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RALEIGH PERSONALS . CLUBS . CHURCHES
Mr. Perry Kir,ton of 1013 S.
Vilmington St left the city Fri
iay, accompanied by Mr. Hubert
Barber to spend Father's Day
vith his daughter, Mrs. Dezolce
fohnson in Washington D C.
Mesdames Ruth M. Lawrence.
Bessie M. Wesley and Bessie W
More were hostesses for an af
er-rehearsal Cake Cutting for the
•tuvrw s’ns -Brown wedding party
it the homt of Mrs. Lawrence, 844
2. Lenoir Street.
Gu rtsts were received at the door
jy Mrs. Addie G. Logan. Punch
vas poured by Miss Laura Brown
The bride-elect received a cor
■age of gardenias and a gift of
ihina in her chosen pattern.
A poim d'venise and out
work cloth ocvered the table,
Psie pink flowers and pink
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tapers were used. The beauti
ful pink and white cake was
at one end of the table where
"Ges-i" proceeded the brides
maids in rutting slices.
Tlie maids found surprises in
their shoes which caused much
fun and enjoyment.
Arrangements of mixed summer j
flowers were used throughout the
house. There were thirty guests.
The bride’s mother and the
groom's mother assisted sn the
Summer molds of frozen fruit
salad with ether delicacies were
served throughout the evening.
Good-byes were said to Mrs Al
berta High and the hostess
Hostess at Scries of Parties
Miss Neiime Peebles, daughtei
of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peebles of
910 Oberlin Rd , was hostess at a
series of parties recently.
One was a graduation party
which, was held on the Peebles
lawn. The decoration of the lawn
was very colorful, which carried
out the class colors of blue and
Some of the latest records were
played and this enabled the guests
to dance and enjoy good music. A
delicious repast was served. The 1
menu consisted of chicken salad ■
sandwiches, open-faced pimento i
BY MRS. MAY BROADIE
"0 God. help us to see the value
| of worthwhile things, lovely flow
ers, companionship of friends,
laughter of children, love of wife
or husband, and above all, help us
to see the king in His beauty.”
Union Baptist Church Sunday
morning worship: Church School
at 10:30 A. M. Supt., Mr. Walter
Price Morning worship at 12:00.
o'clock non. A very inspiring mes
sage was preached by the pastor,
Rev. George Mitchell.
St. Paul”A. M. E. Church: Sun
day School opened st the usual
hour with Mrs. Hattie Mitchell
presiding. The lesson was review
ed by Mr. W. A. Rainbow, and
closing remarks were made by the
As the text for the morning ser
vice, the pastor, the Rev. L. S.
Penn, used Luke 15-20. He brought
out in this Father's Day sermon,
cheese, fruit punch, potato chips,
mints and peanuts.
On Monday, June 10th, the
Girl Scouts sponsored a wein
ner roast at the home ot Miss
Peebles, who is president of
her troop. Each girl scout was
privileged to invite guests.
They enjoyed participating in
a game of softball. Later hot
dogs, potato chips, pickles and j
soft drinks were served.
Christian Education Meet
The Directors of Christian Edit- »!
cation Os the Raleigh District and j
of the A, M. E. Zion Church met ji
’•vith Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Carson j
at the parsonage 424 Watson St.,
where they devised and made
plans for the Workshop to be
conducted at the Church School
Convention at Beaver Creek the j
Ist week in July. Mrs. W. D. Car- j
son is the President of the Direc- ;
Mock Wedding Planned
Rush Memorial Church is spon
soring a Mock Wedding the. Ist
of July. We extend and ask mem
bers of other churches to come and
take a part, the purpose of which
is for the Building Fund of our j
church. Rehearsal will be held !
Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the j
church. Any assistance given will
be greatly appreciated
"The Prodigal Son” in a very |
forceful way. Said he. a good fs.th- j
er loves his children (2) provides •
for them, and (3) advises them. It
was a wonderful sermon ort “The
Traits of a good Father.’ The men’s
Chorus rendered the music for the
morning and night services.
The pastor's text for the evening
service was from Luke 9:38. Sub
ject, “Importance of Fatherhood.”
Both services were very uplifting.
The sympathy of our members
goes out to Mrs. Geneva Brown in
the passing of her husband, Mr.
Herbert Brown. Funeral services
were held at his native home,
Elizabeth City. Those attending
the funeral from Raleigh were
Mrs. B. J. Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Mann and daughter, Phyllis,
Mr. and Mrs. ames Riddick and
daughter, Mamie, Messrs. Joseph
Thomas and Herman White.
Martin Street Baptist Church:
Church School, at 9:43 with Miss
Josephine Hunter, assistant super
intendent, presiding Morning wor
ship at 11:00 o'clock. It was An
nua! Men's Day and they were
there In large numbers. The Male
Chorus furnished music, under the
direction of Mr. Ernest Massen
burg. Responsive reading was led
by Mr. Jessie Sanders from Ist
Corinthians. 2nd chapter. The
speaker was introduced by Mr. D.
j H. Keck. .Speaker, Atty. Herbert
Park of Grensbom, who brought
a dynamic address.
Wilson Temple Methodist Church
Sunday morning ■ worship: Church
School at 8:45. The superintendent,
Mis* Nannie Morgan, presided.
Morning worship at 11:00 o’clock.
The senior choir had charge of
music, under the direction of Miss
Nannie Morgan. Organist, Mr.
Leon Haywood, processional, “The
Kingdom of God.”
The pastor, Rev. C. L. Gidney.
delivered s very god sermon All
members and friends were happy
to know that Rev. Gidney has re
turned to Wilson Temple afier at
tending the Western Confernoce,
which was held in Grensboro.
Many happy expressions were
waiting to greet his return in pray-
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Warren County Group Dedicates
$30,000 Church Building June 30
WARRENTON - June 10 - The
Rev. J. H. Foster, Pastor, will
lead the members of the Greater
Lovely Hill Baptist Church in the
dedication of their new Sanctuary
Building, valued at $30,009. the
first of two proposed units for
the church in services at the
Church Sunday, June 30, at 11
The Greater Lovely Hill Church
located in Embro community is one
of Warren county's historical
churches, dating back to 1870 and
established under the leadership
of sister Lizzie Clanton, main
GREATER LOVELY H ILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Eptocop«l Church Photo
IT’S A JUNE WEDDING for two Eskimo Episcopalians, with
Episcopal Bishop William Jones Gordon* Jr., tying the knot, in
a scene from “Light of the North,* one of the thirteen films
produced by the Episcopal Church. % The film senes, “Mission
at Mid-Century* has been carried by more than one hundred
and twenty television stations throughout tha United States.
ers. words and am tie#.
Oberlin Baptist. Church Sun
day morning worship: Church
School opened at 9.45 with the
superintendent, Mr. Curtis, In
charge. The Junior Choir had
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Mary G. Pulley. .Dr.
Grady Davis painted a beautiful
picture from the 16th chapter of
St. Luke, The Father of the Pro
digal Son," which inspired the con
gregation. The many friends of Mr.
Fab Smith, Sr . are glad to hear
that he is improving.
First Congregational Church
Sunday Morning worship; A very
largo number was present for
Church School at 9:45. Mr, Sher
man Lewis, presided. Tits senior
choir was in charge of music.
From the Book of Acts, Ist chapter
and Blh verse, The pastor, Rev.
Howard Cunningham, delivered an
Lilly of the Valley Church’s
pastor and members are in deep
sympathy with Mrs. Mary Barrett
i<nd family in the death of Mrs.
Barrett’s son-in-law, Mr. Clarence
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i taining an active membership of
The unit to he dedicated
is a beautiful and spacious,
brick veneer building contain
ing five rooms for instruction
' a! purposes, pastors study,
choir and library; and a seat
ing capacity of about 400
The dedication activities will
get underway with the Sunday
: School hour at 10 o'clock. Mo: r •
: i ing worship service will begin at
. | 11:00 with Dr. C. E. Griffin of Nor-
I j folk bringing the message. Din- j
I I ner will then be served on the j
■ 1 grounds ot the church under the j
Church Sunday Morning Wor
ship: Church School at 9:45, Mrs
Della Ford, superintendent Morn
ing worship at. 11 'fin o’clock with
the Junior Choir in charge of
music under the direction of Miss
Bettie J. Broadie. The pastor, Rev.
J. N, Leverette, brought a very
inspiring message from the 10th
chapter of St. John, 20-30 versos,
Jesus honoreth His Father," which
v as explained beautifully.
First. Baptist Church Sunday
Morning worship with Church
School at 9:30 A. M . superintend
erst, Mr. W H. Taylor, Sr. iri charge.
A large number present. Morning
worship 11:00 o'clock A. M. Senior
Choir in charge of mueie, directed
by Mrs. M. T James. minister of
music. Mrs. E. M. M. Kelly, Soloist,
Mrs. M. T. James. Scripture read
ing was led by Rev. J. A Lester.
Our pastor greeted the congrega
tion by saying he wa3 very happy
to see such a large number pre
sent. From the 10th Verse of the
Ist Chronicles, he delivered a vary
Mrs. J. K, Cooper of 605 South
East Street has returned home
after spending the week end with
her daughter, Mrs. Jacquelyn
Flowers and children in Florida,
She reports a wonderful trip.
Little Mis Alfreds Hunter it:
spending her vacation in Florida
Happy birthday was said to
Master Alford Hunter, who cele
brated his 7th birthday, He Invited
many title friends who helped him
celebrate this occasion.
’. Jones, left, Si?te agent In
charge of the A and T Exten
sion Service. The banquet was I
held along with the annual Ex
tension Agents’ Training Con- j
ference at A and T last week.
service o.f the Willing Worker*
Members o' the Church will at
2:00 dedicate new church furni
ture that has been installed by
various organizations of the church
with Kev. S. G. Dunslon deliver
ing the message. “Such building
was realized" declared the pastor,
the Rev ,T Tt. Foster, “through
individual effort of the member
ship, donations from friends of
the community and distant cities. !
HAMPTON, Va.-The proposal
for an academic center to study
world-wide integration made here
today by Thomas K. Pinietter,
former Secretary of the Air Force,
m the commencement address at
Hampton Institute was accepted
by the college president, Alonzo
Moron regards Finietter’s
proposal as “a challenge and
a step that can be taken by
our country towards the so
lution of the twin problems:
peace and the achievement of
In reviewing Finietter’s sugges
tion that a group of distinguished
social scientists be brought to
gether to conduct research into
the problem of world-wide inte
gration, President Moron under
lined the importance of the ad
dress. In evaluating the speech.
Moron compared it to that made
by General George C, Marshall, at
Harvard, in which he outlined the
Two other commencement ad
dresses were ranked by Moron
with Finietter’s today: Winston-
Churchill’s speech at Fulton, Mo,,
and President Eisenhower’s speech
last year at Baylor, Texas. The
President’s Texas address was the
occasion for the unveiling of his
People-to People Program.
“Hampton stands ready to ac
cept this challenge,” Moron stat
ed “Because of our ninety years
of history as an interracial facil
ity for education,” the college
president explained, “we seem to
qualify for consideration as a lo
cation for the kind of center pro
posed by Mr. Finletter."
He pointed out, that the school’s
success has been achieved in spite
of its operating in what is regard
ed as an unfavorable situation for
the prospect of integration.
Finletter stated that his
proposed center for the study
of integration on a world
wide basis would “most ap
i proprlately originate in the
j South . . . because ... it
| would be free of any charge
1 that there was meddling by
people of the North or the
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other parts of the country,
where the problem was less
fctCtliCL Tvitl’? fig pwiyKlome if
(lie South where the problem
is more difficult.
“I envision that center, too, as
an integrated microcosm of those
societies in which our young peo
ple will be working. I believe
that living in such a setting will
better equip Americans to divest
themselves of those preconceived
sterotypes that will bar them in
, their assignments abroad from
! communicating our essence, our
policy, to the new free people of
“In other words, a postgraduate
six months of internship that
i would bring a new prespective
i intellectually and emotionally to
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