Thursday, June 22, 2006
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Carey Chapel Baptist hosts Vacation Bible School June 25-30
Vacation Bible School at Carey Chapel Baptist Church is June 25-30 and will be from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. All ages are welcome.
Drake Goode celebrated his 12th birthday Tuesday, June 13. His mother, Alisa, treated him, a friend and his brothers to a movie in Collierville, came back home and ate birthday cake.
Several in the community attended the wedding for Everett West IV and Lani Carpenter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Owens, Saturday evening, June 10.
Murry Hardin is a patient at Methodist Germantown Hospital. A get well wish is sent to him.
Those who visited me on Friday afternoon were Zora Calder, daughter Janet from Bartlett, Carol Wells from Olive Branch, Delia Hurdle from Slayden, Mattie Anderson, Myrtis Todd, Dot Langston and Kathy Goode from the Carey Community. We all had a great time talking, laughing and taking pictures.
A cookout was enjoyed at the home of Ivy and Patricia Teel’s Friday evening to celebrate Father’s Day. A host of family attended.
Claudie and Sarah Pannell, Bro. Arnold and Kathy Goode enjoyed a fish dinner at the Fish Place in Rossville, Tenn., Friday evening.
Barbara Ellis and Ailee Coopwood attended a bridal shower for Barbara’s granddaughter in Tupelo recently.
Ivy, Patricia Teel and I attended a baby dedication at Slayden Baptist Church, Sunday morning, June 18. Hannah and Noah Teel, daughter and son of Gary and Michelle Teel, were among the ones who were dedicated.
June 6, “The Little People” came to Carey Chapel Baptist Church to visit the Keenagers. Twenty-six of them enjoyed a covered dish luncheon, with six visitors. They were entertained with two teens from the Grays Creek Baptist Church in Hernando. Blake Walker sang and played the keyboard. He sang “Breathe” and “Above All.” Emily Boyd, Nancy Boyd’s granddaughter, sang “In Christ Alone.” Their music director, Benny Morton, came with them. He and Emily sang and performed sign language to “Agnus Dei” while Blake played the keyboard. Then Bro. Benny and Blake played “Victory in Jesus” as a duet on the keyboard. Blake did a beautiful job on an instrumental “Near the Cross.” People kept wondering where the Little People were, because these six visitors weren’t small. Bro. Benny’s sister, Sheila, and niece, Tricia, and Missy Boyd, were there to help with the rest of the program. Then the scene changed and the Keenagers were entertained with “Little People” as promised -- puppets. It was a tremendous program. Everyone had a wonderful time. Even Bro. O.E. learned some new words for his sermons from the professor in the puppet show. The Keenagers next meeting will be Thursday, July 6, at 11 a.m. at Carey Chapel Baptist Church. It will be a fancy box lunch auction. Call 851-7588 for details. Come enjoy lunch with us.
Mama had an old hen that wanted to sit on eggs and raise a family. But Mama had other ideas. She would go by several times a day to grab and throw her off the nest. She did this for a week or two. One day, thinking to myself, “I’ll break her from sitting,” I grabbed that hen and ran to a nearby pond to throw her in. The hen swam across to the other side. I ran, picking her up, threw her back. I did this several times. The last time she didn’t swim out. I had to wade out and get her. She had drowned. What was I going to tell Mama? There was a sand ditch nearby, so I took the old hen and buried her in the sand. A few days went by.
I heard Mama say, “Something must have caught and ate that old setting hen.” My mouth was closed on the subject. Years went by before I told what happened to the hen. I said I would break her so I did. But I didn’t mean to drown her.
Remember, I was just a kid and wasn’t thinking.
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