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ms And Be On The Sate Side SOCIETY Surprise For Weir Teacher s. Frnestiiu' Shoemaker, Misses Floise Downing and rite Davidson linnored Mrs. Grace Robinson with a e miscellatlncous shower at the liome of Mr. and Rick Miller November 11. Kirs. ^ Robinson was. before her marriage. Miss Grace Pison, of Macon, Miss., and was a teacher in the Weir tv School. Recently she made her resignation to join her isband, Robert Robinson in Chicago. Among the guests who enjoyed the hospitality were: isses Marjorie Mays and Flora Hilliard, Mrs. Magnolia nrwood, Mrs. A. IS. Freeman, of Fupora, Mrs. J. A. Keller, rs. Alice Cummings. Mrs. Ellen Dotson, Mrs. Vera Mae ms, Mrs. Jessie Mae Thomas, Misses Helen Childress, In,a Zachary and Mary Turnipseed. The guests were entertained with games of cards and linese checkers, after which the evening was climaxed h a delectable serving of chicken salad, crackers, potato s, assorted cookies, and Coca-Colas. LABOR IS SHORT Ive Time By Getting Your Farm Tools In First Class Shape, BRING THEM TO US We make a specialty of horseshoeing, repairing farm tools and wagons, also dog irons and smoothing irons Gerald's Blacksmith Shop Yazoo City ROSS SIMS, Proprietor Calhoun Avenue MEN: FOR THE LATEST IN STYLES PLUS QUALITY COME TO Walker Tailroing Co. 109 Johnson St. Greenwood, Miss. We make them while you wait. Satisfaction Guaranteed Business Phone 9150—Residence Phone 235 COMPLIMENTS OF MISSISSIPPI BROKERAGE COMPANY GEORGE MOSES. p™p YAZOO CITY. MISS. 'These merchants and planters donated to the labor program advertisement in Inverness. Sunflower County, Miss. -0 MR. T. M. MITCHAM Furniture Dry Goods INVERNESS’ FRIENDLY STORK MR. C. E. CLARK Dry Goods Groceries “Once a Customer, Always a Customer at Clarks" ---—0-— MR. W. \Y. SPARKS J’ublic Transfer Operator Coal Yard “See Sparks and Stay W arm.' --0 TOLER’S SERVICE STATION Ca«s Washed and Greased—Tires Fixed Rest Service in Town -0 MR. FRANK BROOMFi ELI) Planter -o MR. V. H. PRATT Planter -0 MR. J. LIPNICK Dry Goods Merchant The Friendly, Courteous Store -Q— MR. J. R. SEWARD Store Cafe “Service with a Smile" -o Cafe i MR. A. J. DAVIS Night Spot < iperator While your leisure hours away at a place of good entertainment MR. \V. II. LAYNER Merchant “Trade with l.avncr and Save" -0 MR. W. M. DUNCAN i Merchant “Service Planter -0— MR. FRANK COR RICK A Merchant MR. DEWEY KINO -0 MR. RALPH MASH TURN Texaco I Jealer your car with Texaco— Highway 4 ---0 MR. ROBERT 15AIRD Planter MR. N. S. TOLAR Planter MR. FRED jON ICS Planter Physician MR. DOZIER LICSTICR Planter -0--• MR. WILT. PRICIC Planter -o MELTON BROTH ICRS Furniture—Dry < ioods — (iroceries “See Melton for Satisfaction." —-0 MR. J. L. CAMPBELL Planter -0 MR. J. C. BAKER Planter -0 MR. JACK MONTGOMFRY Planter -0 MR. C. S. SIMONS Planter —-—o MR. R. V. VANLAND1NCHAM Planter DR. S. D. NEWELL 3= I Mantel Surgeot :X-XX-X--X~X~X--X--X--X FOVCHE’S GROCERY NO. 2 Formerly G. W. Braxton’s Grocery £ X Another Store To Serve Your Grocery Needs ‘k I Choice Groceries, The Best Brands The Same Courteous Service We Appreciate Your Patronage. H. C. FOUCHE, Prop. Jefferson Street Yazoo City, Miss. .’.a .>4. X**X**X**X'»X*v.X"X**X**X,vv*X*,J"X Negro Beat Chairmen and Committees j For Sixth War Loan Drive Mr. F. M. Patty, Chairman. War Loan Drives. Mr. P. ('. W illiams. Director. Ileal 1-—Alma Johnson. Chairman, Anding, Miss.; (irant j Friley. sub-chairman, Satartia, Miss.; folinnv lackson. I'loute jl. Ilentoriia. Miss.; William Hell. Route 1, Tlo\ 55-A. lletitonia, i Mi-.; Robert Cowan, A minify, Miss.; Dan Cannon. Route 1. 1 \ alley, Miss.; James Henderson. Anding. Miss. Heat 2- Osborne Flam, Chairman, Route 2, Vaughan, | Miss.; < icorge Amerson, Route 1. llentonia. Miss.; Mvles Mc j Drew. Route 2, Vaughan. Miss,; T. M. Middleton, Route I. i Vaughan. Miss. Heat 5 J. J. Huddleston, Chairman. Yazoo ( its. Miss.; I Prof. X. D. 1 aylor, Calhoun Ave., Yazoo City. Miss.; T. j. j Huddleston. Jr., 'i ( itv, .Mws.; K. I licks, P. ( ). Rox t.lAS. Yazoo t ity. Miss.; I. F. Roots, Route 4, Yazoo Chv. (Miss.; Sam Davis. Route 4. Vvazmi Cite. Miss.; I doll louche, | Routed, llenton. Miss.; lim (iraham, Route 2. \ azno t itv Miss.; Jonathan llrooks, Route 1. Vazoo t 'it y . Mis-.; Rich lard Dill. Route 4, Yazoo ( itv. Miss.; R. T. Felton, Route 1.2, Yazoo C ity. Miss.; W alter tfollins. Route 2. Ro.x h4. V a 1 vah> City, M iss. i Heat 4 —I.uciotts Harris, Chairman. Route 1, Vaughan j __ A WIDE SELECTION OF Dresses, Shoes, Coat Suits, Hose, Lingerie Also Cosmetics Mens Sport Coats THE BLUE FRONT BARGAIN STORE Where You Get The Most For Your Money Bridge Street JOSIE HILL. Prop. Af'iss.; Anzo Smith, Route I. ) .den. Miss.; Sam Dreer, Route 1, \ auglian, Miss.; Woodic Johnson, I.den, Miss.; Sam Little* ton, Route 2, Benton, Miss. Beat 5—Simon Burnett, Chairman. P. t>. Box 75, Holly Bluff, Mi>>-.; Sew ilia Lindsey, Route "N azoo City. Mis: ; jesse Wool folk. Craig. Miss.; A. A. C heck. Route o. Box 12., Yazoo Citv. Miss.; John Campbell, Box 212. Holly Bluff, AJiss.; Doug Dobbins, Route 5, Box o.y, 'i azoo c tty. -Bis*. Signed: \ It. \\. J.indsey, County Chainnan for Negroes. i H. L. White Lumber Yard J Everything to Build Anything Ru-ber-oid Rooimg The Recollection of Quality Re mains Long After Price Is Forgotten O. F. TEKPLE, Mgr. PHONE 66S YAZOO CITY, MISS. I i I FREEDOM REIGNS The SUPERTONE FI rid line offers you the freedom of GOOD embalming: 1— It helps you get free drainage cn each and every case. 2— It has a tendency to free from f uid burns or discolorations, t cj ardles.'. of pressure employed. 3— You are free from worries as to whether the body will keep for 3 days or 30 days. Insist on our line of SUPERTONE embalming fluids for better results ,.nd thereby win the' approval of the critical public. The Inland Chemical Co. 1824 Park Avenue New * ork 29, N. Y.