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A, J ’ Turner , Mrs . £. Taylor:
Raleigh Man Sees Sister
After Twenty-Five Years
Mrs Ethel Turner Taylor, Co
ll. r.;i.'i--* Texas, sister of A. J. Turn
er, 730 Fayetteville Street, arrived
liere December 23 to visit Mr. and
Mrs Turner for the holidays. Both
Mr. Turner and his sister are Texas
Mrs, Taylor had not seen her
brother for 25 years, This is her
first trip to North Carolina, and
she is reportedly quite impressed
with this city.
•She r bem" entertained at many
N. C. Leading Weekly... THE CAROLINIAN
8 WEEKS TO WIN, STARTS JAN. 16,1958-CL OSES MAR. 10 NOON
SIOQOO CASH first prize
BEGINS THE 3RD WEEK IN JAN., THIS ISSUE WILL BE
DATED SAT., JAN. 18. YOU CAN GET STARTED SELLING
THE CAROLINIAN FOR THE CONTEST THURS., JAN. 16.
ORGANIZE NEWSBOY CLUBS FOR YOUR PASTOR IN YOUR
SILL THE CAROLINIAN IN YOUR COMMUNITY MID HELP YOUR PASTOR GET AN
EXTRA SIOO.OO OR A SUIT OR TOPCOAT PLUS YOU GET 4c ON EACH PAPER SOLO.
The CAROLINIAN saying that you want to
be an Agent in your community. Sell ail The CARO
LINIANS you can, dip and fill in the coupon found
on the front page. The minister receiving the most
coupons is entitled to the SIOO.OO CAROLINIAN
offer. The next highest minister will be awarded a
Botany suit and the third winner will receive a Olen
eagles top coat.
parties in the Raleigh area during
Mrs. Taylor Is a graduate of
Prairie View College, Prairie
View, Texas, where she receiv
ed the B.S. and M.A. degrees
and she has done graduate
work at Texas Southern Uni
versity, Houston. At present
Mrs. Taylor is an elementary
department principal uiu In
structor In the Columbus City
WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN THE ISSUE OF MARCH 15
WRITE THE CAROLINIAN YOUR ORDER TODAY
ALL YOU HAVE TO 00 IS
one is the widow of the istp
Frank Taylor of Columbus and is
the mother of one daughter Mis
Gladys Helen Cheek of Houston,
Mrs. Taylor is scheduled to leave
this city Thursday of this week
teaching position Monday.
Make plans now to seed lesped
eza in February.
•*Th« optimist proclaims
that we live in the best of aH
possible worlds —and the pe»*
•insist fears that Is true.”
The Winners Have
the Opportunity of
Selecting style, pat
tern and color.
NEW YORK Most record buy
ing fans know Mickey Baker as the
male half of the Mickey and Syl
via singing team. Few know him
as a hit songwriter and one. of the
nation’s top jazz guitarists,
At the annual popular mus
ic award dinner of Broadcast
Music, Inc. . his “Love Is
Strange” copped an award for
being one of 1957’s top tunes.
This was the song that lifted
both he and his shapely part
ner into the spotlight as a
much sought after nitecluh
and T V act.
Currently working on a jazz al
bum featuring his original works.
Mickey has already recorded the
BELOW IS A FACSIMILE OF COUPON
Organize A CAROLINIAN SIOO.OO PASTOR’S
AID CLUB IN YOUR CHURCH NOW!
Order Today .., And Every Week
WRITE* CIRCULATION DEPT. THE CAROLINIAN
518 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N. C.
CAROLINIAN’S MINISTER POPULARITY •
CONT E S T
BEGINS THURSDAY, JAN. 16; ENDS MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1358 *
’ ADDRESS I
I NAME OF CHURCH |
■ Clip kills coupor md as many as you can smlaei* for your pastor and ■
* send to THE CAROLINIAN, each week. At the end of the contest period, I
• the minister having accumulated the most points will receive SIOO.OO .
■ (one hundred). Second, a Botany suit; Third, a Gleneagles top coat. I
■ Listings will be made each week. Send In your COUPONS so that your ,
1 pastor will get his weekly rating. '
| All COUPONS must reach THE CAROLINIAN no later than Tuesday j
of each week. Address THE CAROLINIAN, 518 E. Martin Street, Raleigh,
I North Carolina. I
Happy Khmer New Year.
first half for VTK records and will
complete it in February. Firm of
ficials a’e enthusiastic that it will
be a big seller when it’s finally re
Happy New Year
One and All
CENTRAL DRUG STORE
601 E. Davie St. Ph. TE 2-8084
R. E. WIMBERLEY, Pharrn.
“Service With A Smile ”
COUPON WORTH 10 POINTS
Fall and waiter prices for feed
grains probably will continue be
low last year’s levels.
Try Rowan lespedexa this year—
it may return more profits.
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. 1158
DR. TRENT IS “DAYMAN OF YEAR”
SALISBURY-W. J. Trent,, Presi
dent Emeritus, Livingstone Coliege
was presented “The Outstanding
Layman of the Year Award for
1057“ by the Laymen’s Council of
ihe Western North Carolina Con
ference, African Methodist Epis
Frosty Morn Farm Style
YOU CAN’T BAKE WRONG WITH
KINGAN’S RICHMOND I VIRGINIA MEDIUM
BACON Lb. 49c OYSTERS p> 89c
MRS. PICK FORD’S
MARGARINE 2 tbs. 39c
FROZEN FRUIT * INCH
giro " rB
i ilmiJ .IHr
CHERRY y I#
TOWN SQUARE STRAWBERRY ”
HOME GROWN, TENDER
2 Lbs. 25c
I LONG ISLAND WHITE
POTATOES IO 39c
PINTO BEANS *|
NAVY BEANS 55 /.II
OrBLACKEYEPEAS " I'
Qt. Bt. 49c
CORNED BEEF .... ,2 12-oz. cans 57c
FRESH. GRADE-A MEDIUM
EGGS .Doz. Ctn. 59c
CUMBERLAND OLD FASHION Half ' a Hon
FROZEN DESSERT .. \<k
New Bern Avenue Store
Open Daily Until 9 P.M
Five Point* Store Open
Until <5:30 Daily and
Friday Until 8:30 P.M
MEN and BOYS
213 Fayetteville SC Dial TE 2-8621
copai Zion Church at their Sivtv.
seventh Annual Conference, Win
Mr. R. J. Harris of Statesville is
president of this laymen’s council
and Professor S. L. Hopkins of
Livingstone College is secretary.
4 to fi Pounds Average
Frosty Morn—All Meat
RED SWEET, YAMS
3 Lbs. 25c
SHOP at TIP TOP