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EAST CANTON NEWS
4T Mrs. W. M. Provall New Bethel observed their regular pastorial day Sunday with Sunday School at ten o’clock and class No. 7 being the banner class. At 1:45 preaching servoce began and iiev. L. L. Corbins brought an inspiring and spiritual message, The 3 o’clock ser mon and night sermon was delivered by Rev B. D. Davis. New Bethel re vival began Sunday with a large crowd from Norfield being presnet, Rev. A. Davis ia conducting the re vival and he is really a good preacher. fTe servoces are being njoyed bj every one who atends. New Bethel Singing Choir was the ’prize winning choir Cunday evening at St. Paul. They raised $16.00 anc was given a prize of $5.00. The Y. W. A. Club met at the home of Mrs. Nellie Mae Cubit with a number of members present. To pic. “What the Religion of Jesus BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS PORT GIBSON BANK MEMBER F. D. I. C. Port Gibson, Miss Bring Your Scrap and Junk To Us_ JUNK HIDES IRON JOSEPH BROTHERS Mississippi’s Largest Junk Dealer All Kinds of Waste Material 574 So. Roach St. Phone 4-4855 JACKSON, MISS. Welcome Fair Visitors_ ROBINSON BROTHERS PLYMOUTH - DsSOTO 156 E. Amite , Phone 3-2741 Fine Stock Used Cars Best Wishes To ALCORN A. & M. COLLEGE From V “The Store That Has Everything” 517 Main Street Phone 1671 Natchez, Mississippi Welcome Fair Visitors_ If Its Furniture, See The Old Reliable BATTE FURNITURE COMPANY 217 - 19 - 21 West Capitol St. A Home Owned, Independent Store JACKSON MISSISSIPPI Welcome Fair Visitors_ NATIONAL SHIRT SHOP Largest Distributer of Men’s Furnishings in America 107 E. Capitol St. Next to Walgreen JACKSON, MISS. Congratulatons To Mississippi Negro State Fair_ FARMER BUY. International Livestock and Poultry Feeds Sold At LOCKETT SEED AND FEED * 502 East Pearl Jackson, Miss. Christ has done, what it can do” Mrs. Hennie Rodgers was called to Memphis Monday to the funeral of her niece. Mrs. B. D. Davis spent the week end here with her husband and friends Rev. Davis is conducting the Revi 1 val here- Sh* reports a pleasant visit. Mrs. S. C. Kelly has as her guest her brother and sister in law who ' are attending the meeting. i Young men who reported for Camp at Hattiesburg Wednesday morning i were: Archie L. Hicks, Coy Riley, Claude Tanner, James Johnson, Er nest Hays, A. C. Temple, Joe Mont gomery, Limmie Johnson, Norie Bla ck, Pearlie Clark, W. M. Hays, Ro bert Johnson, Willie Kaushland, Ka lop Godbolt. On the sick list: Mrs. Laura Henry Mrs. Orleane Morrow, Mrs. Susie Co nely who is yet in bed~ F-nds also aree glad to see Mr. Jo*. Johnson up and out on crutches after being in the hospital with a mashed foot. A shock to the community was the death of Miss Katie Mae Lyse who departed this life Monday night ( at 9 o’clock. She had been sick for ! some time. At this writing no arran gements has been made for the fun eral. ~ - Crystal Springs News H. J. Wolfe, rteporter Mrs. Addie Jones’ house was com pletly destroyeed by fire Monday ni ght. Mrs. Jones was not at home at the time of the fire and everything she had was lost. Mr. George Turner and Mr. Lon nie Nelson left for Camp Shelby Thursday Oct. 15. On the sick list are Mr. Murpha Wilson, Mr. W. H. Terry and Mrs. Emma Graham. Mrs. Mattie Richardson was a vis itor to Jackson College Sunday after noon to see her daughter, Miss Vir val Ray Richardson. She also called on her cousin Mrs. Roberta Buckley. Mr. and Mr.s Columbus Hatten of In Contest For Carnival Queen wr£ glj&rg f' Jttmm - Bjmaw rntmarngm Alfanette E. Kelley, Jackson, Mis sissippi, attractive sophomore of Ja ckson College, represents her class in the contest for Carnival Queen. The Sophomore Class solicits your votes and your presence at the Car nival on October 23-24, Jackson Col lege. Brandon was a weekend guest of her | mother, Miss Corine Jackson of 326 Camp St.. While here a delicious din ner was served for her Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mo ore. The Hattens rturned to their home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Williams and daughter Valerice left Saturday night for Chi cago where they will make their • home with Mrs. William’s father, Mr. Robert Watson. For building and repairing and the buying of old furniture see Boston at his work shop on the corner of East Peizzie Street in the down town • block. Mr. and Mrs. Geogre Thigpen and [ son of Jackson visited in the home of . Mrs. Rena Catchings of thfs city Sun day. They report an enjoyable visit. Welcome Negro State Fair Visitors_ BATTERY Check the Water Level BRAKES For Safety take no chance MOTOR For economy now and later GASOLINE For mileage buy Good Gas TIRES I Rubber is Precious_Be Careful There may be a shortage of many car needs BUY NOW! Radiator Hose Spark Plugs Car Heaters Anti-Freeze Union Depot Service Station “It’s a Pleasure to Please You” Phone 4-4401 Corner Mill and Amite Sts. Washing _ Polishing _ Lubrication ■ ""' “ **" " -- - ■ Boguechitto News Pvt. Sylvester Hill of Camp Ruck er Alabama is visiting his relative: and friends at home who are very ha ppy to greet him. Mr. Robert C. Holmes left for Camp Shelby on last Saturday. Private Robert Harris is a frequent home visitor. The community feels the loss of one of our de$r ones in the person of Mrs. Mollie Jones. She leaves to mo urn her passing, a son Sam Jones, a granddaughter, many great grand daughters and ahost of other rela tives and friends. Welcome Fair Visitor> TWIN STATES ATHLETIC SUPPLY CO. 117 S. Lamaj St. Jackson, Miss. Welcome Fair Visitors_ . AMMONS DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS GOLD MEDAL HOUSEHOLD MEDICINES The Reliable Druggist CORNER FORTIFICATION AND GRAYSON STS. Phone 4-9135 Jackson, Miss. Welcome Fair Visitors_ TEMPLETON AND GARDNER SPORTING GOODS Fishing Tackle - Guns 147 N. Farish St. Phone 3-4817 JACKSON, MISS. WELCOME FAIR VISITORS_. J. R. PAYNE GROCERY Weight Counts more than Price 746 N. Farish St. Phone 4-9281 Jackson ■ Welcome Fair Visitors— Get Happy Feeds in Red Bags SPANN BROTHERS Groceries - Feed - Seed Farm Supplies 813 S. State St. - Dial 3-1975 Jackson, Miss We Congratulate Your 1942 Fair Issue— For Printing Visit PREMIER PRINTING CO. L. V. Brice, E. A. Chil dress, Owners “We never disappoint” 135 E. Pearl St. Phone 2-3467 Jackson, Miss I I AMERICAN VICTORY I I MUST BE WON IN I | AMERICAN HOMES War must be fought and won by nations as a whole. Behind the fighting forces, there must stand, strong and determined, a united home front. The woman who learns to sew for herself and her family, who studies food problems, who thriftily manages the family in come so there will be a surplus to invest in War Bonds, that housewife is fighting the war like any soldier. stands guard over the fam ily pay envelope, buying only needfuls, of sound, durable quality. She turns instinctively to stores she can trust . . . stores that give her full value, stores like Penney s which have always served her well. if Grand for Sports or Work! OXFORD Smart loop oxford with a roomy walled last_ideal for wear with your war work uniform or the efficient togs women wear these days for getting things done! In brown .with medium heel. Tailored Perfection! SPECTATOR $3.49 The beloved spectator in smooth with walled last! That new look emphasized with stitching accents the outline of the toe and the flat leather ornament! • It’s a pump you can’t bear to do j without this season! STEP-IN $3.49 In rich black, this smart high thro ated pump is tri mmed with black patent leather and elasticized & for perfect fit. OPEN-TOED PUMP $3.49 Jet black gaber dine with an ele gant simplicity of line and the black highlight of a pl astic ornament!