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gACKSON SOCIAL
IMEWS
By SARAH McNEAMER HARVEY
This 'N That
By Sarah M. Harvey
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
“There are thousands of
stars that shine at night
Thousands of flowers that
make summer bright
Thousands of bees in the
purple clover
But only ONE MOTHER, the
whole world over” . . .
MOTHER'S DAY, 1959 and
we join with people the world
over in paying tribute to
GOD'S GREATEST GIFT —
MOTHER . . . We wish for all
Mothers, everywhere, every
thing that is GOOD AND
BEAUTIFUL IN LIFE ... On
behalf of the churches and
other organizations we invite
you to attend the various
MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAMS
that will be held during the
day, Sunday, May 10 . . . We
hope that sons and daughters
will take this opportunity to
WORSHIP WITH MOTHERS
. . . that Mothers, especially
the younger ones with small
children, will take this day to
introduce these precious lives
to GOD . . . will begin now,
c rt of onoL ximolr Lnrnoft or
as they attend church their
hearts will grow' bigger with
the qualities of LOVE,
FRIENDSHIP and TOLER
ANCE that make for GOOD
LIVING . . . and if you are
a young man or woman who
has reached the age of 21 and
has NOT QUALIFIED YOUR
SELF TO VOTE . . . and wish
to GIVE MOTHER A TRULY
GREA GTFT ... GO TODAY
AND REGISTER ... BE
COME A QUALIFIED VOTER
ALPHA'S DANCE OF THE
ROSES . . . “The night was
filled with music . . . (sweet,
soft, melodious music that on
ly those super music makers
THE RED TOPS from ovei
Vicksburg way can make) . . ,
And the cares that infest the
day . . . Folded their tents
like Arabs . . . And silently
stole away” . . . that’s ex
actly what happened on Friday
night last . . . for who coulc
have a care, when your host:
were those handsome, enter
tainers supreme . . . men o:
Alpha Epsilon Lambda Chap
ter of ALPHA PHI ALPIl^
Fraternity . . . Some 400 oi
more beautifully dressed la
dies and their correctly attir
ed escorts were on hand a
the Alpha s DANCE OF THI
ROSES given at the new' Elk:
Rest here . . . and when
thru the artistic ability of A1
pna man ntnontL ju/\ ± n
the dance floor of the Res
had been converted into a Ros<
Garden, enclosed in a white
picket-fence that left nothin;
to the imagination . . . High
lighting the dance was th
Grand March, at which time
Alpha Men, their wives ani
sweethearts led the guests t
the Rose Arbor of real Amer
can Beauty Roses to receive
souvenir of the beautiful an
enjoyable evening. We wer
delighted to see several of th
young Alpha men who wer
initiated into Tougaloo Undei
graduate chapter the sam
time as was our ‘pride an
joy’ . . . Brother William IV
Harvey ... As always, Brotl
er DUKE WILLIAMS was ha^
ing the ‘time of his life’ an
seeing that ‘everybody had
party’ . . . Pretty CHAI
LOTTE HARRISON from u
Yazoo City way, recently in
tiated into the sisterhood c
local Deltas, was honored £
the ‘first lady of Alpha’ . .
THANKS to all men of Alph
Phi Alpha for a most enjo;
able fun-packed evening . .
DELTAS MAY WEEK 01
SERVANCE, began here Sui
day with a program at th
branch YMCA . . . Sorry ths
we were unable to atend, b
cause as was later explained
to us, this is the kind of com
munity program so badly need
ed in Jackson . . . We com
mend Delta's Prexy, Mrs.
MAXCINE POWELL and hope
that such an affair will again
be sponsored . . .
DON’T FORGET THE Y W
C A MEMBERSHIP CAM
PAIGN . . . Will tell more
about this next week . . .
running late, must stop . . .
REMEMBER ... IF YOU
ARE NOT REGISTERED TO
VOTE ... GO TO THE
COURT HOUSE TODAY AND
BECOME A QUALIFIED VO
TER . . .
ESTHER SAMPSON
MOTHER’S DAY SPEAKER
AT CAMPBELL COLLEGE
JACKSON, Miss., May 6,
1959—Mrs. Esther Sampson,
prominent Social Workers in
the Jackson area, will be the
featured speaker during the
Mother's Day Vesper program
at Campbell College. The
Sunday Vespers will be held
at 5:00 in the evening in the
Serman L. Greene Auditorium
on the college campus. Mrs.
Sampson is active in social and
civic work and a devoted mem
ber of the Pearl Street Afri
can Methodist Episcopal
Church. During the program,
a special tribute to Mothers
will be given in a brief cere
mony by the young women on
the campus. The public is in
vited to this program.
The Religious Activties Com
mittee will present a special
award to the most ideal mother
as a result of a poll of the
students on the campus. Dr
Robert M. Stevens, President,
announced that this Mother’s
Day program wdll climax the
Sunday Vespers for the 195S
school year.

l'RE-SCHOOL CONFERENCI
AT REYNOLDS SCNOOL
Getting Your Pre-School /
Child Ready for School
The first grade teachers o:
the Reynolds Elementarj
School, of which Mr. James
Smith is principal, entertain
ed the pre-school children anc
their parents in the initia
pre-school conference, Apri
12.
The objectives of the confer
enee were to help the parent;
to better understand the pre
paration necessary for th<
children, and to prepare th<
children for quick and happj
adjustment to the first grade
Items discussed were: Whj
birth certificates should ac
company the child when h(
| registers, Mrs. A. H. Neely
Necessary school materials
. Miss R. Dawson, chairman o
the first grade group; Impor
tance of regular school atten
‘ dance, Miss A. Terry; Inter
pretation o efrport cards, Mrs
D. M. Casher; The necessity
of obtaining information fo
; cumulative records, and thi
| important of period
’ ical health check-ups and im
? munizations.
After which, Mrs. Fannf
’ Luckett Bracey served ho
1 chocolate to the group.
SOPHISTICATED
1 LAVARETTES MEET
The Sophisticated Lavare'
' tes Social and Civic Club me
' April 28, at 8 P. M. in the horn
of Mrs. Mirtes Gregory wit
J Mrs. Irene Evans as hostes
with the members in hig
^ spirits looking back throug
the club history. The Pres
e dent opened the meeting wit
0 I ~
the Club song, motto and
pledge, as always first things
come first. The President
points out the club projects for
1919. which is shrubbery to
be planted on the following
grounds. The Willow ceme
tery on Hill Street, arid N«w
Mount Olive Baptist Church
Madison
County News
Mrs. A. R. Bulley, Agent
Sunday, May 3, was a full
day service in the neighbor
hood churches. Sunday School
was held at China Grove A. M.
E. Church with Supt. E. D. Har
I ris in charge At the Worship
service, the pastor, Rev. W. C.
Miles delivered a spirit-filled
sermon that was greatly en
joyed. Offering was in the a
mount of $28.00.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, May 3, for Mr. Bennie
Burks at yler Chapel C. M. E
Church with the Rev. P. F
Parker, officiating, and Collins
Funeral Home in charge. He
is survived by a wife, Mrs. Eve
line Burks, one son, two dau
ghters, other relatives anc
friends. Mr. Burk’s death was
caused by knife wounds in
flicted by a Jackson woman.
St. Paul A. M. E. Choir gave
a Tea on the 4th Sunday ir
April in honor of two Senioi
students, Rober Harris anc
Fred Thompson. There were If
: of the senior class present ai
the affair given on the churci
lawn and which was enjoyec
by all. Hostess were Mrs. Ro
senthall and Miss Mary Smo
thers.
Sick List: Mr. Eddie Bullie
who is under treatment of the
doctor; Mrs. Henretta Clincj
who spent last week in the
Baptist hospital, but is nov
somewhat improved; Mrs. Wil
da Lewis and Mr. Earnes
Truevillion who are shut-ins.
MADISON GOSSIP ... Re
member, all you guys and gal:
. . . The Biggest Dance of the
entire season will be at Steven:
Rose Room in Jackson on Sun
day night, May 24, when the
sensational Chuck Berry wil
play for the Dance to honor al
Seniors . . . get hepped ane
bring yourselves on down ti
the Chuck Berry Game at Stc
vens Rose Room in Jacksor
Sunday, May 24.
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WE JOIN THE WORLD IN EXTENDING GREETINGS
TO THE GRANDEST PERSON IN THE WORLD —
GOD’S GREATEST GIFT —MOTHER ... WE ALSO
PAY TRIBUTE TO THOSE BELOVED MOTHERS WHO
HAVE GONE ON TO THEIR REWARD IN THE GREAT
BEYOND . . .
GREETINGS TO
LIVING MOTHERS
Greetings to our dear mother
and grandmother, Mrs. Savan
nah Watson. Your son and
granddaughter, Willie J. Miller
and Savannah Miller.
Greetings to our dear mother
and grandmother, Mrs. M.
Stewart. Your daughter and
grandson, Lucille and Kenneth.
Greetings to my dear moth
er, Mrs. Sarah M. Harvey. Your
son, William.
Greetings to my sweet moth
er, Mrs. Janice Brisco ... Your
daughter, Valarie.
Greetings to our mother,
Mrs. Estelle Sanders . . . Your
children, Helen, Willie B. and
Maurice.
on Whitfield Mills Road. It
was discussed and completed.
Plans was also made for their
annual party which will be
given in the near future.
During Social Hour the Hos
tess served a delicious repast
of Home Baked Ham and ail
the Trimmings to the follow
' ing members. Mrs. Mirtes
Gregory, Mrs. Gladys Watson,
1 Mrs. Mary Dyson, Mrs. Ollie
C. Bailey. Mrs. Mary Ann Nor
wood, Mrs. Aline Lockhart,
Mrs. Allie Starks, Mrs. Lenora
Portis, Mrs. Ruth Thomas,
Mrs. Lena Buckley, Mrs. Kath
erine Andrews, Mrs. Ruth
Thigpen, Mrs. Ernestine Jen
kins, Mrs. Helen Watts, Mrs.
Alice Easterling, Miss Wydes
sia Logan and Mrs. Eunice
Presley from Los Angeles,
: California, The Guest.
The prize winners are as fol
lows: First prize, Mrs. Alice
Easterling; second prize, Mrs.
* Gladys Watson; third prize,
? Mrs. Ernestine Jenkins, fourth
* prize, Mrs. Kathrine Andrews.
J JACKSON S NEWEST
1 CLUB TO SPONSOR
1 WAISTLINE PARTY
“The Ladies Gardenia” one
5 of Jackson’s newest social and
*.
MOTHER’S DAY GREET
INGS to the dearest mother
in the world . . . Mrs. Annie
Butler . . . Your son, Eddie.
Greetings to the dearest and
sweetest mother in the world,
Mrs. Maiagret Rundles . . .
Your sons, Michael and Samuel
Rundles.
On Mother’s Day, I am happy
to greet my beloved mother,
Mrs. Minnie Currie. Your
daughter, Carrie Lee McGee.
Happy Mother’s Day—to my
dear mother . . . your daught
er, Janet Elaine Rucker.
Greetings and much love to
Mother . . . Arthur and Bar
bara Barber.
Greetings to the dearest
mother in the world, Mrs.
Laura Winston. Your daughter,
Mable.
Greetings and much love to
Mother, Mrs. Mable Farish . . .
Your children, Annie Lee,
Gene and Larry.
To the dearest Mother in the
World—Mrs. Willie* Mae Sims
civic club will sponsor a
Waistline - Chicken Supper,
May 16 at 745 N. Mill Street.
Proceeds will go for the club's
project. The public is invited.
Mrs. Delores Guss, Pres., Mrs.
Singletary, Sec.
SEMI ANNUAL SESSION
OF THE ORIGINAL
JACKSON M. B. DISTRICT
ASSOCIATION
The Semi-Annual Session of
the Original Jackson Mission
ary Baptist District Associa
tion will meet with the Mt.
Eva Baptist Church, 3 miles
northeast of Terry, Friday,
May 14, Rev. R. Peterson, Miss.
Theme is, “Our Baptist Wit
ness in An emerging Age of
Freedom.” A Pre-Convention
Program w’ill be given by the
Women's Auxiliary, Thursday
night, May 14.
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Headquarters For
MOTHERS DAY
GIFTS
Do Your Last Minute:
Shopping — For Gifts
i Mother Will Love
^y
; F. W. Woolworth
Company
Downtown Jackson,
Mississippi
.. . Your daughters, Marie and
Eddie Mae.
To the most wonderful moth
er one could have, Mrs Annie
Lee Stimagc . . . Your daugh
ter, Margaret Ilundles.
Greetings to the most won
derful mother one could have,
Mrs. Eddie Mae Garrett . . .
Your sons, Kenneth and John
Jr.
Greetings to my dearly be
loved mother, Mrs. Clara
Singleton on Mother’s Day . . .
Your daughter, Laura Bell.
We greet our dear and sweet
mother on Mother’s day, Mrs.
Jessie Cowards . . . Your child
ren and husband, Curtis.
Greetings to the dearest
mother in the world, Mrs. Edna
McKeaver . . . Your daughters
Mary Lee and Eddie Mae.
Greetings to my beloved
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bank
ston . . . May this Mother’s
Day be filled with happiness
for you . . . Your daughter
Hattie Causey Dyson.
Because she has been like a
mother to me, I greet my dear
ly beloved aunt, Mrs. Florence
Neyland, on Mother’s Day . .
Your niece, Hattie C. Dyson.
Greetings to a dear and
sweet mother, Mrs. Olevia Hop
kins. Your son, Robert L
T hnmnenn
Greetings to our beloved
mother and thanks for all hei
wonderful kindness to us . .
Mrs. Cora Butler . . . Youi
children Dessie Ree Robinson
Debbie Hamm and L. P. Price
Greetings to an Angel of i
mother, Mrs. Cora Butler . .
Your daughter, Mrs. Gussie
Mae Patterson.
We greet our dear mother
Mrs. Cora Butler on Mother’s
Day ... Your children, Thelrm
Vaughns, Velma Boston, Char
lie Butler and family.
On Mother’s Day we greel
Mrs. Henryetta Stevens be
cause she has been like a moth
er to us . . . We thank her foi
her many kindnesses . .
Signed: Dessie Ree Robinson
Melvin a Perry, Hugh Hall, Na
thaniel Lee, Jennie Bell anc
Wallace.
Greetings to our dear Moth
er, Mrs. Sidney Austin or
Mother’s Day . . . May you
live many many years to come
. . . Your children, Willye, J
L., Marie and Lois.
Greetings to the dearesl
Mother in the world, Mrs
Miria Wells . . . Your son and
daughter, Edward and Argie
Wells.
Greetings to our dear mother
“Where Courtesy Dwells
and Service Excells”
BILLY'S
GULF
Service Station
• Greasing
• Oil Change
• Washing
• Tires
• Polishing
• Oil Filters
Mechanic On Duty
Open Daily 7 a. m. to 7 p. m
Sundays 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.
916 Eastview St.
Dial FL 2-9416
W. R. DYSON, Owner
CHARLIE JENKINS. Mgr
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on Mother’s day . . . Mrs.
Samuella Brown . . . Your
children, Allyne Lockhart and
Roberta.
Greetings to my beloved
aunt, on Mother’s Day . . . You
have been a real Mother to me
. • . Your baby, Wilma Tymes.
TRIBUTES TO DECEASED
MOTHERS
In loving memory of our be
loved mother, Mrs. Willie Wil
liams. Your children, Jesse
Williams and Catherine John
son.
In loving memory of our be
loved mother, Mrs. Hettye
Randolph . . . We will ever
cherish your memory . . . Died
February, 1952 . . . Your child
ren, Alee and Edward Lee, Sr.
In loving memory of our
dear mother, Mrs. Ann Thomp
son, died, June 4, 1942. Sadly
missed by your daughters —
Annie Bell, Lizzie, Ascy, Wil
lie and -.
In loving memory of my dear
mother, Mrs. Sallie M. Miller.
Your love was lasting and true.
My prayers daily are that God
will help me to be like you . . .
Your daughter, Mirtis Gregory.
In loving memory of my
dearly beloved mother, Mrs.
Ellen Jones who died, Septem
ber 28, 1933. Rememered by
your children, Artie B Bullie,
Wilder Lewis and Richard
Jones.
In memory of our beloved
mother, Mrs. Ida Della Stimage
—Your children . . . Percy and
Annie Lee Stimage; Hattie
Mack, Daisy Johnson, Georgie
Green, Alma M. Holmes.
In loving memory of our
mother, Mrs. Lucy Pace . . .
Children, Willye, Elise, Ed
ward and Agnes.
In loving memory of my be
! loved mother, Mrs. Ida King
McNeamer who died, Novem
ber 12, 1925. Lovingly remem
bered by daughter, Sarah M.
Harvey.
In loving memory of my dear
mother, Mrs. Virginia Ford,
who departed this life, Nov.
23, 1928. Your daughter, Lula
Ford. 1
In loving memory of our
dear mother and grandmother,
Mrs. Emma Willis. Your child
ren, Lillie Pace and Charlie B.
Cobb.
In loving memory of my be
loved mother, Mrs. Sarah
Brown, who died November 7,
1915. You will always live in
my memory as the most won
derful person in the world.
Your daughter, Henry Etta
Stevens.
In loving memory of my
dearest mother, Mrs. Charlotte
H. Palmer who died February
13, 1952 and my beloved sister,
Miss Emma Palmer who was
also like a mother to me . . .
Lovingly remembered by Hat
tie Palmer Brown.
In memory of our dear moth
er, Mrs. Virginia Lawson Buch
anan. Remembered by your
children . . . Aletha, Elizabeth,
Augustus, Charlie, Albert,
Honey and Lady Bertha.
In loving memory of my dear
mother, Mrs. Tansy Watts. You
have gone, but your memory
shall live forever . . . Your
daughter, Jonnie Thompson.
In loving memory of our be
loved mother, Mrs. Joe Lillian
Moore who died, December 6,
1956. Your children, Lucy New
ton, Geneva Willis, Amanda
Smith, Dorothy, Charles and
Louis Anthony Moore.
In memory of my dear moth
er, Mrs. Lula Jewel who died
June 22, 1933. Gone but not
forgotten—Your daughter, Wil
lie Mae Sims.
In loving memory of our be
loved mother, Mrs. Mary Ann
Jones who departed this life,
July 28, 1943. Forever remem
bered by your children: Her
cules, Willie, Ovintus Themi
tus, Emma and Mary Ella.
In loving memory of our be
loved mother, Mrs. Rosie Lee
Allen, died, April, 1943. Sadly
remembered by your children,
Percy and Annie Lee Stimage,
Granddaughter, Margaret Run
dles.
In loving memory of my dear
mother, Mrs. Alice Ross who
died, November 1, 1942. Your
daughter, Cora Butler.
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Mother’s Day
MAY 10
Give Her A Gift
From Her Favorite Store
W w i
Sizes 32 - 40
I A niEC Sleeveless
White and Pastel
COTTON Kegw° ea‘
BLOUSES 44c
•••••• • •••••’
One Group Ladies'
Value To
SUMMER K
DRESSES $2.00
*
Downtown Store Only
SHAINBERG’S
Formerly Black & White Store
Farish At Capitol
Jackson, Mississippi
Open 'Til Values For
9:00 The Entire
Friday Night Family

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