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T. M. C. A. NEWS
The 1957 membership drive of
the McCrorey Branch of the Y. M.
C. A. will be kicked-off on A
prll 1, according to the 21st. Cen- j
tury Club of this branch. The Cen
tury Club is made up of men who
have raised or contributed more
than SIOO.OO during the previous
membership campaigns. The club
is expected to have at the dinner
Rt least 250 men who have taken
*IO.OO memberships. This will clear
tha way for the Grass Roots Drive
for new members and renewal of
This campaign is set for April
15 to May 15. This columnist learn
ed that there are fourteen teams of
canvassers ready to fake the fieid i
for new members. These men i
TWO BIG SHOWS IN ONE
5 HOURS OF EVENING ENTERTAINMENT -—— 5 HOURS OF EVENING ENTERTAINMENT
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j THURS. -11:00 A. M.-2:00 P. M.-8:00 P. M.
FRi. - 2:00 P. M.-7:15 P. M.-9:15 P. M. ™°“
OPEN AGAIN 6:30 P. M. To 11:30 P. M.
Featuring ■ f s7's Version Or
Food Preparation And
Home Appliances And Needs
15 Entertaining Groups
Thousand®. CM Dollars : In Prizes
Beautifully Decorated Booths
have their date* an A are ready and
willing to give you all information
of the Y. M. C A. Mr. E. C. Good
win is secretary for the Y. M C. A.
Out on Beatties Ford Road you
will find a beautiful building sur
rounded by welt-planned lawn and
shrubbery. This building has
made history. Doctors E. L. Rann.
Warren C. Williams, and Regin
ald A. Hawkins pooled their i
deas and built this new clinic. This
; writer congratulates These doctors.
SCOUT COMMITTEE SPONSORS
The Annual Bar-b-eue sponsored
by the joint scout committee of the
Oaklawn Community Center will
be held at the Center, 1222 Oak-
In won Avenue, on Saturday, A
pril 13th, from 10:30 A. M. to 8 P
M. Mr. George Suber. barbecue
specialist, will prepare the din
ners. Profits from the barbecue
will be used to help send boys and
girls to camp, and help build a
Scout Hut at Camp Oak. For more
information regarding the Bur-B-
Cue, call Oaklawn Center Ed 3-
MOORE’S SANCTUARY 'MI
The pastor and members of the
Moore’s Sanctuary Church havi
made a good start on having <
successful year. Rev. L C. Olarl
is doing a fine jot of pasturing
this great church. He is reorganiz
ing groups and leaders. Officers o
the church arc: The Steward board
Mr, Oscar Ridgaod, chairman; Ed
gar Torrence, secretary; Dante
Martin, Calvin Torrence, Henrj
Cooper. Jr. Samuel Sims. O. p
Black and Richard Bidrmod
The Trustee Board, Mr T. M
i Moore, chairman, S. L. Taylor
i secretary; J, A. Sifford, treasurer
I ! H. Seller, Charles ToneiiOt, Jr.,
n -John Torrence E McClain, Wil
liam Gabrial, S H. Taylor.
The Washington Heights Gar
a den Club met at the home of Mrs.
- Eva Wiley on Monday night Mrs.
i Wiley resides at 812 Druid Circle,
s Miss Ethel McCullough has re
i, turned home from the hospital and
- is reported to be improving. Mrs.
- G. E. McKiethian is reported to be
s very ill. She is in Mercy Hospital,
s. A Colored Rescue Mission is well
S on its way to being organized here.
Watch this column for announce
e Mrs. Creola Robinson, well-
II known throughout the state-, has
- charge of the dinning room at Ihe
,- McCrorey Branch Y. M. C. A.
The Alpha Gamma Chi Sorority
c will present, at the Northwest
i- Junior High School, a spring re
e view on Thursday ai 8 P. M. This
d special effort will be used in fur
a nishing funds to the Girl Scout
e and Boy Scout Camp
I- The Reverend S. V Wells, pas
i- tor of the Pleasant Hiil Baptist
i Church, along with his members
E were back on Radio Station WGIV
.e N. T. Neal of the Modern News
re Stand and his wife have moved in
a to their new home,
k Mrs Louise Miller, who resides
g in the Fairvicw Homes, has re
i- turned home from the hospital
if after going there for an operation,
n. Mr. Porter Connor, who resides
1- on Statesville Avenue, is one of 1 lie
el oldest members of the First Bap*
•v tist Church of which the Rever-
R. end J. B. Humphrey is pastor,
M: Gifs Fuller, who resides on j
vl. Canton Street has asked me to j
ir. meet his grandmother who is 100 ;
r; years old.
Mrs. Sarah Tucker, wiio resides
on 12th Street, is asking all ladies
who wish to join the Y. W. C. A.
to give her their membership
SECOND CALVARY BAPTIST j
Mr. Robert Simmon, superinten
dent, opened Sunday School at Se
cond Calvary Baptist Church at
9:45. There was a large attendance.
The morning worship began at 11:
with music being furnished by the
Men’s Chorus The powerful mes
sage was bruoght by a visiting min
ister, The Reverend Coleman W.
Kerry, Sr, His subject was “Throw
out your Trash”. This message
was enjoyed by all At 3 P. M. Sun
day afternoon the vocal choir, un
der the direction of Mr. G. W. Gil
liam, participated in services'"with
the Gastonia Singing Convention,
which was held at the Crowder
Creek Baptist Church. During the
evening worship hour, services
were rendered by the Greenville
Tabernacle A. M E. Zion Church.
The sermon was delivered by JRev.
M. R. Culbertson. His subject was
“Denying Yourself’. Pastor of the
host church is Reverend J. M Ken
Jaceb Thompson walking swift
ly on North McDowell Street.
Romeo Alexander, well-known
businessman, talking to one of his
employees on Statesville Avc. Ro
bert Clark, well-known chef cook,
boarding a city bus.
Dr. Robert Green leaving the
Good Samaritan Hospital Mrs. My
rtle Gore, "’ho resides on McCall
Street, talking to one of her
’ friends. Bruce Aiken, talking to
! ere of his parking customers on
! East Second Street. Miss Mary E
j vans, secretary to Dr. Edison
1 Blackman, walking along Tryon
| BY MRS. ALVIN WILLIAMS |
LOUISBURG Services at the |
Mitchell Chapel Baptist Church j
for March 24 began at 10:00 A.j
M. with the superintendent in
charge of Sunday School. Morn
ing service, followed with the
pastor, Rev. E L. Brodie, in
Street. Mr. Robert Fartlow. stand- j
ing in front of the Johnston Build
ing. Reverend James Wertz, pas
tor of the St. Paul Baptist Church,
getting in his car. Mrs. Annie Cole
man, boarding » bun at Baxter
and Queens Road. Jack Johnson of
Wallace Street, giving advice to his i
son. Thomas Wyehe, well-known!
lawyer, waiting for the green light!
on west 15th Street. Rufus McCul- j
lough of the Brooklyn Drug Store, ;
unlocking the door at his store, j
Joe Maxwell entering the Ameri- j
can Trust. Co. Eugene Rhoden, '■
swiftly walking up North Tryon j
Miss Percie Norman going into
the door at the Y. W. C. A,, where
she is a student. Mrs. Marjorie Bel
ton, YWCA Executive, getting in
her car. Mrs. Johnnie Ruth Press
ly calling to her daughter. Ann.
Walter Taylor, well-known barber,
going into his barber shop. Rev. A
J Brewer, talking to an uoideht:-
j tied minister at his service station.
• A’lan Gaines, standing in from of
1 Ihe Brooklyn Barber Shop discus*
■ sing a ball game. Kelly Alexander
i of the NAACP looking at his pic
) ture in last week’s Carolinian. Mr.
- Alexander was receiving a check
: j from a Mr. Carter for a lifetime
; i membership.
I charge. Music was furnished by
I t.he senior choir. A very inspiring j
j message was delivered from the'
i subject "Jesus A Seeker and A j
j Saver”. Holy Communion was ob-;
The Annual Training Institute,
| sponsored by the Haywood Bap
| tist Church and Mitchell Chapel
! Baptist Church was held at Mit-
I chell Chapel March 18-22. The
courses and their teachers were:
1. “The Church Officers and
Their Work” taught by Rev. E.
2. "Building A Standard Sun- i
day School” taught by Rev. O. H.
3. “Good Steward” taught by j
Mrs. M. A. Horne President of;
the Woman's Home and Foreign j
! Mission Convention.
; 4. “The New Ushers Manual”
| taught hy Mr. .1 L Strickland
5. “Story of Moses” taught by
j Mrs. Caroline Neal,
j The theme. “Preparation for
The inspirational speaker was
the Reverend T. E. Parker. Ji..
pastor of the First Baptist
Church. Oxford. Each night his
message was full and rich of in
spiration and information. On
Wednesday night, Mrs. M. A.
Horne gave an inspirational talk
on “How Big Is Your World?”
MR. W. F. BRANCH
’Funeral service for Mr. W. F.
• Branch were held at the Mitchell
" Chapel Baptist Church. March 25
• at 2 p. m. Rev. E. L. Brodie offt
-! dated. Mr. Branch was one of
;; the oldest members of ihe church.
• i His wife was buried February 24
i in the church cemetery.
F The Nationally Famous
An Annual Presentation Os The
Delia Sigma Theta Serority
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ONE NIGHT FRIDAY |
Shew Begins At 7:15-Bears Open At 6:30 P. M.
General Admission SI.OO
Food & Home Show
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. MARCH 30, 1957
A total of 45 sewing machines |
were,cleaned and adjusted by the j
63 club women who attended the !
; two special interest meetings held j
I Friday, March 15 Mrs. G. K i
I Greenlee, Subject Matter Special i
1 ist, conducted the demonstration !
land reported that these meetings I
| were among the best attended so j
far this year. Four of the ma
chines cleaned were over fifty j
years old, and after cleaning and
oiling, they sewed .just like a 1957
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i m $o so
lit iiiii’ii'ii'ii'iiii’hh“'F'ir 80 Proof. Also 100 Proof. Made
from Grain by L. Reisky & Cie.
Gockeysville. Md., U S A.
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Mr. Shelton Rodwell, a student
jat A. As T. College recently vi
sited his parents, Mr. and Mrs
11. T. Rodwell.
Miss Alberta Jean Jones a stu
dent at North Carolina College,
Durham, recently was the over
nighl guest ot her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. K. L. Jones.
Miss Margaret Williams reeent-
ly was the weekend guest of her
sister, Miss Marian L. Williams
at. Hampton Institute.
Mr. Johnnie Watson a student
j at. North Carolina College recently
was the truest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Jones.