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ttt if t 1 rhone 4 Wards Jewelry p»rant I Society - Clubs - Personals Miss Harthcock Feted With Bridal Parties Miss Fay Ruth Harthcock, lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Harthcock of Eden and bride elect of Walker Lewis of New Or leans, was honored by Mrs. A. A. Scott, Mrs. D. H. Dew, Mrs. D V. Russell, Mrs. W. W. Shirley and Mrs. V. R. Netherland with a mis cellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. Scott at Eden Tuesday night. The reception rooms were decor ated with floor baskets holding ar rangements of hydrangeas; the mantle featured an arrangement of sweet peas and dahlias and other floral arrangements were used in profusion throughout the spacious home. The guests were greeted at the door by Miss Nancy Shackelford and presented to the receiving line composed of the honoree, Mrs. Harthcock, mother of the bride elect, and the hostesses. The honoree was lovely in a white satin and lace sheath with matching accessories and a white corsage. Mrs. Harthcock wore a navy sheer dress and white cor sage. The refreshment table, covered with a cutwork cloth, was centered with an arrangement of pastel summer flowers. Tea girls were Priscilla Dew, Delores Dew and Connie Richardson. Miss Susanne Carson invited the guests into the rooms where the gifts were displayed on tables holding bridal nosegays made of sweetheart roses. The table holding the bride’s register was centered with a beau tiful arrangement of magnolia blos soms. Around sevents-five guests signed the register. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ellison, C. O. Sudbeck and Betty Lynn Sud beck went to Memphis Sunday to visit Sara Evelyn Sudbeck, who has been a patient in the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Friends will be pleased to know that she is im proving daily. Mrs. C. O. Sudbeck returned with them. Mrs. M. M. Reed, Mrs. A. W. Hooker, Mrs. Lee Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kirkpatrick and Miss Katherine McLeod were the Tuesday guests of Mrs. W. D. Mc Leod in Greenwood. • DURANT NEWS ANNUAL PICNIC HELD BY WOMAN'S CLUB On June 2, the Woman’s Club held its annual picnic at the Holmes County State Park with the follow ing members present: Mrs. Billy Binegar, Mrs. A. A. Derrick, Jr C* Elmore- Mrs- Jimmy Hand Mrs. W. A. Henley, Mrs. J. M. Howard, Miss Elba Humphries, Mrs. T. S. Humphries, Mrs. Wiley Humphries, Mrs. R. E. Irby, Jr.. Mrs. Deck Johnson, Mrs. W. E. McCune, Mrs. H. J. Montgomery Mrs. C. E. Patton, Mrs. A. L. Ste vens, Mrs. Roy Smith and Mrs W. P. Taylor. Mrs. A. L. Stevens gave the in vocation. The picnic supper menu included fried chicken, potato sal ad, pickles, olives, pimento cheese sandwiches, tuna sandwiches, po tato chips, deviled eggs, Cokes and orange crush, cake and home made ice cream. Serving on the committee were Mrs. Roy Smith and Mrs. Wiley Humphries. A short business meeting was held and was presided over by Mrs. Roy Smith, vice president, in me absence of the president, Mrs C. A. Doster. The picnic was the last meeting of the club year. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HAS MONTHLY MEETING Tlie Bess Mitchell Sunday School class held its regular monthly meet ing Monday, June 8, at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Opal Taylor with Mrs. Edward Osborne as co-host ess. Mrs. Margaret Kealhofer pre sided and g^ve the devotional. Reports were given by Mrs. Har old Brock and Mrs. Doris Lan drum. A delicious dessert plate with Cokes was served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. The Homer Brocks and daughter Linda of Tchula visited the Har old Brocks and the J. J. Gilmores on Sunday. i- - Mrs. Edward Lee Brock and Miss Vivian Backer from Sulphur, La., and Mrs. Barbara Owens of Lake Charles, La., were overnight guests Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brock. Four juniors from the First Bap tist Church will enter the State Memory Work Drill at the First Church at Grenada Thursday, rhey are Mary Jane Kealhofer, Judy Engelmann, Larry Landrum and Weir Kyle. Miss Betty Jo McLellan Is home for a few days before assuming her duties as youth director of the* First Baptist Church, Tuscum bia, Alabama. Miss Becky Phillips is visiting relatives in Lumberton. Mrs. Preston Wade of Yazoo City was a recent visitor in the borne of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Brock. Mi's. Sammy Kendricks is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hathom. . Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Thornton and family were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Aldridge. Mrs. Leon Engelmann, Judy and Laura, were visitors in Kosciusko last Friday and Saturday in the, home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rigby. Mr. Jimmy Hand was a business visitor in Jackson Tuesday. Miss Mary Jane Kealhofer has returned from a visit with rela tives in Louisville. Miss Sandra Holmes of Sallis visited Miss Jeanette Engelmann on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bailey, Deb bie and Tye, of Carthage, were Sunday guests jn the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Herrington. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Odom, Jr. and children, Cheryl, Charles and Linda of Bay City, Texas are visit ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Odom, Sr. The Charlie Phillips family from Jackson visited relatives in Durant Sunday. _ REMEMBER DAD WITH A-GIFT OF WEARING APPAREL ON fATHER'S DAY FROM DURANT DRY GOODS We Feature Such Top Brands As . . . ☆ Arrow Dress Shirts ☆ Hubbard Pants Wash 'n Wear and ☆ Jarman Shoes Regular Broadcloth ☆ Wimbly Ties ☆ Wings Sport Shirts ☆ Wings Pajamas Hickok Belts and Accessories ☆ Samsonite Luggage Interwoven Socks ☆ Dobbs and Hopkins Hats Durant Dry Goods ALL GIFTS BEAUTIFULLY WRAPPED* FREE OF CHARGE Miss Harthcock Honored With Party Mrs. C. C. Richardson and Mrs. Chalmers Richardson compliment ed Miss Fay Ruth Harthcock, the bride-elect of Dan Walker Lewis of New Orleans, Louisiana, with a party Friday morning. The house was beautifully de corated throughout with caladiums and arrangements of gardenias and gladioli. The honoree was attired in a white polished cotton dress with matching accessories and wore a corsage of white carnations and forget-me-nots centered with a miniature bride and groom, a gift from the hostesses. Mrs. Harth cock, mother of the bride-elect, wore a cotton dress and a corsage of red carnations. The guest list included Mrs. P. B. Brumby, Mrs. A. J. Henrich, Mrs. Chester Marshall, Miss Lock wood Thompson, Mrs. Stanley Adams of Greenwood and Mrs. Curtis Adams of the Hawaiian Is lands. The hostesses gift to the honoree was a bride’s book. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Weathers by have returned from Oxford af ter spending several days with their son John who has been ill with influenza. Miss Gwynda Hammett will spend the summer in Jackson with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Belsel. Dr. and Mrs. W. I. Dunn have moved into their beautiful new Mrs. W. W. Thurmond, Miss Blanche Maddox, Captain and Mrs. E. C. Reese visited* in Memphis Monday and Tuesday. While there, they were guests of Mrs. Alma Westmore. Mrs. J. H. Beall was an over night guest of her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Tom White head in Laurel Wednesday. Mr. David B. Miles, Betty and David, Jr., and Mrs. Joe H. Moore, Mr. Wyatt Miles and Miss Barbara Nabors attended the Golden Anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Day at Duncan on Sunday. Miss Barbara Nabors was a Memphis visitor Monday and Tues day. • Cruger Chatter • By Mrs. Forrest Flemming ESTES WELCOME GRANDSON Mr. and Mrs. Eldwyn Darden are proud to announce the arrival of a son, Robert Morgan, bom on Sunday, May 7, in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Darden is the former Frances Estes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Estes of Cruger. Mrs. Estes flew to Washington to join in welcoming her new grand son wit hher grandchildren, Camie and J. J. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Parker spent Sunday in Grenada visiting rela tives. Cruger is sorry to lose its Me thodist pastor, Rev. Sissiee and his family. All their friends wish them a lot of happinness as they make Kilmichael their new home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bonner, Jr. IU1U V1IUU1VU VJL V V 1*1 L ing in Cruger. Sunday visitors in the M. W Estes home are Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Welbome and daughters. Gail and Deborah of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gillespie and daugh ter, Sue of Tchula. Gail Welbome remained with the Estes and Mrs. Estes mother, Mrs. Campbell, for a week’s visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wilson and children and Mrs. H. Watkins of Jackson visited the Grey Griffins last Sunday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harris helped celebrate a wedding anniversary dinner for their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris, in the Emmett Mortimer home in Winona. Mrs. Harris ac companied Bill and Annette and their children home for a few days visit. Airman Second Class David Clark of Perin AFB, Texas, spent a few days in Cruger with his wife, the former Miss Mildred Adcock. Miss Joyce Childress has re turned to Tutwiler after a week’s visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Guest. Joyce attended Vacation Bible School at the Baptist Church during her visit. ' TRUE’S BARBER SHOP Next Door To Theatre Lexington, Mias. Four 4-H'ers Attend Jr. Leadership Confab By Barbara A. Moore Assistant Home Agent Patty Branch, Betty Sue Kille brew, Mack Killebrew and Myron Dillon attended the Junior Leader ship Training Conference on the Mississippi University campus held Tuesday, June 2 through Friday, June 5. This was an all expense paid trip sponsored by United Gas Pipe Line Company. During the four days on the cam Hospital Patients HOLMES COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Lexington, Miss. Mrs. Georgia Self, Tchula Mrs. Daisy Jacobson, Lexington Mr. Billy Tate, Lexington Mrs. Walter Moore, Lexington Mr. Billy Rutledge, Lexington Mrs. Jean Hill, Lexington Mrs. Floyd McNeer, Lexington Mrs. Tom Shepherd, Lexington Mr. Billy Young, Lexington Mrs. Helen Williamson, Lexington Mr. Jim Bradley, Lexington Mr. Buford Holder, Lexington Mrs. L. E. Moorhead, Winona Baby Boy Moorhead, Winona Mr. Clifton Hughes, Lexington Mrs. Eric Norquist, Lexington Mr. Cecil Farmer, Lexington Mrs. Pat Busam, Greenwood DISTRICT TWO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Durant, Miss. David Allen Home, Durant Allen Boyd Bishop, Durant Mrs. S. C. McGeehee, ’West Mrs. L. K. Howell, Durant Baby Boy Howell, Durant Mrs. Ray Edwards, Durant Mrs. L. C. Jenkins, Sr., Sallis Mr. W. H. Taylor, Durant Political Announcements The Holmes County Herald ii authorized to announce the follow ing candidacies, subject to the Democratic Primary Election of August 4, 1959. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT 4 PARHAM H. WILLIAMS, JR. FOR STATE SENATE T. M. WILLIAMS FOR REPRESENTATIVE (POST ONE) J. P. LOVE (POST TWO) WILBURN HOOKER (POST THREE) w. g. mcmullen DAVID T. (Tommy) SLACK FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY PAT BARRETT SUPT. OF EDUCATION L. R. THOMPSON FOR SHERIFF COYIER FARMER BEN MOORE HAMMETT MRS. ANDREW P. SMITH DOUGLAS SMITH YATES B. BRUCE FOR CHANCERY CLERK PARHAM H. WILLIAMS FOR CIRCUIT CLERK henry b. McClellan FOR TAX ASSESSOR DENTON ROSAMOND v ourcinvisun, diuii i ROY BROWN CLOWER JOHNSON PEYTON A. JONES LEE MAYO FOR SUPERVISOR. BEAT 2 RAY CAMPBELL E. C. “Pole” HOWARD GRADY E. ELLIS FOR SUPERVISOR, BEAT 3 W. LESLIE SMITH FOR SUPERVISOR, BEAT 4 ESTELL SCOTT JOE L. LIBERTO SUPERVISOR BEAT S RAY S. MELTON D. E. RICK El .S W. W. SALLEY J. W. CUNNINGHAM FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT I _ SHARKEY L. WHITE B. R. HAMMETT T. B. LEHMAN FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT 3 C. G. MF.EKS RUFUS NETHERLAND H. L “Uncle Slick” UPSHAW FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT S ^ T Q KTTT T V E. R. “Eddie” BUCHANAN - J. M. WATT CONSTABLE BEAT I I. B. (TED) UPSHAW, JR. FOB ROf TRUITT FOR CONSTABLE, BEAT 2 FRED L. TAYLOR AUDIS HATHCOCK MARION WEEKS CONSTABLE BEAT 3 R. P. (Bob) GILLESPIE W. T. (THOMAS) RICHARDS pus these boys and girls were given opportunities to participate in workshops, in discussions, to hear inspirational addresses, to make new, acquaintances and to have fun. Friday was a very special day as far as the Holmes 4-H’ers were concerned. Mack KUlebrew was elected northwest district vice president. He was in the installation program for new officers which was conducted by Mr. M. A. Row zee, associate state 4-H Club lead er. Later in the program all boys and girls were presented leadership certificates by Miss Earle Gaddis, State Home Demonstration Agent and Mr. M. S. Shaw, associate di rector of extension. It is felt that our Holmes County 4-H boys- and girls have received valuable training that will prove helpful in improving family and community living through their Junior Leadership program. * Calendar Of Events Lexington Women's Clubs B&PW — 2nd Tuesday 7 P. M. Garden Club — 2nd Tuesday 3 P. M. at the City Hall VJ*W- Auxiliary - 2nd Thursday 7:30 P. M. Ab Taylor Memorial Home American Legion Auxiliary — ■ 7:30 R M- Ab Taylor Memorial Home Lucky Twelve Club - 2nd Wed jresday, 3:00 P,M, ™ member. Eastern Star — 1st Friday, 7:30 P. M. Masonic Hall D.A.R. — 1st Thursday, 7:30 P.M. Home of ciuo member. Home Demonstration Ciub — 1st Thursday Lexington Jr. HD Club — Fourth Tuesday, 7:30 P. M. at the City Hall. Arts and Crafts Sewing Club — 3rd Thursday, Home of dub member. Forget-Me-Not dub — 3rd Thurs day 3 p.m. Home of dub Mem ber. Lexington Men's Clubs Rotary dub — Eveiy Tuesday 12:00 Noon, Grammar School Lions dub — 1st and 3rd Monday 7:30 P.M. Grammar School Methodist Men’s dub — Second .Tuesday, 7 P. M. at the Church Lexington Lodge No. 2a — 2nd Monday, 7:30 P.M. Lexington Chapter No. 9 — Sec ond Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Lexingjon Council No. 3 — 3rd Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Lexington Commandry No. 3 — 3rd Tuesday, 7:30 P.M. V.F.W. Post 2589 — Business Meeting, 1st Tuesday, 7:30, Ab Taylor Memorial Home — Social Meeting, 3rd Tuesday, 7:30, Ab Taylor Memorial Home Big Black Farmers dub — 2nd Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Holmes Jr. College. Daniel W. Beall American Legion Post No. 18 — 1st Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Durant Women's Clubs American Legion Auxiliary, 2nd Tuesday, 7:30 P. M. Castalian Street Garden dub — 1st Thursday, 9 A. M. Hairdressers Association — 3rd Tuesday, 7:30 P. M. Twentieth Century dub — 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 3:00 P. M. O. E. S. — 3rd Wednesday, 3:00 P. M. B&PW dub — 2nd and 4th Thurs day, 7:30 P.M. Durant Men’s Clubs Lions Club — 2nd and 4th Friday, 7:30 P. M. Rotary Club — Every Friday, 12:00 Noon Castallian Lodge FAM — 4th Tuesday, 7:30 P.M. American Legion — 2nd Tuesday. 7:30 PM. Methodist Men’s Club — 2nd Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. P.T.A. — 3rd Thursday, 7:30 P.M School Gamma Club — Every Other Thursday, 3:00 P.M. Home Demonstration Club — 3rd Tuesday. Tchula Women’s dubs Tchula Sewing Club — Every Other Wednesday Thursdays Eastern Star — 1st and 3rd American Legion Auxiliary — 3rd Friday, 2:00 P.M. Tchula Men’s dubs American Legion Post 515 — 1st Monday, 8:00 PJd. Lions Club —Every other Monday Pickens Women’s dubs Garden Club — 2nd Tuesday Her! ge Club — Second Tuesday H.T.D. Club — Second Tuesday As You Like It Club—3rd Tuesday Eastern Star — Second Tuesday P.T.A. — Third Tuesday Girl Scouts and Brownies — Each Monday Pickens Men’s dubs Rotary Club — Each Wednesday Chamber of Commeroe (Directors —Third Tuesday Masonic Lodge — Third Friday V.F.W. — Second Tuesday Boy Scouts — Each Monday WEST CLUBS W.S.C.S. - 1st and 3rd Monday P.T.A. - 3rd Wednesday 3:45 p.m. H.D. Club - 2nd Tuesday afternoon O.E.S. - 1st & 3rd Monday nights Skating Rink - Adults Thursday night; Young folks Friday & Saturday nights Garden Club - 2nd Thursdays Boy Scouts - Every Monday night 7:00 p.m. GUION’S SUPER MARKET Open all Day Wed Durant’s Complete Shopping Center Telephone 360 or 361 Plenty Free Parking We Deliver 600 South Jackson St. Just Below Talon, Inc. Prices Effective June 11-15 SWIFTS WORTHMORE BaCOIl Sliced Tray Pack J Lb. 39c BARBECUING TIME FIRST CUT CENTER CUT Pork Chop Lb. 39c Lb. 59c PICNIC TIME ~~ BRISKET Wieners 3 Lbs. 89c Stew Meat Lb. 25c BARBECUING TIME Fresh Pork Ribs 3 t« 5 sue Lb. 45c STOKELY’S NO. SOS EXTRA SMALL Party Early Peas 2 cans 49c STOKELY’S NO. SOS Small Whole Beets 6 Cans “1.00 I STOKELY’S BLUE LAKE NO. 303 SmallWholeGreenBeans2cns.49c HARDIN’S REG. 59c , Angel Food Cake 30c YELLOW—50 LB. BAG Corn Chops $1.79 PURE WHEAT Shorts 100 lb. bag $3 DRY Pinto Beans 1 Lb. 10c SHOWBOAT NO. 300 Pork&Beans 10cn.$ 1 TASTEE y Ice Cream V2 Gal. 49c BUTTERCUP Salad Dressing qt. 39c HEINZ Sweet Pickles at. 39c Jk. OLD SOUTH—FREE MOP Bar-B-Q Sauce qt. 59c DEODORIZES All Pine 2 qts. 99c ———_r<