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This ’N That By Sarah M. Harvey THOUGHT FOR TODAY: “You’ll make more friends in a week by getting yourself genuinely interested in other people than you can in a year by tring to get other people interested in you.” SUNDAY, MOM REIGNED AS QUEEN FOR A DAY and as we looked around us and saw the honors being bestow ed on the mothers whom we know, we were happy in the realization that no one would have been more deservant of such honors. . .Of course, we know that ALL MOTHERS • are not deservant. . but we like to feel that this group is in the minority and that on the day set aside as MOTH ER’S DAY, we will always have them in our prayers so that when another such ob servance rolls around, they too, can be so honored. . . . We were happ to see Moth ers receive beautiful flowers —valuable gifts. . happy to see programs given in her honor at many of the church es of the city. . . . HAD WE GIVEN an Orchid or selected a ‘Mother Of The Year’. . .the honor would have gone to Mrs. SIDNEY AUS TIN (’mamma Sidney). . the grand and charming mother ~ r T ~ 4 ~ C»:*4 11701 A vi out ivva uioiLt , nij t nuo tin Singleton West Pearl Street. . All who have had the privilege and pleasure of being around this lovely and gracious lady, whose activi ties and many contributions to her church and communi ty, seem to increase, rather than grow less, as she nears her 89th birthday, can read ily understand why we would choose “mamma Sidney. . . . We would also give an Orch id to another grand lady. . . Mrs. SAVANNAH MILLER WATSON, mother of Missis sippi Enterprise Owner. . . Willie J. Miller. . . .Nearing the age of 84, this Christian woman, before a recent ill ness that now has her con fined to bed, was actively working to purchase chairs for her home - church up in Yazoo City. . .which she did. . Perhaps the prettiest group we saw on Mother’s Day, was the three generations of de lovies. . .Mrs. WM. YANCY of Cox Street. . .her daughter, Mrs. EVA Y. WOODARD, West Pearl and her grand daughter, little Miss Linda Dianne Miller. . . OURS WAS A MOST enjoy able Mother’s Day. . .perhaps one of our best. . .we were pleased to be recovering nice ly from a recent illness and then came our usual Mother’s Day Card from our ‘pride and joy’, BILL HARVEY. . .this year the card was just about the nicest ever and the en closed check was most ap preciated. . Thanks Son. . . Pretty cards from other sec tions of the country and right here in Jackson, let us know that we had been remember ed by other young people whom we have befriended during the years. . .and to our ‘secret pal’ who sent a lovely gift, we say a Big Thank You. . . .Belated, but none the less greatly enjoyed, was the card and telephone call for our other family. . . the NATHANIEL BRISCOES out Los Angeles way. . Talked to all three, Nat, Jan and Valarie. . .was overjoyed that they had moved into their own home. . . .mignty proud of our young brother-in-law, who in less than two years in the big city has begun buying a home for his family. . . AT THE CLOSE of Mother’s Day, 1963, we think most Loans Arranged On Your Signature Furniture, Real Estate or Automobile DIAL FL 3-3439 17 S. State — Jackson ■iftfei; &.**'*' -i? t- V'"' & # idSte*. mothers felt as we did. . . . our REWARD, if we would desire one, would not be some material thing. . .but the JOY and Pleasure of having reared a grateful family. . .boys and girls who will be a CREDIT TO SOCIETY . . . not boys and girls who are necessarily PROMINENT CITIZENS. . . but who are just PLAIN, GOOD, DESIRABLE, CHRIS TIAN CITIZENS. DEEP SYMPATHY is ex tended to the families of the late, Mrs. LENA FAGAN, East Davis Street, for whom funeral services were held at Central Methodist, Thursday of this week; Mrs. ALETHA BROWN, mother of YMCA Secretary, Grethal Chambers, for whom funeral services will be held Saturday, May 18, in the Morning Star Bap tist Church. . .with a Wake Friday night in People’ Chap el; Mrs. Lloyd, wife of Rev. Lloyd, pastor of Lloyd’s Chap el. . . We pray that Time will soon erase the great sorrow caused by the death of these loved ones. . . FOLLOWING CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, in comp any with friend, LULA BEL LE (Fashion Center) FORTE we attended the Meeting at the Masonic Temple. . .but because of the necessity to put in an apperance where we had previously committed our selves, we were unable to stay to near tne address Dy Clar ence Mitchell—regret this, be cause we always like to hear this outstanding speaker. . . We then attended the MOTH ER-DAUGHTER TEA, given by the Methodist Youth Fel lowship of our church and then on to a tasty dinner at our favorite Food Emporium . . STEVENS KITCHEN. . . Later in the evening we were visited briefly by our Elk sis ters from over Vicksburg way . . Dtrs. Gertrude Carrington and Rosalie Hopkins. . . .ac companied by our Iota sister, Hattie Dyson. . .To climax a busy and enjoyable day we dropped in for a short visit with another Iota sister, ELIZ ABETH BUCHANAN THEME here for the week visiting her sister, Althea (Boots Flower Shop) Thompson. . .‘Liz’ brought greetings from daugh ter, “Boots’ and ‘papa’ M- 1 Sgt. Thames. . .The Thames now make their home on, JjtfV! Air Force Base near P||isa cola, Fla. m WE URGE, reporter^ pres idents or secretaries of ALL ORGANIZATIONS. . . .Fra ternal, Greek, Social, Civic, Religious. . .to send to Sarah M. Harvey, 110 E. Monument Street. . .the Name of your Organization. . . List of Offi cers and their addresses. . . phone numbers too. . .This is necessary if you wish to get a better news coverage, eith er in the Mississippi Enter prise or the Negro Activity Page in the Jackson Daily News. . .Please put this in formation, either on a card or in a letter and mail at once to the above address. . . . THANKS. . . . “DRUMS OF DEATH”. . . class Play out at West Side School is scheduled for Mon day Night. May 20. . .On be half of friends out there. . . . Principal Beauchamp and Mrs. Mary Forte. . .we urge you to attend. . . COULD GO ON AND ON. . . but gotta stop. . .Remember ... A VOTELESS PEOPLE IS A HOPELESS PEOPLE. TAXI FL 2-4494 TWO-WAY RADIO Prompt — Efficient Service DOTTY CAB CO. 536 N. Parish Jackson Following their most successful Magnolia Beauty Trade Show, held recently at the Elks Auditorium, members of the Upper 100 Cosmeticians Club are shown here from left: Mesdames Theresa Smith, Carola Johnson, Florida Davis, Edna Davis, Lucy Newton, Jessie Richardson, Allyne French! Eloise Wingate, Mary Lou Wingate, Annie B. Simpson, Edna Singleton, Miss Rosa Shelby, Mrs. Ruth L. Simmons, Miss Wilmon Tynes, Mesdames Eloise Roy, Eloise Martin, Mirtes Gregory, founder and organizer; Lucille Shepherd, State In spector and Francis Gordon, Pianist. Commencement At C. M. & I. May 19-20 The closing activities for the 1962-63 term of CM&I College have been released as follows: baccalaureate sermon and com mencement exercises, May 19 and 20 respectively. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by Bishop A. J. Tor rey, presiding bishop of the South central diocese and pastor of Christ Temple Church on Lamar Street at 2:30 p.m. ’r The commencement speaker Monday night at 7 p.m. will be Mrs. Ada Lee Wilson, assistant professor of home economics at Jackson State College. Principal Frank Moore and fac ulty invited the public to attend both of these programs. Brandon News i Robert Williamson, Agent Fuaeral Services for the late Av. Henry Crawford were held d*y, May 14 at 2\ P.M , Rock Sfer Vt. B. | Church. ATTirfawford who i ; lived at 22J#* Lockport Road, Lockportylll., died Thyjrsday', May 9 m. the Hines hospital, Hines, jpi., followin^a linger ng iJJAiess. He was/born Sept. 7, IfljBO in Brandjhn and had fct*ed in the Illinois City for| 18 years. Prior to his illness he work ed at the Mastic Tile and the General Refractories in Joli et, 111. He was a veteran of World War 2. The deceased is mourned by two sons, Clif ford and Curtiss of Lockport; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford, Sr., of New Orleans, La.; three brothers, Rev. Robert Crawford of Joli et; Mr. George Crawford, Jr., Windson, Ohio and Mr. James Crawford of New Orleans; seven sisters: Mrs. Lizzie Wright and Mrs. Annie Mae Love, Brandon; Mrs. Eunice Martin, Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs. Pearl Kaywood, Miss Bertha Crawford and Miss Josephine Crawford, New Or leans; one aunt, Mrs. Mamie Lowe of Brandon; a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Interment was in Evergreen Cemetery. Peoples i Funeral Home, Inc., was in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barn ett visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kitchens of Star, Miss. Guorofnteed N. Y. L Maid Jobs >3;i week. Fare ad / vanced. Mallory Agency, 576 Merrick Rd., Lynbrook, New York. Mrs. Kitchen is Mrs. Barn ett’s sister and has been ill for sometime. She is now able to be up about the house, for which her many relatives and friends are grateful. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Marshell Morris and son, Butch. Mrs. Morris is also Mrs. Barnett’s sister. They later visited Mrs. Barnett’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ranee Benson of Route 3, Florence. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Tillis and daughter, Berda Dale were Sunday guests in the home of their son and daugh ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tillis. Mrs. M. L. Myers Teague of Chicago, 111., is spending sev eral weeks in the home of her mother, Mrs. Webbie Myers. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Luck ett, Mr. Banks, other relatives and friends were dinner guests on last Sunday in the home of Mrs. S e r f i n e Cannon. All present enjoyed the tasty meal prepared and served by Mrs. Dorothy L. Cannon. Of much interest to their friends is the announcement of the marriage of Mr. Willie Earl Purvis and Miss Dorothy Jean Dear on Saturday, May 11, the ceremony taking place in the home of the bride’ grandfather, Rev. S. L. Sann, 1735 Reddix Street, Jackson, Miss., Rev. E. D. Terry, of ficiating. Mr. Purvis is the son of Mrs. Oma Deli Purvis of Brandon. Mrs. Purvis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Da vis (Billy) Dear of Brandon. The young couple will make their home in Brandon. Chicago News By Mrs. Georgia Renager 1 DON’T MISS hearing Ther esa Joiner, Soprano, in recital at Martin Temple A. M. E. Zion Church, 7158 Indiana Avenue, Sunday, May 26, 5 P. M., Rev. R. Fisher, Minister. Victoria Smith, sponsor. . . PRAY FOR OUR SICK and Shut-Ins: Bishop O. W. McTn nis, Billings Hospital; Mr. L. D. Dennis, 1949 So. Spring field; Mr. Robert Genager, 549 E. 50th Street; Mr. John White, State Hospital; Mr. James Fields, Provident Hos pital; Mrs. Anabel Pleasant, 7238 S. Lowe. . . . HIGH ON THE list of en tertainments was the Sacred Concert, presented by the Young-Adult Choir of Progres sive Church of Christ, Sunday, April 28. Mr. Charles Kend rick is director of the choir, Mr. Jacob Haywood, Jr., Ac companist. Soloist were: Miss Diana Bradford, soprano; omuiuay, may 10, 1900 Miss Gwenda Majors, alto; Miss Gloria Spencer, alto; Mrs. Marilyn Leak, soprano. Also serving as accompanist was Mr. Herman Taylor. Bish op J. M. Haywood is pastor and E. Carney, Reporter. NOTICE TO SUPERINTENDENTS and B.T.U. PRESIDENTS I can deliver your Sunday School and B.T.U. Books and Supplies to you on time every quarter. I am an authoriz ed distributor of the Sunday School and B.T. U. Boards of the National Baptist Convention, Inc., located at Nashville, Tenn. Dr. C. R. Williams, Secretary and Dr. D. C. Washington, Executive Secretary. We make Ban ners with the name of your association, church Sunday School, B.T.U. lodges, usher badges, buttons, usher stars, arm bands, Mother and Dr. Watt badges and general church supplies. We appreciate your friendly cooper ation and may we have the opportunity of serving you? 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