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Spring Dance At Skating Rink, Music By The Rhythm Aces, April 28,1944 : ^-.r— Kosciusko News Mrs. C. A. Garland, Reporter General News Woman’s Day Celebration will be held at Christian Liberty M. B. church, beginning April 24, thru the 30th. 1944. On Monday night the program will be sponsored by the Junior Mission and B.Y.P.U. and sermon delivered by Rev. J. Roberts, pastor of A. M. E. Zion church. Collectmn by officer of & Zion church. Tuesday night, Home Mission Society in charge, sermon by Rev. N. Cross. St. Mark. Collection by l choice of home mission. Wednesday, sermon by Rev. N. B. Brooks, Silas Grove and the First Baptist church. Collection by officers of said churches. Thursday, sermon by Rev. B. F. Watkins, New Garden. Sewing Cir cle in charge. Music by College Glee Club. Collection by officers of New Garden. Friday, Rev. B. T. Jackson, M. E. Church, Sunday school in charge. Collection by officers of the M. E Church. Sunday, Grand Rally, each mem ber shall pay part of his pledge. 10:30 a m., Sunday school, Supt. L. B. Turner in charge. 11:00 a.m. morning worship. Sermon by Rev. S. L. Brown, pastor. Collection and i adjournment. At 3 p.m. the services wall be in charge of Travel Rest and Presby- j terian churches. Deacons Colwall and Coleman pf Marble Rock will have charge of the devotional. Ser mon by Rev. T. R. Brown, Travel Rest. Collection by Deacons, Will Allen, Silas Wooward, White Wood ard and R. L. Carr. Officers: L. T. Coleman, C. L. Brantley. Deacons, R. C. Clark, G. R. Clark, M. Miller, N. H. Kyles. Trustees: Albert Dodd, George Collins, N. Tigue. Rev. S. L. Brown, Pastor. L. B. Turner, secretary. On the past Sunday the students of C.M.C. attended the service of Rev. S. L. Brown which were soul stirring. At 3 o’clock the Easter program was given and enjoyed by all. The 8th grade class in sponsoring a play on Friday night, the title is, “Nobody’s Darling.” Everyone is invited. Admission 10 and 15 cents Visitors Mr. Jimmie Garland of Goodman; Mrs. Love, mother of Murlean Love who visited on the campus Wed nesday of this week. We were also glad to have two of our former students, Louise McKay and Aaron Jourgiclan back on the campus Wednesday after having been out of school several weeks. There was a 4-H Club meeting held at C.M.C. on Monday. Some very interesing points and infor mation was on planning a victory garden were brought by the Home Demonstrator, Mrs. Lenora Little Sigers. Campus Chatter Imagine Mi ss Alick not hearing from her boy friend in the navy for three weeks. She is very worried. Wonder why Ruby Coleman is so glad today, i t must be because Aaron is here from Pickens. Annie Thelma Smith is strickly around with the hep cat Jack Coop er. Tell me who it i s Prntiss Gee. E. C. Ehters, or William Journey? Edka Mae Jones don't say much since Mack Bell has become so hipped. Annie Ruth Johnson is strickly on the level with Curtis Cotton, you had better watch out Louis McCoy. Wonder what’s worring Louise Gee so much these days? Callie Barton said she isn’t wor ried since she saw Mancy Coleman from Memphis, last Saturday. J. D. Winters is on the beam and you girls had better watch her. Roosevelt Riley says that Pvt. Richard Collins is on from the mail she receives. Virginia Mae Bush was worried until she received a letter from Frank Patterson and then her wor ries vanished. Ella B. Ward is receiving plenty of mail from Willie E. Gowins si nee he left for Detroit. Mazelle Bentley and Ella B. Gre gory are worried since the McMil lion ebrothers have not been back to school. Thelma Garland is back in school is so lonesome since Richard left. Clara Clark is around with the soldiers. Imagine Thelma Garland Receiv ing mail from Pennsylvania, watch her Ruby Silas, there is something behind that. Thelma Garland loves Curtis Cot ton, Curtis loves Annie R. and Annie R. loves Louis McKay. Strange things are hapening since Miss You Kndw Who had to pay $5. The recently made Mrs. Moore has joined the 12th grade class, what’s wrong with her girls, she does not get around much. Callie Barton is all out for E. after a few weeks vacation, she C. Ester, what is your story Pren tiss? You had better watch her Walter Coleman. Pontotoc News Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckley and baby visited relatives and friends in College Hill Sunday. Mr. Herman Stewart has re turned to St. Louis after a few days visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Mable Algood was honored with a birthday party recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Beckon, quite a number were pres ent. Games were played and en ioyed. Tiie hostess served delicious efreshments. Mrs. Willie Davis has returned from Memphis, Tenn., where she enjoyed a pleasant visit with her sisters and brothers. Rev. Givans was the dinner guest Sunday of Mrs. Dora Cole nan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley McGlarn at tended the singing convention at Myrtle, Miss., Sunday. The First Sunday evening in May the Baptist Training Union of Pontotoc Baptist church will sponsor a boy and girl contest. The boy and girl having the highest amount of money will be crowned king and queen and given prizes. Help your favorite boy and girl win. Sunday, April 23 at McDonald M. E. church there will be a sing ing contest all singers are asked to come and take a part. Every one is invi ted to come out and enjoy this day. COLONNA’S MUSTACHE Bob Hope wears a moustache copied after Colonna’s famed hir sute in opening and closing se quences in Paramount’s “Road To Utopia,” in which he again teams with Bing Crosby and Dorothy La mour. Visit Your Own Community Store— VALLEY SANDWICH SHOP MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY STORE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS Park Washington, Prop. 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