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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, August 10, 1957, Page PAGE SIXTEEN, Image 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN Sanford Plays Host To 41st Annual Meet Os Deep River Baptist Sunday School By DORSEIT W. HEADEN SANFORD The 41st Annual j assion of the Deep River Baptist unday School and B. T U. Con ention o:' North Carolina was eld at the New Zion Baptist Ihurch, located in the .Tor. shore Weights section her.-. July 20-28, Ihth a Jar:,-, attendance. Mrs O S. fayton of Dunn i> p.aaiaii.i and Rev. J. V'. .Vi.; son ii| Siler City 5 hosi pastor THEME: SOWING TODAY REA PI N G TOMOK ROW" The annual theme address of the » : | SUMMER BEAUTY ON PIC NIC PARADE-—A truly lovely spectacle at North Carolina Col lege’s annual Summer Pirnil last week «•>•» aU»--icth’p Miss - ••• - ***** waa <«■ m-uwx*' • mei 2 We /Ire Pleased To Congratulate The Raleigh Branch 0? MECHANICS & FARMERS SANK I \ ' In Its Hew Anil \ j Modern Quarters ; v’ t „ ‘ , ACE Plumbing Company Y. R GRIGSBY, Prop. j i>T 1 Mt. Vernon St Durham Tel. 2-2463 convention was delivered Friday morning by Mrs. Burnice Bland on "Sowing Today—Reaping To morrow.'' While Mis. P. L. Foster of Thomasville made the response to this wonderful address, every one seemingly enjoyed the hap penings There were many visitors present. Bunch was served on the church grounds. In the a flei noun of the first day's session with Dorsett W. Hea der;, vice-president, presiding, a panel discussion—-‘'The Sunday School and Our Talents” discussed i Frances Jean Romrick of States* j viiie, N, C, One of some I,<loo | students at the picnic, Miss Ren- Hick and her melon were some | of the more attractive- features I of the outing. ' by Mrs. O. P. Foster—was the 1 highlight of the day. Others talk ing on the topic included: Mrs, , Collie Tuck of Sanford, Mrs. O . mega G. Herring of Siler City, Rev. M. P. McCJeave of Greensbo : ro. and Rev. Mr. McDannel, pas , tor of First Baptist Church at Dunn. The young Rev. R. W. Perry of . Sanford delivered the introduction i sermon. Rev. Perry talked on the . subject, "It is good to associate I with somebody who is going some where” He went on to say “We must be able to advertise God, | We (as ministers) must preach the I Kingdom of God.” The young preacher is a student ; t Shaw University, a native of Chatham County, a former student from Goldston High School (now named J. S. Waters Public School). He is a member and pastor of the Taylor's Chapel Baptist Church near Goldston. He is also pastor of the New Light Baptist Church and Summer Grove Baptist Church both located at Oxford. OFFICERS Officers to serve the Sunday School Convention for another year are: Mrs. O. S. Fayton, Dunn. President? I>. W. Dead en, Goldston, vice-president: Mr. T. J. Foster, Liberty, se cond vice-president: Miss E. J. Matthews. Carthage, recording secretary; Miss Ruth Graves, Col ridge, corresponding sec retary; Mrs. Omega Herring, Siler City, Music; fsorry this reporter fatted to get all the names of officers of the con l vention). B. T. U. CONGRESS Saturday afternoon was set a j side for the Baptist. Training Uni j on with the president Rev. M. P. McCleave Greensboro presiding j over the business session. The i young president is a veteran of | World War 11, a graduate of A I l~ aTpruguiuiiirnM rrM iiirTiiii ~~ ~~ ~~ lumwum msm is^» rr jsurtxuiiMW | Cameron Village Inc. Extends Sincere I Congratulations j To The | ] MECHANICS & FARMERS BANK .. OF RALEIGH j R. R. Markley A. I. A Architect DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Associate Walter G» Smith —Mechanical Engineer ! l Our Organization is Proud To Have Had A Part In The Hanning And Construction Os Such A Modern | Building As The Mechanics & Farm ers Bank Raleigh Branch j FOR THE EXPANSION OF RALEIGH BUSINESS ii , irfrrTwtiT - „ I rniitiinminiin iiiiiwiiißMaiwiiMnii -it«Ti-m.ir< misurnnwiamisntibi *m —iiiuimimiiff■ nfiTirrmi—min 9mmwvm aud T. College, Grensboro. pastor of Fir&l, Baptist Church, Siler Cs tv, son of Rev. and Mrs. A. F. McCleave of Sanford, married the former Miss Maxine Hausley, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Archie Hausley of Bon Lee. This was noted as one of the best conventions in history. Next Congratulations .. . and Best Wishes MECHANICS & FARMERS BANK OF RALEIGH j On Your Fine New Banking Facility It is a credit to the banking and ' v ! business world of Raleigh ! ACME REALTY COMPANY Real Estate * Rentals * Surety Bonds Fire and Automobile Insurance 129 E. Hargett St. Dial TE 2-0956 j Raleigh, N. C. j THE CAROLINIAN year we will meet at Taylors Chapel Church. Barbecued schieken is dona and ready to serve when the leg bone will twist easily in the socket Cigarette output during 1958-57 ic running over 3 per cent above 1955-56. Congratulations To MECHANICS & FARMERS BANK OF RALEIGH We Are Happy To Have Been Chosen To Make The Electrical Installation In Your New Building UNION ELECTRIC ! COMPANY INC. 2241 Fayetteville Road Durham, N. C. j * Ready Mixed CONCRETE | ' Furnished For The | Mechanics & Farmers j Bank i i j ! —By |- Ready Mixed Concrete | Company I ; 813 W. Hargett Street Raleigh’, N. C. ri inwT"r j^r, ~" ■ —'*—."".'l" —.—- ...... ■ '-rrxrrmatszrs- —she -w luuauLasuawE'.rassssffw | Congratulations \ * I ~ * and Best Wishes I * i i MECHANICS & FARMERS - BANK ... OF RALEIGH J DILLON SUPPLY I COMPANY imwawiMrimw—iMMWM'lLMa—l WEEK ENDING SAT., AUGUST 10, 1957

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