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J4olmeS County HERALD
Holmes County Herald Thursday, February 26, 1959 LEXINGTON SOCIETY Mrs. Jack White Has Bridge Club Mrs. Jack White entertained tne members of the Tuesday night bridge club and two special guests Mrs. Roy Brown and Mrs. W. P. McWilliams. Decorative arangements o f spring flowers were used through out the rooms where the guests assembled. High score was won by Mrs. G. R. Chennault, second high by Mrs. W. L. Upchurch and bingo by Mrs. W. P. McWilliams. The hostess served nuts and Cokes during the games, and later in the evening, gie and cof fee. Mrs. Nichols Is Hostess At Bridge Mrs. L. B. Nichols extended hospitality to the members of her Wednesday afternoon bridge club, and one guest, Mrs. John Kim brough. Arrangements of spring flowers featuring daffodils were used in the living room. Score winners for the afternoon were Mrs. Jack Yates with high Mrs. Olin Dunn second high and Mrs. Bill Schneller received the bingo prize. Boston Cream pie, nuts and cof fee were enjoyed late in the aftei> noon. Mrs. Stern Hostess To Brdge Club Mrs. Joe Stem was hostess to the Tuesday afternoon bridge club, with Mrs. E. Cohen playing for the absent member. Lovely arrangements of mixed spring flowers decorated the liv ing room. Mrs. J. B. East captured high score, Mrs. Dan Pepper second high, Mrs. Vernon King and Mrs. J. E. Roberts tied for bingo. Aiter the game session the hos tess served a dessert course and coffee. Junior HD Club Meets At City Hall The Lexington Junior Home De monstration Club held its monthly meeting Tuesday night at the Cit’ Hall. There were twelve mem bers present. The club collect was read ir unison followed by the singing of “America”. Mrs. Harry Stewart gave her report on safety hint‘d The International Relations renort was given by Mrs. Roy Gelston. An interesting and informative, r'1^ o* a well planned kitchen was shown by Miss Harpole. Plans were made for makinv planters at the March meeting. After the business session and film coffee and cinnamon loaf were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Annie Ford Stewart and Mrs. Pat Rainer. - 1 • PICKENS NEWS • Mrs. McKie Hostess To esleyan Guild Mrs. E. L. Zeigler and Mrs. Hardy McKie, Jr. were hostesses to the Wesleyan Guild Monday; mght in the home of Mrs. McKie. Mrs. Mary Allen, President pre sided over the business session. Mrs. W. L. Dickerson led the de votional and Mrs. Charles Dick erson assisted by Mrs. John Pres .ey presented the program. The highlight of the evening was a surprise stork shower given Mrs. George Mandy. Gifts in a beautfiully decorated baby car riage were presented to Mrs. Mandy by Ed Hoover McKie. The hostesses served a dessert plate of Boston Cream pie with spiced tea and salted nuts. Mrs. Lloyd Dixon Brdge Club Hostess Mi's. Lloyd Dixon entertained her bridge club on Wednesday afternoon with two tables of play ers. High score was won by Mrs. ci. H. Davis and Mrs. H. S. Mc Kie, Jr. won at bingo. Members and guests present were Mrs. Davis, Mrs. McKie, Mrs. Ed Linn. Mrs. Shelby Park er, Mrs. S. H. Bridgforth, Mrs. H. L. Gowan, Mrs. John Presley and Mrs. Ed Ellison. At the conclusion of the games a dessert plate with coffee was served. Hertage Club Nomnates Mrs. Presley The Heritage Club of Pickens has chosen Mrs. John H. Presley as their nominee for the ‘‘Clut Woman of the Year” contest sponsored annually by the Gen eral Federation of Women’s Clubs. She is past president of the Heritage Club and is now serving as Third Vice-President and Junior Club Director of the Mississippi Federation of Wo men’s Clubs. She will compete /ifh other nominees for the state and national title of ‘‘Club Wo "an of the Year”. Mr. W. H. Hart returned Sun day night from Detroit, Michigan where he attended a Massey Ferguson Implement meeting. Mrs. Hart was as guest of her '’on-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Sam Hall in Grenada while Mr. Hart was away. Mrs. Leroy Donald of St. Louis Missouri is a guest of her sister Mrs. J. E. Maxwell and family lhis. week. Friends of the J. D. Smith family regret to learn that their son, Johnny was the victim o a hit and run accident while rid ng his bicycle Saturday after He wrs taken to the Holmes County Community Hospital in Lexington for treatment and is re I sorted improving. Pc kens PTA Meets Thursday Nght The seventh and eighth grade pupils of Mrs. A. M. Lorance pre sented the program, “Living Pic tures” at the F.T.A. meeting held Thursday night at the Pickens Grammar School. The president. S. H. Bridgforth presided over the business session after which the program, one of the outstand ing ones of the year was narrated by Mrs. Lorance. She told inter esting facts about each of the ar tists and paintings represented as her pupils posed in a large frame as a living likeness of the por traits. Mrs. C. G Meeks is improving at the Holmes County Commu-. Hosiptal in Lexington where she has been a patient for several days. Other Pickens residerfts ad mitted to the hospital this week are E. Loyd Dixon and O. Q, Henson. You Lke It Club Contnues Study Members of the As You Like It Club continued their study of Mis sissippi History at their regular monthly meeting held in the home of Mrs. Fred McKay on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Howard Wor thy and Mrs. Felton Worthey co hostesses. Mrs. L. E. Crawford, Program Chairman assisted by Mrs. B. H Maxwell and Mrs. T. C. Pavatt gave interesting facts on Missis smpi’s progress from 1800 to the neriod between 1840 and 1850. Mrs. Maxwell sang a ballard about the Natchez Trace written especially for this program by her daughter, Miss Tish Maxwell, a student at Belhaven College. Mrs. McKay president, presided over the business session after which the hostess served a delici ous salad plate with coffee to the 22 members present. Keith Bridgforth, daughter of T Ir. and Mrs. S. H. Bridgforth, was honored on her seventh birth day with a party at the City Hall | Saturday afternoon. She was the r'cipient or many lovely gifts from her little friends who at tended. L. L. Lipsey and Ed Ellison ac companied J. H. Davis of Good man to a sheep management meet I 'ng held at State College Thurs day. I I The Business Women’s circle metat the Presbyterian Church on Monday night for their regu lar monthly meeting. Mrs. Made ~e Doty led th,e Bible Study dis cussion of First Peter. Mrs. Martha Tye McKie was admitted to the Holmes Count.' Community Hospital in Lexington Thursday. We wish for her i s~ eedy recovery. GOODMAN NEWS Sophomore Class Enjoys Party The Sophomore class of Holmes Agricultural High School enjoyed a party in the student center at Holmes Jr. College on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mustin and Mr. Tom Maxwell, who is the sponsor for the tenth grade were the chaperones. Each mem ber oI the class was to invite a guest. They enjoyed a few hours of dancing and other types of recreation and refreshments of cookies, potato chips and Cokes. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Browning and Sarah visited Mr. and Mrs. I?me> Browning and sons in In ti ianola on Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Lusk and ' Peggy with MrC and Mrs. A. S. Donald, Jr. visited with friends and rela tives in Belzoni on Friday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Newton and Svlvia visited relatives in Meri dian on Sunday. j. . . sure we are all glad that Holmes Jr. basketball team won i heir last game on Saturday night. *iicy defeated Sunflower Jr. Col lege 33-66. After the game, the students and visiting ball team enjoyed dancing in the student center. Night Bridge Club Meets With Skelton's Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Skelton en tertained the Night Bridge Club which met at 8:00 on Friday .light. Those attending were: Mr. nnJ Mrs. S. F. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Thomas, Mr and Mrs. Paul Hand, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ousley, and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. w'lison. A dessert course of apple tae and coffee was served Mr. H. J. Thomas won high score. Mrs. Belva Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ousley visited a Mi Doctor and Mrs. Frank Maicr in Aberdeen on Monday. Mrs. Albin Hostess To Magnolia Club Recently, the members of the Magnolia Club met for the bi vn hly meeting in the home or Mrs. H. L. Albin with Mrs. E. D. Albin as co-hostess. Mrs. E'. W. Ml son president presided and since this was the annual business , meeting of the club, there was i no program planned and the en e time was devoted to business of the club. During this business sc: sion, Mrs. Wilson appointed | chairmen and committees to ;e ve the club for the next year. T ’ ing the social hour, the hos tess served a dessert plate and coffee. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Forde this weekend was her brother, Mr. Sydney Bail v and family of Clarksdale, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Donald of Sr. Louis, Missouri were weekend visitors in Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Boling r.d daughters, Linda and Nancy, of Jackson, were visitors in Good en on Saturday and Sunday.