By Henderson Milan
teachers to meet at Multi-Purpose Building
of Durham, N.C., was sent by her employer to Barcelona,
Spain, Tuesday, Jan. 18. She was accompanied by her
mother, Maxine Reaves of Rochester, N.Y.
Growth Seminar was held at Hopewell No. 1 Saturday, Jan.
29, 10 a.m. Dr. Edna Crafton was the lecturer and Dr.
John W. Crittle was the speaker.
County Retired Education Personnel will meet Friday, Feb.
11, 1 p.m. in Marshall County Library with president
Laverne Jones presiding. This will be our black history
and honored day.
Baptist Missionary Society of Samuel Chapel Church will
meet Saturday, Jan. 29, 10 a.m. Meditation will be taught
and will close with the Baptist Missionary Pledge.
our love and sympathy to Mrs. Effie Peterson in the
recent loss of one of her sisters.
Mr. and Mrs.
Elroy Prater celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary in
Detroit, Mich. They have made many visits to Holly
Milan will go back to Rayner Clinic in Oxford Thursday,
Jan. 27 for an eye check- up.
Springs Baptist Association Board met Saturday, Jan. 15,
10 a.m. at the Baptist Association Building, pastor
Arthur Fitchpatrick presiding. Agenda: devotion, prayer
offered by Pastor James Green. Roll call and the minutes
were read by secretary. Old business, new business,
building maintenance, reports from the congress,
Womens Auxiliary, youth department, publicity and
banking committee. Printed materials were passed out to
the group. Donuts and juice were served to the group.
Many other items were discussed. Dr. Celestine Tucker and
Dr. Bessie Tables were present.
Mr. and Mrs.
William Hollowell and daughter visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henderson Milan Jan. 13. Mr. Hollowell and
daughter interviewed Henderson Milan. After the
interview, they were given a tour of the Milan home.
After the tour they had an interesting chat. The Milans
Parker delivered a wonderful sermon from the subject
The Greatest Wrapper and beautiful music was
provided by the youth choir.
Mr. and Mrs.
William Hollowells daughter is making plans to
enroll in the school of law at the University of
Mississippi this fall.
County Retired Education Personnel will not meet at the
Public Library Friday, Feb. 11. Our meeting will be in
the Multi-Purpose Building on North Memphis Street in
Holly Springs Friday, Feb. 11, 1 p.m.
Baptist Missionary Society of Samuel Chapel met Saturday,
Jan. 22, 10 a.m. Meditation was taught and closed with
the Baptist Missionary Pledge.
Jones, along with his lovely wife, Mrs. Gracie Jones from
Jerusalem Baptist Church in Memphis, had a special
invitation to the Presidential Inauguration on Thursday,
Jan. 20 in Washington D.C., for the grand occasion.
Pastor and Mrs. Jones both attended one of the 11 balls
that night. This was truly a blessing and honor to be at
the history-making celebration.
We wish to
express our deepest sympathy and love to the families of
Roosevelt Harris of Benton County and Tommy Robinson of
service was held at Hopewell No. 1 Sunday, Jan. 23, 8
a.m. with Pastor Leroy James calling to worship. Devotion
was led by the deacons. Beautiful music was provided by
the choir. Deacon Ben Cole II led in Responsive Reading
from St. Matthew 16:24-28. Announcements by Sis. Tina
Zinn. Pastoral remarks. Benevolent, tithes and offerings
were received by the ushers and church officials. The
sick report was given. Prayer from the pulpit.
Non-members present were Minister Lawrence Williams of
Starkville. Hymn of the morning was I Love The
Lord. Pastor James Scripture was from St.
Luke 19:10, subject What Is Your Personal Life With
Jesus Christ. Financial report was given by the
clerk. Remarks by Minister Williams and Mayor Andre
DeBerry. Benediction by Pastor James.
1 Pastors Aide program was presented Sunday, Jan.
23, 2:45 p.m. Theme, God Supplies All Our
Needs. The program: Call to Worship, Pastor James;
devotion was led by the first lady, beautiful music was
provided by Hopewell No. 1 and Jerusalem choirs. Deacon
Melvin DeBerry introduced the master of ceremony, Pastor
Oliver P. White. Sis. Cora Walton gave the welcome.
Deacon Ben Cole II gave remarks on the theme. Solos were
given by Sis. Mary Beard of Hopewell No. 1 and Bro.
Roosevelt Galloway of St. Mark. Pastor James introduced
the speaker, Rev. Dr. Gifton Jr., pastor of Jerusalem
Baptist Church in Memphis, who brought a beautiful sermon
that thrilled the congregation. His Scripture was taken
from St. Mark 4:35-41, subject Jesus In
Action and was enjoyed by all. Words of Gratitude,
Deacon Melvin DeBerry. Closing remarks Pastor James.
Remarks and benediction, Pastor Jones. Delicious food was
served in the fellowship hall of the church by the
missionary ladies of the church.
service was held at Samuel Chapel Church Sunday, Jan. 23,
11 a.m. with Pastor Davis calling to worship. Scripture
was taken from St. Luke 9:1-5. Devotion, deacons and
congregation. Statement of Faith was led by Minister
Charles Norwood. Selection, Youth choir Come and Go
With Me. Announcements by Sis. Frances Baird.
Jackson is in New Albany Hospital. Pastor Davis presented
certificates to those who attended Bible class in 2004.
Pastoral Prayer. Selection, youth choir. Offering was
received by the ushers and church officials and blessed
by Pastor Davis. Selection, youth choir soloist Laseyvion
McAfee. Hymn of the morning was Amazing
Grace. Pastor Daviss Scripture was taken from
Proverbs 3:1-4, subject To Know, To Love and Obey
Robert Tallie Sr., guitar, Robert on drums, Donald
Thompson on keyboards.
Hope to see
you next week.
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