Thursday, February 8, 2007
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
First Baptist hosts Valentine’s Banquet in Methodist fellowship hall
First Baptist Church, Mt Pleasant, is planning a Valentine’s Banquet on Saturday, February 10, from 3-5 p.m. The banquet will be held in the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall because the FBC is in the process of moving their fellowship to make room for a new one.
Carey Chapel Baptist Church is sponsoring a chili supper fundraiser on Saturday, February 10 from 4-7 p.m.
Congratulations to Doug Brown and Ann Humphreys on their wedding January 14, in Marion, Ark. at the home of his sister Esther Williams.
Rev. John Budlong, former pastor of First Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, is home from Memphis Baptist Hospital improving. A get well wish is sent to him.
Floy Wilson is recuperating at the home of her daughter, Ann Lollar, of Hickory Flat. She spent several days as a patient at Alliance HealthCare in Holly Springs. A get well prayer is sent to her.
Love and sympathy are expressed to the Huckaba family in the loss of their loved one, Barbara. Sympathy is also expressed to the Bell family in the loss of their loved one.
Brett Norton is home for a two weeks leave from Iraq. He is here to be with his grandfather who is in the Medical Center Hospital, in Memphis, in serious condition.
Nadine Thompson is home from St. Francis after a brief stay.
Billy McClure had back surgery at Methodist Germantown Hospital on Friday. A get well wish is sent to him.
Kathy Goode visited her nephew and niece Cory and Jennifer Goode, in Chattanooga, Tenn. last weekend. While there she attended the deacon ordination service for Jennifer Goode.
Sometimes on a pretty Sunday I would put on my best Sunday dress and walk to my friend’s house and catch a ride to church. She would always invite me to go back home with her to eat dinner. One particular Sunday my friend’s mother also invited one of her friends for dinner.
After we got to the house we helped set the table. There were several kinds of vegetables, a meat dish and a big bowl of potato salad. Boy, how I loved potato salad.
After we were all seated at the table the blessing was asked and the food passed around. The potato salad was sitting next to the visiting lady. She spooned herself out a generous helping. There was some left on the spoon , so she put the spoon in her mouth and licked it clean. She then deposited the spoon back into the bowl and passed it to me. As well as I loved potato salad I had to pass it up. It sure did hurt to say, “no thanks, I don’t care for any.” My friend’s dad looked across the table at me and winked. Everyone at the table passed up the potato salad.
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