Archive - Nov 19, 2010
By RUTH MORGAN
For the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum
One way of making extra spending money for the holidays in the 1920s was by raising turkeys.
This book, â€śThe First Thanksgivingâ€ť by Garnet Jackson is a Scholastic Reader which features short sentences, sight words, and words that can be sounded out.
Catherine Jeannette Bailey of Madison announces the engagement of her daughter, Martha Jeannette (Missy) Ingels to Wesley Mann Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bay Black of Starkville.
By Carole McReynolds Davis
Do you want to be free? We all want to happy and carefree just like a bird soaring in the blue sky above.
SDN Staff Reports
Efforts by a Mississippi State professor to encourage student volunteerism paid off for a local charity in a big way on Friday.
The graveside service for Charles David Crumpton is scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. at Wake Forest Baptist Church Cemetery. The Revs. Robert T. Crumpton and Tom Bryson will officiate.
The funeral for Elizabeth Crumble will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Harpole Chapel Church with burial in Spring Valley Cemetery. The Rev. Joe D. Reel will officiate.
Visitation for Virginia Bailey Prisock is scheduled for Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church Chapel with the funeral immediately following.Â The Revs.
The funeral for Bessie Tina Johnson will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Kingdom Hall in Columbus with burial in West Point Memorial Gardens in West Point.
Casey Watson will officiate.