Time Capsules Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files

75 Years Ago:
April 21, 1938
Missouri Eggs are Best
Missouri eggs usually quoted on the market are from two to four cents
per dozen higher than Mississippi eggs. One of the large buyers of
eggs at a central market recently made the statement that the reason
for this difference in the quality of eggs.

If the poultry men will grade their grade their eggs in tow lots, it
will help to improve their market. In the first lot, put only good
clean eggs of uniform size and in the second lot, out the dirty,
small and misshaped eggs or use these eggs as far as possible at
home. Also, see that the nesting material is kept clean and changes
at regular intervals. It is also advisable to gather eggs at least
twice daily and keep in the coolest place possible until marketed.

Pine Grove News:
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Swindoll spent Saturday night and Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Granville Orman.
Miss Vera Swindoll spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Tina Young.
Mr. Joe Dobbs and family and Mr. Edwin Murrah and family visited
relatives in Choctaw on Sunday.
Miss Nellie Lou Young spent Saturday night and Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Ernest Avery of near Springhill.
Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Young spent Saturday night and Sunday with the
latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.C Avery of Springhill.
Mr. Leroy Fason spent the weekend with friends in this community.

50 Years Ago:
April 18, 1963
Hebron News:
Lowery Smith, Jimmie Lawrence, Judy Smith and Loye Stephens made a
trip to Starkville Sunday evening.
Mrs. Hollis Bagwell and Larry visited a while in the Walter Stephens
home Saturday night.
Don Swindle spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Swindle.
Mr. and Mrs. Mathy James attended a family reunion at Stonewall, MS
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tedder visited with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Sheedy and
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tedder Sunday evening.
Mrs. Dorothy Ray and boys visited a while in the Walter Stephens home
Sunday afternoon.

Montevista News:
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Love spent the weekend in Jackson with their
children.
Miss Patsy Scarbrough is visiting in West Point with her aunt, Mrs.
Jesse Sullivan and family.
Mrs. Etta Golden went to Oak Ridge on Friday for a visit with her
son, Mr. Aaron Golden and family.
Donald Chandler, Libby and Allen Pepper and Melva Dean Love have all
been sick with mumps.
Keith and Laurie Gary of Memphis came on Friday for a visit with
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Watt Finch.
Misses Floy Nelms and Betty McArlin of Jackson spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Nelms.
Mr. Billy Jack Weeks of Tuscaloosa spent Friday night in the McDade
home.
Mrs. Era Britt has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry Cooper and
family at Alva.
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Spencer of Ellard were Sunday afternoon
guests of Mrs. Minnie Ross and Mr. Homer Ross.

25 Years Ago:
April 20, 1988
Mt. Zion News:
Mrs. Jay Sibley’s children visited her on Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Farley and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Golding on
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ray and girls visited with the Watsons on Friday.
Mrs. Kathy Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Taylor and Teresa over
the weekend.
The Luther Turner family visited in the Delta over the weekend.
Dinner guests in the Kenneth Cooper home on Easter were Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hugh and Tammy and the Ray families.

Self Creek News:
Charlie Thompson of Maben visited William and Cleo Thompson recently.
Estell Fulgham and Pat Fulgham went to see Decima Neely last week.
Thetus Daughterty’s daughter and granddaughter of DeKalb spent last
Friday night with her.
Dottie Murphy and three children spent Easter with her parents, Thad
and Fay Easterwood.
Luther and Bonnie Oswalt had their children and grandchildren with
them in church on Easter Sunday.
Rev. Jerry Guess and wife of Philadelphia were luncheon guests of
Tommie and Naomi Burson last Saturday.