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Red Bank News for April 17, 2014
SoVaNow.com / April 17, 2014Pastor Norman Talley had the 11:00 a.m. service Sunday at Union Christian Church; Lottie Nunn was pianist and special music was by John Herman Hammock; Saturday Easter egg hunt and hot dog dinner was well attended; Sunrise services this Sunday at 7:00 a.m. at Virgilina Cemetery.
Mrs. Catherine Smith was honored for her birthday at her home Thursday with guests Peggy Smith, Susie Keeton, Kathy Keeton, Bonnie Williamson and Zachary, Alice Comer and children and Beth Keaton.
Dustin Smith and Amber Tuck and Jeremy Saunders were supper guests of Mrs. Mason Pulliam, John Pulliam, Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher Saturday.
Mrs. Barbara Loftis, Rhonda Loftis and Doyle Rice visited Mrs. Mary L. Murray.
Fannie Mae Tuck attended a birthday party for Mrs. Woodrow Ellixson Saturday at Royal Oakes in Virgilina.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Murray, Jimmy Newton and Jason Murray visited Morine Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Tuck, Mrs. Michael Conner and Maci, Pam Tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Jarrad Tuck and children were Sunday dinner guests of Fannie Mae Tuck.
Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Conner, Mr. Mason Pulliam and John Pulliam visited Mason Friday.
Visiting Mrs. Mary L. Murray were Gene Murray, Mrs. Roop and Rawford, Fannie Mae Tuck, Wanda Thomas and Brenda Clay.
Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith.
Visiting Hannah Hite were Fannie Mae Tuck, Mrs. Catherine Smith, Mrs. Dave Jaloway, Henry Murray.
Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sydnor.
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck, Mrs. Roger Chandler, Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Mrs. Mason Pulliam and John Pulliam visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Sydnor were here for the weekend at their Virgilina home.
Mrs. Dave Jaloway has returned home from a visit with relatives in West Virginia.
Our special prayers for the sick and shut-ins in our community.
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