North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1957
BY HENRY v MITCHELL
GOLDSBORO W Smith.
1038-A Lincoln Dr. and Scout mas
tfr of troop 101, Negro Division
Tuscarora Council, has boon select
ed for jury duty and is expected
to serve during the April term of I
Wayne Superior Court.
Mr. William Cole, 421 W Elm i
Street, returned recently from the
Veterans hospital in Durham where
In' is bring treated for an eye nil
Mrs. Madessa F. Jones, 503 Al- '■
vin Street, continues to be quite ill I
at her home.
Mrs. Bcttie B. Smith of Dever- j
eaux Street, is reported improved
after suffering a stroke several |
Miss Clyde Williams senior at j
Winston-Salem State Teachers Col- |
lege, spent the weekend with her 1
mother. Mrs. Elouise H. Wii- I
Hams. 309 W. Elrn Street. Miss Wil- J
Hams last fall did her practice tea- j
ching here at School Street School, j
Theodore Bryant, son of Mrs j
Vera Bryant of 315 Olivia Lane, j
who finished his college work at i
Shaw University last month, has j
accepted employment with the :
North Carolina Mutual Life in- j
surance Company in Goldsboro as I
William Coley. formerly of ;
Goldsboro, now a resident of Phila- j
deiphia, was in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lockhart, 303 j
Dail St., spent the day Monday, in j
Durham visiting Mr. ana Mrs. i
Clarence Williams, former resi- j
dents of Goldsboro. The Lockharts i
were celebrating their thirteenth.
Rev. B. F. Johnson, a former
Goldsboro minister, and now pas
tor of the Metropolitan Baptist
Church in Newark, N.J., will con
duct a weeks’ revival at Mt. Cal
vary Baptist Church on Denmark
Street, beginning April Pth.. Rev.
Johnson pastured Mt. Calvary for
eleven years from the early thir
ties through the early forties.
The Dillard High School Alumni
Association met recently with the
president, Wm. Aldridge, presid
ing. The class of 1937 was host.
The group voted to sponsor a
“Miss Alumni" contest in which.the
winner will be crowned at. the A
lumni banquet in June. To qualify
p contestant must raise $2500 or
The Dillard High School student :
body was entertained by a newly- j
organized Girl Scout troop 31. re- ;
cently. Scripture lesson was read j
by Hattie Simmons followed by a i
prayer and chant led by Etta Ben
nett. Introductory remarks were
made by Mamie Isier. The history
of the Girl Scouts was given by
Faye Barnes. Barbara Howell led
the group in dramatizing the Girl
Scout laws. Registration Cards
were presented by Mrs. Dorothy
Hardy chairman of the Guidance
Committee at Dillard.
The new addition to the Leslie
Street. Community Center was
formally dedicated Sunday. A. B.
Reid, civic lead'er and president of
the Citizens Improvement League
made the dedicatory address.
Other dignitaries on program
were: Mayor Scott B, Berkeley;
H. V. Brown, chairman of the
board of Directors; W. P. Kemp,
.Tr,, chairman of the Recreation
Commission and W. M. Reinhardt
acting grand master of the Masonic
Lodge. Lee Thomas Dortch is dir
ector at the center.
Miss Carrie M. Flowers, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Flo
wers, is a 1956 honor graduate of
Dillard High School.
School Street School Parent and
Teachers Association held its re
gular meeting Sunday ftearnoon in
the school’s cafeteria with the pre
sident, Sam Dawson presiding. O
pen house was held.
Miss G. B. Hunter. Librarian for
the Negro elementary schools of
the city, was the principle speaker.
She spoke on ihe subject “How
can we Discuss School Pproblems",
a talk on how parents and Tea
chers can approach their problems
from the same angle through
round tables, work shops and con
The School’s Brownie troop gave
a program in commemoration of
ihe forty-fifth <4si anniversary of
the girl scout movement in A*
merlca. Mrs. E. O. Robinson, lead
er of the troop, urged the parent?
to support the girls who want to
go to camp. Camp Carver is avail
able this summer for girl scout
camping providing enough par
ents sign, said Mrs. Robinson. Miss
A E. Bunn's 7th grade class won
the attendance banner with 19 par -
Gloria Jean Dawson, granddau
ghter of Mrs. Sue Dawson. 20(5 At
lantic Ave„ celebrated her eighth
birthday with a parly. 27 of her
little* friends were present.
The Les Soeurs Social Club are
practicing for a play they are to
give later in the spring.
The Dillard High School basket-,
ball team was eliminated in the
State class AAA basketball tour
nament which was held in Dur
ham last week. They were beaten
by Atkin High of Winston Salem.
N. C. who incidentally won the
Stale championship bv beating Ra
Mrs. Hattie Moses. 207 Marion
Street, died at her home Sunday
March 10 after a long illness.
Funeral services were held from
Greenleaf Church of Christ with
the Hamilton Funeral Horne of
Goldsboro in charge of the arrange
She is survived by a son. Eddie
L. Moses of Washington, D. C. and
several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for John Bethea
of 217 W. Elm Street, were held
Wednesday, March 13, from the
'Hamilton Funeral Chapel. He was
survived by a good friend, Mrs.
Alrncfa Coley; one brother, Harry
Elberbe of Billion, S, C Burial
Was in Hooks Grove Cemetery in
Shelton Rosa and Evelyn Woo
ten, children of Mr. and Mrs
‘James E. Wooten, were burned, to
death recently at, their home. Fur.-
i’rel Services wx-e hid March 12.
jßuriei wan in Old Mil! Cemetery
John !!. Ellis of Hooks River.
Rd died at Wayne Memorial Hos
pital March 13. with the Hamilton
Funeral Home in charge of the
arrangements. Burial was in Rest
Haven Cemetery in Wilson.
Mis? Annie Mae Brow n, daughter
1 of Naomi Pearl Kornegay of Golds
boro. became the bride of Charles
Crews, son of Mrs. Pauline Ford of
Goldsboro, Saturday night at the
home of Rev. T H. Taylor, 603 Is
| ler St., who officiated.
Mr. H. V. Brown, principal at
Dillard High School, released the
j names of the students making the
.sixth month's honor roll.
They are as follows: Eighth
| grade: Verelene Best, Lorene
\ Lewis. Emma Jean Spence, Jo
li-'Ph Gaynor, Ruth Williams, and
1 William Paul Rich; ninth grade:
•Urncs Faison, Thomas Gill, Jo
| soph Lofton; Virginia Gerald, Mary
! Best. Evelyn Crockett, Edna Wil-
I 'ham Ear! Vinson, Bertie Jacobs,
| Linda Powell. Thelma Colay. Doris
1 Lane. Janie Daniels, Wilton Dur
' ham. tenth grade: Lula Har
j grove, Lizzie Phylaw. Donald
• Blue. Hazel Daphne -Jones. Ralph
i Williams. Dorothy Mae Lynn. Ma
' mie Isier. Hattje Lewis Barbara
Parks. Hattie Simmon? and Gloria
Smith; IPh grade: Pearlie Mae
J Heath. Ray Gavin, Ernestine’
| Flowers, Robert Paul Best, Estella
i Coley. Pauline Langston, Frank
j Whitfield, and Annie Lynn; 12th
j grade: V -neile Burkham, Joyce
j Simmons, Leslie Davis, Herbert
| Fzz-dl, Joe F. Bryant, Jacqueline
i Boscman, Marian Isier, Clifton
| Humphrey, Melba Holmes, Claude
Barnes, and Dollcme Raynor.
Lafayette Reid, Harold Burden.
Shirley Lane, and Clifton Hum
phrey represented the Dillard Dra
matic Department in the District
Festival at Fayetteville. The group
presented the play. “Night Scene",
and received an honor rating of
The Dillard C-lee Club announces
plans to serve as host to the Dis
trict Music Festival Friday, March
29th Choral groups throughout this
area are expected to participate.
; Selections will be judged by the
head of the Music Department of
North Carolina Coliege. The Festi
val will last throughout the school
J day. and a limited number of scats
I are available to citizens who con
! tact school office.
The Dillard Glee Club will go
: to Washington, D. C. immediately
i following the Easter recess.
Mr. Lennon Cox. 311 W. Elm St.,
is a patient at Wayne Memorial
Hospital. Others on the sick list
are: S. J. Cooke, 207 W Elm St.;
James “Tobe" Smith. 801 W. Elm
St.; Miss Ettfi Murphy, 111 W. Elm
St,; and Mrs. Elizabeth Whitley
on Kennon St.
Mrs. Fannie T. Newsome of Rich
Square, president of the North Car
olina Region of the National
Hampton Alumni Association is
the principal speaker at tie
Hampton Alumni Luncheon
whs held Sunday afternoon a;
Scott’s Case on N. William St. R.
C. Christian was luncheon program
chairman. L. L Thompson is pres
ident of the local group.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hamilton. 105
W. Elm St. have moved into their
new home in the fashionable Car
ver Heights Section.
A St. Patrick's Day Dance was
held Friday night at the USO cen
ter on S. Leslie St. for the benefit
of the personnel of Seymour John
Mrs. Mattie Daniels, P!9 Parker
Street is out and back on the job
following a recent illness.
A St. Patrick’s Day Tea was held
Sunday afternoon from 5 to 8 pm.
in the School Street School cafe
teria, The affair was sponsored by
the school’s faculty.
Heard on the program was a
group of teachers singing "My Wild
Irish Rose”, accompanied by Mrs.
L. J. Foster, instrumental solo by
Miss Henrietta Johnson and selec
tions from the seventh grade, ac
companied by Mrs. C. P. House.
Miss Jean Gaither of the Pike
ville Training School was guest ar
tist. She sang “Still is the Night.”
After the program, refreshments
were served by the following fa
culty members: Mrs. T. S. Bland,
Mrs. Bertha Perry. Mrs. E. W.
Wooten, Miss Sadie Grantham and
Mrs Sallie S. Simmons.
Mrs. Annie M. Newsome was
chairman of the program commit
tee. Mrs C. P. House was co-chair
Assisting with the service were
Mrs. Mattie T. Lincoln and Mrs.
O. L. Starke. The table was decor
ated with n lace table cloth with
a centerpiece of carnation and fern.
Serving was silver,
R„ C. Christian is principal of
Mr. Willie Hannah, 506 School
St., Is a patient at W’ayrie Memorial
Confirmation Services were held
Sunday afternoon at St. Andrews
Episcopal church on W. Spruce St.
Bishop Thomas Wright officiated.
Mrs. Vivian Lesesne, Mrs. Ruby
Silver and Miss Lila Stevens were
The Council on ‘Youth Affairs’’
met last week at the Leslie Street
Community Center with Mrs. D.
W, Hardy, dean of women at Dil
lard High School, presiding.
A panel discussion on the topic,
“Religious activities of tr.e youth
in ihe Church" was heard. Those
taking part were Rev. M. W. Mor
gan. Rev. S. O. Poucey, Rev, I, L.
Harrell, Rev. A. E. Hudson, Mrs.
Grace Reid. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown,
E. O. Robinson and Mrs. Mamie
The Council, organized by H. V,
Brown, has boon exploring ways
end means of elevating the sights
of youth in an effort to heip them
solve their problems. Outstanding
church arid civic leaders have ap
peared on the program, the council
meets each week to discuss va
rious phases of the problem. In
terested citizens are invited to at
Miss Dorothy Jordan a 1956 grad
uate of Dillard High School, is
among the twenty-one (21) fresh
men making the dean's list at Ben-
nett College, Greensboro.
Student faculty members and the
FTA of Dillard High School arc
raising money to send a Dillard
student to the National Student
Council meeting at Rockwell, New
Candidates ' r the trip is Ralph
William. wL serves as secretary
to the Smte Student Council Asso
Contributors to the fund include
H. V. Brown, the Dillard PTA.
Council of Youth Affairs, Mrs. Dor
othy Hardy 9-6 class and Kennon
The musical hand of the Pente
costal Holiness Church gave a pro
gram recently at St. James AME
Zion Church. The program was
sponsored by the Mission Depart
ment of the church.
Rev. B. F. Johnson, pastor of the
Metropolitan Baptist Church of
Newark, N. J. and firmer pastor
of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church on
Denmark Street, will run the first
week of a two week revival. Rev.
V. G, Moye of Kinston will have
charge of the second. The meet
ings will be hold at the Mt. Cal
vary Baptist Church,
Twilight services were held Sun
day at the First African Baptist
Church. A musical program was
presented. Groups appearing on
the prograin were: Dillard High
School glee club, the Community
Male Chorus and the Barnes Chap
el Choir. The services were spon
sored by the Senior Missionary
Circle of the church.
Robert Jones. 927 N. Center St.,
died at his home recently. Funeral
services were held from Eastern
•He is survived by his father,
Jack Jones, of Goldsboro, Rt. 4.
one daughter, Mary R. Jones; two j
sisters, Mrs. Hortense Taylor and j
Miss Gertrude Jones of Goldsboro;
one brother, Waiter Jones of Cali
Burial was in Elmwood Ceme
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvina Warren of
Goldsboro announce the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Verna Bell
Warren, to Fred Lee Davis, son of
Mrs. Retha Davis of Goldsboro,
The marriage took place March 1
at the home of the officiating min
ister, Elder T. H. Taylor, 603 Isier
The Eastern Chapel Mother
Club met recently at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Raiford, 312
Charles Street, members of Eastern
Chapel Church, who are both 111.
Mrs. Vera Arrington is president
of the group.
Tau Gamma Delta Sorority chap
ter of Goldsboro has launched a
“Panorama of Progress Queen for
a Day" contest in which various
Negro businesses of the city have
been invited to participate by
sponsoring contestants. Proceeds
from this effort will go to the
group’s scholarship fund. Mrs. N,
J, Frederick is basiieus of the
group. The contest will culminate
Mrs. Arlena Parks, and daugh
ter, Miss Brenda Parks, 215 S
Georgia Avenue spent the weekend
in Hurdle Mills. N, C. as guests of
Miss Eliza Smith, teacher at. Dil
! lard High School. Mrs. Parks and
Miss Smith are co-workers at Dil
lard and Brenda is a first grade
student at School Street School.
The Exotic Dancers of East End
School made their third appear
ance on WNCT channel 9 TV’s Kid
die Korner Saturday, March Sth.
The group, dancing in costume,
gave five numbers. They were “An
American in Paris’, “Canadian
Sunset"; “The Tango"; “Wee, Wee
Train”; and the "Chow-Chow. Os
the first number, an American in
Paris, Bill Nowood, Emcee of the
show, said “That was a long song
and they didn’t miss a beat. It
takes a lot of energy to do that.”
Bill also congratulated the group
on the fourth number, a dance
skit without music. The group
danced to a reading of the poem
Wee Wee Train narrated by Mrs.
W. D. Smith, director of the dance
group. Mrs. G G. Dortch and Mrs.
Annie / C. Grant of the East End
Faculty helped chaperone the group
of 20 students.
Approximately 275 parents and
friends were entertained Sunday
afternoon by the Girl Scouts of
Troop 20, 21, 25 and Mrs. Hudson’s
first grade at the regular meeting
of the Greenleaf PTA. The girl
scout laws and promise was pre
sented by candlelight. Greatha
Savage presented the history of
Girl Scouts followed by a piano
solo by Maryland Elliot. Mrs. Hud
son and Miss Ward's classes won
the attendance banners.
The Lenten season started last
Sunday at St, James AME Zion
with, the pastor, Dr. E. B. Lipsey
delivering a very penetrating mes
sage on the meaning of the obser
Dr. Lipsey, who before coming
to Goldsboro, fifteen months ago,
was a Trustee at Clinton College,
Rock Hill. S. C spoke on the sub
ject. "A Return to God’s Altar."
His text was taken from Psnlrn 96:9
"O Worship the Lord in ihe Beauty
Said the pastor, "However vile,
lustful, and vain man might have
lived in the past, the story of his
religion reveals the fact that al
though living in a very dark pe
riod, he was not a worthless crea
ture. Rites and ceremonies made
worship quite difficult for him,
but history has made us rich by
leaving the records of s race who
had some form of worship. In early
times, men worshipped by cele
brating marriages, births and
deaths. These worship services
were efforts of primitive man to
link himself with the Divine, and
bring peace to his troubled mind.
Worship the Lord in the beauty of
Elements in Worship (The three
elements in worship are: a. Adora
tion; b. Inquiry; c. Allegiance. Ad
oration is to pay honor to the
Divine Beinc. At God's Altar, one
is lifted to a high level of adora
tion whereby he is able to see life
in a more true prospective. Adora
tion makes the problem of faith
and duty more plain to us. This
98th Psalm points to the fact that i
when David felt his faith waver
ing, he went into the sanctuary
and honored God by confessing his
sins. In his confession, he said,
“Search me, O God, and know my
By MRS, IDA LEE SCURLOCK
Furnishings Lost In Fire
Fire from an exploding oil
stove raged out of control in a
four room frame dwelling at 112
Barnum Street In Hixtown a
round 6 p. m. Friday night, de
stroyed all the furniture and fur
nishings. The interior of the
house was badly damaged be
fore firemen could extinguish the
flames. No one was injured. Fire
Chief Captain D. D. Matthews
blamed a kerosene cook stove
for the destruction. Ihe house
was occupied by Mrs. Willie Mae
Scarlett and owned by Mrs. Mar
tha H. Williams.
Mount Gilead Church of
Orange County will clean off the
cemetery, yards and church Fri- j
day and Saturday before the 4th
Sunday in April. Those in the
city please come or send someone
to help with the cleaning.
Willard Johnson Funeral
Funeral services were held
Tuesday at the Mount Sinai Bap
tist Church for Mr. Willard John
son of Chapel Hill. He was the
brother-in-law of Mr. Alex Pratt!
of Cress Street. Durham. He died!
Saturday. Burial followed in the!
church cemetery. Suriving are;
his wife Mrs. Rachel Pratt John-!
son: two daughters, Mrs. Ger-j
1 rude Flacks and Mrs. Margie:
Page, both of Chape! Hill, and one!
| son. Willard Johnson, Jr. of Chap-!
el Hill; and three grandchildren, j
Mrs. Ira Evans
Funeral services for Mrs. Ira!
Evans, sister of Mrs. Laura Hole
man, were held Friday and burial
followed m Beechwood Cemetery.
Dr. A. S. Hunter has left Lin
coln Hospital and is recuperating
at his home. All are hoping he;
will soon be in his office again.
Others reported as being sick
are: Mrs. Iva Johnson, Mrs. Lula
Scarlett, Mrs. Percell Markham,
Miss Bcttie Ann Mcßroom, Mr.
Alex Howard, Mrs. Mary Oliver,
Mrs. Mattie McDonald and Mrs,
Corina Bailey. Everyone is wish
ing for them a speedy recovery,
Mrs. Bet, tie Southerland of
Washington, D. C. visited friends
and relatives here recently.
Mr. James Kearney has re
turned home after visiting sever
al weeks in Washington. D. C.
He visited his daughters, Mrs,
Cornelia Plummer and Mrs. Fior
Mrs. Florene Green Ls visiting
in Greensboro. She is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Thelma Wiggins,
Mrs. Lelia Foster is visiting In
New York with her daughter, Mrs.
By Inquiry, we mean seek, and
ask about, and make examination
of. Speaking of inquiry, David also
said that there was one thing he
desired of the Lord, and that was
that he might dwell in the house
of the Lord all the days of his life,
in order to behold the beauty of
the Lord, and to inquire in his
temple. The Lord's house is the
place where his presence is espec
ially manifested. Those who know
the Lord, also know that there is
no home like being by their Sav
iour's side in His house.
Allegiance means that God is
entitled to our obedience, services,
and respect. The blessed Lenten
season should remind us of many
blessings which the Almighty God
has given us. Take a new oath of
allegiance and. form a new union
n. The Need to Return to God's
Altar. There never was an age
when we find ourselves more har
nessed to mechanical tasks as the
age in which we now live. Because
we live too much in the exterior
of things, the unseen forces of life
seem unreal to many of us. My
earnest plea is that we return to
God's altar for it points the way to
that force which unifies man with
God. To form a new union with
God. Attitudes must be changed
Worship is more than attitude, it
is on atmosphere in which the
heart is made more pure and the
mind is made more clear. God's
Altar teaches us how to think holy
thoughts and perform holy altar.
Here, evil imaginations take their
flight when we, out of pure hearts,
and sincere desires, call upon the
magic name of Christ.
111. Harmonious Worship. Ac
cording to the law of harmony,
beauty is n combination of ele
ments. The more perfect that har
monious combination, the greater
the beauty will be. From this, it is
clear that the elements in worship
that make it holy In the sight of
God and man, is worship in which
no evil exists
There may be different views as
to ihe ultimate authority for the
different forms of worship, but if
if is to be holy, the spirit of self
will must be completely excluded
from the mind. God grant that we
come into His court with clean
minds, as well as with clean bodies.
When this is done, our worship
will l>e indeed beautiful and holy,
Charles House, son of Mr. and
Mrs E. A. House, 613 Slaughter
Street, and a sophomore at Hamp
ton Institute, Hampton, Vu., has
been selected along with another
student, Miss Margaret Howard, of
Montclair, N, J, to represent
Hampton at the New York Herald
Tribune Forum in Now York City
March 30-31 and April Ist. While
in New York, he, along with other
college students from throughout
the country, will be quartered at
the Waldolf Astoria Hotel.
Young House, who is president
of the sophomore class at Hamp
ton, is an accomplished speaker,
and was "Youth Day" speaker at
Foster Memorial Baptist Church j
ih Philadelphia recently.
IT FAYS TO ADVERTISE I
Washington Jr. High
EDITORS: FLORRAINE MILES,
ANNIE BELL ALSTON AND
A STUDY OF HOT DRY LANDS
The fourth grade in Mrs, Mar
ion Easterling’s room is enjoying
studying Hot Dry Lands. They ere
especially fond of the Egyptians
and the Pyramids. They hope to
end their study by making a frieze.
A SNOW SURPRISE
One reading group in Mrs. ML
W. Watsons’ third grade Is enjoy
ing their trip across the ocean.
They enjoyed finding Norway,
Lapland, England, France and
Spain, The whole group was sur
prised during the week after writ
! ing poems about spring. They woke
up the next morning and found «
Mrs. A. Reid’s first grade is get
ting ready for their assembly pro
gram for March. The member* of
the class are dramatizing the
Three Bears, All parents are asked
to attend the program.
SECOND GRADERS STUDY
The boys and girls of the se
cond grade, room 108 are teally en
joying learning shout on© dozen
and cno half dozen. They are
teaming with colored plastic
spoons, tops, jars, and egg ear
i tons The arithmetic hour passe*
! all too quickly for them. Mrs. G.
| P. Bethea is the teacher of this
HOMES OK LONG AGO STUDIED
Mrs. L, P. Eaton’s third graders
| are now studying kinds of homes
| and all the modern conveniences
! of homes today and long ago.
i WASHINGTON SCHOOL P, T A
Thursday night, March 14, Wash
ington School held its monthly P.
BY MRS. E, B. CREWS
npMnrpQnM ;« Viam
How wonderful It is to be able to
enjoy the lovely days, the sing
ing of the birds and the budding
of the flowers and trees. It makes
me happy and thankful to be liv
Mrs. A. A. Lane is visiting her
j brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
j Mrs. Haith in Tuskegee Institute,
Ala., for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Bullock
of Atlantic City, N. J. spent a por
tion of the weekend with their
sister and sister-in-law, Miss E. M.
Bullock, on the Townsville Rd, The
Bullocks were on their way to
Mrs. Bessie Sanders and dau
ghter, Margie, left by plane to
visit relatives in Tennessee, for a
Mrs. Otis Green and Mrs. Janet
Green of Warrenton attended the
15th anniversary of the Ever-
Ready Club of the Kesler Tem
ple Methodist Church recently.
They were highly received by the
Mr. James Glover of Deleware
visited hi 3 wife, Mrs. Mary A.
Glover, and relatives here for a
Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks of
Henderson announces the marriage
of their daughter, Annie, to Mah
lon Fames, son of Mr. and Mr*.
Columbus Faines of Williamsboro,
on March 10, 1957. at the home of
tiie bride. Rev. Johnson married
the couple. Friends and relatives
were present. The couple will make
their home with the groom's par
The proud parents last week
were: Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Har
grove, 7 lb. baby boy; Mr. and Mrs.
Benny F. Terry, 7 lb. baby girl; Mr,
r.nd Mrs. Clarence Evans. Jr., 7 1-2
lb. Baby girl; Mr. and Mrs, Elijah
Wright, 7 1-2 lb. Baby boy; Mr
and Mrs Luther Alston, 6 lb. 'baby
girl and Mr. and Mrs. John Earl
Taylor, 8 lb. 7 oz. baby girl.
Mr. Matt Wimbish, March I;
Nancy Johnson, 4: Rosaline Hanks,
5; Martha Jefferson, 4: Mary E.
Christmas, 6; Susie Faines, 8, De
lons Hanks, 10; Eddie Hanks. 11;
Dolly Jefferson, 11; Helen Bur-
Four Oaks News i
BY MRS. M. W. BAGLEY
FOUR OAKS Rev. C. H.
Heath, pastor of Strickland Grove
Baptist Church chose for his ser
mon Sunday, ’’Let us Rise and
Go To Church," Tile senior choir
rendered music. Following the
morning services. Christening ser
vice was held for baby Alrick Bur
ton Perry, son of Mr, and Mrs.
James Perry. Selma. Reverend
Wiggins, a visiting minister, gave
the closing prayer. The church
and friends enjoyed Holy Com
munion. Other visitors for the
morning services were Mr .and
Mi's. Erie Coley, Reverend Davis
The Women’s Auxiliary of the
American Legion had a program
at the Free Will Baptist Church,
Sunday Evening with the presi
dent, Mrs Madeline Cole, offi
ciating. The funds raised were
for playground equipment.
Mrs. Mable Sanders and Reve
rend Willie MoSwane are in the
hospital at Smithfield.
Mrs, Ruthel Miller has returned
home from the hospital at Chapel
Mrs. Eloise Kenner and family
of High Point visited her mother,
Mrs. ICatie Haynes over the week
end. They also visited Mr. Joseph
Haley, Jr. who is 111 In the hos
pital at Wilson.
Reverend and Mrs. P A. Mc-
Kay, Mrs. Nettie Williams and
| Gail Bagley attended a one day
j Women’s Home Mission Business
Session, Saturday at Moore’s
1 Chapel Church, Fayetteville. J
T. A. meeting. The business ses
sion was held - conducted by the
President, Mr*. Margaret Hinton.
Minutes were reported by the assi
tsnt secretary, Miss C. Grady.
The program for the evening
wan presented by the Washington
School Band end Orchestra direct
! *d by Mr. J, L. Edward* and Mrs.
J. E. Boulware, respectively. Each
group rendered four selection* -
the band: “In A Sanctuary” by
Buchtel and “Marine’s Hymn” also
by Buchtel. The orchestra: "Mel
, ody for Strings”, Rubinstein, “An
, dante”, Cluck; “When Day Is
; Done”, Katchen and "I’ll See You
Again” by Coward. The program
was indeed a very good one and
greatly enjoyed by all present.
: This meeting was set aside as
father's night - and the class hav
ing the highest number of fathers
over 10 was to win a prize. The
highest number present for any
! one class was nine for Miss Susan
i Caldwell’s 4th grade.
The P. T. A. membership plaque
was awarded to Miss Caldwell’s
fourth grade for the third con
secutive month. Her total number
of parents present was 31.
SECOND GRADERS STUDY
This second graders In Mis* S.
: J. Roberts’ room arc studying as a
• science unit, the seasonal changes,
i This unit is being correlated with
their study of community helpers
i in that, some community helpers
such as the farmer, aviator, bus
• driver, and janitor must need to
■ know about the weather to be a
; lert on hi* job.
! Creative stories about the dif
ferent kinds of weather, songs,
poems, and learning to read the
weather report are activities e
volvlng from such a Study.
well, 14; Mrs. A. M, Wyehe, 14;
John H. Christmas, 17, Dennis Tho
mas, 18; Prince E. Burweil, 18,
Mary A. Terry, 19; Mr, James
Peace, 19; James Hargrove, 25, and
Your reporter, 15.
CELEBRATES 15TH ANNIVER
On Sunday, March 17, at 8 P M.
at the Kesler Temple Zion Metho
dist Church, the Evcr-Resdy Club
of that church celebrated its 15th
anniversary. The club has done
many outstanding things and has
; made many improvements in the
church as well as the community.
The program was as follows:
Rev, T. L-. Parsons read the scrip
ture, Mark 5:1-28, followed by the
welcome greetings from the club
president, Mr. C. Allen. Music for
the service was rendered by the
Ever-Rcady club members, who al
so sang their club song. Mr. A. R.
Howell piayed the music for the
Mr. R. M. Harris, gave a splen
did history of the club and told of
its founders, members and good
Mrs. Ells Brown, a member of
the Progressive Club of Kesler
Temple, introduced the speaker.
Dr, R. W. Weisner, President of
Kittrell College, Kittrell, who de
livered a very up-lifting and time
ly message, which was highly en
joyed by all.
Selections from Mrs. Minnie Me*
Knight, Lion Star Club of Kes
ler Temple and Mrs. Elsie Boyd,
Willing Workers Club of the
church were read and enjoyed. Mrs.
Cushehburg of the Rising Star
Club sang a beautiful solo, fol
lowed by remarks from the pastor,
Rev, T. L. Parsons.
The Offertory was conducted by
Dr, A, L. Harris, Mr. Charlie Bsss
and Mr. S. G. Parham. Rev. Dun
gee was one of the visiting minis
Club officers are: Mr. C. Allen,
President, Mrs. L, A Parham, Vice-
President; Mrs. S. N. Merritt,
treasurer; Mrs. J. Howard, secre
tary and Mrs. M. C. Ray, assist
The ushers who are club mem
bers were: Mr. S. N. Merritt, Mr..
11. B. Crews, Mr J. Howard, and
Mr. A. Tyson
A social hour was held in the
church’s Education Room after the
program. It was an enjoyable time
BY EDDIE K. WILLIAMS
LEXINGTON ln a lovely cere
mony Sunday, the marriage of Miss
Dorothy Kindle of Lexington to
Lawrence Timothy Wilson of Dan
ville, Va., was performed at 3:00
P. M. at the Good Hope Holiness
Church. The bride’s pastor, Rev.
I.«e, performed the double-ring
Mis:; Kindle is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Haskin of Cor
ner St., Wilson is the son of Rev
and Mrs, J. H, Wilson of Raleigh
Road. The church was decorated
with cuttings of white gladiolas
and ferns in large baskets against
a background of candelabra*.
A fifteen minute interlude of
music w'fls provided by Miss Kay
Edns Williams, Organist, and Miss
Lizzie Brown, soloist.
The bride given in marriage by
James Haskin, was gowned in a
full-length dress of embroidered
taffeta with s Peter Pan collar.
The skirt was overlaid with ny
lon net. Holding her finger-tip
veil of nylon net was a band of em
broidered taffeta. She carried a
bouquet of white carnations.
Serving as matron of honor was
Miss Tillia Cooper who wore a
ballerina-length dress of white net
over light green taffeta.
Jackie Jones and Brenda Kindle
were flower girls. Their dresses
were pink pleated nylon. Raymond
Kindle, the bride's cousin, was best
man. Ushers were Jessie Holt and
I Roger* Arnett. The bride’s mother
’ wore# navy blue with whits
BY MRS. MAY L. BROADIE
“O God awaken in us that living
hope. The full assurance that thy
son arose from the dead has van
ished sin and death and will make
His victory manifest to the whole
CHURCH SERVICES I OR
Wilson Temple Methodist
Wilson Temple Methodist
Church began morning services
with Sunday School opening at
9:45 with the superintendent in
charge. Morning worship began at
i 11:00 with music being furnished
by the junior choir. The pastor,
Rev. C. L. Gidney, deivered a soul •
stirring sermon from the subject
“Take ourselves as we go,” This
: message was enjoyed by many.
Young's Chape! C. M. E.
Services at the Young's Chapel
C. M. E. began with Sunday School
at 9:45. The pastor. Rev. ,7. N. Lev*
erette opened morning worship at
11:00. The Senior Choir rendered
music. Many members and friends
: enjoyed a wonderful message from
■ the subject "Jesus, The Master
Martin Slret Baptist
Mr. H. C. High, Sr., superindent
of the Sunday School was in
charge at 9:45. The choral group
furnished music for the morning
worship. Reverend F. H. Johnson,
j pastor, preached a very inspiring
i sermon from the 84th Psalms. This
1 sermon was enjoyed by all. The
; pastor, members and friends of
this church are in sympathy with
the famiy of the late Mrs Eliza
Maple Temple Christian
A large number was in attend
ance for Sunday S"hoo! at the
Maple Tempie Christian Church
which began at 9:45 with the sup
erintendent, Mr. Charlie Haywood,
in charge. At 11:00 morning wor
ship began with music being fur
nished by Ghcnr No. 2, The pastor
preached a very spiritual sermon
from the subject "Remember Me."
At 9:45 Sunday School opened
wnti tine Amiciimtilucrui iui. C>f*Cr
man Lewis, in charge. Morning
Worship at 11:00, with the senior
choir rendering music. Text for the
morning message which was deliv
ered by the pastor. Rev Howard
Cunningham waa taken from Matt
hew 25:45 and Luke 9:82.
Oberlln Road Baptist
Sunday .School opened at 9:45 al
the Oberlin Road Baptist Church
A large crowd was in attendance,
for the morning service which be- i
gan at 11:00. Reverend Frederick
Terry, assistant pastor, preached a I
very inspiring, sermon. His subject
was "Contest of God.”
First Baptist Church
.Morning worship: Church School
at 9:30. Superintendent Mr. W. H
Taylor, Sr. A very large gorup was
present. Morning worship at 11:00.'
The Moseley-Jones Chorus and the
Tots Choir, under the direction of
‘Mrs. Lucille Griswold and Mrs
Helen William* had charge of!
Scripture reading by Rev. J A i
Lester. Ist Chapter of Romans, 15th
verse. Sermon by the pastor. Dr.
O. S, Bullock, from the Book of
The pastor, members and friends
share their deepest sympathy ;
with the family of the late Mrs. !
Alice Paige, whose funeral was j
held from the First Baptist Church '■
St. Paul A. M. F,
For the Sunday School review
Mr. J. C. Wnshing'nn gave a very
good summary of the lesson on
Men's Day was observed Sunday
morning and night The Rev. Moses
Delany. religion instructor at Shaw
University, delivered a most chal
lenging sermon Text. Mark 17:18,
‘ And Jesus said unto them, come
ye after, and I will make you to
become fishers of men. And
straightway they forsook their
nets, and followed him.
It was a wonderful sermon.
The men's chorus rendered the
music. Introduction of speaker. Mr.
J C. Washington, decalogue, Mr. F.
L. Sherard; responsive scripture
reading, Dr. L. E McCauley; Pray
er, Mr. Granville Green.
The Rev, Mr. Gaylord Noyce of
the United Church was the evening
speaker and a very inspiring mes
sage he gave. Prayer, Mr. J. N
Cooper, responsive reading Mr. P.
H. Williams. Introduction of speak
!#««atv£ •t‘ >- '- , |
|i BOTTLEO-iN-BQND f>
| 4Sl® 21?
|£«WHI BKI ■ 4 ' 8 QT - -‘** ,, * ,wr
W«A HALLER COR i>o RAT» 0M . PH!LADFI PHf A , FA.
irniwunniM mmiii«i>iiiiihhihhiiiiiiiiii(ii«wiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiihiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiniin
er, Attorney E. A. Solomon.
Messrs. Washington an d Webb
were in charge of the wo gram
Mr. Bruce Patterson itt of
Mrs. Mozelle Lane, was, m tne Sty
visiting his wife, who is a patient at
St. Agues Hospital recently. ,
Friends of Mr Bennie Allen are <
sorry to hear of his illnes. He is ■
patient at St. Agnes.
Miss Willie Mae Jeffrie* and
Mrs. E. F.. Morgan are also patients '
at St Agnes. !
I GOLDSTON Hello readers, 1
, have been very busy trying to start
this column, but like so many
t others, just waited until arnost
By the way, f was unexpectedly
on program Sunday afternoon
I when the Great Hope Lodge No.
! 213, Knights of Pythias, celebrated
its Annua! Thanksgiving Day An
. niversary in Sanford. Truthfully
i speaking I think everyone who at
i tended enjoyed this annual affair.
Sir John I. Mclvor, K. of R. S.
■ was master of ceremoniets. Rev. a
T Tuck, pastor of the Union Bap
tist Church Sanford, delivered the
annual sermon. This dynamic mm
i j liter talked on the subject, ‘ The
i j Train and Its Contents". Miy. Trw.
; i Foxx of Sanford sang a solo,"The
j Life Von Sing About.” These sc
vices were held at the St. James
: j AMK Church, afterwhich i dole
: cions dinner was served at the
'i Oddfellows Hal) Sr. R. N Anders
i is chancellor commander.
Mr. and Mrs W Roy Strickland
of Siler e'V rr,nl ! y obst rv -c!
| his 60th birthday with a surprise
i birthei;:'.' cake presented by mem
j bers of the board of directors,
j lor the Siler City Funeral Home
i in Siler City, of which Mrs. Strick
j land is bookkeeper. Mr. Striek
: land is secretary-treasurer of the
Marley's Mutual Burial Associa
tion at Si! r City. Mr. Strickland
told the Carolinian that after a
| day's work in the office the couple
| returned home not thinking about
! his birthday arid found a surprise.
I Others observing bMhdnys in
cluded: Mrs. Mattie Brooks, 80th
j birthday. of Lambert Chapel's
i Cbmunitv: Rev J W Mason of
! Jordon Grove, and .T. Siler
THIS AND THAT
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spinks are
the proud parents of a daughter.
Mr and Mrs. Lacy Hearlen, Jr.,
of Gulf, left recently for Phiadel
phi*!, Pci., where they will rcwi'it?
j Header) is a graduate of Goidston
j High School. Goidston, and A & T
| College, Greensboro. Mrs. Header)
|is a graduate of Horton High
j School, Pittsboro and a business
I college in Durham.
| Wilbert Guthrie of Goidston has
' been a patient at the Chatham Hoc.
| piial, Siler City. Weekend visitors
• included: J. Willard Womble. sc
[ companied by his aunt, Mrs. Alice
j Akride, both of Baltimore, Md.
Curtis Johnson of Washington. D.
| C visited relatives and friends
j Cleveland D. Cooper, son of Mrs.
Nannie Mae Cooper. Siler City re
cently enlisted in the TJ. S, Navy.
Pfe. Ronie Glover from Ft. Jack
son, S. C. spent the weekend in
Mr. and Mrs Scldon Jones spent
| Sunday afternoon in Fayetteville
i visiting their daughter. Mavis, who
| is a senior at Fayetteville Teachers
Installation service for pastor
elect. Rev. A. T. Alston will be
conducted at Robert's Chapel Bap
tist Church Anril 1-7
Rock ’N' Roll is still hero as we
found out from Robert Thompson,
one of our Rock N Roll Fans. He
really blew the roof off the hous»
in Siler City recently,
m. Hs* JL
“There’a always room at the
iop because a lot of people
who get up there go to sleep,
and fall off!”