Thursday, June 29, 2006
Ethan Humphries celebrates fourth birthday on two separate family gatherings
Jack Clayton and family from Kentucky stopped for a visit with his dad, Joel Clayton, for several hours before driving to the coast to spend a few days. Joel continues to be on the sick list; pray for him. He and his family have been good neighbors for many years. His wife, Joyce, is a special friend.
& Mt. Pleasant News
Get well wishes extended to Alfred Loftin
On Father’s Day at First Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, the pastor, Dr. Rob Finly and wife Judy’s families came to participate in the Sunday morning service.
Greenfield Presbyterian Church hosts Father’s Day breakfast
Sunday, June 18, after a wonderful Father’s Day breakfast, Greenfield Presbyterian Church started its day encouraging the fathers of our congregation to continue their good works throughout the community and in their homes.
Bluegrass Festival set for Saturday
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week. Ours was quiet but very enjoyable.
A friend, Ed McCulley, called today to tell me of an unusual event in his family. His wife Pat’s younger brother, John Hess, rode a bicycle from Los Angeles, Ca. to Ashland.
Memorial service honors John Phillips Sr.
Hopewell No. 1 attended a program at Oak Hill Baptist Church in Memphis Sunday afternoon, June 18. Pastor James delivered the sermon and the choir provided the music. Refreshments were served in Oak Hill Fellowship Hall.
Mary Milan visited her sick brother, John Jackson, in Detroit last weekend. Memorial service was held for the late John Phillips Sr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Phillips in Memphis June 18.
Marshall County Retired Education Personnel will meet Friday, Aug. 11 in the public library 1 p.m. Mrs. Laverne Jones, president. She urges all retired teachers to attend.
Men and Women’s Day will be held at Hopewell No. 1 the fourth Sunday in July, the 24th, 10:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
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