Thursday, September 14, 2006
Stones and Randolphs celebrate anniversaries
Frank Hutchens Jr. and wife, Barbara, of Big Creek were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Stone. His dad was principal of Potts Camp High School at one time. He died after having surgery in the ’60s. Many of us drove to Calhoun County to attend his funeral.
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Kathy Curl celebrates birthday with lunch at Red Lobster; Team Kids begins at FBC
Barbara Ellis visited her sister in Oakland, Tenn. during the Labor Day holiday.
Breakfast and meeting set for Saturday
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week .
We left last Tuesday for vacation. When you read this we will be in Las Vegas waiting for the birthday party on Monday.
Mary Milan receives awards at the Benton County Fair and Marshall County Extension Exhibit
Labor Day weekend was enjoyed by many in the city of Holly Springs.
Hopewell No. 1’s pastor, Leroy James served dinner to his Bible students Aug. 30 in the fellowship hall at the church.
Hopewell No. 1’s church picnic was held Saturday at Wall Doxey State Park. Games were played and delicious food was served.
The Pastor’s Aide Club will present Dr. Zebedee Reynolds Jones, professor of music at Rust College in concert Sunday, Oct. 1, 7 p.m. at Hopewell No. 1. The public is invited to attend.
The National Baptist Convention USA, Inc. is in session this week in Dallas, Tx. Local pastors and laymen from this area are in attendance.
Genetha Smith had surgery at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Oxford Aug. 28.
Hopewell No. 1 Church Conference for the first half of the church year will meet Friday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of the church. Pastor James urges all members to attend.
Julius Bostick celebrated his birthday in Memphis Saturday.
Henderson Milan has retired from being sponsor of the Mother’s Celebration at Hopewell No. 1. He was succeeded by Sis. Cora Walton.
Mary Milan participated in the Benton County Fair with 43 entries. She was awarded 39 blue ribbons for first place and four red ribbons for second place. She participated in the Marshall County Extension Exhibit on the square and was awarded 11 blue ribbons for first place and two red ribbons for second place and two white ribbons for third place.
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