Indianola’s Immaculate Conception Catholic Church has set Monday, October 14 as the date for its annual renowned spaghetti supper. Among the parishioners busy preparing the meal are (from left) Mary Garcia, Barbara Aycock and Dana Majori. Tickets are $10 per plate and can be purchased from any parishioner.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Riley Freeman of Sunflower announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Marie Freeman, to Tabor Andrews McDowell IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tabor Andrews McDowell Ill of Indianola.
Wednesday while in the middle of an engaging lesson, I pulled out my phone, asked this student for his parent’s number, I called the number,and put it on speaker phone.
You should have seen the look of suspense and uneasiness on not only his face but also on all the other students’ faces.
I confess to being a huge fan of the BBC Masterpiece series, Downton Abbey. I own the complete set of six seasons in DVD, and I have watched them through twice.
The recent debut of the full length feature film was something I had looked forward to for months. And, for me, it did not disappoint.
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Todd Donald, vice president of economic development at the Capps Center spoke to the Indianola Rotary Club last week regarding a wide range of issues, including job readiness. Donald discussed a number of certificates offered at the Capps Center, including pharmacy tech and virtual reality. Donald was the guest of Rotarian Justin Hodges.
Lion Barry Cassidy brought Thomas McCollum, professional engineer, as the guest speaker last week. McCollum is employed by Delta Electric Power Association and is head of the Metering Department which manages meters, metering installations, substations and line equipment. He gave an interesting history of DEPA from its early beginnings throug
The Gentry High School class of 1973 recently reunited for its 46th reunion. Pictured in front are Marion Morgan, William Walls, James Lyas, Josephine Price, Betty Beaman Dorothy McDuffy, visitor, Marilyn Smith, Olivia Henderson, Lillian Hollins and Linda Wilson.
Trinity Outreach Church, 504 Roosevelt Street, invites you to join them for their three-night Prayer Revival which began last night and continues tonight and Friday night starting at 6 p.m.