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News compiled and published in the Interest of Vicksburg and Warren County Citizens. RUBY P. LEWIS....Editor. Phone 062 HENRY BROWN, JR.Circulation. Phone 603 Phone all news in the Vicksburg Area to 962 or 693 or mail to 630 Miller Alley, to Circulation Manager, or 1007 Third North, Editor. ALL CARDS OF THANKS AND IN MEMOR1AMS_$1.50 Advertising Rates on Request CHURCH NEWS The following churches will observe Communion Sunday, December 8, 1957: King David No. 1, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. S. H. Car radine, pastor. Mt. Calvary Church, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. E. D. Slau ghter, pastor. Spring Hill, 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m., Rev. M. M. Morris, pas tor. Travelers Rest Church, 11 a. m., and 7:00 p. m., Rev. J. H. Williams, pastor. Zion Travelers, 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m., Rev. Curley, pastor. Pleasant Hill M. B. Church, Hawkins Community, S. S. 9:00 a. m., Worship service 12:30, Rev. T. Ray, pastor. Triumph M. B. Church, Rev. C. C. Bolden, pastor. S. S. at 9:30 a. m., Service 11:30 a. m., Kings, Miss. Burnstand M. B. Church, j Rev. T. Ray, pastor; S. S. 9:00 i a. m..Service 10:30 a. m. — THE MT. ZION NO. 1, Pro gressive club will meet at the home of Mrs. Daisye Donnell, 1010 Walnut Street, Tuesday night, Dec. 10, 7:30 p. m. All j members are urged to be pres-1 ent. Mrs. Marie Turner, presi- ( dent; Mrs. Annie Crosby, sec retary; Rev. P. E. Lott, pastor; Mrs. Lillie Sweet, pastor. Community Bible Class will hold its next meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church No. 2, N. Adams Street, Sunday, Dec. 8, T» - T~\ ___a_mi. . Jiicv. mtgwaiuc, paaiui. me ' topic to be discussed will be: “To what extent are the chur ches responsible for the un faithfulness of its members to God?” Members are urged to, bring their Bibles and Gospel i Pearl song books. APPRECIATION DAY will' be observed at St. Paul M. B. Church, Bovina, Miss., Sunday, Dec. 8. A program, high in spiritual value has been plan ned that will include music by the choir, devotion by the offi cers, Welcome address, Tom mie Virginia Brown; Response, Archie Lewis; Remarks, John McCray; Greetings to pastor, Edmund Mills. The sermon will be delivered by Rev. A. B. Brown and all churches of the city and nearby towns are in vited. Rev. Hosea Phillips, pas tor, Mrs. Mary Ruth Brown, secretary. CALVARY Church News ... There will be a Chitiling Sup per this Saturday evening, De cember 7, in the home of Mrs. Daisy Mae Short, 216 Illinois Ave., in the Jonestown com munity. Sponsored by Mrs. Short. Proceeds will benefit the Men’s Day Program. All members are urged to attend, visitors are welcome. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. S. S., Mr. George Murphy, Supt., Mr. Arthur Chattman, Asst. Tuesday, 6 p. m., Youth Choir rehearsal, Mrc OHpcqip Hall manaopp and Miss Elizabeth Murphy, secretary. 7:00 p. m., Senior Choir rehearsal, Mr. George Murphy, president, Mrs. Jen nie B. Dunn, vice. Wednesday, 7:00 p. m., Weekly Prayer meeting, officers in charge. The Missionary Society will meet December 16 at the chur ch, Mrs. Odessie Hall, presi dent, Mrs. Katie Williams, sec retary. We wish to remind all Deacons and Laymen that the City-Wide Religious Training and Educational Movement meets each Sunday evening in the church at 4:00 p. m. We urge all officers of this degree to be present and on time. The meeting lasts one hour. Mr. A. A. Taylor, chairman, Mr. Eddie Gray, Asst., and Mr. B. Wood hnifon Cm rni_n f i. -r'*_ ,9 utu, jliic mi. rci dll Lodge No. 12, will meet in the Temple at 723 Grove St., De cember 11 at 7:30 p. m. The Worshipful Master requests the presence of every member. Since the next meeting falls on Christmas Day, we will endea vor to complete our business for this year on the 11th, so all can enjoy the holiday with their families and friends. B. Woodhouse, W. M., and Fred Ware, Secretary. THE PILGRIM M. B. Chur ch, Lynn Street, Rev. T. H. Turner, pastor. S. S. at 9:30 a. m., Mr. Willie Elzie, supt., Mr. Frank Pittman, Sr., asst. Mon day night, Senior Choir re hearsal, Mrs. Mary Toles, pre sident, Mrs. Dorothy Shorts, pianist. Tuesday night, Pray er meeting. Friday evening, 5:30, Junior Choir rehearsal. Miss Mary L. Elzie, pres., Miss Evelyn J. Thomas, pianist. The Hartman Sisters, along with little Rev. T. B. Brown of Greenwood will appear at the Mt. Pilgrim M. B. Church. You will miss a spiritual feast if you fail to see and hear this If You Can't Buy at Lloyd's . . . You Can't Buy ... Bring your FORD Home to Your Friendly Ford Dealer • Excellent Service Dept. • One of Largest Parts Dept, in State — Lloyd Ford Co. DEALERS IN A-l USED CARS, TRUCKS Dial 5-8581 430 So. State SL OPEN NOW ENROLL your child in a well-planned Nursery-Kinder garten Day Care for pre-school children. Children are grouped in separate rooms according to age, with a worker for each age group. Even the tiniest tot learn: at The Nook. ACTIVITIES are: pre-primer work for 5-year olds, crafts, singing, rhythm band, music, Bible stories, helping with serving and setting-up tables for dinner, story telling, eating, sleeping, sharing toys, etc., religious training and many useful things for the young child. FEES: Entrance Fee. $1.00 Tuiton - per week. 1.25 Food and Milk - per week. 1.10 First Week Pay.$3.35 Thereafter pay $2.35 each Monday morning. A good hot noon-day meal with milk is served every day. Slightly higher fees for children under 3 years of age. There is room for 4- and 5-year olds. SO EN ROLL YOUR 5-YEAR OLDS SO THAT THEY CAN BE WELL TRAINED FOR ENTRANCE IN BIG SCHOOL NEXT FALL. HOURS: 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.—Monday through Friday. Telephone 2-1311 MISS GERTRUDE T. HART. Directress. . - # ' group. Watch for the date. THE PASTOR, Officers t id members of the "Greater Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, cor dially invite you to attend the 45th anniversary and Grand Opening program of their new church building, to be held the 3rd Sunday, December 15,1957. A big celebration is planned, the name of each church and its pastor who represents will be recorded in the 45th Gold en Anniversary Memo Book of the church. Rev. C. Cedric Claiborne, pastor, Mrs. Lucy Pilate, sec., Mrs. Ivory Green, asst. sec. THE LOVING Birthday Club met November 30, in the home of Mrs. Clara Fegures, 1721 Chestnut St. Members present __Ci:_ tt v* v, . iuv.ouaiuco lucuooa uuiir age, Bernice Lamb, Annie B. Jackson, Clara Beverett, Ra chel Parker, Willie M. Davis, Rotie Jones, Virginia Brown, reporter. MRS. ALBERTA LUMP KINS of 224 North Locust St., celebrated her 68th birthday Sunday, November 24, with an enjoyable birthday dinner. Mrs. Lumpkins’ many blessings in clude five daughters, one son, 13 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Her many fri ends wish for her many more happy birthday anniversaries. MISS RUBY SHIELDS’ many friends were happy to see ner during the Thanksgiv ing holidays. Miss Shields was accompanied here by Mr. Elzy Johnson, also of Chicago. While here, she received many social courtesies among them was a dinner party Wednesday night, November 27, in the home of Mrs. Mary Lou Davis, 800 First North Street, where she was beautifully entertain ed by this charming hostess. Others sharing the pleasures of this occasion were: Mrs. Ar rgzetta Lindsey, Mr. Elzy John son, Mr. Bill Dillon, Mr. Rob ert Higgins, Mrs. Mary Ander son and MrS. Ruby Lewis. DON’T BUY any used car until you see the Spic & Span Used Cars we Offer They are backed by a real written guarantee and a LIFE-TIME SERVICE POLICY Many Cars To Select from CRAIGO MOTORS Mississippi's Largest CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Dealer Car lots on both sides of Street Phones 3-3841 or 2-3732 419 South Gallatin JACKSON, MISS. 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The church had a Family Rally for the pastor and money raised was $51.00. Visitors from Jackson were, Rev. Miller, Rev. Samuel Thomas, Bro. Garrett, and Rev. Davis who made an interesting talk. Everyone is happy to hear that Luther James Stimage is reported improving after being on the sick list for more than a week. UTICA GOSSIP ... Hi, SEAT COVER SALE While they last - Was How ALL PLASTIC .... $24.95 $14.95 ALL PLASTIC .... $21.95 $14.95 Sellout — Sale on Seat Covers at All BILLUPS SERVICE STATIONS 9 C Beauty and Barber Supplies —Dealer For— E. F. YOUNG JR. NULOX-HOUSE of BEAUTY and WINGATE Products PERSULAN — CLAIROL — ROMITO — VEECO and DONNELLY EQUIPMENT Barber Tools Serviced Dial 3-3266 615 N. Farish Jackson, Miss. Brilliant Highlight In Just A Minute Steve’s Hair Dressing contains the same rich oils found in high price creams . . . yet it is so inexpensive . . . guaran teed for quality or your money refunded. 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