Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007
Potts Camp News
Etoyle Ash honored on birthday at Taylor’s
Roy Rhea’s 100th birthday celebration was a wonderful success! All his children and grandchildren were present but one grandson who was in Texas. Over 100 people signed the register, but others came. The food was delicious; it was served outside on picnic tables. The special event was held at the home of his son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rhea of Cornersville.
Snow Lake News
Miniature golf course open; contributions needed
Hello, Snow Lakers! I know you all have been enjoying this beautiful weather that we’ve been having lately. I know we have!
Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
First Baptist-Mt. Pleasant homecoming Sunday
A group of senior citizens from First Baptist Mt. Pleasant enjoyed a trip to a fall festival at Whiteville, Tenn., Saturday, Oct. 6.
Holly Springs News
Hopewell No. 1 Pastor’s Aid Club presented Dr. Zebedee Reynolds Jones, professor of music at Rust College, in concert Sunday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m. at Hopewell No. 1 before a crowd. In six parts, national anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” “My Country Tis of Thee,” “God Bless America”. Part II - Visitation, Sis. Mamie Byers. Poem, Bro. John House. Part III - Classical Music. Part IV - Peace in the Valley, Precious Lord, Blood Will Never Lose Its Power. He Looks Beyond My Faults. How Beautiful Heaven Must Be. Part V- I Need Thee, Where He Leads Me, What’s This, Blessed Assurance, I Won’t Complain. Part VI - Announcements, Vote of thanks Sis. Etoyil Long. Benediction, Pastor James. Closing songs He Holds The Whole World In His Hands. Hallelujah Chorus, Rust College choir. Sis. Etoyil Long, Deacon Henderson Milan, sponsors. Pastor James honored three people, Ruby Mason, Willie Mae DeBerry and Henderson Milan. Others were honored by a couple and they were deacon Melvin DeBerry, Willie B. Cornelious, Cynthia Cole and Mary Jane Faulkner, deceased. Following the program, Hopewell No. 1’s Missionary Society served refreshments to all in the fellowship hall. Agranna Phillips, Dr. Nellie Smith, Luberta Smith, Mary Ruth Street and many others helped.
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