30 YEARS AGO - JUNE 19, 1981
It's A Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rhoden announce the birth of a daughter, Jessica Dawn, born June 9, 1981. She weighed 8 lbs. 15 oz.
Grandparents are Virginia Morton and Joe Morton of Celeste, Dorothy Rhoden of Sherman and Sonny Rhoden of Greenville.
Great grandparents are Mrs. Allene Woodruff of Galloway, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rhoden Sr. of Frankston.
Reception Honoring Tillersons Sunday June 28
The Board of Education, Administrators, and Faculty of Celeste Public Schools will host a reception honoring the retirement of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tillerson on Sunday, June 28 from two to four o'Clock in the School cafeteria.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Courier will not be published July 3
The Celeste Courier will not be published July 3 as the staff will take its scheduled vacation. News items may be mailed to Box 38, Celeste, Texas 75423.
50 YEARS AGO - JUNE 16, 1961
First Baptist V.B.S. Begins Monday A.M.
The First Baptist Church will begin the Vacation Bible School Monday, June 19.
The hours are from 8 A.M. to 11 A.M. The pastor, Rev. H. B. Gideon, extends a welcome to all young people in town to attend the school. There will be Bible study, handcrafts and recreation each morning. Refreshments will be served.
Rev. Gideon will serve as principal and other workers are:
Intermediate - Mrs. Lou Warren
Juniors - Mrs. Nancy Goodman
Primary - Mrs. H. B. Gideon
Beginners - Mrs. Ralph Evans
The nursery will be open and there will be ladies to care for the children.
Mrs. Carl Lamm Gets Top Recognition For 4H Club Work
Top recognition was received by Mrs. Carl Lamm of Kingston when she attended the 4-H Roundup at College Station last week.
Mrs. Lamm was one of 22 to receive an Adult Leader award for outstanding contribution to the 4-H program. The award was presented by John E. Hutchison, director of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, at the Friends of 4-H luncheon in the ballroom of the Memorial Student Center.
Awards were presented to adult leaders in each district. I. B. Stroud of Fort Worth was the other winner in the district in which Hunt County represents.
Mrs. Lamm and other winners of adult leader awards were recommended for the honor by the Texas 4-H Recognition committed. She was told by H. E. Burgess, chairman, "the importance of the role of the volunteer adult leader in the 4-H program can not be overemphasized."
An adult leader in the Kingston club for several years, Mrs. Lamm helped to organize the community organization, and her two sons are active in the program. Mr. Lamm also takes a lead in helping to further the club's activities. - Taken from Greenville Herald Banner
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