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Thursday, June 3, 2010
Lovell Lovelace Engagement
Martha Elizabeth Lovell of Brownsville will become the bride of Kevin Dempsey Lovelace of Brownsville, June 26, 2010 at 6PM at Brownsville Baptist Church with a reception following at the Brownsville Country Club. Lovell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lovell of Brownsville. Her grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lovell of Brownsville, the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harwell and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Blackwell of Brownsville. Lovelace’s parents are the late Dempsey Lovelace and Ms. Rhonda Sullivan of Brownsville. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Crowder Chapman of Brownsville and the late Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lovelace of Brownsville. Lovell is a graduate of Haywood High School where she was a Distinguished Honors graduate and a graduate of Union University with
a bachelor’s degree in Learning Foundations K-6 and minor in Music. Lovell traveled with the Union University Singers. She is a ﬁrst grade teacher with Haywood
County Schools. Lovelace attended Haywood County schools and is employed by L and R Farms Partnership. All relatives and friends are invited to attend.
Harwell 60th anniversary Wiley and Bonnie Harwell will be honored at a 60th wedding anniversary celebration given by their children Sunday, June 6 from 2-4 PM in the Brownsville Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Mr. Harwell married the former Bonnie Poindexter in Corinth, MS June 3, 1950. They are the parents of Joe Harwell, Jerry Harwell and Mark Harwell. The couple’s grandchildren are Natalie Lane, Joseph Harwell, Dan Harwell and Ashley Harwell. Matthew and Ella Harwell are the couple’s great grandchildren. Wiley retired from the timber industry with 60 years experience and Bonnie retired as manager of Anderson’s Campus Café after 30 years of service. All family and friends are invited to come and share in making this day a memorable event. No gifts, please.
Golden Beauty Review Winners
Crestview Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center congratulates Golden Beauty Review Winners, Mary Perry 2nd place and Jerome Trigg 1st place. The beauty review was held at Jackson Meadows in Jackson Monday, May 24.
Genealogy Genie All genealogists and family history buffs depend on the U.S. Census from many years ago. The census started in 1790 and continues to this day. The 2010 Census is taking place at this time and just as your ancestors did, you may need to answer questions from an Enumerator who will visit your home. You may want to require they show you proper identiﬁcation. However I’m hearing more and more that some citizens around here are receiving phone calls. DO NOT GIVE THE CALLER ANY INFO! These are scams! As stated by Richard Eastman “The U.S. Census counts every resident in the United States, and is required by the Constitution to take place every 10 years. In fact, the census is not conducted for the convenience of genealogists, although some of us may need to be reminded of that fact. Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States requires a periodic census in order to determine the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives and for no other reason: The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the ﬁrst meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent term of 10 years, in such manner as they shall by Law direct. Many other uses for census records have appeared since the Constitution was ratiﬁed in 1789, including determining how to distribute more than $400 billion in federal funds each year for things like: hospitals, job training centers, schools, senior centers, bridges, tunnels and other-public works projects, plus emergency services. The 2010 Census will be shorter than past years, just 10 questions long…The 2010 Census form requires less personal information than a typical credit card application. For example, the 2010 Census does NOT ask about bank account information, salary or income, citizenship or immigration status, and also does not ask you for your Social Security number… The data provided by the census is not allowed to be released to the IRS or to any government entity
by law. Census data is not released until 72 years after it is taken, at which time genealogists will gain access to the data. Census data are also used for regional planning, economic information and the allocation of federal tax dollars. Such information is released within months or a few years, as it contains no personal information about citizens.” The quote above was taken from Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter, reprinted here with his permission. Photo is that of Ernest S. Taylor, 1940 U.S. Air Force, WW II, in honor of Memorial Day.
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Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons By Janet Tharpe
Cheese Adds Loads of Flavor to Green Bean Casserole “My family loves the extra ‘umph’ the added mushrooms and cheese provide!”
y tastebuds are jumping with delight thanks to this mouthwatering cheesecovered recipe from Jennifer DeShazo. As an admitted cheese addict, I’m always looking for ways to feed my cheesy habit and add more of the good stuff to my dishes. Jennifer’s Cheezy Green Bean Casserole sure does the trick! Delicious even without the cheese, the gooey layers of mozzarella really rachet it up several notches in my book. In fact, after years of eating traditional green bean casseroles at family gatherings, my husband has proclaimed this to be the best version he’s ever tasted. Wow! This one’s definitely destined for a regular spot on my weekly meal planner! See step-by-step photos of Jennifer DeShazo’s recipe and thousands of recipes from other hometown Americans at:
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Cheezy Green Bean Casserole
What You Need
4 cans green beans, drained 2 cans cream of mushroom soup 2 small cans French fried onions 4 c mozzarella cheese 1 1/2 c mushrooms, washed and chopped 1/3 c milk, 2%
soup and milk; mix well. • Fold in 2 cups of the cheese and 1 can of fried onions. • Pour into a 13x9 glass casserole dish; cover with aluminum foil and bake for 30 minutes. • Remove foil and cover top with remaining cheese and 2nd can Directions of fried onions; bake uncovered for an • Preheat oven to 350 additional 15 minutes or degrees. In a mixing bowl, until golden brown and add green beans, fresh bubbly. mushrooms, both cans of Submitted by: Jennifer DeShazo, Rossville, TN
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