Thursday, May 11, 2005

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Hamilton Chapel hosts special program Sunday

For I want you to know brothers and sisters, that the Gospel that was proclaimed by me is not of human origin. Galatians 1:11

The Dynamic Angels recently held rehearsal in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plaxico. Opening song, Come and Go To That Land, lead by DeEra Raimey, scripture and prayer by Kamara Raimey, Scripture Romans 10:4. The songs were led by Kamara Raimey, Florida Manning, Eurica Manning, DeEra Raimey, Florida did the closing prayer. The Plaxicos really made them feel welcome. Arkenia Raimey was unable to be with them.

Other guests in the home of the Plaxicos recently were their daughter-in-law Minnie Jarrett of Memphis, Tenn., their son, Chester Plaxico of Chicago, Ill. and Sandra McNary of Chicago.

Cassandra Moore from Georgia and Yvonne Gipson from Chicago, Ill spent the weekend of April 29-May 4 with their mother, Ozella Moore and other family members and attended homecoming on May 1 at New Hope MB Church.

Men and Women’s Day program will be held at Hamilton Chapel CME Church Sunday, May 15, 3 p.m.

Spring revival will convene at Hamilton Chapel CME Church May 25-27, nightly only, 7 p.m. Rev. H. Nelson will be the evangelist.

Greenfield Presbyterian Church’s annual Calendar Drive program will be May 22, 3 p.m. Rev. Willie Jeffries, pastor of Strawberry MB Church speaker. The public is invited.

Edith G. Wells of Bartlett, Tenn. and Clevie Covington of Temple Hills, Md. were guests of Elmira Curry and Elcue one evening last week. They were also visited by their aunt, Mattie E. Wilson and Elmira M. Drivers and family.

Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Mull were their granddaughter and son, Sharon Siggers and Rorekia Bailey from Memphis, Tenn.

Sunday guests of the Mulls were her brother, Hosie B. Hudson and wife Ada and their daughter Shirley from Moscow, Tenn.; Mrs. Jasper Mull Jr. from Memphis, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Mull and family of Holly Springs.

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