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Town News By Marshall Lee THIS PAST WEEKEND a long with Mrs. Marie Smith 1 visited over Vicksburg way as of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bo hanna, 1023 Vine Street . . . we also visited Mr. Tommy Johnson, Monoe Street, Mr. and Mrs. John W. White, 1709 Wisconsin Avenue . . . My first trip to my home town in quite a while, 1 greatly en joyed every moment there . . . I was happy to say hello to a number of other friends whose names do not register at this writing ... It was indeed good to greet Mr. Wal j ter White a friend of long standing . . . Back in Jackson we join with other friends in the good news that Mrs. Rosa Peters is able to be up after a recent illness ... A resident | of Bell Street, this friend is a faithful member of Farish Street Baptist Church and a loyal member of the E. P. Topp Circle ... On behalf of the president, Mrs. Birda Gray, I’m asking all members of the Angelic Choir to be^ present at the church Saturday even ing at 4: for rehearsal . . . This is an important meeting, so please be present . . . Sunday evening services down at Farish Street was spiritual and inspiring with the message being brought by the Assistant pastor, Rev. G. West Jackson News By Naomi T. Hendrex QUOTATION OF WEEK . . “If music is the food of love, play on” . . . SICK & SHUT-INS: Let us not forget to visit our sick and shut-ins . . . May God bless each of them . . . they are: Mesdames Laura Jones, Mary Moore, Frankie Thomp son, Christine Campbell, Wil lie Myles, Pauline Odoms. Lubertha Carter, Willie Polk, Messrs Robert Cooper and West Thompson. MRS. NAOMI HOLLOWAY of Morehouse Avenue left the city Wednesday by plane for Chicago to attend the funeral of* her niece. Mrs. Holloway is now home after several days in the windy city . . . This matron is a member of the Third Temple Church and is wel' known in social, civic and church affairs . . . MRS. MARY RANSOM of Chicago has returned to her home after vacationing ir the city for two weeks. Accom panying her home was her oldest son, Joseph Ranson. We remember this young woman as the former Mary Chatman. She is the lovely wife of Mrs. George Ransom. MRS. HATTIE DAWSON R. N. left the city Sunday night for Chicago where she wdll visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Dawson and sister, Mary made the trip together. MRS. RACHEL HILL ac companied by her two Iiand W. Williams . . . Back in the city after an enjoyable sum mer is Miss Alice Ruth Thomp son, she’s one of the faculty j members at G. N. Smith Pub-1 lie School . . . Mr. Harvey Williams is inviting all to come out to New Hope Baptist Church to their Revival that will start Sunday night . . . conducting the services w ill be the pastor, Rev. G. C. Hunte . . . Mr. Williams is one of New Hope’s ushers . . . LATE-DAY DRESS—A must for any vacation wardrobe is a pretty late-day dress which can go to both formal and in formal parties. This fashion from the 48-piece, all-cotton wardrobe of Linda Lackey, 1»«1 Maid of Cotton, features the sophisticated draping of Ceil Chapman. Full-blown roses decorate the Everglaze cotton print. some sons motored to Mem phis to visit her parents on the weeend. They report a most enjoyable visit. We were glad to learn that her mother is much improved after being sick. H^r parents are, Rev. and Mrs. Haraday. VACATIONING IN NEW ORLEANS over the past week end were Lamar and Melvin Hendrex who made the trip with their grandmother . . . They were guests of Mrs. Cal lie Spencer, a cousin for a week, where everything was done to make the stay a most enjoyable one. MRS. EMMA BROWN of Eastview Street has returned home from St. Louis, Mo., af ter spending two weeks as houseguests of her sister, Mrs. Mamie Evans. Mrs. Brown re ports her sister is well and that she had an enjoyable visit. READERS of this column and the .Staff of The Missis sippi Enterprise were sorry to hear of the illness of Mrs. Hattie Dyson and are pleased to know she is able to be up and on duty out at West Side School . . MRS. JOS1E MAE GORE of Chicago, recently spent her summer vacation with her sis ter, Mrs. Mattie Wilson and brothers, Messrs Hozie and Otis Yonkins of this city. MRS. MARIE ANDERSON j of W. Maple Street is recuper ating in the Jackson College1 Health Center and as this goes to press she is much improved. MR. FREDDIE RHODES of Champaign, 111., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelvie Rhodes of Edwards and his brother and wife, Mrs. Shel vie Rhodes, Jr., of Barrett Ave nue of this city MR. AND MRS. L. E. MONCUE of Morehouse Ave nue motored to Muskegon, Michigan to visit Mrs. Mon cue's father recently. They report a most enjoyable trip. THE LATE MRS. LOUISE TAYLOR of Detroit, Michigan was funeralized from College Hill Church on Saturday, Sept. 16 at 2:00 P. M. She formerly lived in the city and was the -—-—-- i Brandon Notes Robert Williamson, Agent Of great interest to their many friends is the news of the marriage of Mr. Willie C. Bell and Miss Eva J. Boone, which took place in the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Everlyn Boone, Jackson with Rev. S. L. Webb, officiating The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. James Boone and granddaughter of Mr. David Nolan of Brandon. She was an honor graduate of Carter High School and is now at tending Jackson State College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Jackson State College and now teaches in McComb, Miss. Friends of Brandon wish for Mr. and Mrs. Bell much hap piness. Mrs. Vila Gipson wishes to thank Mrs. Juanita William son, Mrs. Ethel Easterling. Mrs. Lillie Thompson, Mr Clifton Johnson and other members of the Rock Star M. B. Church Usher Board for participation and sympathy during the death of her broth er, Mr. Max Keys of Raleigh, Miss. Miss Irene Myers spent one day of last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hunt of Jackson. Mrs. Hunt is a cousin of Miss Myers and a sister of Mr. Clifton Johnson of Bran don, who is a faithful chief usher of the Rock Star M. B. Church. mother of Mrs. Emma Lois Hall, Mrs. Ludie Mae Gardner, Mr. James Taylor and C. D. j Taylor. She was the sister of Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs. j Smallwood. Friends and relatives are sorry to hear of the automo bile accident occuring last Wednesday night to Mr. Dora Minor and daughter and Miss Ninnie Mae Minor, all of Bran don. All pray for them a speedy recovery. Mrs. Sallie B. Crawford was glad to have her uncle, Mr. William Easterling of Menden hall and aun' Mrs. Eula Weas by of Braxton to stay a short while in her home. The fam ily enjoyed a quilting party. Mrs. Weasby left Mrs. Craw ford three nice quilts. 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