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Twenty-family yard sale set for August 1

Jeremiah


Den Arthur Adams would like to remind everyone about the Adams, Thompson and Blair reunion coming up on August 1 and 2. It will be held at the usual spot on top of the hill on Blair Branch at the reunion shelter. On Friday evening, the vegetable soup dinner will begin at 5:30 pm and church will begin at 6:30 pm. On Saturday evening, the reunion supper will begin at 6pm. All are welcome to attend.

There will be a twenty-family yard sale on Friday, August 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..It will be on Hwy. 7 South at Jeremiah at Freddie Fields’ car wash between Adams Branch and Doty Creek on the main road. There will be a variety of items at low prices and also a variety of delicious homemade desserts and candies. Mark your calendar to attend. For more information, call 633- 5504 or 633-0623.

Reva Adams and Cheri Amburgey would like to invite family and friends to a household shower being given for Reva’s son, Daniel and Cheri’s daughter, Kayla who will be married this fall. The shower will be held at the New Home Regular Baptist Church at Leburn in Knott County on July 27 at 4 p.m. and everyone is welcomed to attend.

The AARP had their annual picnic at Gus and Wilma Tolliver’s little lake shed last Thursday evening. It looked like quite a crowd attended the pot luck dinner.

We were sorry to hear that Flarie Caudill recently fell. We hope that everything will be okay with her. Jennette Adams also fell recently and got bruised up. We send her our get well wishes too.

Irene Dixon’s daughter, Iva (Deese) recently had knee surgery. We hope the pain will be gone and she will be out and about soon.

Cora Lee Adams received news last week that her brother, Jack Caudill, of Texas died. Jack was the son of the late Rex and Laurie Caudill. Jack had spent his early years on Carbon Glow. Laurie used to talk about Jack and Bob’s uncle, Luther Adams, playing together on Carbon Glow.

Former Letcher County resident, Marion Back, died over the weekend in Indiana. His wife, Florene, just died not long ago and he was real sick at that time. He was the brother-in-law of Homer Smith.

Rodney Ison’s sister, Opal Ison Caudill died last week in Indiana. Her funeral was held on Friday in Indiana. Rodney was not feeling well enough to attend. Two of Rodney’s sons, Ronald and Mike, were able to attend the funeral. Our sympathy goes out to Opal’s daughters, Mable Jack and Debbie Campbell and to all of her family. Opal always seemed like such a nice lady and was a dear friend and cousin to my aunt, the late Mamie Engle. They always kept up with each other through letters and phone calls even though they lived so far apart.

It was good to see Maggie Bowens at the Blair Branch Church on Sunday. Maggie fell recently and had not been able to get out. Verlon Breeding of Doty Creek also was able to attend Church on Sunday. One of our members, Geneva Proffit, continues to have some health problems and our thoughts and prayers are with her. Another one of our members, Maggie Amburgey of Knott County, lost a granddaughter recently in an automobile accident and our thoughts and prayers are with that family.


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