THURSDAY," JULY 17, Luxora Organizes Political Group Enveloping Four Other Communities At a meeting held here Monday night of -the executive committee of the Luxora Community Club, a recently-formed organization consisting of the citizens of Liixora, Victoria, Burdette, Htghtower and Rosa to urge civic and economic Improvements, plans were made for a membership drive nnd a political rally to be held here Saturday afternoon. G C. Driver, Jr., chairman of the club" announced that the membership would be limited to the above communities. The political rally, which will begin at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Luxora Municipal Park, will be a club function and Is to be staged in or- der for the citizens to gain first hsp.d the views and platforms of candidates In the forthcoming Democratic primary. All candidates for stale, county and district offices have been invited to attend and speak, Mr. Driver said. Mr. Driver pointed out that with a potential vote-count of 750 in the trade cormuunities comprising the club, these central Mississippi Coun- tions ore in a favorable position through cooperative coalition and candidate selection to gain their needed Improvements, Sir. Driver said that the major objective of the club at (his time was the resurfacing and Improve- jnsent of tjie state and county road network leading in «nd out of Luxora. After hearing the views of the candidates here Saturday, the club will ho!d a general meeting next week to select & slate of candidates whom they will support In the July 29 preferential election. Mr. Driver said that the. date and place of the candidates' nomination has not yet boon selected. Serving with Mr. Driver on the club's Executive Committee are Gilbert Lynch, Victoria, vice-chairman: Ray Whitmorc, Luxora, secretary- treasurer; n. C. Langston, Harry Stanford, and Mayor Moses SHmon, all of Luxora; C. W. Hoover, Victoria; Hays Sullivan. Burdctte; and [Charles Howard, ilosa. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Mr, and Mrs, Glenwood Taylor in>r Mr. and Mrs. Nntluiniol Nun- are announcing Thomas Glenwood. j nery and other relatives for n Jr.'s, arrival Saturday at Wall's [ month's leave after two ye.'irs i.erv- hospitnl. Weighing nine pounds,] ice nvr-r seas. Ik- will return la this Is the Taylor's second chUd.jCamp Crowdcr near Joplfn, Mo. both boys. Formerly Mary Alice McCrary, Mrs. Taylor will be at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest McCrary, while her husband is serving In the ASr Force near Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mis, W. B, Slntrn have had their (laughter.-;. Mrs. George UalJ of Cape Glrardcnii nnd Mrs, Ralph And! and .son. Clay, of Sikcston, as guests in their homt (he past several drtys. Visiting nt Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor's recently were Mrs. Taylor's twin sister. Mrs. Will Higrton," nnd i and sons of Pardons. Of extensive interest is the mar- rJage July Oth of Mrs. Olynn nid- dick to William Lester, both of the jj r " Hollnnd-Steele-Cooter community. | Tcnn ' The single ring ceremony was per- nf^i.( a \»r«««, r . r^ .., , , formed by Judge T. A. French1 at I J^' 6 Vj "v Sl T" of "P 1 "" W "' :s ' Piggott, Ark. Mrs. Lynn Green of j » nd M rs Weeks, la here from Hunt- Stecle, sister of the bride, attended " 3t °"' W ' Va ' wncro * a ls ln!l!tll 'B the wedding llls homc ' Ha(r|n S seen roared hire, Mrs. Lester chow a blue and u ' !th h ! s brot -her, Bllllc. who has white printed nylon sheer for her v crvc<t '" thc u - s - x.ivy ihe past •»-ed*ng dress with all white ac- llve ycnrs nnd ls P rc scntly stationed cesnories. Her shoes and bag ol i m Japan, Dlct:Ic is connected with • nylon mesh were matched by n! " clcimln-f establishment in Hunt- Btrik4ng picture hat also in intrl cat* woven mesh. She will continue for A time as cashier to O. B. Bamrord's grocery-market. Mr. Lester, who until recently wsj Moclated with the IOA store In the meat department in Stcc-le. •atpecfcs to operate his own business at the MoseJy curve so'.Jth of Holland. They will make their home in KoBarel. "n« Holand Baptist church was the setting -for more than a hundred members of the Assocfatlonnl 'W.M.U. meeting Thursday nt which the subject "Missionary Education of Young People" was approached by leading youths In this society. Lunch wa« served picnic fashion, followed by a business session and »n election of officers. Personals Leaving sometime the coming week-end, Mr. and Mrs. L-. Her InRton. At Mrs. FVnnkle Collins. Mrs. Elizabeth Mayo of Djwsblirg is here for a few days. Jack Samtord and Jo Samiord left Saturday for «n overntte visit in Sheffield. Ala., at. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hayes where the former's wife, Mrs. Jack Ramford.' and (laughter. Connie, had visited. They all returned Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Berkshire ol Columbia. Mo., were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Crews. A. D. Coil, lay leader or the Slcele Mcthotllst church, filled the temporary vacancy Sunday of Rev. Mnrvln Nlblnck v-'lio, ivilh his wife and family, arc on vocation in St. Louis and the Sam Baker State Park tn the Ozarks. In the home of Mrs Nflnnie Porter and son, Culton. during the past week were their sister and aunt, Mrs. O. W. RutlcdRc of Rlpley. | spent the past year directing the Holland school band. Ls now receiving his basic training at the Aberdeen i'roving Grounds in Mary! land. He is with the Ordnance Division. After two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reynolds anci nieces, Jer- ! ry nnd Uaye Lavonnc Cohoon, have j rctwncd from Denver. Colo,, where th'iy were guests at the Albany Ho- tci. ( Mr, and Mrs, Charles Cohoon arrived Tuesday after a vacation trip thru Tcxn.s. N'ew Mexico and points:' south and west. In Rosenberg, Tex..! they spent two days at Mr. Cohoon's • aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cohen. I They spent a day in Houston sightseeing. At San Antonio they also I toured the interesting points then i to Galveston. following the coast to Ponsncotu and New Orleans. Over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. j Cohoon nnd daughters drove to! Bonne Torre. ,\fo., to Mr. and Mrs. j J. E, McClain'fi for their son, I Charles Russel. who had been en- j iertnineti there the past several: day. Having left Saturday. Mrs. Prank Slewnrt will vacation the next two j weeks with her three sons, Charles I Slcwart nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Stewart. .Jr.. of I«enton. Mich., and Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex Stewart of Holly. Mich. Among the summer visitors here • were Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Edwards, j Sr.. former Holland residents, who j left Tuesday for Richmond. Calif., where they are making their home i with .\fn and Mrs. Jack Edwards, > Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elevens. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wheeler of near Blythevillc nnrf friends here. Other midsummer travelers here nt the,Noble Cnpchart's are James /,^i MINING KING - Kin;; Gi.sttv VI, ol Sweden, dons ;, MI;II>I'S cap and pluss his ears v.-ilh cm- Ion Ijc-foic- dcscciifiin;; for pm inspection trip throiMb a ir:i i; i. 1,1 the ore-rich KirmK.v^i of Sweden. rc;;iun Capchort of Wiirnldwn, Ind.. anrl .Miss Alma MuCarty ol Cruv.-lorcis- ville, Ind.; Mix \VuUatre o: IX-uoil. Mich., and Mi-s Kruha Lvnn Hud- fon of Birmin^hiu \'.iio ;nf. the housCKHcsis of hrr !:r:i!nlj:iuc-nts during the month ot July. Mr. and Mrs, R : >c! Little ami Supt,. and Mra. L. N. Kindfr '.'.cic at Camp Lcwallon.'Mi., part ol tin' week-end whore tiny to<v< tlir entire staff of boy s'out frnops for :i weeks campins at Ihr: stiiio .silr- From Columbia stale University Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Walker nn.i son arc home af'.or six wrc'<> tl:"r where Mr. Walker attended Uv summer term of school. weei-ena, Mr. ana Mrs. b. Berry Mrs. U. W. RutlcdRC of Rlpley. »nd Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Berry Tenn.; Mr.s. A. J. Jvinknir! ;inri fam- «id son, Kenneth. Jr., will attend ily of Memphis nnd Mrs. Olllc the colorful Frontier Dnys Rodeo Cheyenne. From there they plan to «e the Glacier Park, then to Washington, Oregon nnd through California. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer of Sikeston are among those being entertained at the former's pnrcnls Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kcnley. Early In the week, they drove to Mr. anrt Mrs. J. W. Channel's In Scotts Hill Tenn., for their two daughters, Lisa nnd Dinnna, who had visited their maternal grandparents. Friday the Palmers were in Kcnnett, their former home, with friends. Prom the Kcnley home, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wnfler and family of Dubutjue. la., who arrived ten days ago, have left, after visiting here and uith Mr. and Mrs. Herman Watler In Stcele. Af Mr: and Mrs. BUI Sherwood's I during the past several rtays were 3vfrs. Margaret Gaston nnd'dnugh- 5 ter of South Bend. Ind., who also! visited the Jeff Northern's here i Harvey Sherwood of Flint Mich' Mrs. Bill Steward of Biloxi Miss"! Mr. and Mrs. Price Tatcm and Mrs. 'James Martin of Memphis. I Cpl. James Marlin arrived this week from Alaska on a JO day' leave with his wife nfter which i he will serve seven months lonzer! there before returnlnsr to the States on the rotation plan. Staff Serjeant Moody Waldrop ' recently of Tokyo. Japa'n. is visit-i Thomas and nephew .limmie who came Thursday from Miami for (he week-end. Mrs. Norbcrt. SUr^aker, accompanied by her mother. Mrs. D. D. Parsons ol Sommcmlle, Tenn.. came Sunday to hesin her fchooi term as music dircdor of Ihc CVio- tcr high school. Pvt. Slirzakcr. who /5s •4^ ^ii fJ Qrn &'$$£*' ^ o^HllltiKlUHUBRAND ^^^^ STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY " V, IPK. • fI«IK. Ill EASIEST BIN OF ALL TO ERICT! •Stop in soon, while we still have famous •SIOUX- Steol grain bins! 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