Rev. LaVonne Johnson-Holt
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
There are people today who wish to push this country toward socialism and even communism.
Russell A. Scott
Speigel’s first response was, “Why do you want me there?”
Betty Sue Morgan married Truett Worley on December 21, 1948, and began a lifetime journey of loving and nurturing her husband, five children, sixteen grandchildren and thirty-six great grandchildren. Betty and Truett celebrated 59 years of marriage before his death in 2008. Jeanne (Bob) Spradling, Mike (Pam) Worley, Cathy (Bobby) Reynolds, John Worley, and Cyndi (Mark) Nine survive their mom as do all her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Betty and Truett moved to Roswell early in their marriage and raised their family there, attending First Baptist Church. Betty was Director of the Girls Club in Roswell and worked for a time in real estate, but in whatever position she held, her strong faith and “can do” attitude drew people to her. As the matriarch of a large family, she continued until her final day to send out a daily email which often contained a nugget of wisdom or a Scripture, as well as pictures. As late as two weeks ago she attended Baylor Homecoming and celebrated with fifty of her family. While there, she took individual pictures with each great grandchild who was there, planning for her Christmas gifts. Betty found great joy in making handmade gifts and cooking for the enjoyment of those around her. Many will miss her gracious hospitality especially when it included her world famous cinnamon rolls. Betty Worley loved Jesus and she loved her family and friends, many of whom she will be joining in Heaven. All who knew and loved her celebrate a life well lived.
If you would like to make a contribution in memory of Betty Sue Worley please make it to her beloved church at First Baptist Church Roswell, 500 N. Pennsylvania, Roswell, NM 88201.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, November 2, 2017 at First Baptist Church.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at ballardfuneralhome.com.
“I guess the cops aren’t coming.”
Childress entered the store, with his weapon drawn.
Childress wrote that he observed the suspect reach into his front hoodie pocket.
According to the complaint, as Flores was taken down, a machete fell out of his front hoodie pocket.
Flores was later cuffed and searched for more weapons by the deputy. No other weapons were located.
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ARTESIA — What do “The Night Circus” and “Water for Elephants” have in common?
“The goal for adults is to write a 50,000 word novel in a month,” she said.
Nickerson-Harper and Jessica Paschal, teen librarian, will both be participating in NaNoWriMo.
“The first thing that is going to help is practice writing,” Paschal said.
Nickerson-Harper added that there will be publishing and writing information available.
Rodriguez and Vallejos were later charged in a nine-count indictment filed on Dec. 17, 2015.
The case was investigated by the Roswell office of the FBI and the New Mexico State Police.
For more information, go to beWellnm.com or call 1-833-TO-BEWELL.
Xcel Energy has asked state regulators for authorization to increase its rates in 2018.