Thursday, May 19, 2005

Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Allene Teel

UMC hosts Vacation Bible School May 22-26

FBC, Mt. Pleasant presented corsages to mothers, on Mother’s Day, during the morning worship service. The oldest mother present was Viola Russell; youngest mother present was Kelly Edwards; the mother with the most children was Allene Teel; the mother with the most children present in the church service was Lee Anne Edwards. Christine McCandless pinned the corsages on each mother. 

A large crowd attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Lynn and Mattie Lou Anderson, at Carey Chapel Baptist Church, Saturday, May 7. I hope you have many more years together.

The United Methodist Church, of Mt. Pleasant, will have Vacation Bible School May 22-26, from 6:30 - 9 p.m.

The youth at Carey Chapel Baptist Church will have a cookout and singing, Saturday, May 21, from 6 - 8 p.m.

My son, Ivy Wayne Teel and great-grandson Drew Byrd, attended church with me on Mother’s Day. My daughter, Kathy and husband Arnold Goode, attended church with me Sunday night on Mother’s Day.

A host of relatives enjoyed a fish fry at the home of Bobby and Martha Fant, of Holly Springs, last Saturday afternoon.

Helen Gregory had surgery at Baptist Collierville Hospital on Thursday. A get well wish is sent to her.

Arnold Goode traveled to Farmington, Mo. last Thursday to meet his brother Tommy Goode. He assisted Tommy in repairing a porch roof.

Ailee Coopwood, Allene Teel, Hilda Williams, Randy Hunsucker, Toni Hunsucker, Dylan Hunsucker, Justin Hunsucker, Monroe Bolden and Shirley Bolden attended a birthday party for Hannah Styers in Millington, Tenn. on Saturday, May 14.

Christina Teel graduated from Marshall Academy Monday evening, May 16. Congratulations Christina on being valedictorian of your class. Christina is the daughter of Paulette Teel and the late Maynard Teel.

Wesley Tipton, grandson of Mary Ellen Godsey and the late Wilbur Godsey, Sr., will graduate from Collierville High School, Saturday, May 28, at the Pyramid in Memphis.

Ruth Mitchell, from Hernando, came by to visit me on Thursday. She was Campbell’s nurse aide from Unity Hospice in Olive Branch.

Clyde Joyner is home after spending several days in Collierville Baptist Hospital. A get well wish is sent to her.

Gwendy Youngblood, from Tupelo, visited her mother, Barbara Ellis on Mother’s Day.

Carol Gardner, Annie Cook and Jimmy Bell attended the ordination service for Doug Bell on Sunday.

Fred, Charlotte and Doug Brown visited relatives in Chicago recently.

Team Kids commencement and youth musical will be held at FBC, Mt. Pleasant on May 22, at 5 p.m. Finger food will be served afterwards.

A warm welcome is extended to the Cannon family who have moved into the former home of the Styers on Hwy. 311.

Alisa Goode and Kathy Goode celebrated their birthdays this weekend with a cookout at the home of Arnold and Kathy Goode. 

Madge and Johnny Winburn visited me this week. While here they cut my grass. My grandson Randy Mayer also stopped by.

Arnold and Kathy Goode visited Arnold’s uncle, Ocie Maxey, at the VA Home in Oxford on Sunday. They also visited several residents at Trinity Mission in Holly Springs.


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