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JACKSON SOCIAL NEWS
By SARAH McNEAMER HARVEY BBSglg!g[gilg:lgi«!5t':ig:g^pS'!g'g,S'^.S’'grK,I«~r«;,ff!g;k~K:>f'isT«''ff.!g^;!i<!!g,l«’i!Sl!H!!g'!g.r«’.lS’M!H’ilH!!gEISIIS AWAY ON VACATION Friends of Mr. Robert F. Bell, putstanding contractor and realtor of E. Monument Street, are happy to know that he is enjoying a much needed vacation in Chicago. 111., as the guestof his brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bell of that city. He states that he is being extended every courtesy that will make his vacation a truly delightful one by his sister-in-law, a recent bride, and a teacher of beauty culture at the Lydia R. Adams School of Beauty Culture. Mrs. Bell was before her recent marriage to Mr. William A. Bell, the former Olivia Vance. JACOBS-CAMPBELL MARRIAGE TOLD Mrs. Lula Campbell of Denver, Colorado, announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Lula Lowe Weeden, tp Mr. Harold Jacobs, Specialist First Class of the United States Naval Reserve. Mr. Jacobs is connected with the Navy Recruiting Service in Missis sippi with headquarters in Jack son. Before his enlistment he serv ed as Business Manager at Jack son College. Mrs. Jacobs is an instructor at Jackson College. CLARK STREET J. M. A. MEET The J. M. A. met at the home of Mrs. Mary Ross Jones, 731 Rose Street. The devotion was led by Mrs. Burkett, the topic discussion being led by Mrs. Jones, with the subject being, “Your Favorite Verse from the Bible.” One lead er, Mrs. Bradley, received the fol lowing in Stewardship in the life of youth: Mesdames Jones, Bur kett, Wheatly, Hennington, Mary Ross Jones and Guynes. Mrs. Ross was a visitor. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Willie Mae Jones, 208 E. Monument St. CHICAGO VISITORS ENTERTAINED Charming visitors in the city this week are Mrs. Georgia Rena ger and her sister, Miss Lula King, both of Chicago, Illinois. These young ladies are attending the National Holiness Convention and are the guests of their father, Rev. J. D. King, pastor of 2nd Temple Church of Holiness and their cou sin, Mrs. S. M. Harvey. Enroute to Jackson they stopped off at Camp Siebert, Alabama, to visit Pvt. Henry Ellihue, son of Mrs. Renager and before returning to Chicago they expect to visit rel atives and friends in Hazlehurst. Mrs. Renager who is organist for her church in Chicago, is a for mer student of Jackson College. Being very active in all matters of her church, she made an eloquent and inspiring address at the Tem ple Church, Tuesday evening, in response to the Annual Address of the President of the CWWW. This was Miss King’s first trip South since early childhood. Being possessed of a very pleas xng personality, both young ladies were extended many social cour tesies that made their stay a most enjoyable one, among these being a luncheon given for them by Mrs. Limmie McKinney in her home, E. Davis Street Wednesday evening. Other guests at this affair were Mrs. Ruth Luckett Moore and Mrs. S. M. Harvey. VISITS SISTER A very pleasant visitor in the city is Mr. Thomas Coleman. New York City, who is spending his va cation in the home of his sister, Mrs. Mamie Smith. 102 West Church Street. Mr. Coleman, who is em ployed with Baush & Laub Opti cal Company, New York City, spoke interestingly concerning his work which is contributing much to the war effort. Before return ing to his home, Mr. Coleman vis ited his father, Mr. Willie Cole man in Madison County. HIGH LIGHTS OF THE HOLINESS CONVENTION Cpl. Floyd Caver of Camp Sibert. Ala., came to Jackson this week to join his father, Bishop Henry L. Caver, pastor of Christ Temple Church in Chicago. Outstanding at the convention were Cpl. and Mrs. James Willis of Camp Shelby. Cpl. Willis is known in Jackson as the Singing Soldier.” Mrs. Willis, is the for mer Ella Pickett, formerly of Jack son and St. Louis. She is an out standing musician and aside from assisting her husband who is as sistant chaplain, she is also Jr. Li braian. The Northern Diocese who has I ^ Bishop Henry L. Caver presiding was well represented in the Nat ional Holiness Convention here this week. The following members attended; Bishop H. Caver, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore, Mrs. Geor gia Renager, Mr. and Mrs. M. Phil lips, all of Chicago. Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan; Mrs. C. R. Galling, Missionary of Gary; Mrs. Eliza McField, Missionary, Chicago; Mrs. L. V. Phillips, Chi t cago; Rev. L. M. Relf, Chicago; Rev. J. J. Peterson. Gary; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Nichols, Rev. C. E. Owens, Chicago; Rev. and Mrs. A. Alive. Chicago; Mrs. Sarah Bar nett, Mrs. P. Wright, Mrs. Rebecca Williams, Miss M. Hughes, Miss Y. Rudd. Miss Eliza Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Johnson, Rev. Jessie McGarra, Chicago; Miss Eunice Summers, Rev. and Mrs. McPherson, Mr. H. Montgomery, Mrs. Elizabeth Hines, Mrs. Helen McCoy. Mrs. Ruth Majors. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew White, Indianapolis; Mrs. B. Caston, Mr. and Mrs. Mc Gee, Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Revels, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Ball, Mrs. A. Martin, Mrs. A. Pleasant and Mother Pleasant. Other highlights of the conven tion will appear in our next issue. — Tidbit Of News About Folk We Know Mr. Manuel Durr of Canton was the week-end guest of his sister. Mrs. L. A. Harris, 810 West Pas cagoula Street, where he was the recipient of special courtesies that made his visit a delightful one. Mr. Durr has many friends here who were all delighted to see him. He also visited another sister here, Mrs. M. L. Lowe. Mrs. Hazle Foote of Chicago is a visitor in the city as the guests of Mrs. Robert Calhoun, 128 E. Pas cagoula St., where courtesies are being extended to her. Mrs. M. L. Martin, 200 Pleasant Avenue, left the city last week for Memphis, Tenn., where she is the I guest of her sister, other relatives , and friends. She will be honored ! guest at several social affairs while j in the Blumm City. Mrs. Martin | is a popular seamstress of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Dixon. West Pearl Street, returned to their home which they share with Mrs. I William, Mr. Dixon’s mother, af ter spending several months in Chi cago, where he was employed. He will enter a branch of the United States Armed Service soon. Mr. J. E. McNeamer, daughter Essie Lee and niece, Mrs. Marie Austin, motored to Vicksburg or Tuesday to attend the funeral ol ! their sister-in-law and aunt, Mrs Jannie Moore, who passed away in St. Louis, Mo., several days ago Mrs. Moore had recently visited in Jackson several weeks after at tending the funeral of her sister the late, Mrs. Birda McNeamer, who died after receiving injuries at the Magee Laundry. Mrs. Bettie Johnson has returned to her home, 210 E. Davis Street, after a pleasant visit to Hickory Mississippi, to see her brother, Pvt Roosevelt Ford who is now sta tioned at Camp Mackall, N. C She also visited relatives and friends in Newton. She was ac companied home by Mrs. Inez Pru itt, who visited with her a few days. Mrs. Ruth Luckett Moore has as her houseguests, her brother, Mr. Howard Luckett of Chicago, 111. Cpl. Johnnie Grockerham from Camp Forrest, Tenn., was home during the past week to see his wife, Mrs. Gladys Crockerham. Mr. Mora Patterson, son of Mrs. Grace Duckworth, 323 Fortification St., was home several days recent ly on his furlough. He left Friday, August 13 for Great Lakes, 111., where heis stationed in the U. S. Navy. -/ Rev. H. Bradley of Webb, for merly of Jackson, Miss., is in Jack son attending the National Conven tion at Christ Temple Church of Christ Holiness. Staff Sgt. John, Pfc. Henry, Pvt. ! Frank and Wayne Bogan were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bogan, 223 George Street last week. They were here to the funeral of their grandmother, Pfc. James Bogan who is doing over sea duty was unable to*be at the funeral. Miss Jessie Lee Taylor has re turned from Meridian where she visited her aunt, Mrs. Susie Grant. Miss Alberta Horne, charming young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Horne of Chicago, is in the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. Walter Johnson, 1002 Flora Avenue. Be fore returning to her home she will visit her grandmother, Mrs. Alberta Horne of Rankin County. Cpl. Dennis Sweet is stationed somewhere in England and his wife and family are living with relatives in Vicksburg, Miss., for the duration. LINCOLN ADDITION NEWS Mrs. LulaWilson of Crosby, Miss., visited in the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell last week end. Baby Campbell was sick last week, but is recuperating nicely at present. Some of the people of this com munity have been attentive to the Convention at the 1st Temple this week. We hope this meeting will be helpful to everyone. Mrs. Julia Mae Day was visitor in the home of her m6ther-in-law, Mrs. Sis Day last week. She re ports an enjoyable trip. Mrs. Ruth Hodge of Clinton, Miss., is visiting her sister, there porter, Mrs. Eugene Davis. An a£ed lady, Mrs. Alice Single ton, sister of Mr. Henry Ford of Lincoln Addition, died August 13. This good woman was born in Clai borne County. There she spent her youth days moving to Jackson, Miss., in 1901 where she lived the rest of her life. She was a Christ ian woman and greatly loved. She leaves three brothers, Mr. Henry Ford, Jackson, Miss.; Will Ford, Clarksdale, Miss.; Marshall Ford. Little Rock, Ark., and one nephew in camp. William Johnson Bethlehem Center News The OPA Consumer Education group of the William Johnson Bethlehem Center will hold a Con sumer Education mass meeting. Monday evening, August 30th, at Collins Funeral Home Chapel, 415 N. Farish Street. Mr. Holcomb, connected with the Hinds County Health Department is guest speak er. Mr. Holcomb's address will be on “Malaria Control.” Moving pic tures will be shown. Everyone is cordially invited to be present. Mr. John H. Powell, Jr. is mak ing plans to organize a “Working Boys’ Club.” This club will in clude boys and young men who have some leisure time during the morning hours. The club will be of an informational nature.together with regular group discussions on subjects selected by the group. Bas ket ball, ping pong, and other games will be featured. The Boy Scout Troop No. 53 will meet as usual at the Center Aug ust 31, at 7:30 p. m. All members are urged to be present to discuss and evaluate the public program, and Court of Honor held at 8 p. m. on Friday night, August 27th, at Lanier High School auditorium. The Junior Music Club and the Choir of the William Johnson Bethlehem Center met Tuesday, August 24, for their final meeting of the summer session. Miss Ruth M. Carryer, Supervisor, awarded certificates to the club members who were outstanding in attend ance and faithful work. They were: Ola Manning and Colleen Manning. The club members were served delicious refreshments. These clubs will resume their activities Tuesday, September 7th, at 10 o’clock. The Red Cross Home Nursing Committee is a Hinds County Com mittee, authorized by t he Red Cross to plan and set up classes in Home Nursing. There is a gi-eat need for such classes to be organiz ed to help relieve the strain on civilian medical doctors and nurses. This committee will hold its first meeting at the Center Friday, Aug ust 27, at 5:30 p. m. •--—__‘ i Tattling Tess— Now just how did you say your girl friend got her black eye Cli fort? A car wreck, eh? When Soffie comes on the scene, everybody else had just as well disappear, as far as Norman is con cerned. Gloria Goodloe is it really true that Percy Boddie and Albert Huchings are your heartbeats now —what about Rudolph Holden? Rudolph Holden is home on his furlough. Wonder what poor Ers ley Youngblood will do, it seems that Rudolph can get all of Bleeds chicks. There seems to be a new ro mance between Mary Louise Davis and Robert Sikes. What’s your' story, Richard? Vera Eatmon, be yourself! It is1 no use of your putting on, because’ Chicago is packed full of south rn hep cats. Hurry up Babe and get! back your natural size, because you' are losing your Venus shape. Frank Robinson has arrived home from his vacation and Mattie Beas ley and Laura Farish seems to be mighty happy over the fact. Playboy Buster Banks has quieted down. He’s not much in evidence now—what’s wrong, fel ow? A number of folk would appre ciate it very much if Junior Den ton would mind his own business and leave other folk's alone. INTENTIONS TO WED Will Blunston, 312 Garner St — Annie Thompson, 412 People's Al ley. Charlie Adams—Janie Mack. Morris Townsley, 109 W. Oak ley, City—Mary Louise Hubbard, Starr, Miss. Johnnie Lee Davis, 96 Riggins— Mary Lee Minor, 247 E. Hamilton St. James Brown—Luvenia Battle, R. 1, Jackson. Luke Taylor—Celia Robertson, 213 Factory St. James Ware, R. 2, Jackson—Lou ise Price, 227 Whitfield St. Esly Jenkins, 2108 Pleasant Ave. —Mary Emanuel, R. 1, Clinton. Harol Ross, 1519 Froost St., Kan sas City, Kansas—Gladys Massie, Flora, Miss. Booker T. Dennis, 704 Bloom— Doris Finley, 331 Grayson’s Alley. Willie Huey Tucker, 1118 Deer park St.—Monica Maud Marshall, 619 Rose St. John Henry Cage, 160 Dewit St., City—Elnora Candy, Flora, Miss. Malcolm Needham, 511 Bloom St. —Willie Bell Samuels. Joe Bransom—Polly Ann Brown, Crystal Springs, Miss. B. W. Alexander—Esther Belle Johnson, 612 N. Mill St. Louis C. McCray, Starks, Fla.— Wilma Gamlin, 2902 W. Capital. Ed Hill, 159 Adelle - St.—Roberta Bryant, 174 Livingston St. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us at the death of our beloved husband and father, Mr. Perry Mitchell. Many thinks for the beautiful floral offerings. All have our ev erlasting gratitude. Signed: MRS. NORA MITCHELL, AND FAMILY. 2657 Prosperity St. Lawyer (to tearful young wo man)—Yes, a divorce would cost you about $200. Woman?—Don’t be ridiculous? That’s entirely too much. Besides I can have him shot for $50. * Don’t let the boys on the fronts down—Buy War Bonds today! CASH Paid For Good USED CARS ROBINSON BROTHERS » * Dealers PLYMOUTH-DESOTA Amite St. Jackson, Miss. | ♦ I WE CAN’T FAIL THEM NOW! | <► j I LET S MAKE THE 3RD WAR LOAN A QUICK | SUCCESS—BACK UP YOUR SOLDIER OR MA- f RINE ALL THE WAY. I ★- I j The 3rd War Loan Starts j I September 9 I J. H. CURKIN J 1 VICKSBURG, MISS. I 13rd War Loan Drive Starts September 9 BACK THE ATTACK—WITH WAR BONDS! Potts Super-Service 1 Super-Shell Gas and Oils i Tires Goodyear Batteries I Phone 421 Cotton and Clay Sts. VICKSBURG, MISS. | Buy War Bonds and Stamps Farmers’ Seed & Supply Co. INCORPORATED SEEDS—FEEDS—FARM SUPPLIES i Phone 144 1517 Washington St. VICKSBURG, MISS. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS WITH THE MONEY YOU SA.VE WHEN YOU TRADE AT J. R. CAIN GROCERY and MEAT MARKET Fresh Vegetables in Season—Oysters Phene 862 VICKSBURG, MISS. Route 1, Box 74-B I 1 “T^Te'd” “Always a Good Show” “ BALCONY f\ II m T ill ¥ T T\ 17 BALCONY c” ttW 1UKY -s Including Tax w * * Including Tax - Jackson, - PHONE 3-1711 - Miss. .„„T^T-T MONDAY AND TUESDAY, AUGUST 30-31 DOUBLE FEATURE VARIETY BILL! LET US CHECK YOUR CAR! Electrical—Battery Carburetor and Brake AUTOMOBILE TECHNICIANS JACKSON MOTOR CLINIC Formerly Johnson Battery Service FRONT END ALIGNMENT AND WHEEL BALANCING SERVICE 124 E. AMITE ST. JACKSON, MISS. meam | Company JflCKSOn, MISS. . 229 S..Congress St. Phone 4-4036 Rubber Hose Dishes J Ice Tea Glasses Kerosene Lamps Enamel Cooking Utensils Stone Churns Stone Mixing Bowls I EVERETT HARDWARE CO. 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Phone 4-9379 Fannin Road wanonnBBnBnHnBBBBHHi “WHERE TO GO PROBLEM’, “Our Service is the Best, Our Food is too. • ' And That Means W’ere Expecting You.” Always At— Stevens Bar-B-Q and Chicken Inn “The South’s Finest Food and Service” Stevens Tourist Home Clean, Cozy and Comfortable Rooms * Stevens Umbrella Garden An Atmosphere of Southern California and Florida, Right Here in Jackson < HIGHWAY 49—Pocahontas Road Phone for Reservation r Tourist Home 3-3186, BarB-Q Inn 4-9265 [ HENRIETTA STEVENS, Prop, i WILLIE STEVENS, Mgr.