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News compiled and published in the interest of Vicksburg and Warren County Citizeus RUBY P LEWIS .... Editor Phone 962 HENRY BROWN, JR. Circulation Phone-693 Phone all news in the Vicksburg Area to 962 or 693 or mail to j 630 Miller Alley, to Circulation Manager, or 1007 Third Nortfti | Editor. « ! ALL CARDS OF THANKS AND IN MEMOR1AMS ... $150 j Advertising Rates on Request CHURCH NEWS The following churches will observe the Holy Communion Sunday, November 17, 1957, both day and night services: Rock of Ages, Rev. E. S. Hicks, pastor. Oak Grove, Rev. B. L. Tho mas, pastor. Shiloh, Rev. J. B. Buford, pastor. Mt. Zion No. 2, Rev. B. J. MeSwain, pastor. St. Peters, Rev. S. Slaugh ter, pastor. Free Will Baptist, Rev. L. R. Clay, pastor. New Hope Baptist, Beech wood on Highway 80, S. S. at 9:30 a. m., Service, 11:30, Rev. C. Downs, pastor. BRIGHT MORNING STAR M. B. CHURCH NEWS The Bright Morning Star M. B. Church, located at 811 Mea dow Street, Rev. S. S. Ames, pastor: Mrs. Theresa Sims. Clerk; Mrs. Lubertha Sims, Building Fund Clerk; Mr. Charles Geter, pianist; Miss Frankie Scott, Church report er. SUNDAY, 9:30 S. S., Mrs. Lubertha Chiles, Supt., Mr. A. A. Hall, Asst. Supt., Miss Wil lie D. Logan, Sec., Miss Elmira Williams, Asst. Sec., Mrs. M. E. Adams, S. S. Treasurer. Each member of the Sunday School is asked to donate 25c to increase our treasurer. On Nov. 24, following the regular S. S., there will be a very in teresting promotion program. All officers and pupils are re quested to be present and on time. MONDAY: 5 p. m. Jun ior choir rehearsal, Mrs. Ro setta Gant, directress. 6 p. m., Senior choir rehearsal, Mrs. Juanita Holmes president, Mrs. M. E. Adams, Vice. 7 p. m., Mis sionary Society meeting, Mrs. Juanita Holmes, president, Mrs. Ella W. Hall, Vice. All members are asked to be pres ent, especially our church riecuse De on lime. WEDNESDAY, 7 p. m., Prayer Services conducted by the Dea cons. Please come and bring some one with you. FRIDAY, Usher Board meeting Friday night in the church, Mrs. Mar tha C. Evans, president. On last Sunday morning a large group of our members and friends went to Jerusalem M. B. Church in Clarksdale, Miss., to attend our pastor’s an niversary, which was spiritual ly and beautifully celebrated. All who appeared on program were at their best. Our pastor, Rev. S. S. Imes expressed his gratitude and appreciation to all who contributed in any way to the success of this anniver sary celebration. He was es pecially grateful for the many gifts and acts of kindness and thoughtfulness. Thanks to those who helped our Senior choir president and our Missionary Society presi dent, Mrs. Juanita Holmes, to celebrate her birthday on last Sunday evening. She was thril led over receiving so many lovely gifts, his birthday party was celebrated through the Christian Women’s Birthday Club, Mrs. Mary Featherston, president. Shut-in and On Sick List: Deacon David Winn is still im proving. Mrs. Martha C. Evans is much better. Mrs. Hazel Goodlow, Mrs. Mamie Burn side, Mrs. Matilda Robinson, Mrs. Mary Frances Williams, Mrs. Addie Murphy, Miss Lil lie Williams are among our members on the sick list. We wish for them a speedy recov ery. We are happy to see Mas ter Lavern Davis, up and out. Miss Mary Catherine Evans was called to the bedside of her mother on October 17 and she thanks every one, includ ing the Vicksburg Infirmary, Dr. N. Lewis and nurses, also Mercy Hosptal staff, Drs. Law rence Clarke, Preston Herring and nurses; Dr. Jas. L. Lowery, Jr., all the churches, societies, neighbors and friends. She prays God’s blessings on all of you. Miss Evans is a graduate of Bowman High and a very _1 _l__. r * '■*** XUJ U * iULillULl Ul Bright Morning Star M. B. Church. She has been residing in Nebrand, 111., for sometime. We, the officers and mem bers were grateful to receive Bro. J. L. Davis into the chur ch, November 3. May he grow stronger each day; also Sis. Mary Anderson and Sister Lil ly Simpson in our Sunday School. THE PASTOR’S AID PRO GRAM will be held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church No. 1, Sunday, November 17 at 11 a. m. Fol lowing the Sunday School con ducted by Supt. H. Brown, the Deacons will have charge of the devotion; Miss Addie B. Cook will act as mistress of ceremony. The welcome ad dress will be given by Miss Johnnie B. Coleman; the re sponse by Mr. T. C. Johnson; Remarks by Mr. Columbus Robinson; Sermon by Rever end Thompson of Jackson; Re marks by Mrs. M. F. Flowers, president of the Pastor’s Aid Club. Music will be furnished by the church’s choir and the Morning Star Youth Choir and Gospel Singers of Jackson, Miss. The finance committee is Mrs. L. Sweet, Mrs. C. Lacey and Mrs. H. Chambers. Rev. P. E. Lott, pastor, Sis. L. C. Branch, clerk. Dinner will be served. ON SUNDAY, NOV. 10, the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Stars held their Grand Session at the Jackson Street Baptist Church, before a record-break ing crowd. The choirs were at their best and Mrs. Mamie Al len gave the Welcome address, which ’was beautifully done, and reflected much credit to her. A SINGING Convention will be held at St. Peters M. B. Church, November 24 at 2 p.m. Admission 35c. Sponsored by the Kings Jubilee Singers, Roosevelt Rounds, manager, Route 2, Box 107. MT. PILGRIM M. B. Church News. . . Rev. T. H. Turner, pastor. S. S., 9:30, Bro. Willie Elzie, Supt., Bro. Frank Pitt man, Asst. 11:30 Covenant meeting with officers in char ge. MONDAY: 7 p. m., Senior choir rehearsal, Mrs. Mary Toles, Pres., Mrs. Dorothy Scott, pianist. TUESDAY Night, regular Prayer meet ing. THURSDAY night, Chris tian Home Society No. 14, Mrs. Rosie Johnson, Pres. FRIDAY, 5:30, Junior choir rehearsal, Miss Mary Frances Elzie, Pres., Miss Evelyn Jean Thomas, pianist. The members antf fri ends of Mr. Pheonix Barns are sorry to know he is still on the sick list and has been moved to the Veterans Hospital in Jackson. We are praying for him a speedy recovery. THE JOLLY FELLOWS' So cial Club will sponsor a party at*Jimmy’s Place at 1801 Chest nut Street, Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be for sale. Everybody is invited. No admission at door. CHRISTIAN’S PATH Amid the world’s vain pleasu res, din and strife, The Christian tread the up ward path of life; Through sorely tempted to for sake the way, He presses onward still, from day to day; On worldly honors he with a scorn looks down, Content if he at last shall wear a Crown. And worldly wealth without re gret he leaves, Utica News Mrs. Ruby Clarkston, Reporter Service was held at the New Salem M. B. Church, Sunday with Rev. John White deliver ing a soul-stirring sermon on the subject, “I press to the mark of a higher calling which is in Christ Jesus.” Following this, Rev. White and his con-* gregation went to Rev. Stamp’s church where he delivered a sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Ken ms treasure nas past Deyona the reach of thieves, The Siren pleasure with valup • tuous strain; His ear he closes to‘ their idle noises, And hasten upward to celestial Joy; At God’s right hand he owns an ample store, We look to JESUS the almigh ty friend for ever mone, Thee O Lord the only one upon which we can depend; No friend like thee O Lord that love all men. —MRS. S. WATT. drick and family, also Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Gary, all of Jack son were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hicks. Mr. Cable Hicks from the service, visited in the home oi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu gene Hicks, Saturday, Nov. 9. He has served in the armed forces, 14 years. He will re turn to his camp, Sunday, Nov. 17. , UTICA GOSSIP ... It is still the same thing with Mat tie M. C. and T. A., the great All-American . . . Mary H. D. is singing and crying her eyes r»nt hAi’anco cho rlrtocn’f havo anyone to love. Henry Martin and Gloria Williams are the two lovebirds of the week. V. W. said she got so much love for P. Caston that she says she can’t hold it all by herself. Say hep cats and all you love makers around Utica, Utica In stitute is having Homecoming, November 22, 1957. The games starts at 1:30. Please don’t forget the big dance that night riffrit after the game. Come on down and let have a ball and do a little jumping . . . See you around. Terry News Mr. and Mrs. Snook Allen are the phoud grandparents of a baby boy who has been nam ed George Henry Thomas. We look forward to seeing their picture in the paper soon. Mrs. Mary Lucy Harvey is on the sick list. Friends wish for her a speedy recovery. TERRY GOSSIP . . . Here’ the latest on Sumner Hill cam pus . . . Shirley is looking with a pretty eye at Mr. McGee and is singing, “All I want is one c-iicmee wnii yuu. Diny wnai are you and Shirley Fields go ing to do? That’s the big ques tion in the 10th grade. “Miss Sumner IJill” come from 10-2. She is Miss Arlene Wade of Bolton and Claude is giving her a glad eye. Annie you had better watch a certain fellow, because Shirley seems quite interested in him. James Ownes and Pauline Hart are really in love and don’t care who knows it. . . Mr. X and Miss X have given everybody in Terry something to talk about . . . guess who they are, most people know. Ike looks as if he is trying to break Shir ley’s heart but L. B. says “if he doesn’t love you darling, I do”. Johnnie and Lenon are very much in love. John and Edna are really living it up . .. Well see you around later. . . Re TheS&S CAFE Offer • Fine Foods • Refreshments • Entertainment You Are Always WELCOME Dial 6-9233 • 49 Highway North of City Limits. Off Sunset Drive Your Host . . . JOHN SIMPSON member the Big Pre-Thanks giving Dance at Stevens Rose Room, Wednesday night, Nov 27 . . . music by Little Willie John, Linda Hoppins and Ar nett Cobbs orchestra. . . Don’t miss this one. Bogue Chitto News MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR GALLOWAY, Sr., are happy to have their son-in-law, daugh ter, Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Lee Porter and children of Spring field, Mass., with them for an indefinte stay. They son, PFC Franklin Galloway was also a recent visitor in their home. However, he has returned to Ft. Chaffee, Ft. Smith, Ark. Pfc. Galloway is a 195o gradu ate of Jackson State College. THE FACULTY and stu dents of Lincoln County Train ing School are happy to kno\tf that Bonita Lyons, 8th grade student and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lyons is about ready to return to school after several. weeks of serious ill” ness. »rur TT A T T AtirP'PXT ro.nl. val, an annual affair at Lin coln County Training School was a big success and was en joyed by teachers, students and parents. Mr. T. J. Ranee is the principal of Lincoln Coun ty Training School and is do* ing an excellent job as an ad ministrator. 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