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4 Edited and compiled by Hattie C. Dyson CHAPEL ASSEMBLY at Westside Elementary and Ju nior High school on May 3 was sponsored by Mrs. Idell Walkins and opened with a song, “Jacob’s Ladder.” The scripture was read by Shir ley Coleman and prayer of fered by the first grade. Mo ther Boose rhymes were re cited by the group and a poem was said by Irma Jean Wal-' kins; a solo by Joyce White was followed by remarks and announcements by Principal Beauchamp. CHAPEL PROGRAM, April 20 opened with a song, scrip ture was read by Carrie Ma son; prayer offered by Erma Jean Erwin; song, West Side Chorus. The topic, “Angels in Mathematics” was discussed by Franklin Thornton; “Equ ations,” Louis Charles Cro well; “Mathematics In Sci e n c e,” Edwin Morgan; “Mathematics in Home-mak ing,” Barbara Brent, Delores Fisher, Octavia Campbell, Clara Johnson; “Equations as used by Surveyors,” Sam Wallace Hines; “Income Tax” West Lindsey. Music by Miss Olivia Chambers and Miss Maccine Smith of the Music Department. The program closed with remarks and an nouncements b y Principal Beauchamp. MRS. METTAZEE HAR RIS, Jeanes Supervisor of Hinds County had as house guest recently, her brother and sister-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Owen D. Pelts. Rev. Pelts, outstanding young min ister, is pastor of Shilo Bap tist Church, Chicago, 111. The visitors were returning to their home after a short stay in Hot Springs, Ark. HAVE YOU JOINED THE YWTCA? We are still calling all persons interested in be coming a member of one of the best organizations in the land to join the YWCA. . . If you are interested, please call this columnist. . . . Down at the YWCA there are classes and activities for all age groups and if there is no class in what you are interested, one will be organized. . . Be seeing you Here and There. Bolton News Malissia Deloris Samuels, Reporter The following persons mo tored from Pasadena, Califor nia on last week-end to attend the funeral of their husband father - brother - uncle - Mr. Van Green Jr.: Mr. James Jef k)Mljk| Terms Cp To MVJ ¥V 5 Tears ROOFING, SIDING ADDITIONS PAINTING i SARGENT'S FAMOUS LINE o< PAINTS BUILDERS LUMBER and SUPPLY CO. 2340 N. MILL ST. PHONE FL 3-4691 FREE ESTIMATES ■■ f .. ,j « «■' -- ferson, Mr. Willie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Estell Green and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Green and family, Annie Green, Van Rudell Green and Mrs. Ola Green. During their spring break in the Windy City, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vinson Jr., Mr Bobby Joe Vinson and Mr. Le roy Burns Vinson came home for a short visit. They were accompanied by Mr. Ernesl West, Mr. Walter Peterson, Mr. J. C. Harris and Mr. Ern est Herd. The following persons are on the sick list, and we wish them a speedy recovery: Mrs. Callie Green, Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Albert Ross, Mrs. Beatrice Williams, Mrs. Gatha Edwards and Mrs. Leola Mitchell. Mrs. Mozella Smith is in St. Louis, Missouri visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tommizene Jones, who has been very ill. Sgt. James Henry Carmack and family were recent visi tors to the home town. Miss Charlie Bell Burns was at home to visit her aunt, Mrs. Marshall last week-end. Two of the student teachers of V. L. Reuben Junior High School lived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wells while teaching here. They were: Miss Barbara Myles of Cry stal Springs, Miss., and Miss Verlee Kelker of Utica, Mis sissippi. Bay Springs News By L. C. Peyton, Agent The Fourth Annual Session of the 5th District O. E. S. convened in Laurel, Miss., with the Orange Chapter and Jones Chapter as hostess and co-hostess. The A. M. session program was conducted by the local Chapters with the following persons participat ing: Sisters Gladys Payton, Julia Price, Ester Gaines, Nancy Jones, A. B. Huff, E. L. Austin and Sister Malple O. Lotts, G. M. The afternoon sessions was opened by Sister Bobby Du kes, W.M. of Orange Chap ter. Sister T. R. Peyton, D. M. , presided over the District meeting; Sis. A. B. Huff, G. D. and Bro. B. E. Jones, As sociate G. D., Rev. G. C. Wells, G. D. and Bro. Lind say McCullen, Sis. Arcenia and others took an active part on the program. Sis. Huff and the newly elected D. M., Sis. Peyton, along with every member pre sent worked together and made this one of the most suc cessful District meetings held. The next District meeting will WOMEN’S AUXILIARY LAWN TEA — Among the many persons attending the annual Lawn Tea sponsored by the Women’s Auxiliary of Third Temple Church of Christ Holiness on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Wolfe on Dalton street were from left, Mrs. Jeanette Wright, Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mrs. Evie Moore and Mrs. Christina Hudson. be held in Bay Springs. REV. AND MRS. I. C. AL LEN’s many friends and rel atives will miss them very ; much. The Allens moved to their new home near Laurel, last week. — j HOMECOMING DAY for the I Mossville Area of the Usher Board meeting will be held at Bay Springs Colored school, Sunday, May 7, 1961. Pelahatchie News Mrs. Zadie Harvey, Agent There was an anniversary held at Little Zion Methodist Church for the pastor, Rev. N. L. Bender. There were many visitors from various churches in that area pres ent to witness the affair. The gift amounted to $50.00 The Woman’s Institute met | at Mt. Pisgah M. B. Church Sunday, April 30th. There was a large crowd and quite a few people from Oak Grove M. B. Church was present. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harvey visited friends in Mendenhall and Piney Woods Junior Col lege, Sunday. — Rev. and Mrs. N. L. Ben der spent Saturday night in the home of Misses Mary and Clarissa Ormand. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott, Misses Mary and Clarrissa Ormand attended the anni versary of Rev. Bender at Lit tle Zion Methodist Church, April 0, 1961. NOTE: To our Pelahatchie readers: We apologize for the error that we’ve made these past weeks in running the j wrong picture over the Pela 1 hatchie News. This matter has been straightened out and Mrs. Zadie Harvey’s picture will appear in its rightful | place in next week’s issue.— Editor. i __ IOTAS MEET WITH MRS. DYSON The charming home of the W. R. Dysons on Gault Street, was the scene of a most en joyable meeting of Alpha Pi Chapter, Iota Phi I ambda Sorority on Tuesday evening, April 25, with Mrs. Hattie Dy son a most pleasant hostess. With the prsident, Mrs. Mir iam D. Johnson presiding, the sorors made final reports on activities connected with the chapter’s entertaining of the Southwestern Regional Con ference, earlier in the month. As a part of their National Business Week observance, the chapter spent time dis cussing the various type of businesses in which its own sorors were occupied and how to improve such businesses so as to render more service to the public. As the only known woman-Treasurer of a Negro College, Soror Ellen Wilson, who holds such a position with Campbell College, was able to give to the group much information that was beneficial; as owner of her FL 2-4494 TWO-WAY RADIO Prompt — Efficient Service A 7 DOTTY CAB CO. 536 N. Farish Jackson From Imported Dutch Chocolate ... Borden’s blends this richest chocolate flavor of all with farm-fresh cream to make the finest chocolate ice cream you have ever tasted! 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