Thursday, November 1, 2007
Holly Springs News
Henderson and Mary Milan celebrate 56th anniversary
Mrs. Willie Mae DeBerry celebrated her 90th birthday, Oct. 13 at Annie’s Restaurant. Dr. Roy Lee DeBerry was the master of ceremony from Jackson State University. All of her children and grandchildren were present. Friends said good things about her. She is a member of Hopewell No. 1. We are wishing her many more birthdays.
Fall revival is in session this week at Hopewell No. 1.
Samuel Chapel celebrated their pastor and wife’s appreciation during the month of October.
First Lady Henretta James was the speaker Sunday, Oct. 21 on Health.
We wish to express our sympathy and love to the families of the late John Smith and John Lee Daugherty.
John Richard of Los Angeles, Calif., visited relatives and friends here.
NAACP Freedom banquet was held at Dreamland Oct. 10.
The revival that was held three nights, Oct. 24-26, was a great success. Devotion, plan of salvation and the 10th chapter of Romans was read each night. Some inspiring sermons were delivered each night. Beauty DeBerry, wife of the mayor, was the speaker Sunday. We had visitors present at our revival.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Milan celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Oct. 24. They were married Oct. 24, 1951 at Providence Baptist Church in Holly Springs with the late Rev. W.L. Echols performing the ceremony. They took a trip to Oklahoma City, Okla. On their wedding anniversary, they viewed photo albums, toured the beautiful campus of University of Mississippi, had lunch at Beacon Cafe in Oxford.
Henderson Milan had a physical in Baptist Memorial Hospital North.
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