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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
2003-08-01 tracking communities section
News from Asa
by Elaine Brown

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the families of Proctor Ramey of Lawrence County, Hollie VanHoose and Ethel Williams.

Betty Blanton of Oil Springs, and Jinny Huff of Catlettsburg, were the Saturday afternoon guests of Elaine Brown.

The Pelphrey reunion was held at the home of Verna and Carroll Phelphrey of Staffordsville Saturday. They had a good crowd. All had a good time.

Get well wishes to go out to Tracy Moore of Tipp City, Ohio, Dewey Picklesimer of Lexington, Aileen Click, Sally Holbrook, and Cecil Blair.

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. David Baldwin attended church at Pleasant Valley Church at Silver Lake, Ind., Sunday.

Zuetta Scott and Elaine Brown went to the Fairchild reunion Sunday at the home of Wallace and Betty Conley. Several attended.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pelphrey of Springfield, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conley of Huber Heights, Ohio, were the Friday and Saturday night guests of their sister, Mary Johnson and husband, Bill, of Hager Hill.

Zuetta Scott was the Friday and Saturday night guest of Elaine Brown.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene May, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hackney attended church at Little Ella Church, Mt. Sterling, Sunday.

Cassidy and Tebryon Kestner of Lexington were the weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene May and Megan.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jessica Baldwin, Dwayne, Tyrell, Rachel and Tim Frazier and Ashlie Daniels enjoyed a camping trip at Cave Run Lake.

Gene May, Dewey M. Mullins, James E., Retta and Michael, attended union and communion meeting at Beaver Valley Church at Beaver, Ohio, this week and weekend.

Tiffney Scarberry was the Sunday night guest of Megan May.

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Spradlin and sons, Ryan, Ethen and Brandon, spent the past week visiting his mother, Jennetta Grant and husband, Tim, of New Carlisle, Ohio.

Fred Jordan of Columbus, Ohio, visited Fern and Gene May Tuesday.

Retta Baldwin and Ann Baldwin visited their aunt, Elaine Brown, Saturday morning.

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