Planters Bank held its second annual Customer Appreciation Day last week, which included drawings for prizes and a pumpkin decorating contest.
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Mission Mississippi welcomes all Christians who desire greater unity in the Body of Christ for their monthly gathering of fellowship and prayer. They will gather from noon to 1p.m. TODAY in the parish hall of Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church (205 E. Gresham Street, Indianola). All are welcomed!
♦ Join us in making Halloween Cupcakes TODAY from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Henry Seymour Library, Indianola.
♦ Join us for “Trick or Treat at the Library” TODAY from 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. at the Horace Stansel Memorial Library, Ruleville.
100 YEARS AGO,
Front page news: The stockholders of the Merchants and Planters Gin voted to issue additional stock and to build another cotton gin in Indianola at the cost of $50,000
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Thursday at 3:56 p.m., Roy Benton Nutall, 56, 303 Walker St., was arrested for shoplifting after a Brothers Food Market employee said he stole a 25-ounce can of Bud Ice valued at $2.
In other calls,
On the far left, Lion Drew McDowell, Treasurer, and Lion President Craig Esplin present to Lion Roy Stubbs (and Gideons International member) a check in the amount of $1,066 in memory of longtime Lions Club member, J. C. Hodges.
The Gentry Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Student of the Week is Colee Anthony. The junior Indianola native plans to pursue a career in criminal justice with a dream job of becoming a lawyer. Anthony likes to travel in his spare time. He is pictured with JMB Instructor and Job Specialist Dr. Adrian Brown.
The Gentry High School Jobs For Mississippi Graduates Career Association visited the University of Mississippi and the McLean Institute For Public Service and Community Engagement. Students had a firsthand look at CEED Program. “Catalyzing Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.”
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The seventh annual Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Initiation and Installation Ceremony was held at Thomas E. Edwards High School in Ruleville on Friday and honored 20 of the schools students and their mentors.
Indianola Floral Design joined a nationwide effort last week by spreading love through the gift of flowers throughout town. As part of the Society of American Florists’ Petal It Forward campaign, Indianola Floral Design handed out bouquets of flowers to surprised and unsuspecting passersby and businesses.