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V'EEK KNT)IN’G SATfET'OAY, nECEMREI! 15. l!)|.5
BY “PETE• WILDER
r-/ :j\i L. li.t’.Kwn:
'!GL^!y^ JiO'iD MTiS
BY ANN n. MORGAN
15r, Roaor Arlmcr Tonne, profos-
.'•iJi 01 biology ill Shaw Univcrsily.
i.4l.v.iou aodii's'-os .I', the niorn-
-ii;'; .. -d ev nine >c.vico* Sunday nt
- V;.. Ui'. Young,
vvlio w... iiil nliiced by llie Rov.
• V 1! I.c’.fi. p.atoi. .^poke al tho
ii orvlcts on tfie subjoit.
' : mify in a Scientific Afic. '
At ni/ht she spoke on "Christ’s
.sj' -k.n« of • implications of
atomic energy, Jr. YonnR said,
V In :ti ren.n‘4' of .\ dozen or so
tttom.c bomb;-, thcrcll be no hiding
e d u n here. The problem
w.’ucii f-iccs the nation.; of thi world
■0 i- r.ut h. v.' to ItL’p the secret
of U'.c bi.mb r.ji- to offstt it.s power.;
.t i, how to further luiinan under-,
.•tir...:-.ps which will ir.ake use of]
i.'ibon.b unthinkuble," .she con
wlitre sessions will be held at 12:30
al wiilch lime the welcome addrc.s.s
will bo delivered by Pr. Robert P
1 j, p.esident of Shaw.
■ ■■ I ■ n; ,i iiif .. ..i.ii., of the
lonvcnt.on is the dLscuision of 1.
plans for organizing chapters in
(very community thrnughoul tho,
state and 2. for reaching the indi- :
viiaial citizen in tliL' .'•everal enm-
munitio.s. Th: Raleigh Citizems Com
mittee will play a prominent pail
in the meetings and residents of tho
city arc being invited to be present
RALKIOH — Tiic mimbm of t>.
n-il.i.-i -i : dic N.nion.;
Ji.aiitv Cni-i, . 1 a ■. Tii'-, i.
Amreican. iiileitaii'e with a fmn:;
inner aiai eancr .n tiic A,.
t;. ! t- ii-
w ill be Mil’
f ’. ‘iil! t-.am.ii 1' nf i’hiladi Iphi.i,
I’a... viiitcd relt'iiv f’ionii- in
Ii ‘ n y : VI', n' !y.
Walter Bryan Coat- =. -l-H club
^ y from Johnston County, hai
•• hoi'.rship ns
one* of four national wmii.it ia'.t..
Field Crops Contest.
The Din i
\U‘. H. i i:. 1
.Si A-n;:; Il.-sjulal.
• of F:. '
u! giie t
Mrs. Minerva (till of Balfimrre.
lid., .'•pent a very pleasant week
■>i Wiih h r sister. .\irs. J. W.
.. r. 818 East Martin Street.
Mrs, Alma Cathran Samples, for-
: mcriy of this cuy. but now cf Phil
adelphia. P.n., left the city last '
Week end after a most enoyable
stay with her g.-andson una 'daugh-
: ter-in-la\v. little Eiieene Calhron,
Jr., and Mrs. Mildred Cathran ol ’
422 Montague Street. ]
gun.s and nd i
Mad-im DiSii.i... J ....
dent in' m mimI d jj,...
Culltire ol Daih.i:-. . w.i. _
; ptakcr. .’.I ik'i i, y:,,. , ,
dent of .Sl.nk: ne..iit\, Coilc!!.-, R.
Kigli. v..ir. n;-!;. .-, i.r ccnmr.na
it wa.' til! iv: :■ . ci...,
that till* (’. Stale A' uviaii .n i
N.gro Bi..Id.cans vv.o
. R cl ig)i U;r y. .i;- Ml liliil).
,d.: to be 1
M.il. 1 (3.1
of !2.1l;.de T
• ni..ny fn-.
-I : H-r'-.it I.re Killy.
: • the bii ‘h ol a hat.v
( ill. Klla ( hri'-tine Kt ll.v. bo^n
.November 2H at St, A-; *■ ih
. r n Ci.
V.-. '. !-• . • die .ii-k h-i.
M.:-. U. C'.;i -on of 7 II. i; •
wiek Tc;'i.=(i' c.'IcD'.taid her bir '
day riCi’iiil. . She r\,i.ccl niai
• . :\.l I • Ml 1 than tin;'
, in at;.le.
l‘.i. 'I n.,-' i.-di.ii'-.e.l .
COnRl'CTION Pvt. 1-l'Aii.
1 i... i'! NOT maiie-d a- va- pjc-
vlou lyrtaud m l-a t -rnUuni’
- .. i.'i 11' h . /i tiiriu-d
In turn after ti-dir.:^ i.is parent
ei.d friends m the city
Mr, Britton Perry visited hi.5
' vr and sisters here for a few
..i; week. Mr, Perry was over-
■ vii’ for more than twenty four
monii’s. Ho is the son of Mrs. Mar-
con Perry and the late Mr. Arthur
Perry, Now Bern Avenue, Mr. Per
ry is married to the former Miss
Gladys Nesbitt of this city and they
make Now York City their home.
Mr. Owen Moore returned to civ-'
vies after four years and eight ,
months of army service. He was in ^
the ETO for twenty months anJ '
wears two battle stars. He i.s the ]
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Moore, j
1104 South Person Street. i
Annual Y. H. and Y. W. C. --
Chri.slmas Workshop service will
be held Suiulny oftern.:on al 4;30 at
fehfiw University in Greenleat Me
morial Chapel. An appiopriatc pro
gram has been prepared by stu
dents of the two organizations.
Tho Baptist Emphasis series which
was planned for Wednesday through
Friday of the post week was defer
red due to illness of Dr. S. L. Blan-
Ion. pastor of First Baptist Church.
Wilmington, who was .scheduled to
ficlivcr the addrciiscs.
. Prof. Richard Kingsbury of Hcrt-
l-ni. and principal al Windfall. Mr.
S. W. Privutt. Hertford, and Mr. J.
W ' Bill" Ligon, formerly of this
City but now of Newport News,
p fCd. through the city last Satur-
'■ ■ ■'.•■e to Durham for the
J . • b;,co Bowl Classic.
Two members of the coaching
flalf of Shaw University and two
Bthlct.c committee members attend
ed the annual meetings of the Col
ored Intercollegiate Athletic Asso
ciation held at Howard University,
Washington. D. C., Friday and Sat-
iirouy. Coach James E. Lytle, Jr.,
Assistant Coach James Stevenson,
Horace C. Perrin, committee chair
man, and Charles R. Eason, repre-
rented Shaw at the ClAA sessions.
Egt. Will am Moore returned to
1 0 ci y la^t week end after more
than three years In the armed ser
vice. Mr. Moore served as assistant
lo ih.- ch.'iplain. He is the son cf
and Mrs. John Moore, East Le-
i> r r et. He attended the Bowl
s n 0 in Durham, witn his bioincr.
'.p]-.n Miio.-e. Jr.
Master Sergeant Paul Miller pass- !
l.4 through the city last week end '
for a few minutes. He was on hi.'i
way to Fort Bra.gg, for separalinn '
papers. SergeiiiU Miller was an out-
stanciiig athlete, under Coach C. J..
Williams at WHS and was remem
bered for his outstanding work in
the IQS.") championship classic. He
was familiarly known ns "Goon”
W.li.who in t
the siioaki r.
was the rc;i.i(ivi..n’;-.
Ag». .-Mji r u i;. h .ip
glK-!s joii'C'i in fi..- an vvi-uiii- of
gala fun. 'lia- n'.".ii- -.v-s i ,i. i . .
by the pn; jdi.s.-* Night Hawks of Hn-
.'-.•(i hon>e nf 1 :
^li V*. Uisrviia rt.
An cl and Mr C-.Iii
IJ, iv.T. iiy.
3 Ea.sl I.enior Ft. Dial 2084)
.Mrs. Toole Wiih i’arl
Miss Mamie S Hicks visited Dur
ham last Momi.'v niijhi in an offi
cial capneilv. An .nte"v.«ling and,
informative sir ion w, : aapeipafed'
on nil sides.
In liu- ln;ll^ III' la-r thiidrc'n : n-i
fi M'-.s. H. \, T lok v.'.'s v. r\'
h:-; ;'i.-' .-^u: prL-;.'''. on Suluri;--.
rig.M, Dec-mil. ;■ !. wil.b a bui i-
rii .s ; Ki-aiuriry, a iiiiffot . " -
,1.-.*' iiivni';*. P.-iiJini' a’ i.'.
,punch bsiw! was hvi- S'lcnnd ua'i' a
ter. .M'-.-.. Ma-i-iP T. N-.'b!e,
MRS. ELAINE LEWIS
Mr. and Mrs. Lottie .’(no; return
ed to the city this week to mak'
it home. Ho has been a ci-izc-i
New York City for more than Ic.
Mr. Stanford Jones, 425 Smith
Street, continues ill at his h.;n-.e.
We hope for him a speedy recov
The Helping Hand Club of St.
Matthews AME Church met with
I’R president, Mi.ss Mamie S. Hicks.
c29 Smith Street. A very cnloya-
le evening was had bv all. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
O. D. Chavis, Mesdumes Daisy Tay
lor, McCay Foamer, Minnie L. Par-
tin, Eva Robinson. Ethel P. Kelly.
-Miss H. Harris and Lllile Na
dine Harris; Messrs. R. H. Adams. J.
W. HalloWay, W. A. Wilder and V
Among the out of towners at-
ending the state high school cham
pionship- Rwtball garde here last
week were the following: Mr. Sam
uel Charles Hinton. Mr. and Mrs
'tharles Costner, Jr., Mr. Chas.
Costvor, Sr., Mr. Robert L. Phillipr
Sgt. Eugene Wilson, all of Gastonia
Mr. Morris Wiggin.s returned t«
ivvies a'nln last wi,k after mor-
Hoiai-i- C. Pen in, committee chair
man. and Charles R. Eason, repre-
•Tit. d Shaw al the CIAA sessions.
igt Wiliam Moore returned to
' 0 Cl y in-t week er.d atier more
than three years In the armed ser
vice' Mr. Moore served as assistant
(o Ih chaplain. He is the son cf
;n-J .Mrs. John Mn«ire, East Le-
r et. Ho attended the Bowl
g r. in Durham. w;tn his bioin.r.
Moo c, Jr.
-^mong the out of towners at-
ending the state Mgh school cham-
nionship football gante here last
week were the following: Mr. Sam
uel Charles Hinton. Mr. and Mrs
"hnrles Costner, Jr.. Mr. Chas
Costvor. Sr., Mr. Robert L. Phjlllp'
'^gt. Eugene Wilson, all of Gastonia
ivvdps a’ nin last week after mor
‘ - .1 Gi. Icf
I. : .-.vintaK'-.s
ion 1 a ivantages of-
nt . r the G1 Bill of
ban tw’o years in the USN. He ha
ba'i''' «-iar. ?. i* mar-io-t t- •'
• :;j ... ur.nuni conven-'
N rth Carolina Progres-'
' w il c nverge in
.IV Dec mlior 15.
Mr. .Taeob Smith and Mr. W, r
Caldwell. Jr„ of Gastonia, accom
pr niod :he Highland Rams to tn:
•'ity for the ChiTpionship set-
They were loyal fans.
M'-'Sr.o. Arthur McQtiire, William
Wilor, James Pope, Ilasae Person
• nd Rob rt Grant wer;.' seen on the
ide lines of the Bowl Classic in
Hurham last Saturday.
Tho Cosmetologists Club met ai
the h'lmc of Mrs. Mildred Williams.
202 Idlewild Avenue last Wednes
day night. At the close of the meet
j’ng, a dcli ious repast awaited all,
I Ntrs. Robert Williams is president.
I Mrs. John MTritt is .se retary, Mrs.
Robert Tucker is treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Whitley of
t^mlth Street have returned to tho
city after two years. Mr. Whitley
Uvas with the. U. S. Navy in the
Pacific, while Mrs. Whitley wa.s
employed in some type of defense
j work in Los Aangel'’s. Cal. Mrs.
the oidur (iouphliT, Mr.;. Hall .-
IT. Hodrick. was in chai-gu r.f
ting the bufut. -Mr.s. Loui-i* Nunn
d til;' c'augiiier-: in th. ;
fringe ment. Mcmy lovely g’lf
ft;, prc'enterl by ‘he guests an I
ii pfls. T!ic foilnwing call.’-'i du'-
t .50 t \'i ning.
M.'id.’rnc-'; A;!.-’ Wliit--. Pi
f!( i:-.Jon. Salin: f'ca!- -
•f". (!. J:i: v.a:t. O. II.
H'li, It.-;. Ca- -• rmc Pvans, M-t i ■
‘’::iinH-t.s, ’Ll'.i ' Srr..all. .A"i i'-
Ct. t- n, Isabella Hodge, il. T. M
Naniiie Thi.jprn, Kat-
M, .tj. Fa n', Nan Cl.i k
’ '■ n Rrnd L- ui.: ■ N.int). an ? M.
•i: -Il H R.
CAPITAL CAB CO.
a* Korrs .^FHVTCz
J j>r- -
PAINT - PAINT
12 years ol eatUfsetion. All
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
Railroad Salvage Go.
Wti South Wilmington St.
•>- • 3
And what a meal it will be—
seasoned exactly xighl. and
every dish boasting a real
B & H CAFE
VVi: (.’Altltv A m.L LINE
Ot- !:i..\(.'rv and B.AKTlEK
I-'It: Fuf Price Lilts
c Khip A: ytvhtre
m.-;.: n 1 grand
iJcaiilv i'rodiK-ls Co.
Friday cr.d Saturday
' S.VGEBI SII HEROES”
■AVrST W NEVADA’
• II S. BLOUNT ST.
Payne's Business and
Sundr.-v and Monday
T'-ir MoliiDi's I’orm
'eiv JV, C. Cliaj.'ler
i.’ ’ niTON PIRCFT
Ki.ioki.Mi Iph. .Ni'u Viirk
■’IT’S A PLEASURE”
Tuesday and Wednesday
.\KE PLAUm SERENADE"
MRS. S. J. PAYNE. Manager
Member of the National
The North Carolina Stale
Board of Education
Complete Business Course
• ^ Ftcnotvpini,
® (Icnrr.-.l Ofice ProcGdure
# Mim- oaraphing
® Fpirializeri Courses
® Evening Clnr-ses
Write For Full Information
41G BLOODWORTH ST.
Raleigh, N. C.
BA^iGAIN DAY | I BLOODWORTH ST.
—Double Feature— i [ Ra.eigh, N. C. I
I . c«-ocvoovXbce>o«K»ooDCfi« ‘7«;i52ii?s3';?j?‘c?5?s?‘:?'7sa5a5ew
»a«iii 'Ti i I -
■ -* *.
' i -fe,
. -i.t CIO.''y
Whitley was formerly Miss Eunice
The other day while I was buy
ing my groceries 1 notiecd two
women standing at the bread
counter pinching each loaf one by
I commented on this to my gro
cer and asked him .if he would ex
plain it to me. He smiled and
said, ‘‘When store bread first came
into popularity many years ago,
bakers made every effort to de
liver it oven-fresh to local gro
ceries. But packing and distribution
, methods were slow, so very often
the bread became stale and hard—
and that’s where biead-pinching
came in . . . women looking for
fresh bread gave each loaf an ex
perimental pinch trying to find the
My renders should know that
**brcad-pinching’' i't definitely old-
fashioned. You sec, modern bak
ers use waxed paper for wrapping
each loaf. This automatically seals
in the freshness. Modem-minded
shoppers know that bread wrap.jiod
in waxed paper is always f/esh
I wish 1 could tell this to every
woman I see pinching a loaf.
i And another thing I’ve learned
iny.solf~aftcr that loaf is opened,
jit should bo carefully re-closcd in
‘the waxed paper to keep it fresh
i longer. Cereals and crackers, too,
Fk should be carefully rc-closed. The
Yinncr wrap of cereal and cracker
rtoxes is waxed paper. Afterasen’-
Ing, rc-ctosc the inner waxed paper
ftnincY Ya,,*!! On/I If ...III f\..
Mis.1 Laura Brown, beautician
who was shut in for a few days re
cently, ,s out again to the delight
of her many friends.
Mr. Eddie Lee of Lincoln Cab
Company, was in Durham last Sat
urday attending the Bowl Game.
The Raleigh Chapter of the Na
tional As.sociation of College Wom
en met with Mrs. Fred Washingto’i
Tuesday night, lOU South Person
Mr.«. E’.ainc Lewi-s of Winston- Thi'lrr.n Jo!
AKTilU:: DOVE. I'rpp.
Salem, won the title of ‘The Sr
dents' Favorit:’’ In .i r’lcnt eon-
tCit spoiif: icd by the si r.ir.r d ,
of the James E. Sl'i prrd S hool In*
Zebulon. Sen«rs w!; ; s-ponso i ri
Mr.'-. Le-.vis were; Cl ;;. : lli’h.
Major Hich. Eula Watson .nnd
Douglas Williams. Mi-i, Li'Wi.-: is
the fifth grade teacher at the
Miss Verna E. McIV.v.iinc rf
East SpJiicer. won the second
place award. Her .'Lnlor sp-in-
sors were: Jilin Dunn, Etta l.cach.
' ■F. • ' H T;.-.-! .r . .--n the
t:t!c of "The Mr.s* Poi.ul.ir Tc-.-ch-
' I- i . I •• Spon-
.^ored by the . im.c c? . .
Otl;'*r conl.'tur.T-. wci'c Miss A.
O. Dunsloti and Mrs. F. B. Tay-
l''!*. T1 r-'r «T>->1 :or. .Ichn
P. '-.nr, .Ii.iin '.’.-hufi 1.:. Lucy W: t-
vnn :in.1 WUlie 11. Ru’tv
Ti •if. n' lnve.^ I!:>rrlp. and La-hifl
Til" cl'.'s f-.'vl.-rr i- ?.'iss Wil-
) ‘mnir. .A. Will ..n’.-; (f Rnloigh.
Rt nlei Fi>;-
nn.'l IiiMallcd on Cominl f
'[ A Sons 3.1 M.W Lips . . .
Murder cn Her !
129 E. C.ADARRl’S ST.
“Litdv Oil A Train’'
Ralph Bi‘ll.ii.:y - D.'in Duryea
civvies recently after more than
twenty five months .verfc.as. He
was in the ETO. Ho is the fon of
Mr. Henry Wilder, Sr,, illi Mark
INr-.NTK rURNEI) l ATALLY IN
I 01.3I HOUSE r.L.Azr:
The Raleigh-Wake County Negro
Boy Scout Divisional Committee
met at the USO Tuesday night at 7
o’clock. Mr. W. L. Greene presided.
The Cub pack 100 met ai. the
Gj;ace Chapel AME Z?on Ciiurch
last Friday night. A most interesting
meeting was held. Rev. Mr. John
Rcdfern is In charge of the pack, it
Little Eugene Cathrou, Jr., was
rushed to St. Agnes Hospital on ac
count of some peculiarly acute ail
ment. He was promptly relieved
and is much improved. He is tho
infant son of Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene
Cathrou, 422 Montague Street.
Miss Rosa Pender, Walstanhurg. a
recent gi-aduolc of Slark'i Beauty
College is spending i.me time with
Mrs. Alary Lowe, 413 AIoni:.«uu St.
Ta-o yourr chilr.'-n were viv:im. of
:i I! lye i-'Zt ! n friir.i house e-n
');•• 1.:l ■!'ii-ii-.-‘i- f-.-ni i.i'-;i- Ofci'oia
I i^t v.-'( k v.hil.- their p.ironts pick
ed coitini in a iv Ji-by Xicld.
Mr. James R. "Skink" Browning
came to tow-n Inst Saturday niunt
for hi. occasional ci.iyizcmciu :.t
tho Coloundc. As ii.'u:il, he v-. . the
life of the party. Ho Li'i nTm-.idir.’..c-
ly for Roxbor -.
The cl.ildren. a six-month ol'i
baby and a foiir-ye;ir-t Id girl, were
rnerr l;c Iof the Jc.-.'-o 'Villiams and
Clcvelurfl Sirickknid families.
Messrs W. H. I’t-nc-e, GUie Crump,
and L. T. Lightncr jlier-.dod tlio
Durham Slato-Va. SCitc fo'-tball
game in Durham last Saturcl..y.
Mrs. Louise Wtilkcr «■! this City,
returned h/mo recently after a
trip to Tuskrgre Institute, Ala. Sht
reports u most inlcreiling slay.
lining. You’ll find it will keep the
last serving fresh and tasty, lean
tell you frankly that from my per-
^nnl experience, bread is on my
list of things that must be bought
wrapped in waxed paper — and
kept wrapped in waxed pajicr.
Mrs. Sadie Lucas Hicks has re
turned to the city after sojourning
to Florida. She is the wife of Sgt.
I Virgil Hicks. Jr„ an the daugthcr
of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Lucas.
S. Sgt. Lorrenzo Duvls. formerly
of this city, but r.ov/ making hin
home in Chicago, ill., wa'; in the
city recently visiting relalivf.-J and
friends. He has rc-cnli.stod .’n ll:e
ser\-iccs after more than four year''
of service. Ho is toe wearer of the
Silver Star and Is the son of Airs.
Irene Davis, 52o South H:iywond
Street. He reports 11 Chicago to be
gin his second enlistment soon.
The Ex • Ser\’iceman’s Sunday
School class at Manley Street Chris
tian Church urges all ex-service
men to attend each Sunday morning
at '9:80 a. m. Service men will be
Prof. Robert Smith of Jnhn.'son
City, S. C., was in the city last week
end to view the high school ch;ssic
here. He was ccnlor on the great
high schol club of 1927-30. under
C'- ?h W. T. Armstrong. While at
S. c State College he made All-
Mr, Henry Wilder returned to?Southern tackle.
Casli ar.J Carry
325 S. Bloodv/orth St.
= i \\El)-T‘F R-rRl-S\T
Spend A Pleasant Eveninf'l
• DINING and
We Serve Pit Cooked
From Dui ham
CURTIS P. ROBERTSON
SUU. and MON.
PRIZE PICTURE OF TKF. YEAR
DEC. IS and 17
“THE VALLEY OF OECiSiON”
* c::r.K c -\rsox ;m;i i -nri^ouY ri*:cK
With • I'onakl Crist), Lone! Iiairymuro, rreston Foster.
Miii-ilm Ilunf. Ghuly.5 Cooner. Ue.fi!iaH Owen, Dan
Duryen. Jessica Tand.v, Barbara Everest.
‘CHURCH KITTEN” Cartoon
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 - 20
“SEE MY LAWYER” '■
Come in and SEE IT i
NOW ON DISPLAY
Follow th© crowds lo our showroom and see the finest Ford
ever built—the NEW 1946 Ford. It's ready for your inspection.
Sanders Motor Co,
BLOUNT and DAVIE STS., RALEICH
Starrinp:—OliiKX & JOHNSON
—Grace McDonald, Alan Curtis, Noah Berry, Jr.
Franklin Panglmrn, Loe t’atnek, Edward S. Broph.v
...And the S’low World’s Top Song and Dance Stars!..
YV’ETTE — C.ABMEN AMAYA and Her Company
KING COLE TRIO—Swinj; Kings of Record and Radio
Oddity “ONE MAN NEWSPAPER"
Cnrtoon “Neallcss Fly Dog” NEWS
Episede 14 “SHADOWS OF CHINATOWN”
FRI. and SAT. (Double Feature) DEC. 21-22
CARY GRANT and JOHN GARFIELD
iiT\ nr^i 99
With—Dane Clark, RobciT Hutton, Warner Anderson
Alan Hale; John liidjrlcy, William Prince
“Beneath Western Skies
St.iiTing—Bob LlGlNGSTON and Smiley EUKNETTE
With—Effie Bail’d and Joe Strauch, Jr.
Last Chr-r'er of “JUNGLE QUEEN”