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Pearson News
Mrs. Georgia Taylor, Agent
Sunday, October 2, Sunday
School was held at Mt. Elem
M. B. Church with Supt. Will
Shoto in charge and Mrs. Leo
nia Terrell at the piano. The
lesson was well taught by all
teachers and reviewed by Rev.
E. D. Terrell.
Sunday, at 12: Noon, the
Willing Workers met with the
president, Bro. Roger Shoto,
presiding. A brief, but inter
esting business session was
held, Sis: Millie Wallace, Sec.,
Sis. Sarah Phillips, Asst. Sec.
On last Sunday, Mrs. Geor
gia Taylor, Mrs. Ruby Terrell,
Mrs. L. J. Duckworth and Mrs.
Minnie L. Watkins were dele
gates to the Woman’s Institute
held with the Enoch Grove M.
B. Church, 2 miles west of
Star, Miss., pastored by Rev.
J. E. March of Jackson. They
report a most inspiring ses
sion with the Sunday School
conducted at 9: A. M. and the
Ladies class being well taught
by Mrs. Thompson who alw ays
brings a worthwhile message.
The lesson was reviewed by
Mr. Lonnie Smith. Offering
was $6.21. At 11: A. M., the
Devotion was led by Enoch
Grove delegates, Sister Rosie
McGee offering prayer. The
President, Mrs. R. N. Cannon
asked for the counties to come
forward. Mrs. M. L. Jenkins
spoke on the subject, “Do unto
others as you would have them
do unto you.” Mrs. R. N. Con
non presented the following
persons who spoke and contri
buted much to the splendid
service: Mrs. Ainsworth and
Rosie Magee w?ho gave the
Welcome Address. The Bible
Class was well taught by Mrs.
A. J. Carter. The sermon was
delivered by Rev. Dade of
D'Lo, Miss., on the subject,
“Who shall roll away the
stone.” He preached a soul
stirring sermon. Money rais
ed was $56.57. After the re
cess for Lunch the Young Peo
ples Program was rendered
and was said to have been
one of the best. Mrs. H. L.
Thompson is president of the
Young People. A Love Of
fering was raised for both
presidents for Mrs. Connon
$17.49; Mrs. Thompson $10.77.
This was a token of apprecia
tion for such worthy leaders.
Total money raised was $175.
87. Left with the Enoch Grove
Society. $16.06. The next ses
sion will be with the Mt. Zion
M. B. Church, Southeast of
Brandon, Miss. Mrs. Thelma
Butler, is secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hills
are the proud parents of a
baby boy born, Sept., 23 who
has been named James Allred
Hill. The baby, who tipped
the scales at 6 pounds and 10
ounces is the second son of
the Hills. They have five
daughters and make their
home at 1812 Booker Street in
Jackson, Miss.
The people of Pearson Com
munity were sorry to hear of
the autmobile accident that in
jured Mr. Willie Lloyd, Sep
tember 29, in Forest. Friends
pray for his speedy recovery.
New Readers: Mrs. Rubin
Hobson, Mr. Marshall Loper,
Mrs. J. Sims, Mrs. Eula Mae
Sampson.
Sick and Shut-Ins: Miss H.
B. Mangum, Mr. Wesley Tay
lor. Mrs. Julia Shoto. Please
remember these and others in
your prayers.
Mrs. Hattie Myers was
happy to have her daughter
and granddaughter visit her
from Chicago. 111., Mrs. Lillie
Bell Myers, Mrs. Hattie Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Davis
were visited recently by their
daughter, Miss Susie Davis
from Oakland, California and
son, Mr. Hubert Hoover Davis
of St. Louis, Mo.
DANCE AND MUSIC lovers
are invited to the HEZiE
GRAYER DANCE at Stevens
Rose Room, SUNDAY NIGHT,
OCTOBER 9 and to the
Hazlehurst
News
Mr. Roosevelt Strong, Agent
Funeral Services were held
for Mr. Huston Moody, Sep
tember 28 at 1: P. M., from
! the Shady Grove M. B. Church,
! 22 miles West of Hazlehurst
with Rev. W. M. Walker, of
ficiating. Mr. Moody had lived
88 years, 2 months and 5 days.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Irene Moody of this town;
3 sons, Mr. H. M. Moody, Chi
cago; Mr. Grady and Huston
Moody, Jr., of Hermanville,
Miss.; 4 daughters, Mrs. Cora
Bowie of St. Louis; Mrs. Mary
Young of New Orleans; Mrs.
Lily Chess of Hermanville and
Mrs. Ora Strong of Hazelhurst;
18 grandchildren, 11 great
grand children, a host of other
relatives and friends. Mr.
Moody will be greatly missed
by everyone who knew him.
HAZLEHURST GOSSIP . .
Hi guys and gals here we
come again with some more
rockin’ roll good news. Dig
Mr. Masion Earl Chase says
hands of his chick. Miss Helen
Lofton. Wonder what Mrs.
Ruby Lee Page is going to do
when she finds out that Miss
Charlean Coleman has taken
LLOYD PRICE (Mr. Person
ality) Dance and Show at Col
lere Park Club House, Octo
ber 15.
her place . . . Miss Emma
Lee Gulghom says hands off
Mr. A. B. Lofton . . . Mr. L.
M. Watkins said if you touch
Miss Dorothy Nell Ellis you’ve
got to see him. Mr. Carl Ed
ward says off to all concerning
Miss Willie Bell Lofton ...
Joe Goodwin says hands off
to Miss Goodlooking Sally B
. . . Dig Miss Virginia Lofton
is dating Mr. Jimmy Ray Cole
man. Dig Miss Mamie Cain
says off to Mr. Dave Loften.
. . . Rockin’ good way what
is Mr. William Hall going to
do when he reads of Mamie
in this paper?. . .
The oldest land grant col
lege for Negroes in the South
is Alcorn A&M College at Lor
man, Mississippi.
Established in 1871, it was
authorized by the first legisla
ture controlled by the Negroes
and the newly organized party |'
supported by Negro troops of
the U. S. Army.
The administration of the day
considered the college as a part
of the University of Mississippi,
and provided an annual appro
priation of $50,000 each for a
period of ten years. Thus the
policy of separate universities
for the races was established.
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