The Unique Boutique received a donation of a vintage electric train set. It was made by Louis Marx & Company but has some Lionel parts as well. One box is filled with the tracks and the other has all the cars inside. 6 train cars, 2 engines, tracks, and a transformer is included. The train worked for many years, the owner tried to replace parts, but
Barbara Bittick, 93, of Center, passed away Sunday, June 20, 2021, in Nacogdoches.
Graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, June 24, 2021, at Oaklawn Memorial Park in Center with
Bro. Harold Hanson officiating.
Born October 11, 1927, in San Francisco, California, Barbara is the daughter of Earnest Matthew Bell and Ludie D
Walker. Her hobbies included quilting, sewing, spending time outside, gardening, and coloring. Barbara was a
Promises Found in the Old Testament The Promise of Deliverance in Times of Trouble – (Part 11 in series) Isaiah 43:1-3
We continue studying the Old Testament promise that is found in Isaiah 43:1-3 (please read it
again) that we have looked at for the past two weeks. The first week we saw that this promise was
originally for Israel but by extension is for all believers.
We looked at how God addressed those who belong to Him. Then He describes that we are His in
three ways, all found in verse one: 1) we are His by creation, 2) we are His by redemption, 3) we are His
Murphy Tells TAGHS about Jail Museum
Published author and San Augustine resident Neal Murphy spoke to the Timpson Area
Genealogical and Heritage Society at their June monthly meeting last Wednesday about
the historic 1919 San Augustine County Jail Museum. “I'm one of two docents at the
museum and I work there three days a week. We give guided tours and I always ask
visitors to sign our guest registry. I was recently looking through the entries for April and