Thursday, June 21, 2012
Teamwork lands Roxul
The accents were different.
One Marshall County official even asked an industrial leader from Denmark if he had learned to say y’all yet.
Everyone in the circle, after a group photo was taken, smiled and laughed.
Close to Nowhere
Strep and its side effects
Being sick in the summer time is just not right. So, naturally, several in my house are sick.
A week or so ago, Meredith, with her brand new driving license, drove herself to the doctor to be diagnosed with strep throat.
The Preacher’s Corner
Vacation Bible School still a highlight of summertime
For the past few weeks we’ve been getting ready for Vacation Bible School at our place, with the Methodists, Presbyterians and Episcopalians joining forces to get the job done. I’m exhausted already, and I really do not have any hard work! Those who lead the singing, supervise the play, prepare the refreshments, tell the stories, make the crafts, clean up, and other wise bear the heat will be in bed recovering. It will be an exciting few days!
‘From the Gipsy Tent to the Pulpit’
By CHARLES SMITH
When Gipsy Smith Jr. came to Holly Springs on May 30, 1926, it made local headlines.
He was to conduct a three-week revival in a tent under the auspices of the Holly Springs Ministerial Alliance, which was headed by George L. Bitzer. Even though this was his first and only time in Holly Springs, Gipsy was no stranger to the Delta. He had held previous meetings in Jackson, Hattiesburg, Leland and even Corinth.
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