Thursday, October 19, 2006
Breakfast Saturday followed by corporate meeting
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week. The weather has cooled down and right now there is a slow rain. We needed it, but it sure puts a stop to outside activities.
Hill home setting for Clayton reunion
A large crowd attended the Clayton reunion held at the home of Don and Susie Hill on Saturday. Lester Glen Clayton, son of the late Billie and Frank Clayton, stopped to visit his uncle, Joel Clayton and wife Joyce after the reunion.
& Mt. Pleasant News
Goodes visit relatives in Kansas City
Seven members from Carey Chapel Baptist Church and eleven members from First Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, attended the fall Marshall Baptist Association Meeting at Slayden Baptist Church last Tuesday night.
Political candidates encouraged to attend Rainbow Feast at Greenfield
What is humankind’s task to God and what are their christian ethics? However, more importantly and more personally, what must humans do if they wish to work more effectively on this problem within the framework of eternal blessings?
Hopewell No. 1 hosts fall revival
The 34th anniversary of Marshall County Singing Union was celebrated Sunday, Oct. 8, 3 p.m. at Hopewell No. 1 Theme, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord.” Welcome by Sis. Cora Walton. Acceptance from Sandhill. Music by the mass choir. Sis. Zelma discussed the occasion.
Officers were presented awards by president Terry Kilpatrick. Rev. Etoy Bogard, pastor of Sandhill Church, was speaker and guest. Remarks and benediction, Rev. Bogard.
Fall revival will be three nights at Hopewell No. 1 Oct. 25 - 27.
Marshall County Retired Education Personnel will meet at Dreamland Dec. 8. Our Christmas dinner will be served for a fee.
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