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By Mrs. Henry Webster Friends are sorry that Mr. Herman (Buck) Marshall is in the Veteran’s Hospital in Jackson. We wish him a speedy recovery. Larry Abies came home from the Navy on a 16 day furlough from the Great Lak es. He will report to Norfork, Va. and will start a trip around the world. Rev. and Mrs. Autry Fer rell and family of Carey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ferrell and. Lorris. Visiting with Mr. Leslie Smith Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith and daugh ter of Greenwood and Mrs. Leslie Delle Cobb and child ren of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Abies of Yazoo City and Mr. and Mrs. Crawley of Lucedale vi sited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilmore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Graves and family visited Mr. Grave’s sister, Mrs. Lucas at Coila Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spen cer visited their son, Edward Spencer and family in Green ville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Myrick of Gulfport, Mr. and Mrs. Durward Smith and girls, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Newman and children spent Sunday in Jack son with Mr. and Mrs. Ver non Killebrew and family. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Mobley of Yazoo City, their daughter, Mrs. Mary Williams and child ren of Bentonia spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ro gers and family. Rev. and Mrs. Donny Clark and Miss Jane Jones were din ner guests of Mrs. Dooley and Mrs. Roach of Lexington Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Kille brew and family of Durant spent Sunday with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Killebrew. Afternoon visitors in the H. O. Pettus home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Sanders Rich mond and boys, Mr. Soloman Nicholas, Mr. J. T. Hester, Tina, Mr. and Mrs. H. n! Robertson and Nicky. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and Walterine spent the week end in St. Bernard, La. with Mrs. Albert Gonzales and fa mily. Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Spell and Jimmy spent Sunday with relatives in Jackson. Mr. Sam Hearn and David Chisolm went to Jackson Mon day to take their physicial ex mination for the Army. Rev. Jimmy Jackson spent Saturday and Sunday nights in the D. H. Webster home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Abies and Martha Jo visited Mr. and Mrs. Riley Ainsworth in Vicksburg Sunday. They visit ed the little Ainsworth baby who is in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hester and Tina, Mr. and Mrs. Solo man Nicholas from Yazoo City spent Sunday with Mrs. Ten tierlee Pettus. Mrs. Lula Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Edwards attended :hurch at Oak Grove Sunday and then spent the rest of VOTE NO! For Lexington City Sales Tax Paid Political Advertisement REASONS FOR HAVING A CHECKING ACCOUNT Convenience? Sure! Proof of payment? The lest! But these are just the beginning ... Think how helpful cancelled checks can be at income tax time. Not only in proving expend itures, but also as reminders of money-saving deductions you might otherwise overlook. Budgets stay healthier, too, when you pay by check. \ ou always know exactly where your money goes. You catch overspending fast. Finally, a checking account adds favorably to the impression others have of you. It says in stantly that you’re a businesslike person. Why not stop in and start your checking ac count with us today. It takes only a few minutes. First National Bank Of Lexington — the day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilmore. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Robert son and Nickey and Mrs. H. O. Pettus were dinner guests of Mrs. E. H. Robertson Sun day. Mrs. Winzil Dickard and Linda Dickard carried Mr. Al bert Dickard to the Veteran’s Hospital Monday. Sorry that Mrs. Biddle Ho cutt had to go to the Lexing ton Hospital Saturday. Friends wish for her a spOedy recove ry. Mr. and Mrs. George Cum mings and family from Yazoo City visited with Mrs. Alberta Winstead Saturday. Rev. Jimmy Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. David Meeks and boys were dinner guests in the Oscar Rogers home Sunday. Mrs. H. O. Pettus made a business trip to Yazoo City Saturday. Mr. Byrd Abies and D. H. Webster visited in Carthage Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Purvis and children visited in Ben tonia Sunday with Mrs. Pur vis’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. O^bie Lee KiHebrew anld family spent Sunday in Horseshoe with Mr. and Mrs. James Killebrew. ★ Ebenezer NEWS By Mrs. T. E. Haffey Buster White jj^ Feted Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn White honored their son, Buster, with a surprise birthday party on the lawn of their home Saturday afternoon, celebrat ing his ninth birthday. A lovely birthday cake top ped with nine birthday candles and traditional inscription was the center of attraction. After an afternoon of playing football and baseball, the boys were served birthday cake, ice cream and punch. Tommy Haffey was among those enjoying the hayride and cook out Saturday even ing in Lexington. Grace and Jim Atkinson of Pickens were weekend guests of their cousins, Marvin and Nolan O’Reilly. Our sincere sympathy is extended to members of the Humphrey and O’ReiUy fami lies in the loss of their sister and aunt, Miss Rachel O’Reil ly of Midway, who passed away last week. Burial was in the O’Reilly Cemetery Thursday afternoon. oi Miss iUIizabeth Henrich of Lexington will be sorry to learn that she is ill in the Holmes County Com munity Hospital. Miss Henrich has a lot of friends in this area who wish for her a speedy recovery and who hope to see her at her post in the Henrich Drug Store in the near future. Miss Melinda Sample dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs.’ Sam Sample, was a blue ribbon ribbon winner in the 4-H At tainment in Lexington Satur. day. Melinda was lovely, mo deling a white crisp two-piece outfit with hat to match whict she made herself. Misses Mary and Nora Tho mas, also Miss Lynda Upshaw accompanied Mrs. MyrtiP Burkhardt of Lexington to Jackson Sunday. The group enjoyed an oyster dinner and a sightseeing trip ar0Und the city. The many friends of Mrs A. J. Henry will be sorry to earn that she has been on he sick list. Among those visiting her over the weekend included Mr. and Mrs. John Pnvett of Jackson and Mr and Mrs. Baxter Thompson and family of Forest. Mrs. B. W. Humphrey, Jr. and daughters, Carol and El aine spent Saturday In Jack son, guests of the Yandel Widemans. Ann Jackson Reports Durant School News Tne annual junwr - oenior banquet was held on Friday evening in the school cafete ria.. Since a fairy theme was used, the cafeteria took on the appearance of a veritable fairyland as did the gymna sium for the dance which fol lowed. Characters who appear ed on the program were the Terrific Troll, Sparkling Spri te, Grim Goblin, Noble Fairy, Enchanting Elves, Fantastic Fairies, Colorful Characters, Nixes and Pixies. The mem bers of the Junior Class and Mrs. Maxie Burrell, class sponsor, wish to thank every one who made this a memo, rable occasion. Mrs. Rose Binegar and the members of the sextet, Linda Grace, Jo Browning, Pattie Nabors, Beverly Blanton, Roy ce Ann Smith, and Jane Cox went to State College on Sat urday. Our groups were rated “Excellent.” The members of the Glee Club will go to State College on Friday for the an nual festival. Members of the H. A. who attended the conference at Madden on Saturday were Becky Derrick, Mary Lou Horn, Nancy Guion, Doris Rig by and Ann Jackson. Mrs. Jack Hague, sponsor, accom panied the group. “The Five Major Factors Which influence Teen-Agers” was the subject of a panel dis cussion which was held in the regular F. H. A. meeting on Friday morning. Mr. Frajik Branch, President of Holmes Jiunior College; Rev. 3|hoe maker, Presbyterian pastor; and Mr. N. C. Hathorn ap peared on the panel which was moderated by Ann Jackson. Durant School News By Linda Gelston The West Parent Teacher Association held the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. C. Bo. wen, vice-president, presiding. Mrs. McCreary’s room won the attendance prize. Mrs. E. E. Tate reported for the play ground committee. The children in Mrs. Mc Creary’s room presented the program. Several songs were sung and the Ten Command ments were recited. A good posture playlet was presented with the following pupils tak ing part: Betty Weeks, Patri cia Edwards, Ross ’ Kyzer, Dave Burrell, Paul McCreary. Windy Cade, Mike Rigby, Mar gie Ellis, Patricia Goss, Sue Edward s^ Dianne Peninger, Aletha Maddox. Mrs. Fred Hand dismissed the meeting with prayer. The same program was presented in chapel on Friday morning. Mrs. Earnest Inman return ed home Monday ngiht after a thjee week trip to Chicago and Pennsylvania where she was visiting relatives. 3 to 6 hp engines. ... 20" to 26" cutting widths; YAZOO POWER—no job too rough, too tough! Big Wheel PERFORMANCE — easy handling, maneu verability! DURABLE CONSTRUCTION - guar antees long years of trouble-free operation! 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