Dec. 14 South Hardin News

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By The Staff

South Hardin

Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

I am still waiting on snow. The rain was needed, but it made everything seem so cold and dreary. Snow, on the other hand, makes everything look fresh and clean. Everyone knows that snow is fun to play in too. Although it is cold and can make the roads impassable, I still think the fun factor makes all the difference. I guess I am saying, it’s time for a white Christmas. This is the last week for the Hardin County School students before Christmas break. They are counting down the days. BIRTHDAYS. Happy birthday wishes go to Betty Simpson, Mary Hamm, Raymond Roberts, Abbey Sorrells, Mary Fritz, Pam Leasor, Autumn Philpott, Benjamin Webb, Coy Gibson, Gary Coffee, Meghan McGuffin, Dylan Beger, Kay Milton, Pam Hash, Linda Wade, Mary Ann Ball, Joe Oliver, Penny Cordle, Alex Todd, Amanda Kitterman, Becky Burgess and Mark Ramsey. ANNIVERSARIES. Happy anniversary wishes go to Larry and Betty Jaggers on Tuesday; Mark and Tina Martin on Wednesday; and Russell and Lois Hodge and Tim and Angie Issacs on Saturday. GET-WELL WISHES. Get-well wishes go to Harvey Thompson, Gladys Snyder, Ruth Dye, Bob Walker, Roy Allen Brawner, Kimmie Key, Joe Thomas, Virginia Couch, David Riddix, Sunny Hatfield, Norma Fox, Terry Wright, Joe Knight, Wendell and Betty Jolly, Gary Carey, Virginia Sherrard, Johnnie Lawson, Buddy Willis, Johnny Gribble, Donnie Haper, Morna Eastridge, Joe Montgomery, Sam Stapp, Danny Clements, Rudolph Riggs, Mildred Riggs, Pierce Fulkerson, Troy Goodman, Lorene Brown, Ernestine Hornback, Mildred Payton, Freddie Thompson, Cora Belle Wright, Pam Walker, Taylor Dempster, Gerald Estes, Mildred Baker, Harold Weldon, Jeanette Trent, Brother Owen Riggs, Carolyn Jaggers, Mary Lewis, Doine Williams, Charlie George, David Noe, Spurgeon Riggs, Mellie Morris, Pam Hack, Elizabeth Gardner, Robert Priddy, G.H. Simpson, Bill Cassidy, Junior Jaggers, Thelma Kessinger, Ruth Jaggers, Freddie George, Juanita Priddy and Viola Burton. CHURCH NEWS. Glendale Christian Church’s Youth Choir will present “The Night That Heaven Came Down,” at 4 and 6 p.m. today. On Wednesday, a cookie exchange will be held at 6:30 p.m., as well as youth caroling. WELCOME. Amanda and John Hay would like to announce the birth of a daughter, Graclyn Marie. Graclyn was born Nov. 29 in Louisville, weighing 8 pounds, 11 ounces. She was 20½ inches long. Proud grandparents are Pete and Patricia Turpin of Hodgenville and Vickie and Bert Hay of Rineyville. Excited aunts and uncles are Raymond and Daphne Turpin of Glendale and Trisha Helm and Christie and Rob Jones, all of Elizabethtown. Mother and baby are doing well. SUBMIT YOUR NEWS. Please call or e-mail me at paperkarma@hotmail.com by 5 p.m. Sunday. Please use the heading South Hardin News to ensure that it is not deleted. Have a wonderful week.