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News Mrs. Mose Ella Carpenter Agent Box 6-2: Phone: 512 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Land ers had as their weekenc guest, Mrs. Lander’s mother Mrs. Frances Atkins of Wet umpka, Alabama. Mr. S. D. Teemer of Chi cago is spending several days visiting his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Davie Teemer, also his sister, Mrs. Ruth Becks. Mrs. Hattie L. Davis anc daughter of Akron, Ohio visit ed in the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Willie Carpenter, alsc sister Mrs. Mary Ella Dee. Revival Meeting begins May 27 at 7:30 P.M. at the Beth leham Church of God ir Christ, located on Authomy Street, pastor, Elder L. M Marsaw. The Evangelist will be Elder James Smith of Me Comb. The public is invited tc come out and t njoy the good ness of the Lord. Woman’s Day was observed at St. Peter A. M. E. Church, Sunday, May 12, with Sis. Be atrice Weathers giving the in vocation, Sis. E. S. Watson the Occasion; a reading by Mrs. Rosenteen Purnell; Solo, Mrs. Bertha King; Introduction of Speaker, Sis. Edna Montgom ery; Address, Dr. Marie D. Gadson, Director of Division of Humanities, Alcorn A. Y. M. College, Loraman, Miss. Music was rendered by the choir of Second Baptist Church. Money raised was $255.20. Everyone enjoyed the service. Visiting in the home of Miss Erma Adams were her sis ter-in-law, Mrs. Louise Ad ams, niece, Antrunette; friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Singelton of Canton, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Jones served a very delicious dinner. The Addison High School Band is on a five-day tour of Texas and Mexico. It is re ported that they are having a wonderful time and they have seen one major league game. Mrs. Josephine Hosley and Mr. Bennie Reeves are chap erones. On Sunday, May 12, Finst Baptist Church held its Annual Woman’s Day Program dur ing the regular morning wor ship. The speaker for the oc casion was Miss Erma Ad ams, an instructor at Addi son High School. She spoke on the topic, “The Responsibili ties of Womanhood”. Every one attending this annual ob servance enjoyed this timely topic. A Surprise Birthday Party was given to Mrs. Odessa Ross by her son and husband on Thursday, May 9. The dining room table was beautifully decorated with a white cake with floral designs. Many friends and relatives were present. The honoree received many lovely and useful gifts. Refreshments were served to everyone. The J. M. A. of Mercy Seat M. B. Church met in the home of Sis. Willie D. Devoual. The devotion was led by Sis. Clth Howard. The lesson was brought by Sis. Rose May Thomas on the subject, “Time to love Mother”. The discus sion was led by Sis. Geneva Johnson and Sis. Jannie Brown. The highlights on the topic were given by President Carpenter. Refreshments were served to everyone. Sis. Devoual, Sec. The J. M. A. cel ebrated four birthdays, Mrs. Jonnie Brown, Mrs. Nancy Reeds, Mrs. Clth Howard, also Mrs. Cora Ruth Smith. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas. The Mercy Seat M. B. Church extends deep appreci ation to Mr. Harry Guster and others for the splendid job in repairing the church. West Jackson News CHICAGO VISITORS . . . Mrs. Loucile Brown Harris, formerly of this city who has made her home in Chicago for ^ the past thirteen or more years or more years, was a recent visitor in the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newsome of Newton Street recently. She left for her home Friday. Mrs. , Harris reports having had a delightful visit among friends She also visited Mrs. Lillian P. Scott of Morehouse Ave. MR. IRA MILLS of Edwards spent the day in the city on Tuesday as guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Terrell. Mr. Mills is well known in the city. MISS F. O. ALEXANDER of Pascagoula Street is home re cuperating nicely after having undergone surgery at a local hospital . . . She was pleased to have Mrs. E. D. McGowan of Edwards visit her on Tues day . . . Friends pray that this splendid citizen will soon be completely recovered and a bout her duties . . . MRS. ETHEL DYSON, nurse at Jackson State Col lege Health Center spent the past weekend in Louisiana a mong relatives and friends. She reports an enjoyable trip SICK AND SHUT-INS: Mrs Anderson McCoy, Mrs. Mof fett, Mrs. Myra Fulfort, Rev C. A. Russell, Mr. S. T. Ter rell. MRS. GERTRUDE ELLIS’ many friends are pleased to see her home after several days at St. Dominic Hospital. . . . She is up and carrying on her daily activities. . . DATES TO REMEMBER . . May 25, Saturday, Alumni Day . . . Jackson State College . . . Mrs. Henerietta T. Norris, speaker May 26 . . . Bacca lureate ... Dr. S. Leon Whit ney, speaker . . May 27 . . . Commencement, Jackson State — Dr. John Reuben Sheeler, speaker. THE JACKSON STATE CHOIR will be presented in a Musical Program on Friday, May 10, at College Hill M. B. Church . . . sponsored by the B. T. U. Edwards News Mis. Ora L. Jasper, Agent Sunday,. May 12, th* St. Marks M. B. Church held its regular monthly meeting. Sunday School opened at the usual hour with Supt. Amos Richardson in charge. At the 11 A.M. Worship hour, both the Senior and Jun ior choir rendered lovely mus ic. The pastor, Rev. P. J. Hopkins brought the Mother’s Day sermon on the subject, “A Mother’s Baby”. This was fully discussed and enjoyed by oil mi v. ocm. Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, Virgil Allen, sisters and broth ers are very proud to have their sisters, Mrs. Marion Taylor of Indianapolis, Indi ana and Mrs. Rheba Dotson of St. Louis, Mo., visit in their home and to see their father, Mr. Edd Allen, who is recuper ating at his home after a full week of sickness. The 8th and 9th grade classes wish to thank all teachers, sponsors, guests and especially the “Halo” band from Jackson, along with the top soloist who hails from Brookhaven, for the wonderful Prom that was held at Ed wards Junior High School, May 9. With no exceptions, this was a most successful and enjoyable event. The Faculty members of the Edwards Jr. Hgh School, motored to Utica Junior Col lege on last Friday, May 10, to attend the Hinds County Teachers Meeting, Mr. C. L. Henderson, President. On the Sick List: Evelyn M. Willis, Mrs. Donnie Currie Mr. Edd Allen. Send your news to O. L. Jas per, P. O. Box 6, Edwards, Miss._ Our Best Wishes EAST'S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST Phones: 39 - 39 - 61 Air-Conditioned - 5 * So. Wentworth Ave. Brookhoven, Miss. - ” * ~ ”__PAGE THREE The Public-Spirited Merchants and Friends on this Page Congratulate the 1963 Graduates of Alexander High and all Schools in Lincoln County - n—. — - Congratulations Underwriters Agency, Inc. INSURANCE 217 South Railroad Ave., Phone 842 and 888 Brookhaven, Miss. Our Best Wishes EVERY DAY LOW PRICES PANZICA’S IGA ee SMPERMARK ■ Brookhaven, Miss. BEST WISHES F. A C. DOLLAR STORE "Where Every Day is Dollar Day'1 Brookhaven's Most Unusual Store Brookhaven, Miss. 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