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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18. IS?.*
roNt;RA TI LATIONS BJtllH
The many friend* of the hndr ;
and groom wish to cong: v.iialu-
Mr and Mrs. Roosevelt El}k>U. \» ho
were married last Thursday even
ing at the home of the Rev M
I', Booker, pastor of the Maple
Temple Christian Church here the
bride is the former Miss Sylvia
SYMP VTHY !X I1 MH O
Kalrlshite* arc In deep s>m
with thr fellow Ins fund
iifs: Calvin Copeland In thr
death of his wife Mr*. Louise
Baugh Copeland .inrt Mrs \n
nir Beil Fincher and favnll)
in the death of nee brother,
Mi .Tiime* rowel! of « hiinC"
tl! Mrs. Fincher left by plane
Sunday to attend tin- funeral
»ers ires on October lit.
ITTEVDI n NFtV BURN Ml FT
Delegates end grand officers
who attended the Household of
Ttuth and Odd Fellows Convention
*n New Bern recently were Mrs
Violet' Pullen, Mrs. Isabel! Adams
and Mr. D. IT Reid.
HAPPY RTRTHOAYS EXTENDED
The CAROLINIAN joins the
friends of the following persons in
extending birthday felicitations:
Charles R. .Tones, CAROLINIAN
managing editor, who observed
his natal date on Monday. October
13: William Taylor, October 13. and
little MiSs Elaine Walker, who
celebrated her birthday during the
NORWOOD AUXILIARY MEETS
Thr Charles T. Norwood A
merlcan Legion Auxiliary No.
157 met October 12 at the
Home on E Cabarrus Street.
November 11 will be Veterans’
Day and there will be a turkey
raffle held. On Monday cern
tng. October 20. there will be
a call meeting for members and
the auxiliary at the Home. All
are areed to be in attendance.
ROSEBUD GARDEN Cl IT*
The Rosebud Garden Club met
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MECHANICS & FARMERS
RALEIGH - DURHAM
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j mS HILLSBORO STREET. RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA TFL. TE 3-1071
i On ihi'i ;■ .it the home of Mrs. Jac- i
>;■ hue '• -.'pci Mrs A A Cooke !
| t i espied After devotion and a j
! i • icf bnsiin rs .session. Mrs. Eva P. :
| Wile.v mmie a splendid renort on !
a film 'howri the club in Septcm
bet at liic Richard B. Harris Li
iv-N'.-y on the arrangement of cut
flowers and m*v to dry flowers
and arrange them. The members
j werp favored by some encouraging
I remarks by a visitor. Mrs. Aridic
Gotham Logan. A delightful course
j .'•.!* served by the hostess. Mem
j : vs n.-esenf were Mesdames Lucy
) Evan«. Auliie flre-'ie, Jennie
‘ t nai'l:'* Jacouel'ne Cooper. A. A
; Cvvkc, Mow Margrave, Tsaheße
1 HodtPV Mabel Young. Tde Deir) E
I*• Wii ' Nellie Small, J. W Jone*.
' F!ov,» Ceiten and Lessie Blalock.
; Thy next meeting wilt be held on
\ November 12 at the borne of Mrs", i
''!<y, .? cotter SIS A. East Street.
'MKIS HOG FARMING PAY
I O R Curtis. Raleigh business
j man <* ho still holds to his Wake
j Count' - farm located ten m lies
east of Raleigh on Route 1. Knight
dale, says "hogs will do it. if you
give them a chance." He continues.
"Os course you have to work hard
gnd keep your eyes on what you
According; to W. C. Daven
port, Negri) County Agent,
Curtis recently fed out 24 qua
lity bog* to 220-230 pounds and
placed them on the market at
five months of age. The lot
Feed cost over the five-month
period was $734.15 including foun
dation stock, leaving a net profit
Wdh bis five Yorkshire-Essex
brood sows. Curtis devotes his 25
acre farm of which 1! acres arc
cleared to hog farming. He mar--
kets well over 100 hogs annually.
SPECIAL STORY HOCK
There will be a special T
NITFD NATIONS Story Hour
j at Richard It, Harrison Public
Library or. Saturday, October
18, at 11:30 in the morning.
't he following stories will he
told: "Four Riddles" from Pak
istan. "Uncle Boukt Rents A
Horse” from Haiti, "Paul Bun
van’s Cornstalk" from C.S.A |
•The Priest and The Pear
Tree" from China, and "The i
Bridge of St. Cloud” from
THIRD MEETING HELD
The 9 and 5 Club hold its third J
meeting for the season recently. |
Mrs. Addie Harris was the hostess |
fm the first meeting, Mrs Mary j
Marable, the second meeting, and ]
Mrs, Geneva P. Brown, the third.
At each of the metings pokeena
was played and a lovely repast
j was served.
Members of this dub me Mcr
dames Geneva Brown, Cornelia
! Cobb. Lovie Ellis, Alma Harrison.
Addie Harris. Emma Jones. Ruth
Lawrence, Nan Robinson, Bara
Sharper. Mary Marable. ' mio
Webb. Bessie Wesley and Bertha i
Mrs. Brown had as bet guest ;
Miss I.nuise Perry.
ROYALETTES IN TALKS
On Sunday, October 12. the
Royalettes met at the home of Mrs.
Cornelia Haywood on Oberlin Rd
The meeting was presided over by
Mrs. Eleanor Flagg Tire follow
ing members shared in an interest
ing discussion and a lovely repast:
Mesdames Carrie Morgan, Mary
Z. Hopkins, Leona Morgan. Jean
ette Fields. Doris Brown, Amelia
L. Peebles. Mabel Haywood Su
san Haywood. Louise Rand. Jose
phine Morgan Mildred Scnrver.
Helen Goode, Virginia Blount and
Miss Catherine Williams.
The next, meeting is to be held
at the home of Mrs. Susan Hay
wood on Chamberlain Street, on
the second Rundav in November.
Thr Sunshine Circle Club of St. j
Paul Church sponsored a Colum- !
bus Day Tea at the residence of j
Mrs. l ovie Williams. 204 N iar- j
boro Street on October if. Read
ings were rendered by Mr Edgar
Evans, deacon of Topper Memorial
Church. The amount of money
raised was $17.55. Mrs Mary Lit
tlejohn. president. Mrs. Annie
Massenburg. secretary. Mrs. Geor
gia Wall, treasurer and Rev I<. S.
Penn is pastor.
Mrs. Lena Gnu lone*, form
erly of Ra'eieb, died October
3 in New York City. She was
the daughter of Mr* Vinie
\ Goss and the inte Allen Goss
1 nf Ral-ich. Her survivors are:
a daughter. Miss Vinie 1 Em's
of New York City; mother,
Mrs. Vinnie Go**- three sisters:
j Mrs. Julia Nevels and Mr*
I Margie Dunston. both of Ral
i Hgh and Airs I.enora L Har-
J ris, Philadelphia; a niece, a
I nephew and two great nep
hews. The funeral services
were held at St, Augustine’s
Catholic Church in New York
City on Octber 10 at 9:20 a. m.
MBS. CURTIS ILL
Mrs. Gertrude Curtis, formerly
of 1215 Newborn Avenue, is seri
ously ill in New York City.
HAMPTON ALUMNI SESSION
The North Carolina Region of
the National Hampton Alumni
Association will hold an executive
committee meeting at the YMCA,
Bloodworth Street. Raleigh, on
Sunday, October 19 at 11:30 A M
H. V. Brown, national president
! of the Hampton Alumni Associa
tion will address the group. Other
national officers expected to be
present are: N. B. White, first vice
president; Mrs. Fannie T New
come, state chairman for the Alum
ni Scholarship Fund; J. J. Hender-
Cor. Fayetteville and Hunter
Tl 3-3283 Raleigh. N. C.
9;3i5 Sunday School
II:00 WOMhlp Service
6:00 PM B T. D.
7:30 Wednesday Teachers
I 8:30 Wednesday —■ Prayer
j Weekly Church Roundup
Bv Mrs. May L. Broadie
RV MRS. MAY L. BROADIE
"Our Father, we thank Thee for i '
ing tins gospel and doing our best j ■
| the Holy Bible and for Thy spokes- j
jir.cn who preach and tench and ii
I live Thy truth day by day. May j
' we show our gratitude by rocciv- i i
1 10 spread the good news to every :
OBERLIN, BAPTIST Sunday ;
School aot underway at 9;45 with i
the supt, Mr. Walter Curtis, in
charge and a large audience in at- ,
tendance. The morning worship ;
started at 11 o'clock with the sen- ,
tor choir in charge of music, di- ,
; rcctcd by Mrs. Elsie Hayes. Or-
I ganist, Mrs. Lucy Campbell. The .
I scripture was read by the pastor,
jDr Grady D Davis, from the sth .
j chapter of St. Luke A very power
| ful message was delivered by the
Rev. James Alexander of Shaw
University, from St. Luke s, sth
chapter, 4th verse
YOUNG'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Sunday School started
at the regular time with Mrs. Del
ia R. Ford. supt.. in charge. Morn
ing worship began at 11 o'clock
with tiie senior choir in charge j
of music under the direction of j
Miss Bettie Broadie. From the |
book of Si. Mark, 3rd chapter. 35th j
verse, a very beautiful and inspira- ■
tional sermon was brought by the j
pastor the Rev. J. N. Lcvmvtte. ;
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST j
Sunday School opened at 9:45 ]
with Miss Nannie Morgan, supt,
m charge. At the morning worship
hour, the junior choir was in
j charge of music, directed by Mi
Leon Haywood A sointua! sermon
1 was delivered by the Rev Oscar
! w. Burwtek, nastor, from the 29th
chapter of Acts
son member of Hampton Board of !
Trustees; C. H Williams, chair- j
man of the Fund Raising Commit- :
tee; William M. Hubbard, chair- |
man of the Program Committee; |
and Major Waltei R. Brown La' - ;
lonal Treasurer and Acting Execu
tive Alumni Secretary.
Some of the items to be discuss- j
ed are: compietidft of the $50,000.00
scholarship fund; planning arid
executing challenging local chan
ter programs of work: reports from
standing committees; and repoits
from district- and local presidents.
Newly elected officers are: Mrs.
A G ' Robinson, vice-president,
western district: J. D. Lennon,
vice-president, central district, R.
G, Christian. Jr. southeastern dis
trict- and Melvin Johnson, north
eastern district; Mrs. A. B. Thomp
son. recording secretary: Mrs. iv il
ia Johnson, corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. Lnvonia Allison, assist
ant recording secretary; R. Kelly
Bryant. Jr . treasurer; G. D. White,
parliamentarian; James Roger*,
sergeant -at-arms; T. A Parks,
rhanlain; and I. C. Rogers, presi- •
Free Copy Os
j King’s Book
NEW YORK A free copy of
, Martin Luther King's “Stride To
| WBl'd Pppp dom: The Montgomery
I Story" to listeners of New- York’s
i radio WMOA who sent in a jacket
from a copy of the book was of
fered by the station s owners re
cently Unique in the program’s
history the free book offer fol
lowed a taped address Dr King
! had made to the Bronx Council
! of Churches
Request* for interviews from ra
dio and television as well as for
speaking engagements continue to
pour in lor the 29 year old Negro
leader wno prepared last week to
leave the Harlem Hospital.
Still convalescing from a near
fatal attack made on him at an
autographing book event in a Har
lem department store, Dr. King
will stay at the home of friends
i in New York. He v/ill return to
j Montgomery, Alabama, later this
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LILY OF THE VALLEY BAP- !
TtST Church School got under- !
wav at 6:45 with Mr Joseph Wil
liams, Sr., in charge. There was
no morning worship service held.
FIRS T CONGREGATIONAL
CHRISTIAN -- Sunday School be
gan av 9:45 with the supt.,, Mr.
Sherman Lewis, in charge. A
large number was present at the
morning worship service with the
junior choir in charge of music,
unde- the direction of Mr. Ernest.
Massenburg. A very uplifting ser
mon was brought by the pastor,
the Rev. Howard Cunningham.
UNION BAPTIST -- Sunday j
School, under the direction of Mr.
B. T. Sanders, started at 9:45 with
a very large group present. Morn
ing worship got underway at 1!:-
30. A very uplifting sermon was
delivered by the pastor, the Rev.
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday
School began at 9:JO with the supt.,
Sunday School Lesson
By DR. G. F. MADKINS
Presiding Elder, Sanford District, Central North
Carolina Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church
LESSON Hl—October 19
The subject of this week’s lesson j ,
is “The Meaning of Jesus' Bap- I
U.srn ' based upon St. Matthew 3:3- ! ;
17; Luke 3:15-22. j (
MEMORY VERSE: "I am come j i
i to do thy will. O God.” Hebrews 1 s
! 10:7. <
TlME—Late in the year A.D, 26, j i
ana early in the year A.D. 27.
PLACE —The exact place Jesus | :
I was baptized cannot be identified, \ ]
| but it was somewhere on the bank j
of the Jordan River, probably not | \
far from the city of Jericho.
PLAN OF LESSON
T. Tsaili’s prohecy of a forerun- I
nor of Christ.—Matthew 3:3,
Li. John the Baptist’s preparation !
for the ministry.—Matthew 8:4-10, ■
HI. John bears witness to the I
preeminence of Christ.—Matthew •
3:11-12; Luke 3:15-18.
IV. John’s arrest bv He-rod.
VI. Jesus is baptized by John.— j
Matthew 3:13-17, Luke 3:21-22,
DISCUSSION OF LESSON
Approximately 30 years have e- !
lapsed between the close of the j
second chapter of Matthew and the
events of the chapter which forms
the subject of our study. All this
time. Jesus had been living quiet
ly, laboring as a carpenter, obedi
ent every moment of his life to
; God waiting for the hour to come
; when he knew no should begin his
j public ministry thirty years in
seclusion, three years before the
public, then death, ressurection,
The exact time when John began
his ministry is given to vis in Luke
3:1. John the Baptist suddenly ap
pears in manhood and enters upon
the full discharge of his mission.
The re<: or d of his life between
childhood and adulthood is sum
med up in a single terse phrase
"and the child grew, and waxed
strong in spirit, and was in the
deserts til! the day of his showing
| unto Israel (Luke 1:80). Ho proba
bly began his v/ork near Jericho,
at a point on the river whero the
caravans would cross: from these
he would draw his earnest audien
ces, and through them news of his
appearance and work would reach
Jerusalem and the surrounding
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j Mr. William H. Taylor Sr., in
I charge It was Installation Day
and the principal of Cary Elemen
tary School, Mr. E. F. Rayfora, was
the featured speaker. Morning wor
ship got: underway at 11 o'clock
with the junior choir in charge j
of music, under the direction of j
Mr William Wilson Hurdle. Or- j
papist, Miss Cardriennc Stanley
Scripture was read by the Rev. J.
A. Lester and morning prayer was
offered by the Rev. Daniel N.
Howard, Sr. A very inspiring ser
mon was brought, by the Rev.
Charles R. McCreary pastor of the |
I Calvary Baptist, Church of Dsn- J
vißc, Virginia. His subject was: !
“Measureless Power Os God." It !
was taken from the book of Tin- !
hesians, 3rd chapter and the 20th |
ST. PAUL A ME—Sunday School j
opened at the usual hour with the
superintendent. Mrs, Hattie Mit
chell, in charge, Mrs Geneva
John the Baptist's very appear
ance attracted attention. He wore
cloaek of camel’s hair, probably
an undressed skin or cloth of the
coarse wool, and for a girdle bind
ing it about his waist not a gay
sash or a studded belt, but s leath
His food was locust and wild
DR, G. F. MADKINS
We must be overwhelmed by the
ordinance of baptism itself. It does
of itself give salvation. Salvation
is not external, but. internal. Bap
tism is a sign and seal of what has
already been accomplished by an
act. of God. The ordinance is a
most sacred rite and should be re- 1
garded as such. Therefore, men
should not. quibble over being
sprinkled or emersed; what dif
ference does it, make when it
comes to salvation.
The people we are told flocked
to hear John the Baptist and were
stirred by his addresses. King Her
od, fearing lest the great, influence
John had over the r>eopte might
be used by him to raise a rebellion,
sent him to the fortress of Macher
us as a prisoner and had him put
What is really Important in man
is a change of heart through the
Holy Spirit unto salvation.
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Brown, pianist. Miss Jessie Me
banc, chorister. The pastor, the '
Rev. I. S. Penn, Rave an interest
ing review of the lesson. The |
morning worship service began j
with the choristers in procession,
Mr. Thornley of St. Augustine Col
lege, guest organist. The pastor
took his text from Job 23-3. ‘O
That 1 Know Where I Might Find
Him! That [ Might Come Even To j
His Seat!" Subject—“A search for 1
God Jt was brought out that, as
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