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Society - Clubs ■ Personals i Ellis-Ezell Vows To Be Exchanged Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ellis of West announce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their daugh ter, Ernestine, to Mr. Rufife (Al) Ezell, of Lexington. Miss Ellis received her educa tion in West and for some time has been employed in Lexington. The wedding will take place cm July 4th at the Calhoun Baptist Church near Calhoun City. The bride-to-be’s nephew, the Rev. Gowan Ellis, will perform the cere mony. The couple will make their home in Lexington. Mrs. Wilburr Hostess To Thursday Club Mre. Jim Wilburn was hostess to her Thursday night bridge club and one guest player, Mrs. Joe Berman. Arrangements of magnolias, roses and sweet peas were used in pro fusion throughout the house. Score winners were Mrs. W. A. Ramsey with high, Mrs. George Povall second high, Mrs. P. P. Lindholm and Mrs. Wilburn were lucky at bingo. A dessert course and coffee were served late in the evening. Wednesday Club Met At Holloman Home Mrs. M. E. Holloman entertain ed her bridge club Wednesday af ternoon with two tables of bridge. Playing for the absent members i were Mrs. Dan Pepper and Mrs. Robert Duke. Arrangements of lilies were used to decorate the party room. i High score winner was Mi's. Duke, second high Mrs. H. L. Nichols, Jr., and Mrs. Pepper won ( at bingo. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Holloman < and children are vacationing at ’ Bahama Beach, Florida this week. ( We I com i ng B rea kf ast Held For Newcomers A “Welcoming Breakfast” was given for the newcomers to Lex ington. Sponsored by the Hospitali ty Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, it was given at 8:00 o’clock Saturday morning, June 6th, at the V. F. W. Hut. Following a welcome by Mrs. Bob Tidwell, chairman, the guests enjoyed a breakfast of good sou hem food: orange juice, preserves, oast, scrambled eggs, bacon and grits. The taoie was covered with a white linen cloth and a center ar angement of yellow lilies added >eauty to the occasion. After breakfast, the guests were ntroduced by Mr. Herman Flow >rs ahd welcomed to the city by Mayor Allie Povall. The guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. George Day Wynne, Jr., Mr. md Mi's. E. H. McBride, Mr. Joe Bums, Mrs. Sammy Hill, Mr. Ed Swenson and Miss Ardis Manders chied. Mrs. Upchurch Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. W. L. Upchurch was host 3ss to the members of her bridge dub and three guests on Tuesday light. Enjoying this hospitality were Mrs. W. L. Ellis, Mrs. Jack ft7hite and Mrs. E. Cohen. Bowls of gardenias were fea ured in the living room decora ions. High score was won by Mrs. Jpchurch, second high by Mrs. W. L Fincher, Jr., and Mrs. E. Coh ?n received the bingo prize. After the bridge games, the host ess served hors d’oeuvres and ^okes. Mr. Buster Poole was gijtest ipeaker at the Rotary Club on ruesday. Mrs. Poole was a lunch on guest of Mrs. E. W. Hooker. Bon Voyage Parties Honor Two Couples Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Paris and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Berman, who will leave soon for Europe, were honored with a farewell supper at Luscos’ in Greenwood on Monday night by Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hooker and Mr. .and Mrs. W. D. Wilson. On Tuesday night they were en ertained with a farewell party at the Indianola Country Club by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Cqjian Lewis. The Parises and Bermans will ail from New York Wednesday Tune 17, aboard the Queen Mary. \fter a five days ocean voyage "hey will land at Cherbourg France, where they will begin a wo months sight-seeing tour, re turning home in August. Book Discussion Group To Meet There will be a meeting of the Great Books Discussion Group on Thursday, June 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall. The program will be the 13th'reading by Rous seau. Mrs. Wofford K. Smith will oe the prograiri leader. Everyone who is interested is cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hail spent Sunday in Vicksburg with their laughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner and Martha Ann. Lee Paris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paris, nas returned to In dianola after spending a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Paris. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs* R. C. Moore were Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Criss of Grenada. Mrs. Eugene Herrman went to West Point Sunday to accompany her mother, Mrs. Carey Whitehead, to Memphis where she will under go eye surgery at the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic. Mrs. Dunn Hostess To Bridge Club Mrs. Olin Dunn entertained the members erf her bridge club and three guests Wednesday afternoon. Playing with the members were Mrs. Kelly Baird, Mrs. Parham Williams, Jr., and Mrs. Woodson Earle. Arrangements of cape jasmine and other summer flowers decor ated the rooms where the guests were entertained. Mrs. Billy Ellison won high score, Mrs. Williams scored sec ond high and Mrs. L. B. Nichols won at bingo. The hostess served a salad course and coffee late in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Patton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans of Brownsville, Term. spent three days last week with Mr. and Mrs. I. R. King. Mrs. Patton is Mrs. King’s sister and Mrs. Evans is a cousin. Phil Cohen is vacationing in New York and the New England states. He will be gone about three weeks. Miss Gretchen Povall will be a waterfront counselor and buglar at Camp DeSoto, Mentone, Alabama, or two months this summer. Mrs. A. B. Holder of Columbus is visiting in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. folder, Jr., *his week. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Baird of Marshall, Texas were the recent guests of Mrs. Baird’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Thompson. Mrs. C. W. Bailey, Mrs. Ben Rathell and Mr. E. Cohen attend ed the fall market opening at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis Mon day through Wednesday. Mrs. M. J. Lipsey had as her guests the past week Mr. and Mrs. David Noel of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. C. C. West of Indianola. Captain and Mrs. Emmett Reese and daughter Gail of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, are visiting in the home of Mrs. Reese’s mother, Mrs. W. W. Thurmond. Mr. A. H. Kirkpatrick of Leb anon who is visiting in Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Q. El lis in Jackson Monday. You Can9t Beat Goodyear SPECIALS 6:70x15 6:00x16 6:70x15 6:70x15 ALL-WEATHER (TUBE TYPE) ALL-WEATHER (TUBE TYPE) NYLON (TUBE TYPE) WHITE WALL (TUBE TYPE) PLUS TAX AND RECAPABLE TIRE PLUS TAX AND RECAPABLE TIRE RECAPABLE TIRE PLUS TAX AND PLUS TAX AND RECAPABLE TIRE Use Our Easy Payment Plan Name Yaur Own Terms! ★ * ★ , \ Spot Cash Tire Co. LOCATED 1 DOOR NORTH OF COMMODITY HOUSE PHONE 131 LEXINGTON * R. L. JACKSON, Mgr. Ken Fowler, Sr. — Ken Fowler, Jr., Owners _ _' • More People Ride On Goodyear Than Any Other Kind Wednesday Club Met With Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. J. D. Mitchell was a gra cious hostess when she entertained members of her bridge club Wed nesday afternoon and two guests, Mrs. Bill Schneller and Mrs. P. H. Williams, Jr. When the scores were added, Mrs. A. L. Gibson was found to have high score. Mrs. Schneller was second high and Mrs. Wil liams won at bingo. A salad plate and refreshing Cokes were served by the hostess. Mrs. Cohen Hostess To Tuesday Club Hostess to the Tuesday afternoon bridge club was Mrs. E. Cohen, entertaining in her attractive home on Pine street. Guest players were Mrs. Roy Brown, Mrs. A. P. Car roll and Mrs. H. L. Nichols, Jr. Colorful gladioli and hydrangeas vere featured in the flower ar rangements throughout the rooms. Winners for the afternoon were Mrs. Cohen with high, Mr*. Roy Brown, second high, Mrs. J. E. Roberts low and Mrs. Vernon King won at bingo. A delectable salad course and ced drinks were served by the hostess. Home Dem Club v Met Lasf Thursday The Lexington Home Demonstra tion Club met June 4th in the City Hall. Mrs. Leon Arms tong, song ’eader, led the singing of “Little Sir Echo" and “Are Ye Able.” Mrs. J. T# Williams gave the de votional. Twelve members an swered the roll call. Miss Marianna Kimbrough, pre sident, presided over the business, The minutes of the May meeting were read and approved. The club score for the month was checked. Mrs. Coyier Farmer, garden club leader, gave helpful gardening oractices for the month of June. Mrs. Lute Ellison led in the dis cussion of the educational topic, “The Youth of This Generation." Mrs. Ellison and Mrs. Armstrong gave the demonstration on time saving practices in the tome. Mrs. Coyier Farmer and Mrs. J. F. Williams, co-hostess, served drinks, cookies and salted nuts. Mr. Ernest V. Taylor, Jr., son in-law of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harthcock of Lexington, returned to his home in Belzoni Thursday after serving three months active duty with the U. S. Army in Worms, Germany. Mrs. Herman Flowers was a Memphis visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schneller and daughter Leanne will leave on Tuesday for Springfield, Illinois, where they will visit Mr. Schnel ler's parents. If your house burns down If your home should burn, it la still going to cost you a . lot more than you probably think it will to rebuild it or buy a new house. Don’t keep thinking about what your house cost you in the first place, maybe years ago. Building costs and home values have risen greatly in recent years. Think: how much would it cost me to du plicate it tomorrow? If you are like the average home owner, you are still probably way under-insured and should talk to us'mighty soon (inaybe this minute) about increasing the amount of your fire insurance cover age/ Hooker Insurance Agency Lexington. Miss. _ . ..- '■ Miss Beth Flowers and Miss Carolyn White left Sunday by plane for Miami. From there they will fly to Cameguay, Cuba, where they will be house guests of Miss Sybil McRae for a week. Mr, and Mrs, ix>uis King and hildren of Scott are spending this week with Mrs. King's mother, Mrs Amma McRae. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Clark of Tunica visited Mrs. Tom Shep herd at the Community Hospital this week. Weekend in the home of Mrs. R. H. Owen were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owen and daughter Nancy and Mrs. Roy Owen and daughter, Kathy. W‘ D‘ WiIson and Mrs. Joe Beman visited Mrs. Henry Pans and baby daughter at the ■nsrLefiore Hospitai °" r~ ~ Mrs. John Parish of Greenwood visited her mother, Mrs. W. E. Moore, at the Community Hospital Saturday. Walter Moore, transportation di rector of a Mississippi State Uni versity- BSU bus, left Wednesday for Ridgecrest, North Carolina. He expects to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Franklin of Jackson were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parham Williams, Jr. Guests this week in the home of Mrs. M. M. Reed and Miss Kather ine McLeod are Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. A. W. Hooker and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kirkpatrick of Lebanon, Tennessee. Major and Mrs. Robert Farr and children of Waco, Texas, enroute to Germany, were Sunday and Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 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