The inclement weather has not
prevented our students from school
they come daily and new ones are ;
yet coming in.
We are proud to have Miss Love
back in school after an illness of;
We hope Althea Mitchell's moth-!
er will continue to improve.
Althea is always missed when out|
The Senior class is scrambling
to make the first term examin
ation, As that tells Who’s-Who
you had better work class. We wish
A very interesting picture was
ours to enjoy Monday. We look
forward weekly for a helpful show.
Effie Ray Nichols. Evil Boyd.
Montaria Dixon, and Annie B. Mat
lock are back in school. Guess
they have finished “making sau
The Home Ec. girls are doing
very nice work with the dresses
they are making.
The Young Women’s Federated
Club sent out New Year boxes to
the very aged who were in dire
need. A very worthy undertaking
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Misses Lucile Nichols. Eunice
Caldwell, and Carolyn Carter vis
ited our school last week. Also
Messrs Jaes Jonmes and Joseph
Alfred, all are colleg estudents.
Mrs. Ada M. Gaithers of Chic
ago was a visitor in our town dur
ing the week-end. She stopped by
to say hello to Principal and Mrs.
Rogers. Her visit was with Mrs.
Lillie C. Prewitt of Chicago who is
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Miss L. E. Brown, a popular
teacher in the city school of Gren
ada, spent a few hours with Prin
cipal and Mrs. Rogers last week.
Mr. W. R. Patton, a former
tradesman here, also his father
from New York, visited our school
last week. Mr. Patton is now teach
ing Trades at Magnolia High in
Miss Virginia Tucker left Sun
day for Winona where she is now
The various churches held their
regular services Sunday. All pas
tors delivered excellent messages.
The Senior and Junior Steward
ess Boards of Lampton Chapel
held a very interesting meeting at
the home of Mrs. E. James on Lee
Street Sunday afternoon.
The carnival is on its way also
the big program given by the ad
ult group of Lampton Chapel. Lis
ten to hear more about this in an
On a broad street car. a white
man asked a colored woman to
get up. move back and give him
sA colored man asked: “If you
and I were on the battle front,
would vnil «sk mp In mn-uo VippL
and let you have the front?”
It seems strange all the girls
received fine jewelry for Christ
mas? Are you sure its from your
brother or cousin?
Street-corner comment: “Oh,
let’s walk. I’m too tired to take the
Did you know: All of the fickle
girls are crazy about E. H. Jr?
Why? The girls invite the boys
to sit with them in the lunchroom?
The most insane are among the
girls? We hope some of you will
try to help this condition.
Reduction in corn acreage is off
set by increases in oats and, to a
less extent in wheat, rye, barley,
and mixed grains.
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Roosevelt Strong, Reporter
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dodds had
as their dinner guests recently, Miss
Anna Tillman and Mr. Stevie Hunt- 1
er of Chicagb and Miss Corean
Washington of Vicksburg, Miss.
Rev. Willord Leake will render
service at Wesley Chapel A. M. E.
Church,beginning January 14. Here
this gospel preacher.
Miss Johnnie B. Tanner was hos
tess to a very tasty luncheon dur
ing the Yuletide season for an at
tractive group of students home for j
the vacation. Covers were laid for j
Mr. Hugh porter Tanner, Miss Myra !
Wynn, Mr. John Elson Tanner, Mr. |
Heran Ball and Miss Elizabeth !1
The lovely home of Mrs. Mytrle
Dailey was also the scent of a gay
entertainment for the out-of-town
students. After dinner was serv
ed. the hostess invited the guests
into the living room where games
and music were enjoyed. Those
enjoying the affair were: Mr. Her
man Ball, Miss Elizabeth Hunter,
Mr. Hugh Porter Tanner, Miss Myra
Wynn, Mr. John E. Tanner, Miss'
Louise Noland, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- j
tin Hunter Tanner and Mr. and*
Mrs. Ben Allen Tanner.
Mr. Myrtle Dailey entertained
last Thursday evening at her home
in Hunter's addition with a love
ly dinner party honoring the out
of-town guests home for the hol
idays. The dinner table was cov
ered with a beautiful lace cloth was
centered with an arrangement of
white flowers, fern and tall white
candles in crystal holders. Music
ior the occasion was furnished by
i combination radio-phonograph of
oopular current selections. The
quests were: Mrs. Vidia Black
ourn. Mrs. Myral Chambers. Mrs.
Eva Nell Wade, Mr. Stevie Hunter
dl of Chicago; Mr. Chauncey Tate
^das, Mr. Will Elmer Adams and
Miss Lou Evie Adams of Oakland,
California; Mr. Lonzo Williams of
Hattiesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Porter
Wynn. Mrs. Mytrle Robinson, Mrs.
Annabel Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs.
frank Clausell, Miss Agnes Mae
Smith, Miss Pope Washington and
Mr. John Binn..
HAZLEHURST GOSSIP ....
Inez Vincent has taken a hint
and changed her hairdo.
It seems as though the twins and
Earnestine Turner are beating Ina.
Crace and Viola's time in running
the school. Take a tip kids, run
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ning the school is the teacher’s job.
R. L. H. says Potsy has no eye
for hi these days, cause he only has
eyes for Lola Lewis.
. Thela McClawin would get some
where if she would mind her own
business, so says her friends.
If Lillie V. Williams would stop
trying to run a certain party’s bus
iness she could keep her a boy
Earnestine Turner says she will i
curl her hair all the year if it
will save Eddie L. Singleton.
Kathleen says don’t worry about j
the mile going blind, but let Bwi- '
neu sit in.
Don’t worry about Freddie
Clark’s story, becaus eshe doesn't
want David Levi and Grace Sut
ton or anyone else can have him.
Veterans Administration now is
operating 28 former Army and Navy
hospitals to meet veterans’ needs for
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I CARD OF THANKS
The faily of the late Knox Barnes
wish to thank their many friends
for the kindness shown them dur
ing their recent bereavement.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this ethod of thanking
our many friends for their kind
services rendered and the beautiful
florals during the illness and death ;
of our other, Mrs. Mary Pope. We
constantly thank and bless you for i
your every kind act during these I
our sad hours of bereavement. We
extend special thanks to the friends
of Crystal Springs and of the
neighborhood in which we life for
their beautiful neighborhood flor
al. May the best be your lot. Sig
ned: Mrs. Annie Mae Greenlee and
To cut down on dish washing
when baking, sift flour and sugar
on to sheets of waxed or brown
paper instead of into bowls.
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