Thursday, May 17, 2007
Moonlight cruises set for summer nights
I guess you could say that spring skipped us this year. Last week the yellow pollen was everywhere and the hot days wreaked havoc on new plantings, so the rains were a blessing.
Congratulations to Korrie Stanton on her engagement
Congratulations to Korrie Stanton (a former neighbor and friend who attends Blue Mountain College) and Jeff Smith of Saltillo on their recent engagement and forthcoming marriage at First Baptist Church in Saltillo in June.
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
50th wedding celebration to honor Boyds Sunday
Charles and Nancy Boyd will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 26, at Carey Chapel Baptist Church from 2-5 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend this happy occasion.
Hamilton hosts special program Sunday
To mothers: with each gentle word and caring touch, I felt the security of His love, as well as your own. I discovered the meaning of personal faith as I watched you look to Him for guidance and saw you share His love, not only in the words you spoke, but in your actions too. God has truly blessed my life with the gift of a dodly mother.
Mothers were honored throughout the churches, in the homes and around the world on Mother’s Day, May 13. Happy belated Mother’s Day to all mothers.
The people of this community are in sympathy with the families of the late John Byers and the late Mickey Stewart.
Our prayers go out to the sick, shut-ins and bereaved everywhere.
Hamilton Chapel CME Church’s annual Men’s and Women’s Day program will be held Sun., May 20.
The Greenfield Presbyterian Church’s annual calendar drive and youth day program will be held May 27, at 3 p.m. The speaker will be Minister Thaddeus Jefferson. He has a message for the old and young at heart.
Come one and all.
Retired educators to meet June 8; service honors Lessye Lee Davis
There will be a three-night revival at Hopewell No. 1 July 11 to 13 nightly at 7 p.m. Rev. S.A. Phillips will be the evangelist from Pleasant Grove Church. Rev. Leroy James, host pastor. The public is invited.
Marshall County Retired Education Personnel will meet Friday, June 8, 1 p.m. in the Marshall County Library with president Jones presiding.
Samuel Chapel Missionary Society had dinner at Barnhill’s Restaurant in Collierville, Tenn., last week.
Memorial service was at Hill Crest Cemetery in honor of the First Negro Home Extension agent, Lessye Lee Davis. Program : song, prayer by David Caldwell, Asbury. Scripture. Reading, The Bridge Builder, Jessie Jackson. Message, professor Joseph Ford, former principal of Holly Springs High School. Solo, Miss Gloria Marion. The Pledge, members of the Eddie Lee Smith 4-H Club.
Poem, Debra L. Terry of Christ Temple. Vote of thanks by Deloris Plaxico.
We wish to express our sympathy and love to the family of the late Marvin Louis Baird. Services were held for him Saturday, May 5 at Ashland High School. He was a retired public school teacher. His son delivered the eulogy. Clark Memorial Funeral Home of Meridian was in charge of arrangements.
Everyone enjoyed the May Day parade.
See you next time.
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