Mississippi Sacred Harp Singings

Selected Minutes, 2011

  • Oxford (University of Mississippi)
  • Bethel
  • Poplar Springs
  • Concord
  • Vicksburg
  • Sherman
  • Calhoun County Convention
  • Mississippi State Convention
  • Taylor
  • Calhoun County Nursing Home
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    Choral Room, Music Building, University of Mississippi

    Oxford, Mississippi
    March 13, 2011

    The thirty-first annual Oxford Sacred Harp Singing was held in the choral room of the Music Building at the University of Mississippi campus, Oxford, Mississippi, on the second Sunday in March. The class was called to order by Warren Steel leading 48t. He welcomed everyone, and led 138b. The opening prayer was offered by Mark Davis, who led 123t and 101t. The class entered into a business session, and the following officers were elected or appointed to serve: Chairman--Warren Steel; Vice Chairman--Mark Davis; Secretary--Judy Caudle; Arranging Committee--Carolyn Thompson. Leaders: Judy Caudle (AL) 49t, 182; Travis Keeton (AL) 179, 112; Darlene Reynolds 490, 569b; Chuck Howell 373, 49b; Hannah Tate (AL) 436, 542; Daly Evans and Caroline Walker 87, 424; Julie Heeren (TN) 278t, 430; Hugh Bill McGuire 215; Dana Williams, and Jacie Williams 354b; Jan Murray 457, 275t; Bea Carnathan (AL) 205, 472; Tom George (AL) 476, 435.


    Warren Steel led 411 to bring the class back to order. Leaders: Linda Thomas (AL) 345b, 131b; Jesse McClendon (AL) 358, 39t; Lela Crowder (GA) 306, 39b; Vickie Neyman 30t; Angela Myers (AL) 128, 350; Gravis Ballinger (AL) 77t; John Wall 142, 38b; Dennis George (AL) 229, 543; Cheyenne Ivey (AL) 31t, 176b; Elene Stovall (AL) 216, 534; Bridgett Hill Kennedy (AL) 391; Mark Tew 183.


    The afternoon session was called to order by Henry Guthery (AL) leading 189. Leaders: Sister Susan Dickey 117, 59; Danny Creel (AL) 383, 222; John Van Horn 163t, 300; Larry Ballinger (AL) 428, 540; Bobby Neyman 479, 178; Steve Adams (AL) 309, 378t; Ken Tate (AL) 201, 220 (for Josie Hyde); John Plunkett (GA) 50t, 308; Mary Amelia Taylor 73t, 497; Andrew Farris 66, 120; Adonis Neyman 45t, 68b; Dameron Neyman 72b; Brenda Chafin Merritt 336, 192; Chris Ballinger (AL) 44, 122; Jeff Corbett (AR) 546, 565; Chiquita Walls 388, 167; Janet Jenkins 268, 269; Henry McGuire 280, 532; Xaris Martinez 121, 283; Charlie Gates 85; Ross Brand 203, 376; Carolyn Thompson (AL) 440, 442. Warren Steel, Mark Davis, and Judy Caudle led 235 as the closing song, and the class was dismissed with prayer offered by John Plunkett.

    Chairman - Warren Steel, mudws@olemiss.edu
    Vice-Chairman - Mark Davis,
    Secretary - Judy Caudle


    Bruce, Mississippi

    April 3, 2011

    The sixty-second annual Sacred Harp singing at Bethel Primitive Baptist Church was called to order by Hugh Bill McGuire leading song on page 36b. T.J. Funderburk led the morning prayer. Hugh Bill McGuire then led song on page 67. Leaders: John Van Horn 196,268, 269; Mark Tew 335, 108t, 139; Anne Steel 224, 348b, 31b; Arlon Gardner 163t, 201, 455; Mark Davis 361, 362, 220; Warren Steel 36t, 204, 327; Henry McGuire 320, 447, 28b.


    John Van Horn called the class together leading song on page 40. Other leaders: George Easley 34b, 313t, 299; Chuck Howell, 354b, 452, 147t; Natalie Davis 79, 345t, 344; Virginia Carter 46, 49b, 147b.


    After lunch, Hugh Bill McGuire called the afternoon session together leading songs on page 540 and 472. Other leaders: Natalie Davis 288, 441, 542; Brenda Chafin 203; Linda Funderburk 103, 318, 358; T.J. Funderburk 47b, 282, 569b; Grover Edington 45t; Robert Earl Alexander 124, 63; Brenda Chafin 274t, 187; Arlon Gardner 448b, 376, 313b; John Van Horn 236, 168; Anne Steel 209, 31t.


    Hugh Bill McGuire brought the class together leading 546. Leaders: Mark Davis 530, 352, 228; Warren Steel 400, 61, 379; Henry McGuire 504, 536, J.L. White edition (W)492 (Love at Home); Linda Funderburk 146, 143; George Easley 538; Natalie Davis 155, 137, 142. Although there was no formal memorial lesson at this singing, many leaders sang in memory of Bernice Embry, longtime secretary of the Calhoun County Convention, and for sick and shut-ins, including W.M. Allen, Elder Charles Porter and John Merritt. Following announcements, Hugh Bill McGuire lead the closing song on page 349 and the class was dismissed with prayer by Robert Earl Alexander.

    Chairman - Hugh Bill McGuire
    Secretary - Warren Steel

    Poplar Springs

    Calhoun County, Mississippi

    May 1, 2011

    The annual Sacred Harp singing at Poplar Springs Baptist Church was called to order after lunch by John Van Horn leading song on page 59, 111b and 30b. Leaders: Robert Earl Alexander 401, 53, 339; Charles Porter 136, 137, 155, J.L. White edition (W)494; T.J. Funderburk 147t, 145t, 145b; Warren Steel 277, 129, 203; Linda Funderburk 127, 128, 288; George Easley 34b, 313t, 523; John Van Horn 236, 418, 106; Robert Earl Alexander W517, W519; Charles Porter 460, 490; T.J. Funderburk 47b, 61, 63; Warren Steel 75, 36b, 37b, 119; Linda Funderburk 143; John Van Horn 334, 335, 56t. The class was dismissed with prayer by Robert Earl Alexander.


    Calhoun County, Mississippi

    May 15, 2011

    The one hundred thirty-seventh annual Sacred Harp singing at Concord Baptist Church was called to order after dinner by John Van Horn leading song on page 45b, 28t and 38t. He then called the following leaders: T.J. Funderburk 30t, 47t 61; Robert Earl Alexander 164, 206, 124; Hugh Bill McGuire 131t; Curtis Gregory 119, 111t, 162; Anne Steel 318, 209, 348b; Wanda Gregg 460, 40, 28b; George Easley 34b, 418; Mark Davis 378t for Nellie Davis, 436, 137, 155; John Van Horn 236; Warren Steel 179, 215, 378b; Linda Funderburk 85, 39t, 341; T.J. Funderburk 358; Robert Earl Alexander J.L. White edition (W)494 (Don't Grieve Your Mother), Anne Steel 150; Wanda Gregg 384; Mark Davis 220; Warren Steel 50t, 313t. Following announcements, John Van Horn led closing song on page 196, and Robert Earl Alexander dismissed the class with prayer.

    Holt Collier Mississippi Bear Hunt Singing

    Vicksburg, Mississippi

    May 28-29, 2011

    Saturday, May 28

    The 5th annual Holt Collier/Mississippi Bear Hunt Singing Convention was called to order by acting chairman Mark Davis leading 37b. Mark Davis offered the morning prayer. Leaders: Mark Davis 39t, 155. Henry Schuman explained that the class could select songs from The Sacred Harp, 1991 Edition, The B.F. White Sacred Harp, Cooper Edition, or the Alabama Christian Harmony. He led 45t and 63. Darlene Reynolds led 484 (CB) and 490. A business meeting was held and the following officers were elected or appointed to serve: Chairman: Henry McGuire; Vice Chairman: Mark Davis; Secretary: Henry Schuman. Leaders: Henry McGuire 19 (CH), 255 (CH); Drew McGuire 258 (CH), 268.


    Henry McGuire brought the class to order by leading 142 and 81t. Leaders: Brady Lewis 38b, 40; Nanette Olivier 268t (CB), 449 (CB); Charity Vaughn 489 (CB), 392 (CB); Carole Watts 319 (CB), 567; Warren Steel 131b, 542; Kurt Braun 492 (CB), 488b (CB); Robert DuPree 569b, 84; Arlon Gardner 83t, 67.

    Dismissed for lunch.

    Henry McGuire brought the class to order leading 300. Leaders: Mark Davis 436, 106; Darlene Reynolds 189 (CH); Gabe Monroe 47b, 282; Pattie Monroe 77t; Drew McGuire 145t; Brady Lewis 186; Hannah Monroe 358; Emily Massey 287 (CH); Henry McGuire 518 (CB); Arlon Gardner 522 (CB); Nanette Olivier 463 (CB); Charity Vaughn 224 (CB); Carole Watts 559 (CB); Warren Steel 235 (CH), 203 (CH); Robert DuPree 121t (CH); Henry McGuire and Mark Davis 547 (CH) (for John Merritt); Henry McGuire 175 (CH). Announcements were made. Henry McGuire and Mark Davis led 549b (CH) as the closing song. Arlon Gardner dismissed the class with prayer.

    Sunday, May 29

    The Sunday session was called to order by Henry McGuire leading 32t. Drew McGuire offered the morning prayer. Leaders: Henry McGuire 36b, 100; Mark Davis 123t, 29b; Henry Schuman 131 (CH), 172 (CH); Darlene Reynolds 355 (CH), 188 (CH); Drew McGuire 569b, 418; Henry McGuire 199 (CB), 410 (CB).


    Mark Davis led 56b to bring the class back to order. Darlene Reynolds and Arlon Gardner conducted the memorial lesson. Darlene spoke on behalf of the sick and shut-ins and led 457 in honor of the following: W.M. Allen, Dean Caldwell, Nellie Caldwell, Nellie Davis, Marion Grant, Brenda Chafin, John Merritt, John Van Horn, and Ruth Wyers. Arlon Gardner spoke and led 313t in memory of the following deceased: Ernestine Pipkin and Pat Rigdon (Alabama); Bernice Embry and Jim Patton, Jr. (Mississippi). Leaders: Carole Watts 87, 119; Nanette Olivier 393t (CB), 159 (CB); Kurt Braun 68b (CB), 571 (CB); Charity Vaughn 76b (CB), 400 (CB); Arlon Gardner 316 (CH), 372 (CH).

    Dismissed for lunch.

    Drew McGuire called the afternoon session to order leading 209. Leaders: Robert DuPree 264 (CH); Mark Davis 277 (CH), 387; Henry Schuman and Linda Hellerich 96 (CB); Darlene Reynolds 111t (CH); Drew McGuire 373; Henry McGuire 68b; Carole Watts 40 (CB); Charity Vaughn and Henry McGuire 468 (CB); Robert DuPree 61 (CB). Announcements were made. Henry McGuire and Mark Davis led 62 as the closing song. Mark Davis dismissed the class with prayer.

    Chairman - Henry McGuire
    Vice Chairman - Mark Davis
    Secretary - Henry Schuman


    Calhoun County, Mississippi

    June 5, 2011

    The sixty-second annual Hill Roane memorial Sacred Harp Singing was held at Sherman Baptist Church. This year's singing was marked by the presence of a large number of the Davis family, and by the absence of Hugh Bill McGuire, who had suffered a serious accident and was recuperating in the hospital in Oxford. The class was called to order by Mark Davis leading song on page 101t, 129 and 38b. He then called the following leaders: John Van Horn 89, 120, 111b, 104; T.J. Funderburk 278b, 345b, 100; Natalie Davis 79, 345t, 87; Arlon Gardner 504, 76b, 163t.


    Mark Davis reassembled the class with song on page 332. Leaders: Warren Steel 141, 139b, 53, 176t; Andy Davis 217, 222, 434; Chuck Howell 177, 108t, 36b; Arlon Gardner 347.

    Dismissed for lunch.

    Mark Davis called the afternoon session together leading song on page 137, 182 and 220. Other leaders: Darlene Reynolds 569b, 490; John Van Horn 448b, 448t, 72b; Arlon Gardner 111t, 385b, 455; Ora Mae Collins 63; Warren Steel 65, 297, 163b, 183; Andy Davis 198, 254, 269, 400; Chuck Howell 384, 86, 84; Mark Davis 348b, 155; John Van Horn 212; T.J. Funderburk 47b; Arlon Gardner 106; Warren Steel 153; Chuck Howell 467; Ora Mae Collins 45t. Following announcements, Mark Davis led the closing song "Eden" on page 154 in the White Edition (WB154b), and Roy Davis dismissed the class with prayer.

    Chairman - Mark Davis
    Secretary - Warren Steel

    Calhoun County Musical Association

    Bethel Primitive Baptist Church

    August 7, 2011

    The 134th annual session of the Calhoun County Sacred Harp Musical Association convened at Bethel Primitive Baptist Church, Bruce, Mississippi. President John Van Horn called the class to order leading 30t, 89 and 106. Mark Davis led the morning prayer. President then led 203. Leaders: Mark Davis 209, 148; Hugh Bill McGuire 82t; Henry McGuire 448t, 532; Robert Earl Alexander 153, 108t; Linda Funderburk 108b, 77t; Warren Steel 27, 131t; George Easley 438, 313t; Jeff Corbett 313b, 155. The president called for corresponding delegates; Chickasaw County Convention answered with Linda Funderburk, George Easley and Maybelline Easley: these were duly seated. President appointed executive committee: Hugh Bill McGuire, chair, Mark Davis and Henry McGuire.


    The President restored order and sang 176b. Leaders: Cliff Hall 87, 47b; Anne Steel 77b, 268, 269; Ora Mae Collins 290, 288; Robert Stewart 339, 452b; John Burt and John Graves Burt 45t, 46; Andy Davis 38b, 341; Matthew Dawson 35, 362.

    Dismissed for lunch.

    After a bountiful and delicious lunch, President Van Horn restored order and sang 137 and 168 and called the following leaders for a second lesson: Mark Davis 291, 91; Henry McGuire 212, 543; Linda Funderburk 28b, 143; Warren Steel 129, 542; George Easley 523b, J.L. White edition W60 (Nearer Home); Jeff Corbett 344, 410b; Cliff Hall, 59, 75; Anne Steel 504, 318; Ora Mae Collins 63, 72b. The following officers were retained: John Van Horn, president; Ora Mae Collins, secretary. President led 236.


    President restored order and sang 200. Leaders continued: Wilma Mitchell 480, 569b; Matthew Dawson 73t, 282. John Van Horn 67 in memory of Bernice Embry; Andy Davis 182, 183, 460; Henry McGuire 434, 384; Warren Steel 53, 146. President appointed delegates Hugh Bill, Hugh and Henry McGuire as delegates to the State Convention and Hugh Bill and Alice McGuire and John Van Horn, to the Chickasaw Convention. Singing continued with Andy Davis 182, 183, 460; Henry McGuire 434, 384; Warren Steel 53, 146. Following announcements, the convention was adjourned until 2012 and was dismissed with prayer.

    President - John Van Horn
    Secretary - Ora Mae Collins

    Mississippi State Sacred Harp Singing Convention

    Antioch Primitive Baptist Church

    August 27-28, 2011

    Saturday, August 27

    The 83rd annual session of the Mississippi State Sacred Harp Singing Convention convened at Antioch Primitive Baptist Church for two days of worship in song service to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, when and where the following proceedings were had, to wit: the session began with President Mark Davis calling the meeting to order and leading 37b. He welcomed everyone to the singing, and thanked Brother Alfred Bailey and the people of Antioch Primitive Baptist Church for having us there. Chaplain Arlon Gardner offered the opening prayer. President Davis appointed Warren Steel and Bill Hogan as the Arranging Committee. The following officers were elected or appointed to serve: PresidentMark Davis; Vice President: John Van Horn; Secretary: Jean Gray; Assistant Secretary: Darlene Reynolds; Chaplain: Arlon Gardner. Leaders: Mark Davis 203; John Van Horn 300; Gene Gray 82t; Darlene Reynolds 484 (CB); Arlon Gardner and Samantha Gardner 277; Morgan Bunch 131 (CH); Sue Bunch 142 (CH); Robert Vaughn 547 (CH); Bill Hogan 464 (CB); John Hollingsworth 82t (CH); Sarah Beasley 59b (CH); Eddie Mash 237 (CH); Amy Armstrong 40; Nancy Hogan 95b (CB); Cliff Hall 129; Elizabeth Muhleisen 56b. President Davis appointed Hugh McGuire, Henry McGuire, and Tim Gray to the Business and Credentials Committee.

    Leaders: John Van Horn 72b; Hugh McGuire 155; Nancy Van Den Akker 206 (CH); Matthew Dawson 269; Gary Smith 281b (CH); Billy Hollingsworth 276 (CH); Jane Armstrong 63; Seth Holloway 117 (CH); Bobby Davis 479; Wanda Greg 460; Mary Ellen Schrock 171; Vicky Neyman 117; Regina Derstine 189; Tim Gray 200; Henry McGuire 199 (CB). President Davis appointed Wanda Gregg and John Hollingsworth to the Memorial Committee. There was a motion and second to adjourn for lunch.

    Dismissed for lunch

    Mark Davis led 137 to bring the class to order. Leaders: Mike McNeil 172 (CH); Warren Steel 181; Wilma Mitchell 204t (CH); Bobby Caldwell 216t (CH); Patti Monroe and Lyndy Berryhill 31t; Lyndy Berryhill 39t; Linda Funderburk 288; Hannah Monroe 282; Betsy Berryhill 77t; Hugh Bill McGuire, Hugh McGuire, and Henry McGuire 64 (CH); Junie McNeil and Mike McNeil 43 (CH); Mark Davis 258 (CH); Warren Steel 208b (CH); Jean Gray 299; Darlene Reynolds 569b; Mark Davis 236.


    The class was brought back together by John Van Horn leading 332. Leaders: Morgan Bunch 465 (CB); Sue Bunch 547; Robert Vaughn 167b (CH); Bill Hogan 214 (CH); Eddie Mash and Bill Hollingsworth 487t (WB); Sarah Beasley 56b (CH); Amy Armstrong and Carey Armstrong 159; Nancy Hogan 432b (CH); Mary Ellen Schrock 505 (CB); Mark Davis 457. Announcements were made. On motion and second, the class was dismissed by President Mark Davis until 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning. The Drone was sung, and prayer was offered by Mike McNeil.

    Sunday, August 28

    President Mark Davis opened the Sunday morning session of the Mississippi State Sacred Harp Singing Convention by leading 123t, and welcomed everyone back to the singing convention. Chaplain Arlon Gardner offered the opening prayer. Leaders: Mark Davis 101b; John Van Horn 204b (CH), 133; Jean Gray 143, 108t; Darlene Reynolds 490; Darlene Reynolds and Billy Hollingsworth 486t (CH); Arlon Gardner 455, 67; Morgan Bunch 140 (CB), 392; Ken Tate 544 (CH), 372b (CH); Sue Bunch 280 (CH), 107; Danny Creel 308 (CH), 354 (CH). President Mark Davis appointed Billy Hollingsworth and Gary Smith to the Resolutions Committee.


    Leaders: John Van Horn 76b (CH); Billy Hollingsworth 19 (CH), 546t (CH); Sarah Beasley and Bill Hogan 333 (CH); Sarah Beasley 106 (CH); Susan Dickey 128, 154; Mark Davis 117 (CH) (for all the folks at Antioch Primitive Baptist Church); Nancy Hogan 543 (CB), 149 (CH); Nancy Van Den Akker 339 (CH), 50 (CH); Bill Hogan 186 (CH),168b (CH).

    Dismissed for lunch

    The afternoon session was opened by Mark Davis leading 176b. Leaders: Gary Smith 128t (CH), 46t (CH); Mary Ellen Schrock 573 (CB), 572 (CB); John Hollingsworth 182, 51 (CH); Matthew Dawson 212, 436; Wanda Greg 186, 408; Seth Holloway 258 (CH), 109 (CH); Hugh McGuire 365, 240; Cliff Hall 47b, 268; Mike McNeil 522 (CB), 176 (CH).

    A business meeting was held. The Business and Credentials Committee reported the amount of collection. Motion and second for donation of money as follows: $250.00 Sacred Harp Musical Heritage Association for Camp Fasola Scholarship; $40.00 to WCPC Sacred Harp Hour Radio Program; $300.00 to Antioch Primitive Baptist Church, and $85.00 to minutes. The Memorial Committee (John Hollingsworth and Wanda Gregg) conducted the memorial lesson. John Hollingsworth named the members who have passed away this past year as follows: Bernice Embry (Mississippi); Pat Ridgon, Ernestine Pipkin, and Clarence McCool (Alabama). He led 548 (CH). Wanda Gregg read the names of the following sick and shut-ins: W.M. Allen, Billie Arnold, John Merritt, and Travis Keeton. She led 50b. The Resolutions Committee offered the following report: The members of the 83rd meeting of the Mississippi State Sacred Harp Singing Convention wish to thank God for the ability and willingness to come together to sing. We thank Antioch Primitive Baptist Church for extending their hospitality, and the use of this wonderful building. We thank the people who came from near and far to sing praises to God. We thank all who helped provide a bountiful lunch both days. We resolve to meet again next year to join our hearts and voices. Motion and second to accept all committee reports and dismiss the committees.


    The class resumed singing with Mark Davis leading 36b. Leaders: Regina Derstine and Todd Derstine 270; Henry McGuire 492 (WB), 254 (WB); Amy Armstrong 215; Jane Armstrong 312b; Junie McNeil 319, 145t; Hugh Bill McGuire, Henry McGuire, and Hugh McGuire 393t (CB). Announcements were made. Motion and second to adjourn, and close the convention. The Drone was the closing song. John Hollingsworth offered the closing prayer.

    Chairman - Mark Davis
    Vice Chairman - John Van Horn
    Secretary - Jean Gray


    Lafayette County, Mississippi

    October 9, 2011

    The twenty-fourth annual Sacred Harp singing at Taylor United Methodist Church (formerly held at Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church) was called to order after the preaching service by Warren Steel leading song on page 48t and 270. John Van Horn led the morning prayer. Leaders: John Van Horn 523, 28t; Anne Steel 171, 39t; Brenda Chafin 29t, 81t; Cliff Hall 47b, 277; Chuck Howell 155, 49b; George Easley 34b, 438; Arlon Gardner 67, 201; John Wall 66, 542, Warren Steel 280.

    Dismissed for lunch.

    Warren Steel called the class together leading song on page 179 and 335 (in memory of Bernice Embry and Benny Walls). Other leaders: Price Walden 128, 129; Vicki Neyman 117; Bobby Neyman 479, 163b; Will Ingraham 197, 196; Kathleen Brown 282, 285b; Devon Newburn 285t; Clay Terry 200, 198; Jack Barbera 268, 269; Matt Bell 276, 230; Andy Paney 112, 113; John Van Horn 236.


    Matt Bell brought the class together leading song on page 384. Leaders: John Van Horn 86 for Hugh Bill McGuire; Julie Heeren 354b, 454; Anne Steel 348b; Brenda Chafin 97; Cliff Hall 159; George Easley 313t; Arlon Gardner 313b; John Wall 312b; Price Walden 45t; Vicki Neyman 94; Tracy Neyman 59; Bobby Neyman 142; Kathleen Brown 457; Clay Terry 224. Following announcements Warren Steel led the closing song on page 345b, and the class was dismissed with prayer by Matt Bell.

    Calhoun County Nursing Home

    Calhoun City, Mississippi

    December 3, 2011

    The annual Sacred Harp singing at Calhoun County Nursing Home was called to order at 1:20 by Robert Earl Alexander leading song on page 31b and 129. Leaders: George Easley 34b, J.L. White edition (W)60 (Nearer Home); Warren Steel 40, 495; Linda Funderburk 119, 39t; John Van Horn 36b, 144, 146; Hugh Bill McGuire 223; Anne Steel 235, 345b, 171; Wilma Mitchell 108t, 480; Robert Earl Alexander "Twilight is Falling," 236; Warren Steel 400; George Easley 142, W527 (Lady Touch Thy Harp Again); Warren Steel 186, 47b for T.J. Funderburk; Linda Funderburk 288, 282; John Van Horn 203, 523, 72b, 196, 273 for Hugh Bill McGuire; Anne Steel 306, 352; Wilma Mitchell 274t, Robert Earl Alexander W494 (Don't Grieve Your Mother), Warren Steel W517 (Not Made With Hands) by request. Following announcements, Hugh Bill led the Drone and T.J. Funderburk dismissed the class with prayer.

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