The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 10
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10 Sunday, May 30, Delta Dcmocrnl-T'mcs New Teen Club Swings Into Existence As Hdlandale Teen-Agers Plan Supper By JOHN GUILDS IHOLLANDALE -- The Teen Club officially got under way here this week with an Italian supper at its new home, the VFW headquarters. And the club has a full slate of summer activity on the planning board. Organization of llie 75-mem- bcr club began about two months ago and included a visit to Greenville by Ilollandale Icens and a MoHamlale High School assembly program featuring Sally Daskin, Hank Burdine and Bill Young ol Greenville Teen Club. the WITH the help of lire Junior Woman's Club, (he Hoilandale teenagers began final preparation.'! for Ihe organization of Ihoir own club, The Jr. Woman's Club is expected to withdraw from (he project as the club becomes independent and self- sustaining. Members of the newly formed organization have elected a temporary slale of officers in- The Greenviile Buick-Cadillac- Ponliac Co. is proud to announce {hat W. D. Ferriss has joined their sales staff. Mr. Ferriss has lived in the Delta his entire life and asks his many friends and acquaintances to contact him before buying a new car, saying, "Greenville Buick-Cadillac-Pon-l tiac Co. has given me terrific! selling prices on all new cars to help me get 'kicked off" in this] business. We have a fabulous! stock of all three makes of cars j-eady for immediate delivery. I can save you money on a new BUICK, CADILLAC. OR PONTIAC. Make me prove it by contacting me at the Greenville Buick-Carlillac-Pontiac Co., downtown Greenville, 332-5433. -Adv.-- The Last Letter Rudy Jackson staples the last letter on the Teen Club bulletin board at the VFW headquarters in Hollandale. The VFW is sharing its facilities with the new club. Assisting Rudy is Teen Cluh member Cathryn Weathers, one of 75 members of the club. (Slaff Photo) SAVE "i '0 'On Finest Quality Paint . . . TRIPLE'' COVER ^^f^. WONDER-TONES HOUSE PAINT «ttggaa VINYI f.ATEX 5,29 4 - 93 lisL7.2a.ga]. While A ««f*n ·'mlW^ onr, i*lf Ftonfng.. OtfMf blanch In 4 VIO7 t«lt list 6.60 gal. AmirtCB'i nvmbu on* Into*]*) wall palnl. Ecirv la ut«. dj!«* 30 mlnulei Soubbablcl GOYER PAINT HARDWARE Ol»n 7.39 -- S-10 Sol. cloud ol 12:30 Jn Goy*f Supply TALI, GRASS CHICAGO (UPI)-The Mid- eluding Perry Jenkins as president, Suzanne Peyton, secretary, Sarah Kcllum, vice president, and Rudy Jackson, treasurer. Mrs. Kenneth Walcoll ol Ihe Junior Woman's Club currenlly 'scrves as advisor to the j Her role is expected to lie in Ihe nenr future by an advis- lory group and a steering committee. The club received a big boost when the Hollandale post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars offcr- .cd to share their spacious headquarters with the club. Consequently, the club now has a home equipped with everything from cooking facilities to air- conditioning. TEEN Cluliers plan to add a teen-age touch with new curtains and a few other decorative additions to the headquarters. The club will probably be open two weekdays ami one night each weekend, Mrs. Wul- cotl said. "But that and a lot nl other details remain to be work- Jed out," she added noting that "this is just the beginning of a project which could prove one of the lies! Ihings t h a t ever happened to teenagers in Hollundale." Although the club is new. it already has 75 members, representing a good-sued portion of the HHS student Ixxly. Among the members are the school's most active and popular student lenders. Mrs. Walcott pointed out that "Greenville made all the difference in the world" in the organization of the Holtandale Teen Club. She pointed out that the idea of a Hollandale club grew out of visits by HHS students to Greenville. Parenls and community leaders have given virtually all of the credit for establishment of the Teen Club to the students Pike Judge Invokes Revoked Sentence | MCCOMU, Miss. (UPI) -- A Watkins suspended the serv Pike County circuit judge hastences with a stipulation that revoked a suspended six rnonlhs|any further misconduct would ijail term given one of 10 while evoke the suspension. en on charges of racial violence here last year, it was re- ealcd Friday. . Duncan was accused of using 'vulgar, indecent, obscene, hrcalening or insulting Ian- Murphy J. Duncan, 44, began guage over the telephone" in serving his jail sentence May 14 after he pleaded guilty before Judge W. H. Walkins Jr. of violating his probation. conversation last month the wife of an FBI agent, Rccsie Timmons. with Mrs. DUNCAN, former manager of a local auto parts store, was rested wilh 10 other men last fall on charges of "conspiracy to use explosives illegally." He and nine ol Ihe men arrested in connection wilh a wave of racial bombings in the area Ipleaded no contest to the charg- ·es. He also was accused of using illegal language in a telephone conversation with an executive of the f i r m for which he worked prior to his arrest. New Teen Club Home The Teen Club's home at the VFW headquarters is equipped with full facilities including (his counter. Air-conditioned, the VFW headquarters an ideal linmc for the newly organized club and its members, including Tommy K r i l h (alinve). cooking and serving is expected to make Becky Jackson and (Staff Photo) west may be short on redwood trees but prairie folks soon will have vast stands of Iheir own traditional t a l l stuff on display. Seymour Simon, president of the Cook County Board, announced Friday he plans \a themselves. "They've worked hard on this project from the beginning," one community leader noted. * * * MRS. Hazel Stuart, advisor 10 the Greenville Teen Club, has been lavish in Jier.-.praise for the Hollandale youths and their r RENT A PIANO S7.S3 FROM HEWITT - SILK PIANO COMPANY INC. 237 Walhinalan Av*. rtwr.. ED 2-2451 Wrangler wraps up the go set 5mar[ as a button-arid it shows all the way down its perfect front! Here's the shlfuhat'si really geared for goiij^ places..,and taking you there beautifully, red, white or ' blue. In crisp, care-free cfjtlon duck, ', Sizes a .to 18 grow grass up to six- feet highlorgunization. "They're good,, on several thousand acres of responsible teenagers.-, and forest preserve land to "bring Box Storage 50 Lbs. Box CLOTHES Plus 20% Discount on DRY CLEANING 'vc gone a long way 1 toward t h e ' establishment of ah outsland- DRY CLEANING SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 3 BIG DAYS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 5 K. I R I S TROUSERS SWEATERS Or Any Combination Teen Club in Hollandale," she noted. , Mrs. Sluart lias met on several occasions with members of (he Hollundale Junior Woman's Club, which has played a significant role in the formation of the club. The club is now making plans for summer activities including recreational and civic projects. It hns already held an Italian supper and was scheduled to cooperate Saturday with the VFW in its annual buddy poppy sale, CABBAGE FLOWERS FLEET. England (UPI) Bill Bollon purchased pansy. French mari- stocks and antirhinums seeds to plant in tlw flower garden around his new home here. Unfortunately the seed: what they were sup- be--and Bill now I cabbages to give away. An Italian Supper ' Pat Dunaway and Jeff Bague sit at one of many tables topped with red-checkered tablecloths prior (o an ffalian . supper which kicked off Teen Club activities for the summer. The supper was one of the first real projects undertaken by the newly-organized club. (Staff Photo) Negroes Lead In Executions WASHINGTON (UPD-A fed- fourth with 291 and North Car- eral report disclosed Saturday that jolina fifth wilh 263. ·e than half the persons put ,, .. ._ death legally in the United] SU " CS ,, j^'' n ° Stales during Ihe past 35 years TM re aine ' lave been Negroes. Although only about TOpulaliuTi, Negroes make tip Michigan, ta, NortSi no executions Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Minneso- Dakota, Alaska and Hawaii. These eight Prisons said they. comprised 53.6 per cent of the prisoners executed by civil au- horilies from 1930 through s t a t e s n forbid- report by the ding the death penalty by Ore- per cent of theiwere recently joined .gon, Iowa and West Virginia. The report listed 3,549 execu- tions--2.0S1 N e g r o e s , 1.7!3 white persons and 42 of o'.her FfOITI Th*a ' n6 Ronnie McCaskill, the son o] r- and Mrs. C. P. McCaskill was awarded the Hugh W. Rob- e r l s o n Athletic Modal at Ihe an- in We've Slashed Prices on Odd MATTRESSES and BOX SPRINGS for Quick Clearance! Twin or Full! All First Quality Buys! Come Early for Best Choice! YOUR CHOICE YOUR CHOICE YOUR CHOICE REG. VALUES UP TO $59.95! Q U A N T I T I E S A R E L I M I T E D ! Negroes and whiles died about equal numbers for murder, but 407 Negroes, compared I nual Awards Assembly at with 48 whiles, were executed: Hcndrix College in Conway. for rape. Ark. This award, offered since Nearly two out of every five 1M!) by Rohcrlsnn, is awarded iprisnners executed were Me- lo Ihe best all - around athlete, groes put to death by Southern states. The l i e r a t e states executed 1,4*4 jgroe.5 ami accounting persons, than 51 of the nation's execu- ions. Georgia led Ihe nation in tool executions wilh 3GB. New i;York was seconti wilh 320, Tex- MeCaskill is majoring in Phy- former Confcd- sical Education and will receive his B. A. degree from Hcndrix on May 30. He is a four-year momlxT of the Track Team, and he is a member of the IT. (Club, lie was a member of both the Profile staff and lle Troubadour s t a f f . He served as Corridor representative of his dor- SOME F I N E FEATURES THAT ARE "EXTRA" · MUITIPIE LAYERS Of FEITED COTTON · SOME BUTTON-TUFTED, SOMJ SMOOTH-TO?, SOYS OUIUEO-TC)P · AIR VENTS FOR FRESHNESS BUILT FOE YEARS AND YIAJU OP SERVICE "See These In Our Spacious Show Windows" HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY 733 Hwy 82, East Phone 2-1505 lias third wilh 1VI. California mitory, Martin Hall, last year. ·^^···^·I^BHI^HiHH^KHBi I^^^BHHI^^^^H^mHHIi^^B^^Bi^^H^^^HH HERE AGAIN BY POPULAR DEMAND RIDE-O-RAMA JAMBOREE OF ... RIDES! ABRAHAM SHOPPING CENTER Behind Safeway Store -- Hiway 1 82 E, OPEN DAILY AND NIGHTS STARTS MONDAY, MAY 24 GET YOUR RIDE DISCOUNT TICKETS FROM YOUR FAVORITE MERCHANT COME ONE COME ALL RIDES - RIDES - RIDES !! 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