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Holmes County herald. (Lexington, Miss.) 1959-current, January 18, 1962, Image 7

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Durant News
By Rowena Hill
DURANT LIONS CLUB |
The Durant Lions Club met
Thursday night at 7:30 at I
Tommie’s Cafe. Discussions On !
completing the swimming
pool was the main topic of the
bu mess session. They are go
ing to put a five foot fence
ai\ uiul tne pool and pour the
concrete decking as soon as
the v\eatner permits. Dona
tions for the club project are
stui being gratefully accept
ed.
WOMAN’S MISSIONARY
SOCIETY
The Woman’s Missionary
Society of Durant had an all
day meeting and a covered
dish dinner Monday. They are
studying the book, “Hands
Across The Sea.’”
Mr. and Mrs. Dale McBride
of Ole Miss were Durant visi
tors over the weekend.
Mrs. J. M. Howard, who un
derwent surgery at the Bap
tist Hospital in Jackson last
Tuesday, is reported to be do
ing nicely.
Mr. Roger Cain, Mr. Dodd
Cain and Mrs. Maude John
son motored to Kilgore, Texas
Saturday to attend their bro
ther’s funeral.
Mrs. C. E. Patton was a
Jackson visitor Monday.
Mrs. Ross Ramsey is a pat- ,
ient in the* local hospital.
Miss Linda Marlar was j
home visiting relatives over
the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brock
and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brock 1
were Greenwood visitors Mon
day.

Miss Becky Phillips was
home for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Phillips over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud McLel
lan and family went to Clin
ton Sunday to visit Mr. Me
Lellan’s parents.
Mr. W. R. Martin was a
Jackson visitor last Thursday.
Miss Flo Ingram was a Kos
ciusko visitor Saturday.
Mr. Max Ferguson is in the
Baptist Hospital in Memphis
where he underwent major
surgery. He has been in a
very serious condition but is
reported to be doing fine now.
Mrs. Clara Myers was a
Memphis visitor last Thurs
day and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. McCul.
lar went to Birmingham Tues
day to attend a Piggly Wiggly
stockholders meeting.
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TWENTIETH CENTURY
CLUB
The Twentieth Century Club
ol Durant had their regular
meeting Wednesday at 3
o’clock with Mrs. W. H. Mc
Kenzie, Jr. as hostess.
Mrs. W. N. Odom presided
over the business meeting at
which time contributions to
“Care” were made and Mrs.
Odom named the nominating
committee, Mrs. W. E. How
ell, Mrs. P. H. Winborn and
Mrs. Eugene Cole.
Mrs. Harry O’Cain gave the
meditation which was called
Landscaping. The roll call
was answered with current
events.
Tiie program was forum on
news and information of world
affairs moderated by Mrs. H.
C. McLellan with Mrs. Paul
Odom? Mrs. J. B. Snyder, Mrs.
S. H. Moss and Mrs. Fred
Winborn taking parts.
Bonnie and Bill McKenzie
pntprtairvpH thp umnn hv rvlav.
mg solos at the piano.
Following the program, the
group sang the song of the
month, “Old Folks At Home.”
Delicious refreshments were
served to the club members
and the following guests, Mrs.
Roy Smith, Mrs. Wiley Hum
phries, Mrs. L. A. Clements,
Mrs. W. E. Thomas and Mrs.
Ralph McGehee.
DURANT WOMAN’S CLUB
Mrs. W. A. Henley was hos
tess to the Woman’s Club at
Tommie’s Cafe Tuesday at 3
o’clock.
Mrs. Dan Wells, president,
presided oveh the blusiness
session at which time the re
port blanks were distributed
for annual reports.
The program on Interna
tional Affairs was led by Mrs.
Wells. An interesting paper
on United States-Latin Ameri
ca prior to 1940 was read by
Mrs. A. L. Stevens. Mrs. C.
A Doster gave a report on
Current United States-Latin
| American Relations.
| At the close of the program,
I itniesumems weie served to
the thirteen members present
i _
| DURANT OES TO MEET
The Durant Order of the
i Eastern Star will have their
regular meeting Monday night
at 7:30 at the Dodge Hall. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Herring are
the new Worthy Matron and
Worthy Patron and all mem
bers are urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shields
of Greenville were Sunday
night guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Pinkard.
Recent visitors in the W.
W. Waller home were Mr.
and Mrs. T. N. Waller of
Starkville. The Wallers’ son,
Billy, has returned to Jeffer
sonville, Indiana after a ten
day visit with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill King of
Jackson were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hen
ry.
★ TCHULA
NEWS
By Mrs. Wilson Kay
Tchula residents offer con
giaiuiauons to tne parents of
two Dames born in the Green
wood meiiore Hospital last
week: Mr. and Mrs. Ken Lau
derdale, Mrs. Lauderdale is
me iormer Kay Moss of Tchu.
iu, nave a new .daughter,
xvatnryn Denise^ who was bom
Wednesday, January 10, 1962.
me Lauuerdale’s home is
weob, Mississippi, where Mr.
Lauderdaie is Head coach of
West Tallahatchie H. S. Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Byrd (Mrs.
Byrd is the former Betty Pet
tus), are tne proud parents of
a riauenter who was horn
January 11, 1982, at the Green
wood Leflore Hospital. Named
Betty Janece, she weighed 7
los.? 9£ oz. at birth. The Byrds
nome is jaekson.
Mrs. Claude Lee Bridgers
entertained the Thornton
Home Demonstration Club in
her home for the last meeting
held in 1981. There were eigm
members present to enjoy the
fun and fellowship of the
Christmas Party.
The W. S. C. S. of the Me
thodist Church met Monday
afternoon at the Church for
the first study in the book,
“The Meaning of Suffering,”
with Mrs. Janie Ray giving
the lesson.
Our community extends
sympathy to the family of Mr.
Malcolm Garnett, a long-time
resident of Holmes County
but who had made his home
at Yazoo City recently 5 whose
death occured Sunday at the
Golden Age Nursing Home
where he had been a patient
for Hie past few months. The
funeral was conducted at Ore
iron Memorial Church Mnndav
j afternoon with Rev. Roy Rad
: din in charge, assisted by Rev.
Wilson Ray.
Rev. Wilson Ray attended
the Town and Country Insti
tute at Mississippi State Uni.
versity from Monday through
Wednesday, January 8-10;
the institute is sponsored by
the Mississippi Christian Com
munity Fellowship and Missis
sippi Agricultural Extension
Service. The theme: “Being
Christian in my Vocation” was
followed with Dr. H. Clayton
Waddell, Professor of Social
Ethics, New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary ^ New
Orleans, giving very interest
ing and inspiring instruction.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Bennett
were in Jackson Sunday af
ternoon on business.
Legal Notices
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
COMMISSIONERS OF SALE
OF LAND
By virtue of the provisions
of a decree of the Chancery
Court of Holmes County, Mis
sissippi, rendered on the 16th
day of January, 1962, in Cause
stvled Emmett Kyzer, et als
VS. James Lee Goodroe, et
al and numbered 10234 on
the General Docket of said
Court, the undersigned as
Special Commissioner of said
court in said cause will on
Monday the 12th day of Feb
ruary, 1962, within legal hours
on said day, at the south front
door of the County Courthouse
of Holmes County, Mississippi,
in the City of Lexington, Hol
mes County, Mississippi, offer
for sale and sell at public out
cry to the highest bidder for
cash the following described
tract of land situated in Hol
mes County, Mississippi, to
wit:
Ei of NEi of Section 25 and
14.78 acres off the South End
of Ei of SEi of Section 26 all
in Township 16, Range 4 East.
The above described pro
perty will be sold for the pur
pose of partitioning among
the owners thereof the pro
ceeds of such sale in accor
dance with said decree, and
the title is believed to be
good, but I will convey only
such title as is vested in me
as Special Commissioner.
This the 16th day of Jan
uary, 1962.
Parham H. Williams,
Special Commissioner
Jan. 18, 25, Feb. 1, 8.
Want Ads
WANTED:
To rent or lease, small
place. House not necessary.
Cash rent in advance. R. R.
Brown, Route 4, Lexington,
Phone 294.
52 - 3tnp
u Iiw II. nr Mil ■■ iti—im ■ mmrnmmmr- . ^
Last Week’s Winner In \
t Brown’s Dept. Store’s ’
"Money - Back"
Contest
Was
Nellie E. Wade
Rt. 2, Durant
This Week’s Winner
Could Be You!
i
So Shop Now, nnd Save
At
BROWN'S
DEPT. STORE
Lexington
_
AUCTION
LEXINGTON SALES CO.
LEXINGTON. MISS.
Wednesday, Jatiuey 24-1 o’clock P. M.
In Addition To Our Regular Run We Will Sell The Entire Herd
Of Registered Angus Cattle Owned By Herbert Hyman That
Consists Of:
* 68 COWS
* 35 CALVES
* 27 HEIFERS
* 30 BULLS
If In Need Of Good Registered Cows This Will Be The Time
And Place To Buy Them At Commercial Prices.
Come Be With Us As A Buyer Or Spectator.
1959 CHEVROLET BEL AIR,
Powerglide, Four-Door, Sports Sedan, Air-Condition
ed, One Owner Car
1959 CHEVROLET BEL AIR,
Four-Door, Six Cylinaer, Standard Transmission,
City Driven Car By One Owner /
1959 CHEVROLET & EL AIR,
Four-Door, V-8, Powerglide Transmission, Factory
Air, Nice Clean Car
1955 CHEVROLET,
4-Door, 6-Cylinder, Powerglide, Good Driving Car
1955 FORD FAIRLANE,
2-Door, V-8, Standard Transmission, New Tires,
Car In Good Shape
1957 CHEVROLET, ONE - HALF TON PICK-UP
Above Average City driven Truck.
1957 FORD, ONE - HALF TON PICK-UP
Reconditioned And Ready To Work.
Several Other Lower Priced Cars And Trucks
A. B. Clements Chev/elet Os.
DURANT PHONE 219
DURANT'S COMPLETE
SHOPPING CENTER
Plenty Of FREE Parking
WE DELIVER
Phone 360 or 361
600 South Jackson Street
Just Below Talon, Inc.
SPECIALS GOOD
JANUARY 18, 19, 20
★ BUSH'S BEST CAN VEGETABLE SALE
TURNIP GREENS I! KIDNEY BEANS_
great ~ i YELLOWEYE BEANS
NORTHERN BEANS_1J your choice
SPAGHETTI WITH " m ** AA
TOMATO SAUCE "111 fane VI OP
AND CHEESE _■; ||J *-a S $jL%]nj!
BABY SHUG - FRESH
BLACKEYED PEAS 4 cans 49c
BABY SHUG - CUT
GREEN BEANS 4 cans 49c
SWIFT’S PREMIUM LARGE JAR
HOT TAMALES 4 Jars $1.00
SOLID POUND
0 L E 0 6 Lbs 89c
EVERSWEET - SLICED
BACON Tray Pack LB. 49C
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PURE LEAN FRESH
Ground Beef 3 lbs $1.00
CHICKEN JK Fryers, Whole *50
LEGS LB. Cut Up Lb. 33c 4/C
SWIFT’S PREMIUM
ALL MEAT BOLOGNA lb. 39c
★ Swift's Premium or Proten BEEF ★
STEAK ROUND T-BONE . __
CLUB or SIRLOIN LB. 7 7C
ARM ROAST - * LB. 59c
CHUCK ROAST LB. 49c
KRAFT
MAYONNAISE QT. 59c

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