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Thanksgiving is a season we look for with gratitude—each student is county his many blessings for the many things they enjoy. The program rendered by the Excelsior Literary Federated Club will long be remembered. The president gave some of the high lights of the club, also some oi their accomplishments. We hope they will entertain us again soon Our teachers can do things. Come again, young women. The 7th Grade B rendered ar excellent devotion Monday. Th< boys played, a very important part Fine boys, you are the masters. !The Red Cross drive closed Will our school going over the top a: usual. The following teachers plan t< 3 I spend the Thanksgiving vagatior out of town: Misses Davis and Wal ker in Yazoo City; Mis. A. J. Higt in Holly Springs; Mrs. Griffin ir Jackson. Mfss. w Miss Anderson has been out al week, due to illness. Her place i: being filled by Miss Catherim Collins. t ■* ' ' »£ • . . .f -- The Jeanes teacher of Madisor county held a very interesting meeting with the rural teacher; last Saturday in the high schoo auditorium. . We were all saddened to hear o: the sudden passing of Mr. L. M Parker, our Scout executive. Oui deepest sympathy is for the bo reaved family. Wilbert Robinson reports a fine visit to Grenada last Saturday. His sister lives there. He spent a feu hours in Durant Sunday witt friends. <. -: ' The Bethune Federated C?lub sen1 their annual Thank offering to the boys at Oakley school. Congratula ■ tions, girls. m _ teachers in Madiscm county, spenl Miss Eula Galloway, one of the a few hours in the home of Prin cipal and Mrs. Rogers last Satur day. , 'banquet sponsored by the parents of Cameron Street Higt school for the teachers is lookec forward to with a great1 deal oi interest. This is to be one of the grandest affairs of the season. More ' about it next time. The Primary children are enjoy ing their new swings see-saws on i the playground. Much credit is due our P.T.A. for this worthy under ; taking. 1 The basketball game will decide who’s who on the athletic field. Will tell you more about it in our next issue. Mr. Jackson is the 1 efficient coach. The playlet. “The Light of Wo j men." to be given by the Bethune Federated Club promises to be one 'among the best given. All are to witness this program Wednesday night. Dec. 4th. i _ ‘ We were sorry to hear of Colum bus Kelly's accident. Glad to state that he is able to be out. Be more careful. Kelly. i _ ; We wish each of you a very hap py Thanksgiving. Read, sing, pray and give thanks for all the bless * mgs that are yours to enjoy. i _ The trades boys are always on i the job. We have a fine group of 1 boys, and their work shows up. Mr. E. J. Currie is the very able instructor. I " l_ The contest sponsored by the ‘ District Stringer Grand Lodge was won by Frankie fylackey. The sub ject was “The Constitution of the i United States and its Affect on I the American Negro.” Church News The annual conference of A. M. fi. Church is now history. A very splendid session was held, and ex cellent reports made. The message brought by Bishop Gordon Sunday morning was a masterpiece filled with thought. All enjoyed the service. Rev. E. V. J. Bryant has a pro i motion from pastorate to that of presiding elder of the Canton Dis trict. Rev. Bennett of the Ala bama Conference is the new pastor of St, Paul A.MfE. church. RETRAINING DISABLED VETS WASHINGTON. D. C.-A pioneer group of 30 women drivers of the American Red Cross Motor Corps has completed the first instruc tors’ course in automobile driving retraining for disabled veterans. The course was arranged by the AAA* and the American Red Cross \o" fulfill a need created with the passage by Congress of the Cars for Amputees Bill, Public Law.No. 663. Don’t Borrow—Buy the Missis jsippi Enterprise each week! Hazlehurst News The South Mississippi Baptist State Convention, twenty-ninth ses sion. November 6. 7, 8. St. James Baptist Church Hazlehurst Miss.. Rev. C. H. Harper, pastor, con I vened. Wednesday morning, promptly at 10:30. President Dr. R. W. Woul ard called the deliberated body to give appreciation to the formal opening of the twenty-ninth session of the South Mississippi Baptist State Convention, after having been entertained by the convention cho rus. under the direction of Rev. J. H. Mayes, chorister. The program was read by Dr. G. C. Wells, the recording secretary, and received the favorable adop tion of the body. Then the presi dent as usual proceeded to appoint several committees to carry on in the general work of the convention. The next phase of the program was the introductory sermon, which was preached by Rev. F. C. Shumake. It was very wholesome and in spiring. seemingly he was filled with the Holy Ghost, for he ap peared as the Angel of God. The evening session gave hearty welcome to our guests. Greetings from the mayor’s office, and the Chamber of Commerce, by Profes sor J. H. Turner, city superintend ent of education. Welcome from the white Baptist church by Rev. H. Cox, pastor. Each day’s session brought new life; the Divine ser mons, the Gospel songs of the chorus, the inspiring and courage ous speeches from the various brothers and sisters, the liberal giv ing of God’s money in the offer ings. certainly served its purpose molding sentiment for the advance ment of the cause of Christ. Thursday evening was Educa tional evening. The Educational sermon was preached by Rev. W. T. Smith, of Hattiesburg. Miss., which stirred our minds to support the schools of religious, training. This convention sponsors the Un ion Theological Seminary, which comprises two centers, one at Pren tiss, Miss., and one at Hattiesburg. Dr. Herbert L. Lang. A.M., D.D., president, is making a tour of Mis sissippi in the interest of this theo logical school, and made a strong appeal to the convention for its strong financial support. We give heart praise and gratitude, To this religious host of workers; Oh, may their hearts never be rude. Nor turn to idle shirkers. But be encouraged; grow in grace. Till we reach that Holy Mansion; Ten we can rejoice, that wc won the race. Through the work of this Conven tion. —Lillie Johnson, Reporter. HAZLEHVRST GOSSIP Well, the news for this week is much lushed—Alice Green is all out for L. C. Adams, but he has eyes only for Annie B. Louis, don't get heart broken Alice. Mary A. Johnson take a tip from some certain girls on Sugar Hill, you would be cute if you would stop wearing short dresses and run ning boys down. Annie B. Demiles you would be cute if you would not put on so. Aubrey Moore and Inez Venston seem to be still in love, wake up and get hipped Thelma, ole love never dies. Well Charlisteen Gyles is back on the ball and you had better watch out Sarah Paul because accidents happen once in a lifetime. Leon Lee says he isn’t worried about Ernest May because he knows how it is with Nell Harris and him self. Ernestine Redmond says she has Frank Tanner and she doesn’t care who knows it. R. A., H. T„ H.M. and R. P. may be slick but can stand a little more greasing. Mary McLaurin says Bud Fair is her morning coffee and her eve ning cream, her all day study anc midnight dream. James Coleman is much lishec with that voice, seems as if he’l be another Sinatra. Grace Cooper take a tip from the girls of H. H. S. and get anothei hairdo, because that one is out oi season. GI GIFT POLL WASHINGTON. D. C.—Because t poll showed that hair dressing i; a preferred item for men who musl greet guests from a hospital bed the No. 1 special gift in Red Cross Christmas stockings to each mili tary hospital patient overseas wil be hair tonic. In addition to the hair dresing, each red stocking will contain double photo folders mixed salted nuts, hard candy, i humidifier tobacco pouch, a minia ture world atlas, an address book table calendar, handkerchief, si> correspondence cards. Christma wrapping paper, and 5 yards of rec or green Christmas ribbon. ' Name State FHA Directors Selection of 26 state directors to head up operations of Farmers Home Administration in their states has been announced by Dillard B. Lasseter. Administrator. The Farm ers Home Administration merges all credit facilities and services of the Farm Security Administration and the Emergency Crop and Feed Loan Division of Farm Credit Ad ministration under an Act passed by the 79th Congress. The merger was effective Nov. 1. The new agency will provide agricultural credit and on-the-farm supervision for direct and insured j farm ownership loans, and produc j tion and subsistence loans. Credit | facilities and supervision are avail | able only to farmers unable to get '■-1 the loans they need at interest rates not exceeding 5 percent from banks, cooperative lending agen cies and other responsible sources in their communities. The insured mortgage feature will not become .*********** | operative until funds for the pur ; pose are appropriated. Direct loan i funds are available, however, from | the 1947 approbations for the De j partment of Apiculture. Its 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 Specialty Special Reservations for Clubs and Parties Call 4-5991 All Guests Must Present Membership Cards .ELBERT TOPPS. Mgr. WHERE YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED THE MAIN DRUG STORE 'i Corner Fortification & Grayson Streets £ t A Complete, Dependable Drug Store TELEPHONE 4-9135 & 2-0983 h i m ww»rttiiiimnitiiiMWHWHt ▼ X Successful Farmers are Buying ! ;: INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC FEEDS i: ;; For Poultry and Livestock ; j ; \ Sold at ;; LUCKETT SEED and FEED \ \ ■; Seed With a Growing Reputation ;; > Cor. State and Pascagoula Sts. Jackson, Miss. < ’ i .. Wl 11111.111 III* A ' A. V. C. "Citizen First Veterans Second" To achieve a more democrat ic and prosperous America and a more stable world— To solve problems of Vets and their families— World War II Veterans JOIN TODAY AMERICAN VETCoaw COMMITTEE Jackson Chapter No. MEETS EACH TUESDA NIGHT 7:30 P. M. YWCA Building 501 N. Farish 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. ★ BABY CHICKS ★ LIMITED STOCK ★ STARTING MASH Tucker Latham Seed. Co. ♦ WE DELIVER THE OLD RELIABLE FEED HOUSE 121 S. President Dial 2-3581 Lovely hairdo will be yours when expert beauticians style your hair . . . Cali for an Appointmenl THELMA'S Beauty Parlor Inside Edward Lee's Hote 144 W. Church St. Dial 2-0582 THELMA HILLIARD, Mgr. Jackson, Miss. CALLING ALL HOUSEWIVES TRADE WHERE YOU-G&T • YOUR MONEY'S WORTH • f * Z' Your neighborhood Grocery and Market— FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES QUALITY MEATS A. L. ADAMS GROCERY and MARKET 158 East Monument St. L. L. ADAMS, Prop. 4| JACKSON, MISS. “WHERE TO GO PROBLEM,” “Our Service is the Best, Our Food is too. And That Means We’re Expecting You.” Always At— Stevens Bar-B-Q and Chicken Inn “The South’s Finest Food and Service” Jackson's First Cafe for Colored to be AIR CONDITIONED No need to go to the North Pole to get cool— COME TO STEVENS Stevens Tourist Home Clean, Cozy and Comfortable Rooms A Haven for the Tired Travelers I HIGHWAY 49—Pocahontas Road Phone for Reservation Tourist Home 4-9322, Bar-B-Q lnn/4-9265 HENRIETTA STEVENS, Prop. WILLIE STEVENS, Mgr. ^ ■-, _ ^ _ V \ v • i For Latest Hair Styles Visit the New, Modern LEE S BEAUTY : Shoppe & School Formerly the Ideal Beauty Shoppe at 129/2 N. FARISH ST. —Now at— 1502 WEST PEARL ST. PHONE 3-2931 We Accept Appointments ARVELLA LEE, Prop. I I I 1 I 1 1 I ! 1 1 ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I USED FURNITURE THAT LOOKS NEW Pre-War Consiruciion ☆ -ALSO GAS STOVES ICE REFRIGERATORS ☆ TERMfe IF DESIRED HEIDELBERG FURNITURE COMPANY North Farish Street JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI *.H"*^«i«fr***4^**************.H-*^H«X^*4«*^-i^***** I-■■■- ' EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT WE HAVE THE Coldest Beer IN TOWN Good Foods — Sandwiches — Short Orders Soft Drinks — Fish — Barbecue — Gumbo AT THE CORNER EAT SHOP Corner Rose and Lynch Streets Jackson, Mississippi Visit LILLIAN BEAUTY NOOK 938 N. Blair St., rear first apartment Experienced Beauty Work and Courteous Service! Dial 2-1947 for appointment LILLIAN C. RHODES, Prop. * Jackson, Miss. t *'■ JACKSON BREWING COMPANY ( NEW ORLEANS, LA. .... They are back again and with a business that is in the City of Jackson * ESTELLA 1 WOODROW I BIGGER AND BETTER I THAN BEFORE I WOODROW BIGGS Invite all their friends and former customers to visit THE HURRICANE Jackson's newest and swankiest cafe, located in the old Lowe Place, Woodrow Wilson near Whitfield Mill Road, Jackson, Miss. All kinds of sandwiches and other FOODS - DRINKS STEAK and CHICKEN OUR SPECIALTY ESTELI.A Johnson Woodrow Biggs, Mgr.