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Corinthian Clippings for March, 1970
FARMINGTON NEWS (By Mrs. Jim Hitchcock)
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Ross and boys of Booneville were Sunday visitors of her mother, Mrs. W.A. Blankenship, and her sister, Mrs. Van Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Joyal Watkins and family of Batesville, Mississippi, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Meathel Spencer, Mickey and Rickey.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rhoads and Craig spent the weekend with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ardeen Rhoads and family, Hamilton, Mississippi.
Visitors in the home of Andy Phillips and Nita on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Billy West, Tim, Joseph, and Kathy of Verona, Mississippi; Buddy Childers Keith, Terry, and Donna Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Phillips, Sammy and Susan.
Mrs. Shirley Rhoads and Craig, Mrs. Bertie Mae Johnson, Earline and Linda Newcomb, and Mrs. Lucille Wilkins visited the Henry Patrick family of Iuka recently.
Recent visitors of Mrs. B.F. Wood were her daughter, Mrs. Mancel Fields, and grandsons, Phil Young of Corinth and Roger Qualls of Booneville.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Voyles and Mrs. John Voyles attended open house for Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Griffin on Harper Road on their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon.
Corinthian Clippings for Feb. 24, 1984
VISITORS ATTEND RIENZI BAPTIST CHURCH ON SUNDAY
(By: Viola Presley)
RIENZI-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickering of Laurel were guests of the Rienzi Baptist Church Sunday morning. Mr. Pickering, President of the Mississippi Baptist Convention, spoke at the Brotherhood Breakfast at 7:30 p.m. and the 11 a.m. service. The visitors were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Irb Benjamin. At the evening service Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Harwood presented the special music and shared in talks with Harold Palmer. The Harwoods are from the Danville Baptist Church and Mr. Palmer from his home church, Rienzi Baptist. Special music at the morning service was by Charles Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Stewart of Sledge, Mississippi, spent the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Katie Gann and family.
Sharon Brown, Biggersville, was a guest Friday night and Saturday in the Presley home.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Johnsey and Leslie Johnsey have moved into their recently completed new home in Eastview, Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bowling of Florence, Alabama were guests Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Truman Smith and attended the Valentine Banquet in the Fellowship hall of the Rienzi Baptist Church.
Thursday, February 16th, the Little Garden Club met in the home of Mrs. Frank Hinton on Sara Lane. Mrs. George Ferguson served as co-hostess.
William McMullin, president of the Corinth-Alcorn Area Beautification Council, shared with the membership the plans for grooming the city for spring.
He stressed that thousands of visitors will be driving through the area enroute to the New Orleans World’s Fair. Plans for “Beautification Month” in April were outlined.
An informative program entitled, “Birds In Our Garden,” was given by Mrs. R.B. Warriner, the guest speaker.
She recalled childhood incidents which led her to become interested in birds as a hobby. She also related several bird stories which have made her a bird lover and bird watcher.
The club sponsored with planting of a pink dogwood on the Main Street Parkway. The parkway has been a major project of the club since it organized several years ago.
Ms. Linda Evans reported on the Arbor Day observance at East Corinth Elementary School where students collected money and purchased several trees which were planted on the school campus under the direction of Shanklin’s Nursery. In so doing, the students learned the meaning of Arbor Day.
In presenting the gardening tip, Mrs. R.L. Phillips reminded club members that it is still too early to plant shrubs and smaller plants even though it seems warm weather has finally arrived.
Mrs. Larkin Wigginton was welcomed as a new club member. Others present were Mrs. Farmer Anderson, Mrs. David Arnold, Mrs. S.M. Barnett, Mrs. Fred Furtick, Mrs. Dabney Hinton, Mrs. Clifford Kizer, Mrs. Wayne McAlpin, Mrs. Wayne Mills, Mrs. Beecher Mitchell, Mrs. Frank Simmons, Ms. Mary Frances Roebke, Mrs. Boyce Dumas and Mrs. R.L. Thompson
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