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Red Bank News for Oct. 31, 2013
SoVaNow.com / October 30, 2013Sunday services at Union Christian Church were by Pastor Norman Talley; pianist was Mrs. Lottie Sue Nunn; special music by Kristen Wellons; Trunk or Treat Thursday at 6:00 p.m.; November 10, our Veterans will be recognized during worship with lunch to follow.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jaloway during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sterchale.
Mrs. Fannie Mae Tuck visited Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Tuck Tuesday.
Mrs. Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith and Johnathan Saturday.
Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck, Amber and Dustin Thursday.
Visiting Mrs. Mary L. Murray were Gene Murray, Mrs. Barbara Loftis, Mrs. William Rice, Mrs. Rhonda Loftis, Mrs. Brenda Clay and Wayne Bowen.
Mrs. Catherine Smith and Mrs. Dave Jaloway visited Hannah Hite Monday and Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Thursday.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher were Mr. and Mrs. John Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck, Amber and Dustin, Jeremy Saunders, Mrs. Roger Chandler, Mrs. Mike Glasscock, Mrs. Mason Pulliam and John Pulliam.
Visiting Mrs. Catherine Smith Sunday were Mrs. Allen Keeton, Mrs. Kathy Keeton, Bonnie Williamson, Peggy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith and Johnathan.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarrad Tuck and family were dinner guests Sunday of Fannie Mae Tuck and Pam Tuck visited in the afternoon.
John Murray, of Alaska, visited his grandmother, Mrs. Mary L. Murray Thursday.
Mrs. Catherine Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Smith.
Jason Murray and Mrs. Billy Murray visited Morine Rice during the week.
Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Mrs. Edith Atkins Sunday.
Our sick and shut-ins are Bertha Elliott Philips, Jack Slagle, Jean Daniels, Ethel Winstead, Irene Tuck, Mason Pulliam, Fraser Murray, Violet Geary, Gladys Phillips Elliott, Rebecca Honeycutt, June Young, A.E. and Virginia Morris, Owen and Barbara Murray, Edith Atkins, Louise Rice, Morine Rice, Hannah Hite, John Fletcher, Mary Alice Murray, Owen “Moose” Poole, Wayne Morris, Julia Rice, Elaine Morris, Sarah Vaughan, Woodson Rice, Frances Gittman, Phil Hill, Yvonne Glasscock.
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