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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1957
WINNING “BE IDE" Miss Patricia McPherson of the AME Zion Church's Fayetteville District.
Beaver Creek Church, Rev. S. J. Maynor, pastor, is shown receiving the cup as the Annual Conference
Laymen Bride for the year. The presentation is being marie by Bishop Raymond L. Jones of Salisbury
as Elder J, W, Hatch, presiding elder, looks on. The annual conference was held at the Rush Memorial
AME Zion Church here last week
OMEGA -SUPREME COUNCIL PREPARES FOR GRAND CONCLAVE The Supreme Council of
ihe Omega Pm Phi Fraternity met In Washington, I). V. last week to make final preparations for the
44th Grand C'-nriave to In- held in St. Louis, Missouri, December 27th through 30th. The Council select- :
eel ihe general theme, “PERFORMANCE NOT ENP AN VJTOX.” All sessions will be held at the Kiel
Auditorium. Seated left to right, Walter If. Riddick, Grand Keeper of Records and Seal; Joseph 1, j
Brooks, First Vice-Grand Rasi’rus; Herbert I Tucker, Jr., Grand Basilcus; Wendell P. Alston, Director
of Public Relations. Standing left to right, IT.vvses S. Donaldson, Grand Marshall; Ellis F. Corbett.
Editor of <lit At 1 i U. ■ 1 : iiitri, I. Vu'.ntiui L\ccutive Secretary; Carl A. Farias, .Grand Counse
lor; Jesse, B. Blatyon, Grand Keeper of Finance; antill Albion Ferrell, Grand Chaplain.
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V Every man and
M|||| I py| woman, of, our
WW it&mli i race to register,
against movement east and west, north
and south, for jobs with more money,
training for higher paying jobs, more
money for our business & industries, our
own banks, the time is now! The Federal
Government is behind you, all you need
to do is ash. Send in your name and ad
dress and <SLSO for registration fee, you
will get your blank to fill out plus regis
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Science Shrinks Files
New Way Without Surgery
Finds Healing Substance That Doe* Both
Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids
New York, N. Y. (Special) !
For the first, time science lias j
found a new h< almg substance j
with the astonishing ability to i
shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve j
In one hemorrhoid case after j
another, “very striking improve- ;
meat’’ was reported and verified j
by doctor* vfviiuim.
Pain was relieved promptly.
And, while gently rein ’-ing pain,
actual reduction or retraction
(shrinking) took place.
And most amazing of all—this
Improvement was maintained in
eases where doctors’ observe.?ions
were continued over a period of
In fact, results were so thor
ough that sufferers were able to
makesu c aastoni si ». ingstatement a
as “riles hay, re •d to ..
problem!” And among t.hes« wf
ferers were a very wide variety
of hemorrhoid conditions, some of
10 to 20 yearn’ standing.
All this, without the use of
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin
gents of any kind. The secret is
a new healing substance (idio-
J')yne*) --the discovery of a world
famous research institution. Al
ready, Bio-Dyne is in wide uee
for healing injured tissue on *ll
parts of the body.
This new herding substance 1*
Off. icd in »v ppomlory or oiHtmmt
form called Preparation H.* Ark
for individuallys. a Usdconvenient
Preparation H suppositones or
I’rc ps rat ion H ointment with ana
ci«l applicator. Preparation If is
sold stall drugstores, Satisfaction
guaranteed or money ref unded.
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l JSwSx&t' By Idno M. Mailer s
The holidays arc snesking up on us
so fast it’s a little frightening, espe
; cblly with so touch still lo be done, |
ff an idea for s
mantel display is v /
presenting a bit
oi a problem,
thought will Si®iPpL»
! Place evergreen \||j
branches into red
I clay p° s -s to look as if they were
“growing.” Little apples, frosted with
artificial snow, and tied to the;
branches along with tiny tree balls, 1
make your little “trees* a truly de
lightful fireplace mantel display.
~ • * * ,
Television can he a heantSfal
and wonderful asset to any home
j and of a recent Sunday night it
became the purveyor of a bounli
i ful message to millions of viewers
i throughout the country. The tal
ents of many combined to give li -
the most rewarding experience in
TV history, and those who con
| tributed to the 50th anniversary
program, presented by CM, can
be proud of their every effort.
An inspired script Siy the artful
] Helen lieulseli took as its theruc
I the answer to the question posed
in a scene from Thornton Wilder’s
| “Our Town” “Do any human
| being* ever realize life while they
i live it, every, every minute?”
Through the deft u«e of words,
music and |>ur[»osefiil scenery the
writer gave amusing, dramatic
vignettes of the life around us ami
every minute of the show provid
ed provocative and lasting impact
| for the basic theme,
j The producers gathered togeth
er h fine east from the ranks of
Broadway and Hollywood and the
director used them and the vehi
cle to give os something to be long
remember d. Spare does not per
mil listing even the names of the
outstanding performers hut we
ran say thank sou to the sponsor
for making this possible. May
1 General Motors have » happy I
1 have set the l ord always
before me: because He in at
my right hand, I shall not be
moved. —(Psalm 16. 8.)
God is always with ns, Hla
children. But our willfullness,
our selfishness, our stubborn,
clinging to unwortliy thoughts
and habits, keep us from know
ing His love, in which we will
find the strength to surmount
all life’s trials.
North Carolina 4-H’ers will ex
hibit around 1,800 prize dairy ani
mals in nin< District Junior Dairy
shows tins year.
County, •rglnnal and State fairs
are educational as wall as enter
Nematodes are a principal cause
of lost farm income.
13' iL I.A Phi Beta Sorority
lIEST Inc., Raleigh
Soror Josephine T. Sanders and
daughter, Deborah, the
weekend guests of Soror K. Y.
Visiting Soror I. E. Washing
ten was her sister. Mrs. E. E.
Lawrence, of Greensboro.
Soror M. E. Ligon had as her
weekend guests iter brother-in-law
and her sister. Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Privott of Hertford. *
Out of Town
Soror Maggie B. Jones is back
in town after attending the fun
eral of her brother.
Raleigh Zetas attending the Ze
ing in Rocky Mount were Sorors
ta Phi Beta Sorority State Meet-
Pauine Roung, Mildred James,
destine Davis, Millie Veasey and
Bernel MeHaffey. Accompanying
Soror Veasey were undergraduates
from Saint Augustine’s College
and Shaw University,
The conference was well plan
ned and carried out as scheduled.
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" " ' JEWELERS ’
The theme of the conference was;
"Guiding Youth Through 'Educa
tional, Social and Economical Op
During the afternoon meeting
a panel discussion was heard on
the theme. Participants were rep
resentatives from the Alpha Kap
pa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta,
Sigma Gamma Rho and Zeta Phi
Travelers snacks, flowers and
refreshments were some of the
courtesies extended the delegates
by the AKA’s, DeDltas, Sigma
Gamma Rho’s and the Links, Inc.
Soror Jestine Davis, holder of
the lucky penny found in one of
the kits donated by the People’s
Trust Company of Rocky Mount,
was given an orchid. The penny
bore the date 1931 representing
the date the bank was established.
The produce industry ie big
Shop Every Night _
Til! 9 Till
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J Girls Winter Coats
Save now on pretty coats little girls like most. Warm
wools in Fitted and Boxy styles. Tweeds, Solids, and
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Loads Os Christmas TOYS!
Mechanical toys, Pop Guns, Panda Bears, An Planes! So many toys
to delight the heart of every child on Christmas morning and so rea
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Red Ryder Cowboy Gloves
Little cowboys will love these! Cotton flannel with imi
tation leather cuffs and fringe! Brown with White or
Roys’ Cowboy Hats
Every cowboy needs a hat and this is just the hat
your boy will want! Made of Wool Felt m Red, Black,
and Green with Braid edge. Sizes Small, Medium, and
Cottons and Rayons in the most wanted styles and
colors! See our large selection and save. Junior, Misses |j|
and Half Sizes.
Cotton Sheet Blankets
Rose, Mint Green and Light Blue Checks on White,
Washable Cotton. Also comes in Solid White. Large
60" x 76" Size.
Deviled Egg Plate m&zzs
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Gleaming Milk Glass, gold trim. Make# * lovely and
Welcomed Gift. Buy several at this low price. Holds
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