Stone Mountain News
Ola K. Norman
New books ready to check at Traphill Branch Library include “Cinders: A Chicken Cinderella” by Jan Brett, and “The Very Fairy Princess: Sparkles in the Snow” by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton.
Get well wishes go to Brandy Edwards who broke her arm recently and Lesa Terry who was in the hospital with kidney stones. It’s good to hear that Teresa Adams is able to return to work after breaking her leg.
Condolences go to the family of George Sidden, who passed away last week.
Condolences go to the family of Fay Warren Harris, who passed away last Saturday. Fay was the last member of her family of 11 children. She will be missed by all that knew her.
I was sorry to hear that Jesse Whitley’s home burned over the weekend.
Happy birthday wishes go to Michael Brewer on Jan. 8; Jim Byrd and Linda Dillard on Jan. 9; Johnny Kennedy, Tammie Holcomb, John Johnson Jr., Laura Mae Dancy and Claude Johnson on Jan. 10; Lorraine Wiles, Jonathan Wingler, Ricky McGrady, Jacob Johnson and Katherine Bauguess on Jan. 11; and Johnny Johnson and Bryson John Gambill on Jan. 12.
Traphill had a low temperature of 14.9 degrees on Jan. 4 and a high temperature of 51.2 degrees on Dec. 31. There was .1 inch of rain during the week of Dec. 30-Jan. 5.
Judy Dupree is still feeding a hummingbird. Hope it can survive the cold that’s predicted this week. Some days she has to swap out feeders to keep one out that isn’t frozen.
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