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Gum Pond Primitive Baptist Church

Morgan County, Alabama

Sunday, September 26, 2004

The September Sacred Harp singing held at Gum Pond Primitive Baptist Church was called to order at 10:00 a.m. by Chairman Milford Cobbs who welcomed everyone and led songs on pages 46 and 75. Elder J.L. Hopper offered the morning prayer.

Leaders: Judy Caudle 85, 345b; J.L. Hopper 295, 180; Wilda Holmes 358, 145b; Corene White 146, 379; Lomax Ballinger 277, 565; Brandon Thompson 274t, 335; Sandra Light 143, 354b; Carmon Brothers 340, 341; S.T. Reed 27, 37b; Athelia Gibbs 47t, 569b.

RECESS

The class was reassembled by Milford Cobbs leading 127. Leaders: Clayton Ezell 231, 390; Nancy Thompson 32t, 30t; David Light 200, 112; Marilyn Burchett 385b, 36b; Robert Walker 338, 68b; Carol Newman 373, 378t; Bud Oliver 345t, 343b; Gordon Wilkinson 498, 436; Gerald Holmes 203, 268; Ramona Light 172, 192; Judy Caudle 216 (for Betty Shepherd).

LUNCH

After enjoying a bountiful lunch and sweet fellowship, the class was called back to order for the afternoon session by Milford Cobbs leading 381 in memory of Dexter Cobbs. Judy Caudle led 459 in memory of Bera Bradford, and 285t for the sick and shut-ins: Marie Guthrie, Kimmie Holcomb, Herbert Cobbs, Sherrie Guthery, Ella Ruth Chamblee, Omalean Hopper, Edna Cobbs, and Judy Cobbs.

Leaders: Delone Cobbs 33b, 67; Elene Stovall 217, 76b; Glenda Hopper 33t, 81t; Sandie Scott 317, 318; Daniel Hopper 91, 273; Rhoda Norris 137; S.T. Reed 135; Judy Caudle 460 (for Arvid Holmes), 532 (for Robert Walker) ; J.L. Hopper 158; Marilyn Burchett 159; Brandon Thompson 448t.

Milford Cobbs led 127 as the closing hymn. Prayer was offered by Elder Daniel Hopper, and the class was dismissed.

Chairman—Milford Cobbs; Vice Chairman—Arvid Holmes; Secretary—Judy Caudle.