NOVEMBER 25, 1938

Miss Mary Chapman, who was recently awarded a free trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago, has won many other honors. Miss Chapman has been a member of the House 4-H Club for the past five years, having a poultry project for one year and a Garden and Canning project for four years. She completed high school at Bloomo in 1935 and has been assistant leader for the Bloomo 4-H Club for the past three years. 



NOVEMBER 26, 1948

Mrs. J.R. Patterson, formerly Miss Doris Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Cole is the newly elected President of the Third District, Mississippi Federation of Women’s Clubs. Mrs. Patterson resides in Pontotoc.  



NOVEMBER 20, 1958

Army Pvt. Carl D. Young, son of Mrs. Ruby L. Tucker, of Noxapater, recently completed an eight week automotive maintenance course at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. Young entered the Army in June of 1958 and completed basic combat training at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. 



NOVEMBER 21, 1968

Patsy Fortenberry, a 1968 gradute of French Camp Academy, has been accepted for enlistment in the United States Air Force. Miss Fortenberry graduated from French Camp Academy with an excellent academic record and scored high on all Air Force Qualifications.  



NOVEMBER 16, 1978

Kim Murphy (12) was tabbed “Rockette of the Week” by Neshoba Central Coach Billy Gordon for her performance against Carthage. She scored 11 points, pulled down eight rebounds, and had four assists. “She did a good job for us defensively, too,” said Gordon. 



NOVEMBER 16, 1988

University of Mississippi student Teresa Parker of Philadelphia is serving her social work internship this semester with the Leake County Welfare Department.  



NOVEMBER 11, 1998

Dr. Eddie M. Smith, President of East Central Community College, received a plaque of Appreciation in recognition of his service as President of the Mississippi Association of Colleges for the 1997-98 term.   



NOVEMBER 19, 2008

Stacey Pogue represented Leake Academy in the MPSA All-Star Fast Pitch Softball game at Mississippi College. Stacey has been a member of the Lady Rebel Softball team for six ears. She was a senior captain, pitcher, and first baseman.