JACKSON SOCIAL NEWS
By SARAH McNEAMER HARVEY
MRS. SHEPHERD ENTERTAINED
The beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Stevens on Pocahontas
Road, was the scene of a very in
formal get-to-gether on Thursday
evening when Mrs. Stevens enter
tained honoring Mrs. D. D. Shep
herd who was observing her birth
day anniversary. Others sharing
the Stevens hospitality were Misses
Ruth Golden. Elizabeth Buchanan
and Mrs. Sarah M. Harvey.
VISITS HERE FROM CHICAGO
A very pleasant visitor in the city
during the past week was Mr. W
A. Bell of Chicago, who was guest
in the home of his brother, Mr
Robert Bell and brother in law and
sister, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnson
E. Monument street. Mr. Bell, who
is the youngest brother of Mr.
Bell and Mrs. Johnson has lived
in Chicago for many years and is
in Dining Car Service. While here
he was extended many social cour
tesies, his brother-in-law. Dr. John
son, doing everything possible tc
make his visit an enjoyable one.
VISITS IN MEMPHIS
Traveling on the Panama, Mes
dames Henryetta Stevens and Pearl
Davis left the city for Memphis,
Monday of this week. The ladies
will be guests in the home of Mrs.
Annie Mac Swazze. They will spend
several days in the Bluff City vaca
tioning and shopping.
TENDERED BIRTHDAY PARTY
One of the enjoyable affairs of
, the past week was the party given
! in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char
lie H. Mitchell, 2630, Prosperity
street by Mrs. Charlie Stewart
Mitchell in honor of the birthday
anniversary of her husband. The
hostess served soft drinks, and a
delicious plate luncheon of fried
chicken, potato salad, hot spaghetti
and pickles. Out of town guests
were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Varnado, Mr. W C. Mitchell
and company, Mr. Joe Prichai'd,
Mr. and Mi's. Hopkins, Mrs. Bell,
wife of Dr. Bell of Canton. Mr.
J Mitchell received many useful and
valuable gifts from fi'iends.
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PLYMOUTH — DESOTA
Amite St. Jackson, Miss.
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The Community Bible Class met
at the home of Mrs. Hattie Penry,
2607 Prosperity street with many
members being present. This being
the night for social activities the
hostess served hot chocolate and
cookies. Mrs. Emma Travis sang
as a solo, “Will the Lord Remem
ber me.” The meeting adjourned
to meet at the home of Mrs. Thel
ma Lewis. Mrs. Jimmie M. Harris
president, Mrs. Almeta Holden, act
ing secretary, Mrs. Charlie Ste
wart Mitchell, reporter.
Mrs. Jimmie M. Harris was hon
ored with a surprise birthday party
given by Mescfames Hattie Penry
Edna Whiting and Hazel Howarc
at the home of Mrs. Penry, 2607
Prosperity street, Sunday aftern
! noon, September 10. Mrs. Harris
was greatly pleased and surprisec
and expressed her appreciation a
the thoughtfulness of her friends
She received many beautiful anc
useful presents. The following
guests shared the pleasures of the
evening and the tasty refreshments
i Mrs. Charlie W. Stewart Mitchell
Mrs. Alice J. Gordon, Mrs. Emm;
Travis, Mrs. Juanita Tate, Mrs
Helloise Whisenton, who recently
returned home from Chicago, Mrs
Stampley, Mrs. McKinney anc
Mrs. Norwood. The ladies for the
most part were dressed in nav?
blue, black with white accessorie
| with Mrs. Harris in white linei
and Mrs. Gordon in yellow liner
! The group sang, “Happy Birthda;
; To You,” as Mrs. Harris entered.
MRS. EDWARD LEE
Mrs. Alee Lee, co-owner of th
Mill & Oakley Cafe and wife o
Mr. Edward Lee. prominent busi
ness man of the city left on th
Panama Limited last week fo
! Philadelphia. Pa., where she is th
! house guest of her aunts, Mrs. Wil
lie Thompson and Miss Annie Be
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Thompson. Here she was joined
over the week end by her son, Pvt.
Edward Lee, Jr., who is stationed
at Bradley Field, Conn., and they
visited in New Jersey and New
York. Before returning to her home
somjetime in October, Mrs. Lee
will visit relatives and friends in
Chicago, and Gary, Ind. In Gary
she will be guest in the home of hex
foster mother, Mrs. Annie B.
Of much interest to their many
friends is the announcement made
by Mr. Ralph Hilialrd and Miss
Thelma Banyard of their marriage
which took place, Monday, Septem
ber 25. The very quiet cex-emony
was performed in the presence of
only the immediate members of
the family. Mrs. Ilililard is the
daughter of Mrs. Gabereller Craw
ford, a graduate of Lanier High
; School and a popular beautician
at the Davis Beauty Shoppe. Mr.
• Hiliard is a member of a promi
nent family who lives north of
HONORS SON WITH
Master Nelson Young, Jr., was
1 honored with - a birthday party at
1 the home of his mother. Mrs. R. T.
Williams, 2116 Lily Street, Sunday
' evening. Mrs. Williams, always a
* charming and courteous hostess had
everything beautifully arranged for
the birthday party. Many friends of
5 the young honored guest were
1 present to share the pleasure of the
■ various games played and the tasty
refreshments served. Some of those
pesent wei'e: Hines Shaw, Jr., E. W.
Nelson, Cleveland Henderson, Rob
ert Brown. Harold Everett, Doris
B. Thornton. Ellen L. Epps, Carrie
2 L. Brown, Evelyn Williams, Mas
f ter Young is a student of Lanier
- High School, a boy scout, a member
2 of a group of singers and is Active
r in church auxiliaries. He is the
c grandson of Mrs. M. L. Martin, well
- known seamtress.
The contest is on between Junior
Denton and Buster Banks — the
prize will be the new chick in
town who lives on Monument St.
We are sorry Buster, but all indi
cations show that Junior is the fa
vored one, however knowing your
way with the fair sex, we can
only sit back and wait.
Fredrick Robinson, now install
ed at Lanier Hi. says that his girl
worries are all over, in fact there
are so many there to suit his fan
cy, that he’s thinking of getting a
secretary to keep his dates straight.
Eddie Robinson says he must
give Gus Polk credit, for knowing
how to pick the kind of chicks
that suit him fine, he says the one
Gus grought to the dance Sunday
night from Canton was a killcr
diller—he says too that Darloan is
alright, but he just isn’t the one
who runs after girls—we wonder.
Wonder what happened to the
Willie F. Catching and Lucile
wnat could Bates be saying to
Autherine Davis in a letter that's
sofat it takes extra stamps to send
it to Chicago?
It. seems that C. W. Thompson
and Dorothy Truvillion are really
painting the town red.
It was most certainly Velma Grey
clinging to the arms of lady-killer
Ersley Youngblood, Sunday night,
and they both seemed to have been
William Phillip and Lucile
Stubbs were seen together, but he
assures us that there's nothing be
tween them, they’re just friends.
The Rays were on the beam Sun
day night and the guys and gals
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did themselves some “jumping.”
Wake up Gladys Ward, don’t let
Homer Lee and Cerase Bell Ander
son worry you to death—there are
more fish in the pond you know.
We wonder what Gates and Haz
lene, the jumping chick, are going
to do? Or are they just good
friends as Hazlene says?
So Mary Ann is back in town, but
Bessie Ward says be sui’e to watch
her smoke where William is con
Well, everyone is watching the
paper for an announcement of the
marriage of Joseph and Annie
Grace—let us hear something kids.
Curtis Cannon and Florence are
still the cutest couples out to the
Q. T. doesn’t seem to be as hap
py as we expected him to be after
Ruth’s arrival, could Mary Cross
have anything to do with it?
President seems to be quite a
playboy with all the hep chicks.
Kathleen Smith is just like the
bear's brother Freddie, as far as
Albert Hart is concerned (that’s
what he told us.)
Maggie Ruth and Ruth Milton
are still painting the town red, oh,
but that’s natural for them.
Bo Washington and Dolores Mit
chell are inseparable these fall
days, could this be the beginning
of a new romance? If so, what
about the Piney Woods chick?
Will Beverly doesn’t get around
much any more, what goes on Will?
Willie Mae Jones has finally de
cided to give up Joseph since she
secs that she’s no where with
Augustine and Buck have made
up and everything is solid with
Sack seems to be making much
progress with Mary Lou inspite of
her pal, Albert.
The 64 dollar question is: Is
Buster Banks really going to settle
Come out Sunday and hear Duke
Bennett’s Orchestra—50c for all.
The Rays will be back at the
skating rink, Sunday, October 8.,
We know that Sonny Greenfield’s
heart is broken because the hep
cat, Davis has taken Robbie Burns
from him and what’s your story
Now that Edward Sinclair and
Genola are on such big times, won
der what Garfield has to say?
What has happened to the ro
mance between Robert Moore and
Eula Mae Jives?
Could it be Jesse Williams has
Christen Jenkins thinking she’s so
Willie Lindsey is grieving over
Walter Patton, he had better wake
up and try to get the girl from
Chi t own.
L vebirds of the week: Genola
Median, Edward Sinclair; Helen
Thomas and James Thorne; Doris
Jean Buford and Bill Tolyoer; Wal
ter Patton and Harke Lee, Ruth
Helen and James Craine.
Since Julia Lee Walker returned
from Chicago it seems that she and
George Manning are getting along
just fine, wonder how long this
Among some of the old gang that
retruned from “Chi” lately and re
ported having a good time are:
Lois Jones, Nelsenia Morris, Frank
Robinson, Doris Coleman, Julia Lee
Walker, Olie Mae Taylor, Gladys
Lipscomb and Mary Ann.
It seems that a certain cat from
Tougaloo College is taking a lot of
Lois Jone’s time, eh Scotty?
It seems that a certain somebody
wants to tell the chicks of Farish
street not to blame Emmett Spark
man and Simon Sparkman for
marying, put the blame on the la
dies they married (see)?
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MONDAY AND TUESDAY
— and —
“Oh, What A Night”
EDMUND LOWE — JEAN PARKER
‘ WAR SPEEDS UP” — DEFENSE
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
The Adventure Of
— With —
FREDRIC MARCH — ALEXIS SMITH
“WAY DOWN YONDER IN THE CORN’’—Cartoon
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
— and —
“Take It Big”
JACK HALEY — HARRIET HILLIARD
“GIDDY YAPPING —CATROON
CHAPTER NO. 7 “HAUNTED HARBOR”
MONDAY — TUESDAY
“Mr, Winkle Goes To War”
— and —
“ Three Russian Girls”
Rev. A. R. Thomas, Reporter
Mrs. Lucile Ayers Thomas of
New Orleans, departed this life
Tuesday, September 19. Mrs. Thom
as has been in failing health for
the past 18 months. She loaves to
mourn her passing a husband, Mr.
Ira Thomas, who is in the armed
service, one daughter, Doris Thom
as, one son, Archie Thomas, par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cephers Ayers,
4 sisters, Areola Apoe, Odessie
Jackson, Addene, and Genell Ay
ers, seven brothers, Theodo, Seph
as, Jr., Leo, Carlee, Clarence, Mor
ris and Earl Ayers, a host of oth
er relatives and friends. Services
were held at the Egypt Hill M. B.
church. Sunday, September 24, the
Rev. S. S. Jackson of Crystal
Springs, officiating. A large crowd
was present to pay tribute to this
Out of town friends attending
were: Mesdames Cellistine King,
Iness Brown, Fannie Penelton,
Martha Mack, all of Jackson; Mrs.
W. J. Price of Crystal Springs. Rev.
M. J. Jones, pastor of St. Paul C.
M. E. church and members; Mrs.
Martha King, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Ayers, Jr., of Gulfport; Mrs. Elnora
Walker of Jackson.
Mrs. Carrie Thomas has return
ed home after visiting her daugh
ter, Miss Ruby Johason and two
sons, Messrs Ernest and Justus
Thomas and other relatives and
friends. She reports a most enjoy
Autos and trucks can now run on
fuel made from wood. You may
yet drive into a gas station rnd
say, “Saw me off five gallons,
Monday—Tuesday, Oct. 2-3
iL with Gw. ' Cobby'’ Hayes
— Also —
Chapter 11 —
SECRET SERVICE IN
Wed.—Thurs., Oct. 4-5
Lumber was a California industry
two years before the gold rush. The
gold is about mined out, but Cali
fornia trees still grow new wood.
Monday—Tuesday, Oct. 2-3
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Wed.—Thurs., October 4-5
Also Chapter 9—
Friday, October 6
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I A STORY OF THE GREATNESS
OF Vast MksV
THE DESERT HAWK
Saturday, October 7
Last day to send in your
photos of men in service to
be shown on our screen.
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