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News Mr. Roosevelt Strong, Agent THIS WEEK, Teachers of Hazlehurst and Copiah County will attend the 52nd annual Mississippi Teachers Associa tion convening in Jackson, March 20-22. We wish for them a most successful ses sion. MR. AND MRS. ELIHUE LYNCH, Mr. and Mrs. Haney Miachael and Mrs. Foster's son of Hazlehurst were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs Norris Foster of Vicksburg, re cently. Mrs. Foster served her guest a delicious dinner, after which, they all went to the Mississippi River to see the Boat, Race. Send all Hazlehurst News or Copiah County News, to Roose velt Strong, Box 522, Hazle hurst or directly to the Miss Enterprise, 110 E. Monument Jackson, Miss. Utica News Mrs. Ruby Clarkston, Agent Funeral sendees were held at the Welcome M. B. Church for Bro. C. Bracey on Sunday March 16, at 11: o’clock, the Rev. Moffett, officiating. On Sunday evening, March 16, Miss Florine Dixon and Johnnie Hicks were united ir marriage at the home of the bride’s parents. A receptior followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Ken dricks were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hicks, Sunday, March 16, along with their two daughters. The Kendricks live in Jackson. The Seven Stars of Jackson rendered song services at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Sun day 7:30 P. M. Mr. Tom Finley is on the sick list this week. Friends wish for him a rapid and speedy recovery. Mrs. Annie Bell Ford, has re turned home to Learned from her recent visit to Los Angeles, Calif., where she visited her sister, Mrs. Hattie Sampson. Friends are happy to know that she had a most enjoyab’e visit. Mr; and Mrs. Earnest Burns and two granddaughters were visitors in the home of Mrs. Burn’s brother and sister-in law, Mr. and - Mrs. Melvin Smith. The Burns live in Jack son. North Jackson News Rev. A. R. Thomas, Agent The Progressive Sunday School met on time at the us ual hour with Supt. J. B. Ma son, presiding. The lesson sub ject was: “The Church and Community Evangelism.” Mu sic was played by the pianist, Miss Mary Ann Taylor. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Peterson and the adult class taught by Rev. A. R. Thomas. The Black Board was demonstrated by Bro. Spiggins. Closing re marks by Rev. Thomas. S. S. Collection, $7.20. Miss Elnora Sims, Secretary; Rev. L. H. Newsome, Pastor. The Progressive Mission So ciety is doing fine under the letdership of the president, Sis. Maudine Taylor. The Progressive Junior Cho rus is grateful and extend thanks to all their friends who participated in Buying Plates for the Building Fund Drive, Mrs. Maudine Taylor, Sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mont gomery and family were week end visitors in Hazlehurst as guests of relatives and friends. They report an enjoyable visit. Attention -friends, one and all . . . you are specially in vited to come and worship with us in our Building Fund Drive, Sunday, March 23, 1958. Many great speakers will be present. Rev. Newsome will deliver the closing message. Come one, Come all. We are progressing fine in the Build ing of our new church. We I certainly appreciate the dona tions, Rev. L. H. Newsome, Pastor, Mrs. Charlene Stewart, Secretary, Bro. Horace Wilson, Program and Finance man ager. 3-PARIS CLEANERS For Your Convenience Offering • ONE DAY SERVICE • PICK-UP AND DELIVERY No 1— 800 No. Farish — Dial 2-0641 No. 2—3308 Bailey Ave. Ext.—Dial 6-9247 No. 3—Whitfield-Mill Shopping Center—Our New Pick-Up Station. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR CASH and CARRY PRICES 6 SHIRTS For $1.00 JESSE WILLIAMS. Prop 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 rodtn 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. Pontiac SALES & SERVICE Visit Our Outstanding Service Department Lane - Moak PONTIAC Successors to Madison Auto Jales, Inc. Dial 3-6307 227 E. Pascagoula JACKSON, MISS. WELCOME TEACHERS Attending The 52nd Session of the % Mississippi Teachers Assn. ' • * MARCH 20-22 [9 • RIDE A 15c BUS TO ANY PART OF THE CITY| • CLEAN, COMFORTABLE, CONVENIENT • SAVE MONEY AND TIME - V S’ • - — ■ § t « Phone 2-3114 ■ . « • • I I " 800 W. MONUMENT JACKSON, MlSS. / ^ * ■ * V.;. GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES for a Successful M. T. A. In Jackson March 20-22 Brookhaven Coca-Cola Bottling Company Brookhaven, Miss. SUCCESS .. to your. . MISSISSIPPI TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Shop for Easter Candy and Novelties at... EAST'S PHARMACY Prescriptions - Drugs - Notions Sundries So. Whitworth Ave. Phone 39 -61 Brookhaven, Mississippi GREETINGS to Teachers of Lincoln County ABRAMS MERCANTILE COMPANY HARDWARE - FARM SUPPLIES Brookhaven, Mississippi j WELCOME TEACHERS ! May Your 52nd Convention Be Successful UNREDEEMED WATCHES $7.50 - $9.75 - $12.50 - $14.50 A Complete Line of SPORTING GOODS Loans on Watches, Diamonds, Guns, Radios, Men's Clothing,, Etc. Prompt, Courteous and Confidential Service HUNT & WHITAKER LOANS, Inc. 149 N. Forish Phone 3-4901 Welcome Teachers JACKSON GLASS and MIRROR CO., Inc. GLASS AND MIRRORS STORE FRONTS — SAFETY WINDOW — FURNITURE TOPS For Many Other Uses 225 East South Phone 3-2701 JACKSON, MISS. WELCOME TEACHERS ATTENDING THE M T. A. BROWN FURNITURE CO. A complete line of Furniture And Electrical Appliances — Visit Us 215 N. Farish St. Dial 2 2448 Jackson, Miss. On Behalf of the J Teachers of Canton ' and Madison County we Wish for the MississioD!T<,'»tl,o« Aee«e;ation a Successful Se»»ion 0 Canton Casket Company The Only Casket Company in Mississippi to remain in business during World War II Canton, Miss. GREETINGS to M. T. A. Visit Us For Easter Clothes for the Family MENS' or LADIES SUITS EZY CREDIT Low Payments BRIDGES Clothing / * Phone 1479 Welcome Teachers i Attending The M. T. A. MARCH 20-21-22 UNION STOCK YARDS Doily Buying Except Soturdoys .nd Holidays CATTLE-HOGS DIAL 6-4733 In North Jackson on Mayes St.