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HOLMES COUNTY LLUbS, PEkSONALS, PARTIES S Mrs. W. L. Hooker - Phone 614 -— Thursday Night Bridge Club Meets Mrs. C. O. Powell was hos tess to the members of hei Thursday night bridge club, and two guest players, Mrs, \Y. P. McWilliams and Mrs W. O. Thompson. Mrs. Allen Ramsey was the high score winner, Mrs. Mc Williams second high wim Mrs. Tom Shepherd and Mrs. Emily Lucas winning at bin go. Creamed turkey, a salad and tea were enjoyed during the social hour. Mrs. Holder Hosts Friday Bridge Club Mrs. A. B. Holder entertain ed with three tables of bridge Friday afternoon. Guests en joying this event were Mrs. Wallace Johnson, Mrs. Joe Stern, Mrs. Mike Stark, Mrs. Guy Slack and Mrs. David Slack. Mrs. Hamimett was high score winner, Mrs. Johnson second high with Mrs. Hughes winning at bingo. During the games the hos tess served potato chips and Cokes, and at the conclusion^ cane and coffee. Minnesota Visitors Mrs. Frederick C. Fowler, Jr. of Duluth, Minnesota is a guest this week in the home of her son, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Fowler, III and is making acquaintance of her grand child, Elizabeth Ann Fowler. Dr. F. C. Fowler, Jr., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Duluth, will join tiie family this weekend. Legal Notices NOTICE TO MACHINERY. DEALERS By virtue of the authority directed to me by the Board of Supervisors of Holmes L 'Uiity, notice is hereby given that the said Board will re ceive sealed bids until 11:00 o clock A. M. on Monday, February 5, 1062, for the sale to Holmes County for the use and benefit of District No. Two of the following equip ment : One Motor Grader, 115 H. P., equipped with oil clutch, mechanical controls, cab, hy draulic moldboard shift, direct electric starting, 1400 x 24 tires front and rear, and hy draulic steering booster. The right is reserved to re ject any or all bids. Witness my signature this January 6, 1962. Parham H. Williams, Clerk of the Board. Jan. 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1, 1962. Jackson A7isitors Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis, Jr. were Jackson visitors Sat urday. Mrs. Nichols Hostess To Club The Wednesday afternoor ! bridge club held its regulai meeting in the home of Mrs H. L. Nichols, Jr. at Tchula Playing with tne memoeio were Mrs. J. L». Shields, Mrs, Wilburn Hooker and Mrs. A. ' L. Gibson. Mrs. Gibson won high score, Mrs. Hooker second high, and : Mrs. Sidney Henley won the j consolation prize. The hostess served rasp berry custard, fruit cake, toasted nuts and coffee at the close of the games. Visits Sister Mrs. George Doyle is spend ing a week with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ramsey. Will Attend Ballet Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lail will attend the Opera-Ballet in Jackson Monday Visitors In The Barrett Home Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Stephens of Houlka arrived Monday to spend several days with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Barrett. Patient In Hospital I Friends of Mrs. May Rus 1 sell will be sorry to learn she is a patient in the Lexington Hospital. In Hospital Friends of Mrs Herman Flowers will be sorry to hear that her mother^ Mrs. Ben Lammennsdorf of Shaw is a patient in the Greenville Hos pital. Classified Exceptional Opportunity Reliable man or woman full or part time, to service route of automatic vending mach ines. No selling or soliciting. $945 to $1890 cash required. Route established locally for operator. Please don’t waste our time unless you have the necessary capital. If fully qualified an^ able to take over j at once? write briefly about your background and include phone number for personal interview. PAIv DISTRIBUTING CO., 4150 Central Ave. N. E., Min neapolis 21^ Minnesota. FOR SALE: Three bedroom brick house located at 500 North Lexington Street in Durant. Can be sold at appraisal price. Contact Harry Bell, phone 349. 51 . 4tnp Have Your Printing Done At The Herald To The Qualified Electors Of District No. 2, Holmes County, Mississippi I have qualified as a candidate to fill the unexpired term of the office of Justice of the Peace of District No. 2, created by the recent death of the late and respected Judge Ed B. Guess. I am 55 years of age, married, and have one son living. I was born and raised in neighboring Attala County, have lived all my life in this area, and made my home in Durant for the past 17 years. For some 16 years I was employed as a warden and supervisor for the State Game & Fish Commis sion, and in this work I had considerable contact and experience with the office of Justice of the Peace and with law enforcement. I feel I am well qualified, experienced, and seasoned for the job. I believe in law enforcement and in fairness, and, if elected. I pledge myself to act justly and fairly in every case that comes before me. I earnestly solicit the vote and influence of each and every qualified elector of District No. 2 in the special election for the office of Justice of the Peace to be held on February 27, 1962. Respectfully submitted, L. R. (Roger) Cain Jackson Visitor Mr. L. H. Paris was a Jack son visitor on Tuesday. Visit In Cleveland Mr. L B. Gilliland and Miss Renee Gilliland were visitors in Cleveland Sunday. Jackson Visitor Ed Wilburn Hooker was a Jackson visitor for the week end. Visits In Lambert Miss Mary Steele who has been a patient at the Commu nity Hospital is recuperating at the home of her niece, Mrs. Lowery Steele in Lambert. Leaves For Market Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Co hen and Mr. Herman Flowers left Tuesday for Memphis where they will attend the summer merchandise market. Returns Home Col. and Mrs. Brady Cole and family have returned to their home in Cleveland after spending the holidays with Mrs. Cole’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore. Improving From Illness j Friends of Mrs. Flora Herr | man will be giad to know that 1 she is improving after being ' ill with the flu. Visits University Hospital Mrs. P. P. Lindholm, Mrs. Myron Dillon, Mrs. Crawford Lever and Mrs. Mary Sue Mclnnis visited Bobby Cau then at the* University Hos pital in Jackson Sunday. Sunday Visitors Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rich ardson of Itta Beiia visited their many friends here Sun day. Weekend Guests Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Ginn had as their guests for the weekend, his brother and fa mily, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Her ring and children^ Lute, Don, and Bill of Canton. V isit In Clarksdale Mr. and Mrs. Tanddy Stepp and Susan visited with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Goss in Clarksdale Sunday. 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