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JVfWS By SARAH McNEAMER HARVEY This 'N That By SAKAI) M. Harvey i THOUGHT FOR TODAY: THE BEATITUDES OF A LEADER: “Blessed is the leader who has not sought the high places, but who has been drafted into service be cause of his ability and wil lingness to serve. WE HAVE MUCH to say, but already we find that there’s lit tie time or space to say it in this week ... so we gracious ly give of this space to other news items we consider much more important . . . Your This SN That Reporter. LOCAL MATRON NAMED BAPTIST NATIONAL OFFICER Mrs. Ernestine Stutts brou ght honor to Baptists of Jack son and Mississippi when she was elected 2nd Vice Presi dent of the Young People’s De partment, Women’s Conven tion, National Baptist Conven tion. U. S. A., Inc., at its 34th annual session held last month in San Francisco, Calif. From this position she will automat icalJy move up to presidency of the organization. The Young Peoples’ Department with rep resentatives from 20 states, is composed of Young Women and Matrons and this year they chose as their theme, “The People That Know Their God Shall Be Strong”. Mrs. Stutts is a product of Jackson and New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, is active in civic, educational and religious affairs. She ser ves as president of the Miss. State Young Peoples’ Dept. Accompanying her to Califor nia were her husband, Mr. Geo. Stutts, Jr., her children, Geo rge 3rd and Lillian Camille and her mother, Mrs. Lillian Randall. They vacationed in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Bernardina and Riverside for two weeks, preceeding the con vention in San Francisco. BEETHOVEN MUSIC CLUB MEETS The Beethoven Music Club held its first meeting of 1959 60 in Dansby Hall Lecture Room, Jackson State College, Oct. 12, Mr. Joseph T. Agee op ened the meeting with a song and the purpose of the club. Mr. Calvin Thomas, acting as general chairman, conducted the election of officers as fol lows: Joseph T. Agee, presi dent, Charles Geter, Vice, Miss Floretta L. Anderson, Sec., Miss Annie Moffett, Asst. Sec., Miss Sadie Almore, Treasurer, Miss Petsye McCune, Chap lain, Mr. Calvin Thomas, pian ist. The offices of business manager, etc., and commit tees will be elected at the next meeting. Mrs. Gladys P. Henry of the JSC Music Dept., and Mr. Willie Hughes, Music Di rectors, Jim Hill High are sponsors and were introduced to the new members. EN AVANT CLUB PRESENTS MISS ZELMA WATSON Sunday, November 8, 1959 (2nd Sunday) the members of the En Avant Civic club arc presenting Miss Zelipa Watson, outstanding lyric soprano in recital at the Farish Street Baptist Church at 7:30 P. M. Mis Watson is a Music Major at Jackson State College and for the past several months has been widely known for her singing. The members of the club are inviting all of their friends to support this recital with your presence the the second Sunday night. No admission charges, but you are invited to become a patron. The En Avant Club resumed its activities recently in the home of Mrs. Ruth Waites Woodson, Florence Stret. Meet ing was called to order and presided over by Mrs. Hattie P. Brown, Pres. At the close of the meeting the hostess serv ed a delicious repast to the following members, Mesdames Ella L. Robinson, Margarel Brumfield, Leria H. Burns Hattie P. Brown, Minnie S Sibbie, Mildred S. Barnes Frances Pippins, Hattie Dyson Margaret L. Williams. West Jackson News By Naomi Terell Hendrex Please visit our sick ant shut-ins are hoping for each o you a speedy get well. Thej We Congratulate You On A Most Successful Miss. Negro State Fair BRICKELL HERSCHEL INSURANCE AGENCY See Us For All Your Insurance Needs FIRE - BURGLARY - AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Dial FL 2-3312 Plaza Bldg. Jackson, Miss. <■ .. ’ ■- - . ' -r- . V . ■ ... . . ANNIVERSARY SALUTES—To Los Angeles business institutions—Carnation Company and The Los Angeles Sentinel, were recipients of anniversary salutes recently when repre sentatives of the Negro press visited in the West Coast city. Seen above at Carnation World Headquarters are S. A. Halgren, Carnation Company vice president, left, and Leon H. Wash ington, Jr., Sentinel publisher, second from left, are seen with Cleveland’s William O. Walk er, president, National Newspaper Publishers Association, Mrs. Ernest K. Tave, Los Angeles consumer consultant for Carnation, and Howard Murphy, Baltimore, who is president of Associated Publishers, Inc. Carnation Company, producers of the world’s finest milk pro ducts, was organized in September, 1899, while the Sentinel first appeared in 1934. are Mrs. Catherine Williams, | Mrs. Georgia Berry, Mr. Lath am Tenort, Mrs. Mace Jackson, Mrs. Hugh Donaldson, Mrs. Mary Day, Mrs. Annie Davis, Mrs. Willie Polk, Mr. West Summons, Mr. and Mrs. West Thompson. We wish to kindly thank the new customers of Melvin Hen drex, for subscribing for this paper. They are Miss Dessie Ree Robinson, Rev. M. A. Pic kens, Mrs. Pearl Bracey, and Mr. Albert Powell. Other per sons wishing to become new subscribers may Dial FL 3-4773 and receive your paper each week. Thanks. Mr. Latham Tenort, Valley Street, is convalescing in the Jackson State College Hospital after treatments for two weeks. As this write-up goes to press Mr. Tenort is reported resting nicely. IN JACKSON STATE COLLEGE HOSPITAL Mr. Henry Stovall, Jackson State College, Mr. David Cook, Bloom Street, Mrs. Shirley Jackson, Jackson State Col lege, Mrs. Clara Gray, 3615 Parway Ave., and Mr. Latham Tenort, 1240 Valley St. Report ed by Nurse Hattie Dawson. Mr. U. S. McGhee of Vicks burg, Miss., is undergoing treatment at the Veterans Hos pital. He is well known among the young, socialites of West Jackson. Mrs. Ruby Bryant, popular and well-known beautician of the city, is on the sick list. We hope for Mrs. Bryant a speedy recovery. Rev. W. L. Jones, pastor of College Hill Church, was Sun day afternoon dinner guest of Mrs. Alma Johnson on Flor ence Avenue. College Hill Church is look ing forward to a special drive for the third Sunday in Nov ember. Watch this paper for further details. THE DOWNINGS Entertain Guest: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Downing recently had as house guest Mr. Downing’s cousins from Alcorn A. & M. College. Everything was done to make these two young ladies visit en joyable. Mrs. Rosia Lee Moore, of Springfield, Mass., left for home on the weekend after spending several days as house guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Day and sister, Miss Hat tie Mae Day, Topp Ave. Mrs. Moore reports a most enjoy able vacation. We know her CONGRA TULA TIONS i For A Successful [ r • Miss. Negro State Fair We commed you For The Progress Shown In Your Many Fine Exhibits Stuart G. Irby Company Wholesale Dealers of ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Featuring A Complete Line of Brand Name Products DIAL: FL 5-4532 815 South State Street Jackson, Miss. ■ mmeBmmmmmmmmasmmmsmammmmmmMaammmmmmmBmmmm : f : -7iv; mother is ill and pray that God’s richest blessings will dwell in her home as she has been ill for some time. The days are members of Third Temple Church on Moorehouse Avenue. Jackson State College “de feated” Alcorn A. & M. College 21-12. The game was of much interest. Do you plan to see the one on October 24? i - Mr. Ben P. Newman was bur ied from Pearl St. A. M. E. Church on Wednesday. He was well known in the city and ser ved as a postman for many years. THE PARADE Oct.. 19th: If you missed the parade on Mon day, Oct. 19, you can say with out a doubt you missed a won derful treat of the year. When I say Jackson State College Band was superb, it’s true. Al corn, M. V. C., and the other bands were all very good. We are proud that we have extra good bands throughout the state that we can truly feel proud of. May we say to each group — keep up the good work. For you were all wonder ful. Jackson State ' Vs. Southern SATURDAY, OCT. 24 1959 Alumni Field ADDED ATTRACTION LANIER HIGH BAND ADMISSION Adults — $1.50 Students — $1.00 Kick-off 7:30 P. M. “LETS BOOST OUR TIGERS” Beauty Shoppe In New Location MRS. HELEN JOHNSON, popular beauty shoppe owner, who has been conducting a business as co-owner of the Modern Beauty Salon, located in the Whitfield-Mill Road Shopping Center, announces that she has moved her Beauty Shop to her home, 1101 LA VE RNET STREET. She in vites her old customers to visit her and offer to both old and new customers the same high class, efficient SERVICE she has rendered during the years. Fhone: FL 3-7410 for ap pointments. III! C^RTW^lOrTT "THE BIBLE? Codrie Smith, what hava you boon up to?" COTTON BLANKETS —Fine Quality. —Weight 2!/4 lbs. —Pair 70 x 80 size. —Double Bed —Rose, Blue and Brown Plaid Special $2.79 pr. . JUMBO SIZE BATH TOWELS —Multi Stripes —Asorbent, Durable —Size 22 x 44. Values to 79c Special 2 Ifor $1. BED PILLOWS —Filled with Crushed Chicken Feathers —Good Quality, Blue and White Stripe Tick Size 17 x 24 ❖ 4* 4* 4* ❖ 4* 4* 4* *> 4* *■<“*• 44 44 4* *$• 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* ❖ 4* 4* 4*4* *> 4* 4* 4* 44 *> ^4* v 4* 4* 4* 4* 4t4f44J4 444* JACKSON, MISS.