Streetmans celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary
On Feb. 9, Burnette and Carol Larkin Streetman were married 50 years. They were married on Feb. 9, 1963, at Hopewell Methodist Church.
The same year they married they moved into their lovely home where they still live today.
Their celebration was being with family members only. They entertained 22 family members at the 1800 Restaurant in downtown Americus.
Those in attendance that helped make this a special celebration a success were their children and their families as well as her brother and his wife: Greg and Tony Streetman, Moore and Carson; Nizel and Lezlie Streetman Poole and children Jasper and Emory Poole, Dariel and Erin Streetman and children Katy and Carrell Streetman, Charlie and Karen Streetman Cook and children Addy and Ben, Sarah and Zack Cook of Americus and Carol’s brother Ellis and Elaine Larkin.
We all here want to congratulate Burnette and Carol for such a big success in life celebrating 50 years of marriage.
County Line Methodist Church hosts Valentine Dinner
County Line United Methodist Church held its annual Valentine Dinner on Feb. 9 in the Social Hall of the church.
The tables were decorated with white linen table cloths. The centerpieces that were used on all of the tables were bud vases with three red roses and at each place setting a Valentine napkin was placed.
As guests entered the Social Hall, a large arrangement of red roses were placed in a lighted basket on the counter, and on each end of the counter were bud vases with three red roses.
The members of he church and the youth served the tables.
A special entertainer came from Pelham. He is know as Cousin Arthur and is a comedy minister. His real name is the Rev. Andrew Hall. He really put on some special entertainment for this special event.
After dinner and entertainment, the Ladies of the Hope Circle " sold Valentine cakes and cupcakes.
This is a very active church and is special in our community.