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vows exchanged July 13 Mr. and Mrs. Nick Shelton announce the marriagfc of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Mr. Marshall Goodloe Ben nettt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall G. Bennett, Sr., of Tehula, Miss. I The wedding was solemniz ed on July 13, 1963, in the First Methodist Church in McGe o.oo, Ark. Officiating in the ouble ring ceremony was the Rev. Robert O. Beck. The bride is the grand-dau ghter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Stigler of Tchula and the late Mr. and Mrs. William F. Shelton of Whitewell, Tenn. She graduat ed in 1962 from Tchula High School, where she was active in many organizations and re ceived honors. She attended )eita State College in Cleve land, Miss., where she was a pledge of Delta Delta Delta. The groom is the grandson g the late Mi. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Childress, Sr., cf Madison and Flora, respec tively. He attended Tchula High School where he finish ed as Valedictorian in 1961. He is presently a junior at the University of Mississippi and is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will live on the campus of the University of Mississippi. Mayrne Hooker Visit in Crescent City Miss Beth Flowers was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lamensdorf in New Orleans for Labor Day weekend. Her fiance, Mr. Harry Lebow of Baltimore, is also visiting in New Orleans. Leaves For School Christopher Watson of New York City and Lexington left Sunday for Kentucky Military School after a visit with his father, Mr. H. P. Watson, Jr., and family. Moore’s Have Daughter Mr. James Moore is re phone 758-W ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a granddaughter, Julie Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore of Hous ton, Texas. The baby was born Wednesday, August 28, and weighed seven pounds and two ounces. Mrs. Moore is the former Miss Lucile Oakes who was a member of the Lexington School faculty before her mar riage. Spends Sunday in Charleston Mr. ana Mrs. John vveatft ersby were guests of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. t rank Sayle in Charleston Sunday. They attended the funeral of Mrs. Walter Scott Merriwea tiier Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Merriweather was an aunt of motion picture actress, Susan Hayward who also attended die funeral. Visiting Mother Miss Eve Blake is spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Blake before re turning to Mississippi State University for the fall term. Visiting Relatives Mrs. J. M. Hoff spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Gene Adcock and family in Brandon. Following her visit there, she will go to Gretna, La. to visit her daugh er, Mrs. Harvey Hearn and family. To Jackson Mrs. Jim Wilburn and Mrs. Tom Shepherd enjoyed a visit to the Capitol City on Satur day. (hi Rig-Game Hunt An exciting event, a Dig - game hunt is in store for two Lexingtonians, H. P. Watson, Jr., L. B. Nichols and Billy Carter of Jackson, The group left Jackson by plane on Sun day for British Columbia, and will be gone for three weeks. In Hospital Friends will be sorry to know that Mrs. M. H. Cade is a patient in the Holmes Coun ty Hospital, suffering from!, a broken shoulder received!: in a fall at her home. , _ I Left For Peurto Rico 1 Gorden S. Ashley, Senior Bank Examiner for the Fede ral Deposit Insurance Corpo ration departed Augdist 28 for a special 6-weeks assign ment in Peurto Rico. He was accompanied to the airport in Jackson by his mother, Mrs. G. S. Ashley and sister Mrs. Allen Murtagh and dau ghter, Pamela, of Moorhead. Returned Home Miss Joyce Fay King has re turned home after a twelve day visit with friends In Spar tanburg, S. C. and Bellegrade, Florida. Visit Parents tMr. and Mrs. R. A. Ham mett and children of Dallas, Texas, are visiting their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. jones and Mrs. B. R. Ham mett. . . Attend Convention Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. George Ezell and Mr. and Mrs Billy Tate are attending the National American Legion Convention in Miami, Florida, this week. To Memphis Miss Elizabeth Glover, Mrs. Amma McRae and Miss Necie Uwin enjoyed a 3-day visit ir. Memphis the past week. Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. John Downs and family, Katherine, Ned, Frank, and Bill Downs of Ft. Campbell, Ky., were weekend quests in the home of Mrs. M. H. Cade. Visiting Family Mrs. T. E. Hearn returned dome Monday after a two - week visit with her son, Har ley Hearn and family in Gret na, La. From Japan Lieutenant and Mrs. Ted Batson of Tokyo, Japan, were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lundy. Hiey are visiting his parents n Greenville, N. C. this week, hen will return here to spend he rest of their vac i ion. Returns From California Miss Patty Povall is spend ng some time with her par ?nts, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Po i'all, following her return from Monterey, California, where she spent the summer. Patient in Hospital The many friends of Miss Elma Hefner will regret to hear that she is a patient in the Mercy Hospital in Vicks burg, following surgery on Wednesday. Her mother, Mrs. A. S. Hefner, accompanied her to Vicksburg and will visit her daughter, Mrs. E. S. Zim mer. To Louisiana Mrs. R. M. Gwin and Mrs. L. P. Johnson are spending this week with their sister, Mrs. C. M. Purvis in Ray ville, la. Visit Parental Home iMr. Robert M. Gwiin of Bryan, Texas joined his sis ters, Mrs. William Few of Durham, N. C. and Mrs. Tho mas Jones and Mr. Jones of West Point, Ga., for a recent visit with his mother, Mrs. R. M. Gwin. Miss Flowers honored with luncheon First of the prenuptial par ties honoring Miss Beth Flo wers, bride - elect of Harry Lebow of Baltimore, was a luncheon at Lusco’s in Green wood, on Saturday. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Gar rard White and her mother, Mrs. Paul Brumby. Miss Flowers was attired in a char;truese dress with printed bodice and matching jacket. Her gift corsage was of white carnations. The dining table was cover ed with a white embroidered linen cloth and centered with a bride doll encircled with white flowers, satin roses and dainty green foilage. Garlands of greenery interspersed with white blossoms joined the center arrangement with two white lacy milk-glass com potes holding .white flowers and tall lighted tapers. Place cards decorated with silk butterflies marked the place of each guest. Favors were pastel colored guest soap in butterfly shape. The hostesses presented the honoree with a book entitled, “Heloise’s Hints.” i Included in the fourteen guests attending this lovely party were Mrs. Herman Flowers, mother of the 'bride elect, Mrs. A. Flowers, her grandmother, and Mrs. Max Weinstein, Charleston, her aunt. Shower honors Miss Knight Miss Betty Knight, bride - elect of Marion K. Ginn, Jr., was honored with a miscel laneous shower Thursday night at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Doty Porter. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Dan Pepper, Mrs W. P. Hammett, Mrs. Larry Brewer and Mrs. Por ter. Dahlias from the garden of Mrs. John Martin were used in attractive arrangements throughout the home. The gifts were presented to the honoree in a steamer trunk decorated with sayings similar to those that will be used to decorate the going - away car after the wedding. Packages tied with huge bri ght colored ribbons added to the effect, as the trunk filled with gifts was presented to the honoree. The hostesses chose Oneida deluxe stainless as their gift to the bride-elect. Many lovely gifts were re ceived and placed on display in the dining room after they were opened and admired. Miss Knight was attired in an aqua brocade sheath. Her mother, Mrs. J. A. Knight, wore a pink embroidered lin en, and Mrs. Marion K. Ginn, mother of the prospective groom, wore an imported lin en knit. A delectable party plate and cokes were served by the hostesses. Bill Ginn, talented eleven year old brother of the grpon* -elect, played soft wedding music on the organ through out the evening. SAND AND (RAVEL Mr. James Moore is lc-icma, — • MUNICIPAL NOTICE OF SA LE OF LAND FOR DELINQUENT TAXES STATE OF MISSISSIPPI HOLMES COUNTY I, W. 0. Thompson, Tax Collector of the City of Lexington, Mississippi, will on Monday, the sixteenth day of Septem ber, 1963, within legal hours of said day, at the south fronx door of the City Hall in the City of Lexington, Holmes Coun ty, Mississippi, offer for sale and sell in the manner pro vided by law, to the highest Diauer or oiuutrs iui n any there be, all the following lands situated in the City of Lexington, Holmes County, Mississippi, for Delinquent Muni cipal taxes due thereon for the year 1962, remaining un paid. Ellis, Marshall et ux — 75 ft. off S. End Lot 132 & 75 ft. off S End Lot 133 Pecan Grove Sub. Pt Lot 187 (DB 94 Pg . 16.00 Redmond, Jerry, et ux — Pt Lot 358 (DB 35 Pg 474) .. 11.0C Witness my signature this the 19th day of August, 1963. \y. O. Thompson, Tax Collector of the City of Lexington Mississippi. * • Concrete Gravel • Concrete Sand • Mason Sand • Clay Gravel HAMMETT GRAVEL CO. Durant Road — Lexington Phone 700 T Store SOUTHERN BELLE —WHOLE Picnic Hams_tach *169 I FRESH OYSTERS_Pint 99c VEAL CUTLETS lb 79c SLICED BACON lb 49c FRESH COCONUTS Each 19c DELICIOUS APPLES 4 lb Bag 49c SHRIMP 2H lb Box $1.69 USDAGOOD i \ ~ Chuck Roast Pound 49c SOUTHERN BELLE All Meat Franks Lb. 49c Lamb Chops_lb 59c Pork Liver_4 lbs 89c NABISCO Oreo Cookies_lb 45c Dog Food Twin Pet 6 Cans 45c Potatoes 10 lbs 49c I Pure Lardw ™ °° purchase4 lb Carton 19(1 ! 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