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Molasses stir-off held



The Boggs-Dollarhide molasses stir-off was held Sept. 17 at the Combs residence at Ice. Everyone seemed to have a good time. Dustin and Jenna Crawford of Indianapolis were here with his mother, Regina.

Bennett and Linda Combs and Regina Crawford attended the Firefighters Memorial in Frankfort on Sept. 28 in memory of his nephew, Kenneth H. Combs, who died in a fire at Harlan in 1950.

Amber Combs visited her father, David, and Jennifer. She enjoyed the Mountain Heritage Festival.

Dustin and Robert Bennett Crawford visited with their grandparents Bennett and Linda Combs last Saturday on their way to Pine Mountain for a camping trip. Cowan

Happy sixth birthday on Sept. 30 to Jacob Cornett of Berea, a great-grandson of Bennett and Linda Combs, and to their son- in- law, Michael Finchum, Oct. 13. Michael and Ramona live in Louisville.

Happy birthday to Robert Bennett Crawford on Oct. 30, and to Bennett’s sister, Elizabeth Looney on Oct. 18. She lives in Franklin, Oh.

Several people from Cowan or with Cowan connections, attended the Eastern District Association of Primitive Baptists Sept. 29–Oct. 1 at House’s Chapel near Surgoinsville, Tenn. Woodrow and Barbara Fields of Benham were there, working in the kitchen as usual. They had delicious meals.

John and Barbara Banks stayed with their daughter Tori and Rusty Akers, Callie and Ella, at nearby Talbot. They all attended.

Brad and Annie Dutton were there from Louisa. Driving back and forth were Rex and Tilda Fields, Charlie and Glennis Little, Bob and Ramona Caudill, and Robert, Kathy and Houston Sword. Also driving from Benham were Paul Jackson, Paula Early, and Orville and Sandy Perry. Saturday, Robert and Sherry Brown, Brad and Joe came from Jonesville, Tenn.

Carol Caudill, Linda Lucas and I stayed at the Caudill Lake House at Bean Station, much more pleasant and relaxing than a motel. We enjoyed the beautiful view sitting on the porch, walking down to the dock, picking up persimmons and pears, and visiting the Akerses.

The association was in a beautiful setting and the weather was ideal. It is always good to meet with our old friends from Tennessee, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, and we heard some wonderful preaching and singing.

Next year the association will be meeting at the Fairview Church in Bellbrook, Oh.



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