Funeral service for Peggy Arnold Payne, 90, of Bynum, will be 3:00pm, Sunday, October 18, 2009, at Gray Brown-Service in Anniston.
Service with Rev. Dennis Wood and Rev. William Caudle officiating. Burial will follow at Forestlawn Gardens. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the funeral. Mrs. Payne died Friday at her residence.
Survivors include son, Billy Arnold and wife Cynthia; four grandsons, Darryl Arnold and wife Rhonda, Stephen Arnold, Randall Arnold and wife Debbie, and Bryan Arnold and wife Joan; and nine great grandchildren.
Mrs. Payne is preceded in death by her husbands R.C. Arnold and C.B. Payne; son, Bobby Arnold; and granddaughter Kimberly Arnold.
Mrs. Payne was a former native of Tennessee; she was a Christian and member of Bynum Baptist Church for over 50 years.
Gray Brown-Service Mortuary in charge of arrangements. (256) 236-3441
Mrs. Arnold Entertains WMU Circle
Mrs. R. C. Arnold was hostess for the meeting last week of the Martha Hagood Circle of the Bynum WMU.
Mrs. R. L. Wolfe, assisted by Mrs. M. L. Caudle, presented an interesting program on "Mission Volunteers From My Church."
During the business session conducted by Mrs. Ray Canant she announced the circle had sent a box of baby supplies to the Japanese hospital in which Mrs. Hagood is a medical missionary, and it was announced the community mission project for the month will be visits to the local hospital.
A picnic was planned for the July meeting and a mission study course would also be conducted.
Members present at the meeting besides those mentioned were Mrs. Cecil McGuffey, Mrs. Paul Crockett and Mrs. C. D, Heard.
This article was published in the Anniston Star. No date was shown on the torn out clipping found in the belongings of Mrs. Peggy Arnold Payne recently.
Peggy's 90th Birthday We should all have such a good life.
Peggy and friend Charlene Clark
Peggy and friend Evelyn Milam
Peggy and friends: Charlene Clark, Evelyn Milam, Sitter Linda, Margie Street