A good time was had by all 97 people who attended the Trinity Church Women’s dinner benefitting the Back Pack Program. A beautifully decorated parish hall, with tables set with linen, silver and crystal, and each table uniquely decorated in a harvest theme, set the scene — all enhanced with talk, laughter and goodwill. A short talk followed the blessing, with Noel Laing, head of the program, providing some background. Approximately $6,000 will be turned over to the program.
Since 1936, Marilyn Merrill Bailey’s home has been at 665 Warren Avenue in Washington. Just off the living room is a sitting room filled with little girls’ dresses hanging on coat racks and door frames. Behind this room is Mrs. Bailey’s office filled with sewing equipment and materials. Mrs. Bailey displays many of the dresses as if it was a boutique clothing store. She comments, “Many of the dresses I’m making are from patterns of the 1950’s. So much charm and a lot of fabric in them.
The following home and land transfers were recorded at the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office Nov. 9-16: Mark E. Rhein and Elizabeth Rhein, husband and wife to Melanie Dawn Egan and Stuart James Egan, 8.8206 acres, $547,500, deed bargain sale, general warranty, tax map 29-70B Theresa O. Kilby to Michael Pettit and Kathryn L. S. Pettit, husband and wife, parcel 4 Hanis Manor Estate, $230,000, general warranty $230,000, deed bargain sale, general warranty, tax map 18-63F Sue Many...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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