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By Jay Bee Avtch
Oklahowan Visits Tarheelia. i
POCKY MOUNT— Mrs. Blancre
t 3. Oiarriv of 831 N, E. sth Street.
L'klahoma City, Oklahoma, spent
several days visiting her cousins,
Rev, and Mrs. K. P. f Annie Wim
berly) Battle, 814 N. Raleigh St.,
on her first visit to the Tar Heel
* M>'s. Clardy wes returning home
following a visit to her sister, Mrs,
Evelyn La Rue Pittman of White
Plains, N. Y. Mrs. Clardy teaches
rr the Truman School of the rich
Oil Capital City. She is also pro
minently connected wijh the Zeta
Beta Sorority. She was the re
cipient of several social courtesies
Little Ctrl and Ethel Shelton
Beatty of Jamaica, Long Island, N.
Y., are enjoying the fresh Carolina
alf B,s, they' spend the month of
August with their maternal grand
hhrents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Hun
ter. jsLT.TVest End Street
Mrs. Melva Cos ten and Chil
dren visited her family in Spar
tenbtirg.-B. C.. while the Rev. J. H.
'Omaha) Costen helped the Rev.
Ulysses Leverctt. J. C. Smith theo
logical student-minister, ‘fight the
dcuL—la~ a revival-homecoming
tsresk of services at Logan Presby
terian Church near Taylorsville.
There were six additions to to
church Mr. Costen reports.
Dr. J. W. Black Is reported as
resting comfortably at his home -
■ 411. Atlantic Avenue, following an
illness which cut short his recent
Mrs.-- Mary Gorham Butler,
Greenville beautician, reports an
enjoyable-trip to the international
convention of .Jehovah’s Witnesses
held in New York City.
We found tailor George O.
4 Jackson of Greenville enjoying
his brief batchelorhood while Mrs.
Fannie P. Jackson, Georgeline and
George Jr. vacation in Connecti
Mrs. Ethel Walton Daniels has
returned to Tarboro and Wilson
following an extended vacation in
Kingsport. Term., with relatives.
Mrs. Clardy Feted
Among those assisting Rev and
Mrs K P. Battle In honoring their
relative' and house guest, Mrs.
Blanche P. Clardy of Oklahoma
City. Okla, were Mr and Mrs.
Bennie Pitt, Church Street, Tar
boro, who had Mrs. Clardy as a
dinner guest; Mr and Mrs. Ed
ward Davis, who entertained at a
watermelon cutting; Mr. and Mrs.
John J, Wimberly were hosts at a
breakfast and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
B r MRS. MAUDE M. BROWN'
BURLINGTON Mrs. Hortense
Knox and Mrs. Evelyn Samuel* of
•New York, Mrs. Ernest Tillman of
Charlotte. N, C.. Mr. Arthur Sell
ers of Wilson, Mr. Edgar Sellars of
New York and Mr. George Sellars
of Mebane. N C. They were sis
ters and brothers who came home
last week to attend the funeral of
their brother, Mr. Walter Gordon
—a i lore, — Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
■ Walter G Sellars. Sr., of Shepherd
Street. Mrs. Lovelia I.oet. an aunt
of New York, was also present.
They were accompanied by their
pastor, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Law
The 74th annual session of the
Woman's Baptist Home and For
eign Missionary Convention was
held at St Paul's Baptist Church
in Charlotte, where Rev. .T. F.
Wertz 1,5 pastor, la..t week. Those at
tending* from Burlington were:
Mrs. I’auline Johnson, Miss Vir
ginia Troilinger, Mrs. Nellie Walk
er, Mrs. Unice Morgan, Mrs.
Myrtle Reaves. Mrs. M. M. Brown.
Mrs Anna Warren, Mrs Emma
Gunn of Glen Haven, N. C.
The convention theme was "Mo
bilizing to Lift,” John 12:32. The
meetings were informative and
eipeply spiritual. Everyone enjoyed
/The women of Queen's Chapel A.
M E Church observed Woman's
Juniper Level News
Rv MRS. ANNE GILCHRIST
JUNIPER LEVEL lt was a
jfreat pleasure for the Juniper Le
vel Baptist Church to have been
represented at the ninety-second
annual session of the Wake Baptist
Association and the Fortieth An
nual Session of the Woman’s Auxi
liary, which were held August 13-
H st the Pilot Baptist Church near
Zehulon.- The theme was "The
Doctrinal Claims on the Missionary
The delegate and a membei of
the Jwmpfflr Level Church. Mr. Hu
lun Morgan and Mr. Robert Wilder
attended the association
During n long illness and not be
-111? able to come to church, we
weip happy to have Mr. Penix and
his son with us during Sunday
The family of Mr. arid Mrs. Rob
ert Gilchrist would like to express
* their pleasure for the company of
Mrs. Edilh Trice, of Garner, who
was with u* at our home Wednes
A word of advice to our Teen-
, . INC.
L 225 TARBORO ST.
w* ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Jones and Mrs. Nannie Wimberly
Wright were hosts to a Sunday
The following made up the
guests list at tne Monday morning
brunch given by Mrs. Battle: Mes
dames Mary L. Backus, Cieo
Horne, Catherine Johnson, Myrtle
Lewis, Mattie Bowens, P. W. Bur
nett, Eihel Hunter, Lendora
Brown, Sarah Leonard, Helen
Gay, Marguerete Armstrong, Eva!
L. Wimberly, Madie Harris, Nich
olson, Julia Y, Sessoms, Thressa
Pittman. Jimmie Edwards, Bailie
Armstrong, Lula W. Reeves. An
nie B Creech, Ethel Bryant, Mar
tha B. Townsend, Opal M. Parker,
Julia P. Foster, Marguerite P
Wimberly, Miss Katie Bunn, all of
Also. Mrs. Minnie G Woodley
Mrs. Lonna P. Lloyd and Mrs
James Grant of Tarboro.
The honoree won thp high score
at bridge and Mrs. Bowens won
the second highest score. Guest
prize also went to the honoree- -
Mr and Mrs. Julius Woodley of
Tarboro entertained In honor of
Mrs. Clardy at their home oh
Mrs. Clardy left via plane on
Thursday for Oklahoma City,
leaving behind many pleasant
memories of her visit i nthe hearts
cf new-found friends in Tarheelia,
with the hope that she carried
with her similar memories
Mrs. Clardy is the great niece
of the late Edgecombe County
State Senator Dred W. Wimberly.
Granddaughter of his sister. Mrs.
Harriett Pittman Tannihill).
Saved University Os N. C.
Dred Wimberly is remembered
as the colored State Senator,
whose vote once broke the tie in
favor of a sls 000 sppropiation
which saved the then struggling
University of North Carolina from
i closing for lack of funds,
i Historv records that Senator
Wimberly, remembering that the
! president of the UNC, Dr. Kemp
: Battle, Ills former slave master,
j had plead hard for the funds,
! cast the deciding favorable vote to
i save tiie institution during the
i Reconstruction era.
Children of Senator Wimberly
now liviny are: Mrs. Annie W
Battle, John Wimberly and Allen
Wimberly, all of R-ocky Mount.
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Haughton,
1831 IN. Van Pelt Street, Philadel
phia, Pa., arrived Sunday to spend
a few days with her father, John
L. Hanison and family, of Tar
-1 boro. Route 3.
Day Sunday afternoon at .3 p. m.
i Mrs. M. M. Brown was guest speak
j er. Her theme was "God's Gift to
| Women." The soloists were Miss
| Inez I.ee and Mrs, Addle Moore,
j The public was cooperative and
| appreciative The committee wish
' ers to thank each one who helped
! to make the program a success.
Long before 8 a. m. people were
hunuying to the First Baptist
I Church for the early morning ser
' vice. Men's Day was being observ
; cd. Music was rendered by the
Chapel Choir. Mrs. Thomas played
j :he organ in the absence of Mr. H
! C. C«core who was sick. The Rev
J W. Smith, pastor of the Covenant
| Presbyterian Church, Durham.
! brought the stimulating message
| entitled "Christ's Invitation" from
; Matthew, ihe lltb chapter.
Sunday School followed the ser
j vice, and then regular Sunday
] morning service was held with the
; made chorus furnishing the music.
! The second sermon was entitled
i "The True Man” which made every
! man take stork of himself and
j think kindly of his neighbor
The pastor. Rev. H. J. Cobb,
i guest, and gospel choir went to
Hillsboro to render an afternoon
service for Rev. Decker BTU was
held at fi.ls p. m. with the youth
of the church on hand for informa
tion and training. The evening ser
vice followed the 7:30 p. m.
agers of today: For years and for
year* to come many of our young
lives will be destroyed because of
highway accidents, but don't le* it
be you. Take the auvice of yu' .
parents. They won't tell you wor
thing wrong. Obey the traffic signs
and laws sometimes you may have
to drive for yourself and some
other driver on the road, but re
member the lisp you save may be
your own or some loved one.
As we know school will soon be
open. I-Pt us turn over a new leaf,
if we haven't already and be even
better students toward our faculty
members, schoolmates, and class
The Juniper Level Baptist
Church Usher Board will celebrate
its 30th Anniversary. Sunday
night. August 24. Services will be
gin at. 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Nathaniel McClain. Mr. Hu
lan Morgan and ! attended services
at the Wake Baptist Church of Gar
n«y. A wonderful sermon was
spoken by the pastor, Rev. Stokes.
During the week our pastor, Rev
George Jones. was ihe spokesman
for the icvival services held at the
Wake Baptist Church of Garner.
Sick and Shut In: Mrs. Betty
Ruth Brown, Mr. Penix and Mrs,
A few owrds of inspiration to the
sick and shut in:
Grace is flowing from Calvary,
Greco: as fathomless as the sea.
Grace for time and eternity,
: Grace, enough for me.
Farm ownership is at an all time
| high. Oniy one out of three farms
i now has a mortgage.
By MRS. H M. JOHNSON
CLINTON Funeral service* i
for Mrs. Lillie. Beaman of 305 Bo
ney St. wete held Sunday afternoon
August 10, at the Andrew Chapel
Church st 3 P. M. with the Rev. P.
E. Green officiating, assisted by
Rev. B. 1.. Rich
Survivors include: her husband,
Mr. Willie Beaman, 3 sons Rev W.
E. Beaman of Burgaw: Messrs.
Jgmes and Nappleon Beaman of
Clinton; two daughters, Mrs Jots
Manior, of Kinston; and Mrs. Vs- j
ties Faircloth oi Clinton, one bio- j
ther, Mr. Marion Boykic* of Tur- ■
key, N. C.; 21 grand children and |
4 great grandchildren.
The people of the North Clinton
community welcome Mr. end Mrs. .
Jerry Sampson and family. and
Miss Wixie Sampson who recently 1
moved into their new homes, which
are in the community
The annual reunion of the family j
of the late Dudley and Ida Best, j
Fryer was held at the home of Mr, |
and Mrs. Allen Fryar on Fayette- I
Dinner was spread m the yard
at 3 p. m.
Friends and relatives attending
from out-of-town were Mrs Elou- j
ise Smith and son, Mr. and Mrs, <
Charlie Butler of Chester, Pa.; Mr. j
and Mrs. Eddie Conley and sons, j
Toney and Ray of Washington. D. j
C.: Mas Mabie Wright, Mr. and;
Mrs. Edmond Fryar, Mrs Mittie
Foster, Mr. I.enard Scott, all of da- i
kigh; Mrs. Harriett Chester. Beu-
Jahville, N. C.; Rev, B. H Brown. 1
Elizabethtown; Mr. and Mrs. L<?n
.Tones. Goldsboro; Mr. and Mrs
Love Troublefieid. Dunn; Mrs, Lu- j
bretha Mathis. Valley Stream N
Y.: and Mrs. Cornelia Fryar of Ra- ,
Charles Henry and Mary and
Paul McLarnb have returned to
| their home in Glocaster. Va aflet
| spending the summer with theii
aunt. Mrs. Mamie Faison.
j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of
I Philadelphia. Pa. and Mr. and
I Mrs, Robert Ulsey of New York
i City were the dinner guests of Mr.
i and Mrs. George Faison Mrs.
1 Jones and Mrs. Ulsey are dau#-
| tc-i-s of Mr. Everett Simmons of the
; Popular Grove Community.
Mrs. Dell Simmons of Sampson
St. is recuperating after spending
several days in the hospital with a
Mrs Katie Moore is sick and
Mr. Wilbert Fryar is a patient at
the Veterans Hospital in Fayette
Let us remember these people
i with carets or flowers.
Mr. Henry M Johnson has re~
j turned home after spending 6
weeks ai Cobly College in Water
ville, Maine. While there ne visited
Quebec City, Canada.
Mr. Eugene Atkins has returned
to the city after spending a week
in Waver ly. Va.. visiting his mo
ther. Mrs. Ida Atkins. He also visit
j od his brother, Mr. Leon Atkins in
| Petersburg. Va
; Mr. T. E Boykin, principal of
; Pleasant Grove School, has return -
: ed after attending summer school
: at Peabody College in Nashville,
B> MRS. MARION VV BOYD
CONCORD The Community j
Nursery will open for the third ■
year during the first week in Sep
tember .Parents who need the
I services of the Nursery to care for
j their pre-school children during
the day should enroll them before
August 31st. Parents may contact •
Mrs. Grace O'Neal, Mrs. L J.'
Bosi. or Mrs. Marion W. Boyd.
: The Logan Homes playground
is still open in the evening for or
ganized games and free play with j
Chester Langston. Jr. in charjp I
1 No regular activities wii be ral
lied on at Lincoln Street Center
until after September Ist
A new feature planned ior the
| early autumis the organization
of a Golden Agers Club.
Lincoln Pool is scheduled to
; close on August 24th unless the j
: attendance this week shows a '
! need for keeping it open longer. J
| The records show that attendance
I this summer has been the lowest
| in three years according to the >
| Director of Recreation. The an
: nuai collections at the pool a:o
j not enough to operate it as a self
: supporting facility.
At present the cost is about sis- i
een dollars a day. This includes!
both the salaries of the workeisj
and the chemicals needed for j
The pool uses about ISO gallons
j of chlorine daily and also a large
1 quantity of filter powder.
Mr. Withers Resigns
Mr. John Withers who has di ■ !
i rcted the reeve; tton program
| ;ince 'lie summer of 1956 has re- ;
i signed ii order to go to Atlanta, i
Ga . as an associate professor of
I biology at Clark College. Dr. J. P. j
Brawley, president of Clark Col*
1 lege, has been urging Mr. Withers j
j to join the Clark faculty for the
j last two years.
Mr. Withers ha:; been an in - j
I struct,or in the Science Depart- j
i ment at Barbara-Scotia College
here since the fall of 1955 where
he also served as coach cf athle
tics for men. He Isas also served j
as a consultant for the Science 1
Fair held at Logan School.
The new diiectoi of recreation
at Lincoln Stret Center will be
announced by the Recreation
Commission by September Ist.
Study the cost and potential use
of any farm machineiy before pur
It Pays To
KINSTON Mr*. Mordecai Law
son and her young son of Washing
ton, D. C. have returned to that
city after spending a week end
here with relatives near Kinston.
Mrs. Lawson is the former Mis*
Hilda Patterson of rear Kinston.
Mi*. Mai ion ’Biddy’’ Lawa of
Thompson St. is recuperating satis
factorily at her home after under
going recent surgery at the Lenoir
Mrs. Essie Lee Adams and daugh -
ter of Johnsontowri, Pa., were guest
here last week of Mr. and Mrs, A
mos Moseley of Lenoir Ave.
Elisha R. Lawson returned here
last week after vacationing in and
near Washington, D C.
Mr and Mr*. Arlin S Bryant and
their two young sons of Reed St.
were vacationing in N. Y and Ca
nada last week. The Bryants were
accompanied by Mrs. Bryant’s mo
ther, Mrs. C. T. Aldridge of La
Grange. N. C.
Mrs. L O. Saunders and children
of Warrenton N C. are visiting rel
atives and friends heie. Rev Saun
ders is presently conducting a re
vival in Va. Mrs. Saunders is the
former Miss Lena Davis of Kinston.
Misses Renee’ and Doric Cog
dell of Blount St. are home after an
extended visit with relative? in
Maryland, N. J„ N. Y. and Pa. in
Baltimore, Md. the young teen-ag
era were guest of Mr and Mrs. Cla -
rence Isler and Mrs Webster In
Plainfield and Atlantic City, N. J.
they were guest of the O. E Latti
more family and Mrs. Oracle Green,
respectively. Host and hostess to the
two in Philadelphia were Mr and
Mrs. A. VJ. Green. In N. Y the sis
ters weie guest of their great
grandmother. Mrs. Hattie I.atti
Mrs. William A Lawson anti her
voting son Anthony were in N. Y
last week as guest of Mr. Lawsons’
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Don
,ld. A tour of Canada was planned
before returning here. W. A. Law
son motored his family to N. Y. and
visiled in Washington and Anna
polis. Md. before returning here.
Two former Les Bonner Amies
Club members visited here this sum
mer and were fete,d with an old
time get together by the local club
members. Mrs. A, R Hines was
hostess for the occasion with Mis*
F. R. Gardner and Mrs. E. C. ses
soms as Vjonoiees.
Pinochle was played and high
scorers were Mesdames Janet Cog
del! and LiUie S. Hill. Guest prizes
were given Miss Gardner and Mrs.
Others present for the get to
gether were Mesdames Helen
Barnes. Leney .T armor), Cora Jones,
M N. Leitao.’
The henorecs were both former
Presidents of the L>s Bonnes A
mies Club and wexo members of She
,1. H. Sampson School Faculty. Mis*
By “Slunk" Browning
Big JOHN BAKER. Jr., starred in the all star game at Chicago
last Friday evening, and overnight became a national celeb . . .
; FRANK WATKINS, CECIL FLAGG, DR. VAL HAMLIN and BIG
JOHN BAKER. Sr , of Raleigh, made the trip to the Windy City for
! tlie fabulous affair and hardly any event can be more exciting to 1
attend than the pre-fall football extravaganza promoted by the
Chicago Tribune every vein . . . Mrs. BETTY HOOKER, of Newark
N. j. the wife of LEMUEL ■ LEN > HOOKER, former star pitcher foi
; the Ole Raleigh Grays and the Newark Eagles, Is weekending in Ra
leigh, visiting irents, relatives and old friends. She is accompanied
jby Miss BEY ;iso ot Newark ... A Washington. D. C. syndicate ;
contemplating opening a combination gas station and restaurant or
the new highway going into Franklinton, N C. Representatives have
already 1: down and set property negotiations in motion . . , AR
THUR J - "’NETT, of Waukegan, 111., is an efficiency manager for
a departu: of the United States Navy.
He is ti only person on his staff of twenty, and the hiring and
firing is his i choose. The setup is a civilian unit, and BARNETT
was selected to head the department over a group of competing whites.
BARNETT .at.es that the position is beyond the scope of a "yes man'
or a man that is without a creative and imaginative mind . . . His
wife THEORA is a Roxboro native. They have three daughters: ELV'A
JOAN AND C -lOLYN . . A marriage is to soon take place in Greens
boro that is ... ig to rock the town . . . Ditto for Raleigh , . OTIS
GERSH, the big rich undertaker of South Boston, Va„ who died some
time ago, left plenty of everything to his widow until a short while
back, when the "Deducts" cut everything down to normal size
Usually, the hardest place to get a second glass of water with youi
meal is in our • staurarus of color . . .
Most Negi a. when traveling, usually over-tip bellboys, waiters
maids etc On deluxe trains like the Pacemaker. Merchants Limited
and Yankee O' oer waiters race to colored guests- they know a big
tip is a-coming In case you aie a non tipper, you suffer like a dog.
The second tit you visit your favorite restaurant., the waiter for
I certain, will recognize you. You will not get the bum's rush, nor will
he clear the table for a more generous guest; but you will get an ag
gravating routine that will not be appreciated—no water. Creeping
service. Slow with dessert. No exchange for soiled napkins and if
you work up steam enough to complain to the manager, spit may en -
ter your food before leaving the pantry . . So take your choice and
eat where you please but after all you lave Washington going up, you
can tell the dis ference In the service that is given the tipper and the
service that Is give:- the "stiff". To over-tip, signifies one of 5 things:
Inferiority complex inexperienced traveler, a goodtime Joe, a sports
! man or a free-spender . . .
Invariably, the waiter, bellhop or whatnot will strike up a short
conversation with you after two or three contacts. He can easily tell
thereafter to which of the five groups you belong. . . . Most big league
players are poor tippers unless the team secretary is paying the check
. . . Show people, fighters and managers, gamblers, top travelers,
sporting people, athletic people and low salaried people are usually
th best tippers . . .
TOP AUTHORS RESORT TO TRASH TO GET A BEST SELLER
If you want proof for the above statement, here It is. The nation ,
number one best seller is "ANATOMY OF MURDER” by Robert Trav
ers. ANATOMY J dwells on anatomy in away that it leaves little to
imagination. It is not a book that you would be Interested in l
'■ yourself, or would you' 1 . . . Max Schulman’s latest best-selling boudoir
: romp is "RALLY ROUND THE FLAGG BOYS”. Its setting is the Nev
( York surburbs. The book fakes no bones about the No. 1 activity o'
the average suburbanite, afier a hard day down in the city . . . “THF
SERGEANT”, by Dennis Murphy, has been selling in the tens of
i thousands. It is so rough until no attempt will be made to gist, it
here . .
The authors are scholars and their readers w the American pub
. lie. So if you are the pert kind and highly critical of the morals of
others, don't bragg among your friends. "That you have just com
pleted reading TODAY'S BEST SELLER”.
last week it was reported in this column that DeJuana Browning
i wmijri rerwirt. to her new lob in Morganton. N. C-, August 25 ... It is
Zenobia Browning going to Morganton and not DeJuana.
By MRS. ALVIN WILLIAMS
i.DUISBURG Service began at. ;
i iie Mitchell Chape! Church Sun- j
day morning. August 17. with Bap- |
i tisrnal Service at 10;.V M. and j
i morning worship at, 1!:A. M.
j 12 candidate* were baptized.
I A most soul-stirring sermon was j
\ preached bji the pastor, Rev F T,
i Brodie. His text was taken from j
By MISS TEXT A DUNN
Gardner is now serving as prinei- j
pal of an Elementary School in ;
Philadelphia and Mrs, Sessonss is j
employed m the N Y. City School
system. Mrs. Sessorns is the tfaugh- (
ter of Mr, and Mrs. Jame* Cogdell, |
Sr., of Thompson Si.
tvli.t ICloits put e Gdlhci of Gilt. |
j St. is home after a two weeks visit i
| with her husband, Sgt. William
! Garner in Trenton. N. J
Mr. and Mrs L. Ernest F Hill of
| Caswell Si. and Rev. and Mrs. Wil
liams of Jacksonville are horpe af
ter attending a church conference
Mrs, I.aney Janvion is home after
vacationing in N. Y.
Miss Mary Robinson of Wilining
| ton, N C. and Joseph Robinson of
i Washington, D C. were here last
i week visiting their sister and bro
j ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs David
l Hines of Caswell St. Mrs. Hines re
turned here this week after a
months visit with relatives in Wil
Mrs J. P. Lawson of University
I St,, was visiting her sons, daugh
| ter and their familes in Washing-
I l ° ! ', D. C. last week. Mis. Lawson
| was also the guest in Baltimore,
Md.. of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Is
i lei and guest in Atlantic City of
Mrs, Emma Leon. Relatives were
■ also visited in Philadelphia,
j Your reporter spent a very sn
; joyable day last Tuesday in Golds
| boro as guest of Mrs, M. M. Hol
\ man and Henry C. Mitchell on Par*
| kcr St.
! The Bible School Convention of
; She Goldsboro Raleigh Assembly of
! the Disciples of Christ held its 6th
I annual meeting of the St Luke's
Church m Goldsboro last Friday
| through Sunday. “Seek Ye The Liv
j ing Christ” was the theme for the
Officers of th« convention are
| Elder Amos Artis of Goldsboro,
: President -! B Gooding of 220 Pine
! St., Vice President; Mrs, Elsie Dove
Garner of Oak St.. Secretary; Mrs.
Mrs. Melotia Boshea of Portsmouth.
Va.; Asst Secretary: Rev, Hadie
Rowe of Stantonburg, is treasurer.
The men s club of the St. James
A. M. E. Church met in a brief bu
siness session recently at the hotry}
of the President, Mr. Willie A.
Faye of 706 East Lenoir Ave. Oth
!er office:s of the Men’s Club are
i Secretary Henry L. Grady; Vice
| President. Cicero Hamilton, Treas.
1 Iley Diym
The Junior Church of ihe Antioch
! Free Will Baptist Church held its
1 morning worship service on the
: second Sunday morning st 1! 00 A.
j M. Rev. J. Santiago was the speak
j er and music was offered by the
Junior Church Choir. Light refresh
j ments were served to ail in atten
dance immediately after the serv
! ice. This service is held on the 2nd
| Sunday morning in each month—
you are cordially invited to attend.
j Psalm, 1:1*3, He stated that, To be
happy stay out of the counsel of
| the ungodly. 1 Sinners should not
i have to stumble over Christians. 3.
j Christians ought to be loving, hum-
I ble and filled with the Holy Ghost.
4. Christians ought to delight in the
j law of tne Lord. 5. To be strong
1 nnp most read the word of God
i and meditate upon it. 6. God's
Rambling In Chatham
GOLDSTGN PiTTSBORG SILER CITY
By KtJYTANNA HORTON
FRIENDSHIP GET TOGETHER
FITTSBORO Some of the teen
a gem of Burlington and Atamans
County Tourneyed to E ar.d R re.
tnurar.t, Pittsfcoro 'art Frida;
night, August 15. 19 >6. A dar/cin
contest held also. The winner? w<
George Bowman and Athcnia Nick
son from Burlington. Cats Reaves 1
1 , o. .. . ~ . -v'. ' "-i*? '"A--,•'»>*.<
HOMES AT GOLDKHORO -- The imrncs shown above are located at Goldsboro; Top row, left t
right, shows the home of Mr. and Mrs. \:otm> Roe XJti VV. Pine Street. Photo on right shows home r
Mr. and Mrs. E V. Bostic. .1!! K. Vrry ut.t On *.<* photos, left to right: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Chri -
tian’s home. 105 S. Leslie Stre- i. and 1 n the rig hi the Elks Home, located at 312 S. James Street. B«:
tom photos shoo home of Mr. and >t. 'unos ‘ r -\ and the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryant, at 302
JV Pine Street.
By .1. H. GRAHAM
GOLDSBORO -Pi of. H. K Mo- :
,; than, on his recem tour of the
...utiK-rn States, vs as an honu.
;tu'st. at the Colonial, Villa and
bodge, Cape May, New Jeii-ev. tnat
place that he worked for fifteen
years during summers. This v.-,
his means of furtheriii:: in- h.*iii>-
education. Now he FoM-' the M -
tors degree in education. A«- ici.l
tore, and a Principals cerlifie. te.
He wa.» received with a roost j
1 cordial welcome by the gene, ■;
manager and others !Co!i“rl> i v
i the Villa who commended him f ■
i the old Colonial spirit . He ■. n,ov. ;i
being with Mr. John Wa.k •••
; chef, formerly of Goldsj|ro. X. C
! whom he recommended for the po
: itlon there. We welt mnemkm
John for his pleasant smiie ami
! good food while operating a e;;?*
A check was presented to Mr
' Kethan for the library ot the V id;
High School of which he a
taut principal in T-sgranu-. ~
DR AND MRS. K. B I-»!'•- •*.'
St James AVIV. Church w *- the
dinner guesst of Mr. H. C V itchell ’
; and his sister, Mrs. IVi.'iy Heliv.an. •
! of 801 Parker Street, on Au :ust 11 ;
; The dinner was most enjoyable and
| after the last course a fee hours of I
! fellowship were indulged in and j
they wore very inspirational.
! children are planted children th-.v
! are planted by the rivers of water. ;
Music v.as furnished by tht senior
! mixed choir with Mrs. Elizabeth
Wilson and Miss Marion Joan Bro~ ;
i d t e at the piano. Holy communion j
; was observed.
Mr and Mrs. Percy Fogg of Can- !
- necticut recently visited his mother, j
! Mrs. Alice Fogg-
Mrs. Tom Hayes of Henderson re- j
i ci-ntiy visited her son. Mr and
Mrs. Alvin Steed and her dur.gh
j ter, Mias Alma Steed all of New
i York City, and she also visited her
I son. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Steed, of
! Philadelphia, Penn.
Rev. E L Brodie and his dnugh
ter, Marian Jean, Misses Carol and
Everlene Jones and Earvin Lee
Jones were the Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mr*. Alvin
■Williams and children, Mr. and Mrs
Richmon Davies and Mrs. Martha
*5- lV j- 8 f t»w Virir visited then
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Davis |
Miss Margaret Williams has re |
turned home after spending most j
of the summer in Connecticut
A camp for young men and worn- ,
en will be held this year at Camp
j Mitchell, located in Swansboro.
! August 23-27.
I . Any young men or women be
tween the ages of 18-30, married
or single may attend
The group will enjoy swimming,
boat riding, craft classes and other
i form* of ts ori•
j Mr. ana Mrs. Joe Long art the
and Joan Richardson from Pittsbu- !
Many of the people originally j
from Pir.sboro, came home for the ;
Revival services at Mitchell Chap
! vhic , h SvvntiDy All- ■
ust 17, 1958. There are too many to !
nention personally. Most of them
were from Washington, D. C., state
of New York and Pennsylvania j
Mrs Y;v;:.n Hogan Williams of
Roanoke Virginia, visited with h« i
mother. Mrs. Annie B. Hogan, of
:;1X So * 3 > i> Virginia Street, ao«l rel-
Site accompanied her moth
r to Rocky Mount, N. C., to the
hum* us Dr. and Mrs. James Pii
i.m with whom sin will now re
. ide. Mr.-- Pitman 'Theresa Hogan)
is also a dati-.'.hiac of Mrs. Annie B.
Mi's. .Marie Mi diiier of Wilson.
N. C . visit*cl iv!jlives and friends
last Wcck: ".chile here, she was the
>juest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Murphy,
;;2'i South Georgia Avenue.
Airs. Freda Mcf.ainb is now con
valescing at homo after having
■ pent unite a while in the 'VVavne
a. a iris! Ho
Mr. Oiarlcs House, son of Prof
and Mi. E. A. House of Stadium
Drive have returned from Ft.
Knox, Kentucky, where he attend
ed the officers reserved training
Mrs W. K Banks, of 314 Minioso
St reel, and daughter! Mrs. W'iiH-t B
Starke were visited last week by-
Mr and Mrs,* K. A, Simmons. Mr.
I and M* ; William R. Gibson, daugh
ters of Mrs. Bank, sisters of Mrs
The prowler war out last. Thurs
i day looking for a prey but low and
proud patents of a baby dr! born
j August 11.
The vacation for the children of
Frank))a County will come to a
close Aug. 23 when the school bells
! begin ringing.
i Bi oilers are the fastest growing
U. s. exnprt to Switzerland.
About 3 1-2 million Americans 14
; years of age or older do some farm
work for wages.
a.vf.N tn?i. C 2„ s.t& * a# niwif » st% gm surm spfsits » mumf# mm
I Baltimore Maryland, Boston, Mass.,
j md the state of Georgia.
Rev. Fairly of Red Springs
j preached the morning sermon at
1 Mitchell Chapel church.
To the children of Chatham
county: School will open soon The
football team of Horton school
started its season's practice August
behold just as his eyes woe set on
a nice dish, they saw him and that
dish was spoiled. It was a nice one
1 she shorty shorts. But the prey ran
■<» their home and closed the door.
Jo I guess he will have to get up
new dir,guise, Oh you kid. I will
t you yet. Summer is not gone by
The police officers shown above
were appointed on August 2nd,
194 k to the Goldsboro Police De
partment. They are left to rich!,
Aroaziah Howell ami Jacob Mus
grave. They have won much
praise from the citizens at Golds
914 Slaughter St., Apt. B
Goldsboro, N. C.
We will cut your lawn to please
you or no charges. Try Me!