Phyllis Edwards, as Dr. Martha Meyers, presented a program to the Keenagers recently about her trip to Yemen.
She told of the struggles the women had and how the missionaries ministered to them. Three were murdered at the hospital while she was there.
Willette Pearson welcomed the members and guests. Loren Hilderbrandt gave the devotional. “I Have Everything,” and he read from Psalms 79:13.
Eva Clayton and the Keenager officers hosted the covered dish luncheon.
Flowers were arranged by Lorena Barhite and Shirley Mims.
Greeters were Frank Farmer and Lester Parker.
Joyce Smith and LaRue Norris registered the members and guests as they arrived.
Dot Mims provided an interesting Newsletter.
The February birthday honorees were Dale Culp, Roger Benton, Dorothy Mims and Kitty Norman.
The visitors were Phyllis Edwards, Bev Berl, Josh Bennett, Gene and Ruth Blackwell, and one new member, Mildred Rogers.
In March, “Suddenly One Morning,” a special book written by Charles Swindoll, was read to the Keenagers by Genelle O’Neal. This was the story of Jesus and his life from an early age to the crucifiction.
The Rev. Bryan and Judy Herrington were guests of the Keenagers. He preached the revival at First Baptist. The group was prompted to ask questions about the couple’s life in Port St. Luci, Fla. His church is a large church there,with 600 to 650 members and about 850 resident members from all over the country.
Willette Pearson presided over the meeting and the Rev. Wayne Woods said the blessing for the meal.
Eva Clayton and the Keenager officers were the hostesses for the covered dish luncheon.
Baskets of daisies were placed on the tables, and Mildred Rentz gave a bouquet of larkspurs from her garden, to be placed on the piano.
Sam Stephens updated the group with announcements and trips.
Door prizes given to Helen Sewell, Gladys Smith and Lester Parker. Delores Johnson was the birthday honoree, and the Keenagers sang “Happy Birthday” to her.
Willette dismissed the group after praying for the ones on the Prayer List.