By Margie Fulmer

Our pastor, LaNita Daniels and husband, Donny, of North Little Rock, and Ann Spears of Greenbrier were dinner guests of Earnestine Newberry last Sunday after church. That afternoon some of our church members and the pastor visited Dewitt Johnson in his new home.

Sunny Sue Earnhart fell and broke a bone in her foot. She is supposed to stay off of it for three weeks. That will be hard on her since she never wants to miss church.

Ginger Beene and DeAnna Beene of Enola visited Sunny and Marian McGinty on Sunday afternoon.

Lewis Jay and Sandra Cardin have had guests for a few days last week. Luke Matthews and his mother, Brenda Matthews, of Georgia. They were here for Bach McGinty’s funeral and visit with their relatives, and for the reunion.

Remember, today Oct. 1, is our Old International Show Company Reunion at Conway Senior Citizens building. We hope everyone can attend. Our Shoe Factory Family is getting smaller each year as we get older.

Congratulations to Ed Sellers of Vilonia for his high achievement in education in last Wednesday’s Log Cabin.

Neighbors send me your news. I can’t report it if I don’t hear from you. Have a good week. God never gives up on anyone.



By Jennifer Freeman

The next two Sundays will be special for Centerville United Methodist Church. On Sunday, Oct. 2, we will not meet at the Church building but will meet at Woolly Hollow State Park. Join us at 9 a.m. in the Gazebo over the Water where our worship services will take place. After our services, we will have hot dogs with all the trimmings at the pavilion.   

On Sunday, Oct. 9, the Faulkner County Singing Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. at our church. This Second-Sunday Singing has been observed at Centerville for many decades, and it promises to be again an enjoyable interlude for those who like gospel music. As always, the public is invited.

I don’t know of any big news this week. We traveled to Little Rock Christian on Monday after school for 7th grade football. Our blue team won and the white team lost, which gives both groups two wins and one loss. Kaylee cheered at home on Saturday for Pee Wee Football. After her games, we went to McCain Mall so she could spend her Birthday money. She just can’t stand to hang on to her money for long so she was thrilled to be brought back with new clothes and no money.

The weather in Arkansas has been pretty nice this week. I must say that I have had a much more difficult time getting up in the morning with the cooler weather. We woke up last year to crazy winds and froze as Lana delivered our sermon on the lake and I am excited that it will be nice this year and we won’t need to rush home to get warm.