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Holmes County herald. (Lexington, Miss.) 1959-current, June 11, 1959, Image 8

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Early August Date Set . . .
Engagement Announced
Of Mary Lynell Reid
The announcement of the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Mary
Lynell Reid to Steve Smiley Rat
cliff, Jr., in early August, was
made known by her mother, Mrs.
Jack Reid, at a lovely tea on
Thursday afternoon at the attrac
tive home of her grandmother, Mrs.
W. H. Fincher, Sr.
The Fincher home was in fes
tive array for the occasion. Those
in the receiving line, in addition
to the honoree, were Mrs. Jack
Reid, Mrs. W. H. Fincher, Sr., and
Mrs. Steve Ratcliff, Sr. Miss Reid
wore a beautiful white silk organza
with embroidered bodice and full
skirt. She wore a beautiful white
gardenia corsage.
The tea table was covered with
a lace cloth over pink, centered
with an oblong arrangement of pink
mums and Queen Anne's lace. A
silver bell bearing miniature fig
ures of a bride and groom was
suspended over the arrangement
by bands of pink tulle with the
names "Tita" and "Smiley" in
silver lettering. Pink lighted can
dles flanked this arrangement.
Green and pink mints, nuts and
miniature assorted cookies were
in crystal nappies.
Serving at the punch bowl was
Mrs. W. H. Fincher, Jr., assisted
by Marilyn Fincher, Mrs. William
Young, Mrs. Vernon Hathcock and
Mrs. Glenn Harrison of Jackson, a
close friend of the family. Those
asssiting wore pink gardenia cor
sages.
Mrs. B. W. Moore of Durant,
great aunt of the honoree, was a
special guest for the occasion.
Camp Kickapoo To
Open On June 28th
Boy Scouts from all over the An
drew Jackson Council will attend
Camp Kickapoo this summer,
sponsored by the Jackson notary
Club. Scouts may attend from
June 28th tp July 4th.
Sixteen or eignteen boys from
the Lexington area are expected
tp attend the camp, accompanied
by Scoutmaster Dudley Renacker
and aissisant James Carroll.
In addition to regular camp ac
tivities, the highway department
will sponsor courses in life sav
ing, first aid in camping and pion
eering. The Marines will have an
instructor on the rifle range; the
Forestry Service will sponsor a
course in nature study and the
State Game and Fish Cmomlssion
will sponsor classes ,in conserva
tion and physical fitness.
Much interest has been- created
in this camp for boys and parents
of'Scouts are urged to have their
boys attend. —
Announce
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Heads For
Bible School
Vacation Bible School begins on
Monday, June 15, for the Presby
terian, Methodist and Episcopal
churches. They will hold a joint
Bible School next week and the
time is set for 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
each afternoon.
Two trained teachers from Cam
den, Arkansas, Misses Anne Stad
ler and Fanelle Shepperson, will
be here to teach and assist in the
school. They have both taught
the Bible in public schools.
Kindergarten class, ages 4 thru
6, who have not been to school,
will meet at the Episcopal Church;
primary class, ages 6 thru 8 will
meet at the Presbyterian Church
and juniors, ages 9 thru 11 and
intermediates, ages 12 thru 14,
are to meet at the Methodist
Church.
Mre. P. B. Brumby, general sup
erintendent of Bible School, an
nounces department heads as Mrs.
Joseph Roberts, kindergarten;
Mrs. Jack Yates, primary; Mrs.
Marion Ginn, juniors, Mrs. Harden
Ervin, intermediates; Mrs. Gordon
Russell, crafts chairman; Mrs.
Norman Weathersby, hospitality
chairman and Mrs. V. C. Fite, as
secretary.
A number of young people, some
serving as pianists, will assist in
the various departments and ev
eryone is looking forward to a suc
cessful Bible School.
A meeting for all workers who
will participate in the school will
be held Monday, June 15, at the
Presbyterian Church at 1 p.m.
Mr. Candidate:
Let Us Figure With You
On Your Candidate Cards
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And Campaign Literature
Holmes Comity Herald
F Grocery & Market
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FREE PARKING 450 CARROLLTON AVE.
PHONE 429-R FREE DELIVERY
_WE ARE OPEN ALL PAY THURSDAY_
SHORTENING
SWIFT'S JEWEL OR ARMIX
3 U> can 59c
ICE CREAM
LUVEL'S TAYSTEE
Any Flavor
Vz gal 45c
CAKE MIXES
Infallable — White,!
Yellow, Devils Food
2 boxes 49c
KLEENEX
DINNER NAPKINS
Box of 50
29c
WAX PAPER
Hostess
LARGE ROLL
19c
EGGS
Mixed Sizes
From Mr. Ware's
Chicken Farm
2 doz 49c
HENS
Fine For Baking
Chicken Fricassee
Chicken Spaghetti
YOUNG
HOME GROWN
• Lb, 29c
Pure Pork Sausage
Ridgedale Farms
JJbrojl^_for59^
Pure Ground BEEF
3 Lbs. $1.29
CHICKEN SALAD
Home Made — Made
In Our Market
Lb. 99c
PIMENTO CHEESE
Home Made — Made
In Our Market
Lb. 69c
Nabisco
NEW ICED
FRUIT COOKIES
One Lb. Bag
39c
PEAR HALVES .
Stokely's No. 2Vi
Can
45c
Stokely's
Unsweetened
GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE
. 46 Oz. Can
29c
Hamburgers
7 for $1.00
V
Tchula Leads
Little League
In Little League ball games the
Tchula team won over Lexington
No. 2 team 6-1 last Friday night.
Pickens ran over Lexington No. 1
team 18-1, with the Lexington team
scoring their only run in the first
inning.
Goodman won over Durant 10-4
and Tuesday night Goodman beat
Pickens 9-4.
Tchula won over Lexington No.
1 team 9-8 after a hard-fought
game. Lexington led until the 7th
inning when Tchula tied the score.
Tchula scored the winning run in
the 8th inning.
Durant won their game over
Lexington No. 2 team, 7-1.
Pony League
Lexington won over the Good
man team, 19-9.
Independent League
Lexington won over Horseshoe,
12-6.
LitUe League Standings
W L
Tchula 8 0
Goodman 6 2
Pickens 3 4
Lexington No. 2 2 4
Dprant 2 5
Lexington No. 1 17
Tonight Is Last Night
Of Relations Clinic
Conducted by Mr. Roy Hatten,
a Human Relations Clinic has been
in progress in Lexington this week.
Held nightly, Monday thru Thurs
day at 7:30 p.m., the clinic is
made available by the State De
partment of Education and is spon
sored locally by the Chamber of
Commerce.
The clinic covers eleven major
techniques of handling people. Door
prizes of $5, $3, and $2 are made
nightly.
Tonight is the last night and the
public is cordially invited.
Henry McClellan
Thanks Voters
Henry McClellan, in a note of
thanks this week, expressed his
appreciation to the people of the
county for their vote of confidence
in him by re-electing him Circuit
Clerk without opposition.
Mr. McClellan’s note of thanks
follows;
To the Voters of Holmes County:
I am deeply grateful to the peo
ple of Holmes County for having
been re-elected without opposition
to a second term as Circuit Clerk.
I shall prove my gratitude by
rendering the best service pos
sible in the discharge of my duties.
Sincerely yours,
Henry McClellan
LOOK — LISTEN — Are you
eligible for a VA or FHA loan?
Would you like to buy a three
bedroom home, two full baths,
living room, dining room, kit
chen and two complete apart
ments that rent for $84 a month,
with no money down? If so,
call 372-J. 20-2tnp
LOST — Black Scofield Bible. If
found please call 646. Mrs. H. P.
Watson, Jr. 20-ltnp
FOR RENT — Three room apart
ment with private bath and pri
vate entrance. Phone 747. Ed
Barrentine. 20-ltp
MOORE’S RADIO & TV SERVICE:
For the Best Radio and Televi
sion service in this area, let a
man with 30 years experience do
the job. Service calls anywhere.
Reasonable price. Record play
ers repaired - Antennas install
ed. Located on Carrollton Ave
on Lexington Acona road in for
mer Lehman Grocery store.
Business phone 755 - residence
417-J-l. 12-tn-np
WILL TRADE: General Electric
Automatic Washing Machine.
Good condition. Will trade for
Deep Freeze. Can be seen at
Mayo Bros. Gro., or call 440.
WANTED TO BUY — Timber, all
species. Will move mill on place
and cut bills. Phone 694 nights.
J. W. O’Kelly, Jr.
NOTICE — Need extra furniture
at a saving? Look over our large
stock of good used furniture
GAS TRADING CO., Lexington.
FOR SALE — Two 2% horsepower
outboard motors for sale. One
motor practically new. Both for
$75.00. See J. D. Grantham.
19-ltnp
HELP WANTED — Salesman or
saleslady between the ages of
21 and 65 to sell Hospital find
Life Insurance. No experience
necessary. Excellent training
program. Must furnish own auto
mobile. Phone or write W. E.
Miller, Guarantee Reserve Life
Insurance Co., Yazoo City. Phone
2724.
A NOTE OF THANKS
To our many friends who were
so kind to us during our mother
and wife’s stay in the hospital,
we extend our deepest apprecia
tion. We wish to thank Dr. Brum
by, the wonderful nurses and other
members of the hospital staff. May
God bless each of you is our sin
cere prayer.
The Lawrence Phillips Family
TYPEWRITERS, adding machines
and cash registers, bought, sold,
and repaired. 44 years experi
ence. Union Typewriter Co., dial
GL 3-2923, Greenwood, Miss.
FOR SALE — 120 acres, known as
Eli Tidwell Estate, about 7 miles
west of West, Miss. 53,000. One
half minerals included. Lomax
B. Lamb, Jr., Attorney, Marks,
Miss. _ 18-ltnp
FOR SALE — 270 acres Pineland
in Yazoo Drainage Area, has
qualified for government refor
estation. Located six miles
Northeast of Lexington. Descrip
tion: SE/4 SE/4 sec. 34 and
W/2 SE/4; S/2 SW/4; E3/4
NE/4 SW/4 and SE/4 NW/4
Sec. 35 Twp 16N Rge 3E Holmes
County. Price 540 per acre.
Known as J. F. Wilburn est.
Contact Claude D. Smith, 1118
Poplar Blvd., Jackson, Miss.
Phone FL 5-5684. TMtnp
POSTED - All land belonging to
the H. H. Harding Estate against
trespassing or loose stock. 18-3tp
POUND — 1 Angus heifer calf
about 3 months old. Eula Lee
Perry, Durant, Miss. lS-3tp
PAINT-UP WEEK SPECIAL —
Outside white paint, the best —
$3.69 per gallon. Williams Out
let Store, Lexington. 19-ltnp
FOR SALE — Pullets — heavy
breed. Rhyne Coal and Feed
Co. Phone 2 5. 13-ltp
FOR SALri — Stick's Drive Inn.
Priced reasonably. Call 6, Du
rant, Miss. 19-2tp
FOR SALE — Highly productive
160-acre farm with 100 acres erf
top land in cultivation; 60 acres
planted to pine 3 years ago and
growing beautifully — can be
pastured this year. 25-acre cot
ton allotment produced 60 bales
one year. This farm is presently
owned by an outstanding farmer
who has consistently followed the
best practices available. Situ
ated in a white neighborhood.
$55 per acre. By appointment
only. ALLIE POVALL, Lexing
ton, Miss.
LIBERTY
CASH GROCERY
Phone 450 Lexington, Mm.
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TAVST1TIP
ICECREAM Vagal 49c
Morrell’s Pride—It’s New, and Yellow, Too! —Introductory Price
SHORTENING 3 lb can 55c
MAGNOLIA — FULLY COOKED
HAMS whole lb 49c
SHRIMP 5 lb box $2.99
Xw k SUNLITE — INSIDE OR OUT- ^ _
PA IN l SIDE - SPECIAL PURCHASE 1 QQ
X rXill X or Groen . Gallon 3P-*-e^/0
MISS LIBERTY—PINT
SALAD DRESSING 33c
FROZEN APPLE OR CHERRY
PIES each 39c
AUSTEX—4 CANS
Spaghetti & Meat Balls $1
More car than this Impala Sport Loupe is hard to find at any price.
dings to curves like a cat on a carpet!
the travel-lovin’Chevrolet '
Nothing else but a dyed-in-the
wool sports car like the Corvette
ran take a turn with such solid
assurance!
It’s easy to see where Chevrolet
gets its road sense. With big coil
springs at every wheel, a firm, wider
stance and all of its pounds dis
tributed with painstaking care,
Chevy’s born with it.
The only thing that may be hard to
understand is how it can offer the
ride it does, along with so many
other luxury-car virtues, and still
compete in the low-price field.
We use the word compete only in
the sense of price. For with a ride
as special as Chevy's, real com
petitors are hard to come by.
There's a world of difference be
tween Chevrolet’s coil springs at all
four wheels and the leaf springs
that most other cars still use. Take
a Chevy down a snaky back road
and you’ll feel the difference in the
sure way it holds through curves
and shoots over rough spots with
hardly a ripple.
This one’s really r
made to travel
and loves every
minute of it. ____
Stop by your local authorized Chevrolet dealer’s and sample Chevy’s road sense! _
WEATHERSBY CHEVROLET CO.
Phene 255 or 256 Lexington

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