"Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper and Talent Show"
THE EXPRESS • February 18, 2009 • Page 2 (Debbie) of Goldsboro and Bain of Greensboro and Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Joel Fredrick McLendon Dale (Mike) Simmons of of Atlantic Beach, NC; his Winston-Salem; and and Talent Show grandchildren, Phillip nieces and nephews. He Cansler (Melissa) of Wake was preceded in death by Forest, Lois Emily two brothers, E. J. First Presbyterian Church Mr. Samuel Cansler of Santa Monica, Previtte Jr. and Jerry CA, Chelsey Elizabeth Previtte. Levander Cansler of Boone, Memorials may be February 24, 2009 • 6:00pm Shannon McLendon and made to North Wadesboro McLendon David Scott McLendon, Baptist Church, 1211 N. Donations Accepted both of Polkton, Greene St., Wadesboro, Mr. Samuel Levander Christopher Barney NC 28170. for Mission Projects McLendon, Major, US Air McLendon of Wilmington Leavitt Funeral Home Force Retired, 75, died and Sydnie Eileen was in charge of arrange- Thursday, February 12, McLendon of ments. Online condo- 2009, at Carolinas Medical Jacksonville, NC; six lences may be made at Center Union in Monroe. great-grandchildrent; his leavittfuneralhomewades- Your Funeral services were aunt, Christine Faulkner boro.com. Turn held on Monday, February turn Williams of Wadesboro; Tax Re ur 16, 2009, at First Baptist o Into Y ot Church, Wadesboro with and Bud the cat and Rosie the dog. Mrs. Katie Dream H Dr. Robert Hunter and Dr. Memorials may be Thelma Jones (Elbert), Brenda and l! r Poo Fred Senter officiating. Bobby and other cousins. Tub o made to First Baptist Interment with masonic rites and full military Church, P.O. Box 423, Turner The arrangements were in care of Leavitt Wadesboro, NC 28170 or to • CALDERA & JACUZZI HOT TUBS honors followed in Anson Memorial Park. the Henry H. Morton Mrs. Katie Thelma Funeral Home. Online Planetarium and Science Jones Turner, 83, died condolences may be made • INGROUND & ABOVE GROUND POOLS! Sam was born in Richmond County on Center, c/o Wadesboro Wednesday, February 11, at www.leavittfuneral- Rotary Club, P.O. Box 110, 2009, at Presbyterian homewadesboro.com. December 28, 1933, a son Wadesboro, NC 28170. Hospital in Charlotte. 218 East Broad Avenue • Rockingham, N.C. of the late Ernest Samuel The arrangements Memorial servicesMr. Robert Lee and Bernice Faulkner were in care of Leavitt were held on Sunday, Phone: 910-997-6535 • Fax: 910-997-6515 McLendon. In addition to Funeral Home. Online February 15, 2009, in the “Bobby” his parents, he was pre- condolences may be made Repair • Chemicals • Sales • Service ceded in death by his sis- Chapel of Leavitt Funeral Williamson, Jr. at www.leavittfuneral- Home with Clarence Cash ters, Myrtle Cheek and homewadesboro.com. officiating. 3-Step Program We offer Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm Ruby Moore. Mrs. Turner was born Mr. Robert Lee He was retired from Computerized Water Testing Sat: 9am - 12pm the United States Air Mr. Kenneth December 26, 1925, in “Bobby” Williamson, Jr., Catawba County, NC, a age 53, died Wednesday, Force, having served more than 27 years. He had also Warren daughter of the late February 11, 2009, at Luther and Daisy Wright Hospice House of Union worked as manager at Indian Hills Country Club “Kenny” Jones. County, Monroe. She attended Central Graveside services Pine Bluff in Tuscaloosa, AL and with Randall Publishing Previtte High School in Newton, were held on Saturday, NC and Johnson C. Smith February 14, 2009, in the Company for 12 years. Apartments Sam was a member of First Baptist Church in Mr. Kenneth Warren “Kenny” Previtte, 59, died Wednesday, February 11, University in Charlotte. Morven Cemetery with Following her graduation Dr. W.F. “Bill” Traywick from Johnson C. Smith, and Rev. Tom Canady offi- Wadesboro where he was 2009, in Carolinas Medical she came to Ansonville to ciating. Anson High Rd. a member of the Baraca Sunday School Class. He Center, Charlotte. teach, where she met her Bobby was born in Funeral services were husband, John A. Turner, Anson County on January Wadesboro was a member of held on Sunday, February who preceded her in 29, 1956, a son of Barbara Wadesboro Rotary Club, 15, 2009, in North death. She taught in the Allen Williamson and the currently serving on the Wadesboro Baptist public school system for late Robert Lee Family Households Wadesboro Town Council Church with Rev. Ronnie more than 30 years and Williamson Sr. 1 - 2 Bedroom Apartments and was a 32nd Degree Stewart officiating. loved to help others learn Survivors include his Mason and member of Interment followed in to the very end. mother, Barbara, of the Units for Persons with Disabilities Available Kilwinning Masonic Seago Cemetery . Surviving are her son, home and a very special Lodge # 64. He also had a Kenny was born in John A. Turner, Jr. (Karen) cousin, Charles Allen of great passion for restor- Anson County on August and daughter, Jacqueline Polkton. Rental Assistance Available on a Limited Basis ing antique cars, especial- 25, 1949, a son of Louise Maria Caple (Foyest), all of Memorials may be ly Model A's. Heavener Previtte and the Lilesville; her grandchil- made to the Morven Please Call (1) 704-695-1349 Surviving are his wife late Eddie John Previtte dren, Erika D. Caple, Juan Cemetery Fund, c/o of 55 years, Lois E. “Beth” Sr. He was retired from A. Butler, Brian K. Caple George Short, PO Box 166, TDD/TYY # (1) 800-735-2962 Wailes McLendon of the Wansona with over twen- (deceased), Shannon M. Morven, NC 28119. home; his children, Dr. ty years of service and an Caple, Tanesha Chambers Leavitt Funeral Home Lois Elaine McLendon active member of North and J Quan Chambers; her was in charge of arrange- Cansler (Bob) of Raleigh, Wadesboro Baptist g r e a t - g r a n d c h i l d r e n , ments. Online condo- Samuel Howard Church. Anzhawon, Daquan, lences may be made at EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY McLendon of Survivors include his Davoen, Tylaizha, Tamyra leavittfuneralhomewades- Rockingham, Michael mother, Louise, of the and Dajuan; and her nieces boro.com. Eugene McLendon home; two sisters Pat and nephew, Mildred Class of Writer Judi McCoy is Featured Speaker 1984 at Upcoming Writers Conference Reunion Romance/mystery writer Judi McCoy, will be a featured speaker at the Carolinas Writers Conference in Wadesboro on Saturday, April 4. The one-day con- Meeting ference, sponsored by the Anson County Writers' Club, South Piedmont Community College and Carolina Romance Writers, will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at SPCC's Lockhart-Taylor Center in Wadesboro. Doors open for registration Feb. 22 at 8 a.m., followed by a welcoming ceremony at 8:30 a.m. McCoy will be joined by Glenis Redmond ("African Voices" and "Backbone"); The Class of 1984 of Robert Macomber ("Point of Honor" and "A Dishonorable Few"); and North Bowman Senior High Carolina writer Robert Inman ("Home Fires Burning," "Old Dogs and Children," School will hold a "Dairy Queen Days" and "Captain Saturday") as featured speakers. reunion meeting on McCoy, who resides on Virginia's Eastern Shore, has published 14 romance Sunday, February 22 at 4 novels, including "Match Made in Heaven," "Heaven Sent," "Mistletoe and p.m. at Hampton B. Mayhem," and "A Matter of Trust." Her first book, "I Dream of You," was hon- Allen Library. All class ored as Best-Selling Debut Romance of 2001. Since then, McCoy's romance members are urged to genre novels have received a four-star designation from the Romantic Times attend. Book Club. Her newest mystery novel, "Hounding the Pavement," has been For more informa- optioned by CBS and Paramount Productions as a weekly television series. The tion call 704-695-1948 or novel's heroine, Ellie, can understand what her dog-walking clientele thinks 695-1412. and turns sleuth to solve a murder mystery. McCoy has donated all royalties earned from "Hounding the Pavement" to the Kanab, Utah based Best Friends, a no-kill shelter organization. Uwharrie For more information on McCoy, visit her website at www.judimccoy.com. MONUMENTS Registration for the Carolinas Writers Conference is $20 per person through February 28, and $30 thereafter. Anson County and SPCC students may register for $6 (with an I.D.). An online, printable application is available at www.ansoncoun- 704-983-0095 tywritersclub.org. For more information, e-mail email@example.com. Can’t come to us, we will come to you! Extension Notes Metro Medical Plaza Hours: M-F 9am-5pm Shopping for Health and Budget: Here are a few ways to shop and save 630 Comfort Lane, Ste. E Saturday By Appointment money while purchasing healthy choices that are good for you and your family . Monroe 1970 E. Main St. Bread - For health, always buy 100% whole grain. To save money, stock up and Albemarle, NC freeze when items go on sale. (Across from Shell Station) Canned Goods - For health, try to choose items that say no-added salt or reduced sodium. To save money, store brands, when on sale, are the best value. Stock up when you see them! Cereal - For health, oatmeal is one of the healthiest choices because it is a whole grain and has no added salt, fat or sugar. The same goes for shredded wheat. 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