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Vicksburg Enterprise
News .compiled : d published in the interest of Vicks
burg and Warren County Citizens.
111$ > St 636-7894
Mil Marion Cheeks—Circulation.. 1103 Fayette St.—636-6756
Mrs. Rosalie Hopkins—Editor
of News . 225 Locust St.
Roving Around
The Hill City
erans Hospital.
Pot Luck Supper will be
>eld at the Elk's Rest on the
3rd Monday night, following
the meeting of the Daughters.
Each Bill and Daughter can
bring one guest. Gaines will
in played after the supper.
Airs Tommy e Higgins, Dtr.
Enler, Mr. Thomas Money, Ex
alted Ruler.
ie io t.ie change in Street
A miners our new address is:
Rosalie D. Hopkins, 309
V I i./Mict Strop!
i yner Lord Post Auxiliary
m inbers are urged to be
pi t sent at the meeting Mon
da; October 14. Important
t usiness to be discussed. Mrs.
/narks Carrington, President.
/ion No. 1 M. B. Church,
Itev J. V. Miller, pastor. 9:30
Sunday School; 2: P. M.,
dot hers Board Meeting; 4: P.
i , Busy Bee Bible Class,
dan day: 7: P. M., Teachers
.di eting, Mrs. Mamie Burton,
resident; Tuesday, 5: P. M.,
Junior Choir rehearsal; Wed
nesday, 7: P. M., Prayer Meet
ing; Thursday, 6: P. M., Junior
seers, 7: P. M., Senior Ush
Fndav 7: P M . Senior
By Rosalie I). Hopkins
BUGS . . . Friday night they
won over Cleveland by a score
of 7-0. . . We wisi for them
a continuation of this winning
streak, especially when they
meet the Lanier Bulldogs
comes Friday night in Jack
son. . .
Thomas’s message was inspir
ing and expertly delivered. . .
We really learned about our
Christian life and its impor
tance to our everlasting en
durance . . . He used ‘salt’ as
a facsimile . . . Everyone pres
ent seemed to have enjoyed
the service very much. . .
SYMPATHY is extended to
the family of Mrs. Rebecca
Brown who passed away on
Monday.'... We pray that this
grief will soon pass
ATTEND the Church of
your Choice and PRAY FOR
Mrs. Alice E. Shields is re
covering from surgery at the
Mercy Hospital.
C hoir rehearsal.
On the 2nd Wednesdays in
-'ach month, Ladies Union
3 meets, Mrs. M. F. Flow
ers, president.
the Progressive Club will
i ie< t at the home of Mrs. Ruby
i) .Miller the 2nd Tuesday
night, all members are asked
to please be present at this im
portant meeting.
Missionary Society will
.e< Monday. October 14 at
P M n the home of Mrs.
Merinda Coleman. All mem
: are urged to be present.
V Tea will be given in the
Uazei Effington
' benefit the Progressive
Club. Sunday, October 13, 3:
P. M. until 6: All are asked
to come out and make this
Mrs. Maragret Jackson 01
Locust Street is re
from recent surgery
now ^ giving visitors
home " ' “se and other
sick, a speedy and
complete recovery
Mr. Samuel Griffin of 3rd
Norik is home and doing fine.
He was confined in the Vet
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tea a success.
Jackson Street Baptist
Church’s Young People are
having an Inspirational Pro
gram Sunday, October 13 at
11: A. M., with Bro. Darnell
Green as guest speaker. The
church’s annual Men’s Day
celebration will be held at 4:30
P. M. in the Church Auditor
ium. The speaker for this pro
gram will be Rev. E. E. Grem
mitt, pastor of Wesley Metho
dist Church. The public is
invited to both programs. Rev.
A. W. Wilson, pastor, Mrs. So
phia Reeves, Clerk.
The Etta O’UeUl library has
been a busy place since school
began, with both elementary and
high school students using the
library to do reference work in
connection with their school as
In addition, the library is also
serving a vast number of college
students who commute daily to
various near-by colleges.
Modern education does not limit
learning to textbooks alone. To
day’s students are required to
read a variety of books in order
to understand the world about
them, and in order to think clear
ly on vital issues. For this reason,
many students are calling upon
the public library to supply them
with supplementary reading on
a variety of subjects.
If you are a student seeking
information to meet your educa
tional needs outside your text
books, you are invited to visit
the Etta O’Neill Library. The
library is open from 12:30 p.m.
until 6:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday and from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
on Saturday to accomodate stu
dents doing reference work.
However, in order to get a full
share of the library’s many ser
vices, a library card is required.
Library cards are free, all that
is necessary to secure a card is
to fill out an application blank,
which requires only a few min
utes. Your library card is the
answer to all your information
Margaret Jones
Services Sunday
Funeral services for Margaret
Jones, 211*4 Magnolia Avenue,
will be held Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
from Shiloh Baptist Church with
the pastor, Rev. T. H. Turner, j
officiating. Burial will be in Ced
ar Grove Cemetery with Jeffer
son Funeral Home in charge.
Survivors are a son, Marshall ;
Rev. J. H. William, pastor
8:30 a.m.—Sunday School
9:30 a.m.—Worship
6:30 p.m.—Worship.
Grove St. M. B.
East Grove Street
Rev. W. C. Porter, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
Holly Grove M. B.
East Johnson Street
Rev. William L. Harris, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
11:00 a.m.—Worship
5:30 p.m.—BTU
7:00 p.m.—Holy Communion
King David No. 1 M. B.
Valley Street
Rev. G. C. Carr, pastor
5:00 a.m.—Worship
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
11:30 p.m.—Covenant
King David No. 2 M. B.
Bowmar Avenue
Rev. J. A. Miller, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
Mt. Carmel M. B.
Rev. W. L. Lassiter, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
li ou a.m.—worsmp
7:00 p.m.—Communion
Mt. Pilgrim M. B.
Lynn Street
Rev. T. H. Turner, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
11:30 a.m.—Busy Bee Club
2:00 p.m.—Finance drive
3:00 p.m.—Junior Choir Anniver
Mt. Zion No. 1 M. B.
Rev. J. A. Miller, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
10:45 a.m.—Worship
4:00 p.m.—Busy Bee Class
6:30 p.m.—Worship
Rock of Ages M. B.
Valley Street
Rev. E. S. Hicks, pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
St. Mary's Episcopal
First North and Main
Rev. R. M. Allen, in charge
7:00 a.m.—Holy Communion
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
Travelers Rest M. B.
Pearl Street
Rev. J. H. Williams, pastor
9 30 a m —Sunday School
11.00 a.m.—Covenant
Fun - Food - Refreshments
Cleon - Comfortable
Tourist Accomodations
Day or Night
"We May Doze - But
Never Close"
New Sunset Inn
Located one block of Sunset Drive
on the Sunset Strip
Catering to
Clubs - Private Parties
in our new
Tuck-Away Lounge
Your Host and Hostess
Willie Roundtree — Annie B. Simpson
Harris; a daughter, Willie Mae ^
Jones; her mother, Nancy Taylor; t]
two brothers, Eugene Smith and a
Leon Smith; four sisters, Lu
bertha Harris, Estelle Burns, Lil- a
lie Mae Harris and Willie Mae v
Cotton; two granddaughters, c
Carla Marie Jones and Sherry
Denise Jones.
A wake will be held at the fu
neral home tonight from 8:00 to
10:00 p.m.
Essora Rayford
Dies Of Illness
Essora Rayford, 509 Veto Street,
died Friday following a long ill- !
ness. She was a member of Cal- i
vary Baptist Church, of Mt. Al- ]
ban Union Society No. 8 and the
Knights and Daughters of Tabor.
Survivors are a son, Huey Ray- 1
ford of New York and a daughter, :
Beatrice Fitzgerald of San Diego, i
California and other relatives. ]
Funeral arrangements are in- i
complete with Jefferson Funeral i
Home in charge. i
__ __ 1
Moore Infant
Services Held
Baby Moore, infant son of L. C.
and Mary Louise Johnson, died 1
at a local hospital Friday. Besides (
is parents, he is survived by
iree brothers, Michael, Gary
nd Rickey.
Graveside services were held
t 10 a.m. in Beulah Cemetery
'ith Jefferson Funeral Home in
Albany Negro
Seeks Office
ALBANY, Ga.—Slater King,
icting president of the Albany
Movement, announced here on
Sept. 1, that he had qualified
is a candidate to run for
Mayor of this city in the Oct.
l5, election.
Mr. King, a Negro, stated
hat, "in spite of the* many in
stances of police brutality
igainst the tfegroes of Albany,
still have faith in this city
vhere I have lived all my life,
ind believe that there are
nany people who desire for
here to be a better and more
lumane city government.”
On July 23, 1962, Mrs. Slater
Cing, wife of the candidate,
vas kicked down and knocked
mconsdous while she was in
he seventh month of preg
lant. Her baby was still bom
»ne month later.
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