Thursday, November 2, 1967
Spotlight On...

Mrs. Fannie Killion celebrated her 78th birthday October 27th. She was born and raised in Scott County in the community of Pleasant Valley east of Waldron and lived in the same house until she moved to Waldron. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Black. She was married to Willey Killion in 1913 and to this union two daughters were born, Mrs. E.A. (Nadine) Judy of Waldron and Miss Francille Killion of Little Rock. She has one grandson, James Judy of Harrison and two great grandsons, Randy and Stuart Judy also of Harrison. Mrs. Fannie is very active in many different phases of community work. She is a member of the Methodist Church in Waldron, American Legion, Hospital Auxiliary, Garden Club, and Birds View Quilting Club. Mrs. Fannie has a beautiful flower and vegetable garden which she tends herself. She regularly visits the patients at Pine Wood Nursing Home and helps to brighten their days in any way she can. There is never a dull minute when Mrs. Fannie is around and I think she can truly be called the "peoples friend."

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