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Moore, Graves, and Calvert Memorial

Addington Chapel, Cullman County, Alabama

June 17, 1995

The Chairman, Harrison Creel, called the class to order leading song on page 30t. The morning prayer was led by Brother Arthur Gilmore. Then Velton Chafin led 274 (t? b?) and called for election of officers. Chairman—M. H. Creel; Vice Chairman—Velton Chafin; Secretary—Marie Guthrie; Arranging Committee—Cecil Sanders. Leaders called were: Cecil Sanders 460; Essie Calvert 340, 318; Keterina Sanders 89, 389; Ruby Phillips 345 (t? b?), 331; B. B. Mattox 345 (t? b?), 430; Mary Lou Jolly 268, 47 (t? b?); Flarce Creel 269, 475; Reedie Evans 186, 189; Emmie Lou Grayson 29 (t? b?), 74 (t? b?); Carla Smith 378 (t? b?), 319; Lora Cargo 46, 282; John Etheridge 300; Thurman Nall 512; Eron White 384; Marie Guthrie 446, 220; Edith Tate 48t, 73t.

RECESS

The class was called together by Vice Chairman Velton Chafin leading 78. Leaders were: Ann Jett 496, “That Beautiful Land”; Corene White 129, 379; Marie Aldridge 200, 436; Wanda Capps 222, 546; Cassandra Franklin 178, 352; Pauline Childers 234, 137; Travis Keeton 441, 131b; Vernice Calvert 291, 530.

LUNCH

The class was called to order by Harrison Creel leading song on page 498. Leaders were: Imogene Nelms 383, 349; Hayden Creel 84, 155; Jerry Schreiber 35, 142; Cynthia Franklin 477, 187; Danny Creel 182, 112; Eldagene Roberson 203, 215; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gilmore 235, 421; Elvin Guthrie 172, 297; Hershell King 426b, 204; Regina Clark 168; Alice Hustutler 88 (t? b?), 61; Charlene Wallace 99, 229; Arthur Gilmore 28b, 376; Thurman Nall 503. Harrison Creel and John Etheridge led 111b for the closing song. The singing was dismissed with prayer by Brother Arthur Gilmore.

Chairman—Harrison Creel; Vice Chairman—Velton Chafin; Secretary—Marie Guthrie.