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SOCIETY SLANTS'
YWCA Mews
Y-TEEN MEMBERSHIP
EMPHASIS MONTH
During the month of October
we are expecting to recruit
many new Y-Teens. The Theme
for this Year is “Y-Teens Count
.... Join" the YWCA through
your school, clubs or the Branch
YWCA.
On Sunday, October 28, 1962
we will have our Y-Teen Rec
ognition Ceremony. At this
time we will recognize all Y
Teens. An award will be given
to the school reporting the larg
est amount of paid Y-Teens.
ADULT MEMBERS LOST
ALONG THE WAY
There are two or three hun
dred adults who have not re
newed your membership t'n:3
year. We miss you so much.
Won’t you please come home.
Persons joining this week are:
Mrs. Lillie V. Holland, Mrs.
Mamye Johnson, Miss Arlena
Morant, Mrs. Thelma McCul
lough, Miss Helen Johnson, Miss
Estella Randall, Mrs. Ethel Lid
dell, Mrs. Willie Ann Jones and
Mrs. Sallie Beatrice Ford. (Y
Teens) Cheryl Anne Lattimor •,
Velma Tate, Arthpr Lee Barb
er, Dorothy Barber, Carolyn
Whitney, Beatrice Ghoston, Lin
da McClinton, Carolyn Fishe-,
Sandra Faye Lewis, Georgi*'
Mae Dent, Ethel Mae Perkin3
and Carolyn Jean Chapman.
JACKSON COLLEGE
COMMUNITY WORKERS
AT YWCA
This term of program for Y
Teens should be the best ever
since we have persons with
many skills working with them.
The following young ladies
from Jackson State College, un
der the supervision of Mrs.
Katherine Mosley, are working
with the YWCA program: Miss
es — Mary Hanna, Gloria Ca1
loway, Erma Lee Yancy, Ruby
Womack, Vinnie Louise Cooper,
Earnestine Smith, Alberta Kent,
Ruth Thomas, Ida W. Bolden,
Earnestine Watson, Myra Nich
ols, Doris Sue Franklin, Alice
Westley, Loutheree McGhee,
Bertha Johnson, Barbara Graise,
Barbara Jean Palmer, Eula
Heath, Arlene Morant, Georgie
Stalling, Ira E. Williams, Mrs.
Anetta Johnson and Mrs. Ruby
Bryant.
TYPING AND SEWING
CLASSES IN PROGRESS
The Typing and Sewing class
es are in full swing with the
following persons in typing:
Mrs. Evelyn O. Robinson, Mrs.
Ella L. Taylor, Mrs. Louise
Jones, Miss Annie B. Stewart,
Miss Audrey Elders, Mrs. Zen
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txpert Repairs •
At Low Prices!
Smart new
FLEX-LET
watchbands
for men and
women * 1»5
from *T
Trebotich
Jeweler’s
117 W. CAPITOL ST. ^
obia Woodruff, Mrs. Bernice
Winters and Mrs. Bertha Cas
ton, and these in sewing: Mrs.
R. Pennington, Mrs. Zettie Brad
ley, Mrs. Mildred McKee, Mrs.
Marguerite Younger, Mrs. Mar
garet Graham, Mrs. Juanita Al
len, Miss Deloris Thompson,
Mrs. Deloris Figures and Mrs.
Ethel Liddell.
Watch for a list of other
class people next week.
RUMMAGE SALE
AT YWCA
The YWCA has a bargain
room with many good buys for
men, women and children. We
are open on Saturday from 9-12
noon and other days 9-5 p.m.
BIBLE CLASS
THURSDAY AT 10 A.M.
Men and women are invited
to share our Bible class on
Thursday morning at 10 a.m.
The class is in session only one
hour.
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Brookhaven
News
Mrs. Geraldene Johnson of
Chicago, 111. was called to the
bedside of her mother, Mrs.
Esther M. Frelix, who is seri
ously ill.
Revival Services, began Sun
day Oct. 7, 1962 at St. James
Baptist Church, Rev. T. B.
Brown pastor of the Mt. Helm
Baptist church, Jackson, Mis
sissippi will be the Evangelist.
The public is invited to attend
these services. Rev. P. T. Thad
dison pastor.
Revival services began Sun
day Oct. 7, 1962, at Mt. Wade
1 Baptist church, thru Friday Oct.
13. The spirit was high all day,
dinner was served on the
ground. Rev. D. D. Smith of
Crystal Springs, Miss., will be
the Evangelist. The public is
invited to attend these meet
ings. Rev. Pearl Jackson Pastor.
Visiting Mrs. M. F. Barton
and family recently was her
sister, Mrs. Evelyn Dukes of
New Orleans, La.
Funeral services were held
for Mr. Alex Jackson, Saturday,
! Sept. 29 1962, at St. Paul Bap
tist church. Rev. J. M. McEwen
; officiating; Enterment in the
Rose Hill Cemetery. Tyler Fun
eral Home in charge.
Survivors are five brothers,
three sisters, 19 children a host
of realtives and friends.
The Jackson family wishes to
thank their many friends for
! their acts of kindness during
his illness and passing.
Mrs. Ida Wilbert, passed Mon
day Oct. 8, 1962. Funeral ar
rangements are incomplete.
Sick and shut-ins: Mrs. Kath
lene Culver, Mrs. Beulah Barn
es, Mrs. Mary Dennis, Mr. Eli
ga Howell, Mrs. Minnie Baggett,
Mrs. Carry Arnold, Mr. Sam
vRufus, Rev. H. Brown* Mrs.
Rachel Black, Mrs. Willie A.
Diggs, Mrs. Nellie Johnson,
Prof. E. S. Reed. Their many
friends hope and pray for them
a speedy recovery.
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Welcomes Arrival Of New
Granddaughter While Vacationing
In Syracuse, New York
Mrs. Selena Helm Butler re
turned home after speding sev
eral weeks in Syracuse, New
York with Captain and Mrs.
James Anderson and her grand
dauhter, Karen Renee. While
visting in Syracuse Ruby Kath
leen Anderson made her arrival
September 4 makin this the sec
ond daughter for the Andersons.
Karen and Ruby made their
grand mother’s stay a very lively
and busy one.
While in the east section Mrs.
Butler visited her sister, Mrs.
John A. Jackson (Don Garrett)
and her family in Norwalk,
Connecticut. In Norwalk she
also had a very pleasant time in
the home of T. C. Almore, Jr.,
her nephew, and his family, pre
vious visitors to Jackson this
summer. Mrs. Almore (Annie
Laurie Lloyd) and her three
youngsters assisted Mr. Almore
in making every minute very
enjoyable that was spent in
their home.
Mrs. Butler was accompanied
to Norwalk by her son-inlaw,
Captain Anderson, who went on
a fishing trip with Mr. Jack
son returning with quite a
catch. They were guest in the
home of the Clarks, both lawy
ers, Saturday night, for a lovely
time. Sunday climaxed the three
day visit in Connecticut with a
motorcade of several cities in
Connecticut with other friends*
A motor trip to Griffies Field
Air Base added to this vacation
and the attending of the New
York State Fair proved to be
very educational and adventuer
ous.
Ruby Kathleen is named for
her Aunt, Mrs. Ruby Ander
son Smith, now a resident mak
ing her home in Los Angeles,
California, where she is a Pro
fessional Nurse in one of the
large hospitals.
Enroute to Syracuse Mrs.
Butler, had a short stay with
her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Ber
neeze Ward of Knoxville, Ten
nessee.
Taylorsville
News
Regular services was conduct
ed at the Shady Oak M. B.
church, Sunday October 7, 1962.
Sunday School was called to
order by the Superintendent,
Mr. Albert Posey. A wonderful
lesson which was well taught by
each teacher. The lesson was
reviewed by the pastor Rev. I.
L. Lenyoun he gave some high
points on the lesson. Dispiissed
for 10 min. then call back in
by the pianotest, Mrs. Marine
Fezell. Devotion by Mrs. Pet
tie C. Dixon, reading the 23
psalm.
Mrs. Leola Barnes announced
the P. T. A. meeting will be
held at the Hopewell High
School Friday night at 7 p. m.
October 12, 1962, with Mr. J.
W. Knox principal. Then Rev.
Amos Sulliven brought a wond
erful message. Total amount of
money raised $259.62. Rev. I. L.
Leyoun, pastor of Jackson, Mis
sissippi, Mr. Costel Barnes,
treas., Mr. R. C. Johnson, sec
retary.
Funeral services were held
Sunday October 7, 1962, for
Mrs. Nelly Posey, who died in
the home of her daughter Mrs.
Celesta Posey, October 2, 1962.
The funeral services were held
at the Palestine M. B. church
Taylorsville, Mississippi. Rev.
J. H. Harvey the officiating
minister. She leaves to mourn
her passing one son, one sister
and two daughters, and a host
of relatives and friends.
The sick and shut-ins this
week are Mrs. Laura Moffat,
Mrs. Esthr Posey, Mr. Will
Solomon, and Mr. Clifton Pos
ey, all of Providence Communi
ty, Collins, Mississippi.
At the Shady Oak M. B
Church. Mrs. Clair M. Squai/
sponsored a program. Devotion
by Mrs. Hattie Cumbus, and
Mrs. Georleen Sullivan. The
choir sang “Amazing Grace”.
The welcome address by the
sponsorer, Mrs. Clair M. Squair.
The guest speaker were Rev. H.
M. Harren of Prentiss, Missis
sippi. We all enjoyed him very
Tylertown News
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt L. Ginn
and Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Ginn,
attended the Homecoming and
witnessed the game between
Jackson State College and Ar
kansas State College. Saturday
October 7, 1962 Jackson State
won by a score of 51-0. Mr. De
witt L., and Jewell Ginn are
proud of Jackson State their
Alma Mater.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Allen
and daughter motored to Vicks
burg Saturday night and spent
the week-end with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Bernice Lee and their
son, Mr. Timothy Allen.
Mrs. Eva Ginn Magee of Chi
cago, Illinois is spending two
weeks with relatives and friends
of Tylertown, Mississippi and
Franklinton community. A sort
of homecoming get together was
observed in the home of their
aunt, Mrs. Allan Jordan when
Mrs. Magee met with her broth
er and their families, Mr. John
Lenoir and family of Picayune,
Mississippi and Mr. James La
noir and family of New Orleans,
Louisiana, all told there were
24 persons attending. Mrs. Wil
much. Rev. A. R.. Posey, pastor
and Mrs. Lelola Barnes, clerk.
Total amount money raised $20
The Hopewell Ledge No. 118
celebrated their Prince Hall Day
Sunday evening, September 30,
at 5 p.m. at the Hopewell M. B.
church. Services conductc 1 by
the chapel. Open remarks by the
Worshipful Master, Prof. J. V.
Posey and Mrs. C. L. Owens
Master of Ceremonies.
The 56 Annual Session of the
Women's Home and Foreign
Mission Auxiliary of the First
Sweet Pilgrim Association were
held with the Providence Ch.
in Collins, Mississippi, Septem
ber 20-21, 1962. Joining the ses
sion with the parent body which
held their 82 annual session.
The program opened by Rev. D.
B. Barnes, devotion by the host
ess churches. Sermon by Rev. W.
M. James of Collins, Mississippi.
Money raised at the associations
were $1,427.75 and report fer
the state c<yrvention at total of
$81,696.39. Rev. D. B. Barnes
of Florence, Miss., moderator.
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MRS. SORPHIHIA HALL HORORED WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY
This is Mrs. Sorphinia Hall and her guests, who helped her
to celebrate her 69th birthday on Monday night, Oct. 8, 1962 at
her home at 136 West Monument St. She has been a resident in
the Tc'onument area for the past forty-two years. She is a mem
ber of Greater Blair St. A.M.E. Zion church and has been a
member for the past thirty-five years. The party was in her
honor by her son, RJr. George Rice. It was enjoyed by all and
it will forever be in the minds of all the guests present. It
was a great honor as well as pleasure to have been a partici
pant and guest on such an oecaaaion for such a great woman.
The guests were served: baked ham, chicken & dressing green
peas, potatoe salad, hot rolls, cake, coffee and soft drinks. The
guest list included the following: Mrs. Willie Mae McCarter,
Mrs. Odell Maxie, Mrs. J. E. Blake, Mrs. Laura Taylor, Mr.
Watt Ford, Mr. Robert Jackson, Mr. Frank Brown. Miss Dixie
Wilson, Mrs. Katie Mae Evans, Mr. Clarence Howard, Miss
Bonnie Jean Kelch, Mrs. Stella Jones, Miss Barbara Simmons,
Miss Bennie Hawthrone, Mr. John Dale Jr., Mr. L. T. Simmons.
lie Davis spent the week-end in
New Orleans, Louiisana with her
daughter, Mrs. Jessiemma Bos
ton and family.
The Roxie Harrison Memorial
Club, met in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Dillon, Mrs.
Hannah Dillon hostess to the oc
casion. A delicious plate was
served to all present consisting
of Barbecued chicken, toss salad.
Irish potatoe chips, punch, bread
upside down cake, candies, nuts,
gum and punch. A short busi
ness session was held. Those
present were Mrs. Francis
Washington, Sara B. Dean, Eu
genia Ginn, Dorothy Ginn, Bes
sie Jefferson, and Pearl B. Wil
liams, each expressed a delight
ful evening.
The Usher Board of the Pearl
River District held its semi
annual meeting with the Tyler
town Usher Board Saturday
night October 7, 5 of its boards
were represented. Business was
transacted for their meeting
with the Pearl River Associa
tion meeting October 27, 1962.
Regular church services were
held at the Tylertown First Bap
tist church Sunday, October 7.
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. con
ducted by deacon Wallace Allen
Superintendent Topic; “Why Do
Beliefs Matter”, Jno. 3;17-18,
Flannelgraph review, Mrs. Ren
netta Johnson much was learn
ed about the benefit of the be
lief in Christ. At 11:00 services
were postponed for the prepar
ation of the funeral and be
cause of sympathy of pastor who'
recently lost his son Mr. Verber
T. Pittman. Night sermon was
preached by special guest Rev.
L. E. McEwen of Chicago, Illi
nois and the pastor’s appointee,
Rev. James Quinne of Holmes
ville, Miss., both brought in
spiring message. Finance rais
ed $54.00.
_
Mr. Jasper Lewis and Mrs.
Theolia Foriest are on the sick
list this week.
Jewell Ginn, Padra and Bern
ard Ginn spent the week-end
ith their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Huey of the
Hope community last week.
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Edwards News
Mr. and Mrs. Van Allen Jr.
and their three children, Delor
is, P. J. and Jessie Lee., gave
Mr. Allen a surprise birthday
party last Sunday October 7,
1962 at 4 p.m., his sister from
Jackson, Miss., baked him a
beautiful birthday cake, with 65
candles on it. The ones that
were present to help celebrate
this affair were, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex James, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Sylves
ter Jamerson, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Chambers and son Eddie
Chambers. Plenty of refresh
ments. Many valuable presents
and money was given. His son
Rev. Albert Allen shared in a
big way, he may live to share
many more.
Miss Kattie McCurtis, spon
sored a Womanless wedding,
Sunday September 30. 1962 in
order to help finish painting the
beautiful church. Kingly Chapel
M. E. church. The proceeds from
the affair amounted up to $53.36
Miss McCurtis is a church work
er her soul is fully up in the
church. May she live long to
continue her good works. The
program was given at the Ed
wards, Jr. High School.
Funeral services was held at
the Mt. Mariah M. B. church
Sunday October 7, 1962 for late
Mrs. Mattie Cross Bishop. She
was a former member of the
Mt. Mariah M. B. church but for
some time she has been away.
She lived in Drew, Mississippi
with her neice, Mrs. Rosie Steel.
She was a member of a church
there. Also a member of Far
turnetys of which she were
faithfully until the end. The
members and friends followed
her remains. Rev. Black was
the officiating minister, he
brought a wonderful message,
which was very consoling and
inspiring. She leaves to mourn
one uncle, Mr. W. M. Cross of
Edwards, Miss., a host of nieces
and nephews and a host of oth
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refused enrollment solely be
cause of his race.
The appelate court took un
der advisement her request that
it reverse a South Carolina
federal district court’s refusal
to grant an injunction to force
Clemson t oaccept the Negro
transfer student.
There was no indication when
the court would hand down its
opinion. It usually acts several
weeks after hearing a case, but
can rule sooner.
Gantt, a 19-year-old native of
Charleston, S. C., is now study
ing architecture at Iowa State
University. He said he wants to
er relatives and friends, includ
ing Mrs. Hollen C. Hubbard of
Edwards, Miss., Rev. W. R. Grif
fin pastor Mr. Sylvester Jami
son, secretary.
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Negro Society Slants.RH
ELK NEWS — The monthly
meeting of the Daughter Elks
of the Grace Jones Temple No.
639 was held recently at the
Elks Home on Lynch Street.
The highlights of this meet
ing was the initiation of the
eight new daughters. They are
as follows Daughters; Sallie
Hart, Bettie Sue Robinson, and
Mary Thompson. Submitted by
Miss N. E. Harris, Director of
Public Relations.
attend Clemson because it is
near his home and because he
could make more valuable busi
ness contacts at the state-sup
ported South Carolina College.
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A former economics major
at the University of Chicago,
Miss White applied for the po
sition four years ago and was
accepted following a public
hearing. She is the first color
ed stewardess to be based in
the District of Columbia.
Her mother, Mrs. Ernestine
White, is a former resident of
Atlanta, Ga. but now lives in
Detroit. Both her mother and
her father, the late Jerome
White, were employed at one
time on the staff of the At
lanta Daily Wrorld, the South’s
first and only daily colored
newspaper.
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