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Baggerly, Todd recognized at Gause event

By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

GAUSE NEWS

A special thanks you to all who had a part in the annual Cemetery Association Homecoming Sunday. It takes a number of willing, dedicated members of our community to put this together each year and everyone is greatly appreciated. The weather was perfect for the “dinner under the trees.” Also thanks to everyone who had a part on the program.

Tanya Wadlington Wood served as mistress of ceremonies and did a great job. We have our regulars who have a spot on the program each year and I’m not going to name names because I would leave someone off. But be assured that they are always appreciated.

If you would like to be a part of next year’s program give me a call. And the biggest “thanks” go to you who come each year and support our Gause Cemetery Association, and if you are not able to come you send your donation to help. It was a great day and we missed you who were not able to come this year.

Mrs. Jessie Baggerly was recognized at the program as the oldest mother at age 99 and Mr. J.T. Todd as the oldest father at age 95. Hope to see them both again next year.

I had an enjoyable Mothers Day weekend with all of my children and their families as I know many other mothers did.

Can you believe that school is about out for summer vacation? I know the students and teachers can. Really went by in a hurry. This week the junior high is reviewing for final exams that will be given May 17, 18 and 21. The 8th grade graduation will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 24, in the school gym.

The first of next week the elementary students will be having the annual kick ball tournament and then field day on May 24. On Friday, May 25, beginning at 8 a.m. will be Awards Day.

A special thanks to all of the people who came with the informative booths at the Gause Community Health Fair. There was a lot of helpful information there. Hope you got to come, if not maybe there will be another next year.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, May 9, at the Gause United Methodist Church for Mary Sue Moore Davis. Mary Sue grew up here in Gause and was the daughter of the late Terr y and Mayme Moore. Our sincere sympathy to her family.

Lizzie Light had a fall this last week and had to spend some time in the hospital. We wish her the best for a fast healing.

Isaac Vinton celebrated his seventh birthday on May 9. On Saturday family and friends joined him for a party at Chuck E Cheese in College Station.


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