Thursday, July 27, 2006
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Carey Chapel plans watermelon cutting
Thursday, July 27, at 10 a.m. at FBC, Mt. Pleasant, there will be an informational meeting regarding the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. Since there seems to be confusion about the plan there will be someone there to answer your questions. He is not selling insurance. Anyone is invited to attend.
Carey Chapel Baptist Church is planning to have a watermelon cutting and a time to play games for their fifth Sunday service on Sunday evening, July 30, at 5:00 p.m.
Jack Childs is the new Interim Minister of Music at Carey Chapel Baptist Church.
Arnold and Kathy Goode traveled to Fort Worth, Texas last weekend to visit Arnold’s sister Linda Breedlove and his brother Tommy Goode.
Ailee Coopwood and Allene Teel attended the wedding and reception of Amy Youngblood and Casey Myers at Calvary Baptist Church, in Tupelo, on Saturday, July 22. Amy is the granddaughter of Barbara Ellis.
Billy and Estelle McClure, Steve and Michelle Johnson and Faith enjoyed a vacation to New York and Washington, DC recently. While in Washington, DC they toured the White House.
Ralph Thompson was rushed to Baptist Collierville Hospital after a heart attack. Our prayers are with him and Nadine.
Fred Brown had surgery at St. Francis Hospital recently. His wife Charlotte had eye surgery. Our prayers are with them.
Arnold Goode celebrated his birthday Thursday, July 20. Those who enjoyed birthday pie with him were Kathy Goode, Allene Teel, Claudie and Sarah Pannell, and Mattie Lou and Lynn Anderson.
Several years ago I remember attending a funeral at the local church. There was a very large crowd that attended, so some of us ladies sat in the choir loft behind the minister.
After the service ended the body was being viewed for the last time as was the custom. We began to go down the choir steps, with the help of the funeral director, who stood at the bottom of the steps. My sister-in-law was behind me. She missed a step, fell into me and pushed me right into the arms of the funeral director.
If he hadn’t been there I would have fallen flat on my face. I was so embarrassed I slipped out the side door without even viewing the body.
After we arrived at the cemetery, for the burial, there were two women talking and not paying attention to where they were walking.
One of them caught her foot under the artificial grass that covers the pile of dirt left after digging the grave. They both almost fell in the grave. The funeral director came over to make sure they were both OK. I’ll bet he wondered what was going to happen next.
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