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THE TIGER
Hill Reynold School News
Jackson, Miss.
STAFF
Editor-In-Chief-Herbert Hoover
Asst. Editor-Charles Brown
General News Editor_
-Canni8 Tippins
Style Editor_Ethel Lee McGee
Sports Editor__Forrest Ann Wright
Secretary-... .Lucille Stubbs
Business Manager..Leroy Anderson
Hill-Reynolds School News
General News
Hello everybody! This is Troop
62 reporting again. We are still
working hard for Second Class
rank. Our patrols are working to
gemer nicely.
The Beaver Patrol under the
leadership of Myrtis L. Boler is
working on arts and crafts. They
are designing different types of
articles out of clay. ,
The BufcJr Bee Patrol under the
leadership of Lucille M. Miller is
enthusiastically working on their
second class rank. They are also
working in the field of art and
craft. They are going to bring in
an original design at the next meet
ing.
The Tiger Patrol under the lead
ership of Inez; Baldwin also de
cided to work in the field of art
and craft. They too, will design
some models out of clay.
All of the girls of Troop 62 are
really trying ttheir best to live up
to their slogan and motton: “Do
a good turn daily” and “Be pre
pared.”
Seaman first class Frank James
Clark is here on a furlough visit
ing his parents and sisters. He is
now stationed at Oakley, Califor
nia.
Second grade section two has a
new classmate, Ezelle Robinson, of
Los Angeles, California. We are
glad to have her in our class.
We are very glad to learn that
Miss Davenport, one of our teachers
is doing nicely at the Baptist hos
pital, and hope she will soon return
to duty.
Let us not forget to do our best
in the Pew Rally that is scheduled
for the 3rd Sunday in this month
at Pratt Memorial Church.
The sale of stamps and bonds is
yet going in the Hill and Reynold
schools.
The entire personnel of the Jim
Hill school rejoice with little Ed
ward Smith of 7-1 and his brother
who is in the 9-1 in their over
whelming victory irf the sale of
stamps and bonds for the Daily
News during the 4th War Loan.
They sold $510.00 worth of bonds
and stamps. As a xesuU pftheir ef
forts they are recipients of a $25.00
Bond. f
Everybody’s Business
George Morris laughs so much
until he makes Frank McFall sick.
His brother says he laughs like
that at home. Maybe if he dodn’t
eat so many rolls he wouldn’t laugh
so much.
We heard that Earnest Catching
was coming home soon. We know
Margie will be glad to see him.
It seems as if Jane Washington
and Darlean are having trouble,
we wonder if that seems cute? Isn’t
it funny that everything seems to
do better than human beings.
Eugene Neat is telling all mem
bers of the slickers who are around
now to watch their steps. Humph
the Tiger growls more than that
need to watch their steps.
The boy sin 9-2 seem to fight all
the time wit htheir tongues. We
wonder what’s behind it all? or is
it real or make-believe.
Let’s all cry. Eugene Neat is go
ing to join the Navy, March 20. We
wonder however, what’s wrong
wrong Solomon? We know Walter
Thompson and someone else will
be glad.
Poor Lillie Bell and N. T. don’t
get around much anymore.
He is a little more sad news, Levi
will soon be in the Navy.
Styles
Well, it will not be long now be
fore spring peeps around the cor
ner. The students are really rush
ing her with their lovely hairdos,
bows, socks and cute suits. The
more you rush her the better it
will be for the farmers. Keep the
good work up children.
The War Food Administration
has announced that packers have
been authorized to release over 3 Vz
mililon pounds of dried apples, and
nearly a million pounds of cur
rants for sale to civilians.
Kosciusko News *
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Published and Edited by Students
of C. M. College, Kosciusko, Miss. \
Sunday, March 5, was another ^
day of “Spiritual Feast” at the q
First Baptist Church. At 9:30 Sun- j
day morning Sunday School was t]
opened by Supt. Harroway. For
30 minutes the various departments
were engaged in the study of “Je- ^
sus Urges His Disciples To Watch."
Mrs. L. K. Atwood has the work t]
of the boys “Crusaders” and is v
making a fine method in trying to p
lift the youth on higher plane. 0
Each Monday afternon at 4:00
o’clock, the Sunshine Band holds b
its meetings. Send your children g
between the ages of 5 and 9 to si
this meeting, if you wantthem to
shine for Jesus. h
The Building Club Fund led by ^
Mrs. Mallett, Mrs. Elma Holsey and t]
Mi's. Mary Sandford sponsored a a
program Sunday night, featuring
the Carthage quartette singers. $20 c
was raised. d
If you need spiritual food that
will strengthen your soul so that
you will not fail. Through a per
ilous and war torn world as we b
are now in. Come out and hear
Rev. Ingram. The 2nd and 4th
Sundays of each month.
The Ministeral Alliance of Kos
ciusko meets Wednesday of each
week at 4:00 o’clock at C. M. C.
This group meets to discuss prob
lems and teach Bible lessons. All
ministers are invited to attend.
President, Rev. S. L. Brown; Sec
retary, S. L. Hunt
The Winona basket ball team
will play a game on the C. M. C.
Campus Tuesday begining at 1:00
o’clock.
The P.-T. A. met at the College
Tuesday evening and had a very
interesting meeting. Plans were
discussed for the school’s Victory ;
Garden. President, A. L. Bell. Sec- ^
retary, Mrs. C. A. Garland. |
The Attala County Training 1
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Visit Your Own |
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Community Store— |
VALLEY SANDWICH 1
SHOP
MEAT MARKET AND 1
GROCERY STORE
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
FRESH VEGETABLES
AND FRUITS
Park Washington, Prop.
HAZLEHURST, MISS.
shool sponsored a “Trip Around
he World” Tuesday night, March
h.
lsitors on the Campus This Week
Pfc. Johnie McReynolds, Pfc. Van
anner, both of Pacafic Grove,
alif., Thelma Rimmer, Edna Mal
■t and Bernice Mallet from De
oit, Michigan. Miss Rosa Alick
ime Monday, March 6, from her
>rmer school, Xaiver Prep, New
rleans, La.
Mr. Sam W. Hunt, wife, and lit
e Charlie Ray, of Bye City, Mich.,
isiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs.
uaic xiuin,, emu aiso sam Hunt, Jr.,
I this town.
Mrs. Mamie Cunningham stopped
y for a short while. We were
lad to have her come and hope
le will come again soon.
We were fortunate enough to
ave two young men from Winona,
liss., on the campus Monday in
le persons of Mr. Willie Green
nd Mr. Edwards.
Mr. C. N. Buchanan was a wel
3me visitor at the College Mon
ay evening.
Campus Chatter
Since the McMillion brothers are
ack on the campus, Mazell Bent
ley and Ella B. Gregory are look
ing mighty happy. '
Say Ella B. Ward make up your 1
mind and let us know which one
of tohes fellows you like, Jack <
Cooper or Bobbie Burt. i
Essie Mae Rash is falling for
Doff Kimbrew in a big way. You 1
had better watch out Martha Dodd.
I know some of the chicks are '
glad V. M. Bush and Frank have
called it off.
I don’t know but I think Nelia
Nash has fallen for Frank since
V. M. put him down.
X UUIlIt nxillie JAUU1 15 vcijr 1UHC
some Rosie Lee Carter went home
for a few days to visit her brother
from Chicago.
I don’t know but I think Miss
Louise Gee is cutting out on Mr.
Bennie L. Raford with Mr. W. E.
Gowins.
I don’t know but I think Mr.
Johnson is cutting out on Miss
Carter with Miss Bentley.
Mr. L. B. Esters is cutting out
on Miss Bush with Miss Dorothy
Alexander.
Mr. E. C. Esters was over to the
college to see Miss A. T. Smith
Sunday afternoon. Mr. McCoy was
over to see Miss Annie Ruth John
son.
Give to the Red Cross NOW!
Dipsey-Dooley
Barber Shop and
Poolroom
For a Hair Cut that Pleases
and a few hours of Pleasure,
visit here.
T. G. AVERHART, Prop.
262 East Fortification
JACKSON, MISS.
Give Your Hair the
Best Care!
<rWhere There’s Beauty
There’s Charm”
Visit
NAOMI’S
Beauty Shoppe
Courteous, Experienced
Service
HAIR-STYLING
A SPECIALTY
Naomi Terrell, Prop.
1721 Morehouse St.
Dial 3-4773
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.
I VISIT THE - I
ASH STREET GROCERY
Your Neighborhood Grocery Store I
Fancy and Staple Groceries I
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables — Quality Meats I
Burr Brown, Mgr. I
146 E. Ash St. Jackson, Miss, f
Recapping Tires Our Speciality
Our Service Is Expert and Speedy
The National Recap Shop
Cor. Woodrow Wilson and Bailey Ave.
W. Jackson P. O. Box 2242 Phone 4-7374
Jackson, Miss. <
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We Pay Cash For Used Cars
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FOR SALE AND TRADE
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1940-1941 PLYMOUTHS — DODGES — CHEVROLETS <
MERCURYS — OLDS — STUDEBAKERS
DeSOTOS — PONTIACS — FORDS <
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These Cars Have Been Personally Selected!
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MADISON AUTO SALES |
Collin Lane — Rodney Henderson — Buck Flowers !
227-229 E. Pascagoula St. — Dial 2-3054
PONTIAC DEALER IN JACKSON
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ALEX’S GROCERY
Market and Cafe
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES—QUALITY
MEATS—GOOD HOME-COOKED FOOD—
SANDWICHES—DRINKS
South Cor. Mill and Oakley Sts. Phone 4-9460
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI
ON DISPLAY I
IMPORTED FABRICS |
from the I
Leonard Custom Tailors Co.
JAS. L. OLIVER, Dealer
at the 1
Farish St. Supply and Smoke Shop I
613 N. Farish St. Dial 2-2482 Jackson, Miss, f
Visit —
PUCKETT’S 5c and 10c
STORE
Conveniently Located at
412 N. Farish St., Opposite
Frazier & Collins Funeral Home
SAME STOCK AND SAME FRICES
As Downtown
Right in the Heart of the Negro
Business District
i Follow The Crowd To |
THE BLUE FLAME
; THE SWANKIEST CLUB IN JACKSON I
| WHERE YOU I
Dine and Dance 1
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| Private Dining Rooms I
I Phone 4-9195 |
Fannin Road East Jackson
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I JOE CATCHINGS, Prop. f
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Mr. Joilten was disappointed !
vhen he found out that Miss Ruby
Coleman was out of town.
Mr. McCool was out to see Miss
jreet Sunday afternon with bells
>n.
Best Wishes To Our Boys
In the Armed Forces!

JOE DETMAN
A FRIEND OF
THIS PAPER
BUY WAR BONDS!
COLUMBIA, MISS.
Best Wishes to our Men in
the Armed Forces!
WALKER BROS.
Phone 23
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS
S. K. Armstrong, Owner
COLUMBIA, MISS.
WHILE IN CANTON VISIT
Joe & Lovie’s
Place
Brightest Spot For Colored
Between Memphis and
Jackson
JOE CATCHINGS, Prop.
331 Hickory Street
CANTON, MISS.
We Satisfy
Hungry People
Good Food at Economical
Prices!
Generous Portion, Friendly
Atmosphere. We can easily
satisfy the biggest of appe
tites, because the prices are
so small. _Dial 4-9271.
COME IN
!
We Sell War Stamps
SHEPHERD’S
KITCHENETTE
604 North Farish Street
Jackson. Miss.
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As I am no longer with Singer Sewing Machine
Company, I will I uy your machine or repair
same.
W. D. WOOD
118 So. Gallatin St. Phones: 4-5476 — 4-6904
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
Ternms Can Be Arranged
CALL 3-2479 or 4-6072
Res. 210 Holman Street Jackson, Miss.
Make This Your Favorite Eating Place
THE BUDWEISER INN
Our Chef Is An Expert — Our Waitresses Clean
And Courteous
REGULAR DINNERS — PLATE LUNCHES
SANOWCHES — DRINKS
BEER
609 N. Farish St. Jackson, Miss.
DANCE i
At The
SKATING RINK
SUNDAY, MARCH 12,1944
Sponsored by Tattling
Tess -- Plenty of Fun!

Music by
RAYS of RHYTHM ORCHESTRA f
From Piney Woods
5:00 until 10:00 Adm. 45c
Take all the Prescriptions you get from any doctor to the Palace Drug
Store. We can fill them right—exactly as your doctor want them.
Also, come in, eat some of Albritton’s good Ice Cream. And take a pint
or quart home for your family, too.
We sometimes have in stock some Kodak Films. Ask for them. Good cold
Beer and many patent Drugs, Cosmetics and Sundries.
PHONE 4-9204
PALACE DRUG STORE
540 N. Farish Street Jackson, Mississippi f

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