Thursday, July 28, 2005

Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Allene Teel

Teel reunion set for Aug. 6

Finger food was enjoyed in the fellowship hall at First Baptist Mt. Pleasant Sunday night; afterwards was a business meeting.

We are sorry to hear about the death of Luther Clark’s wife’s death. Sympathy and love are expressed to the family.

Lucy Mae Devore is home after being in the hospital and nursing home.

Johnny and Madge Winburn from Hickory Flat, Kathy and Arnold Goode were supper guests at my home Friday afternoon.

Jason, Laura Little and children Barbara Ellis enjoyed camping in Hardy, Ark. recently.

Kathy Goode carried Kathy Curl for surgery as an outpatient in Memphis Thursday.

Glenwood Cothern from Clear Creek visited relatives here in the community Monday.

Monty and Katie Skelton from Martinsburg, W. Va. are visiting relatives here in the community.

Bro. Arnold Goode celebrated his birthday Aug. 18, with all the trimmings. His birthday is the 20th. Those present were his wife, Kathy, Allene Teel, David and Alisa Goode, and boys.

Randy Mayer from Potts Camp came by to visit me Wednesday. He wasn’t feeling too good.

The Teel family reunion will be Saturday, Aug. 6 at Wall Doxey State Park, 10 a.m. until. Pot-luck lunch at noon. Be ready for the excitement. Cousin look alike contest, games for the kids. Bring something to be used for a door prize. We welcome anyone who wants to come and be a Teel for the day.

I ate birthday dinner with my guest grandson, Drew Byrd, Thursday, July 21. The birthday cake his mother made for him was delicious.

The second day of my two-week vacation traveling to Salinas, Calif. - After a good night’s rest leaving Kansas City, Mo., at 8:30 headed for Kansas. We brought breakfast and ate on our way. We were in Kansas in no time. Kathy stopped to fill the car with gas. Kansas City is a big town. As we left the town behind, going down the interstate, there were acres and acres of flat land. There are lots of wheat and corn grown in Kansas. As we traveled into Topeka, Kan., Kathy called a friend. She met with us at Hardee’s. She treated us with cold drinks. After visiting for a while, pictures were taken. We said our goodbyes. We were back on the interstate 70. You could see old homes and barns almost falling down, old machinery. It made me sad wondering what happened to all the families. There were lots of oil wells in Colby, Kan. The wind is blowing strongly here. We are spending the night at Best Western Buffalo Inn at Goodland, Kan.

After a good night’s rest and a free breakfast. We are ready to hit the interstate again to Denver, Colo. Oh! I forgot Kathy took my picture standing by a buffalo, not a real live one. Next week I will write about my third day of vacation.


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