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The Mississippi Enterprise
A NEWS SERVICE FOR MISSISSIPPI NEGROES
Published Weekly at Jackson, Mississippi
110 East Monument Street — Phone 5-4384
WILLIE J. MILLER Publisher-Owner
SARAH M. HARVEY_Editor
WiLLlAM HARVEY - - Circulation
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Tattling Tess
By Lealha Anderson
Hi there! How goes life with
all you swet things and roosters?
Easy now, and let there be love
because the love bug have bit
yours truly (will let you in on
the secret next week) and as many
bitters I see out there, well there
must be some shaking, rattling,
and much rooling. On with the
happenings while hte city sleeps.
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IT’S LOVE baby and served with
eggs and grits!! Seems to be these
lovers alibi: Sam Jones—Lavern
Mayes; Janice Johnson- Horace
Starling; Cassie Hall Jr. - Lavern
Williams; Annie Jean Cobbs -
Herbert Smith; Queen Easter Bell
- Eddie Coyt; Albertia Cole - Ben
Huston; Lucinda Franklin - Cle
land O’Bannon, Martha Hicks -
James Mallard; Odie Morris - Jer
ry Bimble; Katie McLain - Leth
aniel Holt; Leo Hawins - Adean
Davis; Pereatha Sampson - Char
les Jackson; Mary Mallard - Ar
thur Hicks; Dolline Gray - Alfred
Alexander; Joyce Campbell - Mal
colm Black; Haven Williams -
Johnnie Mae Dyse; and hanging
on with their young love are Char
line Williams - Bennie Howard
Young; Love is showing in Jack
(Huston) Patton eyes for Ledora
who states that she’s wild over
the frickles that Maurice Rawles
owns; and Mr. Rawles says, “It’s
Ollie Dell Willis! (Um-m-m Shir
ley Mayes) and we are wondering
if Earnest Johnson still there? My
guess is a good as yours on these
senitmental so when you find the
answers tell me: Is Henry Davis
and a certain cutie engaged Will
Haven Williams and Johnnie Dyse
be as lovilier this fall at Tuskegee
Institute as their are now? Will
Rachel Bully and Ford Patterson
make up on her return from the
windy city or will William Speaks
be the one? Who’s the handsome
guy Dorothy Lee seeing now?
Has Eugene Dorsey stopped play
ing the field? Who holds the key
to Shirley Gibbs, Mary Elizabeth
Thompson, Ledora Hubbard, De
lois Brittian, and Annie Patton
heart? The court adjourns, so let
us recess.
As you know Dorothy Haw
kins, Eddy Bully, Bertha Stever
son, Wilbert and Jerdine Smith,
Robert Christmon, J. B. Beamon
and Elizabeth Hall are in the
windy city having fun but miss
all of you. I received a letter from
Jerry Lewis (air force) and he
says he is saving his love for
Carolyn Smith and it’s growing
bigger than the Air Force — Slow
down Goerge Jackson because it’s
love baby. Earnestine Lee is back
and I know you fellows are dig
ging that new glamour style she
has created. Edgar Hermon (in
New oYrk) got his eyes on Vivian
Amerson, Jerdine Ratliff; and El
la Lee Hicks. A certain chick out
north say Richard Jones must be
correspondence crazy because it’s
not any mail!! — Some of Jack
son’s most attractive dolls; Em
ma P. Mannins; Dorothy Mattheys,
Earnestine Lee; Shirley Mayes;
Dorothy Smith; Elizabeth Ann Bo
wiewie; Betye Cornelious; Dana
Johnson, Shirley Reddix; Martha
Ella Davis, Willie Mae Fraizer,
Ruth Whitlock, Hatten Franklin,
Alice Stutts, Gloria Gray, Mary
Allen, Carolyn Blunt; Susie Ald
ridge, Willetta and Ethel Sad
berry, and most darling of the
week, Juliet Blackburns. — The
handsome guys, Thomas Long,
Charlie, Watler, Michal Williams
(some little cool neighbors of
mine) Lawrence Rhodes, Harolc
Moman, Alfred Rand, James Wil
bert Welch, Marshall Barnes, Fred
die Morris, Earnest Lee, and Wal
ter Tobia. Little Society: Carolyn
Blunt and Leroy Smith are hold
ing hands. Joe Lewis Smith and
Shirley Mayes are forgetting a
bout Julia Evans and Jonh Shine
Norma Jean Washington (-the chick
that created the Bermuda style
in Jackson) and Hazel Guice are
cooling it in L. A., California.—
Yes, and this is especially to the
Litt Le Fat Stubby Fellow thal
have been bitten by Poison Ivy
(and not the song) I think you
better cool your tongue if nol
the happenings because Miss X
is just as cool as ever, happy as
ever, and by all means connected
in a better set up and want thank
you and if you was sitting on a
shoe string over a puddle of dirty
water and wouldn’t fall until this
chick pulled - well you certain
would fall!! and to your little
friend that has the Big Noise—
Son you arn't as cool as you act
unless it is at the zoo; Well until
next week just cool your heels.
Bye now.
meeting proved a great success.
Five members were added to the
church and each night was large
ly attended. Mt. Elizabeth, Asbury
Chapel, and other churches of
this vicinity shared in the wor
ship.
During the week a vacation
Bible school, conducted by Miss
Alma Reuben was held daily at
4 p. m. with the youths of the
church who attended and gained
much information and spiritual
guidance. This phase of the church
work was climazed with a water
melon picinic which was enjoy
ed by all present.
Rev. John White, pastor.
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To make the standard 48-inch
fur coat it requires an average
of 80 minks, 160 chinchilla, 180
squirrel or 380 mole skins.
Records show that the first ■
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English cook book, or collection
of recipes, made its appearance
In 1498.
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Condensed milk for homemade
ice cream gives the same results
as regular milk, plus an added
richness of texture and sweetness.
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About 122 million ball-point
sens were produced in 1953.
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