Thursday, November 1, 2007
Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Ladies of Mt. Pleasant Baptist enjoy night out
Homecoming was a big success at First Baptist Mt. Pleasant Sunday, Oct. 21. A large crowd attended. There was plenty of food and fellowship. The Inmans gospel singers, Eddie and Johnny Dunn and daughters sang in the afternoon.
The children and adults enjoyed a Halloween Festival at First Baptist Mt. Pleasant Saturday, Oct. 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Ladies night out at First Baptist Mt. Pleasant was enjoyed with a dinner at the Storehouse Restaurant in Slayden.
Funeral services were held for Linda (Bumpas) Campbell Wednesday, Oct. 24 at Holly Springs Funeral Home Chapel. Love and sympathy are expressed to the family.
Floy Wilson has gone to stay with her daughter in Memphis for her radiation treatment at West Clinic.
Patricia Teel carried me Friday to Rayner’s Eye Clinic in Oxford for an eye checkup. I received a good report.
Ken and Betty Guffey had relatives from Paducah, Ky., who came for a visit Saturday.
When our son was about 5 years old, he and his cousin, who was older than him, were playing in the field where his daddy and uncle were plowing with their tractors. For a while the boys went missing. Our son came where his daddy was and said he was sick. His daddy took him up on the tractor. He became sicker and sicker, so he brought him home. I was really upset when I saw how sick he was. We were going to take him to the doctor. His daddy questioned him. “Now, didn’t you take a chew of tobacco?” He denied it at first but finally owned up to it and said he did. My husband told me to settle down. He will be all right. He just took a chew of tobacco.
He laid on the bed the rest of the day. I don’t think he ever took another chew of tobacco.
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