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Ministers’ Wives Hold
First Meeting Os Year
On Tuesday, October 7, at 7;00
p m. The Ministers’ Wives Alliance
of Raleigh held their first meeting
at the Y W. C. A. Their president,
Mrs. J. a Forbes, presided at this
Mrs. J W, Jones led an Inspira-
Fete Set For
NEW ORLEANS Both Fisk
University’s president and its foot
ball team will be honored guests of
Dillard University here for the
Oct. 13 weekend when Dillard cel
ebrates Homecoming and observes
its Pounders’ Day
The Dillard Blue Devils will
meet the Fisk Bulldogs for the tra
ditionai homecoming gridiron con
test on Oct. 18. The following day
Dr, Stephen J. Wright, president
of Fisk, will be the principal
speaker at Founders’ Day exer
The two schools arc traditional
■football rivals and sister institu
tions feinted to the American Mis
Safe telle? io ?0 seconds. So effec
tive and wild it’s tscoTimended by
P#r«n*s' Magatinc for teething
pains. Ai.c excellent for denture d
* lat’Ons. A for every medicine
cabinet. OR A -JEL |
Now J feu can sfei the fast yon p.wfi
Irons aa&gintf headflcho and
muscular aches. and pains that often wise
mtiess nights and miserable tJefi o;.?
f*»?linsr*. Wr.cn these discomfort* non* e on
wfth ovar-exertion or stress and strain
-you viant relief—want it fast! Another
disturbance fray b* mild bladder irritation
following wrong food and drink—often si -
ting up a restless uncomfortable fectinsr.
Doan’s Fills work fast in 8 separate
waye: i.by speedy pain-relieving action to
«*sao torment of nagging' backache, head
aches. muscular aches and pains. 2. by
eooUifrig effect on bladder irritation,!?. by
mild diuretic action tending to increase
output of the 15 miles cf kidney tubes.
Enjoy s good night’s sleep and th<
same happy relief millions have for over
GO year*. New. largo sise saves money.
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Asthma Formula Prescribed
l Most By Doctors—Available
i v ( Now Without Prescription
g/Stopa Attacks in Minutes ,
W«rV«rk,ff, Y. <Sp*vi»l)—'The asthma
formula prescribed more than any
f ether by doctors for their private
1 patients is now available to asthma
sufferers without prescription.
Medical tests proved this formula
stops asthma attacks in minutes and
gives hours of freedom from recur
ranee of painful asthma spasms.
This formula is so effective that it
Is the physician*’ leading asthma
prescription—so safe that now it can
be geld without prttcripHon in
Any tablets called PnmaUne ■'§.
Science Shrinks Piles
New Way Without Surgery
Stops Itch— Relieves Pain
New York, N. Y. (.Special')-
FCr the first time science has
found a new healing substance
with the astonishing ability to
shrink hemorrhoids, stop itch.
y ing, and reiieve pain -- without
in one hemorrhoid ease after
ment” was reported and veri
fied by doctors’ observations.
Pain was relieved promptly.
And, while gently relieving
pain, actual reduction or re
traction (shrinking) took place.
And moat, amazing of all
this improvement whs main
tained in cases where doctors’
observations were continued
over a period of many months!
In fact, results were so thor
ough that sufferers were able
to make- such/sstonishing state
ment s as ‘•Piit‘.,Yiavc ceased to be
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i tiona! devotion. A beautiful mes
, sago of welcome was extended by
the president. She then asked Mrs.
W. M. Williams to lead a prayer
for guidance to all ministers’
wives of the city that the work
this year may be more effective.
Mrs. J. W. Jones led a quiet dis
cussion on “How Ministers’ Wives
May Better Serve Tn The Com
munity. ’ A question and answer
All ministers’ wives are invited
to attend the meetings each first
and third Tuesdays in each
month, for one hour.
Mrs. Gladys Sherrill will serve
as program chairman with many
other ministers’ wives on the com
Mrs. Victory Saunders will serve
ias membership chairman. Other
1 committees will be announced at
i the next meeting.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: From
September 27 to October 6.
marriage licenses were issued
to the following persons, ac
cording to the Wake County
Recorder of Deeds:)
Willie- Bates. Jr.. 29. R.F.D. 1.
Wended.' and Alice Scott, 37, of
j Frank Ferrell. 4.3. of 703 N. A
-1 cedemy Street Cary, and Daisy S.
Brown, 38. R.F.D t. Carv;
William E. roller. 32, of 528 East
Prcctoi Street. Durham, and Mar
garet E Stephens, of 402 Powe
Artis C. Winston. Jr.. 22. of H-S.
Washington Terrace Raleigh, and
Elisabeth TX Truesdale 17. of 5136
Sixteenth Street, N.E., Washing
ton. D 0.;
I Carlton Perry. 61, of 1715 Pen
der Sheet. Raleigh, and* Arilia
Boss, 63 of Raleigh;
Chart's Sanders. 22. of 1715
| Pender St reet. Raleigh, end Mil
dred i'.i Terrell. 24. of 1715 Pender
I Street. Raleigh:
Doctor Byrd Hooker, 62. of Apex,
i and !: ore Upchurch Walden, 33,
j of Apex.
| William P. Hill !«. of 211 S.
Haywood Street. Raleigh, and Car
olyn Ir e Perry, 17. of 619 1-2 East
Hargett Street. Raleigh: and
Laddie Smith. Jr,, R.F.D. !, Box
129, Anex, and Gerfha Lee Walden, |
13. R.F.D, 1. Box 115, Apex.
A paved dairy barnyard not only j
• lick:- t; winter mud problem, but
Your success is measured by
, the kindly help and cheer that you
! impart to others.
~,Relief Lasts for Hours!
i Primstenfi opens bronchia! tubes,
■ loosens mneous congestion, relieves
: t-aut nervous tension. Ali this with*
i out taking painful injections.
I 3 medicines (in full prescription
i strength) found most effective in
■ combination for asthma distress.
Each performs a special purpose.
t So look forward to sleep at night
i and freedom from asthma spasm*
i I ... get Primatene, at any drugstore,
i j Only 98f— money-back-gUßrantee,
j c MM* WMt*iudl flwtf«BM»* Git .up***
a problem!” And among these
sufferers were a very wide va
riety of hemorrhoid conditions,
some of 10 to 20 years’ standing.
All this, without the use of
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin
gents of any kind. The secret is
a new healing substance (Bio-
Dyr.c’) - the discovery of a
world-famous research institu
tion, Already, Bio-Dyne is in
wide use for healing injured
tissue on all parts of the body.
This new healing substance
is offered in s-uvposiiory or oinU
i'>ent form called Preparation
H * Ask for individually sealed
convenient Preparation H. wup
posttoriea or Preparation H
ointment with special appli
cator. Preparation H is Sold at
ad! drug counters. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded.
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BEAUTY lOR DEBS Mbs. ChrisuiMua Judkins S’iiis, local beauty college ou-ner, i* pictured il
lustrating the latest hail styles tor prospective 1958 debutantes of this city. From left to right on front ;
j row are Miss Gloria Freeman (seated) and Mrs. Pitts. Second row, left to right, Misses Antoinette!
j Spaulding. Pe-gis f.’urrin, and Laureue yu Ics. Backrow. Misses VFcldena Williman and Lula Blount. j
PROSPECTIVE K'l l ..!<"’■ II i :,:ly bints from Mrs. Haro.. ,
leigh K. \\ fine of the Snavv University home economics staff. These voung ladies are scheduled to make
; their bows to society on November 28 at. the Ralegh Memorial Auditorium here. From left to right are j
J Misses Azelcnc Lipscomb, Carolyn Sanders, Denniese Perry, Mrs. White, Misses Carol Morgan, Ellen i
! Hackaday and Willis Reeves.
AKA Sorors Hold 1 st Meet T o
Make Plans For 1553 Deb Ball
The social and program com- j
mittec of the Alpha Theta Omega .
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha j
Sorority held the first in a series !
of meetings for the 1958 Debu- j
I tantes at Chavis Heights Center, j
Monday, October 6.
In order to serve the community j
through the medium of its youth ;
this committee has selected again j
the nucleaus of the 1958 Debu- i
tantes to plan and provide many i
educational and social activities
i during the school year.
keep hair r mm !
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&0. ..YOLK KAO* Ci.JrT Tests AND SH.CN £S i'OR VtifV.i
•. * tMAUii. ao N A ro'RAU.T SCUT AND NOT GAEASY.
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i TAiNft RAhC StUCOWC.,. ASK YOU? SLAUTfCiAN Cfc
■««__ caamin |
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•R>*4 ie-DCA-V i OktJJ, tNC. S C* l C ■<«* Bmt« Mtc.Vj«»
| I and enmragmf I
I “One &f the greatest sf&ms |
r Jl*« S "affirmaSrS^^^piringst^J
of what CAN happen in America.”
I -JACKIE ROBINSON 1
8 Btmm mwmm wmmmm i
U! MONTGOMERY STORY
iriing b00k... an appeal to the very best p
ture.”— The New Yorker 1
*HARPIR & BROTH £«3,0«pt.35,4 V £. J3St„M.Y.UbN.V. A*
Gentlemen: Flense send me STRIDE TOWARD!»
I The Debs were organised and
i the following officers were install
| ed: President. Patricia Malone:
j Vice President, Wcldena Williams;
I Secretary, Gloria Freeman; A-ssis
j scant Secretary, Ellen Hockaday;
| Treasurer, Peggy Curnn; program,
; Judith Moore; Social Chairman.
I Johnese White
| The guest consultants for this
] meeting were Mrs. Harveleigh
White, Home Economics teacher,
• Shaw University and Mrs. Chris
: Liana Pitts, assisted by Mrs. Al.~
• acrid Pcttiford Hair-sty Ust, -Ci
j vella Beauty College.
Mrs. White gave a very interest
| ins talk on “Good Grooming at.
j All Times” and answered many
I questions for the young ladies.
Mrs. Pitts and Mrs. Pettiford
hair-stylists, gave several demon
strations of hair-styles for differ-
I ent occasions. A lively and inter
j eating question and answer period
| followed the demonstrations,
i The following sorority members
(were present* Mrs. s. v. Perry,
!! Chairman of Committee; Mr*. F. j
V. Latham, Co-Chairman: Mrs. G.
: ; V Hunt, Mrs. B S. Lewis, Mrs. M. !
:; W. Wiieele:, Mrs. P. B. Mann,
Mrs. H. M. Edmonson. Mrs, A. H.
Logan. Miss O. Y. Wallace, Mrs. J. I
;c. McLendon, and Mi's. M. B. j
. j Eaton.
i A social hour climaxed the ac- j
i! tivities of the evening.
GALESBURG, 111. (ANP.)—Allan !
Nevine professor of history, Co- 1
■ 1 mnbia University, believes that j
! with, the coming of social, eeo- ;
| nonsic and cultural equality of the !
Negro, "intermarriage of the white !
; and Negro races is inevitable.” j
Nevine made this statement i
at the Joseph Medili synipos- i
ium on constitutional ques- j
lions of the Lincoln-Douglas
debates, during the recent
four-day centennial festival )
held at Kuov college. His idea I
is at variance with (hat of
four psychologists who earlier
predicted that the arrival
of integration would not mean
the “wholesale Inter-marriage
Said Nevins, "Once the colored j
! race has become socially, econom- j
ically and culturally the absolute i
equal of the white race, as It must !
become if we carry out tiie pre- ;
cepts of the Declaration of Inde- ;
pendence, then intermarriage will !
“A mingling of the races will j
; proceed with increasing rapidity. I
1 Nobody will advocate that as an j
| object, but it will lie an inevitable j
“It is as unpopular to say
this id Cialfci burg in 1958, as it
j war unpopular for Lincoln to
I say in 1858 that slavery must
be put In the path of rxtlnc
“But the generation of 1988
j must accept this hard, grim
fact, not evade H, and must
make plans for meeting It.”
His suggested "plans”, are that,
in both the North and South, the
Negro must be “raised to 8. plane
in character, cultivation and man
ner* where they will be entirely
fit- to intermarry with the white
Irrigation help* tobacco nine
years oui of ten.
K know that taxes are
outrageous. hot enn’t w«
PLiiAKB cat somethin* he*
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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1958
In Our Basement Store
Shop Friday 0 A. M. ’Til 0 P. M.
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