Mature Melody Makers

ADA — The Mature Melody Makers, an adult singing group of First Baptist Church, met at the church Oct. 9 and went by church bus to First Baptist Church of Wynnewood for a luncheon and to present a program. Harold Ware was the director and Betty Wynn was the pianist. Harold Ware gave the opening prayer.

A bountiful meal of home cooked food was served by the Senior Adult Group of the Wynnewood church.

The choir sang “Victory Medley,” “Where Could I Go,” “The Unclouded day,” “Soon and Very Soon,” “The Old Time Religion,” “Just a Little Talk with Jesus,” “Wonder Working Power Medley,” and “Gentle Shepherd.” The Ladies Ensemble sang “For All My Sins,” “A Wonderful Savior,” and “Mansion Over the Hilltop.” Jackie Wells sang “Down from His Glory.” Dr. Don Stafford gave a humorous poem he had written, “The Golden Years.” Mary Sue Robert entertained the group by telling Minnie Pearl stories. Harold Ware sang “Longing for Jesus.” Rev. Wayne Wall, pastor of the Wynnewood church, welcomed the group and thanked them for presenting the program.

The Rev. Kenneth Elkins praised the work of Senior Adults and gave the closing prayer.

Those that made the trip were Rev. Kenneth Elkins, Vonnye Elkins, Carl and Lois Gilley, Dr. Don Stafford, Mary Sue Roberts, Harold Ware, Doug and Tubby Davis, Willie Mae Williams, Marie Spears, Delores Moore, Sue Asklund, Doris Brooks, Mann and Betty Wynn, Loy Kidwell, Holt and Mary Kaye Sodeman, Christine Folger and Jackie Wells. Two guests were Ura Rutledge and Jewell Leslie.

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