The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 9, 1969 · Page 2
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2 Friday, May 11, '69 Dolta Democrat-Times Greenvillo, Mississippi CORRECTION ON SAFEWAY'S THURSDAY'S AD SHOULD HAVE READ Hair Spray (({nn AW. S a f f i c f t y 13-Oz. /V/v/ I-or You To San'!... Tin On Delta'Council-Day in Cleveland Delta Council board to meet «ra^^ Obituaries FOR MOTHERONlHl^DAY STONEVILLE-Tho Delta Council Board of Directors will meet at 9 a.m. on Tuesday In Walter Sillers Coliseum, Cleveland, according to Delia Council President James Hand, III. Hand said that the meeting of the board on the day of the annual meeting would be devoted to Ihe approval of new officers, the election of directors at large, and final action on Delta Council resolutions. The program for the 34th annual meeting of Delta Council will get under way at 10 a.m. A welcome to Delia Council members will be extended by Dr. J.M. Ewlng, president of Delta State College. Also on the schedule of events for the morning session will be a report on industrial progress of the area by Farmer (1. Hamilton, Jr., chairman, Industrial and Community Development Board. rr The cotton slvle show featuring the 1969 Maid of Cotton, Cathy Muirhead, will begin at 11 a.m. This part of the annual meeting program is sponsored by the Women's Committee of Delta Council in cooperation with retail stores of the area and the National Cotton Council of America. Outstanding producers of cotton, rice, soybeans, beef cattle and the outstanding conservation farmer of the area will receive recognition at the Delta Council annual meeting. Rice, soybean and cattle producers are selected for recognition by the Mississippi Rice Growers Association, Mississippi Soybean Association and Mississippi Cattlemen's Association. The top cotton producer is selected on the basis of over-all farm production and the outstanding conservation farmer is selected by a special committee. Hand said the afternoon program would begin at 1:30 p.m. A panel discussion on the theme "Looking Ahead With the 91st Congress" will highlight the afternoon session. Taking part in the discussion will be Congressman Jamie L. Whitten, Congressman Thomas G. Abemethy and Congressman G. V. Montgomery. Mrs. Mar\ C. Coekrell It's Mom's "day off." Treat her ami the f a m i l y to a d e l i g h t f u l d i n m here. 1'rom appeli/.er to dessert, ever y t h i n g is prepared lo perfection, to make this a t r u l y memorable occasion for Mother! 846 MAIN ST. DINNERS FROM $125 Phone 132 NORTH BR ° ADWAY Coinjilcli 1 nii-iils specially priced for Mother's Day CAFTERIA11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. BROWN'S DELISH SHOPPE AGNES AND JOE MASON PH. 334-4953 w Dad,couldweget a stereo tape player _! and a vinyl top 1 on the new car?" CLOTHES FOR THE POOR-A truckload of clothing and show to bo distributed to the needy in Washington County was delivered to the county NAACP branch Thursday. The donation, the second of its kind within a year, came from an NAACP branch in Greenwich, Conn. Local NAACP members joining in the unloading operation are (in the truck, from left) James Carter and Rev. L. W. Williams, and (on the ground, left to right) Rev. J. F. Redmon, Rev. E. D. Marshall, Rev. M. M. Morris, Dr. Noble C. Frisby, and T. L. Collins. (Staff Photo) "Greenville Bank financing too." Good mus-c .s one of the popular features (hot makes driving a new car fun. And you'll enjoy thai new car even more if you have convenient financing which fits your budget. This is the best · reaon to yet all the facts on our auto loans. You'll like the ^ · confidential treatment, convenient monthly payments and speedy ' ·.' v *t ·' · foan service. Ask for complete details at your dealer's showroom or a! any of our convenient offices. GREENVILLE BANK BRANCH Of DEPOSIT GUARANTY NATIONAL BANK GROW WITH US/GREENVILLE, MISS./MEMBER F.D.I.C Mother's Day means praises For moms from coast to coast And Russell Stover Candies Say "Mom, you are the mostf' Assorted Chocolates 1 Ib. $1.85 2 Ib. $3.60 \.,,. tv.sx-1 --.-- -· ~ " - -" The Gift Box Wz Ib. box $2.75 2V4 Ib. box $4.00 Mother's Day Gift Packed with chocolates Vz Ib. box $1.15 C U L L E Y Goyer Shopping Center D R U G S Mrs. Mary Coleman Cockrell, 79, died .Thursday morning at General ilospital after a lengthy illness. Services will be held at Coleman Funeral Home in Indianola with Rev. Charles Shufflin of I/eland officiating. Burial will follow in the City Cemetery. A native of Simpson County, Mrs. Cockrell was a resident of Indianola for 34 years. She was a member of the Church of God. She leaves four daughters, Mrs. Jewel Roberts, of Shaw, Mrs. Addle Anderson of Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. Maudy L. Baker of Vicksburg and Mrs. Frances Tabb of Indianola; two sons, W. G. Cockrell of Indianola and James K. Cockrell of Jackson; two brothers, Eddie G. Coleman and Alonza Coleman both of Mendenhall; twenty grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Jiaxtcr Draper Baxter Draper, 81, of Madison, Tenn., died early today at a Madison hospital. Funeral services are incomplete with Coleman-Garrett Funeral Home of Goodlettsville, Tenn., in charge. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Bee Bee Wood Draper of Madison; two daughters, Mrs. John McBroom of Greenville and Mrs. Harry Haney Jr. of Tallahassee. Fla.; and a son, J i m m y Wood Draper of Madison, Tenn. I t eler K. Frishy Peter E. Frisby of Meridian, died early today at a hospital at Meridian. Funeral services are incomplete at Brown and MarionFuneral Home. Survivors are four brothers, Dr. Noble R. Frisby of Greenville, Rev. Clarence Frisby of Columbia, Howard Frisby of Los Angeles, Calif., and Rev. Louis B'risby of Cannonsburg; and two sisters, Mrs. Ophelia Threadgill of Greenville and Mrs. Ella Fish of Chicago, 111. Henry Lee Hamilton Henry Lee Hamilton, 61, of 919 Samuel St. died at 4:20 p.m. Thursday in the Washington County General Hospital here. Funeral services are incomplete with Watson Funeral Home. W ill Handy HOU.ANDALE-FunDral services for Will Handy of 109 E. Crouch will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Horeb Baptist Church with llev. J. C. Brown officiating. Fiurial will be in Hollandale Cemetery with Hollandale Mortuary Association in charge. Mr. Handy died Tuesday at Sharkey-lssaquena Hospital in Rolling Fork. He was a member of Mt. Horeb Baptist Church and of Sir Knights and Daughters of Tabor lodge. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Bertha Russell Handy of Hollandale; a son, Ike Handy of Chicago, 111.; three nieces, Mrs. Cancie Bell Warren and Mrs. Ethel Bonner, both of Greenville, and Mrs. Willie Mae Handy of Champaign, 111.; and two nephews, John Henry Warren of Chicago and Tampa Handy of Mayersville. Mrs. liearlina Walker WINTERVILLE-Funeral services for Mrs. Bearlina Walker, 85, of Wintervilte will be held here at 2 p.m. Sunday in the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. A. J. Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in William Chapel cemetery with Thomas and Frye Funeral Home of Leland in charge. Mrs. Walker died Tuesday at her residence after a long illness. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Pearlie Appleton, Mrs. Lillie Ford and Mrs. Ella Lawson, all of Greenville; one son, Lonzo Walker of Winterville; nine grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren six great-grandchildren. Miss ttninia I) ells Funeral services for Emma Wells, 82, of Greenville are tentatively set for Saturday in the Wells Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Perry Claxton and Rev. A. L. Meadows officiating. Burial will be in the Greenville Cemetery. Final arrangements are pending with Wells Funeral Home. Miss Wells died late VVednesday at the Sunflower County Hospital in Indianola after a lengthy illness. She had been a resident of a nursing home in Indianola for a short time. Bom in Bolton, Miss Wells had lived in Greenville most of her life. She was a retired gift shop owner. Survivors include a brother, Arthur Welts of Greenville; one nephew, Arthur F. Wells of Greenville and one niece, Mrs. J. H. Warner of Jackson; three great nieces; two great nephews and two great-great nieces. Pallbearers will be Lloyd Dyer, J. L. Young, Winston Walker, Mack Ball, Dr. Hugh Alexander and Larry Hyam. 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