TUGGLE AREA NEWS
May 26 — “To go nowhere, follow the crowd.”
Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith hosted a family luncheon. Invited guests were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Keaveny from Unionville, Mrs. Smith’s cousin, Mrs. Annette Frascati from East Rockaway, NY, and the Smith’s son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and their children, Brianna, Charles and Christina. Mrs. Frascati had been staying with the Keaveny’s for a week and spent Saturday night at the home of the Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith joined Mrs. Frascati for dinner at Merk’s on Saturday evening. Sunday morning the Smith’s drove Mrs. Frascati to the Richmond Airport for her return trip home to New York. The Smiths stopped for lunch at the American Diner for lunch on the way home from Richmond.
Mrs. Betty Meadows joined the Senior Adults group from Farmville United Methodist Church on a trip to Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith traveled to South Hill on Monday to shop and enjoy lunch at the Hungry Farmer. Mrs. Norma Hertzler had lunch at the home of Mrs. Pat Smith on Tuesday. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith celebrated their 42nd anniversary with dinner at Charley’s.
Peggy Kelsey visited Shirley Goodman last Friday at the Moore Center.
The Prospect Happy Hats (Red Hat Society) traveled to Crewe last Friday where they visited the Train Museum and had lunch at Bravos. The outing was hosted by Betty Meadows and Carol Schall. Those going with Betty and Carol were: Hilda Allen, Jean Covington, Lois Johnson, Betty Sumner, Margaret Stockton, Elsie Wilson, Jeannette Tarlton and a new member Doris. Also accompanying them were Don Meadows, Bill Schall, Richard Stockton and Sean Stockton.
Following church May 17, Mrs. Flora Bolt had lunch with Mrs. Judy Bolt and son Chris Bolt; joining them was Jennifer Page Bolt. Later in the afternoon Flora visited the shut-ins at the Woodlands, Lucille, Page, Dot, Harris and Marjorie Huskey, and a high school classmate Bee Bee Thompson. They were all doing fine.
Mrs. Flora Bolt and granddaughter Stacy Bolt attended the Chicken dinner at the Prospect Fire House sponsored by the Prospect Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary May 16. The food was delicious and the fellowship was great.
On May 17, Mrs. Flora Bolt and granddaughter Jennifer Page Bolt attended the Farmville/Prince Edward Historical Society meeting. Jim Godburn, education specialist for the park, was the speaker. He had a wonderful program on the Hillsman House at Saylor’s Creek during the Civil War. One fact being the house was used as a hospital during the war; he also had a display of reproduction items used during the war. After the meeting Flora and Jennifer had dinner at McDonald’s.
On May 20, Mrs. Flora Bolt visited Mrs. Carol Luke, of Cumberland, at the Woodlands. Carol is having therapy at the Woodlands following knee replacement surgery.
On May 24, Mrs. Flora Bolt, Jennifer Bolt, Douglas and Betty Jean Bolt, Haley Murdock and a school friend Brandi had lunch with Mrs. Judy Bolt and son Chris Bolt.
Memorial Day was a beautiful day, the United Daughters of the Confederacy Chapter No. 45 and the Sons of the Confederate Veterans of High Bridge sponsored the annual Memorial Day service at the Confederate Cemetery just out of Farmville in Cumberland County. Thanks to all those who helped with this. Patt Graves, president of the Lunenburg Chapter, was the guest speaker with a most interesting program. Some of the ladies were dressed in their Widows Weed (black morning clothes) and others were dressed in their white. Some of the men were in uniform carrying flags others were on horse back as cavalry. There were several WWII awards given. The UDC ladies served General Robert E. Lee’s favorite cookies (lemon flavored) and bottled water.
Kyle Bolt and sons Joshua and Jacob attended a cookout at the home of Dennis and Patti Jones in Pamplin on Memorial Day. All the Bolt men are busy in the hay field (making hay while the sun shines).
A very speedy recovery is wished for all those who are sick at this time or just need our prayers: Kate Shorter, Betty Jean Bolt, Elfrieda Kerns, and Raymond Dickerson.
Neighbors and friends are expressing their sincere sympathy to the family of Pinky Baldwin.
The Third Annual Revive Prospect/Revive America will begin on June 7, at 7 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, 1144 Hendricks Road, Pamplin. The Revival will be held from Sunday, June 7 through Friday, June 12, with seven Ministers and choirs participating. The public is cordially invited and urged to attend. For more information call Rev. Clark at 390 – 8067 or Rev. Joye at 574 – 2011.
The members of Appomattox P.E. Presbyterian Church at Tuggle invite you to worship with them each Sunday. The Rev. Chuck Klotzberger will be with them on Sunday.
The membership of Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church at Prospect invites you to come and worship with them every Sunday; Sunday School is at 10 a.m. with worship at 11 a.m.
Calvary Chapel-Farmville invites you to worship with them on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. They invite you to join them each week on Wednesday evening for Bible Study for all age groups at 7 p.m. The Church is located at 302 Industrial Park Road, in the former Stackpole-Carbone building.
Happy Birthday is wished to all those celebrating birthdays in June. Your flower is the Rose and your birthstone is the Pearl. Those I know who are celebrating in June are: Bobby Showalter (1). Joanna Simpson (1), Ruth Patteson (5), Hilda Friend (10), Brenda Puryear (12), Mike Fulcher (12), Jeannette Tarlton (15), Garland Woodson (20), Billie Jo Waddell (21), Bobby Fulcher (21), Darrell Shumaker (23), Linda W. Campbell (23), Mike Shumaker (24), Lon Stockton, Jr (27) and Gordon Smith (28).
Happy Anniversary is wished to those celebrating an anniversary during June. Those I know about are: Mike and Kim Shumaker (4), Woodrow and Dora Townsend (8), Frank and Mabel Shanaberger (10), Kevin and Sherry Clark (11), Earl and Shirley Wallace (13), Don and Betty Meadows (21), Douglas and Betty Jean Bolt (23), John and Nancy Mottley (28), Tim and Sherry Atkins (28), and Billy and Polly Mottley (30).
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