SEPT. 22, 1933

Checks in payment of plowed up cotton amounting to $5,842 were received here Wednesday by Agent A. H. McMullen and the farmers to whom they are payable have been notified of their receipt.

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J. R. Beall of Bardale has recently been appointed to serve as game warden for Neshoba County.



SEPT. 24, 1943

Pvt. Hester R. Ogletree, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ogletree of Dixon, is stationed at Ft. Cronkhite, Calif. He is serving in the army.

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Cpl.. Erman N. Goldman, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Goldman, is now stationed at Orlando, Fla. Cpl. Goldman has been in the armed service of his country for nine months.



Sept. 24, 1953

Neshoba County's Veterans of Foreign Wars Post made history Wednesday night of last week when they staged a big chicken supper and mortgage burning which was attending by 300 members and guests. Pictured above are Clarence Mitchell, Mrs. Virginia Molpus, Mrs. Addy Jim Payne, Mrs. Roberta Butts, T. C. Butts, Hubert Hodgins, Willard "Red" Daly, Thurman Rice and Commander Plez Tinsley. Hubert Hodgins holds the $6,500 mortgage as it starts to burn.



SEPT. 26, 1963

Homecoming and dedication ceremonies for the new parsonage of the Church of God on Lewis Avenue will be held Sunday, Sept. 29.

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Final returns from a student election at East Central Community College Tuesday indicated that Miss Anita Kay Fulton of Philadelphia will reign as the 1963 homecoming queen.



Sept. 27, 1973

Three Philadelphia women have been selected as Outstanding Young Women of American for 1973, according to Ms. Pandora Bemis, director of the national program.

Nominated for the award by the Futura Garden Club of Philadelphia were Jo Helen Daly, Tanya LamBourne Brumfield and Clarice Smith. The Club also nominated Shelia Ann Van Zandt of Federal Way, Wash., formerly of this city.



SEPT. 21, 1983

The life and services for the late Robert Prisock, Philadelphia attorney and former chancery judge, were commended in a resolution read Monday at the opening of circuit court.

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A new computer education course has been added to the 1983-84 curriculum at Neshoba Central High School.



SEPT. 22, 1993

The public is invited to a retirement reception Friday honoring Dr. Rudolph A. Posey Sr. He has been in the practice of dentistry for 47 years.

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Homecoming queens at Neshoba Central High School are Mandy Goldman and Katrina Calloway.



Sept. 24, 2003

Sheriff Glen Waddell is this year's Citizen of the Year, having served as the county's chief law enforcement officer for 20 years. He will be honored at a banquet Sept 29.