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Harriman Happenings- August 11

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By Louise Warmley

Pauline Steelman celebrated her 92nd birthday Wednesday, Aug. 8.
Pauline and Linda Durham are close friends, and Linda took her out for a special lunch.
Pauline gives thanks to Linda, and she really did enjoy her delicious lunch.
We say happy birthday to you, Pauline, from all your friends.
Three members of St. Mary’s Baptist Church celebrated their birthdays in August. They are Lucille Gordon, Pearl Gallaher and Darius Gallaher.
We sang the birthday song, and the pastor prayed and each one received a gift from the church.
May each of you be blessed.
Get-well wishes to David Buttram, who recently had surgery in Roane Medical Center.
We are wishing Nathan Kilgo a speedy recovery. Nathan recently had surgery.
Happy birthday to you, Richard Harris, on Aug. 15; Madge Jackson, Aug. 7; Jammie Stubbs, Aug. 5; Dorothy Moore, Aug. 8; Jara Anderson, Aug. 1; Kejiah Love, Aug. 9;
Trusting all of you had a blessed day.
On Aug. 3, Darius Gallaher celebrated his 20th birthday in the home of his grandmother, JoAnn Palmer.
JoAnn prepared a great supper for Darius and had some family members and his friends celebrate his birthday with him.
This was a wonderful day for Darius and he thanks his grandmother.
He is the son of the Rev. Willie and Melissa Gallaher. He has one sister, Jada.
Happy birthday Darius and God bless.
Elaine Simpson, Wanda Cooper and Mary Robinson flew to Lawton, Okla., and Kay Latham from Atlanta flew in.
They were there to join others to celebrate Ernest and Ella Love’s 50th wedding anniversary.
Ernest is EP Love as we in Harriman and Emory Gap know him.
On Friday, they had dinner in the Loves’ home and a birthday cake for Wanda and Kadara.
Saturday evening, family and friends met at C.C’s International, where out-of-town guests mingled and fellowship together and all enjoyed a delicious dinner.
The Loves took the time out to thank all who came to their 50th anniversary.
They gave each person a coaster engraved with their name and 50th anniversary.
One hundred and seventy-five people were present for their occasion.
Twenty-five came from out of town. Some were from Atlanta, Washington D.C., Minnesota, Arkansas, Kansas and Houston and other
cities.
This anniversary was given by their child-
ren, Deanna and Lisa Love.
This couple was married July 20, 1963, in West Point, Va.
On Sunday they had a choice as to what church they would attend. Most attended Cameron Baptist Church, where the service was very good and the singing was great.
Those from Tennessee stayed five days. They came back late on Sunday. Wanda Cooper said this was a great trip.
Congratulations to this beautiful couple.
Last weekend Campbell High School had their reunion.
Their theme was “Where Do We Go From Here.”
They had a get-together on Friday and a picnic at Roane County Park and that evening the reunion banquet was held at Jamieson Development Center.
 Master of ceremony was Curtis Anderson. Helen Roddy gave the welcome. Alma Fletcher gave the occasion.
After prayer, dinner was served. Alfrieda Forney provided the music.
Julia Harris introduced the speaker, which was Mary Hickey. She delivered a great message.
About 70 people attended this banquet.
On Sunday, they met at Speight Chapel in Rockwood. Guest speaker for this service was the youngest daughter of the late Eva Graves.
Denise is much like her mother, and she did a great job. All enjoyed her message.
A special presentation was done by Maxine Chrisca.
This service came to close by expressions by the President, Curtis Anderson.