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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1957
FA YETTEVILLE NE WS
FAYETTEVILLE St. Luke A.
M. E. Church celebrated its an
nual Men's Day Sunday with men
in charge of the church program
for the day.
The program was divided into 3
parts. The morning session presid
ed over by Mr. Fred Anders, be
gan with the processional by the
all-male choir. Rev. P. C. Daniels
offered prayer, followed by the
welcome address by Mr. Anders.
The - guest speaker was introduc
ed by Dr. W. T. Holland. Sr., pas
tor of the church
A very forceful and inspiring
sermon was delivered by Bishop
Frank Madison Reid, of this dis
trict, with headquarters at Kit
Also appearing on the program
were Messers, T. R. Mitchell, W. C.
Bridget's, V. E. Claggett, Alex Mc-
Dougald, and L. C. Gantt. A K.
Thompson, Luther Keel, Lacy H- r~
ring, Levi Johnson. Rufus Wash
ington, William McKoy and Dan
At the afternoon session .scrip
ture was read by Archie Rollings
v orth, prayer by Arthur Hayes.
The welcome address was given by
Mr. A. K. Thompson. The guest
speaker was introduced by Mr. i
Rev McLean Spaulding preached
a very forceful sermon to the at
tentative group of young men The
iosponse was by Dr. W T. Hol
At the final session Sunday
nrr.ht Dr. W, T Holland, the pas
tor was speaker, he was presented
by Rev. Prince C. Daniels. A very
enjoyable solo was sung by Mr.
Roy Swygertt. Mr. Thomas Quick
and Mr. Rufus Washington led the
devotion. Also appearing on this
program were Messers Paul Gil
more, C. L. Parks, Arthur Bethufie.
Leroy Jukes, Stager Williams, E
vans Hayes, William McKoy, Atlas
fuller, Clarence Bethune. David
Scmion, Joe Zinnamon, Isiah Jones,
V.E. Claggett. and William Love.
The financial report was most
encouraging as each member was
asked to contribute SIO.OO.
Friends are sorry to hear that
Mr. William Bethea, husband of
Mrs. Vernon Bethea is a patient at
the Veteran's hospital.
Mrs. Georgians Majors is a pa
tient at Cape Fear Valley Hospital.
Mrs. Anna Avery is ill at her
home just off the Murchison Road,
Mr. Floyd Samuels and Mrs. Mol
lis Fox are able to be out again
after being confined to their homes
for several days.
Mrs. Esther W. McAllister is able
to be out again after s few weeks
Larry J. Janet and Sherry Lucas,
children of Sgt and Mrs. Robert
Lucas of Elliott St. are out again
after being confined with attacks
“Men's Ensemble" a musical
program featuring a group of sing
ers from Lumberton, will appear
at Washington Drive Jr. High
School Sunday, March 31st, under
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group of the Washington Drive P.
Mrs Sallie Davis, President of
the group, promises an afternoon
of musical entertainment and says
the cause is a worthy one, since
the proceeds will be applied to the
purchase of a much-needed piano
for the school. Each group is res
ponding .wonderfully in an effort
to meet its quota.
The public is invited to hear
these young men at 3 P. M in the
The organization of Presbyter
ian Women has issued an invita
tion to the women of the city and
vicinity to join them at the Hay
mount Presbyterian Church, Sun
day, March 31st. when Mrs. A. H
George of Charlotte, will address
them on the subject “Every Wo
man b Witness", which promifs
to be one of the best religious
meetings of tne season with all
v»omen’s organizations throughout
th.- vicinity co-operating with the
women's organization of the Pres- !
hytevian Church. Mrs. Sadie Bur- I
ion is secretary of the local group, j
The Seniot Choir of the First •
Baptist Church entertained with ,
their annual St. Patricks' tea re- !
The spacious d ini nr room of th> !
church wa.» ueeOiatcCi with the !
Upon arrival of guests, they were j
leceived by Mrs Norine Jackson, j
president and Mr. John McQueen. j
Mrs Lula C. Hinnant led the many ;
games to the delight and satisfac- !
tion of the guests.
The supper was served buffet
j style with a menu of friend chick- i
on, french bread, potato salad, cake
During the games Mrs. Pol lie
j Covington and Mrs. Annie Mae E
| vans were custodian and auction
! eer, respectively, Severm readings,
solos, and duels were heard in or
der to redeem valuables that had
been forfeited by the owners for
talking or acting out of turn.
Explorer post and Scout troop
177 sponsored by the First Bap
tist Church rendered a musical
and literary p«igram at the church
These young boys planned and
gave the program in order to aid
their fellow trooper. Kenneth Scott,
who is a candidate- to attend the
National Jamboree to be held at
Valley Forge, Pa., in June.
The program opened with three
color-bearers carrying the Chris-
Isin. American and troop flags
and presenting them to their lea
ders. Mr. Cogdell accepted the
Christain flag and after explain
ing its use to scouts and explorers
placed it. on a staff.
Mr. James A. Rave accepted the
j American flag and Mr. Joseph Cov
ington accepted the troop flag.
Guest speaker was Frederick L.
Burns, Cumberland division chair
man Boy Scouts of America, who
spoke on “Juvenile Delinquency,'
He listed four major causes for
delinquency; broken homes, scien- i
tsfic education, non-commercial re
creation and economic strain.
“People living in jammed up a
partments introduce children too
early into certain phases of life and
give them twisted personalities.
Common sense should teach us that
a man and wife and four or five
children living in two rooms is
not the best for the children.’
MORE TO COME
“One of the worst laws ever to
be placed upon the books was the
one taking away the right of the
teacher to use the rod on the child
ren. By doing so the child has lost
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respect for the teacher. The child !
of today Mars no one. neither the |
teacher nor his parent.”
The fear of God is the beginning !
of knowledge. We feel that the |
scouting program is one of our best !
organized outlets. It trains the boy j
to have respect for himself and I
others. If wo can got through to j
the parent the idea of spending one !
day a week or month with his boy
he will get cl os; r to him and th<
piobk-m solves itself. It really is
rot that easy but it is a beginning
and we must begin somewhere,
j The Shaw University choir, of
Raleigh gave a musical recital at j
the historic;,l First Baptist Church j
Sunday night. Tin \ rendered s ■■ i
lections of. spirituals and favorite j
Tlie choir urn!- r the direction of 1
j Harry Gil-Smythe, had just com- I
I reeled an engagement in Lumber- 1
ton, and was traveling back to Ra- ;
leigh. Dr. and Mrs Strassner con- I
tinned and could not star for the
• program because of pressing bus- i
j Rev. C R Edwards pastor of the j
i church presented Mr s Patricia Hall 1
• a member of the Shaw Choir, and ;
I a mc-mber of the church.
I.re,, j, r- , . \.i r- ss;
! Hams, of Pon-is Island. S, C. Frank :
i Brov- Phii.idei.nhi: Pay Major and
i Mrs. Wallace Cape! of Fort. Brags, j
j and New Oorh-ans, La., Mrs, Vera :
] Odom, of Washington, D. O. were 1
! visitors in the city for a few days. |
; Mrs. Odom is rememb-.-.-ed as Miss |
| Vera Ferguson, daughter of Mrs.!
i Julia M. Ferguson. Moore St.
Rev. C. R. Edwards, pastor of i
First Baptist Church, attended the j
executive board meeting of the Loti j
Carey convention, which convened
with the Friendship Baptist Church
in Mew York City, on the 26* h of
In Senior Recital
HAMPTON. VA. - Three Hamp
ton Institute instrumentalists will
perform in Senior recital on Sun
day, March 31 at 4 p. m. in Ogden
Hall, presented by the HI Music
Department. The concert is open to
Ulysses Sampson of Bellamy,
Ala., will play the clarinet in
compositions by Weber. Boris,
Barat and Dfcsportes. He will
be accompanied by Jacquelyn
Harper, assisted by the HI
Muriel Stroud, a native of Phoe
bus. Vo. will perform piano works
of Beethoven, Brahms - and. with
Laura Wafers. .Ravel’s "Mother
Goose Suite* '.
Laura Waters pianist, of Pit's
burgh. Pa., will also play works by
Bach and Mozart.
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Z-.-ta Zest this week contains a re
print from the American Council
of Human Rights Bulletin, Equal
ity. For a long time we have pon
dered ways and means that would
Strengthen and improve om- group,
i Many id- .v- presented themselvves
I to us, Nor no of which rnay be pre
r n!:,l in ihis column at a later
datc. but it. servse that of the mem
j bees of our organization or any
; organization will make a self study i
, of the following lines, declaring
I nn-an while. this will never apply
, to me,” We will always have an
i alert dedicated and const-lentous i
I The article in “Equality” Is en- '
j titled “How To Wreck Your;
Local Council ” I am changing this ■
| title to read. "How To Wreck Your
; Local 2eta Chapter
; I. Don't go to meetings.
■ :> If you do go, be law
3. If if bad v. : t ; , not
<*vc-n think of going.”
4. When you do attend u meeting ]
never find fault viui the of- !
1 ;>. Never accept an office It is |
I much easier to sit back and ;
! fi If you should be appointed on a j
! committee, do not go to meet- I
] ings. If you are not appointed. S
got peeved about it.
! 7. When your opinion is asked re- !
ply that you have nothing to
say. but after the meeting tell
everyone how things should be
8. Do nothing more than is abso
lutely necessary, but when oth
ers do the lion's share, tell
| everyone the organization is run
| by a clique.
| 9. Don't worry about paying your
duos wait until you receive two
Mrs. Rosa Howard;
Raleigh Minister’s Mother
I Succumbs In Eldorado, Ark.
The Reverend D. N Howard and
j family of Raleigh have just return
jod from Eldorado, Ark., where
| they attended the funeral of Rev,
Howard's mother, Mrs. Rosa Ho
ward, age 75.
Mrs. Howard was active, until
her recent illness. with the Dis
trict and State Missionary work in
Arkansas. She served as president
of the local district association for
or three notices from the secre
tary, which will keep her from
running out of something to do,
10. When you have nothing else
left, blame it all on national
Zi'TA PKI BETA. (Adopted
from Bulletin of John Dalton
Chapter of Manchester, Eng
Dr. Nancy B. McGhee, instructor
j nt Hampton Institute,. Va . is presi
dent of the Board of Directors of i
The American Council of Human
flights. Miss Barbara Mas of New
flochelle. N Y. and Dr. Deborah C.
i Partridge of Flushing, N. Y.. are
members of the board. AH three of
these ladies are outstanding Zetas.
Omieron Zeta Chapter of Zeta
Dili Beta, Incorporated, met at the
YWCA on March 16th with Soror
Mary E. Carnage presiding Bast*
h us Carnage presented the group
, r. lovely door plate* b tr
■ the sorority for the Zeta Room at
j St. Agnes Hospital,
I Soror Lockhart Presented Plaque
! Soror Mildred James presented
| to Soror: Nora Lockhart a lovely
| plaque from the group. Sorors are
: still proud of the fact that Soror
j Lockhart was chosen Woman of
| the year in 1949.
Zeta’s Eastern Regional
Zeta?: are looking forward to the |
Eastern Regional to be held in this
city in May.
After a delicious repast from the
hostess, Sorors .Swindell, Thomas.
Wall and Thompson, a brief social
hour was held which was enjoyed
bv all present.
We are happy that Soror Rev
crons Pretty Anderson's father is
improving. Mr. W Pretty is con
valescing at his Durham home,
13)2 sth Street
i The Reverend L, H Highshaw,
- moderator of the District Associa
e tion, officiated at the services a
, long with the Reverend W Wiley,
- pastor, of the local church of which
she was a member for 615 years.
1 (Jerusalem Baptist)
Mrs. Howard is survived by her
l husband, The Rev, W. H. Howard;
t six children, Mrs. Mosilee Jackson,
! ' Mrs. Mattie L. Hunter and Mrs.
Susie V, Richmond, .all of Oak
land, California: Richard Howard,
of FJclorado, Ark; Zephaniah Ho
ward, Farmersville, La.; and the
Reverend D. N. Howard, Sr,, of
Raleigh; 24 grandchildren, 18 great j
grandchildren; four brothers, two j
sisters, and » host of other re!a- i
Editor’s Note: Marriage licenses i
ver iruseri by the Wake County j
Recorder of Deeds to the following j
persons from March 21 to March
March 21: James Sanders, 22, 1
1610 Poole Road, Raleigh, Willie |
Mae Winston, 20, 161.0 Poole Road, I
March 21: Ellis Jones, 26, G-3 j
Washington Terrace, Raleigh, Ora !
Mae Lassiter, 24, 1206 Cannon St.,
March 22: Lee Neal 23, Route 5 !
Raleigh, Mattie Bridgse, 20, Route |
Farmers marketed about 2 to 3 j
per cent more products in 1956: i
than n 1955. Cash receipts from i
farm marketings were up about j
the same percentage as marketing i
With additional income received j
from soil bank and ivool incentive j
programs, farm operators realized j
net income for the year rose for j
the first time since 1951
It has been estimated that ap
proximately 25 per cent of the
total costs of producing crops is j
FROM SLAVERY TO <T4V*:izt ■> s* <> -?v tj< .',■ • ’ m four generations Is
represented by i 06-year-o’.i >■■■>?. s.:• ■ '• • : v ni.i <,.aiuison, Louis Gossett,
who listens to some -.age »dvi<<•, hi ft:; > . . it. . (he star of the hit play,
’Take A Giant Step at th«- Jar, ii , ■.-■>, a n .v<*;sr-nld whose
grand mother is the gscutest »nfi >< .svi in r.ii. ! - : :-ai , ■ <- t •,, rnndms tilt*. the same bill
: Mrs. Gossett was born into sla.. r-> on a • - in ~ : .d despite her
| advanced age, she san enthu-;ia:-He radio . :r\ i ••■,' -•• ■ >■ -e her g'r-at grandson
i*n the play, to sec "what his stage grandma )•• c. « ’ ■..■>■■■ .t i
| jaw of Ike Chestnut in fee ••• -c ,
weight match ai Mach on } -. ,
j he, scored a unanimous ii'j. .:
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First Place In Library t .’ V./
DU.U'HAM - Thu AT , k .
High School was awarded T .
place by the judges of the dtspl.iv>
featured at the 1957 Annum (. - in
ference of the North Carolina A
sedation oi High Sch>>
Clubs, which took place a I T
James E. Shepard IVI. r.ori d Libre •
ry, North Carolina Co!h :.y, !
ham, North Carolina on March 10
The display was prooaivd 1
the leaderh.iip oi Mr Nan is C >.• •
aid. Librarian at. Merrick-AT
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