Whitesburg KY

Mother’s Day breakfast was very nice


HAZEL SMITH FIELDS was the wife of the late Hillard Fields. They were the parents of Dorthy Miles of Cowan.

HAZEL SMITH FIELDS was the wife of the late Hillard Fields. They were the parents of Dorthy Miles of Cowan.

Hello everyone, hope you are all doing well.

My sister, Betty Tyree, and I visited our cousins Dorthy and Glen Miles of Cowan a few days ago and enjoyed it so much we almost forgot to go home.

I went to a birthday party for my great-grandson, Sam Mullins, son of Angie and Rich Mullins of Dry Fork. It was a very great party. All the boys were dressed in camouflage clothes and we all had fun. The little girls got out and played in mud puddles. I think they all had changes of clothes. Us older ones just had a good time watching and visiting.

I went to the Ermine Center and had a good time. Kathy Palumbo, John Duty, Patty Majority, Janice Foster, Betty Newman, Wilford Sturgill, Gerri Haynes and I stayed till 12:30 just goofing off (two hours). We wanted to stay for supper but the workers don’t stay that long.

Debbie Slone is doing such a good job up there. She is so nice and friendly, a very good manager. All the folks up there are nice. I guess that’s why they have the large crowds.


COUSINS — “Two little cousins you Marlowe people may remember,” says Whitesburg correspondent Oma Hatton, “are Dorthy (Fields) Miles and Kathleen (Howard) Brock, all dressed up for Sunday school a few years ago.”

I enjoy the Mother’s Day breakfast and church at Whitesburg Presbyterian Church. Thank you, Jamie Hatton, for inviting me. I enjoyed seeing all the people. I knew all of them. I didn’t think I would know anyone. It was good seeing Ruth Adams and all the rest I hadn’t seen in a while.

Louise Joseph is a patient in Whitesburg Hospital. I hope she gets out soon.

Aggie Hatton and I visited Clyde. We also visited Bob Gross and Kellis “Bud” Hatton. They were doing very well.

Shirley Breeding and I visited Clyde at the Veterans Center. I sure enjoyed being with Shirley. I’ve missed her.

Emma Lou Engle said she would be having breakfast at Pine Mountain Grill on Friday and Saturday. I’ll try and see her.

My sons, Rob and Billy, and Joe Hatton and his girlfriend, Hannah, enjoyed dinner at Pine Mountain Grill. We love getting together.

Oh, I have a new greatgranddaughter, born at the University of Kentucky Hospital in Lexington about one hour ago. Rob’s daughter, Rocki (Hatton) Hill and Matt Hill are the parents. The baby, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents are all doing fine and are very happy.

We were sorry to hear of the death of James Breeding. Our sympathy goes out to his wife Larue and daughter Rachel Ann, who have been so faithful to visit him at the Veterans center in Hazard.

We are having a good revival at our church, Whitco Pentecostal Faith Tabernacle. Bro. Jamie Niece has preached so good and Bro. Caleb Howard will be preaching. We are real proud of all our young preachers.

Ruby Howard called and told me her husband, Kern Howard, is very sick, and also his brother, Leonard Howard.T heya rem y double first cousins. Remember them in prayer.

May God bless all of you. Try to be in church somewhere this week.

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