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VICKSBURG ENTERPRISE
News compiled and published in the interest of Vicksburg and
Warren County Citizens
RUBY P. LEWIS. Editor Phone 636-0983
HENRY BROWN, JR. Circulation Phone 636-0602
Phone all news in the Vicksburg Area to 636-0983 or 636-0602
or mail to 630 Miller Alley to Circulation Manager or 1007
Third North to Editor.
ALL CARDS OF THANKS AND IN MEMORIALS... $1.50
Advertising Rates on Request
The following Churches will
observe Holy Communion
Sunday, May 7, 1961:
MT. ZION No. 4, Rev. H. Har
dy, Pastor
MT. ZION No. 1, Rev. J. A.
Miller, Pastor
BRIGHT MORNING STAR,
Rev. S. S. Imes, Pastor
MT. OLIVE No. 2, Rev. W. M.
Lacey, Pastor
FIRST BAPTIST, M. B. C.,
Rev. J. H. Williams, Pastor
KING SOLOMON, Rev. B. L.
Thomas, Pastor
JACKSON ST., Rev. B. W. Wil
son, Pastor
ZION TRAVELERS, Rev. W.
M. Curley, Pastor
ST. LUKE, Rev. C. C. Smith,
Pastor.
MT. PILGRIM M. B. Church
—Lynch Street, Rev. T. H.
Turner, pastor. Sis. Clara
Washington, Secretary, Sis.
Thelma Morris, Asst. Secre
tary. 9:30 Sunday School. Bro.
Willie Elzie, Supt., Sis. Thelma
2V orris, Secretary; Bro. Frank
Pittaman, Asst. Supt.; Sis.
Joyce Elzie, Asst. Secretary.
11:30 Busy Bee Club. Bro. John
Elzie, Chaplain; Sis. Mary El
zie, President; Sis. Delores
Kelly, Vice President. 5:00 Bap
tist Training Union, Sis. Mary
Elzie, President; Sis. Delores
Kelly, Vice President; Sis.
Dolly Countryman and Betty
Kelly, Directors. 7:00 Monday
evening senior choir rehears
al. Sis. Mary Tales, President;
Br. Harvey Lawrence, pianist.
7:00 Tuesday evening Prayer
Meeting with the officers in
charge.
5:30 Friday evening Junior
Choir rehearsal. Sis. Mary El
zie, President; Sis. Delores
Kelly, Vice President.
SICK LIST; Sis. Mary Tales,
Bro. Henry McClude, and
Mother Clara McClude. We ask
for each a speedy recovery
soon. Reporter Joyce Elzie.

BRIGHT MORNING STAR
M. B. CHURCH NEWS — Rev.
S. S. Imes, pastor. Sis. Theresa
Sims, Church Clerk; Sis. L.
Chiles, Building Fund and Ed
ducational Clerk. Sunday 9:30
A. M. Sunday School. 11:30
Worship, at this time. A nine
(9) years old minister, will
preach. 7:00 p. m. Worship.
3:45 A. M. Monday, the Wo
mans Warren County Mission
ary Union convene with Bright
Morning Missionary Union.
Devotional subject “Consecra
tions.” Scripture Matt. 19:16
26. Topic ‘Have You Got Good
Religion?” Scripture Matt.
HOME
Furniture Co.
“The House of Cheerful
CREDIT”
Complete Home
Furnishings
Trade In Your
Old Furniture
For New
Phone FL 2-1036
212 N. Farish
Jackson. Miss.
5:1-16. Come one come all and
receive a spiritual treat. Mrs.
A. W. Wilson, President; Mrs.
L. Chiles, Secretary; Mrs. Co
rene Reed. Asst. Secretary,
Mrs. Daisy Thomas, Mrs. M. E.
Russell, pianist; Mrs. Maggie
Chisley, Chairman of Gift
Committee, Mrs. A. M. Crosby,
Co-chairman and Mrs. O. L.
Smith, chairman of Good Com
mittee.
WOMAN DAY PROGRAM
sponsored by our own Mrs.
Mariah Scott was the very
best. To all the boys and girls
! of the city please come to
Bright Morning Star Sunday
morning. Our speaker will be
a nine year old minister. Both
Saints and Sinners are cordi
! ally invited. Thanks a million
times for all that contributed
and took a part on our Wo
| mans Day program. We have
a large number of sick mem
bers. Let us continue to pray
and visit them.
FIRST BAPTIST M. B.
CHURCH — Rev. J. H. Wil
liam, pastor. 9:30 Sunday Schol
Mr. B. Minor, Supt. Tuesday
night 6:30 Senior Choir re
hearsal. Wednesday 6:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting.
LOCAL NEWS:
THE CALVARY M. B.
CHURCH on the corner of
Cline St. and Railroad Ave
nue, will have their Baptizing,
Sunday morning in the pool at
the church at 8:00 a. m. On
the water at 10:00 A. M. Rev.
R. T. Strong, Pastor.
THERE will be a tea at the
King Solomon Church Hall,
on Farmer street, from 1:00
P. M. until 4:00. Everyone in
vited to attend.
THE MT. PERAN LODGE
No. 12 A. T. and A. M. will
meet at the Masonic Temple
on the second Wednesday eve
ing at 7:30 p. m. The Temple
is located 723 Grove Street.
All members are urged to be
present and on time. Mr. Ben
Woodhouse, Sr-W. M., Mr.
Jasper Howard, S. W., Mr.
Charlie Bell, Jr.-W. and Mr.
Henry Brown, Secretary.
ELECTA CHAPTER No. 14
O. E. S. of adopted Rite, will
TheS&S
CAFE
Offer
• Fine Foods
• Refreshments
• Entertainment
You Are Always
WELCOME
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Off Sunset Drive
City Limits
EM 6-9233
Your Host . . .
JOHN SIMPSON
CLEANING FOR THE FAMILY —
Eveready Cleaners
Offering /
AN EXPERT CLEANING SERVICE
FL 3-2816
117 E. Amite St. Jackson, Miss
* *
ORIENTAL TEA — Illustrious Commander Margaret Brum
field, second from left, is shown gathered around the tea
table with her subjects as the group sponsored an Oriental
Tea at the Branch YWCA. Seated, Daughter Eliza Coleman;
■ __
standing from left, Daughter Trudie Catching, Daughter
Brumfield, Daughter Margaret Thomas, Daughter Frankie
Lewis and Daughter Mammie Weathersby.
(Staff Photo by Cecil Walton)
meet at the Masonic Temple
723 Grove St., on the 4th Wed
nesday evening at 7: P. M. All
members are urged to be pres
ent and on time. There will
be business of utmost impor
tance to be discussed. Mrs.
Rosie Lee Bell, W. M., Mrs.
Flossie B. Joiner, A. M. Mr.
Ben Woodhouse, Sr.W.P. and
Mr. Henry Brown, Secretary.
THE WARREN County Sun
day School Convention work
ers Council meets in the Vicks
burg Baptist Academy Mon
day night. Mrs. Jas. Chiplin,
President; Miss A. Davis, Sec
retary.
Utica News
Mrs. Ruby Clarkston, Agent
There will be a Singing at
the Water Valley M. B.
Church, May 21, 7:30 P.M.,
between the Jones Bros., of
Clarkston, Miss; the Utica
Superiors of Utica. The gen
eral public is invited. Mrs.
Mammie Jackson and Mrs.
R. Kinnard, Sponsors.
Mrs. Ruby Clarkston is in
the Baptist Hospital in Jack
son, Miss., where she under
went surgery April 27. At this
writing she is doing dine. Her
many friends pray that she
will have a speedy recovery.
Hazlehurst
News
Mr. Roosevelt Strong, Agent
Mrs. Mary Farley, Reporter
THE WORLD AND YOU
You grumble and whine, at
the world and its ways; You
dwell on the faults that you
see. You say that life brings
you too many dark days, and
its not what it should be. Note,
let us think of Christ as he
died for our sins we too, bear
our burden if we expect to
win, our soul’s salvation, dark
days are for us to test our
faith, so don’t whine when we
have dark says.
You remember the mean
and the petty and base. That
you’ve met as you traveled
your way. You chafe at the
grind and the toll and the
pace, and forever inquire,
Does it pay? Suppose the
world was a voice and could
speak. Its opinion of me and
you? Could it not lament, too
much, wherein we are weak; j
and sneer at the things we '
do? Do you think it would
say that we are all we should
be, and cheer us again and
again. Or forgetting all cir
tues, continue to see, but the
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'
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We offer special consideration
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Others Are Making Big Money
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For further information, come
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Call at your favorite Beauty
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NOTICE TO SUPERINTENDENTS AND
B. T. U. PRESIDENTS
Church Supplies
I can deliver your Sunday School and
B.T.U. Books on time every quarter.
For general Books, Banners, Usher Sup*
plies, Stars, Buttons
If you need order blanks for Sunday School
and B. T. U. and General Books..
Write REV. S. L. A. JONES
' 531 Yazoo Ave. Clarksdale. Miss.
meanness and smallness of
men? You whimper and whine
that the world is all wrong
but somehow you seem to for
get. The smiles and the laugh
ter the mirth and the song,
And the kindhearted people
you’ve met. Let us read our
Bibles and think on this poem.
Our thought — Jesus saith un
to him, I am the way and
the truth and the life. When
we think of how He suffered,
maybe we wouldn’t whine so
much.Mary Farley_
DIAL
FL 2-5554
FOR EXPERT
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—also—
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CLEANING and
ALTERATIONS
Wolfe’s
Cleaners
OSCAR J. WOLFE
Owner
1154 Mill Street
JACKSON, MISS.
HALEHURST GOSSIP ... |
Hi gals and guys, here we
are with some rocking good
news . Albertha Smith
says ‘hands off’ Larry Smith
because he is the one she
loves. Alice Fay is warning
all the chicks to leave Julius
Perkins alone if they don’t
want to get hurt. Willie B.
Lofton is letting it be known
that she is going steady with
Visit Your
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Cafe and Varieties
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and Money -
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847 Carver St.
Jackson, Miss.
C 0 NIC ’ S icTy?nd i
w Wlil w w Barber Supplies
—Dealer For—
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and WINGATE Products
PERSULAN — CLAIROL — ROMINTO — VEECO
and DONNELLY EQUIPMENT
Barber Tools Serviced
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615 N. Farish Jackson, Miss.
In time of sorrow to whom
do you turn-a man or wo
man?
Naturally a WOMAN
is more sympathetic and
understanding, isn't she?
The MOTHER and DAU
GHTER TEAM Mrs. Col
lins and Mrs. Harvey . . .
and their staff are ready
at all times to offer you the
COMFORT and PROFES
SIONAL SERVICE YOU DESIRE_
NO WONDER THE FAMILIES THEY
SERVE ARE CONSTANTLY SAYING . . .
"We appreciate EVERYTHING you did
for us."
YOU MAY BE ASSURED OF FRIENDLY,
PERSONALIZED SERVICE WHEN
YOU CALL FL 3-2377 or 5-1888
Frazier & Collins Funeral Home
& Collins Insurance Co.
415 N. Farish St. Jackson, Miss.
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just one boy now. Richard L.
Davis says don’t play him
cheap, sure he has a girl,
she’s shaped up like a coca
c ia bottle, and he doesn’t
want any of the other fellows
hanging around her. Its one
boy only for Charlean these
days also. The chicks wish
to know who is the favorite
one with Mr. Mason, Helen
Lofton or Lulavella Washing
ton? Jow Willie is telling all
the hep cats that Willie B.
Lofton is just what the doctor
ordered for her. poplar cou
ples: Hazle Coleman and
Richard Lee Davis; Katie Lee
Jones and P L. Davis .
Now all you really hepped
cats and kittens, if you want
to see and hear a really good
attraction . Don’t miss
the 5 Royales Dance at Stev
ens Rose Room, Mother’s
Day, May 14. All dance
and music lovers are invited.
BOOTS
Flower Shoppe
817 N. Farish St.
Jackson, Miss.
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Or FL 2-6927
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Offering
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Beauty Culture
Work
• Teachers
Training
• Brush-Up
Courses
Mrs. Catherine
Langston
owner-manager
Mrs. Nettie Givens
Instructor
240 E. Bell St.
Phone FL 2-2115
Jackson, Miss.
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