510 Wellington St. OFFICE STORE EQUIPMENT COAL WOOD POTATOES Home Nut. Lump, Red Hot Ky. Looking for something offbeat? If you have a hankering for gadgets and are willing to venture into the immense Starrett Lehigh Building on 11th Avenue, then you have probably been secretly waiting for the OXO sample sale which takes place on Wednesday and Thursday. Find tables full of the handy household brand cleaning, kitchen and other miscellaneous items. Prices start at only a few bucks, and the assortments include regular stock as well as samples and prototype items.
Water, the liquid of life. Without water there is no life. Junk food, as the name suggests, is unhealthy food. Investigators say they found four firearms inside the home. One of the handguns was tracked to an Anderson burglary from earlier this year, when thieves drove a car through Crack Shot Guns. One teenager was arrested in that case and now investigators in Anderson and Muncie are working to see if the four suspects have any connection to the crime..
Trouble in paradise, love? Hardly. More like scheduling trouble and potentially some wishes from Summit keeping these two apart to get us even more amped up for the Breaking Dawn press tour (they so go back and forth on this one, poor Rob and Kris). Trust, Robsten will do what Robsten wants, but no doubt, their time apart is getting every Twi hard as excited as ever for their reunion.
During the 1938 September crisis I felt, with others, that I should do something in the role of National Service. Thinking back to my scouting youth and my love of an active life the idea of fulfilling a boyhood dream of being a fireman came to life. I joined the Auxillary Fire Service and became a part time fireman.
Clara enjoyed gardening and spending time with her family. Surviving are: her husband of 56 years, Richard; 3 sons, Dean DuBois and Amy Fomish, Donald and wife Angela DuBois, and Douglas and wife Cathy DuBois all of Linden; 7 grandchildren, Matthew and wife Stacy DuBois, Amanda and husband Lance Allen, Bruce and wife Mackenzie DuBois, Andrew DuBois, Megan DuBois, Mitchell DuBois, and Delaney DuBois; great grandchildren, Connor Allen and Jackson DuBois; siblings, James Robert and wife Pat Black of Kingman, AZ, William Charles and wife Merlene Black of Gaines, Gloria and husband Richard Spears of Flint, George and wife Janet Black of Flushing, and Martha Ann and husband Douglas Wilkins of Mulberry, AR; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents..