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BY YF.TTA E. TH'-NN
538 Lincoln St„ Tel, 32511
KINSTON Mi- - Gera Lime
jAwhorn, deaf and blind, »« ;> r, •
ami pianist of New York, pr<vrn!,~ i
ed a magnificent perfonm.nw at
the J. H. Sampson school Au
ditorium on Tuesday nwm. Mai
ls at 8:15 p. in. rhe cl- u mm:
and talented Muss L'.ivhoni v,....
presented by the Bannckcr Liter- I
ary and Social Club of KioM.on.
In striking costume- j-iu t..ov- '
horn portrayed evm .v ty p * m
character from niggling k;d
sisters to tottering et-iimiv.-.. ;
graceful queens to wv. ! .
A poem by B. Knn veK .
cat scene in an office m f - :
"Dizziency On Ti - j.-t
was original, a very rUccm,
tatioa of •'Teach M To l
and another G La whom o
rial, “ Jea JA.-t.tm F r • -, r
comprised the first part m hn
tussive Gypsy. Flowered h .
Won and Cleopatra wi-v. = ’ i
and gracefully offend
terf.Bir.c-r who was < •->: •••' L'.
attractively a Hired
Music Lovers" Thr perform -.nn
was concitided with iv-'*"-,
piano selections Preiud-- in C .
Pathetique Opu i.-i i • ■ ; .
Ears”, ••Clair Drl.une -m 'tv*
Music Lovers”. The p< • fn- • >
was witnessed by a
dience who *>,*■•
and most definitely irnn - - -i. A
biographical -etc 1 -T
La whom may or in
week's “Tidbits By Belli 1 <
The Adwin Hiah .School - i
held It-- monthly -v ■•-,
day, March in at 5 r>. < ■
president,, Frar.i. Boi
After the b*.*- :,--
was presented or- t
"What More C -n i •<
F T A. Work To H-; i;
Developing (>;r Go
Our Child: er.
Mr Marshall n ■ :..
Esther B Phillip. l
ler and Theon Cord,,: a.,
panelists with Mrs ■ ■
All is ter presiding ■ b
the P.T.A. cc:opei in
school library organ
group on children'- ~. T- 1
informed on the nor- ; -
magazine article o- -
fare, organize - school is-, ::d,
cation club. mil.,
cal talent for demon
various aspects of
program, of parent gLu -ti
dy groups to emphii
t.ance of spiriiuai -
homemaking to i!v- .-hi!-
youth groups and Ts » -;. - - to
ter proper use of i-':--*. ,-- , - •
courage. Sunday ■■ hr -i
church attendance *i-.d t
thrift. Following the
general discussion oft; * :
was held. A great deal of
in the topic was dr - ■ ; i
entire group Ihe <
members of the hr. ' • 1
were commended Ar
son's record at lir *
Miss Lencris Withe: poor, vo:
ce major and Mrs Barbara mr-c:-
Cooke, piano major Nor:!-- f *
olina. College in Durh: ,
ed an impressive rocn-i
H Sampson School P. i * ; •
ing on Sund:r-.
Opinion expressed by rn'inbei-:
of the audience * . •
Withersopon. s nauvt of ! ■ ~
showed great prom;. e <o v. •
complished soprano, t ■nr
tion was well chosen ami :•
fully rendered. Her quoiTy. torn
and expression were < v .y.‘
Mrs, Cooke's aceompnium : ;
the piano vas very om:■-••• nd!*,-
ns E. WASHINGTON' AVI
KINSTON, N < .
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and pi alaed by the listeners.
At !h> business session of the
P.T A. Mhic’n followed the recital.
Mr*. M n Leitan. chairman of
the pro-’i-am committee, reported
i."uncial puv.r-cds from the "Mrs
v. T ' project sponsored by
; will go on their annual
:-Vi .::• Camporee in the near fu
!uiv and more adult workers are
needed," said Nathaniel Jones at
•re meeting. All parents interest
ed in hiving their daughters be
come members oi the Brownie
••wout.s were asked to meet at the
or•! Thursdav night at 7:30.
'I playground equipment
coinnuttc gladly acerptod funds
1 «d by the prrdhts on their
'M'.s P.T A." Project, to purchase
n .-v • mnpmert for the pupils It
• hu- been ordered and should ar
! rive very soon.
F t-- Charles Banders appoint*
-•'d riommating committee to re*
! commend a slate of officeir for
the 1957-58 school term,
npiptuq from the schedule was j
• Ann! meeting because it j
l ~'iiit ■' on tLaoL-ci ouuud.v. i
•A:vmg (kitties To The Wood-:
ivvi ■■. ■: presented in the J. H. ;
r.imoson School Auditorium on j
M«:ch 30 b.v grade: .TP-2 under the ;
-iip-n-vision of Mrs. E. M. Farrior.
■"i proa •am was well recer s>■ ■
-val new books have seen
'•irci to t!u- slielvr-s of the Kin- i
-:n Public Library. They are |
! ue f-torv of Kinston and Lenoir
< '• ui ' f'iv Black Man In White
’.mn u-,i. The New Psychology for |
; , i”! y Distant Drum: An i
• -.-• 11-sioiy of English Litera- !
: - Ti -• Adventurer; The Scape '
! Clout. Celeb. My Son: The Enor- j
! no:;- She now: iOi Best Magic j
Truk;. Ho: pita! Zone: Johns-i
; wood: Harriet Tubman.
IT • books for teenagers are. j
yor St pmoi.her; When Boy !
■ r Girl; Pioneers of Long Ago: !
: ; - . , Hunters; The Child’s 1
v Andy Jackson, Distinguish* |
ir! Nor• Wat'T for America; i
'll ll ---■ and man Other books may j
>•• borrowed from Uic library j
w' or.- M: -r Laura, Hardy is li-j
'f:u- Entip r >u: Club members
ri::* ; r-'c.-'nii.v v. iUi Mrs. James j
li-■!■•. vat h>.; residence on Univer
; Si rert Devotion was conduct
ed end a brief business session
,u 'v.Kicri over by the president,
vi: Tones Coedell. Jr. Guest
ki-.ik-u-. ioeai Attorney. Harvey j
Bc-c.-a was introduced by Mrs. W.
A. Lawson. After a discussion on
the •'lmportance of Making A
Alter the speech, members and
:sa a a guests participated in three
progressions of pinochle. High
■>n,s for club members were
M; James Cogdell, Jr. and Mrs.
Bruce Patterson. Jr. Consolation
r*i '-nr .t. prizes went to Mes
ne mes Edgar Murphy. Jr. and
ikoniamin F. Hall, respectively.
The hosiers served strawberry
u-uuke and hot coffee, buffet
style The dining table was over
laid with an Irish lace tablecloth,
centered with a beautiful arrange
ment of red gladioli and green
• The S> Patrick motif was
.:••' ' u Midi Shamrock _and Irish
\: fending club members were
M; *himO' James Cogdell. Jr.,
Harvey beech, Robert Crews. El*
no Chapman Alexander Hill,
f. - i\ir- .• W. A. Lawson, Ed-
Murphy Jr.. Dannis Tillery,
Joseph Stanley. Bruce Patterson,
.!r Benjamin Hall was guest.
Mrs, Amanda Williamson was
to members oi the Ban
■"• '•: Literary and Social club on
l Friday evening at her home on
Blount Street. A brief session was
held and final arrangements were
made for the presentation of Miss
; Os raldine Lawhorn, which was
. p.iusored by the club on Tues.,
' March 19. A delicious chicken sal
i ad course was served with Russian
i'ca <as the beverage. Club mem
| bf-rs present were Mesdames Gor
•ia K Battle, Sarah E. Brown,
i' !r-n B. Bynum, Marie Carraway,
••rah E Clark, Rena Cogdell,
: Lillian B. Cox. Laura W. Hardy.
M N. Leiiao. Lillie M. Meseley,
;R- B Outlaw Virginia Payton,
iiiV Dennis St. Kinston. N. C.
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Amanda. Smith. Mary G Williams,
! Nancy C. Williams. Amanda Wil
i iiamson and Alexzana Wooten
The Vagarett.es met at. the home
of Mrs Arlene S. Mumford recent
ly. Plans were made for a weinev
roast to be h\c! in the near fu
ture. Members present were Miss
Cozelle Mills and Mesdames Flon- |
| da Shortt, Camillius Gatling, M. j
Berry Rosetta Cox. Thelma Savon :
md Arlene Strother.
Robert Saxon is scheduled to
leave for Bridgeport, Conn., on i
April first, where he will assume '
new duties as an arts and crafts
instructor. His wife and children ,
will join him there afterwards.
A faculty talent program was
held at the Green County Train
ing School recently. Participants 1
were from Kinston. Goldsboro, j
Wilson, La Grange, FarmvilJe, Be- j
the! and Green County.
Little Gc-orge and Cherlyn Laws \
wer ill at their home on Tfcomp- |
son Street last week.
Cub Scouts of Den 2 met Sat, - 1
urday with Den Mother, M -
Ruth Streeter, who aftarwards ac
companied them to the basketball
; tournament at Adkm Gym.
Den 1 met Friday with Den Mo
t-her. Mrs. Lena Jones
'.rhe Sons and Daughters of Al
len were scheduled to sponsor a
benefit dinner in the basement of
| the St, James Church on Satur-1
Miss Ada Watson who is em-!
! ployed in the school system at
; Chinquapin, N C spent the week j
end here recently with her family.!
' Miss Waison is the daughter of
! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watson of 209 j
Carl Sutton was honored recent
ly at a surprise Birthday Party j
given by his wife Mrs. Almeta:
Sutton at then residence. 1400 E. ;
1 Shine Street. Attending the fes-!
' live occasion were, Mrs. Helen :
Harper. Mr. and Mrs. James Cog- j
dell, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Claude ;
Nunn, Mr, and Mrs. Martin Par*
| ker, Messers .J A. Harper, James 1
' Cogdell, Jr., Wayne Bryant.. Den
. nis Cofield and Arthur Kornegay. \
; Mr. and Mrs James Story of;
New Orleans, La., announce the j
birth of a daughter, Ronda Maria. ’
I seven pounds, twelve ounces on
February 28. James Story, former
•!y of Kinston, was graduated 1
from Adkin High School here and
is presently employed in the
school sytem at New Orleans.
Mrs. U. G. Move was ill at her
; home on Fields Street last week.
Quarterly services were obsei v
] ed at the Antioch Free Will Bap
tist Church on Lincoln St . Sun.,
, March 17, At 11:00 a. m. worship j
| service, Rev. P R. Hood, pastor of j
the church delivered the message !
; and very impressive music was of- |
! fred b.v the number one choir of .
I the church.
At .3 p. m. guest choir and ushers
| were present from Goldsboro Cha- ’
i pel Church. Goldsboro, N. C Ser- j
! mors was delivered by the pastor >
1 of Antioch. Guest minister at 8 p. |
: m. 'was Rev. Boykins of Wilson, N. j
Sunday School was held at (he
j St. Augustus A. M. E, Zion Church
: Sunday. March 17 at 9:45 p. m. with
| the Supt. James Cogdell, Jr., pre
| siding. At 11:00 worship service,
i the pastor Rev. T W. Coleman de
| livered an inspiring message and
music was offered by the number i
two choir of the church.
The Interdenominational Minis- i
terial and Missionary Society held -
a week’s meeting at .Antioch
Church last week March 18 through
24. President and secretary of the
j society are Reverends M. E Loi
: tin and Lion a Dunn, respectively.
The Fellowship Gospel Chorus
was scheduled to render a program
at the Antioch Church on Lincoln
St Sunday night. March 24 at S p.
rn. Sponsoring the program '.vas
Rev J. E. Santiago.
All local ministers were sche
■ duled to meet at Antioch Church.
; Monday at 4 p. m. for the purpose
| of making plans for the annual
;• pre-Easter services, sponsored by
the Ministerial Alliance of this city.
Rev. P. R Hood is president of the
group and Rev A. G Cheston is
Two weeks of revival services
are in progress now at the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church on North St.
with Rev. B. B. Dunn speaking
each nighl. Rev. McKinley Haw
kins is pastor of the church.
Rev. McKinley Hawkins was
guest minister recently at Spring
Garden Baptist Church in Wash
ington. N. C
Rev. W. L Lynch and choir
and ushers of the Mt. Zion Church
j rendered service recently at the
| Emmanuel Christian Church where
Rev. H. O Simmons is pastor.
Rev. Thomas Anderson of Peters
burg. Va. was guest minister re
cently at the Mt. Zion Baptist
The Order of the Eastern Star
Chapter 389 R sponsored a Grand
mothers contest, Sunday, March 17
ai the White Rock Presbyterian
Church. Raising the highest amount
of money and winning first second
I and third prize's were Mesdames
, Lubertha Jones, T.ucendia Croom
! and Sarah So'oman.
Eddie Roscoe Jones. 41, of Hook
| e-ton, Route 1. and Clifton Jones,
! 28, of 20 F Carver Cts, brothers,
! were in critical condition at. the
Lenoir Memorial Hospital here
from injuries sustained when their
pick-up truck rolled over on the
Hu *o-Hoolverton Road in Greene
County early Sunday Morning. The
I Burk was demolished. In another
! single car accident on the Brown
j town Road. Sunday morning, Gar
! field Moore received facial cuts
I when his car went out of control
j Patrolmen Pate and J. P. Pridgen.
| Invest igat.ad the accident
The following persons have been
confined to their homes for a len
gthy period and would enjoy a visit
from you: Mrs. Sarah Butler, Car
ver Cts.; Mrs. Matilda Patrick,
Reed St.; Mrs. Fannie Mumford.
Thompson St.: Mesdames Hannah
Lawson and Novella Jones of Lin
coln St.: Mrs. Georgia Whitfield,
Mitchell Wootr-n Ct 3., U. G. Hes
ter. Mitchell Wooten Cts.; James
Smith of Oak St.. Wiiex Brown.
Caswell St. and Alien Brock.
Funeral services for Mrs. Willie
I H. Phillips of near Kinston were j
| held Sunday at 3 p. m. from the j
j St. James Free Will Baptist Church ;
Rev. J ft Harper* delivered »'n«
' eulogy Burial followed in the j
Tidbits By Beth’
By Y. Elizabeth Dunn
i KINSTON - Ones thought*;
j changed from surprise, to amaze
; menl to simple admiration in the
1 course of the evening while Geial
j dine Lawhorn, deaf and blind ae
■ tress performed ai the J. H .Samp
son School Auditorium here last
| week. Upon seeing her in action
; several questions arose that were
| readily and bautifull.v answr-'d In.
■ "While It Is Day." her autobiogra
i phy. These few lines were in
| eluded at the beginning of the
| booklet and may best express her
, When I observe what T can see.
| there is no time for whai I can
; nut see.
If i! Uric ti In what I or.
j their: is no tuns io ■■ c. --. over j
j those sounds I cannot hear
When I occupy myself with the
things 1 can do i --in much too
busy to fret nvc-.' the things 1 can
If 1 smile as all t find beauty
and laugh at that which is gas.
| when will there h« time to cry
j over what is sad
j Doctors thought a serious bout i
I with measles at age 5 cast her loss j
; us sight and healing idler. Her.
i eyes first bbthe«-ed her at age sev- j
I rn. "Mom and 1 spent nuiny dreary
• days sitting on hard benches in
j clinics or in the expensive gloom
j of eye specialists offices." At age
i nine she stopped school because ;
! she was completely blind.
She latei entered Shei wooHi
! Grammar School in Chicago and
; later the Braille Department of I
1 John Marshal! High School. j
Deafness came m 1939 and she |
! described it this way; "May 7. 1936 1
! was an unusually hot day. The j
| heavy heat seemed to press against \
| my head like a steel helmet. Three j
j was a shrill ringing in my ears I
I ihat drowned out nearly all other j
sounds All that, day a* school I
| tried to quiet this ringing so that j
t 5 could hear w hat people were 1
saving, like f-yiug to -.jew i v,’dio j
set of static. But. s? Ihe d'y w<. : -e
or: the ringing increased."
That night she vns .druid to lis
' ten to the radio and sat by the rooi j
■ open window instead and sewed, j
"Gradually the pressure and ring- »
irig in my head diminished until I [
felt completely at peace. At ten j
| thirty Mom came to the window to i
I tell me to go to bod ! could not i
! hear her at all. Mom took me into !
! the bedroom, pointed to the bed I
| and gently laid her hand over my j
eyes. "Sleep «
Her autobiography goes en to
Phillips Family Cemetery. j
Surviving are one son, Roscoe |
! Williams. Philadelphia, Pa., three
| brothers. Rev. C E. Phillips, Char
leston. West Va. Elias Phillips.
Philadelphia. Pa.: Sylvester Phil
lips, Goldsboro. N C. Also five!
Ti an fcmcL
* MY / THIS TOWN IS NICELY LAID OUT - I
how long mas rr secn dead ?"
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I Baker's j
Furniture Co., Inc.
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Dial 1034 or 3801
100 N. Queen St. Kinston, N. C.
tell of her efforts to toe "regular." I
how she learned the two hand
manual one hand manual alpha
bet and her alphabet glove.
At hot- high school graduation
■ln J 241 h in a class of iSI)
Her picture appeared four times
with the blind students, as winner
of Marshall's short story contest,
with graduates and Who’s Who as
the Most Successful Girl,
Her problems and success she
achieved in the entertainment
field are 100 numerous to mention
in this column. We were impressed
b.v her reaction before her first
During the weeks preceeding
i fh’s even!, my feelings, she stated,
"were a mixture of fear and hope,
erdicipeiion and dread, conceit and
inferiority. H 1 should make a mis
take. stumble over a chair or fall
completely off the stage, how
would T face the world again? At
last I portesfed aloud
Mom 1 don’t know enough about
- the theatre yet" I argued Let’s ;
i WHii until I vo studies another year :
j or two Let's wait till I can see and i
i hear so there'll be no accidents, j
i Lets wait , . wait . wait. ... j
Mom told me to get my braille j
Bible and read John 9 4 There T
found these words: I must work j
the works of Him that sent me I
1 while it is day: the nicht cotnefh, i
I when no man can work
j Miss Lawhorn has attended the :
• An r-irm Conservatory of music i
i and she says many people ask her I
j what she gets out of the piano. I
] "In the first place it is a diver- |
- sion from my usual routine. Ser- ;
| endly, there is the delight of being !
| able to entertain: the satisfaction j
j of having mastered to some do
-1 gree a niece of art True, I do not
, hr-ar what 1 play but music though
j U results in sound, is first a nual
j it.V of the mind. The idea of melo
! dy is to me a pattern formed by j
j the fingers just as the feet form
; patterns in dancing although I pm
i ploy vibration to assist in express
ing music. It is the rhythmical
| movement of this oattern that i
j en.iov. A melody is produced upon
i the instrument by touch, rhythm
• and emotion None of which re
| quire hearing "
i She says finally, “I understood ;
j ihat the only way a handicapped j
! person can stop the world front j
| pitying with admiration. She has j
| done just that, and gives ample j
j credit, to her lovely mother who
accompanied her here.
i Funeral services for Mr. Frank
! "Pole" Ormond. Jr. of Maury were
held Sunday at 2 p. m from the
Mt. Zion A. M. E. Zion Church in
Maury. Rev. Mr Sykes officiated
end burial followed in the Hooker
ton Cemetery. The deceased was
; brother of Mrs Olds of the 600 I
i block of Lincoln St here
i N.C.fenan Rate Hama j
From Foreign Assignment!
\ %^W 4: :
New York imperial)—A North Caro
lina woman who has been serving in
•he Philippine* with an international
agency for the blind, returned to hrr
home in Frank Union for her first v it
‘inre rhe left for that country tun if»r>
Mrs. .!ear>sr-tr» Silk, Supers 1-01 of
Negro Activities ai the Rehabilitation
I enter for the Blind el Biii.*er, her
been on leave of absence from this
State post while working in Msnii# for
the American Foundation for Oventeea
Blind, j. p international agency for the
i eightle.es which also sponsor* the world
j travel* of Helen Keller
A native of t?aleirh. Mr* s>i I k wa*
sent to Manila by the Foundation t«
1 February IffSfi to nerve a? Adv.gor t.o !
i >he Government of the. Philippines in !
| launching a new Government a gene v— i
; the Office of V ofatiooal Rehabilitation. j
, Under her guidance, a modem rehahtli
| tation center for visually and other (
j handicapped persons has just been j
: opened in Manila win* it i* destined j
1 to serve h- n <howplaee throughout the
According to officials at the Founds i
I lion's headquarters m New York. Mrs. i
| Sills is the first Negro woman to be !
. appointed to a post of this. kind. The ;
| Foundation’s Field Director Eric T j
j Boulter, statrd that his organization i
had rereived letters of commendation i
! from Philippine Government officials,
j praising Mr*. Sill." work in that nation
i jnd citing ihr instruments) role she i
! hag played ir, development of program* !
! for the handicapped,
Mr* Sdls is a graduate of Shaw U»i
I versify, Raleigh, and tiie Atlanta. fGa. 1 |
j School of Social Work, She mined the !
j North Carolina Slate Commission for .
j the Blind in 1ff. 15 working under H. A. (
j Wood, Executive Secretary,
I The Foundation learned of Mrs, Sill.
; through the record she established ;
; throughout the State while serving with I
j the. Comms- ■ iem I ollmvtng a three
week v:-it at her home to rrauklintoo,
> Mrs. Sills will return to Manila for one
i more year to complete he; assignment.
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minutes. Isn’t, that some kind
I of a record?*’
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Our store is jam packed with new Spring and Easter fashions.
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KINSTON, N. C.
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. MARCH 3D, 1957
A whole family of puffed rice bunnte? perched on your table at,
Fi ter time! Watch the children’s eyes light up when they catch
thvir first glimpse of the little bunnies with their pipe cleaner ear?
Mother will find Funny Bunnies especially charming for they are
so easy to make even the tiny tots in the household can share tn
the fun. With 311 hands molding the puffed rice burtnie: each one
will have a personality all his own. Tasty as .well as nutritious, each
Funny Bunny is sure to win the heart of someone a< vour house this
Make* $ hi'nwet
Ru notes j
6 cups puffed rice 1 *''2 teaspoon vam! a
1 i cup butter or margarine 1. ‘4 teaspoon red food coloring
l • ?. pound i about fresh
marshmallows 16 pipe cleaner* for ear#
Heat, puffed rice in shallow pan jn moderate oven (350*F.) TO
minutes Pour into greased bowl Melt butter and marshmallow’* in
top double boiler over hot water; stir until smooth. Add vanilla
and food coloring, Pour over puffed rice, stirring until evenly coated.
AA ith greased hands, form eight 2-inch balls and eight i inch balls.
To assemble and decorate bunnies, fasten smail balls (heads' to
larger balls (bodies) with thick confectioners’ sugar frosting Use
pipe cleaners to form ears, pushing each end of the pipe cleaner
firmly into the head. Use raisins, nuts or semi-sweet chocolate pieces
for eyes, nose and mouth, fastening on with confectioners' sugar
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