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The Mississippi enterprise. (Jackson, Miss.) 1938-current, April 10, 1954, Image 4

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M.T.C. COOLER WINNERS DECLARED
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Left to right—Mr. Elias Johnson,
principal of Hernando Junior High
School, Mr. James Hunter, princi
pal of Drew High School, E. L.
Lipscomb of the public relations
staffs of Jackson Coca-Cola Bottl
ing Company and The Security Life
Insurance Co., and Mr. L. P. John
son, principal, Edwards Junior High
School look at the three winning
cards cast by at the recent MTA
state meet in Jackson, Miss. The
coolers and Coca-Cola courtesies
were made available by The Coca
Cola Company) Atlanta, Georgia.
Cooler winners were: Mrs. Emma
R. Cooper, Carthage Mrs. Lubertha
Miller, Weir; and Mrs. A. L. John
son, Prentiss.
Bethlehem Center
The following activities of the
Bethlehem Center for the coming
week are listed:
TUESDAY, April 12—The Kozy
Corner Klub will hold its special
Easter meeting at 12 noon. The
meeting is being held early so that
all members can have the pleasure
of eating their dinner together.
WEDNESDAY April 14—Bethle
hem Center will sponsor an Easter
Egg Hide at the Center for the Kin
dergarten.
THURSDAY, April 15—The re
gular monthly Board Meeting of
Bethlehem Center will be held at
7 p. m.
FRIDAY, April 16, the Center
will close for the Easter holidays.
HILL TOP CAFE
Joe Lundy's New Place
LOCATED IN LYNCH ST. SUB-DIVISION NO. 1
Offering . . .
GOOD FOODS - REFRESHMENTS
and CLEAN ENTERTAINMENT
1
Religious
Emphasis Week,
At Jackson Col.
April 11th - 17th
Nashville, Tenn.—Fresh out of its
“hostship” of the championship bas
ketball tournament for the National
Association of Intercollegiate Ath
letics, District 29, Tennessee A. and
I. State University will entertain a
national high school tournament on
March 25-27.
The approaching tournament will
mark the 10th anniversary of the
high school basketball meet spon
sored by the National High School
Athletic Association, which fosters
the competition between the high
school champions of fourteen states.
Teams from the states of Virginia,
West Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Ark
ansas. and Kentucky will partici
pate in the three-day meet, with
two teams-at-large competing as
the fifteenth and sixteenth teams.
The tournament is directed by
Henry A. Kean, Sr., head of the
University’s athletic, health and
physical education program, who
has announced that the Coca-Cola
Company will donate plaques for
selectees to the first and second all
tournament teams.
A leg trophy, bearing the name
of Bishop Bernard J. Sheil of the
Catholic Youth Organization of
Chicago, goes to the winning team.
The Coca-Cola Company was the
donor of trophies, plaques and in
dividual player prizes at the recent
N. A. I. A. tournament.
The Keanmen won the March 1-3
tournament sponsored by the N. A.
I. A. and as a consequence are con
sidered the national champions of
the Negro college basketball cir
cuit. Two leading teams from the
four major Negro conferences par
ticipated in the collegiate tourna
ment.
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Fake Prince
Caught After
Five Years
San Francisco, Calif. — A former
resident of aEst St. Louis, Mo., who,
for the past five years has been
dancing and masquerading under
the noble title of Prince Onaga of
the Belgian Congot is now reduced
to what he really is: plain, everyday
Fred Williams.
Fortunately, however, he will
continue a scheduled dance per
Ufoeirty ©aslto
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LEMONS 432 jize —-dozen 25*
PEACHES, Del Monte 11 can 25c
Swift Premium T-BONE ROAST ">-45*
LETTUCE fresh crisp iceberg_EACH 9(
BEEF LIVER Strictly fresh _——LB. 33(
MORRELL BACON fa-patk LB. 65(
Del Monte CORN303 “ -2 cans 25c
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Percy Mayfield Playing For Dance At
Club Desire In Jackson April 13th.
Advance $175; At Door $2.00. Student
Tickets Sold Only By S. M. Harvey
For $1.50 Each.
PERCY MAYFIELD
Jackson — Music lovers are in
for a big treat, when oi Tuesday,
April 13, PERCY MAYFIELD and
his ORCHESTRA come to Club
Desire, located on Highway 49 N.,
here in Jackson, to play for the
SPRING COTTON BALL. Accord
ing to promoter Tom Stutts, this
will be the biggest dance of the
spring season and a cash prize will
be given to the young lady wear
ing the most beautiful Cotton
Frock. You’ll certainly not want
to miss this dance.
Admission: ADVANCE, $1.75; AT
DOOR, $2.00. Tax included. Student
tickets, $1.50, sold ony at the of
fice of THE MISSISSIPPI ENTER
PRISE, 110 E. Monument St., RE
SERVE YOUR TABLES EARLY.
DON’T MISS THE PERCY MAY
FIELD DANCE., — APRIL 13th.
formance here and his wife (the
erstwhile Princess Mauna), as one
concert manager decided to go a
head with the booking. The manager
explained: “The reaction all seems
to be favorable. The ‘Prince’ can
be thankful that this (exposure)
happened in San Francisco, where
such things are not frowned upon.’
The five-year fake came to an
end when a Belgian official, notic
ing that a supposed prince and
“ . . . one of his fifty wives” was
booked to appear in San Francisco
sought reasons why the U. S. Im
migration and Naturaliziation Ser
vice had not advised of the coming
of such distinguished member of
the Belgian Congo Colony.
No community, no country, can
rise above the level of the land that
supports it.
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-OPEN SUNDAYS
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North Jackson
News
Zion Travelers Sunday School
opened at 9:45 by the Supt. A. B.
McCall. Teachers present, Mrs.
Carolyn McAfee and Mr. Willie Me
Call, Jr. Th lesson: Jesus’ Interces
sory Prayer. John 17. The lesson
was reviewed by Miss S. Millner
Remarks by Rev. A. R. Thomas.
Visitors present. Mrs. Margaret
Street, Mrs. Gladys Aston, Mr. Mc
Donnell and Mr. H. M. Pace. The
■demonstration on the black board
was discussed by Miss Gladys A
mos. Collection $6.05. Sunday night
we had a wonderful time. A spirit
ual film was shown in behalf of
the mission four queen, worked and
all received a prize. First prize,
a watch won by Mrs. Carolyn Mc
Afee; second prize, a necklace set
by Miss Annie Williams; third prize,
$1.50 by Mrs. Juella Curry; fourth
prize, $1.50, by Mrs. Elloweese Ran
kin. Although Mrs. Rankin gave
her money back to the church. The
money raised amounted to $65.35
which makes a total of $71.40. Mr.
A. C. McCall, superintendent; Miss
Dorothy Mae Carter, secretary, Rev.
J. C. Rankin, pastor. Mrs. Carol?*
McAfee, reporter.
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By using Easter Seals today, you
can make it possible for a crippled
child to have a much brighter to
morrow.
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