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•Mr, and Mrs. William Hodge of
Wendell are the proud parents of
a , baby boy born March 20. His
name is William Mtchea).
-Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson
of Knightdalo are happy to have
.Jesse Deasus for a son. He was
born Minch 20th.
Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Whitaker
ate happy to have Gale Dianne for
a daughter. They are from Raleigh
and Dale was born March 21st..
A little girl, Alzena Ramona Vic
toria, is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lawrence of Raleigh.
She was born March 21st.
On March 22 a baby boy, Wiilie
Andrew, was born into the house
hold of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wal
ker of Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spencer of
Raleigh are the proud parents of a
baby boy. Anthony Jerome, born
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I James Edward. Jr. is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Can
r-ady. He was born March 23. They
are from Apex.
Terry Lynn, a girl, is the dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. David West
of Raleigh She was born March
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jones are the
proud parents of a baby boy, Lacy
Cornell, born March 24th. They are
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wil
liams on March 25th was a baby
On March 26th, born to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry McLain of Varina was
a baby girl.
Mrs. Lillie Hodge was hostess to
the Emergency Club last Tuesday
at her home on Lincoln Court. A
fter the business session, the mem
bers enjoyed a very tasty repast.
Members present were: mesdames
Hattie Edmondson, Geneva Brown,
Effie Young, Hazel Williams, Lucy
Hawes, Mabel McCauley, Addle Lo
gan, Lucy Eaton, Phyllis Hay
wood, Augusta Gray, Juanita
Strickland. Gam cl Watts, Jose
phine Williams, Nessie Iredell,
Georgie Stewart and pastor, Rev.
L. S. Penn.
The Saint Agnes Hospit.V c>r
vlce Board will stage a “Rir ;e
Sale”, April sth, 10-5 and April 6th,
9:30 - 3 p. m. at 222 S. Blount St.
The Young Women’s Missionary
Society of Rush Memorial Church
met at the home of Miss Mary
Francis Degraffenreaidt, on South
Saunders Street, Monday after
noon. They enjoyed a fine meeting
and made plans for another great
program to be held at the church
The Woman’s Missionary Society
of the Rush Memorial Church met
at the Parsonage on Monday night.
Presiding Elder and Mrs. T. J.
Young were present and gave en
couraging remarks. Also the pas
tor, Rev. W. D. Carson, spoke on
the subject. “Thy Kingdom Come”
which was enjoyed by all. At the
close of the meeting we were ser
ved delicious ice cream and cake
by the hostess, Mrs. W. D. Carson.
Many happy returns to Mr. Nor
man Adams who celebrated his
birthday on April Ist.
Little Miss Patricia Ann Williams
celebrated her 9th birthday on A
A birthday party was held for
Little Miss Marshall on her sth
birthday on March 31st. A won
derful time was had by the fob i
lowing- Mazetie Dunn, Robert
Dunn, Maxine Carter, Jen y Ro
bertson, Pearline Mitchell. Ice
cream, peanuts and candy were
served the guests. Miss Marshall’s
party was given to her by hei
grand-parents; Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Gatling, 1519 East Jones Street of
Mrs. Celia Wortham is visiting
her sister in Wilmington.
Mr Spencer Haywood, 319 Heck
Street, is now visiting in Chicago,
Illinois. While there he will be
visiting Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Dan
iel. He will also visit his brother,
Mr. Edward Haywood in Detroit,
Mrs. Lessie Dunston of 321 S.
Haywood Street reports a won
derful trip to Springfield. Ohio
where she has been visiting her
daughter and grand-children.
We are happy to announce that
Mr. Walter King of East Cabarrus
Street is improving and back home
after under going an operation at
Veterans Hospital in Durham.
Mr. arid Mrs. Sidney Roberts and
daughter of 615 South East Street
traveled to Greensboro to vist Mrs.
THE ALPHA BEITS
The ALPHABETTS, Auxiliary to
the Phi Lambda Chapter of the Al
pha Phi Alpha Fraternity met Sat
March 30, 1957 at the residence of
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Hunt with Mes
dames Hunt, Crockett, Eaton, Bar
field, Jones, Matthews and Mann
Mrs A. Levingston presided in
the absence of our president, Mrs.
Newell. Final plans were made for
our skit in the forthcoming Jabber
Mrs. Milford Taylor was welcom
ed as an addition to our group
A delicious salad course was ser
ved and each member was present
ed with a miniature Easter basket
as a souvenir.
Other members present were
Mesdames Wilson, Brown, Culler,
Toole, Davenport, Young, Sherard
The social meeting of the Mary
Talbot Junior Woman's Club was
held Tuesday night, March 19, at
the home of Mrs. Effie Parks of
Pinochle and other games were
or -ycd by the group. After sev
< : rounds of playing, Mamie A.
Si. id and Mrs. Phyllis Haywood
won first place prizes. Mesdames
Inez Peebles, Mary B. Graham, Vic
toria Walters and Irene Price
were recipients of the second and
third place prizes respectively.
After a delicious one-course lun
cheon served by the hostess. Mrs.
Parks, and co-hortess, Mrs. Gloria
Sanders, a sterling silver tray was
presented to the former president,
Mrs. Phyllis Haywood, for her out
standing leadership of the club.
The gift was presented by Mrs.
Mrs. Beatrice Hall Is the newly
elected president of the organiza
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WIN TO I’ SCHOLARSHIPS—Mm. WHMt, S tan. Ml. Una. School of Niirslnu nl ART Cfllleue,
chats with Miss Sylvia Overton, center. Elizabeth City and Mrs. Daisy Best, Goldsboro, recent winners
of the top scholarships offered sophomore student nurses at the college. Miss Overton received the
Moses H. Cone Hospital Women’s Auxiliary Award given on the basis of “professional promise” and
Mrs. Best, who has maintained the highest academic standing in the group, was granted the Dr. C. C.
Stewart Memorial Scholarship Award, given by the Greensboro Medical Society for high scholarship and
the Greensboro Academy of Medical Surgical Award for outstanding achievement in these fields. The
action took place at the reception which followed annual capping ceremonies held at the college last
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BY MRS. MAY BROADIE
Our Heavenly Father, we hum
bly pray Thee to bless abundantly
whatever ours maybe made to turn
the hearts of Thy children to pure
Sincere repentance and more liv
ing faith. Alarm the careless, hum
ble the self-righteous, kindle the
lukewarm, soften the hardened and
bring more souls in loving faith lo
MAPLE TEMPLE CHRISTIAN
Maple Temple Christian Church
began its morning services with, i
Sunday School opening at 9:45
with Mr. Charlie Haywood, super
intendent, in charge. A large
crowd was present. Morning wor
ship followed with the pastor,
Rev. M. F. Booker, presiding. A
very inspiring message was preach
ed by the pastor from the subject
“I have fought a good fight, I
have kept the faith.” After the ser
vices the pastor and members mot
ored to Good Hope to worship with
Reverend C. R, Trotter and his
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
Sunday School opened at 9:45
with the superintendent, Miss Nan
nie Morgan, presiding, afterwhich
Reverend C. L. Ggidney, the pas
tor had charge of the morning wor
ship. Music was furnished by the
senior choir. A very inspiring ser
mon was delivered from the sub
ject ‘‘Love answers Love.’ This
message was enjoyed by all who
OBERLIN ROAD BAPTIST
At 9:45 A, M. Sunday School was
opened, afterwhich the morning
service began at 11 A. M. Music
• was rendered by the Junior Choir.
Dr. Grady D. Da-vis, the pastor, de
i llvered a very strong sermon front
i the subject “What Can I do to in
, herit Eternal Life?” The Annual
• Tea is to be held April 7th ai 4
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Garris
and Mrs. E. H. Sanders of Gar
ner and Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson,
Mrs. Masselina Williams and Miss
Elia Robinson motored to Spauld
- ing High School in Spring Hope
to see an Operetta given by the
primary grades. The title of the
Operetta v.fus ‘‘Cinderella In Flow
erlarid.” Accompanying the group
with music was Mrs. Delores W.
Sanders. A very enjoyable trip
was had by all.
■ « * ivhen CAROLINIAN newsman J. B. Har
ren spotted the above gracious Raleigh mother and her 15-month
old twin boys cruising up East Martin Street he just had to slop and
"shoet” them and ask names afterwards. The trio proved to be Mrs.
Foy .Johns and twin boys, Michael Thornton (left) and Marshall Art
ist Johns of 202 Bart Street. Mrs. Johns is the former Valentine Artist
of Smithfield, (J. B BARREN FOTO).
First Congregational Christian ;
Church - Sunday morning wor-1
ship: Church School at 9:45, Supt.,
Mr. Shermand Lewis. Morning i
worship began at 11:00 o’clock. Jt. i
was Men’s Day. The male chorus j
had charge of music under the di- !
ruction of Mr. Ernest Massenberg. \
Scripture lesson was read by Mr. !
W. A. Rainbow. The pastorial
prayer was given by Mr. J. A. j
Burns. Introduction ot guest speak- j
| er, Mr. A, G. Turner. Guest speak- j
or. Prof. Carl E. Devane of Show I
University, who delivered a well- j
rounded address. The pastor. Rev. i
H, Cunningham, and congregation, j
was well pleased.
Martin St. Baptist Church Sun- j
day morning worship: Church!
School at 9:45. Supt Mi. H C High, j
Sr. A large number was present.
Morning worship at 11:00 o'clock
Music was furnished by the Jun
ior Choir, under the direction of
Mrs. H. C. Reese. The pastor, Rev.
P. H. Johnson, preached a high
message from the Book of Psalms,
133, “The beauty of Christian
Unity." A full house enjoyed this
Young’s Chape! C M. E Church -
rSunday morning worship: church
school at 9.45. Morning worship at
11:00 o'clock. Music was furnished
by the Senior Choir, under the dir
ection of Miss Bettie G. Broadie.
A very inspiring sermon was giv
en by the pastor. Rev. J. N Lev
erette, from the Book of Ist Cor
inthians, 15th Chapter, 10th verse:
“But by the Grace of God 1 am
what I am.”
Union Baptist Church - Sunday
morning worship: Church School
at 10:00 o’clock. Supt , Mr. Walter
Price. Church service at 11:30 a. m.
The pastor. Rev. George Mitchell,
brought, a very spiritual message
to his congregation and many visi
tors were made welcome.
Lilly of The Valley: Sunday
morning worship had a full day
with the Pitt County Union in s 3-
! day session. President, Rev. A. G.
! Marsh. The pastor, Rev. A. G. Gra
, ham, and members of the church
are in deep sympathy with the
, assistant pastor, Rc-v. Hardy San
ders, in the death of his wife, Mrs.
, Elizabeth Sanders, whose funeral
was held Sunday afternoon at 1:30
> p. m. from the church with the pas
tor officiating. Burial was in Hill-
First Baptist Church - Sunday
morning worship: Church School
at 9:30 A. M. Supt., Mr. W. H. Tay
; lor, Sr. Morning worship at 11:00 o'
clock. The male chorus was in
! charge of music. Call to worship:
| ‘Amazing Grace.” Procession. "The
i Son of God Goes Forth.” Scripture
I lesson by Rev. Lester.
A dynamic message was deliver
j i d by Rev. C. W. Kerry, pastor of
j the Friendship Baptist Church in
i Charlotte. Subject, "The Blessing of
I Possessing Nothing.” Many visitors
| were made welcome.
Happy Birthday to Master Lee
Our deepest sympathy goes out
; to Mr and Mrs. Samuel Paige and
! family in the death of Mrs. Paige’s
■ grandfather, Mr. Allen Edwards, of
St. Paul A M. E. Church: The
j Sunday School was favored with a
very fine review of the lesson by
the pastor, the Rev. L. S. Penn.
The highlight was a belated birth
day letter sent by Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Williams whose birthday was
j in March. Mr. Williams was 87-
| years-old and has been a member
j of St. Paul for 79 years Mrs. Wil-
I hams is 85 and has been a mtm
; ber for 55 years. They have been
j married 58 years.
| The pastor’s sermon was most
j inspiring. His tex* was taken from
| Matthew 16-24. "Then said Jesus
! unto hl< disciples, If any man will
come after me, let him deny him
self. arid take up his cross, and
j His subject was, "The Price of
Following Jesus,” It was a most
helpful and forceful sermon. The
Junior Choir, under the direction
of Mrs. Geneva Brown, rendered
the music. Mamie Riddick and
Phyliss Mann were the soloists for
The annual Sunday chool, under
the direction of Miss R. H G. Mc-
Cauley, was held Sunday night.
Teachers for the meeting were Miss
Anna M. Cooke. Messrs. Joseph
Stredwick and Charles Irving. Mr.
Stredwick gave the general re
view. It was a very interesting
study of the lesson. The offering
was over ninety dollars.
Friends of Mrs, Beatrice Wil
liams and Bennie Allen regret to
hear of their illnesses at St. Agnes
Mr. Paul Webb is somewhat im
proved to the delight of his friends.
He is at Duke Hospital.
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Sunday, March 31.
The occasion was sponsored by
the United E,.tra Session of the
Baptist Association, Woman’s
Auxiliary-Ministers and Deacons
Union, Raleigh Ministerial Alli
ance, Johnston Association Coop
erating. The Theme was “Meeting
the Christian Challenge of Chris-!
The Reverend George S. Stokes
of Middlesex presided as modera
tor of the Sunday morning ses
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