By Jan Vaughn
Regina Payton spent a few days with her mother, Martha Payton. She mentioned that her brother and sister-in-law, Brad and Virginia Payton, were coming for a visit on Sunday, along with an aunt and uncle.
Our son, Delayne Vaughn, of Waco, was here on Saturday and Sunday. We enjoyed visiting and playing games.
On Sunday, many of Chip’s family members met at Posey Baptist Church and honored Grace Vaughn for Mother’s Day. Also, Andy Wright, recognized Polly Ferrell, Vera Mae Glossup, and Grace for their dedication to the church and to their families through the years.
After the service, Grace (98 years-old) wanted to ride the motorcycle with her son, Jim Vaughn of Broken Bow, Oklahoma, to our house for lunch. Also joining us for lunch were Liz Steinsiek and Delayne, Tiffany, Kenden, and Jaidyn. Chip, Tiffany, Jaidyn, and I attended the Baccalaureate service at North Hopkins School that evening.
Yvonne Weir, Brenda Allen, Regina Taylor and I met at Roma’s in Sulphur Springs on Tuesday for a belated birthday lunch for Yvonne.
The Aiguier Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting and pot-lunch lunch on Sunday, June 2, in the North Hopkins School Cafeteria. Everyone will gather to share a meal around noon, with a brief business meeting to follow. Donations to the cemetery fund are always needed and appreciated. Contributions may be mailed to the Aiguier Cemetery Association, c/o Peggy Beck, 332 CR 3620, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482.
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