Lost and Found
At present, the soccer ball has been picked up, but
we still have an almost new soft ball and a man's work
Uncle John's Ultimate
JT and Karla White, owners of Quietside Quik Shop are proud parents of daughters, Taylor and Tianna.
Sally Goodin, John & Charla Green's cow, had a set of twins, Jack and Jill.Tom Green set a new school record in the 3200 meter run. His time 9:43.9 in front of former record holder, and his assistant cross country coach, who set the old mark of 9:44.9 in 1978.
It's a good thing he can run fast for he sure is a handsome fellow.
Keep 'em coming!
Glady or Karen:
Copyright © 2003
The Roach Post Office moved more than once before it
finally ended up near its present location in 1903, and
has been in continuous operation since then. The new postmaster
was Harry Haines, a native of England; his wife ran a
small grocery store in the same building. He gave up the
post office in 1908 to Albert Long. When Long gave it
up, after a few months, Mr. Haines took it back. In 1910
he resigned again. This time Samuel Long served two years.
After that Mr. Haines started his third and final time
as postmaster. After his death, his wife ran the post
All of this information was kindly given to us by Mac Green, who got it from Mrs. Chris Leib who years ago operated a grist mill with her husband at Gunter, now known as Ha Ha Tonka. This information checked out with the Post Office Department.
The first person to
identify the above photo gets a
Good news! Travis Wallander is home from Iraq, some of the locals may remember that he worked at G&G Marina and married the dock girl, Tiffany Throckmorton.
The Wallanders thank Kenny Carroll for the good job done on their driveway - and the Old Hwy 54 residents thank Kenny for not running over our cats and dogs - good job.
Dear Casey and July: That's a great idea. I'll suggest this to the Post Mistress. We need more loafer's benches.
didn't know you needed to know:
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gossip, i.e.- Has your neighbor been seen on America's
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