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The Brownsville States-Graphic




Thursday, September 19, 2013

Tenth Review Clubs meets

Miss Evans to wed Mr. McKinnie

Mr. and Mrs. David Clinton Evans, Jr., of Brownsville, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna Clinton Evans, to Mr. Duncan Wiles McKinnie

of Bolivar. Mr. McKinnie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike McKinnie of Bolivar, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wright of Toone. Miss Evans is a 2009 graduate of the University School of Jackson, and a 2013 graduate of Union

University. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. David C. Evans, Sr., of Brownsville, and Mr. Ewell Shelton of Stanton. She is employed by the Haywood County Board of Education, and works as a first grade teacher. Mr. McKinnie is a 2009 graduate of Bolivar Central High School, and a 2013 cum laude graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Reams of Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaniel of Bolivar. He is employed at H & R AgriPower as a precision agriculture specialist. The couple is set to wed in a private ceremony on Saturday, October 19 at Lebanon United Methodist Church at three o’clock in the afternoon. A reception will be held at four o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Evans, 1212 Evans Road, Brownsville. All friends and family are invited to attend the reception.

After an entire summer apart, the Tenth Review Club members stormed Peggy Haynes’ home for the annual Tater Night! It is one of our most loved events! Peggy makes the ‘taters’ and the rest of us are assigned a ‘side’ to bring. After all the hugging and greetings, we got in line for the scrumptious food awaiting us on Peggy’s counters! After choosing our table where we wanted to sit and visit, we had a ball! It was as if a batch of magpies had been turned loose!! It is a gossip/catch up session

to make your heart smile! We loved it! Reluctantly, Ilene Barcroft, this year’s president, called the meeting to order. As usual, the group dragged themselves into the living room and got down to business. The group went over who was going to do each month’s program and at whose house it would be. We then paid our annual dues and any fundraising dues we were behind. After we got all those basics taken care of, we went on to drawing our Secret Pals out of the envelopes Peggy had made up for

us. She always keeps us organized! The Club decided to change their meeting day to the first Tuesday of the month. After all the business was taken care of, there was no stopping the animated conversations that then took place! Oh my gosh! You would think we hadn’t seen one another for years! Our club is such a ‘hoot’! The next meeting will be October 1, at Carol Sills’ home and Paula Edwards will be helping her. S’mores and burgers, here we come!

Mrs. Velma Stafford McGee Date of Death - September 15, 2013 Mrs. Velma Stafford McGee, 104, passed away Sunday, September 15, 2013. Funeral services were held September 18, 2013 at Roseland United Methodist Church in Aberdeen, North Carolina, officiated by the Rev. Linda Nelson. Graveside services will be 11 am Saturday, September 21, 2013 at Oakwood Cemetery in Brownsville. She is survived by her daughter: Rev. Nancy Willard (Spencer)

of Laurinburg; her grandchildren: Derrick Willard (Jenny), Beth Bockoven (Paul), Leslie English (Paul), and Jeff Gregory (Jessica); great grandchildren: Mac Willard Anna Grace Willard, Carson Bockoven, Cecilia Bockoven, Jack English, and Reid Gregory. Born March 6, 1909 in Fayette County, TN, she was a daughter of the late Marvin C. and Belle Cole Stafford. A public school teacher until her retirement in

1974, she taught primary and middle schools in Braden, Whitehaven, and Haywood County; always considering teaching as her ministry. She enjoyed cooking, reading, and family, and always found good in everything and everyone. Memorials may be made to Roseland UMC, Playground Fund, 181 Rose Ridge Rd., Aberdeen, NC 28315. Local services will be under the direction of Lea & Simmons Funeral Home.

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Mr. Steve Lynn Stanfield Date of Death - September 15, 2013

Mr. Claud Sensabaugh

in Ripley. Funeral services were held September 18, 2013 in the Lea and Simmons Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Edith United Methodist Church Cemetery in Ripley. He was preceded in death by his father: R.C. Stanfield and a sister: Janet Arwood. He is survived by his mother: Ruby Jewel Stanfield of Brownsville; two daughters: Brandy Griffin (Chris) Alamo;

Date of Death - September 16, 2013

Mr. Steve Lynn Stanfield, age 52 passed away September 15, 2013

Anniejo Lott (Joseph Madina) Brownsville; two brothers: Chris Stanfield, Ripley; Talbert Stanfield, Brownsville: brother in law: Gary Arwood, Ripley; two sisters: Janice Glass, Pelham, GA; Rita Nelson (Mark) Brownsville; seven grandchildren: Emma, Micha, Allie, Lynnzie Griffin, Steve, Conner Lott and Annalyse Madina. Memorials may be made to charity of the donor's choice.

Mr. Claud Sensabaugh, age 77, of Stanton, passed away at his residence

September 16, 2013. A memorial service will be held for Mr.

Sensabaugh at a later date.

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Mr. William James Middlebrooks Date of Death - September 15, 2013 Mr. William James "John Man" Middlebrooks, 79, died Sunday, September 15, 2013, at Crestview Health Care Center in

Brownsville. Services will be Saturday, September 21, 2013, at 11 am at Fredonia Baptist Church in Stanton. Interment will

be in Fredonia Memorial Gardens in Mason. There will be a visitation on Saturday from 10 am until time of service at Fredonia Baptist Church.

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In memory of Mr. Walter G. Hill September 17, 2005 A wonderful personality from us has gone. He has left us here to carry on. A great person he was indeed. He was always found helping those in need. Many days we have walked down life’s lane, But his voice is now hushed and he has no pain. The memory of our loved one will never fade away. We will think of him often each and every day. We love you, Wife, Ruth L. Hill Daughter, Shelia Hill Petrie Son-in-law, Phil W. Petrie, Jr. Granddaughters, Phylese Elizabeth and Sidney Shevae

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