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Corinthian Clippings for June, 1955
HARDWICK FAMILY MEETS AT LIDDON’S LAKE FOR REUNION
Members of the Hardwick families of this area and out of the county relatives met Saturday at Liddon’s Lake for the first family reunion since 1930.
Though several members of the family could not be present a large number did attend and enjoyed the day together with dinner being enjoyed inside the building at the lake because of rain.
Those attending were: Mrs. Dora Harville, Duck Hill; Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Hindman, Galveston, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. M.O. Hardwick, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Hardwick, Burnsville; Mr. and Mrs. N. Hardwick, Jr., Corinth; Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Durbin, Guys, Tennessee; Miss Mary Emma Durbin, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Whittemore, Guys, Tennessee; Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Hardwick, Sheffield, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Hardwick and family, Burnsville; Mrs. Blanch Bond and Peggy, Sheffield, Alabama; Clyde Hardwick, Corinth; Miss Geneva Hardwick, Burnsville; Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Hardwick, Burnsville; Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Hardwick, Mrs. Jocie Strickton, Glen, Mississippi; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Hardwick, Corinth; Mrs. Ellen Hardwick, Booneville and Gene Hardwick, Memphis, Tennessee.
IN TOWN AND OUT
Mrs. F.C. Williams is receiving congratulations on the birth of a great grandson, Ernest Bland Williams, IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bland Williams, III of Memphis. The young man arrived in Memphis over the weekend.
Eleanor Liddon is in Amory, Mississippi, this week, a houseguest of Suzanne Murfee.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sprouse were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Potts in Iuka.
Paul Canon is in Tuscumbia, Alabama this week visiting Jimmy Reed.
Mrs. Dalton Hampton and daughters, Mary Jane and Paulette, of Memphis have returned to their home after spending the past two weeks here with Mrs. Effie Hampton, Montgomery and Proper Streets.
Audie Calvery, employee at Berkheiser Lumber Company, was injured Saturday afternoon skiing on Pickwick Lake, is reported to be improving today.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chase and father, Lem Chase, and George Fields were Sunday guests of Mr. Fields’ daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sherard, of Columbus, Mississippi. Mrs. George Fields, who has been a guest the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Sherard accompanied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Butler spent the weekend in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Butler, in Memphis. They were accompanied to Memphis by their granddaughter, Shelia Butler, who has spent some time here with her grandparents. Mrs. Shaw Whitaker accompanied them to Memphis and will spend some time there.
Miss Peggy Stevenson left today aboard the City of Miami, for Birmingham where she will be a bridesmaid in the Wilson-McMurray wedding on July 5th. Following the wedding she will go to points in Florida where she will be guest of several MSCW friends.
W.C. Stevenson, Jr., has returned to Jackson, Mississippi, where he is employed by Bell Telephone Company, after a visit here with his parents. In September he will reenter Ole Miss.
Mrs. Johnny Hasek and children, Mrs. Troy Scott and Miss Polly Worthington of Corpus Christi, Texas are visiting friends and relatives in the city this week.
Jerry Brand of Atlanta, Georgia is a guest this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Brand and children.
Cecil Fuqua and sons, Jerry and Larry, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Fuqua in Memphis.
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