MOSS is Head Exchange j Spring Home Show Will Start Sunday Wilbur E. Moss, assistant ad [moved to the presidency jutanl of the First Squadron, gSth. Cavalry, Mississippi National Guard, WHS elected presi dent cf Ihc Exchange Club at the sen" election cf of- . , a f l c r j Six .-mini as S'icc president. | n ff,, r Other officers eleccd Weditc day include Eddie McGaugh, vice president; Hale Williams, ;ficers Wednesday at Hie Down- Â·lowncr. I B. Hal Buchanan, wlio 'ing Greenville at the close ol the .present school lerm lo become '.superintendent ol the Slarkville Â·'schools and attend Mississippi Stale University, was honored re-elcclcd Hancock, secretary: treasurer; Dennis Bonnie ent, Roy Fulton and Dick Kcl- y, new members ot the board of control. Exchangite John Worthy collected a 5200 cl'.cck from the Greenville builders wilt nodel homes for public in- during the annual spring Home Show May 30 through June 6. The six participating firms are Virden Lumber Co., Rode ling Material Co., Abide 'sight. Enjoy luxurious living in this home which is built !or year- round comfort. The Palmertree Kome is located on Highway 1 South. ABIDE HOMES a also offer- ionics, Tubertini Construction Co., I'almerirec Home Builders! nd Greenville Lumber Co. The model homes will be op- club for sale of tickets for (he en weekdays from 3 to G p.m by the Exchanpc Club and prc 'senled n photo r''-um of 21 aeri-j ' views of Greenville Summer Carnival July 2, 3 and 4. Guests were In attendance villc's scliools from Clarksdale, Jackson, Â·and other airp!;me views of Hie Greenwood and Memphis, includ Â·city- The presentation was made by Clyde Russell, former president. Moss was the unanimous choice for president w-lien James Pickle, who had been nominated, withdrew his candi-jMoss presided over (he 'dacy. Moss is now serving as ling. He succeeds D. I. acting president. He is being Jr., as president. ing Jack Gibson, vice presiden of the Greenwood Club. Gibsov TUI1CRT1N1 CONSTRUC- and attractive tome designed and constructed for better liv- "g- Helping Greenvillians get ; lome of their own -- and their ing a home built with the com- tort of the homeowner in mind And it offers the young homeowner of today a home that is.. and from 2 to C p.m. on weekends, according to Cliff Evans, chairman of the flraw Hie show chairman has urged Greenvillians to "be sure to visit the quality homes." said Greenwood Hxchangites arc planning to have a large delegation nttend the state convention in Greenville in June, incet- TION CD'S home is designed and built for year-round comfort. From hot summer to chilly winter, the home will remain at a comfortable temperature Young (hanks to its central heating and air - conditioning equipment. Due to enormous stock on hand WE ARE EXTENDING OUR REMODELING Thru Monday, May 31 ROGERS GARDEN CENTER Hwy. 82 E. NEW The beautiful three-bedroom ome is located on a pleasantly ontouretj lot at 1777 East Sudan reel in the attractive Terrace ardcns East area. For added comfort and a .steful touch of luxury, the ome features carpeting in the ,'ing room, separate dining oom and master bedroom. Ceramic tile in decorator col- rs highlights two baths featur- ng built - in vanities. A kitchen- mily room combination boasts hand-rubbed birch in warm ones and conlains built - in ange, oven, dishwasher and lisposal. PALMER I R E E I T 0 M E BUILDERS will present for i ipection by the discriminating jomc buyer a handsome old irick home with long graceful ir.es and a concealed double- entry garage to the side. The keynote of the home is comfort with three large bedrooms, two full ceramic baths spacious den and functional dining and kitchen areas. Leisure hours will afford the maximum relaxation to the owner of (his home, ft feature: a dishwasher, built-in oven am surface unit and a disposal to liveable modern. It is a home which "keeps up with the limes." Unlike Abide, many builders lack the staff to keep up with modern trends toward new and better homes. Abide's model home will dem- instrale what design means to i home during the Spring Home Show Week. Located at 1125 Cottage Drive, he home immediately attracts he eye with its unique French rovincial exterior motif and ts tastefully selected color scheme. The improved design invites callers in with two brass coach [interns framing the entry. The nvitation to enter is confirmed y a new type floor in the en- ry with the beauty of Italian ull money's worth -- has leen Virden's business for over 60 fears. You can be sure of quali ty building and that something extra in all Virden Homes, which Virden's customers call 'liveabilily" by visiting the lw model homes to be displayed b Virden during the week-long Â·arpctcd living room with a | eparnle dining room provide ' :ie maximum in gracious living.! A big. carpeted master ^d oom features his and her closets und is located comfortably near two ceramic tiled baths vilh tubs and showers in each. A utility room, a double carport and central air conditioning and teating are only a few of the home's added attractions. See it for yourself during the Spring Home Show at 576 Win tergrccn Street in fashionable Terrace Gardens East. AL CO. had your needs in inin THE GREENVILLE T.UM-. when its staff designed a home DER COMPANY is featuring Spring Home Show. RODE BUILDf\G~ MATERI Students Missed Nol One Day Gary Karlson henils iho list o! jCarrio Stern Elementary School'! |pup:ls \vho have been neither tarily nor absent during the .. school year. He has been ncith-'' cr lardy nor absent during his ive years in school. At-SO lisloil as completing n rear uf peifect otlendence at Stern were: First Grade -- Ri- clmrd O.ikman, Mary Sumernll, Delia Dcinocraf-Times Thursday, May 27, '65 FOR THAT that truly reflects and your desires. See if this description doesn't fit your needs. The home, designed with your needs in mind, features a large kitchen with plenty of cabinet your ideas Cindy Uanuan, mxl lum; Second Grade I.ydin Kcl- - David ils Model Home located at 192 Lilac Lane. Highland Heights Addition. This house features all brick, double carport, three om, bedrooms, Iwo full ceramic Lucas, Shcrcc Slwprml, Jayne Itannim and Ivey Kay. Third Grade -- Ricky Farmer. Steve Tcwmas, Linda Sue Clww, Mary Dawn Pemi, Billy Reece McDowell. Deborah Childs, Julia Newton. Ginger Rilmortree and Lesia Drockell. Fourth Grade -- Charles Od- tile baths ami en and family a spacious kitcb- roo:n which is saving dishwnsh- approximately thirty (30) feet range and oven'long. Tills house also has a space, a lime An extra large family room Ibuilt Â· in raiipe and oven, .sliding dnlo. Reeky McGaugh. and a convenient disposal unit.lglnss door leading to fenced in Shepanl, John Hailman, Fred An extra large family room-patio. David Tenhcl. Bobbie James, Al Kay, James Jeff- coal, Lii'.da Hrokcll, Joy Cl:ow Boniln Edwards ar.d H.irhara Mail in. l-'ifih Grade -- Vickie Drys- RhnndH provides a whopping ID by 21- foot panelled area as a center for family recreation. Be sure and visit Greenville die Williamson, Patricia James, Reid 1'hilHs and Men Ten". Lumber Company model homciSixih Grade -- Margaret during Iwme show week. Tlierelmas Jo Ann Story, no- PERSONALIZED FRIGIDA1RE DRY CLEANING Ibs. $*)oo L Mix 'em Any Way , . , One Load . . . 15 SWEATERS 10 DRESSES 4 MEN'S SUITS 10 SKIRTS 5 BLOUSES ROSELT,A QUICK CLEAN LAUNDRY THOMAS SHOPPING CENTER marble anil the utmost in easy cleaning. Careful planning insures proper wall space in the living room and the separate dining room is given a touch of elegance by a graceful chandelier. Thinking of the large family with bigger lhan average iccds, the designers have pro- idcd three bedrooms, two ful 1 laths, a spacious family room vilh lots of kitchen cabinets, a separate laundry room and i double carport. VIRDEN HOMES adds a not of "liveability" to the Spring fome Show with its presentation of two lovely homes at I24G Park Lane in Gardens Addition East and at 1733 Sudar in Terrace Gardens East. No other family decision con tributes so much to a lifetim of contentment as the proper selection of a home. That is wh Virden Lumber Co. would lik to ask you to let Virden help A separate entry features the.will be courteous salesmen on Sarah Farmer, Ronnie Childs-, Tim Davis and Debbie Fulton. ' THE COST IS SMALL, THE RESULTS BIG WHEN YOU USE THE WANT ADS. whisk messy leftovers out cf lyou in selecting a practical PISCOUNT CENTE AT THE CROSSROADS HWY. 82 E. AND NO. 1 SOUTH Slore Hourse; 9 to 9 Mon.- Fri.-Sat,-- Tues.-Wed.-Tb.urs, 9 to 8 TAKE YOUR CAR Â· FRONT END RE-ALpMENT Â· BRAKE ADJUSTMENT ' . * COMPLETE AUTO SAFETY CHECK Â·Â· ROTATE AND BALANCE WHEELS * MOTOR TIME-UP HAIRS/SPRAY with FlEXINOl HOLDS and HOLDS... YET LOVES TO BE COMBED ;iL^5.^c"jr;~;-'v*^^:,i^as3'^,:?^iS^aK'Siw^ssÂ£ The 15-oz. Size Compare at 2.35 $133 7-oz. Size Compare at 1.50 G 88' HOURS: MON - FRI - SAT Â· 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. - TUE - WED - THUR - 9 to 6 BRAKE SPECIAL Adjust your brakes, repack f r o n t v/heel bearings, check grease seals, add brake f l u i d and road t e s t . . . SAVE N07/1 WHEEL ALIGNMENT * Align front end, correct camber, caster and toe-in, chock shocks and exhaust system and repack front wheel bearings. MOTOR TUNE-UP f CYU 8 CYL. $14.95 Includes new s p a r k plugs, points, condenser and rotor. (Additional parts extra.) We check carburetor, set timing and check electrical system. Buy-The-Paiir -Savings! WHITEWALLS ALL-WEATHER "42" Low Pricecl Tire w ' th Corci FREE MOUNTING Free Mounting NO DOWN fiimftul ^.jnjiUSSWSH^i GOOD/TEAR SERVICE STORES 634 WASHINGTON AVENUE Dial 2-1561 JIM HUFFORD, Mgr.
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