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■ k I _ Sherman Messrs. W, I. Caldwell and James Holmes attended the fun eral of Mr. Francis in Tupelo Tuesday afternoon. Alton Gault spent last week with his aunt, Mrs. R. W. Mc Alister of Tupelo. Mrs. V. B Sanders of Tupelo and Mrs. Runner of Memphis were guests of friends here Tues day and Wednesday. 1 Miss Callie McCord, who has fbeen attending school here for |the past session, returned to her 4 home at Endville Friday. Miss Sallie Robertson of Blue I Springs attended commencement (exercises here Thursday night and Friday. Mrs. Sallie Witt had as her gguests last week her son, H. H. Witt, of St. Louis, G. R Witt of Parchman, Neil Witt and wife of Jackson, Tenn. and her daughter, Mrs. Carrol Thomason and chil dren of Tams, 111. Miss Vera Littlejohn of New Harmony visited her brother, W. P. Littlejohn and family the first inf th ic mook r Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thomason and daughter, Miss Dollie, of Belden. were present at the com mencement exercises Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Kyle I spent the week-end with relatives n Saltillo. Miss Bessie Robins, a pupil of pthe Sherman High School during the past session, has returned to her home in Endville to spend ter vacation. Misses Lela and Clara Martin of Birmingham spent Thursday and Friday with Mrs. L. C. East erling. Mrs. J. E. Tate and daughter, Jamie of New Albany were week-end guests of relatives here. Miss Beulah Witt attended Commencement exercises of Ecru High School from Saturday to ^Tuesday. IMiss Erlein Hardin and brother, lames, of Blue Springs visited ■elatives from Friday until Sun day. Miss Mabel Mitchell of Ponto toc was the guest of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Han Icock during the week-end. Miss Virginia Daniel, who has been attending school here left for her home near Ecru Sunday. Vernon and Byron Richardson I left for a visit to Oklahoma Sat urday. W. P. Littlejohn and family and Miss Vera Littlejohn attend ed a luneral at Wallerville Mon i day. Prof, and Mrs. J. K Rice left W 1 <• TO I I A . J j I . .* lYiunuay lur nicua tu spcuu tucii fvacation with relatives. I A number of citizens from here were at the Flag Raising in Tu «pelo Monday. | Saltillo | Miss Lillian West of Verona Fspent Saturday with relatives Lhere. I Mr. Medlock and family of City Point spent Sunday with re latives and friends here. Mrs. Young and family spent the latter part of the week with relatives at Vardaman, Miss. Mesdames West and Parham [motored to Tupelo Mopday. Miss Vera Owings spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives in vthe country. Miss Dezzie Cooke was a visit or to Tupelo Saturday. . Mr. Ross Lawhorn of Verona rwas on our streets Saturday. | Mr. Mattox and family of City Ipjint were visitors to our town ■unday. ■ Mr Bob Webb and daughter, Miss Quay, of Guntown, spent Khe week-end with relatives here. Mrs. John Wesson and children [ - accompanied by Misses Nellie Wren and Katherine Archer at tended singing at Priceville Sun day afternoon. Misses Mary, Anna, and Melia Wilson of Guntown spent Sunday afternoon with their sister, Mrs. Pink Wesson. Miss Pearl Long spent a few days of last week with relatives in Tupelo. Messrs Johnnie Scott and William McCollough of Tupelo were visitors here Sunday. Quite a number attended the singing convention at Priceville Sunday. 1 Keith West of Meridian spent a few hours with home folks Sun day morning. Hebron Tommie Young and wife were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Love Sunday. We are sorry to report that L. •J. Pettago had his house de stroyed by fire recently. Misses Elnie and Johnnie Hes ter attended Sunday school here Sunday. Jeffie Love and wife were guests of Will Brooks and wife Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Young and daugh ter, Willie, visited at W. A. Smith’s Friday afternoon. iff i m ar rt s*'* i mr, arm airs, neiiry uaruner visited J. P. Young and family Sunday. C. A. Potter and wife and Mrs. L. M. Young visited W. A.Smith and family Sunday. Elton Brooks visited at W. T. Smith’s Sunday. Misses Lillie, Madie, Willie and Ethel Young attended the party at Mrs. Anna Brooks’ Saturday night. Old Union Mrs. Olive Maynard and fam ily spent Sunday with Mrs. May nard’s mother, Mrs. G.W. Petty, and family. Rev. Henderson filled his reg ular appointment here Sunday evening. Mrs. Emma Irby and two daughters, Emma May and Ruby, spent Monday with Mrs. Sarah Petty. Mrs. McGaughey spent Tues day afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Guyton. Mrs. Holloway and two daugh ters spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. M. W. Houston and daughter. D. B. McGaughey and Jim Sisk were in Tupelo Monday on l business. 1 Mrs. Gertrude Felkins and n IT TTT 1 f K I vvi Upv-IJL ? » VU1IVUUUJ M I VW Mrs. Irene Hood. Earl Welch spent Saturday night with Claud Guyton. g Singing Convention j ~ s The Lee County Singing Con- t vention convened in its annual ( spring session at Priceville, three v miles east of Tupelo, Saturday <] and Sunday, May 5 and 6. It t wasonaof the best sessions in c the history of the convention. 8 The singing was extremely good, j Several patriotic songs were ren- 8 dered by special singers; Amer- c ica by Messrs. Morgan, Petti grew, Akers and Baldwin; Star Spangled Banner, by Messrs. . Morgan, Pettigrew, Stanford and 1 Baldwin. c The officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows; Prof. Jas. H. Stanley, president; Prof. Jas. T. Pettigrew, vice- ^ president; Prof. W. E. Morgan, secretary, and Mr. Melvin Haas, chaplain. ^ The fall session will convene at Fairground (Richmond) seven miles east of Piantersville. X Death Lurk* in a Weak Heart, so on first symptoms use “Renovine” . and be cured. Delay and pay the awful 1 penalty. “Renovene” is the heart’s remedy. Price $1.00 and 50c.—Adv. S Have you paid your subscrip‘.io: ? 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