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West Side News
By Mrs. Hattie Dyson
CHAPEL ACTIVITIES
More and more the Chapel
Assemblies at West Side Ele
mentary and Junior High
School are proving the great
talent to be found in both the
students and the teachers. In
Chapel this week, aside from
the beautiful singing of the
well trained students, we heard
a lovely solo by Mrs. Ethel T.
Beauchamp; the guest speaker
was presented by Mrs. Helen
Campbell and the Chapel Ad
dress was given by Mrs. Hat
tie C. Dyson. Interesting
closing remarks were made by
Principal B. T. Beauchamp.
AN ACQUAINTANCE
LUNCHEON
A most interesting and en
joyable event held recently
was “An Acquaintance Lunch
eon,” sponsored by the Hinds
County Teachers Association.
Following Grace by Principal
Beauchamp of West Side; mu
sic was rendered by the entire
group. The Guest speaker was
ntroduced by Mr. George
Tohnson of Utica Junior Col
ege and the inspiring message
was brought by Mr. Lee Wil
liams of Jackson State College.
A vocal solo was rendered by
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Mrs. Carolyn Washington of
Utica Junior College to be fol
lowed by Mrs. Mettazee Har
ris, Jeanes Teachers, Hinds
County. Very ably acting as
toastmistress was Mrs. Pearl
Vincent, English Inst, at West
Side. The Committee was as
follows: Mrs. Pearl Baker,
Chairman; Mesdames Lillian
lian Marshall, Bessie Shourts,
Nancy W. Weathersby, Louise
Fortner, Maggie Mitchell, La
Pearl Myrick, Condrumel Mur
ry. The affair was held at the
Elk's Rest.
MR. DANIEL PACE, Sr.,
husband of Mrs. Mary Jane
Pace, 4th grade teacher at
West Side is seriously ill at the
University Hospital. Principal
Beauchamp, faculty members
and students join in wishing
for Mr. Pace a speedy and
complete recovery. They wish
Mrs. Pace to know that the
entire schol stands ready to do
whatever is needed during her
husband's illness.
ELK’S DISTRICT CLINIC
DRAWS REPRESENTATIVE
CROWD
The Fourth District Clinic of
the Mississippi Elks got off to
a good start, Sunday, Oct. 18,
with Grand District Deputies,
Edward N. Lee and Mrs. Wil
lie H. Rudd, presiding. This
was a joint meeting of the
Past Daughter Rulers and Past
Exalted Rulers Councils and
other outstanding officials tak
ing part were: Mr. Jack Conic,
Chief Antler; Mr. Jerome E.
Stampley, Co-Ordinator; Atty
Jack H. Young, Co-ordinator
of Programs; Mr. Tom Money,
Bursar P. E. R. C. No. 80; Mrs.
Gertrude Carrington, Lloyal
Dtr. Ruler; Mrs. Flora Mer
ricks, Treasurer; T. B. Ellis.
Sr., 1st Scribe P. E. R. C. No.
80 and Mrs. Carrie D. Wash
ington, Treasurer, P. D. R. C.
Program of activities for the
day included Morning Worship
at the Lynch Street C. M. E.
Church. Part 1, at which time
an address was given by Atty.
Jack H. Young, State Legal
Advisor and Part 2, with Bill
Edward W. Lee, presiding.
Bills and Daughters from
Natchez, Vicksburg and Jack
son were on hand to enjoy the
splendid all day program that
ended with a dance at the Elk’s
Rest, at which music was pro
vided by the Red Top Orches
tra from Vicksburg.
HERE & THERE . . There’s
much more we’d like to tell
about activities at West Side
and about the Clinic at the
Elk’s Rest . . . but our time
has run out and we’ll hold all
of this until next week . . ,
Your reporter . . . Hattie Dy
son.
Utica News
Ruby Clarkston, Agent
Funeral services were held
for the late Sister Estella
Sampson, Wednesday, Oct. 14,
at 2:00 P. M., at the St. Peter
M. B. Church. Sis. Sampson
was a faithful Christian and
was loved by all who knew her,
she also was a mother of the
church. Rev. B. E. Louis
spoke some encouraging re
marks on Sister Sampson’s
life. The eulogy was by Rev.
E. E. Spencer. She leaves to
mourn her passing two daugh
ters, two sons, ten grandchil
dren, and eleven great-grand
children. The Jefferson Fu
neral Home was in charge.
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