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JV£WS ' By SARAH McNEAMER HARVEY _ t This 'N That By SARAH M. HARVEY THOUGHT FOR TODAY: “Force never changed any body’s mind, but education and understanding have won a lot of victories, even though they take longer.” —Charles E. Wilson WE WELCOME THE MIS SISSIPPI TEACHERS ASSO CIATION . . . The staff of the Mississippi Enterprise on behalf of our readers, our ad vertisers, our agents, our car riers — and the staffs of both the Vicksburg Enterprise and Greenwood Enterprise, are happily privileged to extend warm and sincere Greetings and Welcome to the htousands of teachers from over the state who are in attendance of the 52nd Annual session of the Mississippi Teachers Associa tion. We extend to you every courtesy of which we are in command and pray that every second spent in our city will be enjoyable and beneficial . . . It has been our privilege for a number of years to share a small part in the glorious history that is yours and again this year, we say — a group so rich in heritage; so out standing in achievements and contributions to the education al progress and success of Mis sissippi rvegroes is vvn,LiJU ut SERVANT of all honor that can come to you . . . WE OF THE ENTERPRISE DO HON OR YOU AND WELCOME YOU. . . IN OUR RUSH TO GET OUT WITH THE TEACHERS ... we must cut this short . . . but will be back next week . . . however can’t close this without saying ... IN YOUR PREPARATIONS FOR FIRST CLASS CITIZENSHIP, REMEMBER THESE THINGS ARE VITALLY IMPORTANT . . . “GOD IN YOUR HEART, EDUCATION IN YOUR HEAD, and MONEY IN YOUR HAND” . . . HAVE YOU BE COME A QUALIFIED VO TER? SOUTHSIDE GOOD SAMARTIAN CLUB NO. 1 MEETS The South Side Good Sama ritian Club No. 1, had begun their work for 1958, with the first meeting being opened with a spiritual devotion to be followed by an inspiring and encouraging talk by Bro. T. J. Cuney. The Bible lesson was beautifully taught by Mrs. Bes sie Hicks and the club agreed to order come books for the use of the members. Mrs. Grace January brought a Guess Box to the club, to help in building the treasure. A most entertaining program, ar ranged by Mrs. Taylor was en joyed. Visitors are welcome to the next meeting that will be the first Sunday in April. Mrs. Geneva Davis is president; Mrs. Grace January, treasurer, Mrs. Josie Davis, secretary, and Frances Wade, reporter. Visit - - Chinn's Motel • Private Bath and • Private Drive-In Garage Air-Condi tioned, Room Ser vice • Reasonable Rates Next Door To NEW CLUB DESIRE Canton, Miss. Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Chinn Properietors BEAUTICIANS MEET The Jackson Professional Beauticians Club met Monday night, April 17, at College Park Club House, Mrs. Sidney Mar shall, presiding. A very inspir ing devotion was conducted by chaplain, Mrs. Henrietta Lee. Plans were made for the Dis trict meeting which will be held in Jackson, April 21 at College Park Club House. A very helpful program was out lined. A reception will folloto adjournment of meeting at the Elks Rest, located on Lynch Street. Sunday, March 30, 1958 a Beauticians program will be held at Lynch Street C. M. E. Church, Rev. P. H. Brown, pas tor and speaker. A Silver Tea will follow on the first floor from 4 to 5 p. m. All beauti cians are urged to be present. THE CLEVELAND HENDER SON’ ENTERTAIN DINNER GUESTS The lovely, well appointed home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve land Henderson, Brown Street, was the scene of a most de lightful Dinner Party, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose, Chicago visitors who have spent several weeks in Jackson and the State Shar ing the delicious dinner of southern-fried chicken with all the trimmings with the honor ed guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stevens of 800 Woodrow Wilson. The Ambrose left Thursday for their home, 5445 Indiana Avenue, Chicago. Mrs. Ambrose will be remembered as the former Mrs. Amy Tyler Martin, outstanding seam stress, who until going to Chi cago, lived here on Lilly Street. Mr. Ambrose, a native of Lexington, Miss., is a mem ber of one of the state’s most distinguished families. He is the brother of Mrs. Lillian Rogers Johnson of Clarksdale and Mrs. Isabell Lee of India nola. THE MEADOW HEIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB Mrs. Genell Johnson was hostess for the club. Of the February meeting. The hos tess greeted the members and guest with a great smile. The meeting was open with the president in charge then it turned over to the chaplain in charge with opening song prayer and scripture by Mr. C. L. Jackson and then an ex cellent solo sung by Mrs. G. Johnson was enjoyed by all. The house was then opened for business. We all agreed to take a package of food to a needy family. The purpose of the club was then explained by the presi dent that is to make a better neighborhood and a few of the ways to do so is by regular Bible reading and doing more for others that is in need. If You Want Longer Lovelier Hair Use Vayler's Special Double Strength Pomade For Temple and Scalp —. It relieves DANDRUFF, leaving the hair soft and fluffy — Usually satisfying results comes in 5 to 7 days... TRY THIS SPECIAL OFFER . . . 2 Boxes of the Pomade and One Box of Pressing Oil for only $1.00 plus 15c postage.. . Total $1.15. Send Cach With Order. NAME... Route or P. O. Box.... City - State. WEBB’S PRODUCT BEAUTY SCHOOL AND SHOP 2719 Lilly Street Phonp 5-7969 P.O.Box 2602 Jackson, Miss. i ■> sp -■ »»w^ww™^w(Bwip_ wwimir' . FAITH PRESBYTERIAN NURSERY SCHOOL is shown here as it participated on the recently held Pre-School Teachers Association Program. This scene shows the youngsters as they demonstrated their responsibilities in their families The other two selections rendered by the group were “A Prayer” and “A Child’s Hymn.” Mrs. Mamie Jordan is the director of the school. The lesson was taught by Mr. S. Campbell from St. Mat thew 25; Chapter 14-25 verse. Subject: Live a Christian in your home and community as well as in your church. We had two new members to join Mrs. Bessie Amerson, Mrs. C. Duckworth and Cozy Willis was reunited. We had one guest present from Chicago. A tasty cold plate was served consisting of sliced ham, po tato salad, bread, homade cake and cold coca colas* Those present were: Mrs. Ce ola Graves, Mrs. Myrtle Dukes, Janie B. Milton, Mrs. Bresears, Genell Johnson, Ornela Arm strong, Mr. & Mrs. C. Camp bell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Willis, Mrs. Duckworth, Mrs. Amer son, Mrs. Mary Lowe and Mrs. Jamerson. President: Mrs. Willie Bell Jackson; Business Reporter: Mrs. Lorine Cornelius. GUEST SPEAKER FEATURED AT CONFERENCE The Pre-School Teachers’ Meeting of which Miss Ger trude T. Hart, Director of The Baptist Children’s Nook, Jack son. MississiDDi is nresident. will feature Reverend Samuel Leon Whitney who is now serv ing as Dean of Central Cen ter, Mississippi Baptist Semi nary, Jackson, Mississippi. Reverend Whitney received his early training in the schools of Louisiana taking his bachelor’s degree from Leland College, Baker, Louisiana; his B D degree from Virginia Un ion University. It is a single honor that the Pre-School Teachers will have such a man to address them in their annual meeting — March 20th, 1958 (Thursday morning — 9-12). The public is invited to come in and take a look at what the Pre-School teachers are doing while they are in session during the State Teachers Association. Meetings will be held at Bethlehem Cen ter, 920 North Blair Street. BAILEY AVENUE GARDEN CLUB HOSTESSED BY MRS. SAYLES The Bailey Avenue Garden Club met in the home of Mrs. Katie Sayles, Watkin Drive, Sunday evening, March 16, with president, Mrs. O. Ban yard, presiding, and making an interesting report on the Gar den Council Meeting that was held last Thursday. She re ported that the club is expect ed to take flower arrange ments to the V. A. Hospital Easter. The club sent a do nation to member Julia Mur ril. The hostess gift was won by Mrs. Willie Mae Davis. It was two lovely Bud vases. Four beautiful flower arrangements were brought by Mesdames Mariah McCoy, Willie Mae Da vis and Henrietta Lee. The judge’s decision gave 1st place to Mrs. McCoy and second place to Mrs. Lee. Across the year, Ribbons have been given to the members for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. The club a warded gold Plaques to the winners, 1st Mrs. McCoy, 2nd, Mrs. Lee and 3rd Mrs. Lola Hicks. The hostess served a tasty repass to the following members: Mesdames J. Brand ford, J. »Hicks, A. Franklin, E. Cole, L. Hicks, G. Crawford, M. McCoy, A. Harper, O. Banyard, W. Davis, H. Lee. The next meeting will be with the Mc Coy off Watkins Drive. THE NORTH SIDE GARDEN CLUB MEET WITH MRS. BROWN The North Side Garden Club met in the home of Mrs. Sarah Brown, Bailey Avenue Exten sion, Sunday, March 16, 1958, with president, Mrs, Mirtes Gregory, presiding. An inter esting business session was held and the members review ed the successful and plea sant programs and projects of the club as they prepared to observe its 8th anniversary. Sharing the pleasures of this meeting and the hostess hos pitality were: Mesdames Sally Jones, Louise Allen, Annie Mae Williams, Catherine Lang ston, Inez Jones, Emma Camp bell, Daisy Martinis, Corrie Slaughter, Rosie Peters, Co rine Evans, Mirtis Gregory, Prize winners at the meeting were: Mesdames Jones, Brown, Slaughter, Inez Jones, Greg ory, Peters, one blue; Allen, two blues; Martinis and Evans, 1 red. A tasty repas* was en joyed. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Sally Jones, 248 Roosevelt St. NOTICE: DUE TO THE RUSH TO COME OUT EARLY THIS WEEK . . . MUCH OF OUR SOCIAL NEWS WILL BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK . . LOOK FOR IT . . S. M. H. Belzoni News Mrs. Augusta Slaughter, Agent THE BIBLE INSTITUTE was conducted at Green Grove Baptist CJhurch, February 24, thru the 29th by Rev. C. H. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Learn at Trade! Be A Professional Hair Stylist!! JACKSON PORO SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE Mrs. Catherine Langston Manager Mrs. Margaret Charleston, Instructor Operators: MINNIE LEE RUTH LEE Supplies $old: Poro Hair and Beauty Pro ducts, Paris Walker’s Gro. Sheen and Silicone. Greetings To Teachers Of Clinton and Hinds County Now Attending the M. T. A. We Wish For You A Successful Session O. R. JOHNSON MILLING CO. Phone 2211 Clinton, Miss. The Alamo - Amite & Ebony Theatres say WELCOME To The Delegates Attending The 52nd M. T. A. CONVENTION ■ V* For the Finest Etetairnnment SEE A MOVIE ■ — I Morlin, our State Evangelist. The attendance was very good each night and all were bene fited with the fine instruction and information given out to Christian leaders and Ayorkers. Song service' was rendered each night by the Sanders Singers of Hollandale, Miss. Instructors for the meeting were: Rev. N. H. Frazier, Miss Ernestine C. Pendleton, Mrs. Mattie B. Terrell, assisted by Mrs. Arlena Marlin and Mrs. I. S. Knowles. Each night a group of ministers and friends of Mt. Horeb Church of Hil lingdale, attended the meet ing. Rev. Morlin is a member and fine supporter of Green Grove Church. Miss Pendle ton, Mrs. Morlin, Mrs. Terrell and the Ushers served a delici ous repass on Friday night. Rev. J. D. Thurman, Pastor., Mrs. M. L. Green, Secretary. THE ANNUAL RALLY of the Humphrey County Baptist Women’s Association and Song Leaders Convention will meet at the Green Grove M. B. Church, Friday night, March 28 and Sunday, March 30, Rev. J D. Thurman, Pastor. All are asked to be present. Mrs. L. Cummings, President Woman’s Association; Mrs. M. L. Green, President, Song Leaders. SUNDAY WAS REGULAR pastorial day at Belzoni Chapel Church, Rev. L. R. Chandler, pastor, preached a great ser mon that was enjoyed by all. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT But Offering the Same Fine FOODS and GOOD SERVICE We Specialize In STEAKS, SEA FOOD CHICKEN and the Best DINNERS In Town Shepherd’s Kitchenette 604 N. Farish Dial 2-9271 Mr. and Mrs. William Epps Owners WELCOME TEACHERS VISIT US— The “Jr. Executive” One - 12 Desk With No. 44 Cluster Chair A unit that makes light work of floor maintnance and encourages a special pride in a neat appearance! The sturdy One-12 may be easily moved to form large working areas or grouped in a variety of ways. In sizes for all twelve grades, the One-12 givs maximum working area with minimum space requirements. Shown with Fi bre-plastic top size 18” x 30”. Also available with solid maple or birch top. Metal Colors: Como Blue, Coppertone, Sky Blue, Stfafoam Green, Light Taupe. For Com petent Assistance. Complete Details, Ask Your State AD Representative. SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CO. 303 Hamilton Phone 4-4671 Jackson, Miss. FOR RENT — JACKSON APARTMENTS 1129 Maple Street Well managed and Freshly decorated modern one and two bed room apartments—$31.00 and $36 00. Call Resident Manager—3-4209 ssBSBaai^BSBsaaBSBasH Welcome Teachers * Dress Up In Something New For Spring and Easter Boy's Easter Suits $5.95 - $13.95 to $16.95 Boy's Easter Slacks $3.95 and $4.95 Girls Shoes Boys Shoes $2.95$2.95 Ladies' Easter Dresses $5.95 Girls' Easter Dresses $2.95 RAYMOND_ McCLINTON --DEPARTMENT STORE Cor. Amite and N. Farish Jackson, Miss.