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Greenwood s Colored Citizens
Report On New March of Dimes GREENWOOD, Miss. — S. L. Hilton, chairman of the New March of Dimes Drive among the colored citizens of Greenwood and Leflore Coun ty reports the following re sults of this drive and here express thanks to all workers. The total amount raised was, $2,164.74. SCHOOLS: Broad Street, S259.39; Tri-Hi-Y, 16.00; Stone St. Elem. $205.00; McLauren St. 97.25; St. Francis, 13.00; Miss. Voc. College, 151.57. LEFLORE COUNTY SCHOOLS, Miss Amanda El zy, Chairman: Browning, 33.80; Glenn Burr, 11.47; Leflore Ct. Training, 55.29; Money Voc. 140.56; R. B. Schlater, 100.00; Sidon, 54.16; Swiftown, 70.02; T. Y. Fleming, 86.58; Sam Bal kin, 208.85; Home Agent, 5.00; M. A. Spann, 1.00. CHURCHES, Rev. J. W. Johnson, Chairman: Jen nings Temple, 33.55; New Zion Baptist, 30.00; Mckir.ney Chap el, 25.00: St. Luke Church of God in Christ, 25.00; Friend ship Baptist, 10.00; Strangers Home Baptist, 10.00; 7th Day Adventis, 7.00: Pillers Chapel 6.40; Union Grove, 5.00; Lo cust Grove, 4.71; Christian Church, 5 00; Church of Christ, 5.60. COIN BOXES, Martha Mc Donald, Chairman, Ollie Mor gan. Co-Chairman: Coin Box es, 75.39; Nurses, Mary Fluker, Chairman, 4.00; BEAUTY SHOPPES, Ruth Gardner, Chairman; Will Ella King, Co Chairman, 14.00. SPORTS: William Ware, chairman; W. B. Davis, Co-Chairman, 26.29. CLUBS AND ORGANIZA TIONS, A. D. Taylor Smith, Chairman: Negro Civic Lea-, gue, 12.50; Cotillion Club, 5.00; Beautiful Zion, 2.00: Leflore Lodge, 5.00; Women Progres sive Club, 10.00; Community Club, 10.00; Heroines of Jeri cho, 3.00; Greenwood Star Tab. 2.50; Sisterhood, 5.00; Jo sie Chatman, 5.00; Hart Lodge, 10.00; American Legion. 5.00; LeEntre Nous, 5.00. BUSINESS: J. E. Flucker, chairman; V. E. Morgan, co chairman; J. E. Fluker, 5.00; V. E. Morgan, 5.00; McLauren Barber Shop, 2.00; Dillards Cafe, 2.00; Cone Cafe 2.00; Curry Store, 1.00; James Campbell, 2.00; McLauren Service Station, 1.50; Younger Barger Shop, 3.00; Burns Stu dio, 1.00; Century Burial, 2.50; Jackson Barber Shop, 1.00; Taylor Drug, 5.00; Dr. C. W. Phillips, 3.00; Willie E. Hugh es, 2.00; Rev. Collins Shoe Shop, 5.00; Jones Jewelers, 1.00; Hotel Plaza, 2.00; Jack Grocery, 1.00; Quallis Gro., 1.00; S. N. Dickson, 5.00; L. H. Threadgill, 4.00; S. L. Hilton, 5.00; M. L. Levinson, 3.00. MOTHERS MARCH, Leola Williams, Chairman; Jodie Wilson, co-chairman: N. W. Horton, 1.90; B. Hilton & Smith, 5.05; Lula Robinson, 3.35; Ozie Walker, 1.20; Selma Pickens, 3.50; P. Pruitt, 4.71; Juanita Harmon, 11.05; Lula Bush, 3.15; Jerelene Spann, 2.65; Ollie Morgan, 7.35; Mary Fluker, 1.25; Clara Hinton, 4.00; Leora Butler, 3.44; Bettye Hoskins, 3.65; Olivia Perry. 3.37; Bessie Gay, 4.85; Sallie Burke, 4.05; Bertha Dixon, 4.05; Emma Sago, 1.70; Nellie Mitchell, 1.70; Daisy Livington, 4.17; J. E. Wilson, 7.20; Josie Morant, 10.03; Barbara House, 1.90; Anna Leach, 1.73; Alma Henderson, 1.75; Viola Robin son, 5.00; Valdora Lewis & E. Hewitt, 4.26; Lillie Rolling & M. Perry, 2.35; Rosie Sanders, 2.75; Gradie Sanders, 4.71; Caral Bowden, 2.55; Daisy Mar tin, 3.75; Sallie Buckner, 2.35; Shallard Barkedale, 2.90; Cyn thia Russell, 3.35; Allie Pear son, 5.15; Berry L. Russell, 1.90; Annie Young, 9.60; Ber nice Dwing, 6.90; Doris Hen derson, 3.54; Bertha Jones, 3.55; S. Mixon, 7.68; Julia Gray, 3.98; Augusta Frezzell, 1.00; Sarah Parker, 2.60; Ethel Lem on, 1.51; Velma Burton, 1.7C' Margaret McGee, 2.35; Odessa Nero, 1.30; Annie M. Hicks, 2.16; Corine Gay, 4.16; Caroline Shavers, 1.00; Katie Collins, 3.90; John Finnie, 1.00; Eva Longstreet and Fannie Ander son, 3.75; Martha McDonald, 1.00; Annie Wade, 1.65; M. B. Chandles, 3.45; Henrietta Campbell, 5.00; Jodie Wilson, 2.00. Miss Phillippa Schuyler,! who will appear at Alcorn A. & M. College for a musical concert on February 19, 1960. is the foremost woman pianist of our times. This outstanding artist is yet in her early twen ties, has already built an ex cellent career which is con tinuing to expand and grow in more resplendent fashion than any other concert artist alive today. At the early age of four she began the award winning that has marked her progress by receiving the gold medal from the city of New York and an other from The National Piano Teachers Guild. A short time later she was soloist for the Young People's Philharmonic Carnegie Hall concerts. She received their gold medal a ward. At six her compositions began to appear on orches tral programs. When Miss Schuyler was seven, she re ceived the Music Education League medal. Also when she was seven, she played at the World's Fair, and a day was named in her honor. Miss Schuyler has travelled | throughout Europe, Latin America, the United States, Alaska, Africa and elsewhere in the world. In Alaska, the Daily Times said: “A display of sheer genius last night by Phillippa Schuyler . . . dra matic, impassioned, subtle, brilliant.” Miss Schuyler has world fame and her appearance at Alcorn College is one of the Lyceum's attractions for this scholastic year. The Lyceum Committee is headed by Mrs. C. Carpenter, and it is the purpose of this committee to bring to the college the finest attractions of our day and gen eration. Alcorn College has been and is deeply concerned with the cultural growth of students. Miss Philippa Schuyler will contribute to this student gen eration as it grows in an un derstanding of musical art. The public is cordially in vited to enjoy this great per formance which will be staged in Oakland Memorial Chapel, February 19, 1960, at 7 P. M. North Jackson News Rev. A. R. Thomas, Agent Sunday School at Progres sive M. B. Church was held at the usual hour with Supt. J. B. Mason, presiding. The classes were well taught by the teachers and the Black board Demonstration and Les son Review being beautifully given by Rev. A. R. Thomas. The Worship Service was in spiring with Pastor Newsome in charge. Rev. Newsome is one of Jackson's top ministers and a Christian gentleman. The Sunday School Collection was $5.05. Attendance was 55 members. Send your local and Church news for the North Jackson area to Rev. A. R. Thomas, 2122 Mobile Avenue. Any young boy interested in mak ing vtra money on the week end is asked to also contact Rev. Thomas at this address. 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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrier, owners of the Jackson Driving *chool, are announcing the opening of BEN FARRER'S LION OIL SERVICE STATION on Friday and Saturday, February 19 and 20. The station is located on the corner of Poindexter and Lynch Streets. With each 5 gallons of gas purchased or Oil change, you will receive a FREE BAG OF SUGAR and also be eligible to register for the GRAND PRIZE OF 50 GALLONS OF GAS. There will be free balloons and candy for the kiddies and cokes for all. The drawing will be held on Saturday night, February 20. You don't have to be present to win. The Farriers are inviting all their f.'* ' big opening. T! y; arc : ' lizing in PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. BIG OPENING Top class service men employed at BEN FARRIER'S LION OIL SERVICE STATION are, out front, Leroy Newsome who has been working with cars nearly 20 years and is considered a good mechanic. He is married and has two children. Charles Lee is also an experienced attendant and The two men together are prepared to give the very best service to their customers.