Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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... gravy the next. She had pasty dough left over and made a lemon meringue pie with homemade filling. Delicious!
Our family gradually improved in spirit as we've been here. Being fed with good food and positive talk and prayer has surely helped.
Last night Carol, Tim's wife, made a leg of lamb with rice, butternut squash and salad. Another fine meal...
We're off to Montana this afternoon. The drive ...
29 July 1959
"Mrs. Kate Allen Shadburn, 86, daughter of the late Bona Allen, Sr., died ... at her home after a long illness.
Mrs. Shadburn, a long-time resident of Buford, was the widow of Wylie Burrell Shadburn, who died about 40 years ago.
Mrs. Shadburn was a member of the Buford Methodist Church. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the residence. Burial will be in Buford Cemetery.
The high ideals, spirit of love ...
It's 5:40 am and I am, against my will, wide awake so I have decided to follow a friend's advice and start setting up this travel blog.
We leave on our road trip in 8 days and all of the preparation we've done has included buying sheets for Chanel and $150 worth of tupperware boxes to pack our stuff in. I've also borrowed about 4 books on CD from the library and I bought hanging organizers for ...
... the Jewish, Methodist, and Baptist Drug stores. All major faiths covered in one city block!
Buford - 365 Days!
6 July 1938
“Mrs. Johnnie Crescenti, Sr. entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Jeannette’s birthday.
After games were played Mrs. Crescenti and Mrs. George G. Power served the young people cake and cream. Among those present ...
... but also by an increase in building. Within the last year, Buford has opened its own hospital staffed by local doctors, and graduated the first class from its new high school building.
Now the Buford housing authority has submitted a request to the Public Housing Authority in Washington for a loan of $20,000 to build a 50-unit low-rent housing development. This request ...