Delmar Events
Thursday, September 30, 2004
St. George’s Fall Luncheon
Fall luncheon, Saturday, Oct. 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., St. George’s United Methodist Church, near Laurel. Oyster fritters, chicken salad, vegetable soup, peas and dumplings, baked goods. Call 846-2301.

Bi-Staters Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey

Anyone who is interested in participating in the homecoming parade on Oct. 16 or in donating a car for people to ride in may call the Delmar High School at 846-9544 and ask for Faith Melvin.

Happy birthday to my son, Jody Reid, on Sept. 28 and my grandson, Jeffrey Melvin, on Sept. 30, from Sandy Davis.

Jeffrey Melvin celebrated his 7th birthday party with his family and friends with the Harry Potter scene. Afterwards, he had a sleepover with five of his friends.

Donald and Peggy Morris recently returned from a visit with their daughter Cathy, her husband Sam and their grandchildren Samantha and Shane in Naples, Italy, where they both are serving with the U.S. Navy. They all visited Rome, seeing the Vatican, the Pope, Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum and other points of interest. They also went up the Mt. Vesuvius and walked through the ruins of Pompeii. It was a great trip.
Happy birthday to Bonnie Daigle, from your favorite aunt.

We send our get-well wishes for speedy recoveries to Evelyn Conaway and Janet Jestice.

Our sympathy and prayers to the families and friends of Carolyn Louise Lathbury and Troy W. Horne Jr.

Reminder: The next craft night will be Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m., at the Delmar Library. The craft will be candy making one-on-one. You need to sign up because the class is limited. The fee is $3 and this is for materials only. You can come to the library to sign up or call 846-9893.

Happy birthday wishes to: Bobbi Ann Green on Sept. 26; Edwina Nelson Harris and Eric Niblett, Sept. 27; Sue Niblett and Connie Bradley, Sept. 28; Muff Adkins, Sept. 29; Jack Myers, Vicki Long, Michele Warren and Bobby Culver, Sept. 30; Linda Campbell, Oct. 1; the Rev. Van T. Crawford Jr., Oct 2; and Stephanie Frayne, Oct. 3.

Thought for the week: “One way to prevent conversation from being boring is to say the wrong thing.” Frank Sheed