Thursday, November 16, 2006
Whaleys entertain; rejoice over new baby
JoAnn Potts of Olive Branch had back surgery recently in Memphis; she is the wife of my late brother, Rev. Lindy Potts. We send get well wishes to her.
Writer still visiting in LA with new grandson
Hello Snow Lakers; I hope you had a good week. Mine was fabulous. I am still in Los Angeles with my new great-grandson, Ethan, who is pictured here. I am still behaving myself so I can stay until after Thanksgiving.
& Mt. Pleasant News
Thompsons celebrate 65th
The United Methodist Church had a revival Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights last week.
Retired Education Personnel to meet Dec. 8
The Marshall County Branch of the NAACP’s annual Freedom Fund Banquet was held Friday, Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m. at the Conference Center.
Dr. W.A. McMillan, former president of Rust College, life membership committee. Prelude, Mrs. Luberta Smith, chair, education committee and wife of our first black mayor. Hymn “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Invocation, Rev. Patrick Phillips, Asbury United Methodist Church. Greetings Bobby Joe Adkins, second vice president. Representative Kelvin O. Buck discussed the occasion. Solo, Dr. Nellie Smith, Rust College. Delicious dinner was served. Solo, Marsha Gail Finley. Mrs. Agnes Foster introduced the speaker, Rev. Robert Jamison, People Community Baptist Church in Tupelo. Life membership awards were presented to youth and adults by Mrs. Frances Hathorne and Mrs. Mozell Kelley. Recognition of guests and remarks by Dr. Paul Lampley.
Marshall County Retired Education Personnel will meet Dec. 8 at Dreamland. Our Christmas dinner will be served for a fee.
Completers of Phase I at the Baptist Association Building Oct. 29, Sis. Bessie Anderson, Hopewell No. 1; Sis. Bessie Anthony, Hearn Grove; Sis. Laverne Jones, Chulahoma; Sis. Wilma Jones, Smith Grove; Sis. Flora Stinson, Mt. Moriah; Sis. Annie Spight, Hopewell No. 2.
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