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Feb. 1 White Mills news

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By The Staff

 

White Mills Kathleen Booker, 369-7101 APPRECIATION. Thanks for calls, visits and two beautiful cards that were sent to me by Joyce and Arnold Pence, who I attend Center Point Baptist Church with and have for a number of years. Also thanks to White Mills Baptist Church for Wednesday night delicious meals. OUT AND ABOUT. Kathy came by Monday morning and got my papers and fed the cats. She was on her way to attend a yearly training for hairdressers in Elizabethtown. Kathy is employed at two nursing homes and also goes to Hardin Memorial Hospital. GET-WELL WISHES. Best wishes to Maxiene Stith, Maxiene Ewing and hope Ervin Stith is feeling better. I hope Ada Marie Skees is feeling better. I heard she had been in the hospital. Ervin and Violet Stith visited her at a Louisville hospital Sunday night. Get-well wishes to Carolyn Terry, who is recovering from gall bladder surgery at Hardin Memorial Hospital. Thanks to her mother, Rachel Grimes, who called and hope Rachel will get better soon. SYMPATHY. Sympathy to the family of Chris Fulkerson. Kathy, Marsha Thompson and I paid our respects at Sonora. ANNIVERSARY WISHES. Happy anniversary to Ervin and Violet Stith on Feb. 4. BIRTHDAY WISHES. Happy birthday to Sarah Meredith, Feb. 6; Casey Booker, Feb. 9; Pam Romero, Feb. 10; Shannon Childers, Feb. 10; Logan Thompson, Feb. 18; Patty Booker, Feb. 20; and Bettye Raymer, Feb. 3. Marsha Thompson celebrated her birthday last Sunday at her parents’ home, Kathy and Elnoah Gragson, with a great birthday dinner including a delicious birthday cake and ice cream. Those present were Nick, Marsha, Conner, Logan and Sydney Thompson; Lynn Young and Zack and Gavan Young; and myself. James and Loretta Johnson came by and picked me up and brought me home. VISITS. My visitors this past week were Kathy and Elnoah Gragson, who came by and took me with them to Unity Baptist Church, James and Loretta Johnson, G.A. Davis, Kenneth Riggs and Ervin and Violet Stith. G.A. Davis spent a few days in Ashland visiting his cousin, Geroldine Thompson, who is ill. Bobby and Shirley Williams visitors Sunday were Joe, Tracy and Zack Imel from Bowling Green. RESEARCH. Johnny Lay and Henry Morrison are dong research on the old mill in White Mills, trying to find out when it was built and last time it was used. I remember in 1937 when Floyd Booker and I married and lived upstairs in a house and Mr. and Mrs. Gray lived downstairs and operated the mill.