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Open House Attended By
Many At Tuttle Center
By MAKCVS H. BO ULWARE
Raleigh citizens had a chance to
what some of the*r United Fund
donors do when they mended the
open house of the Tuttle Commun*
ity Center, on Tarboro Street, last
Sunday *t 2 p. m
The purpose of the open house
ewss to allow the public to view
ground improvements, as well as in
terpret that work of the Turtle Cen
ter to Raleigh.
The Beard of Directors re
port that the 1968 program Is
west active that a sleeping
room 80 by It feel lias been
erected so that the Center
meets ail license regulation*.
Grounds have been graded, \
retaining wall constructed,
« worn-out futers hate been re
moved and a fence added (or
Approximately 200 people attend
ed the open house to observe the
facilities available to 50 chjlldren.
Flowers were given by the Senior
Mother* Club and Mrs. Anna Da
Board members who served as
hostesses were Mrs. Laura Wimb
erly and Mrs. Sara Brower. Attor
ney F. -T. Carnage was host.
Parents serving as hostess in-
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j ON EXHIBIT WERE friezes and
■ pictures of children's activities
| Handicrafts were displayed under
j the direction of Mrs. Mildred Hor
i ton, playground director.
The Center will be closed for a
J week, begining August 18 and ex
tending through August. £5. The
fall term will open September 2.
1 Registration figures reveal that
the Center will operate at full ca
pacity beginning ir. the fail. Ap
proximately 100 children have been
cut on the waiting list because of
limited facilities and staff,
j The Tuttle Center is a settle
l ment house where persons from
j 2 1-2 to 80 eyars come for some
I form of help. Heie they rest, read,
| look at TV, learn handicraft and
i other skill;;, sing and act in plays,
j play the piano, and have furi.
From 1921 to 1938, one small
! salary and operating fund was
j squeezed out of the budget of
the Bishop Tuttle School. Rum
mage Sales, membership drives,
i plays, bazaars, and donations,
j The Community Chest of Ra
' leigh came to the rescue in
1938 and held the doors open
for community service by an
annual allocation of $248.
In 1943 the Comr.u nity Chest al
location was $4,085.34, and in 1953
I the United Fund provided $10,203.
! Miss Pearl Snodgrass, a board
' member, began the Friends Orga
; nization which has helped with
| donations and services, according
j to Mrs. F J, Carnage, the center di-
In 1930. Dr. and Mrs. \ . Hun
; ter, formerly connected with St.
Augustine's College, saw the need
iof a playground and Community
| House for Negroes in East. Raleigh
; and gave six lots and a small
| dwelling for that purpose.
Mrs. Hunter and Miss Bertha
| Richards, then Dean of t.he Bishop
Tuttle School of Social Work and
Religious duration, remodeled the
| It Pays To
nuiiaing oy June, 1931. The Tuttle
School students, Miss Rosa Kittrell
and the late Miss Esther V. Brown
began the program that has out
grown the present, building.
The much-need sleeping and ac
tivity room, viewed during open
house, was erected from gifts of
friends A fegulsr license issued on
July 1 would not have been pos
sible without the new activity
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At open house, thanks were ex
tended to Misses Elizabeth Mat
thews and Bertha Richards, the Bi
shop Turtle School graduates. Miss
Pearl Snodgrass,, the Remits Chib,
Board members, Jo; k and Jill Club,
AKA Sorority, Tots end Teens
Club, Sub Jr. Womans Club, Rev,
John M. Coleman, and other?.
THE CENTER HAS served
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taut nervous tension, helps dry up
nasal passages. Ail this without
taxing painful injections and with
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hay fever distress.
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and freedom from asthma or hoy
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a new healing substance (Bio-
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thousands at people In many
ways. The well organited nur
sery' school ha* enabled moth
er* to work, has given many
pre-school children a better
atari in life, and extended gui
dance, protection and fun for
teen agers. Adults have discov
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Hoard of Directors include:
Miss D S. Lane, chairman; Mrs.
Harlan C. Brown secretary: Mrs.
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