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Red Bank News for May 9, 2013

SoVaNow.com / May 09, 2013
Rev. Sidney Rodriguez, interim pastor at Union Christian Church, delivered the Sunday sermon; Barbara Carnevale was music director; Wayne Bowen was greeter; special music “A Shelter in the Time of Storm” by the choir; breakfast was served Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. with a large number of members attending.

Mrs. Casey Tuck was honored for her birthday with a dinner by her husband Wednesday and guests were Amber Tuck, Dustin Tuck, John Pulliam and Mrs. Mason Pulliam.

Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Mrs. Edith Atkins and Ann Poole during the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Glasscock.

Visiting Catherine Smith overnight Saturday were Dorothy Hite and they attended their church at North Fork and Kathy Keeton and Mrs. John Henry Smith visited Sunday.

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

Brenda Clay visited Wesley Elliott during the week. Mrs. Tony McGregor spent Saturday with her mother, Hannah Hite.

Visiting Mary L. Murray during the week were Gene Murray, Cameron Murray, Brenda Clay, Doyle Rice, Barbara Loftis, Fannie Mae Tuck, Rhonda Loftis.

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Murray, Jason Murray, Terri and Tyra Murray, Mrs. Roger Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Mrs. Mason Pulliam, John Pulliam, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck, Amber and Dustin.

Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Sydnor were home over the weekend due to a death in his family. Mrs. Mason Pulliam called on them.

Catherine Smith spent several days with her daughter, Bonnie Williamson, during the week and she visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Conner Friday.

Mrs. Wallace Nunn, Mrs. Catherine Smith, Mrs. Dave Jaloway, Jr., Mrs. Fannie Mae Tuck, Owen Murray visited Hannah Hite during the week.

Amber Tuck and Dustin Pulliam spent several nights with their grandmother, Mrs. Mason Pulliam during the week.

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nunn were Mrs. Cecil Tuck, Mrs. Margaret Montague.

Mrs. Wallace Nunn visited Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Brewer Sunday.

Our sick and shut-ins are Carl and Ronnie Furches, Rose Sperenza, Mason Pulliam, Gladys Elliott, Owen (Moose) Poole, Hazel Fletcher, Inez Young, Tuny Rice, Shelly Newton, Judy Tuck, John Carnevale, Elaine Morris, Wayne Morris, Julia Rice, Norma Elliott.



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