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CHICAGO
By Mrs. G
Renager and 1
The presentation of the
Tougaloo Southern Christian
College Choir of Tougaloo,
Mississippi, in recital here at
Lincoln Memorial Congrega
tional Church, Champlain
Avenue at 65th Street, March
28, provided entertainment
for a large crowd, included
in which, were a number of
former Mississippians. The
choir, under the direction of
Mr. A. M. Lovelace, present
ed a program that was high
in entertainment. Members
of Christ Temple Cathedral,
not only enjoyed the recital
very much, but were pleased
to see Miss Carlotta Francis
Conic, daughter of their for
mer pastor, Bishop M. R.
Conic, appear with the group
as organist. Among Temple
members attending were: Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Callion, Mrs.
Eddie M. Taylor, Mrs. Ella
Dixon, Mrs. Isabelle Sanders
Miss Bessie Gates, Rev. O.
B. Collins, Mr. Victor Smith,
Miss B. Hopkins, the Mclnnis
Sisters, Miss J. Sadler, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Atkinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Taylor.
Friends of this city wish Miss
Conic much success in her
college career.
Mrs. Clara Malissa Wil
liams, formerly of Hazlehurst,
Miss., now residing at 30027
Hazlehurst
News
Roosevelt Strong, Agent
Mrs. Mary Farley, Reporter
(Too late for last week
FINAL RITES HELD FOR
MR. JOHNNY A. JOYNSON
Final rites for the late Mr.
Johnny A. Johnson were held
at the Christ Temple Holiness
Church here, Sunday, April 1,
the following order of service
being observed. The Eulogy
was given by Rev. P. H.
Brown of Jackson, with Mr.
Frank Farrish of Parrish
High School, Organist. Follow
ing the processional, song by
choir; Scripture by Rev.
Lewis of Utica; Prayer, Rev.
James E. Jefferson, Hazle
hurst; Song, Choir. Tributes
from the Home Mission, by
Mrs. Charity Reed, President;
Acknowledge of Condolences,
Mrs. Mary Farley; Solo, Mrs.
Carolyn Washington of Utica
Jr. College and closing re
marks by Rev. J. O. Rials,
Pastor of Christ Temple.
Mr. Johnny Johnson, the
second son of the late Johnnie
and Alice Johnson, was born
in Hazlehurst, Miss. Following
the desires of his Christian
parents, he attended the pub
lic schools of this town and
united with the St. James
Baptist Church. He was mar
ried to Miss Nellie Davis and
to this union, five children
were born; two sons and
three daughters, one son pre
ceeding him in death. Later
he married Mrs. Annie Lee
Johnson. For many years he
worked at the Hazlehurst Box
Factory. Upon his retirement
he devoted his time to these
enjoyments: fishing, helping
others and working in this
church. He served in several
capacities at "this church the
last position being that of
treasurer of the Sunday
School.
The deceased is mourned
by a wife, three sisters, one
brother, five daughters, two
sons, twelve grandchildren,
six foster sisters, five foster
brothers, a host of other re
latives and friends.
Active Pallbearers: Mr.
Louis Williams, Mr. Phillip
Minor, Mr. Charley Byther,
Mr. Floyd Smith, Mr. Park
Washington and Mr. Will
Hughes. Interment was in the
Hazlehurst Cemetery, with ar
rangements in charge of the
Hazlehurst Funeral Home.
THE LATE REV. C. H.
HARPER FUNERALIZED
Funeral Services for the
late Rev. C. H. Harper were
held at the St. James M. B.
Church, April 3, with Rev. G.
C. Wells, officiating.
MRS. MARY REED, better
known as “Lillion” passed
Sunday, April 1. She was the
wife of Mr. Milcah Reed.
SYMPATHY is entended to
the bereaved families of the
late Mr. Johnny A. Johnson;
Rev. C. H. Harper and Mrs.
Reed.
TEMPLE CHURCH NEWS
Ju£us Blvd., Inkster. Michi
3 NEWS
eorgia King
Bernard Taylor
gan, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Lee
Williams and their song, Dar
rell and Randy, visited Chi
cago relatives this past week
end. The Troy Lee Williams
were houseguests of Mrs.
Shirley Williams’ parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Jones, 150 E.
Avenue, La Grange, 111. Mrs.
Clara Williams was guest of
her sister, Mrs. Nell Farley
Dawson at 549 E. 50th Street.
These visitors are members
of Zion Chapel in Detroit,
pastored by Rev. A. J. Per
kins.
Mrs. Maude T. Jackson,
wife of Dr. J. A. Jackson,
pastor of Olivet Baptist
Church and President of the
National Baptist Convention,
will be guest speaker at the
All-Woman’s Day Program to
be held at Farish Street Bap
tist Church, Jackson, Miss,
on Sunday, April 15. The Jack
sons are former Mississipp
ians.
Regular services were held
at the Temple Church of
Christ, Holiness, Sunday,
April 8, at 11: A. M., and at
2: P. M., a Rally was held
lor the Church. You are al
ways welcome to worship *»t
the Temple Church.
Sick and Shut-Ins: Bro
Charlie King, Sis. Sarah Ann
Garrett, Sis Georgia Allen
and Sis. Mary E. Rauls. Pray
er is asked for their speedy
recovery.
Regular services were held
at the Temple Holiness
Church, Sunday, April 8, at
11: A. M., with the sermon
by the pastor, Rev. Rials,
who took his text from 1st
Timothy 1:1, subject, ‘‘A won
derful Christ”. At 2: P. M.,
the Church Rally began with
the sermon by Rev. Timothy
Wilson; song service by the
St. James Jr. Choir. A glo
rious time was had thruout
the service with singing, pray
ing, preaching and paying.
The members express thanks
to God and to all who contri
buted in anyway to the suc
cess of this Rally. There was
a mistake in the announce
ment of money raised. In
stead of $234.39, the correct
amount was $211.38.
Sick and Shut-Ins: Sis.
Sarah Ann Garrett, Sis. Geor
gia Allen, Sis. Perlie Stamps
who is a patient in a local
hospital and Bro. Charlie
King. Prayer is offered for
these and others. The Temple
Church is a little Church with
a big Welcome. We are always
willing and ready to serve
you in the service of the Lord.
Regular services each 2nd
and 4th Sundays. Remember
us in your prayers. Rev. J.
O. Rials, Pastor, Mrs. Mary
Farley, Sec.
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West Side News
By Hattie C. Dyson
HERE and THERE . . . .
People in the News:
MISS ROSENA ROBINSON,
music teacher at Sumner Hill
school, Clinton, Miss., direct
ed a successful Music Festi
val at the school last week.
MR. LEROY P. JOHNSON
the proud principal and MRS.
PRINCESS BEASLEY JONES
the efficient director of the
choir, as well as participants,
all did their part to make this
an enjoyable event.
MRS. ERNESTINE STUTTS,
Mr. George Odom and Mr.
Julius Buchanan, Fifth grade
teachers at Mary Morrison
school, took their classes for
a tour of the Vicksburg Na
tional Park, Saturday, April 7.
MISS F. O. ALEXANDER,
Mrs. Mettazee Harris and
Mrs. M. M. Hubert, attended
the Baptist Executive Board
meeting Wednesday, April 4,
at Edwards, Miss. Business
of great importance was dis
cussed.
MR. WILLIE BROWN of
Gault Street is most happy
over the recent honor accord
ed his nephew and namesake,
Willie Brown 2nd, who was
the special guest of Mr. Jobie
Martin, over Radio Station
WKOJ, Sunday. Mr. Brown
was also presented in a re
cital at Jackson State Col
lege, Sunday night.
WANDA JOYCE WARD,
president of West Side Y-Teen
Club is inviting all to be vis
itors and listen to “West Side
Y-Teens on Parade” Satur
day, April 14 at 9:45 a. m.
over WOKJ.
THE TEEN-AIDERS CLUB
is sponsoring “The Mother of
the Year” contest at the Bran
ch YWCA. Please get your let
ter in, nominating your
choice. The Mississippi En
terprise is offering a Cash
Prize for the best letter.
WEST SIDE Y-TEEN pro
gram held Wednesday, April
4, was as follows: Song, Pray
er by Margaret Terrell; Facts
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1154 Mill Street
JACKSON, MISS.
about West Side Y-Teen club,
Patricia McLendon; Who Are
Y-Teens, Charline Nichols;
Y-Teen Purpose, Wanda Joy
ce Ward; Y-Teen Emblem &
Colors, Patricia McLendon;
Officers of Y-Teen Club, Doris
Cotton, Recognition of special
guests, Gloria Hayes. Special
guests invited were: Miss F.
0. Alexander, Mrs. L. B. Wal
ker-Jones and Miss Annie B.
Richards. Platform guests in
vited: Mrs. Aleans Smith,
Mrs. Gertrude Hart, Mrs.
Mary E. Forte. Adviser, Mrs.
Hattie C. Dyson; Mr. B. T.
Beauchamp, principal.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Program at West Side school,
sponsored by Mrs. Annie R.
Bell, had as its theme: “Bet
ter Relations Through Educa
tion in the 60’s.” Following the
singing of the School song, the
reading of the Scriptures and
Prayer, Hannah M. Hunter
gave the purpose of the Stu
dent Council; Ester Morris
and Zyronius Davis, sang a
duet. The guest speaker, Mrs.
Mettazee Harris, Jeanes Su
pervisor, was introduced by
Mrs. Ruby Nixon. Platform
guests were recognized by
Mrs. Gertrude Hart. The en
tire program was inspiring
and was well received by a
representative audience. Plat
form guests: Principal Beau
champ, Mrs. Ethel Beau
champ, Mr. Roosevelt Catch
ings, Mrs. Ella J. Willis, Mrs.
Mary E. Forte. The Program
Committee included: Mes
dames Wavine Campbell, Do
rothy Williams, Bessie Grif
fin, Elmira McNeil, Ella Wil
liams, Ernestine Ward, Ruth
Young, Mr. Gale Bunsey.
Student Council officers:
Presdient, Robert Clark; Vice
Tommie Brent; Secretary,
Wanda Joyce Ward; Assistant
Secretary, Laurine Riddley;
Chaplain, Patricia McLendon,
Director, Elnora Julian; Co
director, No. 1, Erma Wat
kins; Co-Director No. 2 Shir
ley Hudson.
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