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Hill Reynold School News Jackson, Miss. STAFF Editor-In-Chief_Herbert Hoover Asst. Editor-Charles Brown General News Editor_ -Cannis Tippins Style Editor-Ethel Lee McGee Sports Editor. Forrest Ann Wright Secretary-Lucille Stubbs Business Manager—Leroy Anderson Hill-Reynolds School News Poet’s Corner Here are a few “smiles” that The Tiger would like to share with its readers. They have really made the Tiger smile. Dick: I have been thinking of asking a girl to marry me, what do you think? Helm: I think it's a good idea, if you ask me. Jones (discouraged): Yes, I had some money in the bank, but since I njejt yuur daughter it- is gone. Father: Expensive courtship eh? Well, you know love makes the world go round. Jones: Yes, but I didn’t think it would make me lose my balance. Farmer: This is a dogwood tree. Tourist: How can you tell? Farmer: From its bark. There is a tale going around about a Harvard man who enlisted in the Army as a private. He had been in the service only a few weeks when his captain posted a notice on the bulletin board. The Harvard man read it and sniffed. It’s pretty hard,” he told another soldier to take orders from a man who knows no better than to end a sentence with a preposition.” The Captain overheard him, next day the Bulletin carried this notice: “There is in this company a certain amount of insubordination up with which I shall not put." This month is the birth month of two famous Americans, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Perhaps it is interesting to know that a “Washington Tree’ is to be planted in honor of this Washing ton. Here is a poem, “On planting a Washington Tree” by Robert Sparks Walker. Would you like to read it? Young tree, you should be very glad To take the name of Washington; You are a lovely sylvan lad And your career is now begun You may stand here both night and day Would Washington not grieve to know That in our greed and selfishness Let’s All Back The Attack With War Bonds O. K. CLEANERS A COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE Phone 666 Canton, Miss. TRY— Johnson’s A-4 The Great Liver, Kidney, Stomach, and Blood Med icine. And . . . L. & K. Salts Formerly known as Liver and Kidney Salts. Con tains: Magnesium Sulph ate, Potassium Sulphate, Formin. Ben Johnson Drug Co. Canton, Miss. V T V W W TfT WWWTVWWVT W VT T WHILE IN CANTON VISIT Joe & Lovie’s Place Brightest Spot For Colored Between Memphis and Jackson JOE CATCHINGS, Prop. 331 Hickory Street CANTON, MISS. Our forest trees have been laid low Until we sense signs of distress From furrowed fields and barren land Where hunger stalks the empty hand? May you, Tree Washington, renew His principles and lift them high Into the Heaven’s azure blue, That thoughtful men, when pass ing through Will raise their heads into the sun And glean the thoughts of Wash ington. General News The Luxis Club was pleased to have Prof. Harper, our state direc tor, speak to the entire Junior High School Department Monday after noon during the Luxis Club meet ing. Both the Jim Hill and Sallie Rey nolds students are cooperating beautifully with the P.-T. A. in the scrap paper collection .drive, the . proceeds of which will go for the indigent children. Everybody present enjoyed the Silver Tea given in the home of Eugene Neat, Sunday afternoon. From the beautiful singing we hear, seems as if the Luxis play,, Jephatha and His Daghter is going 1 to be very good, at least we hope I so. Don't forget the Luxis King and ■ Queen Contest will close February 14—somebody is going to win. The fourth grade class sponsored by Miss Loach won the banner for ( this week. This class purchased ¥14.00 worth of stamps. Everybody’s Business Lillie Bell Wymns is very pop- ^ ular although she was sitting in ' the corner at the Silver Tea Sun- ' day. The Tiger would like for you to : do some guessing about an attrac- ' tive girl in 9-2. Two boys brought ' her home safely, Mercus Whitfield and Alvin Gus Lee. But who was the girl? s*ia Julius Tatum opened up a post office at the Silver Tea with an air mail special for Emma Ree Harper. Lillie Bell Wymn finally became popular at the Post Office. She received a postal telegram from that famous Mr. J. D. Burse. And don’t forget Mr, Marcus Whitfield, the boys had to go into the postoffice and tear u phis nail because he coudn't answer all of them. At least the boys didn’t want him to answer them. Why R. C. doesn’t talk to certain girls in 9-2 we have learned is be cause some new neighbor has moved in his block. We hope this will not prove to be serious. Here is a letter that has been written to Solomen Eegrest, let’s all read it. Dear Mr. egrest: We find that your lights are go ing out. We hope you see where you are going but it can’t be done in the dark. Pal we feel for you. We want to help you but we can’t find you in the dark. Your pal, A. Tiger. Crystal Springs News H. J. Wolfe, Reporter Funeral services for Mr. Will Terry who died Jan. 29, will be held Sunday, Feb. 6, at 3:00 p. m. from the Methodist church. All the friends will be glad to know that Miss Eunice E. Powell returned home Sunday, Jan. 30, from a trip to the Delta, where she visited Mr. F. S. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Powell are the proud parents of a baby girl who was born the 18th of January. She is a fine baby and has been ?iven the name of Gladys. Mrs. Powell has been confined at the R. H. Green Annex and while she was there her mother-in-law took :are of the baby. The Missionary ladies of the Mt. Wade Church enjoyed a wonderful lay Sunday, January 31, the ser mons were preached by the Revs. Vathan Bozeman and Robert Wat son. Offering taken was $10.13. Mrs. Pearl Bishop of Hatties burg, Miss., Mrs. Roxie Murray of St. Louis, and Mrs. Bessie Rea Bish op ,a registered nurse of St. Louis, Vlo., nieces of Mrs. V. A. Wolfe, spent a short while in the home of Visit Your Own Community Store— VALLEY SANDWICH SHOP MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY STORE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS Park Washington, Prop. HAZLEHURST, MISS. It’s the Tops in Beauty, Comfort, Exclusiveness THE TIP TOP CLUB Located on Whitfield-Mill Road North of the Airport Highway STEAK — CHOPS — CHICKEN Sunday Dinner A Speciality i Special Reservations for Clubs and Parties Call 4-5991 All Guests Must Present Membership Cards ELBERT TOPPS, Mgr. Recapping Tires Our Speciality Our Service Is Expert and Speedy The National Recap Shop Cor. Woodrow Wilson and Bailey Ave. W. Jackson P. 0. Box 2242 Phone 4-7374 Jackson, Miss. r——■— i We Pay Cash For Used Cars WE ALSO HAVE OVER 100 CLEAN USED CARS FOR SALE AND TRADE 1940-1941 PLYMOUTHS — DODGES — CHEVROLETS MERCURYS — OLDS — STUDEBAKERS DeSOTOS — PONTIACS — FORDS These Cars Have Been Personally Selected! MADISON AUTO SALES Collin Lane — Rodney Henderson — Buck Flowers 227-229 E. Pascagoula St. — Dial 2-3054 PONTIAC DEALER IN JACKSON IVEr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfe ol Crystal Springs. They also visitec cousins in Jackson. They were in deed happy to have their nieces vis it them. Miss Tomora Griffin, a teachei in the Mt. Wade School, was a re cent visitor in the home of the Misses Ora Lee and Myldred Wolfe Funeral services for Mrs. Mar> Newell were held at the Good Hope Baptist church, Monday af ternoon, Jan. 31, with the Rev. E M. Porter officiating, and funeral arrangements in charge of Peoples Funeral Home. Mrs. Newell de parted this life on Jan. 26, at the home of her son, Mr. Robert New ell. She was 71 years of age. She is survived by seven children three daughters, Mrs. Pearlie Smith of Crystal Springs, Mrs. Mary Joane Kairk Yazoo City, Mrs. Mattie Smy lie Hazlehurst, and four sons Robert, Monroe, Prank and John nie Newell, all of Crystal Springs, She also left 29 grandchildren and 21 great grand children, a host oi relatives and friends. To Mrs. Willie Mae Lackey, who has married again: I am asking her to please put in for her divorce from C. D. Lackey or she will be in trouble in two months. I am notifying her now: Signed: Mrs. L. C. Lackey. Card of Thanks We take this method of express ing our sincere thanks to our many friends for their kind ser vices rendered during the illness and death of our mother, Mrs. Mary Newell. I constantly thank and bless you. * JL X 1 XXJ1VX XVXMXJ ■“ ' " ~. I BUY BONDS FOR BOMBS FOR TOKYO Get That Extra Bond Today VOGUE LADIES APPAREL E. Capitol St. Jackson, Miss. LET’S ALL BACK THE ATTACK WITH WAR BONDS JACKSON POULTRY MKT: GRADE A MILK FED POULTRY Phone 2-1237 104 Griffith St. Jackson, Miss. VISIT OUR NEW PLACE COON’S PLACE West Jackson’s Most Exclusive Cafe Fine Food and Excellent Service SARAH LEE, Prop. 839 Rose St. Near Drummond’s Corner For Electric Work of All Kinds WILLIE DAVIS CALL 3-2479 or 4-6072 Res. 210 Holman Street Jackson, Miss. —M—M—mi ■■ ■■ mi Have Your Garments Tailored At— ROGERS TAILOR SHOP PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED REGARDLESS OF FORM- CURVES CROSS ROADS OR CORNERS A. D. ROGERS, Tailor 524 N. Farish Street Jackson, Miss. Dial 4-4177 I Follow The Crowd To j THE BLUE FLAME THE SWANKIEST CLUB IN JACKSON | WHERE YOU I Dine and Dance I • 1 Private Dining Rooms | Phone 4-9195 | Fannin Road East Jackson | JOE CATCHINGS, Prop. | ry about James Ervin leaving, for there is some one else to take his place. Is it true that R. B. McClain sat up all night at Margaret Ree’s house? It looks as if he will have sense enough to go home. Louie Lee Williams hurruy and get hipped t ocoming nome and stop staying out all night. Annie Lee Washington get hip ped to yourself and pull off your false face. Fosie Lee Franklin you had bet ter fly right and don’t get hipped to L. S. because Ethel Ree S. will drop a bomb and you will get hurt. Is it true that L. L. S. had a good time and lost his shoe heel in Terry? Ethel M. Bond, fly right, and stop trying to act as if you are a Here’s Where To Eat— The Best of Food and Service for your money Breakfast—Lunch Regular Dinners Sandwiches of All Kinds Bar-B-Cue MILL & OAKLEY Cafe Where Everybody Eats Cor. Mill and Oakley Sts EDWARD LEE, Prop. Jackson, Miss. BE READY FOR WINTER DRIVING Drive in for Free Inspection “Save Everything’ STARTERS GENERATORS IGNITION Used Cars Bought and Sold POLK’S BATTERY SERVICE PHONE 3-1234 Jackson, Mississippi ■ BACK THE ATTACK WITH WAR BONDS Puckett Brothers Wholesale Distributors DRUGS — NOTIONS SUNDRIES — NOVELTIES 413 W. 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