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Stephen Chapel AME to host revival through the weekend

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

A reminder t hat Stephen Chapel AME Church here in Gause is having a “Come To Jesus” revival at the church, 422 E. US 79 this week. A community prayer meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday. Rev ival ser v ices begin each evening at 7 on Thursday and Friday. Evangelist Mhyrun Hurst will be preaching. Then at 5 p.m. Saturday, you are invited to a praise and worship musical. Everyone is invited to attend.

Good wishes to all of you for this new year. Here is some of your Christmas news that I didn’t get in last week.

Grandsons of Ma x ine and Donnie McBee had a very successful Christmas hunting trip. Blake and Dustin McBee along w ith dad Keith and grandpa Donnie spent Christmas at their hunting lease in Sonora. Dustin got an axis deer and a turkey and Blake got a white tail deer and an axis. They should be happy now till next season.

While they hunted Maxine visited with relatives in Houston. This past week granddaughter A mber and husband Donald Golsby and children spent several days with the McBees.

Merideth and Travis Neely had a family get- together at their new countr y home out from town Christmas Eve. They attended the candlelight service at the Gause Methodist Church and the family shared a time in their home. Those attending included his parents, Mary Nell and Travis Neely, her parents Dave a nd Judy Keeling a nd brother Mitchell and Sandi and Mattie, Travis’s granddad, J.T. Todd and his sister and family, Teresa and Mike Eoff, Allison and Hayden of Bryan.

McKenzie Mathews, daughter of Vince and Vicke Mathews, had to spend several days in the hospital in Temple this past week after falling from a ladder. She has a broken arm and received a head injury. We wish her a speedy recovery that she will be back in school real soon doing the things she likes to do, and McKenzie, take climbing ladders off your list of things you like to do.

Dorsie Wilson was treated to a birthday celebration Friday when family and friends took her out to dinner to celebrate. Happy birthday, Miss Dorsie.

Ray and Paula Coats from Houston visited New Years Day afternoon with Wanda and Alfred Coats and Mildred Ely.

Wayne and I, Chris and Kelly, Connelly and Cameron had lunch with Sandra and Edward D woracz yk at t heir count r y home out from Milano. Lance and Teri joined us after lunch and we spent t he af ter noon watching some football and then spending the remainder of the afternoon walking the pasture, enjoying the beautiful weather, the birds and being together.

I think Kelly was really surprised while we were looking at the herd of cattle and Sandra called each cow by name. Kelly should get used to that— her boys have names for their show animals.


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