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Round the Town
By Marshall Lee SUNDAY DOWN AT CEN TRAL Methodist Church I en joyed a splendid Father’s Ddy Program presented by the ladies of the church and on which the principal Father’s Day message was delivered by Mrs. Annie Mae Mosley. . . Most enjoyable was the special music rendered by the choir and soloist, Albert Jones. ... I always feel a warm welcome whenever I attend this friendly church, where I have such fine friends like Mrs. Elease Thomas,] Mrs. Carrie Washington, Mrs. Jeanette Hunt, Mr. A. M. Mosley, Dr. C. B. Christian, Mrs. S. M Harvey and many others. . . . Sunday out at our own church, Anderson Methodist, an inspiring message was brough by the visit ing minister who filled the place of our own pastor, Rev. A. L. Hol land who was attending the Con ference in New Orleans. . . Music for the services was furnished by the Junior Choir. . . Sunday at jFarist Street M. B. Church, a .crowd of members and friends witness a fine Father’s Day obser vance, with the message being brought by Rev. Stringer. . . A1 Faith Presbyterian Church, the Annual Men's Day Program was observed at 3: p.m., June 17. . The guest speaker, Dr. John B. Eubanks, Professor of History and Chairman of the Social Science Area, Jackson State College, was introduced by Garfield Stokes Music was rendered by the church’s choir. . . Rev. W. J. Gip son is the pastor of Faith Presby terian Church. . . I pause here te say Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Jirr Hundley, 2319 Morton Avenue, foi the hospitality shown me and Mrs Emma Hilley on Sunday after noon. . . Tasty snacks and iced refreshments were served. Mrs Hundley who is a devout member of Farish Street Baptist Church also owns and operates a store on the Corner of Morton and Wood row Wilson. Among those en joying the Silver Tea given by the North Side Garden Club, Sun day, June 17, in the home of Mrs Taylor on Maple Street were friends, Mesdames Rosie Peters Clara Singleton, Cora Baker anc Myrtis Gregory the President oJ the Club. . . On the sick list this week is Mrs. Kate Lewis, wife o1 Mr. Kid Lewis, Maple Street. . Mr.' Cleveland Griffin attended his church, Livingston M. B Church, Sunday. . . Rev. P. F Parker is the pastor. . . This church is located in Flora, Miss ... He reports a spiritual service with a collection of $60.00 bein| raised. . . Don’t forget to buy i Mississippi Enterprise every week ... Be seeing you Round the Town. . . -o MARY STRONG TALKS FAITF What is faith. There are so many answers. Some say it is belief withoul proof. Some say it is the feel mg within — like intuition: he who believes without knowinj how or why, has faith. Withou this inner strength and support life is indeed an unhappy affair without resting places and prop: for daily living. In fact, one seem; to spend it in space when he ha! nothing within to give confidence Faith is not a matter of addition And yet, even those who thinl they have no faith, show tha they have it in many differen uays. One of the greatest proof: of this faith is shown by the gar 1 dener, thus: He who plants a seed from beneath the sod And waits for it to push it: way up through the clod, Has faith in God. Beauty Hints by Nina Temple Slender Waistline Any woman may have a slendei waistline who is willing to do i few exercises daily thus: Stanc erect with feet apart, hands a' back of neck, then, twist the bodj from right to left many time: ' forcefully Then, bend forward backwards, left and right manj times. Now, lie on your stomach arms close to your side and then ' rock the body like a cradle, bach , and forth and from side to side You will be amazed when yoi measure your waistline. Wise Sayings: Life has always been dividec between the whippers and the whipt. He who is born with a silvei i spoon scoffs at the wooden ladle A peacock deplumed is but < : barnyard fowl. -o In March 1954, two enlistee WAVES were selected for office training, beginning a program t< integrate outstanding enlistee WAVES into the officer grades. ARMY NEEDS l MORE MUSICIANS M/Sgt. Thomas M. Lang, loca ’ Army recruiter, has announcec ’ that at present there is a critica ’ shortage of qualified musician: ' to fill existing vacancies in Army 'bands throughout the Third Army j area, in Southern States. Appli cants for direct assignments t£ these bands are now being ac | cepted by the U. S. Army Re ’ cruiting Station located at 514 P.O. Bldg., Jackson, Miss. Applicants for enlistment un der this program are enlisted for ; 3, 4, 5 or 6 years. Assignment tc the band for which they enlisl will depend on successful com pletion of advanced individual training. Continued assignment tc the band will depend on satisfac tory performance of duties anc the requirements of the service. Prior to acceptance under this ‘program applicants must be audi tioned and accepted by the Com manding Officer of the band ol their choice prior to being en listed. “What it amounts to” said Sgt. | Lang, “is a choice-not chance ! guarantee in writing that an ap plicant will be sent to an Army band of his choice. This offers him an excellent opportunity to con tinue his musical education and at the same time serve in a jot of his choice,” said the Army recruiter. “Applicants will be handled on a ‘first come, firsl i served’ basis until these vacancies are filled.” KELLOGG SWITCHBOARD COMPANY TO BUILD PLANT 1 Plans for a $2,000,000 Kellogg I Switchboard and Supply Com pany plant in Corinth has been announced by J. M. Kellogg, pres ident of the company. According to the contract, construction and allied costs of the new plant are not to exceed $1,250,000, and bonds in this amount will be voted upon by the first and fourth district voters of Alcorn County. The Kel logg company will maintain the property and pay a rent sufficient to retire the loan, with interest, in twenty years. CALLING ALL HOUSEWIVES TRADE WHERE YOU GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Your neighborhood Grocery anc Market FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES QUALITY MEATS A. L. Adams Grocery & MARKET PHONE 2-2471 158 East Monument St. A. L. ADAMS, prop JACKSON. MISS. For Good Taste, For Courteous Service, for Economy & Quality None Can Compare with PEOPLE'S FUNERAL HOME -Featuring-* Standard Service Ambulance Service Deluxe 886 North Farish St. Dial 5*4707 I EVERYBODY IS INVITED ‘ to the BEAUTIFUL - ULTRA MODERN CLUB WOODROW JACKSON'S NEWEST HOME OF • FINE FOODS • FINE SERVICE • SUPER ENTERTAINMENT Prices All Can Pay!! LOCATED OFF HIGHWAY 49 NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Biggs OWNERS WOODROW expects all his FRIENDS !! Refreshments of all Kinds Come Out Any Time S & S GROCERY -- CAFE -OPEN SUNDAYS 49 Highway North of City Extension I Turn Right 1 Block to Sunset Lrive Sub-division! -PHONE 2-9375 JOE SWAYZE (formerly at El Moroco) mgr. Shepherd's Kitchenette "Once You Eat Here It Will Become A Habit" JACKSON'S OLDEST NEGRO RESTAURANT FINE FOODS COURTEOUSLY SERVED ★ At Popular Prices... ★ In Pleasant Surroundings... Phone 4-9271 D. D. SHEPHERD, prop. 604 North Farish St. Jackson, Miss. i, f • FISHING TIME l ★ Casting LINES - RODS - REELS - BAIT Fly RODS ■ LINES - REELS - BAITS Spinning RODS - REELS - LINES - BAITS MINNOW BUCKETS . . SEINES . . DIP NETS FISH KNIVES . . SCRAPERS . . HOOKS . . LINES STRINGERS . . BAITS < Everett Hardware Co. 123 - 131 South State St. Dial 2-2628 "Jackson's Most Complete Hardware Store" • RE-ROOM • WEATHER-STRIP • PAINT ’-o REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS !! Building Materials FREE ESTIMATION -- TERMS TO SUIT YOU! COME IN TO SEE US BUILDERS LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY 2340 N. Mill St. Phone 3-4.691 Jackson, Miss. BUY IT FROM Conic Beauty & Barber Supply — A Complete Line of — Beauty and Barber Supplies Equipment-Products-Tool Service 615 North Farish St. Phone 3-3266 Frank Conic Protect Your Fur* and Winter Clothes USE OUR DEPENDABLE Storage Service EVERREADY CLEANERS AN EXPERT CLEANING SERVICE Phone 3-1826 Summer School ) 'Teachers Notice! 2 Furnished Bedrooms for rent. Close to Jack son College and on bus line. Home privileges— Write: MRS. SUSIE WALKER 1216 Eastview, or Call 3-0701 Jackson CALL 5-4252 or 2-6927 WE DELIVER • Pot Plants • Corsages • Special Arrangements BOOTS FLOWER SHOP 1 ' - -- HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Learn a Trade! BE A PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST!! Jackson Poro School of Beauty Culture Mrs. Catherine Langston » manager Mrs. Margaret Charleston, instructor Operators: < MINNIE LEE 240 East Bell Street FOR APPOINTMENT CALL - 2-2115 i . t DR. GENE W. FELDER D. D. Formerly Capitol Optical Co. 103 North Farish Jackson, Miss. ★ EYES EXAMINED ★ GLASSES FITTED DRINK * Soda * mmmmam Jackson Bottling Company Jackson, Mississippi i--- I LUMBER and BUILDING SUPPLIES • For that Extra Room or For A Brand New Home! • WINDOWS, DOORS, ROOFING • PAINTS • HARDWARE • EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING AND REPAIRING Free Estimation — Terms You Can Afford From one to 20 years to pay TERRY ROAD LUMBER YARD 1001 Terry Road - - Phone 2-3611 Jackson, Mississippi ■ • ' I EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING COMPLETE NEW EQUIPMENT Watchmaker with 30 years' Experience Bring Your Watch For Estimate PROMPT - EFFICIENT - GUARANTEED HUNT & WHITAKER, Inc. SPORTING GOODS - JEWELRY . LUGGAGE Corner N. Farish & Amite —Phone 2-6539 JACKSON, MISS. 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FURNITURE PREPARE For Comfort RE SLY On Prices dVal 2-5463 'You Get Your Money's Worth When You Trade With Us" BEAVER & FOR Furniture Co. ★ Electric Appliances ★ Gas Appliances ★ Wide Selection In All Home Furnishing! Easy Terms — Free Delivery 410 N. Farish St.