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_REALM By Sarah McNeamer Harvey HAVE GUSETS Mrs. Malanie Parker and Mrs. imo gene Hilton of 103 Roosevelt street were proud to have their cousins, Mr and Mrs. Johnnie Hamilton of Lo« Angeles, California, visit them. The Hamilton^ are here attending to per sonal business. They also are visit ing friends in various parts of tht state, Hazlehurst, Utica, Crysta Springs and Arms, Miss. They alst had the pleasure of attending theii home church at Rose and Pascagoula Everyone was proud to have them Mr. Hamilton gave an inspiring lec ture at their church Sunday night They have been entertained with many lovely affairs while being here Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are planning to leave for California on the 23rc of this month. Mrs. Hilton and Mrs. Parker wert also proud to have as their week end guests, their sister-in-law, Mrs Estella Catchings of Crystal Springs and Miss Lauree Moore, formerly o^ this city but now living in Crysta Springs. WEST CIRCLE MEET The West Circle met at 6:3( Thursday evening at the home ol Mrs. Abbie Tippins, 1174 Valley St. with the president presiding. Lessor was taught by Mrs. Mary Randolph and ten members were present. De licious * refreshments were served. Mrs. Jessie Lee Sweaninger, presi dent. HAS KENTUCKY VISITOR Mr. Edison Thornton from Louis ville, Kentucky, is the guest of his ; brother, Mr. Bernard Thornton and . other relatives and friends. He will ► return to his home Tuesday. RETURNS FROM VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Newson, nee • Miss Charlie B. McCune and Mr. and . Mrs. Eulers Pierce, recently return i ed to the city from Memphis where , they spent a delightful weekend. While in the Bluff City, the new I sons were the guests of Mrs. Newson’s cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Willis. 1 The Pierces’ were guests of Mrs. • Pierce’s sister, Mrs. Minnie Turro. i Mrs. John Stackhouse, Ash Street, ' recently returned to her home from l an extended visit in Chicago as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jaunita McGee and family. Enroute to Jack son, Mrs. Stackhouse stopped over i at Camp Crowder, Mo., to visit her ! Son, James Stackhouse, who is in the medical corps at that camp. i - i Mrs. Mary Sizer and granddau ghter, Miss Dorothy Patterson, of Edwards, are in the city visiting in the home of Mrs. Sizer’s daughter, Mrs. Alease Thomas, North Farish Street. CHICAGO VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Levall Jackson, 4232 South Michigan Blvd., recently stop ped in at the office of the Mississippi Enterprise enroute to Columbia, Miss., the home of Mr. Jackson. Mr. Jackson, who will be remembered by many Mississippians as the former chauffeur of the ex-governor Hugh White, has lived in Chicago for some time now. He was called to this state for induction into the army and w.ill report to Camp Shelby, Thurs day, August 20. Since arriving in the state, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson re port that they have been lavishly en tertained by friends in Gulfport, New Orleans, Biloxi, Bogalusa and Jack son. While' her husband is in the camp, Mrs. Jackson will live in Co lumbia with Mrs. M. E Jackson, her mother-in-law. LINCOLN ADDITION NEWS Mrs. S. A. Davis, Reporter. The Church of Christ is being erected in this vicinity. This is fine work of the Saints. Mrs. Alice Singleton has recovered from her illness. The little Thomas boys are won dering where their letter is, if Sister Dottye failed to receive it. RIGGIN STREET NEWS Mrs. Alice Brown and Mrs. M. A. Freeman left the city last week for Chicago, 111. While in the Windy City Mrs. Brown will be the guest of her niece, Mrs. Mary Henry. Mrs. Freeman is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Mary Kinney. The friends of these two ladies wish for them a very pleasant visit. Mrs. Ermor Lue Smith of Pas cagoula, Miss., spent the week-end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wheeler. MRS. FANNIE SAVOL NEELY PASSES The many friends of Mrs. Fannie Savol Neeley are sorry to hear of her recent death. Mrs. Neely was the wife of Rev. P. S. Neely of Wiggins, Miss., and mother of Mrs. Willie Cox and Mrs. Maud Berry, both of Jackson. Mrs. Rubie Griffin of 1422 Short Grayson Street left for Durham, North Carolina, to join her husband, who is now employed in that city. Mrs. Griffin will return in late Sep tember. BAKER-WILLIS VOWS SAID Of much interest to their many friends is the announcement made by Mr. and Mrs. Sye Willis of the marriage of their daughter, Barbara to Sam Baker, the ceremony taking place Tuesday, August 18, at the Rectory of Holy Ghost Catholic Church, in the presence of relatives and close friends of the young couple. Mrs. Baker was attended by Miss Annie Robinson as maid of honor and Miss Sarah Willis, a sister, as junior maid. Mr. Carey Chambliss was chosen by the groom as best man. Immediately after the ceremony which was performed by Rt. Rev. F. X. Baltes, a reception was held for the couple in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Denton, uncle and aunt of the bride, at their home on Maple Street. DRUG COMPANY HONORS EMPLOYEE The proprietors of the Harding Drug Company honored their former employee, Mr. Doyle C. Shipp with a delicious four course chicken din ner, Tuesday evening, August 18, at the residence of Mrs. Alma Burgess. Mr. Shipp was inducted into the army August 20. Those sharing the honor were Mr. and Mrs. Plonis Moore, Mesdames Vera Brakefield, Vella Holloway, Maude James, Allie May Charleston, Alma Burgess and Chris tine Shipp. Messrs. George Reid, Joe Gray, M. Thomas Harris. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. R.‘ P. Tenort and Mrs. Mary Hilson, of Los Angeles and Mrs. Thelma Reid Blackman of New Orleans, Louisiana. WARD-BRITT MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. Mr. Eugene Ward and Miss Carrie Mae Britt were united in marriage recently at the home of the bride, with the Rev. January performing the ceremony. CORP. STUCKEY VISITS OFFICE A very pleasant visitor to the office of the Mississippi Enterprise this week was Corp. Edgar L. Stuckey, son of Mrs. Beatrice Stuckey, Galla tin Street. Corporal Stuckey is sta tioned with the 901st Air Base Se curity Battallion, Camp Rucker, Ala bama. Mr. Stuckey is well known throughout the city and his many friends were happy to welcome him ha PVT. BRACY VISITS MOTHER Pvt. Jimmie Bracy returned to Pennsylvania where he is stationed, late Sunday night, after spending the week-end in the city as the guest of his mother, Mrs. Jones and his wife. Young Bracy has many friends here who were delighted to see him. Mr. James Brantley is spending several days in the city as the guest of his mother, Mrs. Iola Wright, 313 Henry Street and his sister, Mrs. Vera Brakefield, 211 E. Church St. Young Brantley entered the Great Lakes Naval Training School some time ago and his friends were pleased to see him. He will return to Chica go today. Mrs. Ida Washington returned to her home in McComb after spending 12 weeks in the city attending sum mer school. She reported herself well pleased with the information gathered at the school and the inter est taken in her work by Prof. Ker mit Holly and Miss Luberta Gross. Miss Washington is a niece of Mrs. Robert Calhoun, 128 E. Pascaguola Street, where she lived during her stay in Jackson. Mrs. Ida Proctor left last weekend for Chicago on a vacation. While there she will be the guest of her sister for several weefcs. J. L. Calhoun, minster of Gospel Music, was a visitor in Hazlehurst his old home, Sunday afternoon and night. He visited in the home of his brother, Mr. Frank Calhoun, Jr., Crystal Springs News Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, August 14, from the Good Hope Baptist Church for Mr. Joe Redd, who died Monday night at his home, following a heart attack. Mr. Redd was known throughout the county by both colored and white. For twenty years he was employed with the L*)tterhoss V. Huber Com pany as truck driver. He was also a veteran of the first World War. Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Peoples Funeral Home, and Rev. E. J. Millsap officiated at the brief service which was held at the Methodist church. Interment follow ed in the city cemetery. Mr. Redd is survived by his aged mother, Mrs. Maggie Redd, one sister, Mrs. Erria Chrisler, three borthers, Dan Redd of Detroit; Claud Redd, Edell Redd, of Crystal Springs; his wife, Mrs. Ida Redd and her family. Pallbearers were: Will Streets, Miller Wilson, Almury Dabney, Walter Strong, Will Brown, Joe Cook. Those out-of-town who attended the funeral were, Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Chicago; Mrs. Missie Jackson, of Jackson; Mrs. Ed die Mae Sims, Jackson; Miss Ollie Williams, Jackson. Mrs. Margaret Jackson of 4518 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, was called to the funeral of her brother-in law, Mr. Joe Redd. Mrs. Jackson will stay a few days with her sis ter, Mrs. Ida Redd and "her nice9 and nephew, Mrs. Willie Ruth Cook, Mrs. Bessie Smith and Mr. Joe Lewis Crawford. CARD OF THANKS The family of Mr. Joe Redd take this method of expressing their thanks to the many friends for their condolence, flowers and kindness dur ing the time of his death. Signed: Mrs. Ida Redd and family. Mr9. Margaret Kelly of Jackson, Miss., and Mrs. Julia Walker of Mc Comb, were called to the bedside of their brother and uncle, Mr. Ed Neal, who is reported to be very ill. Mrs. Lorenzo Buckhanan of New Orleans, was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal, and reports a pleasant vis Mr. and Mrs. John Bins and Mrs. S. V. Myers and Misses Pearl and Alice Hampton, cousins. The Singer, writer and salesman was well pleased with the hospitable reception given him. At the 1940 annual session of the National Convention of Gospel Singers, Inc., held in Chicago, Mr. Calhoun was made a representative salesman of sacred music, written by top ranking gospel song writers of this nation and the world. See him and he can supply you with music that is making a striking impression everywhere it is heard. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wright, 831 Canal Street, was the scene of a lovely luncheon recently, honoring Mr. A. M. Lovelace, music teacher at Jackson College, also di rector of No. 2 choir of Lynch street C. M. E. Church, of which Mr. and Mrs. Wright are members. Those sharing the luncheon were: Mr. J. C. Russell, Mr. G. G. Collins, Mr. Levi Wright and Miss Mamie Lee Johnson, cousin of Mrs. Wright. Mr. Lovelace was presented a lovely gift from Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Mr. Lovelace is now in Gary, Ind., spend ing his vacation with his children, Mary Felice and Arial Franklin. Mrs. Eddie Lou Finch, of Los An geles, California, was feted with a seated tea Thursday evening from 9 until 11 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Finch is a cousin of Mrs. Wright. Those present were F. T. Thurmond, Bernard Thurmond, J. C. Russell and Edison Thornton of Lou isville, Ky. Miss Ollie Dell Grayson of Pontiac, Mich., is in the city visiting relatives and friends. Miss Grayson is a for mer graduate of Lanier High School. Mrs. Mary Hilson and children, formerly of this city, but now of Los Angele, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Epps McElroy. She returned to her home by motor, Thursday morning with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Tenort, also of Los Angeles. A visitor in the city is Mrs. Mary Lillian Proctor Dixon, of Chicago, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ad die Proctor, Whitfield Street and brothers, Messrs. McCoy and Augus tine Proctor. With Mrs. Dixon are her four children. it. Mrs. Bertha Pleasant of this city, better known as Bertha Henderson, left Saturday to join her husband in Memphis. The Pleasants expect to make their home in that city and their friends wish for them much success. Mrs. Annie Scott of 905 N. 15tii Street, St. Louis, Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Dellar Hartly of Crys tal Springs. Mrs. Scott will spend a week with her sister, Mrs. Mary Pow ell, of Gallman. She will return to her home September 1. Mrs. Perlena Wade of Yazoo City, came to visit her cousin, Lola Mae Johnson, of Crystal Springs on Au gust 8. She expects to be in the city until the early part of Septem ber. Mrs. Ether Lee Banks and aunt, Mrs. Lena Mae Davis left Thursday night for Chicago, where they will spend their vacation with Mrs. Bank’s mother, Mrs. Lillie Mae Washington. Mrs. Mary Bridges and Mrs. Sweetie Greenlee visited Mrs. Re becca Bridges Dickson Sunday at a Jackson hospital. Tney report that i Mrs. Dickson is making slow im provement. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Price and family of Prentiss, were recent visit ors in Crystal Springs, as the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Price. JUNIOR GOSSIP: Don’t get too serious Lillian Parmer. Earnestine Abney keep the good work up, you’ll get there by being careful. Velma Corine and Bro. Shaw make a swell couple. If Payday candy will get Mead McMiller a girl friend the privilege is now his, so take it away. 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