Friday, October 1, 1948
Our church was decorated very
pretty with beautiful potted plants
by Mrs. Raleigh Sherron last Sun
day, but there was something still
more beautiful— the smiling faces
of the children that had been away
so long. We were glad to have
them come back, but we only had
a hundred of them and we
should have had three hund
red. There are plenty of folks to
fill a church several times if they
would only come. Everyone ask
one to come next Sunday and I
think we will have a great many
We are missing you, Mrs.
Bridges and Edith.
Justice Hicks had a letter from
Edith Bridges and her mother.
They are teaching at Rodanther,
N. C., and are liking it fine.
Miss Justine Hicks, Bettie Jean
Gay, Eugene Perry, Pearl Nolan,
Donnie Pug Hicks, and Magade
line Hocutt visited relatives in the
western part of the state over the
weekend. They also visited the
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks and
children of Saratoga visited the
Otis Hicks over the weekend.
We are very sorry to learn Mr.
W. S. Broughton is sick. That’s not
natural for he is always OK every
time you see him. Dr. Thomas
thinks he will be good as ever
soon, and we all hope so for we
miss him terrible when he is not
out. Mrs. Ola Ferrell is his nurse.
She said its the first time she has
nursed him in fifty years. Now if
you don’t watch out somebody is
going to tell their age so I better
hush. Mrs. John Broughton said
it is the first time he has had a
meal in bed in six years. Now
that’s a good record, I think.
Hands up if anyone else has one
any better. Hurry up, uncle Bill,
and get well and let’s go fishing.
Mr. Edward Hood came to Ral
eigh to bring Edward, Jr., to en
ter State last Thursday. You see,
I children will walk in the footsteps
of their parents, so let’s be careful
so they will walk right.
Mrs. E. W. Hood went home
with Mr. Edward Hood for a few
weeks. It is the first time she has
been since last Christmas.
Mrs. Posa Browning spent the
weekend with Mrs. Vera Rhodes.
Birthdays are still in rotation.
There are right many Septem
Mr. John Broughton and Mr. E.
A. Rhodes both has birthday last
We are glad Mrs. Mamie Kim
ball is back with us. We sure do
miss our faithful ones when any
thing happens to them.
Mr. and Mrs. David Elks spent
the weekend with the E. A.
Little Jimmy Hodge is some bet
ter but not able to go to school yet.
Mrs. W. M. Hood spent two
days with Mrs. Vera Rhodes. She
is just visiting around while Way
land is in Canada curing tobacco.
He is supposed to be back soon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rhodes and
Ben Allen came to see the H. A.
Hodges and me after church Sun
day night. It was a treat to have
I hope everybody will come to
church next Sunday that possibly
All pictures, graduation
diplomas, and certificates
look and keep better
in a beautiful frame.
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