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Bolivar Commercial  P. 15 Col. 3-4  Oct. 5, 2001
Transcribed By Kim Pollard Nov. 27, 2001

      Revival Services Schedule

 A revival will be held at 7 p.m. nightly Monday through Oct. 12 at Holly Grove M. B. Church in Drew.  Rev. Sammie Rash of Cleveland will be the evangelist. 

Bolivar Commercial P. 15 Col. 3-4 11/2/2001
Transcribed by Kim Pollard 11/19/2001

Club Anniversary Celebrated

  The XYZ Club of Drew Baptist Church its celebrated the 25th anniversary with a potluck dinner.   The current officers include: Charlie Brock, president; Willie Belle Weaver: vice president; Sara Burchfield, secretary; and
Gerry Brock, Program chairman.  The club was founded on Oct. 28, 1976

Charlie Brock, president
Willie Belle Weaver: vice president
Sara Burchfield, secretary
Gerry Brock, Program chairman
Transcribed by Kim M. Pollard

Bolivar Commercial P. 12 Col. 6 11-1-2001
Transcribed by Kim Pollard April 3, 2002

Calhoun (0-9) at NSA (1-8)

  This is the one that's been circled on both of these teams calendars.
  Calhoun limps into this game winless and is giving up and average of 28 points per game while scoring just 3.5. North Sunflower technically has a victory (a forfeit win over Greenville Christian in a game NSA actually lost 58-6).  NSA is giving up a state-high  50.6 points per game, while averaging just 2.4 points per contest.
   Kickoff in Drew is set for 7 p.m.

Bolivar Commercial  P. 7 Friday Oct. 26, 2001 
Transcribed by Kim Pollard Nov. 27, 2001
What's Going On


7 p.m. Drew Homecoming Day Dinner will be held at the National Guard Armory.


10 a.m.-4 p.m. Drew will hold a festival in recognition of its Homecoming on Main Street.


 North Sunflower Academy: Auction: 2001
Parent Teacher, Business, and Supporter Donations
Roger and Quita Earls
Joe and Diana Hammond
Elizabeth Parker
Ann Thorn
Mackie and Sheba Chandler
Allyson Land
L. E. and Lisa Moon
Jerry and June Hobson
Bill and Karen Rose
Ross and Melanie Mitchell
Brown and Vallie Ray
Sarah Love
Kay Bearry
Margaret Land
Fred and Diane Strehle
Tim and LaQuita Sandifer
Joe and Millie McClendon
David and Pam McCool
Drew and Cathy Dickerson
James and Barbara Porter
Freddy and Tracy Ware
Mike and Stella Stuckey
Benny and Shelia Haynes
Dan and Bobbie Estes
Penny Moore
David and Malia Rutheford
Les and Nancy Moon
Ronald Ragon and Kimberly Rogers
Glenn and Laura Miller
Danny and Michelle Herring
Chuck and Lisa Estridge
Jeff and Michelle Flemming
Becky and Bubba Tollison
Mandy Steelman
Eric and Sharon Livingston
Wesley and Beverly Knight
James and Kim Polland (should be Pollard)
Wayne and Glenda Parks
Jay's Department Store
Allen Shoes
The Linen Closet
Mud Puddles
The Caramel Factory
Edwards Drugs
Dr. Lowell Jones
Dr. James Smith
Shurden Parts
Spectra Precision
Slater Jigs
HowShur Gifts
Flowers N Things
Dr. Jeff Andrews
Art and Sandy Tidmore
Tallahatchie Farmers Supply
Beatrice Steelman
Margie Rutledge
Tanjoh Wildlife Inc.
Pattie Tidmore
Britt Jewelry
Clark Jewelry
Hometown Jewelry
Ralph and June Allen
Dwight and Darlene Willingham
L. D. McCoy
West Implement
Brian Townsend
Melanie & Tim Tackett
Patricia & Stanley Lindsey
Buddy's BP
Bolivar Auto Parts & The Gun Shop
The Bow Shop
The Sound Center
Lovett's Auto
Mid Delta Speedway
Morston & Windham Oil Co
Georgia Baughman
Joyce & Jimmy Pettigrew
Joe Tranum
J & G Supply, Inc.
Archie Manning
Peyton Manning
Cathy & Buster Cummins
Russie McIntyre
Dekoka Davidson
Robinson's Guns
Dave Cummins
Mississippi Rice & Grain
The Wofford Family
Melissa Hall Taylor
Scott Petroleum
Ruleville Parts
Pumpkin Patch
Transcribed by Kim Pollard April 3, 2002
Page 6, Friday, October 26, 2001
Transcribed by Kim Pollard  April 3, 2002

Sunflower Loses High-Scoring Game

   Hebron Christian jumped out to a 35-0 halftime lead Thursday and held on in the second half for a win over North Sunflower Academy. The loss drops the Rebels to 2-5 on the season.
   Each team had 13 first downs in the contest, but Hebron racked up 531 yards of total offense and NSA had 344. The Rebels rushed for 216 yards on 30 carries and passed for 128 yards.
   Hebron jumped ahead 44-0 halfway through the third quarter, but North Sunflower scored 22 points in the period to climb back into the ball game.
  Blake Holder led NSA's attack with 260 offensive yards and three touchdowns. He rushed 14 times for 132 yards, including touchdown runs of 35 and 1 yards, respectively. He was 6-of-19 passing for 128 yards. He also recovered two fumbles, and returned one 51 yards for a touchdown.
  Allen Arant tallied 148 yards of offense. He rushed 10 times for 70 yards and had three receptions for 78 yards. Arant scored North Sunflower's other touchdown on a 51-yard scamper and he also added a two-point conversion. Tim Melton ran in two conversions for the Rebels.