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In And Around_
DURANT
By Kowena Hill
Mrs. Humphries Is Hostess
To Woman’s Club
On Tuesday, November 27,
the Woman’s Club met in the
no me of Mrs. Wiley Humph
ries with 18 members pre
sent.
A letter was received from
the Southeastern Field Direct
or of CAKE thanking the club
for contributions. Also Thank.
You notes were received from
Mrs. Herbert Hester, Finance
Director of Y. W. C. A. for
a $200.00 contributions the
club collected from members
and interested citizens of the
city for the Y-Teens; Mrs. Gil
foy^ Board member of the
Old Ladies Home for contri
butions made to the home, and
a note from the rirst Grade
thanking the club for the
books given to them in ob
servance of Children’s Book
Week, November 11-17.
The club wall send a liberal
gift to Ellisville for Christmas,
the International Scholarship
Fund and the International
Club Dues Fund.
Mrs. H. J. Montgomery,
Fdne Arts Chairman announ
ced the Christmas lights must
be turned on from December
18 to Dec. 25 the hours from
6 to 9.
Mrs. Roy Smith, president,
introduced the two senior girls
the club honors each meeting.
They were Misses Jo Brown
ing and Lynn Alexander.
Mrs. J. E. Sweaney was the
leader of the program on In
ternational Affairs. Miss Jo
Browning sang a Mexican
Folk Song, “La Cucaracha,”
and “At the Gate of Heaven’*
by A. Armedariz, wdth Mrs.
Billy Binegar at the piano. An
eye view of Mexico wras given
by Mrs. A. A. Derrick, Jr.
with slides to illustrate beauti- '
ful scenes. Mexico in Motion 1
w'as given by Mrs. W. P. Tay
lor.
me hostess served a deh
i_.ous saiau plate and spiceu .
.m to eiuo rueni<otvo, asaocia- J
ic memoer Mrs. 'f. a. humpti
*ies} and the lodowmg guests,
..xesdames Durreil Manam- .
.on, Foster McOuiiar, W. H. i
mcKenzie, Jr., Mrs. Burling- -
„me of Buffalo, N. Y., Louie
elements, Charles Knott, Ral- I
McGehee, Ray Dorsett, E. 1
C. Howard and Misses Brown- i
mg and Alexander. 1
_ (
<
twentieth Century Meets
.tith Mrs. Odom
The Twentieth Century Club
met in the lovely home of Mrs.
T alter Odom on Castalian
boulevard Wednesday, No
vember 28 at 3 o’clock.
The meeting opened with
the president, Mrs. H. C.
Me Leila n giving reading on
Prayer closing with the
.mrd’s’ Prayer said in Uni
son. Mrs. McLellan then pre
sided over the business. At
mis time all the plans were
made for the Christmas Acti
vities.
Mrs. Fred Waldron was the
vader of the program on
•Education.”
A very inspiring meditation
was given by Mrs. H. A. Cle
ments on “The. Art of Read
ing,” from the book, “The Art
of Living.”
Roll call was answered n.y j
members with “My Favorite ,
Art." ,
The G. F. W. C. news report j
was given by Mrs. Fred Wal- .
dron. Mrs. Waldron also gave
the hymn of the month “Now
Thank We All Our God,” by
Martin ReinKart.
Martin ReinKert.
Presenting a duet, “Barch
etta” by Ethelbert Nevin were
Misses Mary Lou Read and
Judy Englemann. The num
ber has been selected as the
State Festival number for
sophomores.
Mrs. J. L. Longinotti gra
ciosuly presented a very in
teresting book review, “Plea
sure by the Busload,” by Emi
ly Kimvrew, covering the
Tour through Portugal.
A very instructive and in
formative talk on E. S. O. and
Continuing Education was giv
en by Miss Georgia McIntyre.
During the social hour the
hostess served a delicious sa
iuu picue to ine members am
gUeoia, ..ulaSeo j.\xui.y uuu iv>.u.
aim jUuy Aiigiemaim; xvirs
r . Ai. ijUX'iliifeUiiiC, DdliaK
in. i. Airs, itaipa Mcueuet
Airs. L. a. Ciemeuts, Airs. £>
C. iiuwdiu, Airs. a. K. was
son^ and iVrvs. Jewel Knignt
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wilson
attended a Gospel Singing it
Yazoo City Saturday night anu
visited Rev. Tommy Lovin,
who was a patient at the
King’s Daughtrs Hospital in
Yazoo City.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dale oi
West Point visited Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Oakes over the
weekend.
Sympathy is extended to
Mrs. Ray Campbell in the
loss of her mother, who died
last Thursday in Louisiana.
Mrs. Lee Howell and Mrs.
Bennie Killebrew shopped in
Kosciusko Monday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Aldridge and
Mrs. Effie McCrory were Can
ton visiters last Monday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Shackle
of Winona visited Mr. and
Mrs. C. V. Wilson and family
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ode Burrell
were Sunday night guests of
Mrs. Carrie Crowder and
boys.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest In
man visited Mr. and Mrs. Bil
ly Brock in Natchez Thurs
day.
Mrs. G. C. Cooper of Winona
visited in the H. E. Cooper
home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Young Gunter and children of
Jackson visited relatives in
Durant over the weekend.
Mrs. Joe W. Hughes of
Jackson spent Sunday night
in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Durham.
I/L Polly Phillips is home
for a few weeks visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Phillips, after a year’s active
duty in Morroco with the U.
S Air Force. From here, Miss
Phillips will go to Wiesbaden,
Germany for 3 years.
Mrs. Louise Durham return
ed home Saturday night after
a 10 day stay at the Winter i
National Bridge Tournament
in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mr. Charles P. Durham and
son, Charles II attended the
Miss. State - Ole Miss ball -
game in Oxford Saturday.
Little Barry Howell visited
nis grandparents in Ponotoc
for a few days last week.
Mr. George McLellan and
son, Dude were visitors in the
Bud McLellan home last Tues
day.
Goodman was represented
at tlie Goldwater Testimonial,
dinner at the Heidelberg Ho
el in Jackson last Thursday
light by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
3rum,by. They spent 2 days
shopping in the Capital City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. U Albin,
Jr. visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Albin Sr. in Good
man over the weekend.
ATTEND CHURCH
EACH SUNDAY
Christmas Decorations
Christmas Trees — Holley
Cedar Trees: Sprayed
Stands also available
Bunches of
Holley, Cedar, Pines
an
Julian Watson - 274-W3
or
_Wyche Hooker -115
' ¥ 5 * ■'
4-H WINNER - Mary Helen
Gillespie, of Smithville, Monroe
County, was the winner of a
trip to the 1962 4-H Congress
in Chicago for her outstanding
record in the field of safety.
Her trip was sponsored by
United Gas as one phase of its
4-H Junior Leadership pro
gram. Miss Gillespie is a stu
dent at Mississippi State Col
lege for Women in Columbus.
★ West
By Mrs. A. C. Autry
Buddy Brock, Cade Bicker
and John Arnold attended the
Ole Miss - Miss. State football
game in Hemingway Stadium
Saturday.
The Rev. and Mrs. Paul
ihggason, Marjorie Self and
Billie Bowie were in Louisville
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mont
gomery are visiting in Cali
fornia.
Mr. L. B. Tucker, Sr. and
Mrs. Mable Bryant were visit
ors in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Howard of Caromac
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Autry
and Miss Lena Browning visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brown
ing of Goodman Sunday after
noon.
Mr. Phillip Browning of
Jackson and Donnie of Miss.
State were weekend guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. R. Browning and Carolyn.
Mrs. Claude Jennings of
Kosciusko, witn her parents,
wir. ami Mrs. J. C. McCrory,
attended to business in JacK
son Wednesday.
Miss Mary Browing re
turned home in Jackson Wed
nesday after spending the
week with relatives in West.
Mr. Buddy Black and fami
ly with Mrs. James Black of
Jackson were Sunday guests
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Black.
Mr. G. D. Thornton trans
acted business in Grenada
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Alex
ander and children of El Do
rado, Ark. visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Alexander last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Smith in Mobile last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Autry
were in Lexington Wednes
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer For
nen and daughter of Colum
bus spent from Friday until]
Sunday with their aunt, Mrs.
Bea Nabors.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Brock
and children of Columhut
vvere Fi'uday and Saturday
guests of his family, the W.
D. Brocks.
Mrs. Maggie Bridgers and
Mrs. Lester of Ethel were
guests of Mrs. R. 0. McCreary
Wednesday. Another guest in
the McCreary home recently
was Mr. Lewis Holmes 01
Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Miller oi
Hammond^ New Jersey were
visitors of their parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Alexander las*
week.
Mrs. Harold Gelston, Mr
Leon Aldridge and Mrs. Boyc
Holmes attended funeral ser
vices of Mr. Lawrence Parkin
son at Floyd Furgerson Fune
ral Home in Greenwood Fri
day. _
This Space Was
Cleaned By Sunshine
Cleaners
I
- When Clothes Are Dirty,
Call Two-Thirty
SUNSHINE
CLEANERS
LEXINGTON, MISS.
WANT AD
INFORMATION
DEADLINE
5 p. m. Tuesday preceeding
publication.
RATES
25c per line per insertion.
20c per line per insertion
for cash in advance.
DISPLAY CLASSIFIED
$1.00 per column inch per
insertion.
CARD OF THANKS
Memorials, notices,
resolutions, readers, etc.:
50 words or less $1.00 per
insertion; 4c per word for all
over 50.
MINIMUM CHARGE
Want Ad Page: $1.00.
BUY, SELL, TRADE
THROUGH
herald
WANT ADS
PHONE 400
FOR RENT:
Small apartment. Phone 747.
FOR SALE:
One hundred sixty acre
farm all under fence on black
top Highway 14 about li miles
from Holmes Junior College.
Six-room house, pump and
barns; two fish ponds, tele
phone and electricity, butane
tank to house, on mail and
school routes. Some hardwood
timber and lots of young pine
pulpwood size; i of oil and
mineral rights. B. A. McBride
P. O. Box 63, Goo< nan; or J.
S. McBride, Durant.
45-3t-pd.
— ACCOUNTANT —
I am now open for business
in my office over Mayo’s Gro.
eery on the square in Lexing
ton.
Robert Meadows
POSTED against hunting,
irespassing and especially
hogs. All land owned or opera
ted by Roscoe Johnson, Route
3, Lexington.
12-6-3 c
HELP WANTED: Are you
looking for a good part-time
or full-time income in Lexing
ton? Many Raleigh dealers
earn $2.50 and up per hour.
See Mrs. W. P. Waldrup, Lex
ington or write Raleigh MSL
362-26, Memphis, Tenn.
12-6-3tp
WANTED: Three bedroom
house to rent 'beginning Jan.
1st or 15th. Paul Tardy, Phone
400.
12-6-tfnc
POSTED:
All land belonging to Mrs.
Daisy Powell on Old Highway
51 in Durant. Posted against
all livestock and all forms of
trespassing.
44-3t-np
DISCOUNT SALE:
Sixty squares of metal roof
ing - 18 kegs of nails - 10
spools of barbed wire. Rhyne
Coal and Feed. Phone 295.
45-lt-pd.
POSTED:
Posted against hogs with
or without rings, loose stock !
md trespassing of any kind i
or any reason. All land own
ed and operated by K. D.
Henry, Ebenezer.
POSTED:
No hunting or trespassing
of any. kind allowed on my
place three miles north of
Goodman. Mrs. H. A. Keen.
45-13t-pd.
POSTED:
The J. B. McBride estate
posted against all forms of
hunting and fishing. McBride
Bros.
LOT FOR SALE:
One lot for sale on North
west Ave. 65 x 165. Call 365W
or write P. O. 106 in Durant.
OLD BRICK
FOR SALE
Cleaned — Good Condition
$35 Per 1000
Loaded
Your Transportation
ALLIE POVALL
LADIES
Make $300 to $1,000 for your
selves during the Christmas
Season selling famous gift
line of beautiful cosmetics
Gifts for every member ol
the family from Avon. Write
Gertrude Freeman, Rt. 3,
Winona o*r call 375.
46-1 t-np
POSTED:
Property in the Acona
Community known as the Ma
ry Steele Place is posted
against all hunting and tres
passin.. Violators will be pro
secuted. M. E. Steele, 1465
Fairview, Greenville, Miss.
43-4t-pd.
Westfield Plantation posted
against all hunting and tres
passing. 44^tfn
FOR SALE
Washing machine and deep
freeze. Telephone 153-J
40-3t-np
SAM’6 TRIM SHOP On West
Jefferson. Specializing in auto
seat covers and upholstering,
mattress renovating. Box 33C
Or call 1885 Kosciusko.
WANTED TO BUY — 75 to
100 acres of land within 2 to
5 miles of Lexington. House
not required. D. B. Miles,
Phones 575 or 228.
MOORE’S RADIO & TV SEK.
VICE: For the Bert Radio antf
Television service In this area
let a man with 30 years ex
perience do the job. Servict
calls anywhere. Reasonablf
price. Record players repaired
antennas installed. Located oi
Carrollton Ave. on Lexington
Acona road in former Lehmai
Grocery Store. Business phon<
755, residence 417-J1. 12tfnj
FOR SALE!
Service Age
Hereford Bulls
Contact
Tommy Slack
Rt. 1, Pickens
Phone Yazoo City 6865
“OPPORTUNITY” for you.
- Cash in on this big Fall and
i Christmas Selling season. Be
l an Avon Representative in
. your neighborhood. Write
l Gertrude Freeman, Rt. 3,
; Winona, Miss, or call 375.
’ For expert help with your
} Income Tax Returns, your
. Delinquent Self - Employ
ment Returns for Social Se
, curity and Typing, call Manie
. Ella Armstrong, Home Phone
l No. 337, Lexington, Mississip
pi.
39 - 3t * np
1 FOR SALE:
Two registered Duroc Boar
Pigs, 3 mos. old. $25.00 each
' with papers. Phone, Night -
79-R-2, Day - 477, Laddie Wil
iamson.
39 - 2t pd
FOR SALE;
Browning sweet sixteen
with poly choke - two years
Minimum for any insertion on
old with poly choke. Price
$100. Lynn Jordan^ Phone 242.
43-lt-pd
PIANOS— Nationally known
Wurlitzers and custom built
Knights. Also used pianos.
Financed, no interest. See
them day or night. Ph. GL
3-5316; The Piano Workshop,
09 Lee St., Greenwood, Miss.
(Turn right off W. Washington
blocks from Leflore Theatre)
9-13-62 - 1-1-63
MAN WANTED to supply (
Rawleigh Products to con
sumers in Lexington. Good
time to start. No capital re
quired. See Mrs. W. P. Wal
drop, Lexington, or write
Rawleigh Dept. MSK-362-815,
Memphis, Tenn.
41-3t-pd.
My land against hunting,
loose hogs and trespassing. J.
G. Robertson, Lexington.
44*3t-pd
YOUR “ROAD TO SUCCESS’’
DO you have an AVON Re
presentative calling on you
regularly? If you don’t, per
haps It is an open territory
which could offer you an ex
cellent earning opportunity.
Start now for big Christmas
profits. No experience neces
sary. Part time. Write Gert
rude Freeman, Rt. 3, Winona,
or call 375.
POSTED:
Westfield Plantation posted
against hunting and trespass
ing for any reason.
41-18t-np
POSTED:
All my land three and one
half miles west of Goodman,
posted against hunting, tres
passing of any kind, loose
stock, including hogs. Mrs.
Martha T. Shrock, Goodman,
M iss.
45—3t—pd.
MONUMENTS
Why pay undertakers and
catalog salesmen 40% com mil
sion when you can buy direct
rom a manufacturer.
You will be better satisfied
when you select from our dia
play yard.
We will be glad to send our
manager, Mr. Harold R. Sides
or answer by mail or telephone
MARBLE & GRANITE
WORKS
DAVIDSON
Kosciusko, Miss.
POSTED
No Hunting Or
Tresspassing On
My Place
Known As The
Old Hines Place
Any Violators Will
Be Prosecuted
E. J. HINES
-—-———
$15,621.00
- In -
Christmas Club
Checks
Were mailed to our 1962
Members
NOW
I Is the time for you to join our 63 Christmas Club!
Holmes County Bank and Trust Company’s 1962
Christmas Club paid out $15,621.00 in Christmas
money to its subscribers. This money not only helps
the buyer by supplying him with ready cash that he
does not have to repay, but it is money paid out to
home folks to help the merchants of this area. The
1963 Christmas Club is now open for subscription.
We invite you to come in and save a little each week
so that we will be able to play Santa Claus to you
next Christmas. Come by today and let us show you
the advantages.
JOIN THE
1963 CHRISTMAS
CLUB NOW!
YOU DEPOSIT (PER WEEK) YOU RECEIVE
% .50 $ 25 00
1.00 50.00
2.00 100.00
3.00 150.00
\
5.00 250.00
Holmes County Bank & Trust Co
“YOUR BANK OF FRIENDLY PERSONAL SERVICE”
LEXINGTON
WITH OFFICES AT WEST, VAIDEN AND GOODMAN

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