Henry & Dianne Ford
Publishers
Sherbia Jones
Celebrates Birthday

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IN THIS ISSUE

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1.
Make Your Life
A Celebration

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2.
CONGRATULATIONS
to Angel Williams

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3.
There is Life After
A Sports Career

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4.
End of Summer Trip

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5.
103 Years Young
and Not Counting

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6.  
Selena Hudson's
Surprise Party

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7.  
Honoring God,
Creating Legacies

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8.  
It Started With
The Cross

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9.  
CONGRATULATIONS
to Alene Hill

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10.  
Jill Bennett,
Investment
Representative

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11.  
Willie Johnson
Receives
Speakers Award

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12.  
John Williams
Retires to Fishing

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13.
Sherbia Jones
Celebrates Birthday

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14.
CONGRATULATIONS
to
William & Mary Land

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15.
Lucille Grier
HAPPY
90TH BIRTHDAY!
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INSPIRATIONS
and VISIONS

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An invitation to enjoy North Carolina hospitality is something you can’t easily turn
down (and we didn’t)!

Barely two weeks after returning from John’s retirement party in Maryland we were
on the road again.  This time to “help” Sherbia Jones celebrate her birthday,
because we didn’t think she could do it without us!

Once again, excellent food, “Southern” hospitality, and as difficult as it might be to
imagine, more good weather.  Dianne and I stayed with Ruth & Charles Mitchell,
and as usual marveled at how she can prepare a complete home cooked meal in
what seems like minutes.

The close to 90 degree daytime temperatures were accompanied by low humidity,
breezy conditions, and plenty of shade.  Sherbia’s guests included many of the
same relatives that attended her brother John’s retirement party.

The long weekend gave Dianne and I time to visit relatives in nearby Charlotte and
Lincolnton.

Sherbia’s friend Janis Johnson would not hear of us leaving North Carolina on an
empty stomach (mine hasn’t been empty in months), so she and Joyce Morrison
teamed up to prepare a Monday morning brunch that made us want to drive around
the block and sit down at the table again.

On our return trip we took a small detour to visit Foothills Meats for some local
meats and cheeses.  So now we’re home again, full, satisfied and happy.
VISIONS
"Seeing the world not as it is, but as it can be"
"Where there is no vision, the people perish." - Proverbs 29:18
Your Success Newsletter - July-August, 2006 - Published Bi-Monthly