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IHE WEEKLY ECHO
MEMBER NEGRO NATIONAL
PRESS ASSOCIATION
Published every Friday of each
• eek at 2508 5th Street, Meridian
Mississippi. Phone 3377
FRIDAY JANUARY 13 1933
Entered us second-class mattei
«oveniber 15, 1923 at the post offic«
,( Meridian, Mississippi under th<
■ ot f March 3, 1879.
1LBSCRIPTIONS (PAYABLE IN
ADVANCE)
7ne year -. .———
fix months
three months
Or
imgle copy - -——- '
Rev. R. L. Young, Editor and Busi
kiss Manager, Box 1043. Meridian
Cissiasippi.
W. C. Baity, Asst. Editor and Asst
Business Manager, 2508 5th Street
Meridian, Mississippi. Phone 3377
FORMER LOUISVILLE PASTOR'S
APPOINTMENT OPPOSED
White Church Organ Says C. M. E,
Assignment Surprises Membership
Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. (ANP) The
Southwestern Christian Advocate of
die current issue tells of the appoint
ment of Rev. I. Garland Penn., Jr., to
the pastorate of the Williams C M. E.
Temple at Shreveport, La. Penn was
formerly a minister of the Methodist
Episcopal church and for a time served
as a District Superintendent, but be
came involved in some trouble, said
to be financial in nature, and reports
are current also that he was involved
in other kinds of trouble, the nature of
which was not made known.
The publication in the Southwestern
Christian Advocate that Penn had been
assigned to the big Shreveport church
came as a great surprise to the mem
bers of the Methodist Episcopal church
, • 1 „ 4Via* Ponn was
as it icuouij * ^^ ---
first supended and quit while suspend
ed, while others claimed that he was
tried and found guilty and then ex
pelled from the ministry and member
ship of the Methodist Episcopal church
It has also been authentically es
tablished that there is great disappro
val to Penn's serving the C. M. E.
church in Shreveport on the part of
tht local membership of the Williams
Temple. One of the largest and most
prominent of the C. M. E. church in
the south. The appointment of Penn
to the Shreveport church was made,
it is said, by Bishop J. C. Martin, who
lives in Memphis. Some of the prom
inment ministers of the Louisiana An
nual Conference are said to greath
disapprove of Penn's appointment to
Shreveport, maintaining that it is high
ly unethical, un-Methodistic and tends
to place a premium upon a minister
who has done much against ahe C M
E. church for Penn is alleged to have
caused the C. M. E. church to lose one
of its finest edifices, the rreat Park
Avenue church in Chicago through
court legation which cost several
thousand dollars aside from the loss ol
the church property. Penn is said to
have served ahe Michigan avenue C
M. E. church for a while after joining
the C. M. E. church but soon resigned
or gave it up and went into politics
during the last campaign to make
speeches. That church, Michigan ave
nue, too has been lost to the denomina
tion, according to a statement in a cur
rent issue of The Christian Index, offi
cial organ of the church.
Not only does the Shreveport church
and the Louisiana Annual conference
disapprove of Bishop Martin’s assign
ment of Penn to the Shreveport church
but it is rumored throughout the de
nomination that there has been a storm
of protest to appointing Penn on the
part of the leaders, and some have ever
hinted that protests are so voluminous
that the matter maybe carried to the
College of Bishops of the C. M.
church for final adjudication. Not
within all the history of the C. M. E.
church, its is claimed has an appoint
ment brought forth such connection
wide disapproval and protest, and men
are now dubious whether loyalty and
straightforwardness in private life and
official administration will mean any
thing in the matter of determining ones
fitness for promotion in the industry
if such a practice is to prevail in that
denomination.
BROOKHAVEN NEWS
Mrs. Emma Williams is very ill. Hei
many friends wish for her a speedy
recovery.
Mr. 1 F. Baker and Miss Georgia
Smith w *rp united in holy matrimony
Sunday night January 1, 1933. Friends
wish for them much happiness. A
shower was given honoring the bride,
Friday January 6th.
,A party was given at the home of Miss
Latrell Sinclair Monday January 2nd.
Games and dancing were the features
of the evening. Everybody expressed
themselves as having spent an en
joyable evening) ,
Mrs. Blanche McDonald of Illionis is
now visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary
j McDaniel, Her many friends are
| wishing her a pleasant stay.
i ’ A party was given at the home- of
Mrs. Clinteen Williams Saturday Dec
ember 31st. Games and dancing were
. the feature of the evening.
SALADS
(By) Carrie Sue Butler
' Last week we talked of vegetable
j salads, this week I am giving a few rc
; cipes for salads made from eggs, fruits,
1 nuts and cheese.
j CHEESE AND CURRANT SALAD
Mash a cream cheese and mix with
j finely chopped lettuce. Shape tn balls,
j arrange on lettuce leaves, pour over.
French Dressing, and over all place I
I currants.
CHERRY SALAD
Wash cherries, and remove stones
| and stems. Fill cavities with nut
' meats. Arrange on a bed of crisp let
tuce leaves, and garnish with cherries
from which the stems have not been
removed. Serve with one cup of may
onnaise dressing to which has been ad
ded (just before time) one-third cup
heavy cream beaten until stiff.
FRUIT SALADS
Take a can of fruits for salads and j
pack in ice, let freeze, remove from can
and slice Place slices on crisp lettuce
leaves and granish with mayonnaise
dressing, chopped nuts or grated cheese.
Take a can of fruit salad and place
in geletm, when it has congealed place
the resired amount on lettuce leaves
and serve with mayonnaise.
Cut an equal amount of peachers,
pears, bananas, apples and pineapple
into small pieces mix well and place
on lettuce leaves, topwith mayonnaise.
MOQUIN SALAD
Arrange slices of pineapple on let
tuce leaves Take a cream cheese and
moisten with french dressln. Force
hrough a potato ricer over pineapple,
serve with french dressing.
PEAR SALAD
Wipe and pare the desired number
of pears, care being taken not 1° re_
move the stems. Cut cross wise, and
erve in original shape on lettuce
leaves, top with french or mayonnaise
dressing. ,
CHEESE AND APPLE SALAD
Wipe and pare apples and cut in
cubes or shape with vegetable cutter,
then marinate with french dressing.
Mash a cream cheese and add one tea- i
spoon each, salt and salad dressing and
one tablespoon chopped canned pim
ento. Shape into small balls and ar
range along with the apple balls on
lettuce leaves garnish with strips of
I pimiento, serve with salad dressing.
PEANUT SALAD
Shell, skin and chop one pint of pea
i nuts; there should be one cup of pea
nuts. Add one cup of celery, washed,
| scraped and cut in small pieces, chilled
j in ice water, drained and dried in a
! towel. Marinate with french dressing.
I Wipe peppers, cut in halves length
I wise, and remove seeds. Arrange on
a bed of lettuce leaves, fill with pre
pared mixture and garnish top of each
with three thin slices of radish over
j lapping one another.
FRUIT AND NUT SALAD
Remove skins and seeds from one
i half pound grapes. Add an equal mea
sure of english walnut meats, broken
in pieces. Marinate with a salad dress
ing, and arrange in nests of lettuce
leaves, Garnish with candied cherries
j cut in halves.
GINGER ALE SALAD
Soak two tablespoons granulated
gelatine in two tablespoons cold water
and dissolve in one-third cup boiling
water. Add cne cup ginger ale, one
fourth cup lemon juice and two table
spoons sugar. When mixture begins
to set fold in one-third cup of grapes,
skinned, one-third cup c elery, cut
crosswise, one-third cup chopped
apples, two tablespoons ginger, cut in
nieces, and four tablespoons shreeded
pineapple, Turn into mould, and chill.
Serve with mayonnaise.
CHEESE SALAD
Mix one-half cup of mayonnaise
dressing with one-half pound cheese
and add celery, salt and pepper to taste.
Serve on lettuce leaves after the mix
ture has been formed into small balls. I
Top with mayonnaise and garnish.
PROGRAM OF THE MINISTERS
AND DEACONS INSTITUTE TO BE
HELD AT SUN LIGHT BAPTIST
CHURCH, MERIDIAN, MISSISS
IPPI JANUARY 28-29 1933.
10:00-A. M. Prayer service conducted
by Bro. John Brown.
10:20-President quarterly address
10:40-Roll Call
ll:00-lntroductory sermon by Rev.
T. Kelley, alternate Rev. J. W.
Sharp.
Collection and adjourn.
FIRST DAY EVENING SESSION
1:30 P. M.-Prayer service conducted
by John Brown.
2:00-Reading minuts of last meeting
2:30-Discussicn Is ij the fear of pun
ishment or hope of reward that
make the Christian perseverance,
adjourn.
FIRST DAY NIGHT SESSION
Bro. A. Bryant
8 00-Doc final sermon by Rev. C. M.
Matthews, alternate Rev. L. A.
Wilson
SUNDAY MORNING SESSION
9:30 A. M.-S. S. mass meeting con
ducted by Bro. F. R. Reese
10:30-Welcome address
Il:00-Educational sermon by Rev. J.
T. Davis, alternate Rev. A. R.
Clayton
Collection and adjourn.
SUNDAY EVENING SESSION
7:00-Prayer service conducted by
Rev. T. H. Coates
2:30-Missionary sermon by Rev. C.
Rush, alternate Rev. A. S. Spann
3:30-Gran‘s allowance and adjourn.
All members are requested to come
with the New Year.
Dr. J. T. Flynn, Pres.
Mr. Brown, Sec’y
..
MODERN MATRONS ENTER
TAIN
The Modern Matrons Club enter
tained with their initial event at the
lovely and spacious home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. McCain, Monday evening
January 2nd, 1933. A New Year party
was given a large number of Matrons
•1 :.L »1 I I__1 i ..
were present. Various types of cards
games and dancing with radio music
was enjoyed.
A delicious repast was served. All
expressed themselves as having spent
a delightful evening. Especially did
the modern matrons appreciate this
courtesy shewn them by Mrs. McCain.
Mrs. Hattie Mae McClelland who
has been seriously ill for some time
shows slight improvement. She is the
popular teacher of the Mt. Olive pub
lic school. Her many friends and es
pecially students are anxious for her
an early recovery.
Mrs. G. E. Grace and baby Leora are
with the former sisters-in-law Mrs.
McClelland and Miss Pennie Grace.
Miss Grace had as a week-end guest
Miss Mollie Bailey.
Mrs. L. B. Jones, Rep.
An Installation program will be g’vcn
by the Pastor’s Aid Club of Mt. Zion
Baptist church, Sunday at 3:00 O’clock.
PROGRAM
Ten minutes song services-led by
Mrs. C. A. Coleman; Scripture read
ing-Miss Lucile Weidman; Invocation
Bro. F. Sican; Song-by Congregation;
Welcome address-Mrs. F. L. Gates;
Solo-Mrs. L. C. Ramsey; Paper-Mrs.
Bettie Brown; Selection-Sun Set quar
tett; Reading-Mrs. L. B. Clayton; Solo
Mrs. D, L. Bell; Selection-Golden Star
Jr., Solo-Mrs. Dandy Ruffin; Selection
St. John female quartett; Charge given
by Mr. J. W. Hill.
Tom Ramsey, Pres.
Simon Abney, Sec’y.
Mrs. Sallie Dunning is suffering from
a sprained foot. The accident occurred
at her home when she fell from her
door. We hope for her a speedy re
covery.
CARROLLTON, ALA.
We the members of Zion Temple
church wish to express how proud we
are of our new pastor, Rev. A. D. Har
per, ex-pastor of St. Peters A. M. E
Zion church, Meridian, Miss.
On the 27th of November Rev Har
per organized his church and preached
a wonderful sermon. The financial
part of the church is very good. On
the account of : 11 ness our pastor has
not been able to be with us, but the
members saw to it that the pastor’s
salary was raised and sent to him. j
On January 7th Rev. Harper held
his Board meeting, which was a wond
erful meeting three were added to the 1
church. Sister Lula Massey, chairman
of the Stewardess Board is doing a
great work, under her leadership the
members and friends had a pound
rally for the pastor which was very
much appreciated.'
Miss Tryphenia Dancy, Rep.'
STARTS TERM FOR KILUNG
OVER WHITE GIRL
Los Articles, Cal., Jan. 13th (ANP)
j Murder charges against Elmer Afner
and George W. Loga, Venice Negroes,
accused of slaying Allen Haller, Santa
I ~
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Give us your local news not later
than Wednesday Morning to Insure
Publication in the Same week.
THE WEEKLY ECHO
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Vour home town folks will be glad t
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of town agents. Send in your nano
to-day.
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$10.00
!? Tires Repaired in City Limit 50c §
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OUR CASH COAL PRICES
Ton %Ton
Montevallo Lump & Egg $8 00 $4.251
Brilliant Lump Sc Egg 7.50 4.00
Diamond X Lump & Egg 7.50 4.00
Red Ash Cahaba Lump Sc Egg 7.25 3.85
Red Ash Lump Washed nut 7.00 3.75
White Ash Lump & Egg .... 6.50 3.50
Carlxm Hill Egg Sc nut 6.25 3.35
Prime Washed nut _ 6.00 3.25
Coke 8.00 4.25
We give coupons on Radios
CARLETON-HAWKINS COAL CO.
1 A St. & 2fith Ave. Phone 97
j BEAL & STRAYHORN
Funeral Parlors
♦06 25 Averse
"Service Exceptional"
Modern ChaPel & Private Morgue
Prompt Ambulance Service
Henry Strayhorn, Mgr
Telephone 1680
Meridian, Mtea
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! MILLER
TRANSFER & STORAGE |
COMPANY
“Let Miller Move It”
Phone 185
SUUWlX'g.«. a;::a jlXSGtMJQiHiSSSflHIgBCSI
Monica, as a result of a quarrel over
a whit girl, were reduced to manslaugh
ter by Municipal Judge James H. Pope,
who ordered the defendants held for
trial under $20,000 bail each. Both
were convicted.
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JANUARY
CLEARANCE SALE
NOW IN PROGRESS
Buy, And Save
49 Silk and Wool Dresses
2.49
A lot of regular $5.00 Dresses formerly, reduced to $3.98 and now
I for a Clearance marked $2.49 just 49 of them. All smart this season
Dresses: some Silks some WooLs in the new weaves and colores;
smartly styled and varously trimmed. Wounderful Values at 2.49.
12.95 Wool Coats $6.
. ALL CHILDREN C0ATS-HALF-PR1CE
il 75c Silk Ho.,e |$1 Fabric Gloves I
49c 79c I
I AjLne^eer’ 3,1 silk Chiffon Hose i A i I
I P'cot-tops, French heelsl Fabric^n g?£UP WOmen’s fine I
I double loot, all wanted Now - New P ^ Kayser and others I
I colors, January Clearance ffle pr.M contrasting^color'^trjmnje,/^^' I
I BOYS WOOL SUITS I
HALF-PRICE I
Boys Pants $1.00f Men Sox 19c !
SS. '»• » |
MPMcTol »" SI
13 MENS $25.00 SUITS $12, I
N©w! A Startline I
JANUARY CLEARANCE I
SALE I
Fall and Winter II
Styles |
AT A GREAT SAVING FOR I
THRIFTY WOMEN II
$157 I
I Fomerly i j
IN EVERY WANTED ■ I
material and II
SEE OUR WINDOW $3 95 jj
ALEX LOEB, Inc/s 1
l ANUARY CLEARANCE SALE !
Kj J1
Now Going On!
It’s Store Wide
By Your Clothing Needs
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