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Red Bank News for March 28, 2013

SoVaNow.com / March 28, 2013
Rev. Sidney Rodriguez, interim pastor at Union Christian Church, delivered the Sunday sermon; director of music was Barbara Carnevale; acolytes were Lesley Cole and Amber Tuck; Wayne Bowen was greeter; choir special “Were You There?”; Sunrise service this Sunday at 7:00 a.m. with breakfast to follow; Good Friday the church will be open from noon-3:00 p.m. for prayer.

Our sympathy to the family of Edwil Smith Murray and her funeral services were held Saturday in Clarksville Cemetery. He was the son of the late Howard and Jennie Smith Murray.

Mrs. Wallace Nunn attended the installation service at Clarksville Chapter Saturday afternoon. She was installed as treasurer for the Easter Star.

Mrs. Catherine Smith and Mrs. Dorothy Hite attended the funeral for Edwil Smith Murray Saturday.

Visiting Morine Rice were Mrs. Billy Murray, Tyra Murray, Gregory Murray, Jimmy Newton, Jason Murray.

Mrs. Robert Harris was overnight guest of her mother, Mary L. Murray.

Sunday dinner guests of Fannie Mae Tuck were Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Tuck, Pam Tuck, Mrs. Michael Conner and Maci, Mr. and Mrs. Jarrad Tuck and children.

Mrs. Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Smith Tuesday.

Visiting Hannah Hite during the week were Mrs. William Rice, Mary L. Murray, Fannie Mae Tuck, Bertha Elliott, Mrs. Dave Jaloway.

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher were Mrs. Roger Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Rose Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck, Amber and Dustin, Lloyd Pulliam and Miranda, Mrs. Mason Pulliam and John Pulliam.

Visiting Mary L. Murray were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Loftis, Barbara Loftis, Rhonda Loftis, Doyle Rice, Mrs. William Rice, Gene Murray, Willie Shotwell.

Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck, Amber and Dustin honored Mrs. Mason Pulliam Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher for her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, John Pulliam, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Sara Harris.

Fannie Mae Tuck visited Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Elliott.

Mrs. Allen Keeton and Mrs. Kathy Keeton were Wednesday overnight guests of their mother, Mrs. Catherine Smith and Miss Peggy Smith visited Wednesday.

Thomas Bailey has returned to his home and William Pulliam and Mrs. John Fletcher also.

Robert Henry Smith, Dorothy Hite and Homer McClure visited Mrs. Catherine Smith.

Our special prayers are for Hazel Fletcher, Connie Rodriguez, Roger Chandler, Mason Pulliam, Owen “Moose” Poole, Mary Alice Murray, Laverne Rice, Norma Elliott, Wayne Morris, Beverly Murray, Wallace Nunn, John Fletcher, Julia Rice, Inez Young, Ethel Winstead, Rose Sperenza, Fraser Murray, Wesley Elliott, Thomas Bailey, Janice Young, Louise Rice, Edith Atkins, Hannah Hite, Rebecca and Melvin Honeycutt, Owen and Barbara Murray, Elmo and Virginia Morris, Morine Rice.



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