Dresden Personals

Dresden Personals

By: By Jane Tucker

wcp 12-13-07
The Rev. and Mrs. James Wilson are now occupying the Cumberland Presbyterian house. He is the new church minister and is also employed at the University of Tennessee at Martin, and his wife, Glenda, is a special education teacher at the Greenfield schools.
Mrs. Seldon Parham has received word of the death of her great-nephew, Will Musick, who died on Nov. 20. He was 26 and in the Navy stationed in Michigan.
Carmon Pritchett attended the graveside services for J. Frank Taylor at the Camden City Cemetery.
Max Carlton was hospitalized at the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson but now is convalescing at the home of his parents, Kyle and Cathy Carlton. Max is a UT Martin student.
Nancy Williams accompanied friends for a few days in Branson, Mo.
Hanes Ayers Hiller of New Jersey and his brother, Winder Hiller of Washington, D.C., visited Dresden last week to do genealogy research of their paternal ancestors.
Mrs. Beverly Stott has returned after a visit with her daughter, Roberta, in Japan. She was accompanied by a daughter-in-law who lives in Maryville.
Don and Melanie Harper of Justin, Texas, David and Honey Harper, Sabrina and Travis Harper of Draffenville, Ky., were home for the funeral services of their grandmother and great-grandmother, Mrs. Elma Gante.
Other out-of-the-county relatives attending the funeral services of Mrs. Gante were her brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Martha Hunt and Wayne Hunt; her sister, Virginia Hunt; a niece, Kathleen Deloach; a nephew and niece, Bro. and Mrs. Calvin Moore, all of Jackson; a sister, Lucille Putman, a nephew, Jerry Hatche, both of Clinton, Ky.; a niece, Barbara Dodd of Memphis; a nephew, Billie and Bobbie Hunt of Henderson; and Glenn Austin of Colorado.

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