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Among the volunteers are, back row, Steve Cheatham, Brenda Cheatham, Norman Moore, John Frazier and Kim Poe.      In front are Elsie Kirksey, Brenda Lillis, Michelle Frazier, Bo Swinney and Susan Simmons.
Among the volunteers are, back row, Steve Cheatham, Brenda Cheatham, Norman Moore, John Frazier and Kim Poe. In front are Elsie Kirksey, Brenda Lillis, Michelle Frazier, Bo Swinney and Susan Simmons.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 6:00 PM
A group of volunteers is gearing up for Saturday’s “Next Level”  youth rally at the coliseum which will feature food, music and a message by an evangelist from Carthage.
  • Sheila Goss has a long list of cooking secrets, some she is more than happy to share but others she guards closely.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Thames of Union are happy to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kirby Alexandria Thames, to Matthew Scott Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Anthony of Philadelphia. 
  • Tawanna Williams and Dave Sanders along with their children, Destini and Laiklon Williams and Grace and Trey Sanders, announce their up coming wedding on March 5.  
  • The senior adults and their friends at East Philadelphia Baptist Church always look forward to getting together with much anticipation, because they always have such great speakers who share interesting information with the group.  On Tuesday, January 19, their regular luncheon meeting was held in the Fellowship Hall at the church with two guest speakers, Annette Watkins and Johnny Crenshaw.  Ms Watkins is the Director of Marketing and Public Relations at the Neshoba County General Hospital and Nursing Home, and Mr. Crenshaw supervises the   Swing Bed Program there.
  • Area nurseries and farm supply stores should be receiving their fruit trees now.  Growing and harvesting your own tree-ripened fruit can be a very rewarding or a very disappointing experience.  To get the best quality apples or peaches you should follow a yearly schedule of pruning, spraying, fertilizing and thinning of fruit. You also should select your fruit trees based on where you live in Mississippi. Check with local nurserymen to see what they recommend and also check with the Neshoba County Extension office for a publication P0966, Fruit and Nut Recommendations for Mississippi, that has information on recommended fruit tree varieties for Mississippi.  
  • Feb. 15-19

    PHILADELPHIA?

    ELEMENTARY?SCHOOL

    Breakfast

    Monday: Presidents’ Day Holiday – No School

    Tuesday:  Poptarts, Fruit, Juice, Milk

    Wednesday: Ham Biscuit withjelly, Fruit, Juice, Milk
  • A group of volunteers is gearing up for Saturday’s “Next Level”  youth rally at the coliseum which will feature food, music and a message by an evangelist from Carthage.
  • Private applicators can attend training on Wednesday, February 10th beginning at 4 p.m. in the Neshoba County Coliseum multi-purpose room.  A private applicator is defined by law as one who uses an supervises the use of restricted-use pesticides  to produce an agricultural commodity on property owned or rented by him or his employer, or on the property of another person with whom he trades services.
  • There was little doubt that someone somewhere was praying for Private James Hoyt Bush, a twenty-one-year-old college student, and a member of the Second Marine Division. 
  • Feb. 8-12

    PHILADELPHIA?

    ELEMENTARY?SCHOOL
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