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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1957
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ROXBORO Mrs »na Beas
ley threw a birthday party last
Wednesday night, and word got a
round that it was one oi the best
% ever Cut flowers in the living
.room promoted every essence os
tb si 1 iv. r reason. < ■ <■:'■.• m
'Set ham sandwiches and soft
Hfenks were served ala carte re-
Satyrs hid a fir id day C kc
i 'ftm;; nme took pr;>- s sen
<"• 'te One i ■:•. !-y
the® hostc-s and the lighted can
d ,1 be '. i v .lob' ob-ss
th' jjr stood, ar white ns ‘he rob ot
iiv • v stal vir tins: ' be iv
r eds that flickered fnen the body
< > Mhe heart-shaped b!a?.< lost ;-.s
b Siam. ■ i t!:i " *r:d bye :
v ‘tl e one fcic blow.
The ho.-.. . - we iv : : ■ ~
ibis' f an fiti. v.:
V Slb r eh d on b*v-
fair lire tJa: i it-! is or Virginia—
carte Maggie Johnson—Miss Rene
Bow—from Ya nceyvi ] to.
Home-towners— Miss Edith Nor
wood, Rosalie Johnson. Mis. Get
trade Cunnmgharn, P: '■ Holloway
-—Mrs. Emma Barnett and the Mis
ter Mrs. Mary Bohm? Nath
Jordon arid the wife,
W. O. Bradsher tSirririr gas
man o.’i-the-hilii —and wife happy
evented Icif-t \yeok 'ds twins.
two baby girls. ,
Ditto for the James Fullers .
‘‘Trainer" and Anne .. only it's one
.. baby girls.
Peter Johnson is net who
he looks good My man!
The conso-dated Durham R. ms
and ftcNhoro Celts burled the lir.-t
reund of the State svmi-pro base -
Rv Mias Yeti* £ Dunn
AT -. VJ X Ibcytor. Jr. entortair
eel at a Bridge Parly, f-b.-iv : '' rnor- ■.
nir,s: at bar home on East North. Si ]
Three tables for icCP - ■ f.ri
up in the spacious Kali, where av- :
rer.gcrv nl' of pink giodtou : '« i
greenery ffit? used for awrs- t
During ploy, the hostess, srriS'cn ;
by Mis RuV.v'; M. Kornesay served !
cold fni.il, potato chips and chc-.-c
wafers with iced drinks
After two own :y:c,low of bridge. !
S salad pi te w, « n rv< • ir mb'
tion to Mi - Koroc.c.v,. gu:>‘> ;
playing Jririmted M, ivncvs Ar- j
thur Isler, Marshall Isier. U, Oavio j
Kir.es, H E. Beech. Eiir n Cnapmao, j
Rufus Ftemman. James Cm .cron, |
L. P. c-fi'cheiL Kvarv Kitr.irc am. ,
Anne B Ingram of Newport News, j
Vp . a''"- pi wina were Misses Kath- |
T i "‘ 'V e £ 1
Bynum and Mr; < '-n has j
ici.ned her huCbenci. L.; .umoioa |
here and will remain permanently, j
Mr. and Mr s Robert Phillip' j
■mere- visiting Mrs Phillip? sL“ : •
on Chestnut' St. , last week. Mrs, :
Mr.-. Anno B Ingram was gue« ;
c* honor at a buffet su; per v/uh !
Mrs. Hem K Fter ' ' hmtvm fn j
her beautiful home cm L. Blount :
S; on s recent Saturday evening >
r,:i.' •- arrived ni 6 p.m and were j
greeted by the host css and her sis- ?
ter, Miss Rtibye M. Komogay.
Three very interesting' games j
w re eend'.Ktod by Jlirs P-vol’ne i
Kornsgsy anu 'vitirmry v.i b -
Clementine Choprcm, V ir- j
ginia Payton. Louise Isler and :
klu-s ThUma Albritton
* The guests wise ’Yor invited ]
into the dining wm the :
table war decorated web white j
llßdioU, on a shell pink bed-: - j
ground. Grouped around' the cen
ter piece were puik ~md ! hde ,
plush bottom minicv.';'' French !
Provincial chairs Earn twived j
to the gladioli by rtsinty white j
Chicken i ad with wntb.m.c-nt' |
punch and lovely lily t!wrv d ice ,
cream completed th? menu. __
Other guests were Alls:;- y J
M. Jones, Anna M. Kaye. Kother* |
me Alien and Mcsdarnes f.icK.m
]cy Battle and Albr-C-i H r r-
Mr?--; Besom M- Cox was visiting
relatives. Mr*. Beatrice King and
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ROXBORO. N. C.
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North Carolina’s Oldest State
Celebrating It s
y mber Federal Deposit
S2f) Durham Itoad
ROXBORO, N. 0.
j ball tournament Saturday night by
!: dging th 1 Rainy Shell teem of
! Greensboro 2-3.
! But Friday night. 26th. st 8.30
• they take m the fast Roanoke Ra
il ids outfit with the old pro Dicy
| King on the mound Here's hop
ling Hare’s Hick to the Rains. .
But Roanoke Rapids will face
John Coleman and that* the dif
ference . and if he- is right' you
can lay odds.
Coleman has been a powerhouse
on the mound for fourteen years ..
| lie first won fame with the Ole
■ Durham F.yr’es back in 1943 He
i afterwards changed over to the
: old Bahimore Elite Giants and
i war eyed by the Brooklyn Dodgers
| tat a baseball mongul by the
- \V,.:. -of Isi >■ son
: \ .Hr, Fir-., ;nd manager of the
: Jacksonville Eagles needled Cole
| nu-.n into casting his lot with his
I nut.fit .The Eagles were a tour
|we group which finally settled
n .n baskatrfinwrir;, Canada
i and won the Canadian league
4 . t ,n: ;. i- j: .. •. u u du jvk: »>» >*.
■ honicU'Hvn i? City, Va . .to
1 rk-tf.* his home i4am U the Boxboro
| pProhable Line up: Eddie Hud
j son, catching. Ai White, center
field, Walter Thomas, first base,
; Fme Hayes second base, Joe Day,
j s hor‘ slop, Withy Boystnr, third
bare, Artis Plummer, right field,
John i.Lefty) Coleman, pitching.
, D. Darny, ieftfietd..
tic: p.osk of sharon cllb
Tli o Rose of Sharon Club of
; i’w First Baptist Church held its
I monthiy meeting, Monday evening
’ July iJ, at the home of Mrs. Lor
i ,e Roh>r.son on Hillsboro Street,
iy Th the President. Mrs. M. U.
' Harris presiding. The devotion was
| conducted by the Pres. Mr#.. M. U.
Mr and Mw Harold Taylor, in j
1 New York last week. j
Ml WiiUam Muls of Akron, C-
! Ho. T ft: recently afi-ar -visiting hi#
, Ms. and Mrs Joseph F.
Mills of near here. While hi re, he
I dinner guest of his sisters and j
i their families, Mr. and Mrs. Milton j
r.t IJn,- a : r, ST and "h; grid i
i »'r? Genre-- V.'hitc of Oak St j
T’ .-nt vHtr- of the’ Dover on i
DM- Ft -,-r-o r.t,- e-d' Aric j
i Dovin-'D-i T m". teten-1 *t '' r !
I -r-- T'.r-r f« the fornvr A? - Ella I
• 7ufU.-y Tj: i. Kvw%Si
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j w^rr ~nt rlijoiw m .-!t «r *Vi. j
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! home on T. c - oU- Rt r«o- rocontly
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SEd yea: ion ■ Worker hns -••eturned j
| homo in Cove Ci .- est nr conduct
! trip a two v‘oo’ V v th Confer
j ence in Dinwi'.ty. Virginia. At
! tenriin" were sevnrnl voiiih«, from
I'Tf "' Bo'-n. K" "tor arv' nirround
| in a orcep yr E. Hill, assisted
j with conduct; d>^Missions.
I St. Au.-rusti*. Eniscopa! Church
j Sunday School niovad sn ont
;in , HHlo’vpv perk on Tvcsctay
' The Kinston IntcrdcnOmination-
I ;■ i Ushers Union will celebrate its
j f'Tth Anniversary at th? St. John
Free Will Bartis* Church on Sun
[ day, July 28.' a! run. Rev. LE.
| Austin, president f Nor'h Caro
! Una Ushers Association will be the
i guest speaker. The public is cor
; dially invited to attend.
| Quarterly Service - were held at
the Firs: Baptist arch on East
j St. Sunday, July 21. Rev. TJ G,
i Move pastor of trie church deliv
j erode morning nd afternoon
| The Young Pe i ...'s Christian
! League o? the St John Free Will
! Baptist Church presented a prog-
I ram at the church on Sunday
[ j ”-i.§bt. July 21 at 8 p.m.
I A solo and poem were offered
j; by Miss Mary Branch and Mrs.
I H">t* Dogggtt, respectively, Guest
j | speaker of the evening was Miss
1 Vetta Dunn, who use s a theme
' Youth of the Church, Today and
I Tomorrow.” Miss Ora Cox was
chairman of the program Commit
REIDSVILLE, N. C.
Phone DI 9-7044
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After the business session a
social hour was enjoyed. A deli
cious repeat was served by the
hostess, Mi Robinson. Among
those present were: Mrs. Helen
Bullock, Mrs. Sylvia Pointer, Mrs.
Isabelle Majors, Mrs. Amelia Sat
By MRS. ANNIE H THORPE
Our services on Sunday were
graced with the presence of mem
bers of the Dunbar Club of this
City. The services began promptly
at !1 o’clock am. with the senior
choir singing "Cod of our Fathers"
with the praver of consecration a
rour.d the altar.
..After the singing of the Doxolo
gy. "Praise God”, and the pastoral
player, hymn No. 533 "O God our
help in ages past” was sung lined
by our pastor, Rov. \V. D. Carson.
The responsive reading was for
the 27th Sunday, "God's loving
Kindness ” Scripture lesson was
then read by our pastor from Jo
shua 3rd chapter comprising 1'
verses Prayer was offered.
Our 2nd hymn. No, 317 "From
every stormy wind that blows' was
sung while the congregation medi
tated. The pastor then chose his
text from Joshua the Ist chapter
and the Bth verse, "Be strong and
and of a good courage: for unto
this people shah, thou divide for
an inheritance the land, which I
swore unto their fathers to give
them." The minister began by
saying that this was God's charge
to" Joshua to be strong arid of good
courage. God always advises his
people how to lead. He saw in
Joshua a very strong leader. I?
v, e are strong we will be able to
One must also bo courageous.
This was indeed a poweriul mes
sage. It was full of inspiration and
enthusiasm, and well received by
all who were privileged to witness
the same. In the afternoon we
were privileged to worship at the
Lilly of the Valley Free Will Bap
tist Church where our pastor de
livered another great message.
H? chose the Ist Psalm for his
discourse. Being a very hot day
at the evening hour the minister
spoke briefly from the 84th. Psalm
and the Ist verse. "How amiable
are thy tabernacles."
We are grateful to th? Dunbar
Club and extend to other Clubs
of the city an invitation to worship
with us at your earliest convent
Mrs. Sarah Davis of 523 E Caber
,.,!S st -i vacationing in Richmond,
Va , she plans also to visit other
points in Vrginia
' Mrs. Bessie Blalock of OoerUn
Rd. is among our sick and shut-ins.
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i LEXINGTON ■ Rev. Allen of;
i Goodwill and congregation held |
I a service at: New Jersey AME Zion
Church Sunday night at 8 o ciock.
' Mrs. Frankie Estwick from New ;
y or k citv. N. Y. has returnee :
heme after • spending several days j
with her mother, Mrs. Madeline •
Commander of 12th District
State Vice Commander Plum- |
er Vine of The American Legion
has announced the appointment |
of George L Singleton of this!
city, as Commander of the 12t,h ■
’ District of Division Six. Winston- j
Salem. Mount. Airy, High Point j
Thomasville and Lexington wii.;
be under Mr. Singleton's coni- <
Singleton has been instrumen-j
tal in community work and ser-1
vice for a number of years. He
has been Master of Troop '2lO j
since 1936. with exception of
three years and eight months j
spent in the service reaching the i
rank of T-4. He holds the Bronze
Star medal and unit citation for
saving Lt. Henry McGrew’s life.
Mr. McGrew’s father at the time
was associate editor of the "Times j
Picayune”, a New Orleans Daily ■
paper. He has served as command- j
er of Post 255 for several years, j
and also as chairman of the Amer
’cahism Committee Division,
chairman of the Red Cross on two
occasions- At present he is Service.
Officer of Post 255 A former
member of The Laymans League i
and a member of the First Bap-;
List Church. He and his family, j
Mrs Mamye Singleton and daugh-
I ter. Esther Mae, live at 207 Hart
i man St.
Scout Troop 210
Troop 210 of First Baptist
1 Church, spent an enjoyable day
|at Boone’s Cave Saturday, July
' 13. Approximately 25 boys saw
j for the first time the stamping
: ground of this great American
I The American Flag was placed
,on the Boone memorial’s right
land the troop Flag on the left
j The boys pitched tents around
j the monument and proceeded to
I follow the beaten trials through*:
' out the area seeking their de3-
i tlnations. Last but not least, they
j entered the cave and proceeded
; to move forward. The area, was
! then policed to look spick, and
i span before leaving for home.
Guests included Kalford Car
i son Sr, who brought. i(je for the
! water cooler, James Bryson car
j ried the troop to and from Boone's
; Cave, Thomas carried equipment
—along with Scout Master Sin
gleton, John Witherspoon, and
Charles Carson former scout
! home on leave fiom the Navy Mr.
! Carson served as assistant Scout
Our thanks to Mr. Bryson, the
| good deed—transportation, also
Mr. McCall and Mr. Carson.
i terfield, Mrs Delma Harris, Mrs.
j Frances Woods, Mrs. Brenton Nel
i son. Miss Rosalie Hay sol, Miss Ru
| fey Stewart, Miss Mamie St--wart,
i Mrs Lily Johnson, Mrs. M. U,
; Han is, and the hostess, Mrs. Rob
i THOMAS VILLE Coach James
| Helper has produced one of me j
greatest softball teams in the stale j
l: is not cut of keeping for Coach j
Helper to be a: the helm of a crack j
team, for at Church Street High j
j School where he is coach, his |
■ terms are always top bracket com- j
I pt tition.
As director of Thomas vflle’s
Memorial Park he has cenered
| what he calls the best softball
’ players in North Carolina, and his j
I team record gives him somewhat i
! of a license to crow.
His out fit is sporting a 10-1 re- !
; T■ ■ .-.H;;,- -hp t-ll -h p, tet
: Recreation League 5-0 of which
I bis team is a member,
i ThojnasvSlle 12, Winston-Salem
Ramblers 5; Thomasville 24, States
! villeviHe i, Thomasville 9, Ra
j leigh Lassiters 7: are just a few
i of the teams that have been taught
| a course in softball by the Ram
i biers. Read about Thomcsville’s
softball team on sport page next
\ week. Helper boasts of such stars
r:s third John Coleman.
I first, baseman James Simms, short
I stop j.James "Slop” Holt and. of
j course. Helper himself is team’s
Joe Dimaggio in cent erf iold.
The t'-am is open for sanies with
| good clubs and will take on any
Memorial Recreation Park h3s
| one director James Helper, three
! life guards, Ace Carter. Aaron
i Aughiry. and Leroy Marshall. As-
I sistanf director is Mrs. Marion
If you think well of your team
| write coach Janie? Helper, 117
j Forsyth St. Thomasville. N. C
I can do all things through
Christ which strengtheneib
| me.— (Philippians 4, 13.)
As He was in the days of
the Apostle Paul, so is the
Lord Jesus Christ present
today at the side of every
righteous man giving ys
freely and overflowing'.:* of
superhuman strength and
power for good. . .. 'Lo, I am
with you always.'
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By MRS. CORNNIA BUNN
KNIGHTDALE Our Revival
was in session all of last week. The
Rev. w. L Wiley from Winston-
Salem, brought to the congregation
a wonderful and spiritual sermon
On Sunday morning st 10:30
Baptising v/ag combined with Oak
! City Baptist Church of Method.
| Sunday School opened at 11:30 a.m.
j with Supt, Lemuel Mial in
At 12:00 Rev. Trotir preach
ed a wonderful sa troop. Thera was
j a large congregation to shara in
| the service. We are happy to have
| visiting friends. The Junior choir
j furnished music for the occasion
i The Lord's supper was taken at
| 7 p.m.
We worshipped with Rev. L. S.
Penn and his congregation at Saint
■ Paul A. M. E. Church on the cor
ner of Edenton and Harrington Sts.
! Raleigh. Rev. Trotter preached for
j the occasion. His text was found
| in the 16th ebaptr, 4th vers* of Job
! using for his subject "The Other
TT,.' K .Ae "O
me( on Friday night of last week
| at the Club Center.
By MRS. IDA L. SCURLOCX
DURHAM Mrs. Mary E. Har
ris of New York City is home visi
ting her brothers. James and Lew
is Laster, of Pratt. Street, for tht
Mrs. Rosa Young of Mullbersy
Street has been spending somt
! time in Baltimore, Md„ and Phil*
: j adelphia Pa visiting her children
Rev r.ri Mrs. T. M. Moxby and
■ daughter Emma, Mrs. Ida L. Scur
j lock and George Gladden motored
| to the Sunday School Convention
! t Cains Chapel Church on July
Mr. Arkors Fuller of Washington.
O. C. was the weekend guest, of
Vlr. and Mrs. J. H Pearley of
| Crest Street.
Mrs. Emma Davis Bynum, for
j meriy of Newport News, Va. has
j returned to her home on 3rd St..
' Wall Town, Durham, after the
i loath of her husband, Mr, Buck
Sick and Shut Ins
■ Mr. Lula Scarlett underwent an
operation ex Duke Hospital.
Mrs, Gattis is a patient in Lln
! coin Hospital.
i Mrs. Iva Johnson is iH at the
j home of her daughter in Hixtown.
Miss Mary L. Stephens has re
; torned home from Lincoln Hospi- !
tal and is reported to b# doing
Mrs. Emm? Latta of Pine Street
; is also ill at home.
Miss Georgie Gladden has re
turned home after » week'* visit
; vith Miss Emma Mesby.
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BY MRS. M. M. BROWN
801 Apoie St. Dial CA 6-3231 |
BURLINGTON—Zone 7 will be,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Wagstaff to Glen Raven, Tues-1
day evening at 8 p.m. Ail mem
bers are urged to be present and 1
Stop, read, then coroe to our
party Saturday cn tire church
lawn from 9:00 a.m, until. First
Baptist Church. Zone 11 will have
hot chicken, fish, hambergers,
all day with cake, pie and ice
MISSIONARY UNION MEETS
The Missionary Union of First j
Baptist Church will meet Mon- *
day evening at 7:30 p.m., at the]
church. All groups are expected, j
Mrs. Mae Ola Ford, a native of j
Lake City, Fla., was a Sunday'
worshipper at the First Baptist
. LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
First Baptist Church. Rev. H. J.;
Cobb, pastor, observed Woman's i
Day, with an all-woman’s choir, j
and Miss Spencer a. Thomas as
chairlady. who presided most
charmingly, presenting Mrs. Ida
F. Jenkins of Greensboro, as
guest speaker for the morning |
j Her theme: “Bass”,
j The test of civilization is found
! in a nation’s women Story of
j the woman at the well—How her
i eyes came open when she found 1
! “The Man” who could tell her all.
j Everyone enjoyed the pleasing
way the speaker presented “Bags
and Their Use”.
Th&t afternoon Rev. H. J. Cobb j
spoke at. Union Ridge, accompani
ed by Mr. Bobby Walker. The oc
casion was Men’s Day.
Mr. V. D. Jenkins, husband of
the speaker and Mrs. Jessie Free-:
man of Tuscaloosa. Alabama >sis~ \
ter of Mrs. Jenkins), weie also
j Mr. Ernest, Hobbs of Detroit,
j Michigan, was among our Sunday
I guests. He is the father of Miss
| Catherine Hobbs.
William Clinkscal, Jr., spent
j Wednesday with his grandparents
j and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. K. E.
j Clinkscales and Miss Iris Clink
j scales, in Graham,
! R.TJJ, had an attendance of
| over 100, Keep coming friends.
Evening service by the youth of
| our church was under the able
j leadership of Miss Virginia
Troliinger and Mrs. Julia D
Brown. The senior choir provided
the music under the direction of
Mrs. H. B Banks
Mrs. Brown presented Miss Peg -!
gie Compton as first speaker on
“Youth's Place In the Sunday
“Youth's Place, in the Baptist
Training Union, Where the Bible
Is Studied and Preparation for
Christian Living Is Made”, was
presented by Miss Alla, Fuller,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Fuller, showing how love and for
giveness will develop good Chris
tian citizens. “Youth's place In
the Choir” by Mias Keith Pen-’
nington, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Warren, who, gave in
detail the services that could be
rendered through music for pleas
ure and the elevation of the heart
and soul when singing and serv
ing. She also offered a challenge
to young men to join and help
Rev. W. M Lake, pastor of.
Ebemeezer chose for his theme.
; after the opening service. “The
! Hunger Promised”
The “Law of Cross-Bearing”. If
any man would come after nr
let him deny himself, take up the
Cross and follow Me.
Mr. Billy Ray, formerly of Me
bane, returned to his home, Bronx.
New York, after spending a week
! here with his family. He is the
i son of Mr. James Ray of Me bane.
| Miss Came L. Crawford, form-
By MRS. R. W. JUDKINS
At 9:30 a.m. Church school was
opened by Mr. Luther Hunter pre
siding as Supt. Mrs. Lula Bass was
j in charge of the primary and the
beginners department.. The lesson
was reviewed by Rev. J. E Marks
Ha brought to us some very inter
11 o’clock service was opened by
Senior Choir No. 1 rendering mus
ic. Opening hymn. "Am I a soldier
of the cross”. Invocation by Rev
J W. Jones, Scripture lesson by
Rev. John A. Thomas of Shaw'
University, followed by a prayer
Rav. Salisbury of Charlotte. Rev.
Jones spoke from the book of Re
velations, the 3rd chapter and
used for his subject the “Seven
Seals”. This was an uplifting mes
sage and was enjoyed by * full
At 5 o’clock the Missionary held
its regular monthly meeting with
Mira, J. W. Jones presiding. F.ve;:
trig service at 7 o'clock was con
ducted by Rev, Salisbury, Invoca
tion by Rev. J. W. Jor.es. Scripture
lesson was read by Rev, ohn A.
Thomas, taken from the 26th chap
ter of St, Luke. A Message was de
livered by Rev. Salisbury, who
used for his subject “The right way
of life * This was s very touching
message and was enjoyed by ev
EFLAND Mr. Ervin McAdoo,
Mrs, Ossie Snipes, and daughter,
Woaatta Snipes, motored to New
York Thursday whore Mr. Ervin
McAdoo’s wife is in summer
schooL While there they v/ill visit
Mr, Louis Douglass and wife is
visiting his friends, and kindred in
Efiand, from Brad dock. Pa They
will Speed 2 week* In gfland
: erly of Mebane is visiting her
I family and friends in Mebane.
I The Rev. E. F, Mebane, who was
j very ill, has improved a little.
| Misses Hattie and Willie Mae
i Foust spent Sunday with Mr. and
] Mrs. Archills Lee of Mebane. i
Mrs. Fannie Mebane of Raleigh •
left Saturday night after spend-!
ing a week with Mrs. Susie Ma- j
lone of Mebane.
Mrs. Viney Watkins of Char- i
lotto is now' visiting Mrs. Mary
Loyd of Mebane: also visiting Mrs.
Lloyd is Mrs. Ethel Watkins of
Miss Corrina Flagg of Philadel -
phia spent a week with Miss Pearl 1
I Mebane and family.
Mr. 'Willie Chambers, formerly!
jof Mebane, has returned to New
j York after spending a w eek with !
i his family.
Mr. Elwood Oliver announces 1
the marriage of his daughter, Miss |
! Margrett Ann Oliver, to Mr. Wil
i Ham D. Ferguson. The- vows were
; spoken Saturday evening in a sim- j
i pie home ceremony on July 20th 1
j with just a few members of the j
family and a few friends. Mrs. |
Ferguson is the daughter of Mr.
! Elwood Oliver and the late Mrs.
i! Margaret Oliver and received her
education at. Jordan-Sellars High
; School and is now employed at
a local school. Mr. Ferguson is
j the son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin i
Ferguson and received his educa- i
j tion at Jordan-Seliars High i
> School, served two years in the
U- S. Army and is now employed I
by a local construction company, j
The couple is now at home, at
i 1312 Thomas A.ve.
There was 3 dinner given re- !
• cent!y in honor of Mr. and Mrs. !
; William D, Ferguson,
The Rev. Sherman Wright of
i Burlington was guest speaker at
the 2nd Presbyterian Church of
| Mebane. Mrs. Wright was a guest
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