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Nov. 10, 1994

Joseph H. Loper Jr. of Ackerman and Clarence E. Morgan of Kosciusko were the winners in the Fifth District Circuit Court contest.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles “Tex” Ritter have given a pledge to the Mississippi State University major gift campaign.

Greenlee students winning Red Ribbon Week events were Desiree Morgan, Benjamin Brown, Jody Kelly, Toni Ballard, Brent Hodges, Shawn Lowery, Sarah Gallagher, Melody Carothers, Rachel Brune, Sandy Dempsey, Monica Potts and Katreece Ellis.

The Holiday Open House hosted by Extension Home Economist Carolyn Patton featured low fat holiday cooking and handmade Christmas decor by Nellie Norwood and Marteal Alexander.

Jaycees president Larry Martin and vice-president Datwin Dabbs presented a $500 check to Sarah Cummins to be used for the Tim Cummins memorial dinner.

Nov. 13, 1969

Three young children died in a house fire near McCool Friday morning. They were identified as Betty Mae Hubbert, age 7; Purvis Glenn Hubbert, age 9; Sims Hubbert Jr., age 10.

Members of the Civitan Club paid tribute to members and veterans. They included Henry Jordan, Lacey Harvey, Tom Hatley, Charles Ray Williams and Doug Sullivan.

Tommy Sadler and Wayne Jones were named outstanding players of the game against Quitman.

Angela Summers was crowned poppy queen of the Stonestreet Rone VFW post.

Nehi Bottling introduces new and improved taste Diet Rite Cola with no cyclamates.


Pearlie Essadean Veasley was born to Gregory Veasley and the late Pearlie Mae Luckett Veasley on... READ MORE