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Red Bank News for May 1, 2014
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Pastor Norman Talley delivered the sermon Sunday morning at Union Christian Church; Lottie Nunn was pianist and special music was by Cindy Keeton; Virgilina Cemetery Cleanup Day May 3 beginning at 8:30 a.m..
Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Conner Thursday.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Jaloway and Tony were their granddaughter and niece, Heather Jaloway.
Mrs. Robert Harris was Thursday overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary L. Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. David Glasscock and Elijah were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock.
Sunday dinner guests of Fannie Mae Tuck were Mr. and Mrs. Jarrad Tuck and family, Mrs. Lindy Tuck, Pam Tuck, Mrs. Michael Conner and Maci.
Gene Murray, Mrs. Barbara Loftis, Rhonda Loftis, Doyle Rice, Brenda Clay and Robin Walford visited Mrs. Mary L. Murray.
Miss Amber Tuck and Jeremy Saunders visited Mrs. Mason Pulliam, John Pulliam and Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher.
Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Smith Sunday.
Visiting Hannah Hite were Mrs. Dave Jaloway, little miss Heather Jaloway, Fannie Mae Tuck, Catherine Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray, Mrs. Wallace Nunn.
Robert Henry Smith and Brandon visited his mother, Catherine Smith.
Visiting Morine Rice were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Murray, Jimmy Newton, Terri and Tyra Murray.
Kathy Keeton, Susie Keeton, C.J. Keeton, Mrs. Tony Comer and children were Thursday supper guests of Catherine Smith.
Mrs. Tony McGregor has been visiting her mother, Hannah Hite.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck and Dustin, Mr. and Mrs. David Glasscock and Elijah visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher.
Fannie Mae Tuck visited Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Tuck.
Our special prayers for the many sick and shut-ins in our community.
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