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I Mrs. Bessie Blue was hostess to
me Victorians recently at her home
lore. After a short business meet-
Ig the members and guests en
lyed a delicious luncheon. Fi
lochle was the game of the eve.
ling. Mrs. Sara Thompson won
Irst prize ar.d Mrs. Bertha Terry
lon the second prire, The conso-
I'tion prize was awarded to Mrs.
Brace Hayes. Mrs. Clinton Ligon’
las the guest of the club. Mem
lers present were Mesdames Mary
Barter, Lillie H. Hodge. Phyllis
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LINCOLN COURT GUESTS
Mrs. Pattie Collins and Mr.
William Pitts were in the city
to attend the funeral of their
siser and mother, respectively,
Mrs. Bessie Alston Pitts, who
| died in Corona, LL, New York
last week. While here they
j were the house guests of Air.
| and Mrs. Hubert Hayes, Sr.. 201
j Lincoln Court. They returned
to New York Tuesday night
MISS HORTON ENTERTAINS
Miss Grace Horton entertained a
weekend guest from New York last
VISITOR FROM ENGLAND
Mrs. Pollet Young of London,
England was the weekend guest
of Mrs. Eliazbeth Chandler, of 325
E. Edenton Street.
Si’LOK VISITS CITY
Leonard Berhal of the U. S. Navy
was the recent guest of Miss Mar
garet Evans. He has .just returned
from overseas duty.
FINAL EXAMS UNDERWAY
The advanced class of the <’i
vr-lla Bc»uty College is now
“sweating it out" as final ex
aminations are underway.
ROSEBUD GARDEN CLUB
The Rosebud Garden Club met
December 3 at the home of Mrs.
Bessie Cheek, 537 S Bloodworth
Street. The meeting was opened
with devotion. After the business
session the program committee ren
dered a Christmas program, which
consisted of poems and carols with
Miss Emma Hairston at the piano.
Members present were Mesdames
Minnie Burns. A. A. Cooke. E. Mor
gan. Ida Colson, Aultie Green, Pat
tie Higgs. Mary Hargrave, Ida Reid,
Nellie Small. Mable Young, Jen
nie Charles, J W. Jones Callie
Irving, Floya Cotten, and Annie
Robinson. The hostess served three
“GREAT BATTLE OF SONG”
A “Great Battle of Song” will
be held at the Raleigh Safety
VISITORS FROM HOME Miss Danletta Brooks, of Monrovia, Liberia, Bennett College fresh
man. gets news from home from Bishop and Mrs. Prince A. Taylor of the Methodist Church during an
informal chat last week. Miss Brooks, a commercial education major, who will sot be returning to her
homeland until after her graduation from Bennett, gave Bishop Taylor many messages to take back
when he returns to Liberia on January 1.
INTERMISSION TIME These three young women, all freshmen at Bennett College, exchange!
notes during intermission at the annual Thanksgiving Ball held Friday night in the David l). Jones j
Student Union. From the looks on their faces, they are realty enjoying their first formal affair at the!
college. Left to right: Misses Elizabeth Oaise, of Wilmington, Josephine Collins, of Wilson, and Shirley
Dismuke, if Vandergrift, Pennsylvania.
Weekly Church Roundup
Club building' Sunday night,
December 15, beginning at 1:30,
It will feature the Swan SO
vertones of Pittsburgh, i’a., the
Spiritualaires of Columbia, S.
C, and Raleigh's own Sensa
tional Evening Five Quintet,
which consists ot Ed Hall, lead
er and business manager; Wil
liam Giles, Cecil Harris, Wil
liam Banks, ,fr., William Scar
borough and Eugene Brown.
Mrs. Etta Woodlen of Wilming
ton, Delaware, chairman of the In
terracial Committee of the Bahai’s
of the United States, who has been
on a speaking tour through North
Carolina for the past month, will
speak on “Baha’i Solutions for To
day's Problems” at the Richard B.
Harrison Library. 210 S. Blount
St., on Sunday afternoon, Decem
ber 15, at 3:30. The public is cor
dially invited to attend.
Miss Sarah Speed of 515 Under
wood St., N, W., and Miss Lovie
Davis of 1931 lfith St., N. W., Wash
ington, D. C., were the Thanksgiv
ing house guests of New York pub
lic relations man Pete and Marylou
Holden and family in the letters’
apartment in the Colonial Park
Houses, New York City. The Hol
dens are former Raleigh residents.
Miss Speed is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Speed who re
sided on E. Davie St. here,
ELKS* MEMORIAL SERVICES
Fidelity Lodge No. 277 of Elks
and Capital City Temple No. 310
held their annual memorial serv
ices Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. at
the Elks Home, 619 E. Davie St
Scripture reading was by Rev. J.
W. Marks. Mrs. Dorothy Marks
rendered a solo. Master of cere
monies was Mr. John Williams, Jr.
The sermon was delivered by the
Rev. J. W. Jones, pastor of the Fay
etteville St. Baptist Church. The
exalted ruler is Mr. Alphonso
Vance nnd the daughter ruler is
Miss Bessie L Wallace.
WORLD FELLOWSHIP GROUP
The regular meeting of the World
Fellowship Group of the Sojourner
Truth Branch of the YWCA was
held Monday night, Dec. 9, at the
YWCA. After the business meet
ing. the devotion was led by Mr*.
S. D Rudder, chairman of the pro
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WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
CHURCH—Sunday morning, wor
ship service: Church School at
9:45. Supt., Miss Nannie Morgan.
Morning worship at 11:00 o’clock.
The senior choir had charge of mu
sic, under the direction of Miss
Nannie Morgan. Organist, Mr. Leon
Haywood. The pastor, Rev. C. L
Gidney, preached a nice sermon
from 2nd Corinthians, Ist chapter,
TOPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
CHURCH: Church School opened
at 0:45 o'clock with the Supt. in
charge. Morning worship at 11:00
o’clock with the senior choir in
charge of music. Mrs, M. R. Boone
was at the organ. Before the morn
ing worship the Rev, Sanders gave
a brief talk to the young folks.
Mrs. A. W. West, chairman
of the World Fellowship Group,
gave a report on her trip to
Washington where she attend
ed the World Fellowship Day
of Prayer held in the Cathe
dral In Washington, Ti, C. The
report was very Inspiring and
encouraged other members to
want to attend this affair next
year. Following Mrs. West’s re
port Rev. Samuel D. Rudder
gave the members a brief his
tory of the Cathedral in Wash
Following tlio program gifts were
exchanged arid refreshments nerv
Guests present Included Dr. N.
K. Sinha, Dr. M. Boulware, Mr X.
Sprnggins, and Rev. A. D. Rudder,
all of St. Augustine's College.
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Afterwards our pastor. Rev, M. R.
Boone, brought a very good ser
mon from the book of St. John.
The Rev. Grady Davis of the Ob
erlin Baptist Church and his con
gregation had charge of tha eve
OBERLIN BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday morning worship: Church
School at 9:45. Supt., Mr. W. Cur
tis. Morning worship at 11:00' o’-
clock. The senior choir was In
charge of music, directed by Mrs.
Elsie Hayes, with Mrs Mary G
Pulley at the organ. The pastor,
Dr. Grady Davis, brought a won
UNION BAPTIST CHURH
Sunday morning -worship: Church
School at 10:30. Supt., Mr. Walter
Price. Morning worship at 12 noon.
The morning message was deliv
ered by the pastor, Rev. George
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME CHURCH Sunday
School at 9:45. Supt., Mrs. Della
Ford. Morning worship at 11:00
o’clock. The senior choir had
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Miss Bettie J. Brodie. A
very inspiring sermon was deliv
ered by tha pastor, Rev. J. N.
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worship. Church School at iO o'-
clock. Supt., Mr. Joseph Williams,
Sr. A warm sermon was delivered
by the Rev. Mr. Morgan of Chavis
F IRST CONGREGATIONAL
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday
morning worship: Church School
at 9:45. Supt.. Mr. Sherman Lewis.
Morning worship at 11:00 o’clock
The junior choir was in charge of
music, directed by the organist, Mr.
Ernest Massenburg. The pastor,
Rev. H. Cunningham delivered a
CHURCH—Sunday mornina wor
ship: Church School at in.fio o’-
clock. Morning worship at 11:00 o’-
clock. The message was delr oree)
by Mrs. M. Battle.
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