didn’t stop going to church until she simply couldn’t put one foot ahead of the other. Mrs. Alice Marie Deas died last Wednesday. She was 90. Her funeral was held at the Coffeeville United Methodist Church where she had been a faithful member for probably close […]

What Others Say Legislation would protect rights of renters, landlords

If the state Senate agrees – and it should – Alabama may finally get regulations that will give renters more rights and protect landlords. The House unanimously approved a reasonable compromise bill that would end a decade of efforts by advocates to force landlords to provide livable dwellings and otherwise to protect the rights and property of often low-income renters. […]