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September 25, 2013.
East Burke’s Larry Clark nearly got the best of East Rutherford on 98 yards rushing, two touchdowns and collecting an interception on defense. However, it was East Rutherford who won the battle of the turnovers (EB 6 and ER 3) as East Rutherford (2-2, 2-0) won their second game in a row, 35-28.
Although, it wasn’t the best played game from the Cavaliers of Rutherford County, they were without the services of quarterback Austin Hollifield and receiver Travis Waldroup-Rodriguez.
On Saturday, September 21st, Henson Building Materials celebrated their Customer Appreciation Day for their loyal customers who have been coming to Henson’s for years...some have been customers for over 40 years. Hundreds of people, a lot of familiar faces, and some new faces, were treated to a BBQ lunch provided by Cox Industries, Henson’s treated wood supplier.
This week I’m taking “That We May Live” cookbook off my shelf. It is the offerings of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Forest City. Now that we have welcomed the Fall Season and with the holidays coming up, I have a taste for pie! There is nothing as good as a homemade pie. So into the kitchen I go in a pie making mode.
Pecan Pie • Pineapple Coconut Pie • Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie
Children’s Home Society of NC Announces Super Bowl Raffle
Inaugural Tommy Hicks Golf Tournament Winners
Golf Tournament To Fight Muscular Dystrophy a Huge Success
Dr. Joey Faucette
Where do you stand?
Some years ago, jazz musician Harry Connick, Jr. wowed crowds during his concert tour by sending his entire band—except his drummer—off-stage during a really upbeat number. The drummer kept the beat going while Connick went from instrument to instrument and wowed the crowd some more. That’s right, Connick not only could play, but play with excellence every single instrument.
Connick again wowed the crowds some years later, but in a different way this time. When it came to the point in the concert where he previously played all the instruments, this time he enthusiastically shouted out the names—one by one—of his band members and let them have at it. And he—get this now—stepped off-stage out of the bright lights and cheered each one on. He took a step back into the shadows and clapped for the team.
Do you try to play all the instruments at work, or at home, wanting all the glory and to be a one-person band? Or, do you step back and applaud the team? Be humble as you Live Positive today.
Bobby Thomas Goode, 79, of College Farm Road, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013.
Dorothy Sue Conner Elliott, age 54, of Forest City, NC, passed away Sunday, September 15, 2013.
Gail Louise Talley, 70, of Rutherfordton, passed away on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at her residences.
Grace Edgerton age 89 of Rutherfordton passed away on September 18th 2013.
Guedio Max Simpson, 56, of Rutherfordton, passed away Tuesday, September 17, 2013.
Hazel C. Biddy, age 84, of Caroleen, NC, passed away Monday, September 16, 2013.
James West, 84, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
John “Sam” Samborski, 73, of Lake Lure passed away on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
Margaret Lillian Peace Hauck, age 90, of Ellenboro, NC, passed away Monday, September 16.
Mr. Jeffrey Morris Cline age 34, passed away Friday September 20, 2013.
Mr. Robert Frank Andersen age 75 of Burl Bridges Road passed away Friday September 20, 2013.
Roger Dean Newton, age 61, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away Sunday, September 15, 2013.
My hunting vehicle is a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder. For the past 3 or 4 years I have been thinking how that anytime, it is going to bite the dust. I am the second owner. Its first owner totaled it in a wreck years ago and I bought it from the insurance company. It was salvageable so it became my son’s first vehicle. Many of the cosmetic parts that should have been replaced were simply beaten back into submission. We only fixed or replaced that which was absolutely necessary for it to run safely. After a few years of good service, my son moved into a car (not literally, but I thought about it sometimes) and I made the Pathfinder a full-time hunting and fishing vehicle. Since that time it has eaten 2 transmissions and was “retotaled” when a deer ran in front of it.
Long Branch Road Baptist Church
BBQ Cook Off Sat. Oct. 26, 7am. Get your team of 4 together & signup for this friendly competition. The church will provide space & meat (ribs & Boston Butts). Teams will supply cooking unit, fuel, ingredients, utensils, tables, chairs, tents. Info: 828-429-0609 or 828-429-4479. 621 Long Branch Rd., Forest City.
Bill’s Creek Baptist Church
Golf Tournament Sat. Oct. 26, 9am at Apple Valley Golf Course, Lake Lure. Space limited, have your entry in no later than 10/11. For entry/info, contact Rev. Terrell Dillingham 828-625-4956. Benefits Guatemala & home mission work in cooperation with Hearts For Heaven, INC.
Redemption Faith Center
Weekly Intercessory Prayer Wednesdays, 7pm. 1070 74-A Spindale. 828-245-6296.
Church of Christ
FREE Bible Study Course by mail. Leave name, address & number. 115 Clay St., Forest City. 828-245-2720.
Trinity Lutheran Church
Christian talk radio: www.issuesetc.org Archived Bible studies & topics: www.trinitylutherantryon.org Pastor Olson 828-817-5506 or email: email@example.com
Chase Corner Ministries
Store Wide 1/2 Price Sale Sept. 23-27: Quarter Sale – Most items in the store sold for 25¢ Sept. 30-Oct. 3: Declining Bag Sale – Pay one low price for everything you can fit in our bag (Mon. $5/bag, Tues. $4/bag, Wed. $3/bag, and Thurs. $1 for any size bag!) October 4 we will be closed in order to put out fall and winter items. Some exclusions and limitations apply.
Bill’s Creek VFD Community Auxiliary
Yard Sale Sat. Oct. 5, 7am until. Furniture & Household items. Serving breakfast. Lunch 10am. Info 929-625-5517.
Star Wars Ready Day
Sat. Oct. 5 at Burke County Library; 204 S King St., Morganton. Activities for all ages: Costume Contest, Steampunk Jewelry, T-Shirt Stenciling, Kids Games & Activities, Star Wars Snacks, Jedi Library, Art & Movie Replica Exhibits & Prize Drawings. Special Guests include: Timmy Mac’s Comics & Collectibles, Bradd Parton - Sketch Artist, Jessica Thomas- Special Effects Makeup, Joey Belanger- DJ, Mike Logan- Martial Artist/Jedi Training, and Costumers from the 501st Legion.
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