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Instr,, Sup., Tchula, 24.02; Tchula Water Dept., Water, Tchula, 6.18; Rochester Ger micide, Jan. Sup., Pickens, Tchula, 104.36; Fred W. Scar borough, Rep., Pickens, 210.00; J. H. Oliver and Co., Rep., Pickens, 86.59; T. N. Touchstone, Jr., Arch., Fee, Plans, Specifications, Tchula, 412.00; Fuller Printing and. Ofc. Sup., Ofc. Exp., Lexing ton, 25.35; Southern Bell Tel. Co., Tel., Lexington, 23.70; Hosea Grisham, Repair Bldg., Lexington, 147.50; Weathersby Chevrolet, Repair Equip., Lex ington, 22.80; Turfaid, Inc., Rep. Equip., Lexington, .20; Simpson, Stepp and Lott, Rep. Bldg., Lexington, 69.64; Lex ington Hardtware Co., Rep. Equip., Lexington, 106.99; Holloman Machine and Sup., Rep. Grounds, Lexington, 7.50; Super Service Station, Jan. Sup., Lexington, 22.95; Thurmond’s, Rep. Equip., Lexington, 5.40; Miss. School Supply Co., Various Supplies, Lexington, 1,329.07; Champion Knitwear, Athletic Exp., Lex ington, 41.30; Century Sports, Inc., Athletic Exp., Lexington, 95.40; Hale and Jones, Athle tic Exp., Lexington, 174.84; Smith’s Music Store, Elem. Instr., Lexington, 5.09; South ern Bell Tel. Co., Tel., West, 3.89; W. R. Henry, Rep. Bldg., Durant, 175.00; I. W. Nabors, Rep. Bldg., Durant, 73.50; R. E. Irby, Rep. Bldg., Durant, 93.03; Jackson Glass and Mir ror Co., Rep. Bldg., Durant, 114.98; Amoco Service Station and Tire Co., Rep. Eq., Dur ant, 2.20; Waller’s Hardware Co., Rep. Equip., Durant, 3.16; Southern Bell Tel. Co./ Tel., Durant, 8.95; T. N. Touch stone, Jr., Arch., Plans, Spec., New Roof, Goodman, 217.80; Nathan E. Daniels, 2nd and Final Pay’t, Goodman, 363.00; Field Enterprises, Elem. Libr. West, 117.99; Miss. School Sup ply Co., Elem. Instr., West, 12.85; Miss. Power and Light Co., Elec., West, 1059; John Plain and Co., Elem. Ath. Exp., Pickens, 23.51; Hale and Jones, Ath. Exp., Tchula, 236.10; Martin School Equip. Co., Elem. Instr., Tchula, 22.00; Miss. School Sup. Co., Elem. Sup., Tchula, 67.79; Miss. School Supply Co., Var ious Suppies, Lexington. 261.63; Lustra Corp. of Ameri ca, Jan. Sup., Lexington, 168.80; Harcourt, Brace and World., HS Instr., Lexington, 5.80; W. B. Saunders Co., HS Instr., Lexington, 3.85; Ency clopedia Britannica, HS Instr., FOOD FOR SURVIVAL is cut into crackers as it moves along a production line at a huge bakery in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1962, the Department of Defense is buying about 150 million pounds of these concentrated, long-life tinned crack ers for storage in community fallout shelters across the nation. This first large order can provide an austerity ration for 30 million shelter occupants in a nuclear emergency. (U.S. Army Photo) Lexington, 1.10; Georgia Book Depository, Elem Instr., Wtst, 21.84; Ripon Microslides, HS Instr. Sup., Lexington, 113.10; Cambosco Scientific Co., Inc., HS Instr. Sup., Lexington, 133.47; Reinhold Publishing Co., HS Instr., Lexington, 10.84; The C. V. Moseley Co., HS Instr. Sup., Lexington, 23.08; Turfaid, Inc., Rep. Eq., Lexington, 8.23; Miss. School Supply Co., Ath. Exp., Lex ington, 24.33; Southern Assn, of Sec. Sch., Elem. Fee, Lex ington, 14.50; Miss. Surplus Property Comm., HS Instr. Sup., 20.19; J. C. Bowen, Jan. Sup., West, .50'; Hand’s Store, Rep. Eqiup., West, 4.90; f! D. Fultz, Rep. Equip., West, 1.50; Robert Lacey, Jan. Exp., Pickens, 60.00; Rochester Germicide Co., Jan. Exp., Goodman, 113.75; Wright Music Co., Band Exp., Lex ington, 10.77; Willie Earl Young, Rep. Equip., Lexing- ! ton, 71.25; Miss. School Sup- ' ply Co., Various Exp., Tchula, Lexington, 86.28; Burrell’s ( Service Station, Jan. Supplies, * West, 1.00; Ellis Gen. Mdse. Store, Jan. Supplies, West, .20; 1 Miss. Surplus Property Proc., ^ HS Instr. Sup., Durant, 9.00; < Union Typewriter Co., Rep. 1 Eq., Dur., Tchula, Lex., ( 499.18; James Tucker, Rep. Bldg., West, 10.00; W. B. Os walt, Travel, Durant, 40.56; L G. Williams, Voc. Travel, Durant Negro, 41.30; T. B. Brigman, Vocational Travel, Tchula N., 47.18; L. A. Wil liams, Voc. Travel, Tchula Negro, 41.72; Lexington Hard ware Co., Rep. Eq., Lexington, 20.51; City of Lexington, Wa ter Dept., Water, Lexington, 98.60; Miss. School Supply Co., Elem. Instr. Sup., Tchula, 192.76; Be von Floor Sweep Co., Jan. Sup., Tchula, 20.00; Tchula Hardware Co., Replc., Tchula, 44.20; J. W. Hender son, Repair, Tchula, 3.50; Cion Service Station, Jan. Sup. Tchula, 19.25; Simpson, Stepp and Lott, Rep. Eq., Tchula, 16.65; Standard Welders Sup ply, HS Instr., Tchula, 6.00; Union Gas Co., Gas, Tchula, 15.91; Baptist Book Store, HS -dbr., Tchula, 60.86; Miss. School Supply Co., Jan. Sup., rchula, 120.85. ORDERED this 4th day of September, 1962. There being no further busi ness to come before this Board, it is hereby adjourn 'd until the next regular meet ng unless sooner specially ■onvened. L. R. Thompson, Pickens News 1 By Mrs. T. K. Daniel The program and social meeting of the Woman's So ciety of Christian Service met in the home of Mrs. Shelby Executive Secretary, Board of Education, Holmes County, Mississip pi. W. B. Kenna, President Board of Education, ’ Holmes County, Mississip pi. ~ __ Park - at 2:30 Monday after noon with Mrs. Jed Pepper co-nosiess. The president, Mrs. S. D. Simpson, presided over the meeting. Mrs. J. D. McKie was program leader. Topic of the program was “Around the Rim of East As ia.” Mrs. B. R. Maxwell gave talks on Korea and Hong Kong. At the close of the meet ing the hostess served deli cious refreshments. Rev. H. L. Beasley, our district superintendent, was guest speaker at the Metho dist Church Monday morning. Mrs. Beasley was also present. Wallace Worthey, Jr., left Monday morning for Delta State College where he has enrolled for the coming year. Mrs. C. H. Ingram went to Atlanta, Georgia Tuesday for a visit with her son and fami ly, Colonel Lowery Ingram, From there Mrs. Ingram wili go visit her daughter, Mrs. Una Caviness and family in Florida. It’s Ginning Time Yes, It's Ginning Time And We Are Ready To Give You Our Usual Fast, Dependable Service. And We Really Appreciate Your Patronage. West Gin Co. West, Miss. SAND AND GRAVEL # Concrete Gravel # Concrete Sand # Mason Sand 0 Clay Gravel HAMMETT GRAVEL CO. Durant Road — Lexington Phone 700 i 11 1 BANKING IS A HELPFUL BUSINESS The business of banking is to help other businesses - and individuals - achieve worthwhile objectives. To a business, this may mean the financing of re cievables, a loan for mate rials or equipment, even a bank administered pension plan. 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