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Student Day
At J. S. C. Nov. 16
According to advance notices
more than two thousand high
schoolers, their principals and
spponsors, and parents of
members of the football squad
will converge on Jackson State
College s Alumni Field Satur
day, November 16. They will
be the guests of the College
for its annual High School and
Parents Day as the Jackson
Tigers take on the Kentucky
State Thorobreds. Saturday’s
game will be the second bona
fide MW A A contest for the
Tigers. The Alcorn College
game is also accepted by the
conference as a MWAA tilt.
Besides being a conference
game, Saturday’s finale for the
Tigers will be of interest to lo
cal fans because of the new
rivalry which the game will
begin. Coach Joe Gilliam, head
man at the “Blue Grass’’ insti
tution, served as backfield
corch at Jackson State until he
moved up to Kentucky in July
to take over the reins of the
Thorobreds. Giliam’s assistant
is also a former Mississippian.
Coach Paul Thomas was a suc
cessful coach in high school
P1 rr* loc at rironm
^Street High School before
joining his former teammate
in Frankfort.
Principals w ho have not pre
viously indicated the number
of students they will have at
tending the contest are urged
to do so immediately. For fur
ther information call W. O.
Robinson at 3-8836.
Pinola News
NEW HYMN GOSSIP . . .
Hello all you hip-shakers, love
makers and heartbreakers . . .
want to know the happenings
around New Hymn? Well, here
goes: Mertis Lee Holiday and
Louis Bingham are the love
birds, they seem to be “all
shook-up.’’ Seems to be a big
romance between Flora Dell
and Huston Thompson. Jose
Coahoma Tigers
To Play Noy. 16
The Coahoma Junior College
Tigers will be seeking their
fifth straight win of the sea
son when they face the Leland
College eleven at Baker, La.,
on November 16.
After a crushing 37-6 home
coming victory over Mary Hol
mes Junior College in their
November 2 encounter, the
Tigers enjoyed an unexpected
week of non-competition. An
open date developed when
Daniel Payne cancelled the
game previously scheduled for
November 9th.
In the Mary Holmes rout
Tour Tigers racked up a total
of six touchdowns, scoring in
every quarter. Roland Winn,
fleet halfback from Fayette
scored twice on spectacular
runs of 35 and 20 yards. Quar
terback Emerson Delaney, of
Woodville, converted an inter
cepted pass into a touchdown,
and later scored again on a
sneak through the linp Half
o
back Lloyd Robinson of Moss
Point circled right end for 15
yards to score, and 246 pound
Odel Tate, running from the
fullback slot crashed through
center on the 30 yard stripe
and with beautiful blocking
went into the end zone stand
ing up. The lone Tiger extra
point was turned in by half
back Taylor Cotton.
Following the game against
Leland, Coach Samuel Crump’s
Coahomans face Lone College
at Clarksdale on November 23
and close the season against
Prentiss Institute at Prentiss
on November 28.
phine is keeping her Mr. X all
to herself. Ruthie Lee is sear
ching the campus for someone
to love. R. C. McCadney and
Maxie Jewell are making the
headlines. The chicks are say
ing that if Frances Magee can
have a boy friend, surely Doris
Jean Mahaffey can find one
also ... So long until next
week.
Brookhoven
News
Willie Lloyd Dillon, Agent
KINDERGARTEN TEACH
ER HONORED AT TEA . . .
Mrs. Esther Godbold, teacher
and director of Esther Godbold
Kindergarten, was honored at
a Tea given by the newly or
ganized Kindergarten Mother’s
Club, November 11, at 5: P. M.,
in the home of the president,
Mrs. Leatrice Buie. Mrs. GOd
bold was pleasingly surprised
when asked by the president to
stand, and immediately a table
wras uncovered before her with
an abundance of teaching ma
terials, including a Philco Rec
ord Player and a supply of
story-records for the Kinder
garten. A financial donation
was also made. Mrs. Buie ex
plained to her and guests why
the Mothers had organized and
pooled their efforts to give her
this special honor. She stated
that the mothers were well
pleased with the training and
the things that their children
were learning to do under the
guidance of the honoree. An
other very interesting feature
was the talk made by Mrs.
.kvan h. Harris, encouraging
the mothers for their interests
in the welfare of the school
and asked that they continued
to demonstrate their apprecia
tion of the work being done
by their kindergarten teacher,
by giving her their active sup
port in the improvement of
the school. Mrs. Godbold ex
pressed her deep appreciation
and gratitude to the mothers.
Sharing in the pleasures of the
occasion were: Mrs. Maude B.
Allen, sister of Mrs. Godbold;
Mrs. Eva H. Harris, Mrs. Ma
tylde Buchanan, Mrs. Mary L.
Williams, Mrs. Beulah R. Wil
liams. Mothers present were:
Mesdames Leona Dow, Bea
trice Gills, Gay Smith, Dor
othy Cooley, Ann Tanner, Lea
trice Buie, Johnnie Bledsoe,
Ruby Brock, Mary Tillman,
Catherine McGhee, Lucile
Lindsey, Rosa Lee Parnell, Al
berta Smith, Cora L. Gearing,
Oteal Dixon, Roxie Trevillion,
Willie M. Friday. Rutha M.
Dixon, Augustine Johnson, Ida
Mae Henderson, Magaline
Brown, Mary Jane Wilson.
THE - CIRCLE OF THE
CHURCH OF CHRIST HOLI
NESS, met in the lovely home
of Mrs. Ida Mae Henderson
Sunday, November 10, with
the president, Mrs. Lucy Bell
Vance, presiding. During the
business session, three out
standing programs were plan
ned to be in charge of Mrs.
Ida Mae^Henderson, Mrs. Al
berta Merchant and Mrs. Mary
Jane Wilson. These ladies will
be assisted by members of the
Circle. During the social hour,
the hostess served cookies and
cocoa.
MISS WINNIE V. MAY, her
mother, Mrs. Lula Mae May
and her three grandchildren
are now living comfortably in
their modern new home on
South Washington Street. Con
gratulations are in order for
Miss May, who is the Home
Ec. Teacher at Parish High in
Hazlehurst.
BEULAH CHAPEL M. B.
CHURCH held regular ser
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vivco, ounuaj, nuvciuuci xu,
with the pastor, Rev. V. H.
Harris bringing the inspiring
message on the subject, “The
Time of Need.” One member
was added to the church.
There will be services at Beu
lah Chapel THANKSGIVING
DAY, beginning at 5: P. M.
The general public is invited
to come and worship.
FRIENDS OF REV. J. M.
McEWEN are glad that he is
able to be home after being
confined to the Baptist Hos
pital in Jackson, Miss. . . .
During the time he was in the
hospital he was attended by
his wife, Mrs. J. M. McEwen.
Assisting in bringing Rev. Mc
Ewen home was Mr. T. J.
Ranee.
FUNERAL SERVICES Were
held Sunday, November 10, in
the Kynett Methodist Church,
2: p. m., for Mr. Henry Mc
Intyre, a long time resident
of this city. Interment was in
Carvers Heights Cemetery.
Century Funeral Home was in
charge.
FUNERAL SERVICES for
Pvt. Curtis Patterson were
held Sunday, 2: P. M. in the
Second Baptist M. B. Church.
Interment in Carvers Heights
Cemetery. Johnson Funeral
Home in charge.
TATTLING
TESS
By VONCILE KEETON
While the world is real con
cerned about Sputnik and Mut
nick, things around Lanier and
Jim Hill are really jumpin . .
and we don’t know vhat will
reach the Moon first. . . Cool
Breeze, better known as Henry
Harris, has a little girl at
grand ole JSC and does he
think she’s sweet? Curtis Sky
les and Magnolia Fisher are
singing about “Wedding Bells” |
better take it easy kids. . . .
Clifton Farrier and Mary
Louise are just about the cool
est of the cool couples. Clyde
Sims has it made at Lanier
while Dead Eye Coleman has
it made with Belva Stanford.
Rose Currie and Otis Stamp
ley have eyes only for each
other. . . Flash . . . Seems that
at last Minnie Pearl Lowe has
Bennie Peotes to herself. . . .
Good going Minne Pearl. . . .
SeVeria Flowers and Fredrick
Waites are about the cutest
couple to be found. Everyone
is wondering about Ray flirt
field and Doristeen Mickel, but
it’s one thing for sure, she is
not worried. I. C. Dopson is up
in the air about a certain chick,
but he’s keeping her name a
secret.
Best Dressed Guys and Gals
for the week: James Charles
Coleman, Clyde Sims, Bennie
Poates, Joe Gray, Tommie Rob
inson, Benjamin Williams,
Mary Thompson, Vivian Ross,
Lillie Lee, Velma Parris, Ruby
Thompson, Grace Smith. . . .
Beulah Smith says she isn’t
worried at all about Richard
Jordan, because she knows she
is the one and only for him.. .
we wonder. Annie Williams
seems to occupy all of Aliene’s
time, but he doesn’t seem to
mind. Johnnie Stubbs has the
best chance with Eddie Mc
Lery, but Tony is left out in
the cold. The people want to
know if its true that wedding
bells will soon ring for Nelva
Jean and Bennie Gibson?
What they’re singing around
Lanier and Hill High: “Darling
You Send Me,” “You Make It,
If You Try,” “Don’t Cry,” “Let
It Roll,” “Wake Up Little Su
sie.” Willie Cooper, Billy Kee
ton, Robert Bullie and Joe
Gray were really living it up
in Vicksburg recently, but Mar
garet Brown has other ideas.
Mutt, better known as the jiv
er of Tougaloo says that Geor
gia Ann or no other Sputnick
can take Judy Stewart’s place
with him. . . Joseph Graham
and Bettie Guice have already
joined hand in hand said I do
we hear.
New romances: Tommie and
Vonciel, Nella Richmond and
Clyde Sims. Couples of the
week: Richard and Beulah,
Claiborne and Rose, James and
Maxine, Grace and Sam. Hill
Hi couples of the week: Jimmie
Ann Oliver and Howard; Jo
nell Williams and Annie Rob
mson; Phillis and Ross Clay;
Joe Jones and Eddie Brown
Kelly are really living it up
these days. . . Well guys and
gals be seeing you.... Remem
ber, TATTLING TESS IS
YOUR COLUMN... Send your
news direct to The Miss. En
terprise office, 110 E. Monu
ment, if you can’t get it to your
reporter . . . Voncile . . .
BAY SPRINGS NEWS
CIRCLE MEETING was held
in the home of Mrs. Mary Ella
Graham, Tuesday afternoon, at
5:30.
THE WOMAN’S SOCIETY
OF CHRISTIAN Service will
meet in the home of Mrs. Para
lee Storkes, Sunday afternoon,
November 17, 1957.
MRS. MIGNON WALLS, her
daughter and niece were call
ed to their home in Marshall,
Texas early last week because
of illness of their niece and
sister, Miss Charolette Bell. It
is hoped that Miss Bell will
soon be up and about again.
- •
MR. JOE CRAFT of Chicago
spent a few days home with
his family, Mrs. Catherine
Craft and Children, Mr. Craft
is employed in Chicago.
SICK LIST: At this writing
the following persons are re
ported in the Simmon Clinic:
Mrs. Zula Thigpen and little
Mary Gown; Mr. Pink McDow
ald and Jeff Hughes, all of
Bay Springs. It is hoped that
all will have a speedy recov
ery.
MRS. DORIS BELCHER <
ADAMS of Bessemer, Ala. and
Cleveland, Ohio was a wel- !
come visitor in our town. She i
spent two weeks visiting her
sister, Miss Lois Belcher who
teaches in the Bay Springs
Colored School.
# FUNERAL SERVICES were
held Monday, Nov. 11, at 2:
P. M. in the First Baptist
Church for Mrs. Hager Price,
Rev. I. C. Allen, pastor, officia
:ing. Mrs. Price was one of
;he oldest members in the
church. She was also a mem
jer of the Heroines of Jericho.
She will be missed by her
nany relatives and friends.
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