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Earle News By Sue Ann Elms • FUMC Happy Hour Club

Earle News  By Sue Ann Elms  • FUMC Happy  Hour Club


The Happy Hour Club met at First United Methodist Church in the Morrision Fellowship Hall Monday, Sept.

2nd where they enjoyed a potluck luncheon.

Becky Knapp is president.

Faye Thompson, Doris Gately, Larry Dunn, Adria Roberts and Becky Knapp were recognized for all having September birthdays.

John Jenkins gave the devotional entitled, “Working for the Master.”

The bibical principales of work are: It is ordained by God, it is for a lifetime, it is not a punishment, it has three purposes, is a call for obedience, is honorable, is an oppoturnity for witness and should be done with excellence.

Others present were Dot McKinney, Sue Dorman, Jane Speed, Jimmie Barham, Tammy Dunn, Laura Pritchard, J.W. Ellis, Janis Lancaster, Joanna McLamore and Sue Ann Elms.


The Earle Music group will meet at Earle Baptist Church, Thursday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m.

Rev. Tony Wells is president. The program will be presented by Lana and Allen Ampuedo of Wynne.

The Earle Music group was chartered in 1922. Everyone is invited to attend.


Rev. Ikshan Lasmanto, an Indonesian pastor, presented the sermon at Earle Baptist Church, Sunday, Sept. 1.

He, along with is wife, Eni and two sons, Raka, 8, and Rapha, 4, sang “It is well with my soul.,” accompanied by Iksan on the guitar.

The service was followed by a lunceon held in the Family Life Center. A total of 22 people were present.

Rev. Tony Wells is church pastor.


The Crittenden County Red Hat Muses met at Colton’s in Marion, Saturday, Aug.

24. Co-hosts were Mary Ann Pollard and Polly O’Neil of Marion. Polly was serenaded with the Kazoos for her August birthday. Favors were colorful sacks of candy and other items.

Others present were Jean Burns and Gerry Clark of West Memphis, Clara Miller of Marion, Carey Goacher of Hughes, Ann Pickering-Philyaw, Dot McKinney and Sue Ann Elms of Earle.


The 39ers of the Earle Baptist Church, enjoyed having dinner at Shake Shack in Marion recently.

Included were Tanya Pate, Mark and Adria Roberts, Jean Burns, Kay and Rev.

Bill Watt, Dennis Wann, Sue Ann Elms, Vickey and Tony Wells, church pastor.


• Comings & Goings

Ellen and Sam Holloway, Ellrene and William Holloway were at Village State Park near Wynne recently where they attended a Hollway Family reunion. A total of 45 people attempted from Arkansas, Mississippi and Texas.

Linda Jo Branch, Terre and Bobby Rodgrs of Earle, Julie Thompson and daughter, Mikayla of Wynne were in Wake Forrest, North Carolina, recently where they attended the wedding of Sarah Dickey and Iain Inwin.

Sara is the daughter of Cindy and Rev. Rex Dickey of Fayetteville.

Jimmy Barham spent the weekend in Hot Springs recently where she was joined by her children, Eugene Barham of Dallas, Texas, and Jimmie Beauchamp of Fayetteville.

Allison White is attending Arkansas State University in Jonesboro where she is a freshman.

Eric Elms of Memphis stopped by to visit his mother, Sue Ann Elms on Labor Day as he was returning home from a weekend in Heber Springs.


• Birth Announcement

Matthew Graham is the name chosen for the second son born to Lauren and Matt Rogers of Marion, Sunday, Aug. 25, at 8:35 a.m. at Methodist HOspital, Germantown. He was 19.5 inches tall and weighed six pounds and 9 ounces.

He was welcomed home by his two-year-old brother William.

Grandparents are Kay and Richard Rogers of Earle, and L.D. and Lynne Blake of Wynne.

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