Country Inns & Suites Buford
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... know how priory it is though. We removed our shoes and put all liquids out. When I went through my bag was searched, I forgot I had a tin of pork and beans. From there we came into the Admirals lounge with our Qantas membership in T12. Our flight leaves out of T12. Not much in here but some bagels and small muffins. Beer and wine are free but if you want bottled water, you have to buy it. On entry the lady offered us a premium drink we can get why ever we want with that, I'm ...
... small affinity for. So now instead of seeing only the beautiful shell that is Lord of Rings I can also see the other shells making up the giant ocean and for a brief moment in time sit on the beach and enjoy that ocean in its fullness with all its life and oddities and see them as beautiful. Behold them in their natural state and then walk away a better, more rounded person for it. I even, dare I say aloud, agreed to consider a return trip. ...
... fine traits of character of this outstanding Christian will linger long in the hearts of the people of Buford. Her life was a great inspiration to those whom she came in contact.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lucile Yow, Buford, Mrs. Charles M. Moon, Sr., Miami, Fla.; three brothers, Clarence, John and Bona Allen, Jr., all of Buford; four grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren."
Source: The Buford Advertiser, 30 July 1959
... Ann Hope, of Atlanta, Doris Bailey, Caroline Bennett, Vernis Br......adley, Celia Gordon, Jan Greer, Montie Brogdon, Nan Bridges, Ann Sears, Ann Burel, Jack Brogdon, Glenn Cooper, Frank Power, Julius and Johnnie C., Jr.”
Note: The Buford Advertiser
Photo: Mrs. Johnnie Crescenti, Sr. She, her husband, and son who died in World War II are buried in The Buford City Cemtery.
... June 16 by the Housing Administration and has been sent to the White House for final approval.
With the coming of the new Buford Dam, even greater progress can be seen for the city within the next few years. With the attitude it has assumed toward expansion, progressive Buford will continue to be one of the Georgia’s leading small cities.
Source: The Buford ...