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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER (I. l#si
RETURN FROM JACKSONVILLE
Mrs M H, Landis and niece. Miss
Joyce Gienn, of 301 W. South St.,
returned from Jacksonville, N. C.,
recently, where they visited the
Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Walker.
Rev. Walker is the pastor of the
First Baptist Church there. While
in Jacksonville the pair motored to
several adjoining beaches.
MR AYD MRS. ROKES VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rokes have
r*turned to Madison. Ne%v Jersey
after spending two weeks here, vis
iting Mr. Rokes’ fiimily. He is the
son of Mrs Mary Rokes, 315 S.
Haywood Street The Rokes and
baby daughter, Cynthia, also jour
neyed to Mrs. Sokes' home in Dar
lington. S. C, to spend some time
with her family. Rekes is a native
of this city.
RALEIGH DAT NURSERY OPENS
The Raleigh Day Nursery, lo
cated In Chavis Heights' Com
munity Building, held Its an
nua! registration on Friday,
August 29, and was formally
opened at 8:a. m. on Tuesday,
September 2, The nursery, a
member agency of the United
Fund of Raleigh, I* tinder the
direction of Mrs Ro*i* D.
MRS. THORPE RETURNS
Mrs Lucille Thorpe of 1507 Z.
Edenton Street has .'••■''turned to the
city after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Scott of Hampton Va. Mrs
Scott is the daughter of Mra.
MRS WEBB IS HOSTESS
Mrs. A. T. Webb of $22 New
Bern Avenue, had as her recent
house guests, her sister. Mrs. Jo
sephine Blalock of Norfolk, Va.,
and the Bsnicer* of Brooklyn, N.
Y. While in Raleigh the Bankers
were highly entertained on sepa
rate occasion* by Mis* Phyllis
Mann of E. Jones treet, and Miss
Clarice H add on of Oak wood Ave
BACK FROM NORTHERN VISIT
Mra Carrie Morgan and daugh
ter, Joyce, returned from an ex
tended vacation in Stamford, Conn..
East Brookfield, Mass. *nd New
MRS, GENEVA BYRD GUEST
Mrs. Geneva Byrd was the guest
es Mrs. Victoria Boland while vis
iting Norman. N. C. to attend the
recent revival services of the Si.
Luke Baptist Church Mrs. Rvrd’s
husband, the late Rev, Walter
#rmas Byrd, pastured the church
for 38 years'. Mrs. Byrd was warm
ly welcomed by the church mem
RETURNS TO GREENSBORO
Mrs. Sudie F Byarm has return
ed to her home in Greensboro af
ter spending several day* with her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mr* fred D. Washington here.
MRS, SAPP IS BACK
Mi-*. Mary B. Sapp has returned
her home after vacationing in
New York City, Buffalo, N. Y., and
portions of Canada.
MRS. JESSIE HUNT ENTERTAINS
Mb. Jessie Hunt of Watson
Street b*4 as her gncsts reeent
i ly. Mrs. Ss-llio Baker and Mrs.
Lucille Smith. Both are natives
#if Raleigh, Mrs. Baker was va
e&tftmteff from New York Mrs.
MECHANICS & FARMERS
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Smith spent the summer in
New York and New Jersey and
has returned to Warrenton, Ga.
"’here she !s employed at the
Warrenton High School.
CAMDEN STREET VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. James Prewitt of
Newport News. Va, were the week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
McNair of 112 Camden St. Mrs
Pi-matt is the former, Miss Clara
Farrington of E. Edenton-St, and
attended Lucille Hunter School.
WINTERS HAVE HOUSE GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. John Winters and
mother, Mrs. Mary Winters of 90S
E. State Street, had as their house
guest for seevral weeks, Mrs. Zelda
Winters and daughter, Judith Ann
Winters of Buffalo, N. Y.
MRS SHARPER, DAUGHTER
Mr*. Sarah B. Sharper and
daughter Miss Gloria Sharper,
have returned home after spend
ing theii vacation with her son,
Mr, Alton Sharper, in Seatlte. Wa
shington, and visiting other points
in the far west.
PASTORS EXCHANGE PULPITS
Last. Wednesday night the pastor.
Rev. W. D. Carson, his choir and
congregation of Rush Memorial
Church worshipped at Cotton St
Church with Rev. Leverette and
his congregation where he preach
ed a soul-stirring sermon
On Sunday afternoon at 3 p, m.
Rev. Leverette, his choir and con
gregation worshipped at Rush
Memorial A. M. F Zion Church
where he too preached a fine ser
You a*e invited to a "Water mel
on Feast" at Rush Memorial A. M.
E. Zion Church on Thursday eve
ning at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Martha Hammond and Miss
Dorothy Hammonds of 531 F Ca
barrus St. together with Mrs. Hel
REV. BOONE DELIVERS
Pre-dedicatory sendee* were
held for the Tupper Memorial Bap
tist church recently
The services began with the reg
ular 11:00 morning service deliver
ed by the pastor, Rev M R.
At 3:00 o’clock the Rev. F T
Bodrtte of Petersburg Va. was the
speaker with a stirring message
The Rev. J. W. Jones, choir and
congregation of The Fayetteville
St. Baptist church rendered the 7:
All of these services were well
attended The congregation is hap
py to be back in its church after
being out about 3 months so it.
could be renovated!
MISS ADDEBSA BROWN
The following people entertained
Addesa Brown and the following
friends: Marguerite Raines; Bettye
Stevens, Gloria Debnam Clarice
Rand. Martha Davis. Lewis Ste
vens. Clarence Alston, Clarence
Rogers. Mary E. Williams, Manuel
Crockett and Mrs. G. P. Brown.
Addessa is leaving for TaMedaga
Mrs Stevens and grand daugh
ter honored Ader.se to a dinner par-
ty. Marguerite Raines a going away
party, Clarice Raines a dinner par
ty, and Mrs Sara Sharper and
daughter a dinner. A lovely repast
was served on each occasion and
enjoyed by all.
By MISS DORA D STROUD
St. lames AME
METHOD On the next fifth
Sunday and each fifth Sunday ser
vice will be held at St. James AME
Church at 11 o'clock. Let, members
and friends make ’his an enjoy
able worship service.
We listened to an excellent La
bor Day sermon by Dr. Grady D,
Davis Sunday morning.
Dr. Dcvis stressed the point that
people need to work and should be
happy (o do whatever kind of
work they are fitted best to do,
telling his hearers that Christ Jesus
and all his followers were working
men ana why should we all not
glory in being able to work.
It was a grand sermon and one
to be remembered. Dr. Davs has
had a month's vacation from his
pulpit and he came back filled with
vigor and increased knowledge.
Attenci service at the Christian
Church Sunday Sept. 7th if you
are not in service at your church.
Rev, Harvey Haywood is pastor.
Ten Nights’ Service
St. James AME Church will be
gin a Ten Nights Service next Mon
day night, Sept. Bth. Good speak
ers are expected each night The
public is urged to be present at
Cary Elementary and Berry O'-
Kelly High School opened their
doors for the 1958-59 session Wed
nesday, Sept. 3rd. We trust that
every child of school age will en
roll the first day and continue
through the whole school year.
Let us as parents and patrons do
more for our children's education
this year than at anytime before
Take time to visit your children's
classes and cooperate more close
ly with our principals and teachers.
Also make it a habit to be pres
ent at every P. T. A. meeting
where Our children are attending
school. This will help our commun
ities more than we have any idea.
All our sympathy goes cut to Mr.
Hubert Bowe's wife, children and
sister because of his illness. He has
been quite sick and has been hos
pitalized at St Agnes for some
time. Mrs. Sarah Smith, one of our
most worthy church and communi
ty workers is his sister. Others on
t,he sick list are convalescing.
OUT OF TOWN VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Parrish, Mr.
and Mrs Jas Wilkerson and sons,
Mr. Jas. Kicks and son. Mr. Everette
Parrish, Mr. and Mrs Chas. J. Par
rish. Miss Edna Sherrill and two
sisters with their little neice. De
borah are some of the visitors to
the Parrish, Bethea Sheri!!
homes Miss Ernestine Smith and
Mrs, Katie and Evelyn Smith's
her aunt Miss Gladys Smith spent
Sunday with Mrs. Katie Smith
and her daughter Evelyn.
The Mother's Planning club, an
auxiliary to the Civic League clos
ed the playground activities for
the summer last Thursday after
noon for this season. The meetings
n e been most helpful to the par
ents and the supervised play has
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Weekly Church Roundup
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School opened at 9 45 with
the asst supt,, Mrs. Minnie Jones,
presiding. A large number was
piesent. Worship service began at
the usual hour with the senior
chnir in charge of music. A very
spiritual sermon was delivered by
the Rev. Mr. Burnette.
LILY OF THE VALLEY BAP
TIST CHURCH Church School
got underway at the usual hour
with the superintendent, Mr. Joseph
Williams, Sr„ presiding. A large
number joined in the song and
prayer service after Church School.
It was very uplifting
FIRS T CONGREGATIONAL
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday
School started at 9:45 with the supt.
Mr. Sjvrman Lewis, in charge. A
large number was piesent. Morn
ing wot ship started at the usual
time with the senior choir in
charge of the music, under the di
rection o f Mr. Ernest Massenburg.
A very good message was brought
by the pastor, the Rev. Howard
Cunningham,, from the book of St.
Mark, 6th chapter. 31st verse
The senior choir of the First Con
gregational Christian Church was
presented in a song concert on Sun
day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the
Manly Street Christian Church,
director and organist is Mr. Ernest
OBERLIN BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School got underway at 9.
45 a. m. with the supt., Mr, Walter
Curtis, in charge. Morning worship
started at the usual hour with the
junior choir in charge of the mu
sic. tinder the direction of Mrs.
Gaston Pulley. Organist. Mr Gas
ton Pulley. The pastor, Dr. Grady
D Davis, chose as his subject.
"Faith Without Action Is Dead "
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
CHURCH • Sunday School open
ed at. 9:45 with the supt... Miss Nan
nie Morgan, in charge. Morning
worship began at the usual time
with the senior choir in charge,
under the direction of Miss Nan
nie Morgan. Organist, Mr. Leon
Haywood. The pastor, the Rev O.
W Bur wick, presented s very up
lifting sermon from the 16th chap
ter of St. John.
YOUNG'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME CHURCH • Sunday
School started at 9:45 with the supt.
Mrs. Delia R. Ford, in charge. Mor
ning worship got underway at II
o'clock with the junior choir in
done wonders for the children, may
bigger and heter things be done in
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER
Who snares his life's pure pleas
ures and walks the honest road
who trades with heaping measure*
and lifts his brother's load, who
turns the wrong down bluntly
and finds the right a hand, He
dwells in God s own country.
He tells the holy land.
The Brick A-zettes met August
29 at the home of Mrs. Daisy Al
ston. At this lime the club cele
brated Ihe birthday of Miss Melba
Jeffries. A delicious barbecued
chicken supper was served and
was enjoyed by si! present.
RHAMKATTE —The Usher Board
of Wails Chapel Church observed
its 19th anniversary Sunday night
ai 7.30 p m The Rev. M. F. Book
er from Raleigh preached the an
The welcome address •was given
by Miss Alr.oria Pettiford. while
the response was made by Mrs. Al
bertina Saunders. The history was
read by Mrs Margaret Woodard.
Words of encouragement were giv
en by Mr, James O’Neil, the presi
dent o< the Statewide Usher# Un
The Rev. O'ha Kearney will
preach hus second sermon at Saint
Marys Church Friday night tel
Apes W. C, September 3. The pub
lic i* cordially invited to 6+te*vs.
Lemont C. Jcmea ceiebretad Kte
fifth birthday last Monday. Tea
children were guest# at the party.
They roasted weiner* and ismd
punch and cake.
The. choir of Wait* ChapeSl hotS
a weincr roast on the lawn *t the
horn# of the Pope sisters ias* Moo
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3913 HiiUtboro, (Ul.i.t., N.C.
(Across Ktibrosd—Vreot trt Method)
By Mrs . May L. Bro adie
charge of music, under the dirftet- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
ion of Miss Battle J. Broadie. A Church School started at 9:30 with
wonderful sermon was delivered i.b» supt, Mr, William H. Taylor,
by the pastor, the Rev. J, N. Lever-Sr., in charge Morning worship at
fi(, e. j] o'clock. The Men's choir was in
(Report From South America )
As I write this I have been home
for n week and am still Talking s
bout how good it is to be home. My
experience abroad in Colombia,
South America, ss Fulbright Fel
low was sn enjoyable and profes
sionally rewarding one and one
which 1 shall cherish forever: but
coming home was one of the best
parts of it.
In ihe resports'to the sponsoring
committee and to the State Depart
ment which each participant in the
group of 29 was required to make,
each person I am sure praised the
Seminar as highly successful end
recommended its continuation as a
means of producing amabassadors
of good will between the United
States and Colombia.
Persons with the responsibi
lity of choosing the Seminar
personnel did a wonderful job
of selecting the teacher parti
cipants from all sections of
the United States, from hetero
geneuos educational levels and
from both races. That afforded
a wonderful experiment In hu
man relation?! because all of us
got along beautifully and some
lasting friendships were form
Several questions have been ask
ed of me concerning tha Colombian
peopla and phases of their culture
which are distinct from ours. In a
short serfs* of anteles based on
that trip. I shall try to recall a few
items which impressed most.
Colombia received its independ
ence from Spain in 1819 but. Its in
dustrial and aeoncmie develop
ment ha',’9 scarcely begun. Until
the invention of the airplane and
the popularization of travel by air.
the provinces of Colombia were lit
erally isolated from outside con
tact and from each other because of
the difficult mountainous terrain
It t* therefore only recent that the
country nn a whole has begun to
emerge from a kind of medieval
existence. Extreme poverty exist*
beside lavish living, Beggars, in
cluding ever-present children, are
seen everywhere with outstretch
ed hand*. I’ll never forget the
spectacle of ft young, sickly look
ing mother with four young un
kampt children, one a newborn
baby, sitting on ft busy sidewalk
begging pliifulSy. That was not an
uncommon (tight. For the most part
peopla just walked past her with
out more than a second glance.
Begging however, Is said to be a
racket in many instances and the
foreigner Is warned not to be too
concerned with It. Barents are
said to *hamele*sly send their
children out to beg rather than
seek employment themselves, and
foreigners are asked rot to give to
them directly and help perpetuate
thi* #vit. Those who wish to give
are urged to do »o through reput
able charitable organisations.
.A* far as food is concerned, Am
erican influence has made itself
felt to the extent that one feel* at
homo in meet of tha larger and
better eating place* in the eilie*
One can always get the standard
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bacon and eggs breakfast and cm
the menu can be found familiar
items for lunch or dinner. The din
er must be prepared to spend at
least an hour and a half for lunch
or dinner for South Americans are
accustomed to leisurely dining
with plenty of food accompanied by
stimulating conversation. It there
fore takes that amount of time lo
he served the entire, meal which is
never under five courses
Regarding prices, one can
boy a lavish steak dinner for
about a dollar in the best eat
ing places and for much less In
the “ordinary" places. The final
course in the lunch or dinner is
the omnipresent cup of strong
black coffee called "tinto" in
Spanish which coffee connois
seurs always raved over but
which left me rather sold (Co- .
!»mbia is known as the countrv
which produces the best mild
coffee in the world).
Speaking of coffee, it is the basis
of Colombian economy As the
price of coffee goes so goes the
country. There is a determined ef
fort t.o develop other sources of in
come in order to off-set this en
slavement to the coffee market but
just now the whol® cuonty is large
ly dependent on this product.
An outstanding Colombian eco
nomist asked us to please tell our
acquaintances here in the States, if
we told them nothing else, to try
to understand why the South Am
erican countries must demand a
good price for a pound of coffee. It
ts their chief source of income and
they are struggling to develop in
dustrially. Industrial machinery
which they import primarily from
the United States is extremely
high-priced and in order to pay for
if. they must receive a good price
I willingly pass this information
T willingly pass this information
such charmijng and seemingly sin
cere people that one is easily sold
on their point of view
One other word on coffer:
In recent months the United
Stale* has been importing cof
fee from African markets
whereas it once imported al
most exclusively from South
America. This of course is re
sented by our neighbors to the
South and interpreted as un j
friendly. They claim that ibe j
United States’ neglect of them ,
In prefernce for far-away mar
kets produces economic stress
and provides fertile grounds for
In other words, they claim that
the United States is neglecting her
South American friends in order
to court African and Asian enemies
leaving the way clear for Com
munists who come in and actually
work to alleviate the poverty of
the masses hereby winning con
verts. This, the argument concludes
results from short-sighted econom
ic diplomacy on the part of the
(Continued next week)
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in And Out Os Town
j charge of music, assisted by the
| senior, directed by Mr Charles R
| Frazer. The scripture wa; read by
! the Rev. J. Lester. Morning prayer
was delivered by Mr. A A. Cook®
A very strong and inspiring ser
mon was delivered by the Rev. C
i E. Askew, a former pastor of First
| Baptist, from the Flock of Deutr-r
; onomy 11th chapter 32nd verse.
His subject was. "As the Eagle
Stirs Hij Neat.’
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