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Memorial Day is a day on which those who died in active military service are remembered, traditionally observed on May 30 but now officially observed on the last Monday in May. I pray you all observe this Memorial Day in the respect as it should be, for the true meaning. If you are traveling, I pray safe travels for you.
Congratulations to all the graduates from day care through college! You all have worked hard to accomplish this milestone in your life.
Please keep the Love family in your prayers. Ms. Elizabeth (Libby) Love was laid to rest Wednesday, May 18, in the Scobey Cemetery.
Congratulations to Mr. Keith Harris on being named the 2021-2022 Most Influential Teacher selected by student votes. Keith is the son of our pastor, Bro. Ricky Harris and Sheri Harris.
Mark, Faye and Kristie Hartley held their annual bass tournament Saturday, May 14, marking their 30th annual tournament. Winners were Farrell Fester and largest bass; second place – Mike Runnels, third place – Ethan Shields; and 4th place – Dallas Goodson. Largest crappie winner was Johnny Shields and largest stringer winner was Brady Taylor.
“God blessed us with a beautiful day. Lots of fun food fellowship and good times. Thanks to everyone that helped to make this event happen,” Faye shared.
Tommy and Deborah McCool along with Tommy’s sister, Alice Kellum, spent Saturday night and Sunday in Greenville. They visited Tommy’s two brothers-in-law, Hubert Utz and Jim Welch, both of Leland. Hubert came home from the hospital last week, and Jim had a procedure done Tuesday in Jackson. He ended up having to have heart surgery. They both are doing well now. Deborah said they did a little shopping and a lot of looking while in Greenville.
Congratulations to Kristen Sturdivant and Dylan Douglas on their marriage Saturday, May 21. I pray you two have a long and happy marriage.
Martha Box has been busy doing the whawtusie and the BBop on that army of slider invaders in her house. (Army worms)
She said there was a great revival Sunday night through Wednesday night with great sharing of the word – a wonderful spirit-filled REVIVAL.
She’s been busy all week taking care of needs and wants, especially her workouts. She added, “you would think I would be quite curvaceous by now.”
Martha took Sunday off and did nothing at all until 3 p.m. She finally dressed and went to check on her patient/neighbor, then went on up to see Joyce Stevens, her sister, for a delicious supper.
Happy birthday to Jesse Anna Robinson on the 26th, Bob Bailey celebrates the 27th and Teresa Jaco Bailey the 28th. I wish all of you a great day of celebrating.
Our great grandson, Bradley Holliday, was awarded the Outstanding Citizenship award by his third grade teachers, Mrs. Amanda Cobb and Mrs. Ricki Jean Hardin, on May 17. Bradley is looking forward to entering the fourth grade this fall.
We have had so much sickness in our little community lately with colds and sinus problems. The ones on the mend include Sadie Harper, Eugene Bailey, Sandy Beavers, Virginia Beavers and Kenny Parker, to name a few!
Thought for the day……I do not want merely to possess a faith, I want a faith that possesses me.