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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL WILL START JUNE 15TH The Vacation Bible School of the Ebenezer Methodist Church will start Monday, June 15 at the Com munity House. Study will begin each morning at 8 o’clock and end at 11 o’clock. An invitation is ex tended to all the children of the community to attend. Ladies in charge will be Mrs. N. H. O’ Reilly, juniors; Mrs. Jean Greer, intermediates; Mrs. K. D. Henry, beginners with Mrs. Lucas Thomas and Mrs. William Gnemi as help ers. Mrs. Harris Humphrey will conduct the devotional each morn ing. Master Billy Murtagh of Bel mont spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Murtagh. Mrs. Reuben Netherland and children of Lexington were Wed nesday dinner guests of her mo ther, Mrs. Bessie White and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Edwards. Her nephew, “Buster” White, returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. Alice M. Haffey made a business trip to Jackson Monday. She was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Leo P. Haffey and family. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Henry at tended the lamb sale in Jackson Wednesday. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Helm. The people of the Ebenezer Me thodist charge are pleased that Rev. Halbert will be pastor again this year. Mr. W. O. Brown or Tchula and his daughter, Mrs. Hollis Edwards of Greenwood were Sunday after noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown. i Mr. and Mrs. I. V. McMinn of Yazoo City were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards. Mr. T. E. Murtagh, accompanied by his grandson, Billie Murtagh, was a Moorhead visitor Friday. Mrs. Bill Senft and children of New Orleans arrived by train on Saturday for a visit with her mo ther and brother, Mrs. Henry Brock and Earl Gray. They were luncheon guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Thomas and child ren. Rev. and Mrs. Halbert were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Henry. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 7. E. Murtagh were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Murtagh and children of Belmont. Mr. and Mrs. James Lambeth of Kansas City, Missouri and Mrs. Sam Branson, Sr. of Benton, Mis souri, were weekend guests of the Sam and Richard Bransons. John ny returned home with them after a week’s visit in Missouri with his grandparents. On Friday the Sam Bransons and Mr. and Mrs. Lambeth enjoyed a visit and din ner in Starkville. Saturday they motored to Canton and Sunday the group visited Vicksburg and in Louisiana. Charlotte and Janice Anne returned home with their grandmother for a summer vaca tion in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Haffey and children were Jackson visitors on Tuesday. The children enjoyed a visit to the zoo and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mc Crory. Alice Anne remained for a visit with her cousin, Betty Hodges. Karl Edwards visited in Jackson last week with his cousin, J. R. Edwards. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn White and family were Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Netherland, Kathy and Sonny of Lexington, and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Luby, Betty and Bob of Benton. On Sunday the group was accompanied by Mrs. Bessie White for a most enjoyable day at the zoo at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Edwards of Jackson visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Edwards Sunday. Mary Jane and Linda Upshaw are guests this week of their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McNeese in Yazoo City. Mrs. Myrtie Burkhart, accom panied by Misses May and Nora Thomas, visited Mrs. Vernon Thomas at the Baptist Hsopital in Jackson Sunday afternoon. “Buster” White spent'*’ several days last week in Lexington with his cousin, “Sonny” Netherland. Mi*, and Mrs. “Red” Brock and children of Las Vegas, Nevada ar rived Sunday for a visit with his mother and brother, Mrs. Henry Brock and Earl Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Thomas and children entertained with a birth day party Wednesday honoring her mother, Mrs. Henry Brock. Earl Gray and Mrs. Belle Frost were also present to celebate the occasion. In the afternoon Mrs. Thomas and children, Mrs. Brock and Earl Gray and Mrs. Frost visited in Canton. Mrs. Henry Brock accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Bill Senft of New Orleans, visited in Yazoo City Saturday afternoon. + Tolarville By PhUlip Daves Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winstead i of Lake Village, Arkansas, spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Jim Winstead. „ ’ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Killebrew of Greenville spent Saturday with her brother, Mr. E. 0. Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Winstead motored to Walnut Grove Sunday for their daughters, Sandra and Shirley. Mrs. B. Hoover and son, Lester, spent Sunday with her sisters, Miss Netherland and Mrs. Amy Wallace. Mr. G. L. Leonard of Sidon cal led on his sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Jones Saturday evening. Din ner guests of the Jones’ were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edwards of Belmont and Sonny Alvin Hoover. We had a nice service at Oak Grove Church last Sunday at which time eleven were baptized by the pastor, Rev. Allen Goss. Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Trustees of the Holmes' County Community Hospi tal, Lexington, Mississippi, at the office of the Administrator of said hospital on July 6, 1959 at 7:30 P. M., according to the list of spe cifications on file in the office of the Administrator of said hospital. 1— Air conditioner for hospital corridor 2— Air condition window units The Hospital Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bid*. Board of Trustees of the Holmes County Community Hospital, Holmes County, Lexington, Missis sippi. Signed: David B. Miles, Chairman of Board of Trustees, Holmes Coun ty Community Hospi tal, Lexington, Missis sippi. Mrs. Thelma Malone returned home after a week’s stay in the Holmes County Community Hospi tal. Her friends wish for her an early recovery. Mrs. Myrtie Burkhart of Lexing ton was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown Sunday. Mr. Shep Darnell of Lexington was a business visitor in Ebenezer Monday. Miss Barbara Brock is attending Girls’ State in Jackson this week. IJ: “Living Insurance” for Mississippians Anyway you look at it, first aid training is living insurance”... That’s the ' idea behind the qualified instruction in first aid given telephone plant men all over Mississippi... They know how to help when emergencies arise. They are always ready, too, to help train others outside of the telephone company .*.. If your organization, or group would like the services of an experienced first aid instructor, just give your local telephone office a ring... We'll be happy to help. ,] f Southern Bell Instructor Available for First Aid Training jockson telephone man Bob Jones gives a little ••emergency” first aid to a little friend .. Bob is one of many qualified first aid instructors with Southern Bell in Mississippi. Southern Bell In Mississippi Phone often for pleasure or profit In Thornton . . . Youths Congratulated On Varied Achievements i By Mrs. Lewis Massey Congratulations are in order for some of our Thornton youngsters. To “Buster” Liberto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Liberto, 1959 Tchula High School graduate. To Rosemary Liberto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Liberto, 1959 Tchula Junior High School graduate. To “Sonny” Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jones, elected co Boys' State, where he has been attending this week. To Mary Lou Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jones, for winning a trip to MSCW in FHA. She was there this past week. Mary Lou will also go to Mississippi State University in July as a Holmes county winner in 4-H Club work. She is also a con testant for the Miss Tchula title. Keep pitching Mary Lou, for we’re all very proud of you. Mrs. Joe Liberto and Mrs. Sylvia Carter visited with Mrs. Lois Gray m Sidon Tuesday. Mrs. Martin Smith and Mrs. B. F. Harthcock visited Mrs. C. H. Boyd in Eden Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eakin have had their daughter, Miss Betty Louise Eakin, in their home and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mre. Frank Eakin, Jr. Misc Eakin will remain at home most of the summer then will go to Mobile, Alabama, where she has accepted a teaching position. Mr. and Mrs. Eakin, Jr., swill go to Mobile where he will work for the summer. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Lewis Massey and children, Bonnie and Billy, Julie and Becky Zemp, Carolyn Holloman, Marsha Ray, Dianne. Ronnie and Cheryl Sanford enjoyed a swim in Mrs. W. M. Thompson’s pool on Pluto. Thanks to Mrs. Thompson for being such a wonderful person. It seems that a lot of people around here are getting the repu tarion of being married a long time. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Carter on their thirtieth wedding anniversary May 31st. To Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jones on their 18th wedding anniversary on June 3rd. Last, but certainly not least, to Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Barrett, May 18th, on their fortieth anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Calhoun, Beverly Sharon, Daven and Carol motored to Belzoni Sundoy to visit Mr. and Mrs. Arden Oakes. Mrs. Oakes has just returned from the hospital where she was recuperat ing from a fractured knee. Vicky Carter spent several days in Sidon last week as the house guest of Miss Gay Gray. Miss Daven Calhoun visited sev eral days last week in Yazoo City with her grandmother, Mrs. Bob Calhoun. COXBURG NEWS • By Mrs. Henry Webster We are sorry that Edward Cook sey got his leg broken last week. Friends hope he will soon be home and doing fine. Mr. Wade Aust reported to New Orleans Monday to enter the Navy. We hope he will like it any enjoy his stay in the Navy. Mrs. Lillian Hocutt is visiting her daughter in Texas for the summer. Among those attending the graduation exercises of Raymond Sims and Mac Abernathy were Mrs. H. T. Abernathy, Mrs. Henry Webster and Vera Ann, Mrs. Sand ers Richmond, Miss Jean Aust and David Hearn. Mr.Julian Abernathy and son from Bolton visited his-brothers H. T. and Jim Abernathy, this weekend. Mr. Robert Ellington and daugh ters, Mrs. Catherine Smith and sons of Kosciusko visited in the Byrd Abel home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rogers and family carried Glenda Faye to Greenville Monday morning where she began work in the Greenville Mills. Mr. Leslie Smith and son, Geor^r visited in Greenwood on Tuesday night. Mrs. Lucille Rodgers is visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. James Harthcock, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Abel spent Sunday ki the Edward Chisolm home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rogers and son Paul went to Greenville Satur day afternoon to see their son, Lay ton, and wifk. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Dickard are visiting: their parents this week, Mrs. Henry Mae Dickard and the Jim Abemathys. HOME DEM CLUB MET LAST FRIDAY The Thornton Home Demonstra tion Club met Friday, June 5th, ir the home of Mrs. E. M. Sanford on Pluto Plantation. The meeting was called to order by the presi dent, Mrs. B. F. Harthcock. The song leader, Mrs. M. E. Barrett led in the singing of “America." The aclub prayer was read in unison. The devotional, taken from John 14 15 through 19, was very capably given by Miss Cheryl Sanford, lovely little daughter of the hostess. The roll call and minutes were given by the club secretary, Mrs. Sanford. Miss Harpoie announced that the state council meeting would be held at M. S. C. W. on June 15-17. She announced that Tuesday, June 16 would be the day for the special events and urged all council mem bers to attend. The educational topic, “Does Johnny Shirk His Work?” was given by the family life chair man, Mrs. Massey. Miss Harpoie demonstrated on “Time Saving in •he Home." The “Travel Prize" was won by Mrs. Mary Perry. Recreation was provided by the recreation leader and Mrs. C. M. Howard won the hostess gift. The hostess served a delicious banana split for refreshment. She was assisted in serving by her daughter, Cheryl, and her house guest, Miss Marsha Ray of Tchula. Visiting in the M. E. Barrett home over the weekend was their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barrett and daughter of Gre nada. Another son and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barrett and children of Cruger joined them for Sunday dinner. Jimmie Barrett of Cruger has been spending the week with his m-andparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Barrett. Mrs. J. O. Carter and Vicky visited Mrs. Carter’s sister in Ben tcnia on Sunday. Mr. J. O. Carter was in Hazel hurst over the weekend visiting a cousin who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Calhoun were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lois Gray of Sidon, formerly of Thornton, last Tuesday. THORNTON W. S. C. 8. MET TUESDAY EVENING The Thornton W. S. C. S. met with Mrs. B. F. Harthcock Tuesday evening, June 2 at 3:30 o'clock. Members present were Mrs. Karth cock, Mrs. Martin Smith, Mrs. Frank Eakin, Mrs. R. L. Peaster and Mrs. M. E. Barrett. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and the meeting was ad joumed. It will meet next Mon day with Mrs. Peaster. Miss Marsha Ray of Tchula and Miss Dianne Sanford of Yazoo City were guests of Miss Cheryl Sanford on Pluto Plantation this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Good roe of Jackson were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mas sey and family. They were joined on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCarroll and little daughter, Becky, from Ridgeland. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harthcock have been enjoying the company ot two of their granddaughters, Julie and Becky Zemp of Lexing ton for the past two weeks. Harold Sanford and Jon Foose are trying their skill at working mi Pluto Plantation this summer. How’s it going, boys? Here’s hoping for a speedy recov ery to Meridith Foose, who’s been :11 with a sore throat. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Massey and family were very pleased to have a visit last Friday from her bro ther, Wayne Truitt of Moss Point and Durant and his fiancee, Miss Sonia Gilliam of Lexington and Clinton. and Mrs. Bill Zemp and children were visitors last Sat -Hr<v in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harthcock. Cheryl Sanford is spending this week in Yazoo City with her £rand rf other and other relatives and attending Bible School there Visiting in *the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Coleman on Lakeland Plantation is her mother. Mrs. M. F. Holloman of Alexan dria, La., and her niece, Miss i Carolyn Holliman of Shreveport La. Mrs. Holloman will return home after a short visit and Caro lyn will remain with her aunt and uncle for the summer months. Mrs. David Coleman and her mother and niece motored to Bel zoni Wednesday morning on busin ess and pleasure. Mrs. Mary Perry has just return ed home from a visit with two of her daughters, Mrs. Doris O’Bryant and Mrs. W. J. Barnes in Pickens. Linda ^nd Sherrie Burrell spent last Tuesday evening with Bonnie Massey. Tommy Peaster is another one of our Thornton boys who’s home from Holmes Jr. for the summer and is now working at measuring cotton. Miss Carolyn Cunningham and her brother, James, have been visiting their cousins in Montgom ery, Alabama, since school was out. Their cousins, Bonnie and Cathy Buck of Montgomery re turned with them for a short visit. James Cunningham, Jr., visited his aunt in Greenville for a few days. There have been a lot of out-of towners around Thornton recently. We welcome the people that come to fish in our beautiful Bee Lake. Thornton boasts of four boat land ings, with all kinds of bait at each one. These are John Liberto’s, Nathan Jones, Bobby Thompson and Billy Martin Smith. Thornton also boasts of two motels for the convenience of those who wish to spend the night. Jon Foose was a visitor in Yazoo City Friday afternoon and attended Teen Center there. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thompson had as their supper guests Friday night her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stigler and her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Light cap, all of Yazoo Ciiy. Laurie and Suzie Thompson have been visiting for the past week in Jackson with their aunt, Mr. and Kirs. Hoyt Holland and family. Thei> parents picked them up Sunday to take them on a two weeks vacation to Dolphin Island. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will join their son. Billy T., who is already vacationing there. Mrs. Thompson will return in a few days and the rest of the family will remain for a while. Mrs. William Thompson has been visiting her sister, Miss Hat tie Peaster, who has been ill in the Yazoo City Hospital. We wish a speedy recovery for Miss Hattie. Mrs. Dan Foose visited in Jack son Friday. She took Jan and Judy Edwards to Yazoo City to attend Girls State. Meridith Foose accom panied them on the trip. Mrs. Lewis Massey, Mrs. L. M. 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