The light of God’s love, as reflected in Eupora’s Cross of Christ, became even more noticeable in recent days, as floodlights began illuminating the cross to the many nighttime travelers along the U.S. Highway 82 corridor. The lighting of the cross was one of the remaining steps to complete the cross’ footprint adjacent to Highway 82.
Good morning everyone. It has truly been some hot days, but they sure have been beautiful.
We had a great Sunday school on the life of Job. Even though he faced such tragedy, Job never blamed God – he continued to keep his integrity.
On a beautiful Wednesday morning, Aug. 28, children arrived at Webster County Library eager to play, sing and listen to a story.
Ms. Anita led them in singing, “6 Little Ducks” and “Little Ducky Duddle.” The children enjoyed several activities, “ 5 Little Ducks,” with puppets and they waddled like ducks in a circle.
Pastor Dickie Bryan from The Mission (Men’s Homeless Shelter in West Point, MS) was the Louisville Rotary speaker on August 28. He gave a very interesting program on his mission and its history. His wife, Mary, accompanied him. Rotarian Julie Cunningham arranged the program.
The Mt. Olive Annual Reunion was held Saturday, August 31, 2019, with over 150 guests present. The Mt. Olive Church of God in Christ and community have gathered for a fun filled celebration for over 30 years on Labor Day weekend. It was started by Major ‘Jewel’ McDonald who will celebrate 104 years of age on November 1, 2019.
The Pilot Club of Louisville helped sponsor the Anchor Club of Winston County Ice Cream Social. The Ice Cream Social was to inform and recruit new Anchor Club members for the upcoming year.
Pictured are Laura Brown, Alice Wooten, Maddie Edwards, Gail Massey and Kathy Sinclair.
The August meeting of the local Nanih Waiya DAR Chapter was held on August 22 at Market Cafe. Guest speaker David Teske spoke to the group on the topic "Star Gazing in the Summertime!". Two new members, Linda White and Beverly Ballard, were scorn in by Deanie Graves.
submitted by Gwynn Hall
Louisville High School’s Class of 1959 enjoyed our now yearly visit Saturday, June 8, 2019, commemorating the passing of 60 years since high school graduation. Jean Sanders shared some of Pat Wicker’s thoughts from the LHS Review, our school Newspaper! A few days before our May graduation, Pat remarked on typical high school happenings and a