Thursday, February 2, 2006

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Writer honored on birthday with dinner

Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge ye shall be judged and with what measure ye mete it, shall be measured to you again. And why beholdeth thou the note that is in thy brother’s eye but considered not the beam that is in thine own eye? Matthew 7:1-3

Every year carries away some in our number. Somebody is gone that was here last year.

Happy New Year to everyone that is here so far. We give God the praise for all of our blessings.

Waterford Lodge #458 recently had its dedication and ribbon ceremony. On hand for the ceremony were members of Waterford Masonic Lodge #450, Sunrise Chapter #166 Order of Eastern Star, Miller’s Court #301, Heroines of Jericho and friends.

The occasion was done by Mrs. Queen Martin, ancient matron of Miller’s Court #301. The Litany was done by Bro. Levan Miller, worshipful master/ district lecturer. We are thankful to God for blessing us with this building.

Miller’s Court No. 301 and Waterford Lodge No. 450 will present their Salad Fiesta and Fashion Review Saturday, Feb. 18, 6:30 p.m. at the Waterford Lodge Hall. Donation, $5.

Mrs. Troy M. Miller of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Elmira M. Curry spent a weekend in January in Chicago, Ill., and attended the funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna H. Miller. Mrs. Troy M. Miller was guest in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Pete and husband Rev. Paul Pete. Mrs. Curry spent one night and day with our niece, Mrs. Geraldine Trotter and husband Bobby, and one night with the Petes.

The Trotters served dinner to many of the out-of-town guests on Saturday and Sunday.

We spent Monday with Beatrice starting with breakfast at the Cracker Barrel, compliments of her husband, Rev. Pete. Then we went shopping and visited in the homes of her children, Vanessa and Carl Robinson and family.

Mrs. Troy M. Miller of Memphis, Tenn. served a pre-birthday dinner to her sister on Sunday, Jan. 22. The dinner was enjoyed with some family members, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curry and children of Holly Springs; Ms. Elcue Curry, Mrs. Evelyn C. Elliott, and grandchildren all from here, Mr. Calvin Miller and son Joshua of Memphis, Tenn. Due to the weather, other guests did not make the dinner.

Rev. Coker George Jr., Elder Evelyn C. Elliott and Mrs. Elmira Curry attended the tapestry at the First Presbyterian Church in Tupelo on Saturday, Jan. 21.

Mrs. Lela Sharrice Jeffries Perpeet from Chicago, Ill. has returned home after spending two weeks here with her brother, Telca Jeffries.

Miller’s Court No. 301 Heroines of Jericho met Saturday Jan. 28 at Waterford Lodge at 10 a.m. with the ancient matron, Mrs. Queen Martin, and Joshua Rev. Wilson Reynolds presiding.

Mrs. Elmira M. Curry was honored on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 29, in her home with a birthday dinner sponsored by Mrs. Catina Newsom for the purpose of the children and grandchildren who did not get a chance to attend the pre-birthday dinner that was hosted in the home of Mrs. Troy Miller on Jan. 22.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Curry and Mrs. Evelyn C. Elliott were among the attendees from the first dinner.


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