October 17, 2013
Beware! The scammers are on the prowl. I’ve gotten several calls. I understand these are being sent out from Jamaica. I won $250,000, plus a Mercedes, plus other monies. The bite! Oh yeah there is definitely a bite. Send him $500, then I would get my money back. I got the dude’s name, if he gave the correct one, phone numbers, which I am going to include. So if you get one, believe me, don’t answer they will drive you nuts. The numbers are 876-545-5695, 876-570-0380 and 573-280-8775, so screen your calls. The police have the information and through this I found out the telephone company can help with this, which I am grateful. Let us do everything we can to get this stopped.
Dianne Porter spent seven days in the local hospital, is back home and doing much better, we hope.
Stanley and Elaine wanted to get a short break and had decided to go to a park. Well you know that was not allowed, so they just picked a place they had never really gone to, which was E-town and lo and behold a new mall. At least they saw different stuff.
Judy and Lannie Jernigan, David and Stacey Jernigan and girls Kaitlyn, Madison and Cassidy, Kim and Johnny Richardson and Grace are at home after a cruise. The ship was named “Disney Dream” and was 14 stories high. They also saw the Bahamas and had different shows on the trip. They all had a good time, but are glad to be back home. They boarded the ship on Sunday and arrived back to shore on Thursday and then on home. They are tired, but it was an enjoyable trip.
Visiting awhile Tuesday with Sue and James Fuller were granddaughter Maranda Connally and new great-grandson, Able. he is already growing. It was good to see them.
Our sympathy to former pastor Bro. Kenny Cummins, his mom, Mrs. Maggie and his sisters Connie and Cathy in the death of their dear loved one, their dad and Mrs. Maggie’s husband. I knew their anniversary was the same as ours May 8th and they had been married 62 years. The arrangements for Julius “Junior” Cummins were conducted this week on Tuesday at Morgan Funeral Home in Princeton.
Dr. Lynwood Montell, retired professor of WKU was here Wednesday, so here we go. We ended up in Kirksmanville. had not been there in years. It was a beautiful day and was much enjoyed.
Have a good week and see ya!