Thursday, August 16, 2007
Just down the road from the ordinary; and how beautiful it is
Wow! What a time we had last Saturday night at the hamburger and ice cream dinner. Jason and his helpers sure cooked some fine burgers and Emily and her helpers made some great beans.
Several attend ladies ministry luncheon
Congratulations to winners of the election!
It’s wonderful to see the children and teachers across the road since school has started.
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Mary Mills celebrates 87th birthday
The Teel family reunion was a big success. There were 150 and several visitors attended. There was a lot of food and pictures were taken. Penny Browning won the door prize.
Retired educators and friends on tour
Marshall County Retired Education Personnel and friends went on a tour to Sikeston, Mo. Aug. 2 and had lunch at Lambert’s Cafe and went to the shopping mall. Making the tour were Laverne Jones, president; Lawrence Autry, vice president; Mary Milan, former president; Mary Ruth Street, secretary; Maggie Freeman, Charles Johnson, Helen Newsom, Joyce Task, Ruby Taylor, Lucille Taylor, Joyce Watkins, Pauline Scales, Bonitta Sims, Claude Vinson, James Scales, Robbie N. Zinn, Zolar Harper, Ferristeen Clayborn, Opherine Howell, Candice Taylor, Verneda Taylor, Alexis Green, Rosa Rayford, Gladys Brown, Brenda Brown, Lydia Miller, Nadine Scales, Floyd Miller, Maggie Adams, Josephine Boone, Della Phillips, Nina Wilkins and Riley Redd.
CME Conference was held in Tupelo last week.
Summer revival is in session for three nights at Samuel Chapel Church this week.
Henderson Milan went back for a checkup at Northeast Medical Center in Tupelo and was transported by Willie Morris Bowen.
Several ladies attend Women’s Cluster in Oxford August 11
Beloved, do not believe every spirit but test the spirits whether they are of God because many false prophets have gone out into the world. I John 4:1
Evelyn C. Elliott and Elmira Curry attended the Presbyterian Women’s Fall Cluster Gathering of Presbyterians of St. Andrew A and B at the First Presbyterian Church in Oxford on Saturday, Aug. 11. We are sorry some of our ladies that were appointed missed the meeting.
We are grateful that Dr. Rev. Coker George and family had a wonderful and safe trip on their reunion trip in Minnesota.
Rev. George was at his post of duty at Greenfield Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Aug. 12. He delivered an inspiring message; subject, “Be Prepared.”
The people of this community and elsewhere are in sympathy with the family and friends of Earnestine Adams. She was well known in Marshall and Lafayette Counties.
To our church family and friends of Greenfield Presbyterian Church, remember that September is the month for our annual Family and Friends Day program.
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