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CmdrR, The Earth was always perishing from greed. From the moment of my coming into existence, Ike warned of the goals of the military industrial business complex being at odds with my security needs both locally immediate and global. But this particular bit of minutia has been with me almost as long since my matriculation in the parochial school system. It always annoyed and bothered me how this incomplete rendition of the award winning 1949 performance of this song kept creeping onto "Christmas" song lists to the point that people now identify it as such. I mean it was more than obvious that it was something that held some fascination for the male dominated radio airwaves management of the decade after its award - not something that was in any way particularly evocative of Christmas or winter holiday time. And the real crime against women in this song's holiday airplay is that of all the people that sing this tune in the NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER award-winning performance, Betty Garrett's performance far outshines them all and NEVER gets airplay - wrecking whatever value it may have had as a comedic "holiday" novelty tune in the vein of say, the Chipmunk's Christmas song in shining an illuminating light on the nonsense of the "wolf" part. And I just learned Loesser wrote the song for his wife who was furious he sold the song to the movie "I felt as betrayed as if I'd caught him in bed with another woman. I kept saying ''Esther Williams and Ricardo Mental-ban!!!''" -- Lynn Garland [Loesser's wife] On September 2 of 1999 the NYT reported in an Esther Williams' interview this was brought about because: ''In ''Neptune's Daughter,'' with Ricardo Montalban, she [Esther Williams] was supposed to sing Frank Loesser's ''I'd Love to Get You (On a Slow Boat to China)'' but the MGM censors decided that ''get'' meant ''have'' and banned the song. ''So then I [Esther Williams] went to Frank and said, 'Have you got anything else?''' -- 'AT HOME WITH: Esther Williams' By TODD S. PURDUM, NYT, SEPT. 2, 1999 And for good measure, here's a link to an article from 2015 showing the issue with the song as a supposed Christmas tune is not new, i.e. me too:
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It’s been way to long… it feels good to be back….. Just in time for Christmas ♥

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          The 12 Days of Christmas Crafting: Day 4, Felt, Holly Garland       Cache   Translate Page      
 We are on Day 4 of The 12 Days of Christmas Crafting
Today we make Felt Holly Garland.

Today's DIY is a cute little Holly Garland that was created because I needed a new Garland for my mantel, and I wanted it to be light and airy. This was a Simple, inexpensive and quick DIY, and everyone knows I love quick and easy. I wanted to do crafts that take up as little time as possible  and give you lots of bang for your buck.  
Are you Struggling with a Garland this season?, 
Make your very own.
I also made a Video, Link at the end.




Things You Need


  • Felt Red and Green
  • Scissors
  • Pen or Pencil
  • Jute
  • Glue Gun
  • Cotton Thread Green
  • Needle



  • Cut a piece of Jute 6 feet long.
  • Tie a slip knot on both ends
  • Dab a small amount of hot Glue on the knot to secure it.


  •  Draw or find a template for a Holly Leaf
  • Trace and cut out about 50 leaves.

  •  Cut out about 15-20 Little Circles out of the Red Felt


  •  With the cotton thread and needle, sew the leaves directly to the jute.
  • Clustering about three leaves together .



  •  Hot glue a little red berry to each cluster.
  • The berry will conceal the thread



And that's it! 
This took me about one hour to make. 
I did it watching One of my Favorite Christmas movies
Christmas in Connecticut.

Love to you all
XXOO

Please Excuse me while I start on my next Project.

Anne



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La película «El mago de Oz» es la más influyente de la historia del cine. «Ciudadano Kane» es la séptima y «Centauros del desierto», la décima. No se trata de ser mejor, tampoco de que en su atribulada dirección estuvieran Victor Fleming, George Cukor, Mervyn LeRoy, Norman Taurog y King Vidor. La influencia tiene que ver con las veces que se cita en otras películas. Investigadores de la Universidad de Turín han desarrollado un algoritmo y han analizado 47.000 títulos. La segunda más influyente es «La guerra de las galaxias» (sorprendente por ser mucho más moderna). La tercera es «Psicosis». Seguramente, la de Norman Bates también es la madre más nombrada. Es verdad que las 20 más influyentes se rodaron antes de 1980 y ahí sí entra la de Lucas. También la actriz más influyente ha resultado ser Carrie Fisher. Pero, espera, que la segunda es Lois Maxwell, Moneypenny en 14 películas de James Bond, que no aparecen entre las 20 primeras. Esto es tan raro como el EGM.

Tampoco «Atrapado en el tiempo» está entre las 20 primeras del estudio de Livio Bioglio y Ruggero G. Pensa publicado en Applied Network Science. Pero hay que ver la tabarra que se da en España con el día de la marmota (la película de Bill Murray debe de ser la única que los españoles nombramos por su título original despreciando el otro). Francisco Serrano, candidato a presidente de la Junta de Andalucía por Vox, dijo la noche del domingo que se había acabado el día de la marmota. Sonó a Schwarzenegger y su «¡Aquí ya no se hace pipí!» de «Poli de guardería».

La otra tabarra es la de «Juego de tronos» (juego de tormos), que ya hemos visto lo bien que le ha salido a Teresa Rodríguez (Rufián no ha debido de ver otra cosa que «El padrino», decimotercera en la lista). Hay otra tabarra volante en los últimos tiempos. Sí, con Andalucía vuelve el tostón con «Borgen». Siempre es más elegante citar clásicos de cine o televisión. En la lista también andan «King Kong» (1933), «Blancanieves», «Drácula», «Frankenstein», «Tiburón» o «Lo que el viento se llevó». Parte de nuestra vida. Y, desde luego, «El mago de Oz» (1939). En «Teenage. La invención de la juventud» 1875-1945 (Desperta Ferro), Jon Savage recuerda su estreno. Y que la Metro la había planteado como una epopeya que compitiera con Shirley Temple, la estrella de la Fox. Shirley Temple sí que era influyente. Fue la actriz que más recaudó en 1936, 1937 y 1938. La promoción de MGM fue brutal. En Grand Central Station se reunieron 10.000 admiradores para ver a Judy Garland y Mickey Rooney, que no salía en la película pero sí en otras como pareja de Garland. Y para promocionar a la Metro servía. Hay una foto del New York Daily News de ese día en Grand Central en la que se ve a Judy Garland con los brazos en cruz entre dos policías que trataban de rescatarla. Un poco Isabel Pantoja al salir del juzgado. Un mucho Iggy Pop tirándose al público.

«El mago de Oz» es del mismo año que «Lo que el viento se llevó» (19 en la lista). Y en el imaginario popular pueden asomar como las dos grandes películas de la historia, pareciendo que una es para adultos y la otra para niños. Pero es que la de niños tiene mucho más dentro. De la juventud al progreso, de la familia al hogar o la comunidad. No soy una película de las 47.000 pero cuando veo estos días a Susana Díaz al lado de Verónica Pérez («la máxima autoridad del PSOE») caigo en «El mago de Oz» (no de hoz). Me imagino a la abatida Susana dirigiéndose a Verónica: «Totó, parece que no estamos en Kansas». Como mucho en la avenida de Kansas City.


          Performance Coach - International Leadership of Texas- Garland K-8 - Garland, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
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TX-Garland, Job Title: Business / System Analyst Job Location: Garland, Texas-75042 Job Duration: 3 Months Contract Description: Maintain and analyze data using Zarpac(OEE), SAP, Excel, and/or Minitab. Excel-Creating pivot tables, macros, formulas, statistical analysis, charting produce reports, charts and graphs to help identify opportunities and track progress. Lead top stops meetings to identify top weekly
          Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by The Three Ds (2017) | original by Judy Garland (1944)      Cache   Translate Page      
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by The Three Ds (2017) was originally by Judy Garland (1944)
          The Royal Family have put their Christmas decorations up – but an etiquette expert is ‘mortified’ at their timing      Cache   Translate Page      
THE Royal Family have put their Christmas decorations up – and as expected, they’ve done so in style. Over on Instagram, they’ve given us a glimpse of the ornate display in Buckingham Palace’s Marble Hall. There are three large Christmas trees – which were grown in Windsor – as well as a garland fixed along […]
          Resolution CX: Hecht, Clouse take Texas wins      Cache   Translate Page      

The course in Garland, Texas sees some fast racing thanks to dry conditions.

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          (USA-TX-Garland) Yard Person Benefits      Cache   Translate Page      
Requisition Number: 1929 7G 010 Job Title: Yard Person Benefits City: Garland State: TX Salary Range: N/A Return to list of 84 Lumber Career Opportunities Yard Person Benefits Apply Now Description/Job Summary Associate is responsible for building loads for deliveries. In addition, must maintain a safe, clean and well organized lumber yard / warehouse, load and unload lumber and/or building supplies, and operate a forklift. Other duties as assigned. Essential Functions: + Build loads for delivery + Load and unload lumber and building supplies + Operates forklift + Keeps management aware of any delays or discrepancies + Keeps lumber yard clean, well organized and safe Esta posicion es responsable de mantener un ambiente seguro, limpio y bien organizado con la madera, de carga y descarga de madera y / o materiales|de construccion, entrega de cargas de construccion, y operacion de un montacargas. Debe ser capaz de levantar los materiales de construccion a lo largo del dia. Otras tareas que le asigne. Required Skills + Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos; write simple correspondence; effectively present information to others one-on-one. + Ability to apply common sense understanding and carry out simple one or two-step instructions + Experience working in a team atmosphere. + Ability to multi-task in fast paced environment. + Must take and pass drug test and consent to a background check. + Must take and pass other pre-employment assessments. + Work in outdoor / indoor conditions, and ability to load and unload lumber and other building materials with or without reasonable accommodations. + Capacidad de leer y comprender instrucciones simples como mensajes de correspondencia breve y memos. Tambien debe poseer la habilidad de escribir mensajes cortos y presentar informacion eficaz uno a uno + Capacidad de seguir instrucciones de uno o dos pasos y completer tareas simples + Experiencia trabajando en un ambiente de equipo + Debe tomar y pasar un examen de drogas y dar consentimiento para verificacion de antecedents penales + Debe tomar y pasar otras pruebas de evaluacion + Trabajar en diferentes condiciones tanto afuera como adentro, y tener la capacidad de cumplir con sus deberes de operar el montacargas y otro tipo de manipulacion de materiales sin acomodaciones. Required Experience + High school diploma or equivalent; or 1 to 3 months related experience or training. + Previous experience working in a lumber yard or similar. + Forklift operation experience strongly preferred. Un diploma de escuela secundaria or de educacion general (GED); o 1 a 3 meses de experiencia o entrenamieto relacionado. Tiene la capacidad de usar el sentido comun y puede ejercer simple instrucciones de uno a dos pasos; manejar situaciones regulares con minimo o sin ninguna dificultad. Apply Now 84 Lumber Company is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
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          (USA-TX-SUGAR LAND) Bilingual Patient Advocate (Wednesday - Sunday 10 AM - 7 PM)      Cache   Translate Page      
MedData, a MEDNAX (NYSE: MD) company, is a technology-enabled services organization that improves financial outcomes for hospitals by enhancing the patient experience and expanding their access to healthcare. The MedData managed services program includes a range of patient access and communications, revenue cycle management, and consulting and analytics solutions for healthcare systems, including billing, coding, patient balances, eligibility and enrollment, third party liability, and mobile apps. At MedData, we take great pride in our company, in each other, and in our 30+ year history of accomplishments and success. This pride is reflected in our everyday approach to working together. Each team member understands the importance of being part of a company that values their individual contributions and strives to help them achieve their personal goals as they work together to achieve the broader corporate goals. We believe that every team member contributes directly to MedData’s growth and success, and we are constantly searching for new talented, passionate and enthusiastic people who will take pride in being an integral part of our culture. MedData has an excellent career opportunity available as a Bilingual Patient Advocate to work in a Hospital setting located in Sugarland, TX. The schedule for this Full Time role is Wednesday through Sunday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm . POSITION OVERVIEW The purpose of this position is to connect uninsured hospital patients to programs that will cover their medical expenses. Working as the liaison between the patient in need, the hospital facility and government agencies. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES + Screen uninsured hospital patients in an effort to determine if patient is a viable candidate for federal, state, and/or county medical or disability assistance + Complete the appropriate applications and following through until approved + Detailed, accurate and timely documentation in both MPower and the hospital systems on all cases worked + Provide exceptional customer service skills at all times + Participate in ongoing trainings in order to apply the content learned in dealings with patients and cases + Maintain assigned work queue of patient accounts + Collaborate with hospital staff, case managers, social workers, financial counselors + Answer incoming telephone calls, make out-bound calls, and track (via MPower) all paperwork necessary to submit enrollment and renewal for prospective Medicaid patients. + Maintain structured and timely contact with the applicant and responsible government agency, by phone whenever possible or as structured via the daily work queue. + Assist the applicant with gathering any additional reports or records, meeting appointment dates and times and arrange transportation if warranted + Request home visits as needed to acquire documentation + As per established protocols, inform the client in a timely manner of all approvals and denials of coverage + Participate in additional training requirements in an effort to stay abreast of the ever changing rules and regulations associated with the various governmental programs + All other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS + High School Diploma or GED + Some college coursework preferred + Prior hospital experience preferred + Adaptability when dealing with constantly changing processes, computer systems and government programs + Professional experience working with state and federal programs + Exemplary critical thinking skills + Ability to maneuver throughout the hospital and patients’ rooms for up to 8 hours per day + Proficient experience utilizing Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on Excel and Outlook + Effectively communicate both orally and written, to a variety of individuals + Ability to multitask + Ability to function in a fast paced environment + Must fluently read, write & speak both English & Spanish This job description is to serve as a guide but no way is it to be considered a comprehensive list of task, duties and responsibilities that will be required by the employee. To join our team of 2,000 employees and growing, please apply directly to this posting. MedData is an Equal Opportunity Employer IND123 ID: 2018-3708 External Company Name: Cardon Outreach External Company URL: www.cardonoutreach.com Street: 16655 SOUTHWEST FWY About The Company (Text Only): MedData, a MEDNAX (NYSE: MD) company, is a technology-enabled services organization that improves financial outcomes for hospitals by enhancing the patient experience and expanding their access to healthcare. The MedData managed services program includes a range of patient access and communications, revenue cycle management, and consulting and analytics solutions for healthcare systems, including billing, coding, patient balances, eligibility and enrollment, third party liability, and mobile apps. At MedData, we take great pride in our company, in each other, and in our 30+ year history of accomplishments and success. This pride is reflected in our everyday approach to working together. Each team member understands the importance of being part of a company that values their individual contributions and strives to help them achieve their personal goals as they work together to achieve the broader corporate goals. We believe that every team member contributes directly to MedData’s growth and success, and we are constantly searching for new talented, passionate and enthusiastic people who will take pride in being an integral part of our culture.
          Robert Browning – Christmas Eve      Cache   Translate Page      
EText-No. 6670 Title: Christmas Eve Author: Browning, Robert, 1812-1889 Language: English Link: etext04/chmsv10.txt EText-No. 6670 Title: Christmas Eve Author: Browning, Robert, 1812-1889 Language: English Link: etext04/chmsv10.zip
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          Christmas Elf 2.5      Cache   Translate Page      

Christmas Elf will help you to fully decorate your Windows desktop for Christmas. The app offers many ways to decorate for the holidays, including lights and garlands, different types of snow, Christmas trees, festive tunes, and beautiful wallpapers. Add different types of Christmas lights and garlands, whether colored bulbs, pine garlands, icicle lights or more. You can adjust the mode and the speed of the flash.

Christmas Elf provides a choice of several options for its decoration. All with flashing lights. As with the other components of Christmas Elf, some settings can be customized to your taste. Popular Christmas tunes will not allow you to forget about the approach of the holiday and will support the Christmas mood. In addition, you can turn on the pleasant background sounds of a crackling fireplace and a snowstorm.

Also, Christmas Elf will help you find beautiful Christmas wallpapers. Stunning winter landscapes, cozy domestic scenes, festive composition will not leave anyone indifferent. Create a perfect atmosphere with these cool pictures.


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It's beginning to look a lot like 🎄Christmas🎅! When do you put your decorations up? #christmasdecorations #christmas #reindeer #glitter #festive #happyholidays #merrychristmas #december #garland #pine #fairylights #mantlepiece #fireplace
          11 Christmas Garlands That Are Totally Goals      Cache   Translate Page      

Besides having a grand Christmas tree, adding garland to your home is another way to bring full-on Christmas cheer. Whether you use it draped across a doorway, hanging from your mantel or its connected to your tree in some way shape or form garland is an essential part of Christmas décor. Here are 13 Christmas […]

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          BWW Review: Rom Com-esque TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS Rings in the Holidays at Next Act Theatre      Cache   Translate Page      

Twelve (largely-failed) meet-cutes, four performers, two backup singers, and one very chatty partridge in a pear tree suffering from a year of aloneness. Those are the numbers behind Ginna Hoben's The Twelve Dates of Christmas, a play whose simple, rom-com-esque premise is greater than the sum of its parts.

In Twelve Dates, we spend one hour and forty minutes, no intermission, with Mary, a struggling New York actress in her thirties who has, in a nutshell, been dumped by her fiancé on Thanksgiving Day. Thus begins a year in the life and holidays of Mary and her many suitors: the perfect-but-too-soon guy she meets almost immediately at Aunt Kathy's Christmas Eggnog Party, the mid-20s bartender and one night stand on St. Patrick's Day, the over-planner, the ghoster, the asshole who skips out on date six without a word, the dude in the band who's moving to Prague next week. The usual suspects.

One might think the dreamboat from Aunt Kathy's party will wind up being Mr. Right by the same time next year, but The Twelve Dates of Christmas smartly leaves Mary's story loosely wrapped in the end, rather than tied neatly in a big red bow of predictable rom-com happily ever after. The fun of Twelve Dates is navigating each encounter and anticipating the next one. As Mary, Susie Duecker is funny, approachable, and smartly harnesses the many feelings associated with moving on.

Lending backup and festive vibes are the musical stylings of The Doherty Sisters and Jack Forbes Wilson. The Dohertys sing, coo, and serve up intermittent reactions to Mary's many tales, at one point wrapping her in gold tinsel garland in an attempt to get her into the Christmas spirit. They're fun, funny, and lend the right amount of support to Duecker's otherwise one-woman show. Forbes Wilson's piano accompaniment never skips a beat, bringing moments of musical sound-effect humor, too.

This is a script and a show that will no doubt most resonate with thirty-something singles, or recently-singles. I know because I'm smack dab in the middle of that target demographic. Mary's string of potential love interests certainly sounds familiar - the witty one, the one who's perfect on paper, the one with whom you could talk for hours, the one who can also quote Macbeth. Duecker ignites with the excitement one feels over these little signs of promise found in a potential partner, then turns and embodies the emotional roller coaster that is moving on after a breakup. Hers is a relatable versatility.

It's a different kind of Christmas show, to be sure. Simple in its premise and more of an introspective snapshot of one woman's life, rather than the sweeping "good will toward men" sentimentality that often accompanies such holiday fare. For some, the unconventional, chatty script will be a refreshing change; the chance for a fun evening spent with your best girlfriends, the newest of which is up on stage telling you about her last twelve dates. For those with Buddy the Elf-caliber Christmas tendencies, however, this feels more like a story that's set at Christmas, rather than a Christmas story through and through.

That said, Twelve Dates does indeed serve up laughs and the rush of new love - a yummy buffet of the warm feelings one craves at the holidays. It also wisely make you think about how the holidays affect those who are vulnerable, insecure, and grieving, wherever that grief stems from. Mary's breakup is one example of how a person might feel emotionally mixed-up and uncharacteristically alone at this time of year, and her story serves as a reminder to reach out to those people - and maybe stop asking about their love life at the family Christmas party.


          Murder Monday - Interconnections In Shelton Laurel Murders      Cache   Translate Page      
These people were not related to any of my lines. I just came across their stories in researching and then found the newspaper stories and couldn't resist making a post about the stories.


Ida Bell Franklin was born 10/14/1875 in Madison County, NC to Mitchell Tillery Franklin (DOB 9/11/1848 in Madison County, NC; DOD 4/27/1933 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) and Delaney Jane Norton (DOB 12/24/1851 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 9/25/1933 in Mars Hill, Madison County, NC).

Mitchell Tillery Franklin and Delana Jane Norton had Vina Franklin, George Logan Franklin, Ida Bell Franklin, Hattie Franklin, Bettie Franklin, Daisy Franklin, Manley Winston Franklin, Martha Jane Franklin, Sophia Franklin, Milburn Franklin, Edna Franklin, Roburla "Burlie" Franklin, Bonnie Franklin. That is 3 boys and 10 girls!

1880 U.S. Census of Shelton Laurel, Madison County, North Carolina; Roll: 971; Page: 28D; Enumeration District: 124, "Mitchell Franklin"
Mitchell Franklin, W(hite), M(ale), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in NC, Father born in NC, Mother born in TN
Delana Franklin, W, F, 28 yrs old, Wife, Married, Keeping house, Born in NC, Both parents bron in NC
Vina Franklin, W, F, 10 yrs old, Daughter, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
George Franklin, W, M, 8 yrs old, Son, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Ida Belle Franklin, W, F, 8 yrs old (DOB 1872), Daughter, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Hattie Franklin, W, F, 2 yrs old, Daughter, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC

In 1894, Ida Bell Franklin had a son by unknown father named Jeter Logan Franklin on 1/1/1894 in NC. He grew up and married twice: Tullis Blanche Chandley and Georgia Bailey. Ida Bell Franklin's parents raised Jeter Logan Franklin.

Ida Bell Franklin married William Baxter Shelton, Sr. on 1/9/1895 in Greene County, TN.

Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1780-2002
Name: Belle Franklin
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 9 Jan 1895
Marriage Place: Greene, Tennessee, USA
Spouse: William Shelton

William Baxter Shelton was born 9/29/1877 in Madison County, NC to William Riley Shelton (DOB 12/11/1836 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 2/3/1896 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) and Mary Riddle (aka Mollie Riddle, Polly Riddle) (DOB Abt. 1837 in Madison County, NC; DOD ? ).

William Riley Shelton was 1st married to Martha Jane Johnson (DOB Abt. 1839 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD Abt. 1875 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) on 3/1/1855 in Craven County, NC. They had five children:

1) Arminda Shelton (DOB 7/13/1857 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 5/25/1941 in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN) married Levi "Bud" Shelton, Solomon Hensley, David Shelton.

2) Noah Shelton (DOB 3/7/1858 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; D)D 4/9/1935 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC)

3) Bluferd Elbridge Shelton (DOB 12/27/1861 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 12/19/1925 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC)

4) Bayless Shelton (DOB 1/27/1865 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 1/23/1926 in Jasper, Marion County, TN)

5) Jersey Lynn Shelton (DOB 1/1/1868 in Madison County, NC; DOD 6/13/1944 in Madison County, NC) married John S. Chandley.

William Riley Shelton was 2nd married to Amanda "Mandy" Jane Norton (DOB 5/10/1859 in Madison County, NC; DOD 11/13/1947 in Bridgeport, Cocke County, TN) on 9/12/1875 in Washington County, TN. They had one child:

1) Laura Annie Shelton (DOB 5/13/1879 in Madison County ,NC; DOD 9/27/1959 in ?  ) married Thomas John Brisco Hensley.

William Riley Shelton married 3rd Mary "Polly" Riddle. They had two children:

1) William Baxter Shelton, Sr. (DOB 9/29/1877 in NC; DOD 5/6/1912 in Madison County, NC) married Ida Bell Franklin and Mary Katherine "Kittie" Moore on 8/3/1886 in Craven County, NC.

2) Vianna E. Shelton (DOB 4/13/1880 in NC; DOD 6/5/1956 in Washington College, Washington County, TN) married Champ Harrison Briggs (DOB 7/29/1870 in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN; DOD 2/21/1954 in Greeneville, Greene County, TN).

Mary Riddle was also married twice. She was first married to Solomon "Sol" Chandley (DOB 7/13/1825 in NC; DOD 11/25/1910 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) on 11/15/1869 in Madison County, NCChandley had children with 3 different women: Juda "Judy" Shelton (1833-1910). He had 12 children with Judah SheltonJudy Shelton was born (7/1833 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 8/27/1910 in Madison County, NC) to David Eli Shelton and Catherine MillerJudy was the younger sister of William Riley Shelton.

 Sol Chandley and Mary Riddle had 4 children. And he had Hattie Chandley with Eliza ? .

Although he married Mary Riddle on 11/15/1869, he was having children with Judy Shelton before and after his wedding to Mary. That would be awkward.



Statesville Record and Landmark, Statesville, NC, 2/28/1895, Pg 7
A special to the Asheville Citizen from Marshall, Madison County, says a fight occurred on Shelton Laurel Sunday night in which Everett Shelton was shot and supposed to be mortally wounded by James Stanton, who made his escape. At the same time and place Boss Stanton was shot and killed by Baxter Shelton. At the time he was shot he was making a brutal assault on Shelton with a pistol. Shelton first begged for peace but Stanton was determined to fight. The affray is the result of an old feud.

News and Observer, Raleigh, NC, 3/1/1895, Pg 1
Asheville, N.C., Feb. 28-Everett Shelton, who was shot by Jim Stanton at Shelton Laurel, Madison County, Sunday night, has died. At last accounts Jim Stanton and Baxter Shelton, who killed a man apiece, had not been caught.

The Asheville Weekly Citizen, Asheville, NC, 3/1/1895, Pg 1
Madison's Last Tragedy
Particulars Of The Double Killing On Shelton Laurel Sunday Night
E.F. Chandley of this city has received a letter from his brother, J.C. Chandley, who lives on Shelton Laurel, Madison County, near the scene of last Sunday night's tragedy.
From the particulars given in the letter it appears that there were five men engaged in the difficulty, which occurred at "Son" Franklin's house. The five were "Boss" Stanton and Everett Shelton, James Stanton and Rod. Shelton. An old grudge had existed between "Boss" Stanton and Baxter Shelton, and when the men met these two agreed to go outside and talk the matter over.
As the disappeared in the darkness Stanton took hold of Shelton's right arm. Shelton said after the tragedy that Stanton snatched his pistol out of his right hand and fired at his head. Shelton, who, it seems, usually carried two pistols, caught a pistol from his left pocket with his left hand and shot Stanton in the breast. Stanton died in 15 or 20 minutes.
At this time James Stanton and Rod. Shelton were standing near the door. Everett Shelton, who was a short distance from them, stepped toward the door. Stanton warned him not to draw his pistol. Shooting then began between the men in the house, and a bullet from Stanton's pistol took effect in Everett Shelton's breast, causing his death Monday morning. Some 15 shots were fired during the fray. James Stanton and Baxter Shelton were slightly wounded. The letter, which was written Monday, said the men had escaped.
The parties to the terrible affair were not brothers, as at first stated. James Stanton is an uncle of "Boss," and the Sheltons are second cousins.

Hamilton News Press - Marion County, AL - March 7, 1895 - Transcribed and submitted by Veneta McKinney
A BAD BLOOD LETTING -
Information was received at Asheville, N. C. Monday afternoon of a shooting affray that occurred at Shelton Laurel, a wild mountainous section in Madison CountyBaxter and Everette Shelton, brothers, (not brothers but cousins, see below) were engaged in a game of cards with "Boss" and Jim Stanton, brothers, when a dispute arose, with the result that "Boss" Stanton was shot and instantly killed by Baxter Shelton and Everette Shelton was mortally wounded by Jim Stanton. Bad blood had existed for some time.

Who were the people in this story and how were they related to William Baxter Shelton?
David Eli Shelton and Catherine Miller
William "Bill" Shelton....siblings..........Juda "Judy" Shelton
William Riley Shelton.....1st cousins......Solomon Shelton
William Baxter Shelton...2nd cousins....Everett Hayes Shelton
Everett Hayes Shelton was Baxter Shelton's second cousins.

James William Stanton (DOB 5/18/1867 in Madison County, NC; DOD 10/25/1916 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC) married 1st Lucretia Corly on 9/22/1889 in Craven County, NC. He married 2nd Maud Odell (DOB Abt. 1886 in ? ; DOD ? in ? ) on 10/31/1908 in Craven County, NC. They had five children. James Stanton's parents were George Stanton and Mary Cook. James' only brother was Ephraim Stanton. I don't know if he was "Boss" Stanton.



Ida Bell Franklin and William Baxter Shelton, Sr. had a child:

1) Flossy Franklin Shelton (DOB 1/3/1896 in Marshall, Madison County, NC; DOD 8/10/1989 in Asheville, Buncombe County, NC) married Jesse Vinson Wallin (DOB 11/7/1893 in NC; DOD 5/11/1989 in Madison County, NC).

Ida Bell Franklin had a son with unknown father:

1) Garrison Franklin (DOB 1/23/1898 in Madison County, NC; DOD 2/10/1917 in Madison County, NC of "supposed paralysis"), never married



Asheville Daily Gazette, Asheville, NC, 1/7/1898, Pg 2
Madison County Outlawry
Not since the days of "Redmond, the Outlaw," has there been such a reign of terror in Western North Carolina, as has existed in the counties of Yancey and Madison for the past few months. Brief accounts of the several high handed acts of lawlessness by George McCurry and Baxter Shelton have been published in the Gazette. It was hoped that the last tragedy, of a fortnight ago, in Madison County, in which Baxter Shelton figured as chief actor, of serious fatalities, in which he would appear. It seems however that the end is not reached. Hardy Merrell, one of the most responsible citizens of Madison County, called at the Gazette office last night, and reported that he had information that Baxter Shelton was still in the vicinity of Laurel, accompanied by a band of lawless men and defying the officers of the law who have warrants for his arrest. It is reported that this band of outlaws are well equipped with arms and are perpetrating various acts of lawlessness within the vicinity where they live to the terror of the citizens. It is also reported that in Yancey County the notorious George McCurry is still engaged in open violation of the revenue laws and defies any and all officers to disturb him in his operations. It is reported on good authority that Baxter Shelton has shot six men since Christmas and is still at large. Mr. Merrell says that the good people of Madison County are indignant at the recent outbreak of lawlessness in that county, and are determined to see that these desperadoes are brought to justice.



Shelton Laurel area



I found these photos online about Shelton Laurel and hiking some trails there. I thought these showed how dense the mountain laurel could be which is where the area gets it's name and why it was remote and isolated. During the War of Northern Aggression there could be snipers and men behind every bush.

Here are photos of mountain laurel.








11/2/1899
Surrounded And Captured
Baxter Shelton, Champ Briggs and Jack Shelton Suspected Of The Crime
Baxter Shelton, Champ Briggs and Jack Shelton are no (sic) exected (sic) of being the murderers of Lemuel Jackson near Greeneville last week.
A gentleman who was in the chase after the murderers told a Journal and Tribune reporter of the latest developments in the case. He preferred for personal reasons that his name not be used.
the above named men were followed by bloodhounds many miles into the mountains to a place known as Shelton Laurel, where the laurel bushes grow so thickly that the trail could not be followed further.
The sheriffs of Greene, Hamblen and Cocke counties were among the pursuers. The bloodhound of the sheriff of Cocke county, which is one of the best sleuths in East Tennessee, followed the trail.
The pursuing party was on foot and following the lead of the hounds passed over spots where the Sheltons and Briggs had been seen. Reaching a creek running from the mountains the trail was for a time lost, showing that the fleeing parties had waded the stream.
The hound followed the bank and where the party came out of the creek she took up the trail anew. She went directly to houses of the Sheltons and Briggs in the mountains. Then the trail was taken up afresh and followed to the Shelton Laurels-an almost impenetrable growth of laurel bushes of miles in extent. The case was there given up.
The Journal and Tribune's informant says that the son and son-in-law of the murdered man have turned up and no one longer suspects them of the crime.
Mrs. Jackson was seen at her home, which is a very nice one and told the story of the murder to the Journal and Tribune's informat (sic). The house has iron bars to its windows and is calculated to confirm suspicion that a large sum of money was kept in the house.
Mrs. Jackson had gone to the woodpile on the morning of the murder when she was accosted by three men with blackened faces, one of whom asked for something to eat, while the other two proceeded toward the house.
Lemuel Jackson, hearing the noise, went to the door. As he did so one of the men said, "We've got you this time," and then commanded Jackson to hold up his hands. One hand went up while the other went behind the door for a gun.
Five shots were fired at him. Mrs. Jackson was then told to tell the whereabouts of his money. She was told that if she would stay away from the telephone, which was in the house, and keep buiet (sic), she would not be hurt. Mrs. Jackson then told them that her husband had some money in a secret pocket of his underwear on the inside of his right leg, near the trunk of the body.
Six hundred dollars was thus obtained, and Mrs. Jackson said the two Sheltons and Briggs had been to the house in the summer and that her husband drove them away with a Winchester rifle.











I could not find where they ever arrested the murderers or got any conviction.

How were all these men related? Jack Shelton was born 4/22/1862 in Madison County, NC to Roderick "Rod" Shelton (DOB 5/1825 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 5/18/1921 in ? ) and Mary Polly Mercer (DOB 3/1822 in Madison County, NC; DOD 1906 in Madison County, NC). Rod Shelton was the son of David Eli Shelton and Catherine Miller.

David Eli Shelton and Catherine Miller
Children of David Eli Shelton William "Bill" Shelton.......Roderick Shelton...........Juda "Judy" Shelton
Grandchildren: Son of William "Bill" Shelton: William Riley Shelton
Grandchildren: Son of Roderick Shelton: Jack Shelton
Grandchildren: Son of Juda "Judy" Shelton: Solomon Shelton
Great Grandchild: Son of William Riley Shelton: William Baxter Shelton
Jack Shelton was Baxter Shelton's first cousin once removed.

Lemuel Jackson was born 8/8/1827 in Greene County, TN to Lemuel Jackson and Jane Dishman. He was killed 10/27/1899 in Greene County, TN. He was married to Emeline Lawson (DOB 5/30/1833 in Greene County, TN to Stephen Lawson and Catharine Freshour; DOD 4/22/1917 in Greene County, TN).



Ida Bell Franklin and William Baxter Shelton must have divorced before the 1900 U.S. Census as both are living "Single" in different households.

1900 U.S. Census of Shelton Laurel, Madison, North Carolina; Page: 5; Enumeration District: 0074; FHL microfilm: 1241205, "John Shelton"
John Shelton, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born May, 1864, 36 yrs old, Married 11 yrs, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Jersey Shelton, Wife, W, F, Born Jan, 1867, 33 yrs old, Married 11 yr, 4 children with 4 still living, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Cannot read and write
Sylvania Shelton, Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1889, 11 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
William F. Shelton, Son, W, M, Born Mar, 1893, 7 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Valary Shelton, Daughter, W, F, Born Mar, 1896, 4 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Bunny Shelton, Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1899, 1 yr old, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Iday Franklin (sic), Servant, W, F, Born Oct, 1875, 24 yrs old, Single, 3 children with 3 still living, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farm laborer, Can read and write
Garison Franklin (sic), L-Daughter (sic), W, M, Born Jan, 1898, 2 yrs old, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC

1900 U.S. Census of Shelton Laurel, Madison, North Carolina; Page: 5; Enumeration District: 0074; FHL microfilm: 1241205, "Polly Shellon" (sic)
Polly Shellon, Head, W(hite), F(emale), Born May, 1840, 60 yrs old, Widowed, 9 children with 7 still living, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Bakster Shellon (sic), Son, W, M, Born Sept, 1877, 22 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farm laborer, Can read and write
Flossy Franklin, Granddaughter, W, F, Born May, 1896, 4 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Nancy Shelton, Servant, W, F, Born Mar, 1879, 21 yrs old, Single Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farm laborer, Can read and write

On 11/27/1901, Baxter Shelton married Mary Katherine "Kittie" Moore in Craven County, NC. Mary Katherine Moore was born 1/18/1883 in TN. They had:

1) Glenna Faye Shelton (DOB 10/30/1902 in Unicoi County, TN; DOD 8/6/1981 in Jefferson County, KY) married Fletcher Roosevelt Cole (DOB 12/10/1902 in VA; DOD 12/1986 in Louisville, Jefferson County, KY).

2) Mamie Dorothy Shelton (DOB 2/16/1905 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 7/14/1985 in Gastonia, Gaston County, NC) married Haywood Gordon Kincaid (DOB 12/5/1898 in Gaston County, NC; DOD 12/4/1963 in Gastonia, Gaston County, NC).

3) William Beauford Shelton (DOB 2/1/1907 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 1/8/1989 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC) married Natalie Louise Lumpkin (DOB 1/24/1910 in New Bern, Craven County, NC; DOD 4/15/1985 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC).

4) Clayton Jackson Shelton (DOB 8/16/1909 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 2/17/1995 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC)

5) Dwight Eugene Shelton (DOB 7/16/1910 in Madison County, NC; DOD 10/8/1972 in Sebring, Highlands County, NC) married Eva Mary Owens (DOB 2/16/1926 in Glade Springs, Washington County, VA; DOD 4/16/2005 in Avon Park, Highlands County, FL).

6) William Baxter Shelton, Jr. (DOB 3/14/1912 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 5/16/1986 in Burkeville, Nottoway County, VA) married Emily Cutshall (DOB 6/15/1913 in Madison County, NC; DOD 9/8/1987 in Asheville, Buncombe County, NC)


The 3 men in this story who captured John Pate are Jim Shelton, Grant Shelton and Baxter Shelton. There are more than one Jim and Grant Sheltons. But I believe these 3 men to be second cousins.

David Eli Shelton (the ancestor they had in common)

Sons of David Eli Shelton: John Robert Shelton, Sr. and William Bill Shelton

Grandsons: Sons of John Robert Shelton, Sr.: John Robert Shelton, Jr., Ulysses Grant Shelton, James H. Shelton
Grandsons: Sons of William Bill Shelton: William Riley Shelton

Great Grandsons: Sons of John Robert Shelton, Jr.James Jacob Shelton and Grant Shelton
Great Grandsons: Sons of William Riley Shelton: William Baxter Shelton


The North Carolinian, Raleigh, NC, 4/26/1906, Pg 5
Capture of Pate
The Man Who Stamped A Woman To Death
He Is Taken By Three Men, Who, Spurred By Offer Of Reward, Track Him Into Tennessee
Asheville, N.C., April 23-John Pate, the Madison County desperado, who it is alleged committed one of the most brutal and dastardly murders ever perpetuated in western North Carolina, and who, in company with ten others, escaped from the Buncombe County jail last October has been recaptured and was this morning brought here and again placed behind lock and key.
The capture was made in the Bald Mountains, in Union County, Tennessee, early Sunday morning by three Madison county men who had heard of Pate's whereabouts and were seeking to obtain the $300 reward offered for his capture. Jim Shelton, Baxter Shelton and Grant Shelton. The men, as quick on the trigger and desperate of chances as Pate himself, heard that the outlaw was hiding in the fastnessess of the Bald Mountains, and Friday morning they left Madison County over the rough trail, going horseback and on foot. House after house was searched in the vicinity of his hiding place and finally the man was located in a dilapidated shack which had every appearance of being deserted, with open windows and crumbling roof. Pate was asleep on a bunk, as was also another man lying in the opposite side of the room, and the alleged murderer was awakened by the flash of a lantern.
He instantly sprang for a table across which were lying two shot guns and some knives, but was as quickly covered and ordered to halt. He and his companion made further effort to reach the weapons but were sternly warned, and while two men outside kept the inmates of the room in check. Baxter Shelton batered (sic) down the door. An entrance having been effected, the men bound their prize and set out to retrace their slow and tortuous way. They stated here today they had slept almost none in the past three days, but that their prisoner had given them no trouble.
Pate appeared unconcerned today. He stated that he has ever since his escape lived in the Bald Mountains.
It has been two years since Pate is alleged to have killed Mrs. Johanna Crowder of California Creek, Madison County, murdering her in a brutish manner that has scarcely a parallel in Madison's criminal annals. It is alleged that he attacked the woman in a lonely place near her home and that he literally stamped her to death. When she was almost in a dying condition he forced from her a promise to state that her condition was due to an accident and compelled her to return to her home. She died shortly after, having stated, however that Pate had killed her. Pate then fled, living on what is aptly known as the Wolfe's Den until about eight months afterwards when he was captured by United States Marshal Barnes and a posse. He was lodged in the Madison jail was then brought to Asheville for safekeeping and subsequently made his escape in the jail delivery.


Madison County Record, Marshall, NC, 6/7/1909, Pg 5
Baxter Shelton and Champ Briggs were here from Shelton Laurel Monday and Tuesday.


The French Broad News, Marshall, NC, 9/14/1911, Pg 4
Shooting At White Rock
The Little Rock baseball team came over from Halewood Friday and played White Rock two games on Saturday. The morning game was 14 to 3 in favor of White Rock. The evening game was 12 to 3 in favor of White Rock.
As we were all coming from the game, I, in company with Baxter Shelton and one of the Little Rock boys, was passing Gordon Gilbert's house. Gordon shot at Baxter. Then Baxter got off his horse and fired on Gilbert and then started toward home. Gilbert then fired several times, one shot hitting Shelton on the right leg, 6" above the knee. Gilbert shot at Shelton as long as he could see him. The boys had some trouble a few days ago over the store account.
J.S. Ray


Notice that Gordon Gilbert was shooting at Baxter Shelton in 1911 and now Harm Gilbert is with Shelton when Champ Briggs murders him in 1912. Wonder if they were related?


Asheville Gazette News, Asheville, NC, 5/6/1912, Pg 1
Shot To Death Old Feud Case
Story of Killing Of Baxter Shelton By Champ Briggs Comes From Madison
W.S. Rice of Madison County was in Asheville today and told of a homicide that occurred on Laurel in No. 2 township Saturday afternoon in which "Champ" Briggs shot and almost instantly killed Baxter Shelton. Mr. Rice stated that the killing was the result of an old drudge (sic) about politics; that the two men had met to talk the matter over when the trouble occurred.
According to his statement Shelton had handed his pistol to Briggs to show that he meant no harm. Then, he stated, Briggs began firing at a man named Gilbert, who was with Shelton. Gilbert ran and then Briggs turned the pistol on Shelton shooting him in the chest and neck. Both men were prominent in the section. They were men of property and each had a store.
It is said that Briggs made no attempt to escape and is now in jail at Marshall.


Let's take a moment to look at who Champ Briggs was. Champ Harrison Briggs was born 7/29/1880 in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN to John Logan Briggs (DOB 2/28/1848 in Yancey County, NC to John Lee Briggs and Anna Melissa Garland; DOD 11/22/1934 in Unicoi County, TN)  and Mary Briggs (DOB 8/1849 in TN to Benjamin Franklin Briggs and Nancy McFarland; DOD ? in ? ). Champ Briggs MARRIED A SHELTON, Vianna Shelton. Vianna Shelton was born 4/13/1880 in NC to William Riley Shelton (DOB 12/11/1836 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 2/3/1896 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) and Mary Polly Riddle (DOB 1839 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 1875 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC). that means that Vianna Shelton and William Baxter Shelton were brother and sister. Baxter's parents were also William Riley Shelton and his third wife Mary Polly Riddle. The only 2 children of William Riley Shelton and his third wife, Mary Polly Riddle, were Vianna Shelton and William Baxter Shelton. So Champ Briggs was Baxter Shelton's brother-in-law! I'm surprised this isn't mentioned in the newspaper reports?!? I worked on this family for two days trying to figure out the relationships. If you read this blog post thoroughly you will see that the newspaper reports are saying some things and not saying others. I think there was a lot of inner-community and inner-family conflicts and politics. Basically everyone was afraid of the bullies in the community of Shelton Laurel. I think even the sheriffs, judges, newspapers were afraid of them. People in the community probably didn't talk, or even lied, because they had to live in the community. They had to go home and if the police couldn't, or wouldn't, stop them, then they could be the target next. And, someone in the community might take care of the problem in a little mountain justice? As out of control as Baxter Shelton evidently was, is it possible that Champ Briggs was administering a little justice? Maybe that's why he got acquitted of murder? Or was Champ Briggs the bully and everyone was just afraid of him so let him get away with it? The newspaper accounts have Champ Briggs admitting on the stand that he had shot (killed?) 15-22 men since he'd moved from Tennessee to the Shelton Laurel community of Madison County. I can only speculate based on the newspaper reports. I can't really judge. It sounds like they both were pretty messed up and caused a lot of trouble and pain.



Greensboro Daily News, Greensboro, NC, 5/7/1912, Pg 1
Homicide In Madison Co.
Champ Briggs Kills Baxter Shelton Over Political Grudge
Asheville, May 6-W.S. Rice, of Madison County, here today told of a homicide in Laurel, No. 2 township, Saturday afternoon, in which Champ Briggs fatally shot Baxter Shelton. The trouble was an old political grudge. The men had agreed to talk the matter over and Shelton handed Briggs his pistol to show friendliness. Rice says that Briggs first fired at the man who was with Shelton, and then fired twice into Shelton, who died instantly. Briggs made no effort to escape. He is in Madison County jail. Both are prominent locally.


Asheville Citizen Times, Asheville, NC, 12/19/1912, Pg 10
Briggs Case Goes To The Jury Today
Some Of The Lawyers Have Presented Arguments
T.S. Rollins, for Prosecution, and Congressman Gudger, for the Defense Remain To Be Heard
Although Superior Court adjourned yesterday from three o'clock until five in the afternoon so that the jury could attend the lecture of William Jennings Bryan, more progress was made in the trial of Champ Briggs, for the alleged murder of Baxter Shelton, than was hoped for by the attorneys at any time before the case was taken up. After several witnesses testified as to the character of the defendent and the deceased, argument was taken up by the attorneys in the case and when court adjourned last night only two attorneys remained to be heard before the jury will received their charge by Judge B.F. Long.
Guy Roberts was the first attorney to address the judy (sic) for the prosecution and for some time he reviewed the testimony of the chief witness, Harmon Gilbert, the only eyewitness to the tragedy. Mr. Roberts emphasized the fact that it had been testified that Briggs had shot Shelton with his own gun.
P.W. McElroy was the first attorney to speak in behalf of the prisoner and Mr. McElroy made an eloquent plea for the man who is charged with the murder of Shelton. Mr. McElroy featured in his speech the testimony of Briggs himself, who swore that he was forced to kill Shelton in self defense.
Solicitor Robert R. Reynolds began his address to the jury before court adjourned at one o'clock and he outlined the law on the subject of self defense. Mr. Reynolds made a plea for the conviction of Briggs upon the grounds that he is one of the most notorious gunmen of the state. He told the jury that in the interests of justice they were under obligations to every citizen of the state to render a verdict of guilty. Mr. Reynolds had not finished his speech when the court adjourned for Bryan's lecture.
When court reconvened at five o'clock the attorneys seemed to be willing to make short addresses and and each of the lawyers summed the points of his argument up very briefly. J.E. Swain followed Mr. Reynolds with a short argument for the defense. W.W. Zachary of Brevard then made an address on the legal side of the self defense question and also took up some of the testimony. Mr. Zachary said there was no plausible grounds for the plea of self defense in the testimony. None of the attorneys seemed to lay particular stress on the testimony of Briggs who testified for several hours in his own behalf. They deprecated the testimony of the defendant, because he was interested in the matter while it was said that Gilbert, the star witness for the state was entirely disinterested. On the other hand the attorneys for the defense claim that Gilbert was an accomplice of Sheltons and came with Shelton to Briggs' home for the purpose of raising trouble.
Thomas S. Rollins will close for the prosecution this morning with the longest of the speeches and Congressman J.M. Gudger will address the jury for the defense. The case will probably go to the jury after the charge by Judge B.F. Long, about noon.


The Lenoir Topic, Lenoir, NC, 12/24/1912, Pg 1
Kept Pistol In His Room At Jail
Asheville, Dec. 18-That Sheriff Buckner of Madison County, allowed him to keep a pistol in his room at the jail, allowed him to eat at the family table and allowed him to drink whiskey whenever he so desired were the startling statements made on the witness stand yesterday by Champ Briggs, who is on trial here for the alleged murder of Baxter Shelton several months ago. Briggs case was transferred to Buncombe County from Madison because the State insisted that he could not get a fair trial in the latter county.
Sheriff Buckner has not yet taken the stand, and so has had no chance to either confirm or deny the charges made by Briggs. Mr. Buckner is the same sheriff who was recently severely reprimanded by Judge Boyd in Federal court here for arresting a witness and taking him back to Madison county before the Federal court had released the witness. At the time Judge Boyd delivered a severe lecture on the rights of State officials to interfere with Federal cases and only a quick apology saved Sheriff Buckner from serious consequences.
Briggs and Shelton quarreled so it is testified, over political differences and it finally led to the killing of Shelton. Briggs on the stand yesterday, claimed that he shot in self defense, although he admitted having shot six other men in the past twenty two years since he moved to Madison county. He says he has shot at about fifteen men in that time.
About fifty witnesses for the defense remain to be heard.





Hickory Democrat, Hickory, NC, 1/2/1913, Pg 2
Champ Briggs, acquitted in Asheville for the killing of Baxter Shelton, of Laurel, Madison County, testified that he was the star boarder at the county jail of Madison as long as he remained there. He said that Sheriff W.M. Buckner allowed him to keep his gun with him in his cell, drink all the whiskey he wanted and eat at the table with the sheriff and his family.


I found one last mention of Baxter Shelton:
https://books.google.com/books/content?
SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER Pg 537
Appeal from criminal court Madison county Ewart Judge James Stanton and Rod Shelton were convicted of murder in the second degree and appeal Affirmed JM Moody for appellant The Attorney General and J M Gudger Jr for the State MONTGOMERY J The indictment is for murder A special venire was ordered and return thereof made The defendants challenged the array on the grounds First that the sheriff had failed to summon several of the special venire drawn from the jury box second that the jury boxes had not been revised by the county commissioners The court properly declined to hear either one of the grounds of objection There was no allegation that the sheriff acted corruptly or with partiality in summoning the venire or that anything had been done affecting the integrity and fairness of the entire panel in State v Whitt 113 NC 716 18 SE 715 a challenge was made to the array one of the grounds being because one of those named in the venire was not summoned The objection was overruled and this court affirmed the ruling of the court below The same point had been decided in State v Hensley 94 NC 1021 in the last named case it was decided that while the county commissioners who had failed to revise the jury list according to law were guilty of neglect highly culpable and the clerk and sheriff were equally negligent in the performance of their respective duties as to the locking custody and safe keeping of the box yet the regulations concerning these matters were directory and not mandatory and that the only essential was to obtain a fair and impartial jury composed of eligible men it was not suggested even in the defendant's objection that any names in the jury box were improperly there or that any had been put there fraudulently or that any had been taken out There was not even a suspicion hinted at that the defenounts might be prejudiced in the trial by reason of the matters stated in the opinion and it does not appear anywhere that they were prejudiced There was no error in the ruling of his honor The first special venire having been exhausted before the jury had been completed the court made an order that another special venire of 30 returnable at once should be summoned Upon the return of this venire the defendants objected on the ground that as the first venire had been drawn from the jury box the court did not have the power to order a second venire to be summoned by the sheriff from the bystanders The objection was overruled and his honor was right in bo doing The statute section 1739 of the Code provides that the judge in his discretion has the power the first venire proving insufficient to order a further venire to be drawn from the box or summoned by the sheriff State v Brogden 111 NC 656 16 SE 170 construes the power of the judge under that statute Exceptions were made by the defendants to the ruling of his honor admitting the testimony of Jamison Chandley George Franklin Hattie Franklin and Baxter Shelton witnesses for the state Chandley had testified at considerable length when the defendants counsel objected without specifying what part of the evidence he objected to He was informed by the solicitor that the object of the testimony was to show a conspiracy between the defendants to assault and beat deceased or to kill him The witness then continued his testimony at great length when objection was again made because there was no conspiracy charged in the indictment and the conspiracy ought to be shown first before any circumstances were admissible and the defendants objected to this whole evidence on that line as given so far The witness still proceeded at length when defendants objected to all this testimony if made to show a conspiracy The witness in the beginning of his testimony leading up to the meeting of the parties an hour or so before the homicide occurred stated some immaterial things of no harm to the defendants without objection As he proceeded he narrated facts and circumstances strongly going to show a conspiracy between the defendants to assault and beat the deceased The witness was also an eyewitness to the killing and gave the details with clearness and in an intelligent manner We have read his testimony and we fail to see that it was objectionable if however it had contained objectionable matter the defendants ought to have pointed out from the general mass of the whole evidence the parts that were alleged to be obnoxious

Pg 538 SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER
Earnhardt v Smith 8C NC 473 the then Chief Justice Smith said for the court As a rule of practice a party Is not allowed to except generally to testimony severable Into distinct parts some of which are competent and others not and afterwards single out and assign as error the admission of the Incompetent parts The exception as embracing the whole testimony must be valid or it will not oe sustained It Is not erroneous to refuse to rule out a volume of testimony when portions of it ougut to be received and therefore the salutary rule of practice prevails which requires that th e obnoxious evidence should be specifically pointed out and brought to the notice of the court in order to a direct ruling on its reception This ruling was affirmed In Smiley v Pearce 98 NC 185 3 SE 631 and In Hammond v Schlff 100 NC 175 6 SE 753 The objections to the testimony of the other state witnesses named above were made in the same manner as were those made to Chandley's evidence generally without specifying the parts alleged to be objectionable and for the reasons given for overruling the exceptions to Chandley's evidence the objections to the testimony of the other witnesses were properly overruled We have examined the whole of it however and we are of opinion that It was competent and almost all of It relevant Of course in a large volume of testimony like that which was brought out in this case there must creep in some tautology and prolixity about Immaterial and Irrelevant matters The state also Introduced one Blankenship as a witness for the purpose of proving the conspiracy between the defendants who testified as follows He, that is Rod Shelton the defendant, did not UU what he did. Rod and I were in Jail together and Rod told me that they had been his destruction and ruin forever. He said that he met Bev Stanton, Jim Stanton, and Boss Stanton in the road somewhere near the church and he had been up the creek and had started home and they begged him to come back up the creek and go with them to hunt these boys Baxter and Everett Shelton to get into an affray with them and he said that he turned and went back with them and that was his destruction and ruin. James Stanton the other defendant was not present when this conversation took place. His honor received this testimony as against both defendants and against their objection. Of course the testimony was competent against the defendant Shelton for all purposes. It was not competent against Stanton the other defendant it being a declaration made after the homicide and if the jury had convicted him of murder in the first degree he would be entitled to a new trial The testimony was harmless however because they were convicted of murder in the second degree and by this verdict the jury declared that the conspiracy had not been proved and there was not more than a scintilla of evidence n favor of Stanton going to show excusable homicide Stanton himself in his testimony making statements which alone would have justified the jury In convicting him of murder In the second degree and no witness who saw the killing had a favorable word for him Six special instructions were prayed by the defendants There appear in the case no exceptions to the charge of the Judge nor doe it appear what ruling was made on the request for special Instructions The fourth prayer requesting the court to withdraw the testimony of Blankenship from the Jury was not granted as we notice it in the recapitulation of the evidence by his honor to the jury but as we have before remarked the error in admitting that testimony was harmless On all the other questions involved in the prayer for Instructions his honor's charge was full and in accordance with the law He submitted the question of excusable homicide to the Jury which we doubt if the prisoner Stanton was entitled to There is no error and the judgment la affirmed.




The Charlotte News, Charlotte, NC, 9/28/1913, Pg 17
Sylvania Hensley has been appointed postmaster at Carmen, Madison county, to succeed Champ Briggs who was removed.



Now what happened to Ida Bell Franklin? She got into trouble herself. I found these newspaper reports. In the articles it states that Ida Bell Franklin was a "fast friend" of Persada Shelton until they both fell in love with the same man.  But if this is the same Ida Franklin, Ida Bell Franklin was born 1875 and Persada Shelton was born 1891 so there was 16 years difference in their ages.

Persada Shelton was born 5/2/1891 in Madison County, NC to John Robert Shelton, Jr. (DOB 3/16/1862 in Madison County, NC; DOD 3/14/1937 in Madison County, NC) and Nancy Gentry (DOB 12/25/1865 in NC; DOD 12/24/1931 in ? ). Persada Shelton's named was misspelled many different ways such as Parzada Shelton, Parseda Shelton, Parseada Shelton, Pardeza Shelton, Persadia Shelton. If you look back in this post you will see her father mentioned earlier, John Robert Shelton, Jr. was the son of John Robert Shelton, Sr. who was the son of David Eli Shelton.





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"Keep the rhythm going," calls Robert Garland, Dance Theatre of Harlem's resident choreographer, from the front of the studio. Five company women pulse through a series of syncopated pony steps, upright arabesque sissonnes and funky, Motown-inspired dance moves. It's an open rehearsal in early September, and the company is giving curious audience members a sneak peek at Garland's upcoming world premiere—one of several new works this season as DTH celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Founded in 1969 by former New York City Ballet principal Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook, DTH was groundbreaking in its makeup of mostly African-American dancers, and its insistence that they could excel in ballet. "We were a bunch of dancers who had been told no, we couldn't do this, and Mr. Mitchell was giving us a chance to show that we could," says artistic director Virginia Johnson, a founding company member and former principal. "He was a very demanding taskmaster—he knew there was something very important to prove and that it was on us to prove it."


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For the 50th-anniversary season, the company is bringing back favorite ballets vital to its history, such as Dougla and Adagietto #5, as well as brand-new works. Garland's neoclassical ballet, to music by Michael Nyman, is at times reminiscent of Balanchine's Agon (Mitchell famously starred in the 1957 premiere). "But the idea is more that you're watching The Temptations or The Four Tops," says Garland. He adds that when he was dancing with DTH, the company's primarily African-American culture and its classical, Western European aesthetic lived in two different strata. "In my work, it's important to me to have those two things present and on an equal basis—I believe that holistic approach is the kind of world that Arthur Mitchell believed in and wanted to see."

A few weeks earlier, Mitchell had worked with the dancers in preparation for the season. Sadly, he passed away at age 84 shortly after Pointe photographed Garland's rehearsal. Here, company members reflect on his legacy.


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[RCL] Isaiah 61:10-62:3; Psalm 147 or 147:13-21; Galatians 3:23-25; 4:4-7; John 1:1-18 Isaiah 61:10-62:3 It is clear in the prophecy given to Isaiah that God intends for his people Israel to be a beacon to other nations. The strong imagery of “garland,” “jewels,” “crown,” and “diadem” bespeak a richness that God bestows upon those who […]
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Although it's tempting to cover every surface of your apartment in lights and garland, there are things to think about to stay safe. Here are some holiday safety rules.

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Want to be different and unique this year with your Holiday decor? Here are 17 Christmas tree alternatives that will help you do that.

When it comes to Christmas, the Christmas tree is the most important element in decorating your home for the holidays. But sometimes the good old fir tree just doesn’t cut it, and you want something unique. Now I’m not saying you should throw the green tree away but here are 17 unique ways how you can decorate your home with a different “Christmas tree.”

Most of these Christmas tree alternatives resemble the actual tree enough to count as Holiday decor. But they are different and whimsical enough to be unique. Choose any of these ideas, and your tree will get all the oohs and aahs you want.

The Stack of Books Christmas Tree

The Stack of Books Christmas Tree Alternative

Have a lot of books? Stack them up in a pile that resembles a tree and put some garland lights – you have a unique book tree!

Plywood Christmas Tree Alternative

Plywood Christmas Tree Alternative

A simple but charming Christmas tree alternative is to use a big triangle cutout and hang Christmas cards on it.

Curtain Print Christmas Tree Alternative

Curtain Print Christmas Tree Alternative

Dealing with small space and have little room for a big tree?…

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An immersive "Wizard of Oz" exhibit will greet visitors to the Motion Picture museum in Los Angeles when it opens after a long delay in late 2019, organizers said on Tuesday. A pair of the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the classic 1939 musical, along with costumes, props and exhibits about the behind the scenes making of "The Wizard of Oz," will be installed in the lobby of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Hundreds of other movie memorabilia on show in the main "Where Dreams Are Made" exhibit will include a pair of doors from Rick's Cafe from the movie "Casablanca" and the typewriter used to write Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Museum director Kerry Brougher told reporters on Tuesday that the museum had several goals. "We want to convey the emotional and imaginative power of film... We want to explore the impact of cinema on society and culture at large and most importantly, we need to ensure film's history and its legacy for future generations." The $388 million museum in mid-town Los Angeles is spearheaded by the organizers of the Oscars and has been years in the planning. Plans were first announced in 2012 with a projected 2016 opening but the project was plagued by building delays. The 300,000-sq-foot museum, with two movie theaters and sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills, is now expected to open in about a year, museum officials said on Tuesday. The work of Japanese master animator Hayao Miyazaki will be the subject of the museum's first temporary exhibit, followed by one on African-American cinema from 1900 to 1970 that is scheduled for the fall of 2020.
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The Rochester Public Market has held Holidays at the Market for the past 25 years. There are just two Sundays left this season to attend the free event, which features opportunities to shop for trees, wreaths, garlands, and other decorations; winter clothing, arts and crafts, and local wines, honey, baked goods, and more.…
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Beautiful blooms and darling sweets, this "Oh Baby" Garden Oasis Baby Shower submitted by Elizabeth Solaru of Elizabeth's Cake Emporium, out of London, is an adorable treat!

Filled with details as cute as a button, this celebration is awaiting some loving!

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Balloon Christmas Decor | A Well Crafted Party

I tend to get bored with decor pretty easily and like switching things up from year to year. I am not made of money however so I try my best to come up with fun cost-effective solutions that reuse some of my decor, but still give it a fun twist. Last year I went way […]

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          Preppy Bow & Stripes Digital Printable Party Collection - Mirabelle Creations by MirabelleCreations      Cache   Translate Page      

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A preppy, bright party collection -- perfect for a birthday party, baby shower, or bridal shower! The Collection incorporates a black, white & hot pink color palette with stripes, polka dots & bow patterns.

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Christmas mantel with wreath gallery

This simple tutorial shows how you can easily recycle old garland to make a beautiful wreath gallery for any wall in your home. More Christmas Wreath Projects:  DIY Winter Wreath, Natural Christmas Wreath, Moss Covered Wreaths My mother bought me a beautiful ceramic nativity scene years ago and I always start with it first when decorating […]

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Originally posted in 2007 as part of Thomas MacEntees's Advent Calendar of Christmas Memories.



You know that part of the movie A Christmas Story where
the family goes out to buy the tree and the parents have a little
argument over it? Well, I laugh every time I see it because
like so much in that film it echoes my childhood.

Every Christmas when I was younger either we’d go shopping
for a tree or Dad would buy one on his way home from work.
Now as regular readers of this blog know by now, my Dad was
from Maine. But even more than that, he had experience in trees.
He’d helped his father cutting down trees, and he’d worked for a
landscaper in the Boston area when he’d first come home from
the war. Mom would remind Dad of his experience every year
when the tree was fixed into the tree stand, the rope cut from
the branches and the inevitable big empty space was discovered.
Usually the problem was solved by rotating the tree so the empty
spot was in the back facing the wall. The lights were strung(and
here we differed from the film. We never blew out the fuses.),
then the garlands, the ornaments, and the icicles. Finally the
angel went up on top of the tree and we were all set. With
judicious watering the tree would last us until around “Little
Christmas” at which time it would be undecorated and deposited
curbside to await the dump truck.

Of course our tree paled in comparison to the giant my Mom’s
Uncle Tommy and Aunt Francis had in their home down in
Milton. It was so big they cut the top off and the branches didn’t
taper at the top. They were all the same size: large. I could
never believe they'd gotten that big a tree into the house in the
first place!


Then the first artificial Christmas trees hit the market and Mom
began vowing she was going to get one as she vacuumed up pine
needles from the rug. Eventually we did but that provided us
with new challenges, such as assembling the tree.


As we all grew older the prospect of trying to get the tree
together became less enchanting and so it too was replaced, this
time by a small ceramic musical tree that was lit from within by
a light bulb. I used that tree myself for several years after Mom
died although I felt no great urge to wind it up for the music. It
lasted until a few years back when I dropped it and the base
cracked.

Its replacement is a small artificial tree that I bought at work with
my employee discount along with a garland. Last year some
friends sent me some snowmen ornaments for it. I haven’t put it
up yet but think I will this weekend. It fits on top of the tv.


And at some point over the holidays I’ll see that scene from A
Christmas Story again and grin.

2009 update: I bought a small string of battery powered lights
to add to my tree last week!

2010 update: I lost my Christmas stuff in my move last April so
I'll be picking it up another one at work soon.

2011 update
I bought another teeny Christmas tree with lights and ornaments
at Borders. Since the company closed, it will remind me of my
store when I set it out each year.


2012 update
I haven't put up my teeny Christmas tree yet but plan to do it this weekend.


2013 Update
I'll be putting the tree out tomorrow. I may have to buy a new string of
lights this year since some of the teeny weeny bulbs may have died last year.

2014 Update
I haven't put the teeny Christmas tree up yet again. I think I will do
it tomorrow, though.

2015 Update
The teeny Christmas tree will go up this weekend as soon as I decide 
where it will go this year.   


  






2018 Update:
I still have the teeny Christmas tree which I haven't put up yet.. I may spring for maybe a few of those electric candles for my apartment window, though.

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It's normal for a political party to conduct an "autopsy" after suffering significant electoral losses. However, instead of altering their platform or messaging, Republicans have chosen instead to just dissect democracy as it squirms on the operating table. They've done this in broad daylight, aided by a media that's intent on covering their corruption as simply politics as usual.

The headline for Monday's New York Times article about Republicans' attacks on democracy reads like a press release from the RNC: "Stung by Election Losses, Republicans in the States Seek a Way to Neutralize Democrats." Boo-hoo, voters rejected Republicans in the midterms and they're all up in their feels about it. That's not relevant. What's relevant is that Republicans are cheating. Cheating is not an electoral strategy. This isn't a high-stakes poker game between card sharps.

Right now, Republicans are making efforts to overturn recent elections in Wisconsin and Michigan that didn't go their way. They plan to achieve this through barely legal trickery where they strip the incoming Democratic governors of any executive powers they find inconvenient. This morning, the Wisconsin state Senate approved its power-stripping bill on a 17-16 vote with all Democrats and a single scruple-possessing Republican voting against it.


The long list of proposals Republicans want to consider also includes wide efforts to shore up their strength before Tony Evers, the Democrat who beat Gov. Scott Walker last month, takes office: new limits on early voting, a shift in the timing of the 2020 presidential primary in Wisconsin, and new authority for lawmakers on state litigation. The Republican plan would also slash the power of the incoming attorney general, who is also a Democrat.

These aren't legitimate policy "proposals." They are an obvious reaction to losing with no goal higher or more complex than fixing it so they won't lose again and maybe even didn't really lose the first time. Republicans didn't suddenly get the idea to reduce the governor to a glorified state mascot until a Democrat won.

Democrats appreciate that if the state legislature is Republican-controlled, there are limits to what we can check off our wish list. We have to moderate our agenda. That's why Barack Obama nominated Merrick Garland to replace Justice Scalia and not the ghost of Earl Warren. Republicans chose not to have hearings for Garland at all because why compromise when -- through unprecedented obstruction -- they can have it all?

Over those eight years, the GOP pushed through major policy changes, ranging from union limits, to voter ID requirements, to redistricting. Now Republicans want to make sure Evers can't upend all of their accomplishments come January.

That's why voters elected Evers! It wasn't because of his dashing good lucks (no offense). He campaigned on a specific platform. He won the race. Republicans are ignoring the will of the people and robbing Wisconsin voters in plain sight. The New York Times really doesn't get this, insisting on covering Republican tactics as if they're clever instead of just crooked.

It is a model pioneered in North Carolina, where Republican lawmakers in 2016 tried to restrict the power of the governor after a Democrat was narrowly elected to the post. That set off a bitter court battle that continues to this day.

Pioneered? This isn't the first successful open heart surgery. NPR even described North Carolina Republicans' craven power grab as "precedent" for what's happening in Michigan and Wisconsin. "I dunno, boss, no one's ever shot a New York police captain before." "Check your mob case law! Corleone v. McCluskey."

Back in 2016, Andrew Reynolds, of the Electoral Integrity Project, argued that North Carolina no longer had the essential features of a functioning democracy. Republicans in the state have continued to live down to this reputation. It's become more and more obvious, like a teenager's acne, that Republican Mark Harris's "win" in last month's House race was not entirely on the up and up. The North Carolina GOP is very concerned about "voter fraud" but less worried about outright election theft. They seem to just want to cover it up.

The GOP would like to codify into law that in election years, every county elections board will be chaired by a Republican. That is just shameless. This isn't politics at its worst. It's a banana republic without any good sales on blazers.

When Brian Kemp cheated his way to the Georgia governor's mansion, the civility crowd advised us to keep a cool head and not in any way, shape, or form imply that he "stole" the election. This is not constructive advice because it just emboldens Republicans when they club us in the electoral knee and we shake their hands and say "good race." If we keep pretending the modern-day Republican party is in any way honest or morally upright, very soon we might not have any more elections at all.

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Christmas is a very social holiday. It’s when we exchange gifts, we get together with friends and family and we receive guests. That has plenty to do with the fact that we’re always preoccupied to make our homes look beautiful and welcoming around this holiday. We decorate Christmas trees, we hand garlands and string lights...

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If you plan on setting your table for the holiday season, why not go for something that is easy, simple, and beautiful? Try this Red and Green Garland Centerpiece and Christmas Table Setting from Julie Blanner. It only takes 5 minutes to make this beautiful garland centerpiece and can be repurposed later in your Christmas decor!

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          Naughty Or Nice Christmas Tags in RED ... Santa, Gift Tag, Vintage Look by SweetlyScrappedArt      Cache   Translate Page      

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Have they been naughty or nice? or did they just make it... borderline? You get to decide when you wrap their present! Play Santa! They measure 2 inches by 3 inches and are hand stamped in red. I rounded the corners and then I hand aged the edges with to give them a vintage look. They are blank on the back.

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          Christmas Tags, It's Beginning To Look A Lot like Christmas Gift Packaging, Jute, Kraft by SweetlyScrappedArt      Cache   Translate Page      

2.95 USD

These tags measure 3 1/2 inches by 2 inches are are hand stamped with black ink... They read "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas" in a variety of fonts that go so sweetly together. Topped with jute twine. They are blank on the back.

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          Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Special Gift Tags 6 by SweetlyScrappedArt      Cache   Translate Page      

4.50 USD

Every time I hear this phrase, I always hear that old fashioned Christmas music playing.... These vintage inspired gift tags measure 1 1/2" x 2 1/4" and are hand stamped on heavy 110lb creamy cardstock. There is green holly hand stamped at the top and the bottom and have red glittery holly berries. Then in the center, in true Christmas red, is the phrase "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

♥ Set of 6 tags
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          Sleigh Ride Tags, Christmas Tags, Winter, Wool, Blankets, Cocoa 6 by SweetlyScrappedArt      Cache   Translate Page      

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These vintage inspired tags measure 2 inches by 4 inches and are created on a cream base cardstock. They have aged reinforcements around the holes and are topped with red twine. They also have aged edges to top off the vintage look.

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          Christmas Decor - Part II      Cache   Translate Page      
Happy Wednesday, friends!!!  Today I have my act together and I'm sharing the rest of our Christmas decor.  Jack Bauer says, "come on in" :)  (and yes... that's junk on my stairs because #reallife)





I switched out my Vine and Branches sign and added a garland to the stairs...



It's just a regular garland that I stuck picks and glittery grapevine ornaments in.  I attach it to the railing with velcro strips


We put the tree in the living room again this year and I love that you can see it from outside and can also see it from the family room and kitchen. 





I added a garland to the console in the office...




And a few little touches like vintage ornaments from my grandparents...



I really haven't changed the dining room tree much since our old house and I still love putting it up.













The console table has a garland with wedding ornaments and a few other special ones I had made for the kids (the lamps were a homegoods find)... 



The tree on the left is our "Santa photo tree"...


I found these small frames at Hobby Lobby and wired a holder onto them and we have  picture from every year with Santa...




We are FOR SURE keeping our crazy big stockings for Santa to fill, but I wanted something smaller (that didn't hang directly in front of the fireplace) and a little more neutral this year :)



The glass glitter ornaments are old from Pottery Barn...





The large tiered stand on the table has a few of our Christmas Molly Hatch pieces as well as our Giving Manger (you can read more about that  HERE... it's a great advent tool... I snapped these pictures before we started, but baby Jesus is currently tucked away as we fill the manger with hay throughout the month)




There really isn't much happening in the kitchen...


... but I do have my favorite decoration out in the window.




So there you go!  Christmas at our house!  Twinkle lights make everything better, right??? :) 

HAPPY Wednesday, friends!!!


          Christmas Decor - Part 1      Cache   Translate Page      
My intention today was to show you ALLL of our Christmas decor throughout the house but then my hard drive crashed, my iCloud stopped updating and I lost a chunk of recent photos (NOOOO!!!!).  All that to say, it was just some Christmas decor pics and I am SO GRATEFUL to have my computer back so I'm going to reshoot the pictures and share some of our decor today and some later this week.

If you remember this post I shared about the flocked tree we bought for our bedroom and how excited I was to have a tree in here and a flocked tree at that.  



I filled it with mercury glass ornaments as well as some larger shatterproof ornaments and little crystal picks from Hobby Lobby and absolutely adore it.






I put a few extra ornaments in this compote on our dresser and that was it!  The tree is STUNNING at night and I'm pondering if it would be weird to leave it up in here year round :)


Next is the playroom... my absolute FAVORITE room to decorate for Christmas. 


The tree up here is the BEST and is complete magic at night.  


It's packed with fun ornaments and the kids did this one 100% on their own - which means there's clumps and clusters of ornaments and pretty much nothing on the back side of the tree :)


I let the kids pick out ornaments when we're out and about - these are all from Target and Michaels.  



The more color, the better and anything goes. 



I mean anything - including a taco truck, rocket ship, yeti, narwhal, and the list goes on.


The garland on the tree was a Homegoods find...



And my standing favorite ornament is this little number from Target :)


And here she is in all of her colorful glory :)


We topped it off with a steel drum nativity star from The Marketplace and couldn't love it more.


The bookcase is filled with bottlebrush trees...


... the boys wanted them all on the top shelf "like a forest" so that's what we did!  The trees are from Hobby Lobby, Homegoods and a couple from Michaels.


The sweetest nativity that we picked up at the Christmas Market last year...


... a few Christmas Hohos that were a gift from Crystal at Little Bit Funky...


... and Griffin's handprint Christmas art project from school last year.



Other little touches include the glass lamp full of ornaments and block nativity set on the art table...



... this precious pillow (Homegoods)...


... and a garland on the TV stand.




 I'm excited to share the rest of the house, but honestly, these were the two rooms I was most excited about :)


HAPPY Tuesday, friends!!!

PS - I put together two little scrolling shopping links below to get the look in our bedroom and in the playroom.  They use affiliate links and I so appreciate you reading and supporting my blog!



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          Racist christmas tree      Cache   Translate Page      

USA Today reports that a police station christmas tree garlanded with stereotypically black items and posted to social media resulted in demotions and suspensions.

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo noted that it was "racially insensitive" in a post on the department's Facebook page.

"As soon as it was realized what the display was, it was removed," Arradondo said. "I am ashamed and appalled by the behavior of those who would feel comfortable to act in such a manner that goes against our core department values of Trust, Accountability and Professional Service."

Menthol ciggies and Old English, very clever. This seems to be a thing in Minnesota.

Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey promised to fire the officer responsible by the end of the day but backed down within hours. Funny how that happens. Read the rest


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Oddviti Sjálfstæðismanna í Reykjavík gagnrýnir að skattar séu ekki lækkaðir í nýsamþykktri fjárhagsáætlun. Borgarstjóri segist vera að létta þyngstu byrðarnar. Sumaropnun leikskóla, fleiri NPA-samningar og styrking barnaverndarstarfs er á meðal þess sem bættist við á síðustu metrunum fyrir samþykkt fjárhagsáætlunar Reykjavíkurborgar. Enn er þó gert ráð fyrir sama tekjuafgangi.   Fjárhagsáætlanir Reykjavíkurborgar til næstu fimm ára og næsta árs voru afgreiddar á fjórtán tíma löngum borgarstjórnarfundi í gær. Dagur B. Eggertsson borgarstjóri segist stoltur – stærstu atriðin í langtímaáætluninni séu fimm milljarða fjárveiting til að brúa bil milli fæðingarorlofs og leikskóla og fimm milljarðar í Borgarlínu. En það eru ekki allir jafnánægðir. „Það er tvennt sem stendur upp úr,“ segir Eyþór Arnalds, oddviti Sjálfstæðisflokksins. „Annars vegar miklu meiri skuldsetning á næstu fimm árum en var áætluð bara fyrir ári síðan – tugir milljarða í viðbót. Og svo hitt, að allar álögur og skattar eru í botni. Það er verið að taka meira af laununum hér heldur en í nágrannasveitarfélögunum og fasteignaskattarnir halda áfram að hækka að krónutölu.“ Borgarstjóri bendir á að ákveðið hafi verið að lækka fasteignaskatta á atvinnuhúsnæði á síðari hluta kjörtímabilsins og láta systkinaafslátt ná þvert á skólastig. „Þannig að við erum að létta byrðarnar þar sem þær eru þyngstar,“ segir Dagur. „Við höldum áfram með veglega afslætti fyrir eldri borgara og öryrkja af fasteignasköttum og erum með eitt lægsta álagningarhlutfall fasteignaskatta á landinu.“ Skuldastaða borgarinnar sé góð miðað við önnur sveitarfélög þótt dótturfyrirtæki, sem skapi tekjur á löngum tíma, skuldi töluvert. „Við erum að fjárfesta mikið vegna þess að  við erum á einhverju mesta uppbyggingarskeiði í sögu borgarinnar og erum að taka tiltölulega lítið af því að láni.“ Meirihlutinn gerði breytingar á áætlun næsta árs frá fyrri umræðu. Meðal annars var eftirtöldu bætt við: 27 milljónir í sumaropnanir leikskóla 45 milljónir í að bjóða áfram ókeypis námsgögn í grunnskólum 100 milljónir í að fjölga NPA-samningum 37 milljónir í móttöku barna af erlendum uppruna 60 milljónir í að styrkja Barnavernd 12 milljónir í snjalltækni í samgöngum 15 aukamilljónir í hreinsun borgarlandsins 10 milljónir í að lengja opnunartíma ylstrandarinnar í Nauthólsvík. Þrátt fyrir þessar viðbætur er enn gert ráð fyrir 3,6 milljarða tekjuafgangi á næsta ári, eins og áður. Búið var að gera ráð fyrir slíkum viðbótum í frumvarpinu undir liðnum „Ófyrirséð“ en sá liður var líka hækkaður í gær eftir endurmat á því hversu mikið fé borgin þyrfti að leggja lífeyrissjóðnum Brú til.  
          Scented Clay or Dough Ornaments and Garlands      Cache   Translate Page      

This tutorial, by Sarah of Rocky Hedge Farm, is for a scented salt dough – make your own clay! – which is then cut into shapes and strung or hung or otherwise used for great holiday decorations. It looks … Read More...


          Day 9: Twelve Days of Ornaments-Circle Paper Ornament      Cache   Translate Page      

These paper ornaments are a favorite. I've followed the same technique to make this $1 paper garland and it will forever be a favorite craft for holiday decor.

The post Day 9: Twelve Days of Ornaments-Circle Paper Ornament appeared first on At Charlotte's House.


          UK's Stoops, Allen Receive SEC Honors      Cache   Translate Page      
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is the offensive player of the year and one of five members of the top-ranked Crimson Tide to earn first-team honors on The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference team.

No. 16 Kentucky (No. 14 College Football Playoff ) has the SEC’s defensive player of the year in linebacker Josh Allen and the coach of the year in Mark Stoops. Vanderbilt running back and Illinois transfer Ke’Shawn Vaughn was named newcomer of the year.

Alabama (13-0) is the top seed in the College Football Playoff after overcoming Tagovailoa’s ankle injury to rally past Georgia 35-28 in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday. Kentucky (9-3) will face No. 13 Penn State (9-3, No. 12 CFP) in the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1 after posting its highest regular-season win total since 1977.

Tagovailoa, Allen and Mississippi wide receiver A.J. Brown were unanimous first-team selections.

Tagovailoa, one of the prime contenders for the Heisman Trophy, has thrown 37 touchdown passes with only four interceptions to rank second nationally in passing efficiency. He struggled in the SEC championship game before leaving in the second half with a high ankle sprain, though coach Nick Saban is hopeful the sophomore will be ready for the Dec. 29 Orange Bowl semifinal with No. 4 Oklahoma (12-1).

Allen has recorded 14 sacks to lead all Power Five players. Brown leads the SEC in catches (85) and yards receiving (1,320).

Vaughn has rushed for 1,001 yards and 10 touchdowns while averaging 6.95 yards per carry.

Alabama players joining Tagovailoa as first-team picks include offensive tackle Jonah Williams, center Ross Pierschbacher, wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams.

The Crimson Tide had eight overall all-SEC selections to lead all teams. No. 6 Georgia (No. 5 CFP) had seven players earn all-SEC honors, though cornerback Deandre Baker was the Bulldogs’ only first-team selection.

A panel of 28 writers and broadcasters who cover the SEC voted on the AP all-conference team.

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The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference football team, with position, name, school, height, weight, class and hometown:

FIRST TEAM

Offense

u-WR - A.J. Brown, Mississippi (u), 6-1, 230, Jr., Starkville, Mississippi

WR - Jerry Jeudy, Alabama, 6-1, 192, So., Deerfield Beach, Florida

T - Greg Little, Mississippi, 6-6, 325, Jr., Allen, Texas

T - Jonah Williams, Alabama, 6-5, 301, Jr., Folsom, California

G - Bunchy Stallings, Kentucky, 6-3, 305, Sr., McComb, Mississippi

G - Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, Missouri, 6-5, 330, Jr., East St. Louis, Illinois

C - Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama, 6-4, 309, Sr., Cedar Falls, Iowa

TE - Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M, 6-4, 250, Jr., Kingfisher, Oklahoma

u-QB - Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama, 6-1, 218, So., Ewa Beach, Hawaii

RB - Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky, 5-11, 223, Jr., Westerville, Ohio

RB - Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M, 5-9, 200, Jr., Houston

PK - Cole Tracy, LSU, 5-11, 188, Sr., Camarillo, California

All-purpose - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina, 6-0, 210, Sr., Inman, South Carolina

Defense

DE - Jachai Polite, Florida, 6-2, 242, Jr., Daytona Beach, Florida

DE - Montez Sweat, Mississippi State, 6-6, 245, Sr., Stone Mountain, Georgia

DT - Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State, 6-4, 300, Jr., Macon, Mississippi

DT - Quinnen Williams, Alabama, 6-4, 295, So., Birmingham, Alabama

u-LB Josh Allen, Kentucky, 6-5, 260, Sr., Montclair, New Jersey

LB - Deshaun Davis, Auburn, 5-11, 233, Sr., Prichard, Alabama

LB - Devin White, LSU, 6-1, 240, Jr., Springhill, Louisiana

CB - Deandre Baker, Georgia, 5-11, 185, Sr., Miami

CB - Greedy Williams, LSU, 6-3, 184, So., Shreveport, Louisiana

S - Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State, 6-0, 215, Sr., Columbia, Mississippi

S - Grant Delpit, LSU, 6-3, 203, So., Houston

P - Braden Mann, Texas A&M, 5-11, 190, Jr., Houston

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SECOND TEAM

Offense

WR - Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt, 6-1, 201, Jr., New Orleans

WR - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina, 6-0, 210, Sr., Inman, South Carolina

T - Martez Ivey, Florida, 6-5, 306, Sr., Apopka, Florida

T - Andrew Thomas, Georgia, 6-5, 320, So., Lithonia, Georgia

G - Zack Bailey, South Carolina, 6-6, 314, Sr., Summerville, South Carolina

G - Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas, 6-5, 315, Sr., Svendborg, Denmark

C - Lamont Gaillard, Georgia, 6-2, 308, Sr., Fayetteville, North Carolina

TE - Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt, Jr., 6-4, 255, Norcross, Georgia

QB - Drew Lock, Missouri, 6-4, 225, Sr., Lee’s Summit, Missouri

RB - D’Andre Swift, Georgia, 5-9, 215, So., Philadelphia

RB - Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt, 5-10, 222, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee

PK - Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia, 6-1, 191, Jr., Marietta, Georgia

All-purpose - Mecole Hardman, Georgia, 5-11, 183, Jr., Bowman, Georgia

Defense

DE - Isaiah Buggs, Alabama, 6-5, 286, Sr., Ruston, Louisiana

DE - Raekwon Davis, Alabama, 6-7, 316, Jr., Meridian, Mississippi

DT - Derrick Brown, Auburn, 6-5, 320, Jr., Sugar Hill, Georgia

DT - Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri, 6-4, 295, Sr., East St. Louis, Illinois

LB - De’Jon Harris, Arkansas, 6-0, 245, Jr., Harvey, Louisiana

LB - Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State, 6-1, 250, So., Florence, Alabama

LB —D’Andre Walker, Georgia, 6-3, 245, Sr., Fairburn, Georgia

CB - Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State, 6-2, 175, So., Hammond, Louisiana

CB - Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt, 6-3, 210, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee

S - Mike Edwards, Kentucky, 6-0, 201, Sr., Cincinnati

S - Deionte Thompson, Alabama, 6-2, 196, Jr., Orange, Texas

P - Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU, 6-5, 245, So., Lake Charles, Louisiana

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Offensive Player of the Year —QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

Defensive Player of the Year_LB Josh Allen, Kentucky

Newcomer of the Year —RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt (Illinois transfer)

Coach of the Year_Mark Stoops, Kentucky

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u-Unanimous selection

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Voting Panel:

Reggie Anderson, WLTX, Columbia, South Carolina

Ben Baby, Dallas Morning News

Matt Baker, Tampa Bay (Florida) Times

John Bednarowski, Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal

Robert Cessna, The Eagle, Bryan-College Station, Texas

John Clay, Lexington (Kentucky) Herald-Leader

David Cloninger, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina

Joel Coleman, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Pat Dooley, The Gainesville (Florida) Sun

Garland Gillen, WVUE, New Orleans

Tom Green, Alabama Media Group

Jon Hale, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky

Bob Holt, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Ben Jones, The Tuscaloosa (Alabama) News

Steve Layman, WTVF, Nashville, Tennessee

Logan Lowery, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Maria Martin, WSFA, Montgomery, Alabama

Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Patrick Murray, WBIR, Knoxville, Tennessee

Scott Rabalais, The Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Alex Schiffer, Kansas City Star

Adam Sparks, The Tennessean, Nashville, Tennessee

Nick Suss, The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi

Jake Thompson, The Oxford (Mississippi) Eagle

Blake Toppmeyer, Knoxville (Tennessee) News-Sentinel

Josh Vitale, Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser

Marc Weiszer, Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald


          November 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
My sister, Verity, does a monthly recap of things and I thought, that's a really good idea. So, RECAP!

November started out with guests. My sister Meredith had surgery to repair a hernia, so we got to have her two littles stay with us awhile. Delaney and Ridge are THE BEST, and we love having them. It's good practice for my kids too. If you can calmly handle an irrational 2 year old, you can handle ANYTHING. When Meredith was a little more recovered, Troy and I drove them back up to Idaho. It's nice having relations close.

Then I started decorating for Christmas.... before Thanksgiving.... yes, I am one of those people. The thing is, it takes me FOREVER to do anything these days. And while a few years ago, I could decorate everything in a weekend, it's just not realistic anymore. I think it took me about two weeks to get things up and set the way I like. (I have 8 trees.... I need more.... I also need help.... but my basement is SAD and TREELESS.... I also want garland to swoop around the ceilings.... after Christmas sales.... yes, yes.... after Christmas....)

the Pink Tree


the Santa Tree

Santa Tree Close Up
Of course, November also means THANKSGIVING. We continued our tradition of Apps & Pies for Lunch. This year we had an apple pie (Thaddeus' & Daniel's favorite - and I used the apple pie filling I canned this summer!) , a peach pie (with filling I canned this summer!), a lemon meringue (Blayne's favorite), a pecan pie (Troy's favorite), a pumpkin pie (family fave), butterscotch brownies (my favorite), monkey bread (Taylor's favorite), and lots of yummy appetizers. We opened up one of our "test jars" of pickles.... Then we spit them out, and fed them to the garbage disposal. We also got the rest of those pickles, and threw out the contents. Then I wrote FAIL on that recipe card, and now we know for next time. Besides, my backyard neighbor makes THE BEST dill pickles, and she shared her recipe with me. MISCHIEF MANAGED.

Thanksgiving dinner featured all the traditional dishes: turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy, candied yams, roasted asparagus and broccoli, and probably a whole bunch of other stuff, but I can't remember. All I know is that afterwards, we made lots of dinners with the leftovers, and I didn't have to cook the whole rest of the weekend. 

Troy and I got to go shopping on Black Friday. We went to a few stores, but honestly, foot traffic was not bad, although we were there in the afternoon. And with the stores opening up so early, and then the online shopping... it was no big deal at all. We were searching for birthday presents for Thaddeus and Blayne. It was super nice that we hit up the stores though, because Blayne wanted art supplies, and the GOOD markers and paper are pricey. We scored big time, and one item we thought was not on sale (but were purchasing anyways) was actually half off! Meanwhile, Thaddeus has really been into airsoft with his friends, so we got him an airsoft gun and ammunition. 

I ALSO bought myself a pressure canner. I just leveled up my self-sufficiency BIG TIME. I've mostly done potatoes so far. It will be getting a LOT of use this next spring and summer, because I plan to grow a LOT of green beans. I've also canned my own beans, and OH MY LIFE, I will never ever but a can of beans again. It is literally the easiest canning I have ever done in my life. I put a 1/2 cup of dry beans in clean jars, add a 1/2 teaspoon of salt (which is OPTIONAL), and cover them with hot water. THAT IS IT. They cook while they're being processed, and turn out beautifully! It is seriously so easy, and I am thrilled, because I want to get to the point where *I* make the canned food that we eat. Like, the things that I purchase ALL THE TIME. (Beans. Tomatoes. Green Beans. Etc.) 

Canning diced potatoes

This made me laugh. 

And that is our November! It's so much easier to recap like this. I LIKE IT. 

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