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■IWairT JSTUMLHT4- TO
TAKl PAMT IN PItKNCH jpLAlT
Iriilto Ifiittttttion aad
B. AntitdaU th« Dms
,ot ft* School of R«ligion at tiM
SHOT AT n» YOUNG MIN'S SHOP
for you* CHUISTIIAa GIFTS
LAftGE SELKmONS ~ II0IH6RATE «ICE
bi tils Tluolorieal *chool. Mid eolbw* Vm TrtiN^r «Qd
hci^ inatartally with* r«Mox «- Um •wnie™ to’particip«t» with lb*
The YOUNC MENS SHOP
IS»~tl8 EmI mm* StoMt
PRINTS AKD all the NEW SHADES
NEW SILK DRESSES
$2.»8 I* •4.M
ROBES AND PAJAMAS
SATIN — CHINTZ — FLANNEL — CORDUROY
tl-9S t* $3.M
COATS TO CLOSE WT
$t.M to $ia.M
The Wee Shop
207 1-2 W. Mmm St. . ^ ^ ^
GIVE HER A
WIFE — MOTHER
SISTER OR. GIRL FRIEND
WITH A COAT ~
T HAVE BEEN
WE HAVE MANY
STYLES AND COLORS
natiMi. Dr. Fredei'icV
f«rh, - Prof«*»or of fllitory, wB
formerly dean und«r Dr. ' A-ntw-
dals but accepted the profjMyor-
•hip under the present adminir-
(By Page M. Beverley for ANP)
—A committee from South 3a-
white atndenti in a play which
wfll he gtren in F*r^ach in the to*
cift theatn. Both colored ond
white students are to play to-
gtther on the rottrumi -
Rev. J. 3. S^ka, preiident of
Benedict, was interviewed re-
lui^ and'ta^ntf PI^M*
^ntisn of. lealbt th»
dowCr. Stai4» -wi^ : them to
Dr. Starto has been, paresidsnt
of tfenedkt for sl^t years and
ha* been in iWocational work in
South Carolina^ 88 years.
Tafter tt Falrrier
•10» E. Ciiapel Hill Street
Ph««e Ts401 ^
DURHAM, N. C.
A Complete Line of Fruits And
-Vegetables To Make your
Christmas The'Most Enjoyable
TO HAVE BEEN OF SERVICE* TO YOU THIS YEAR. THE
ENTIRE FORCE ON ALL FLOORS AT EFIRD’S WISH
ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS A"
MERRY XMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
330 W. MAIN ST.
At this season we pause to
extend best wishes and tlie
—TO OUR POUCYHOLDERS AND THEIR FAMIUES . . .
' ^ —TO OUR ASSOCIATES AND CO-WORKERS . . .
—TO OUR FRIENDS AND CONTEMPCMtARIES ... »
DURINIG THE YULETIDE, AS WELL AS THE REST OF THE YEAR
WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. WE REALIZE WERE IT NOT FOR
THE GOOD WILL AND FIENDLY FEELINGS OF FOLK LIKE YOU,
WE WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN PRIVILEGED TO HAVE ENtfOYED
THE SUCCESS THAT HAS BEEN OlAS DURING THE YEAR. AS
A RESULT, WE ENTER THE NEW YEAR PREPARED TO REND-
ER AN EVEN GREATER SERVICE THAN WAS POSSIBLE FMl
AS AW EXPRESSION. THER|FCmE, OUR GENUINE APPRE.
CIATION OF YOUR GOdfii ^^WiUU WE EXTEND TO * YM& Ot»
MOST iilNCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A
Merry ' Christinas and^ A
Happy New Year .
UFE INSURANCE COMPANY
C. C. SPAULDING, PRESIDENT
DUIUiAM, N»TH CAROLHiA
START THE NEW TEAR WITH M, NORni CAROUOfA MUTUAL POUCY
Beginning January 3rd, 1938 this
store will be known as Kimlirell'S
Inc., and located at 126-128 W.
Listed Here Arc A Few
Duncan Phyfe Sofa . .
Chippendale Dropleaf Table
mtRREL CHAIR . . . i .
LANE ECDAR CHEST:;1. $22.75
Governor Winthr^p Secretary $59.75
Chipjiendile Sofa . . . .$110.00
2-Pc. Living Room Suite.. . $89.75 ^ $49J5
Solid Mahogany Spot Chair $16.75 $11.95
3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE . . .
Floor, Bridge, and Table Lamps
METAL SMOKERS . . ...
RADIOS As Low As
Hked to t^‘«f' wstklnf ^fe '
itttdsat la^rar on the
bmttdtng’ ^=8oaCfuctiwi ^ ayc«B|y:
pus of ^avr, anl of being *
maiber of= the first fr#du»ting
class, receivinf th# cfegr-^ of
Bachelor of Divini^. -
At the tlmo of his dwith Eh*.
Hackney had been jaan-led tor
63 years. His wife who »ur\iv^
him is the* former Mias tayrn'
Anne Bdwards. The parent* of
Dr. HackneJ were Spcneer ami
Mrs. Susan Hackney^ of Chatham
Dr. Haickney who started prea*
ehinf at tbs i^e of 1& was i>a&-
tor of the RocJj^n Bapti.-:t
church of ChapSl kill • for 63
yean; Secretary and fcundKr of
the Nfew HoiJe i&aptist A-^socfft-
tion for 68 years; i»astor of the
Mt. Zion Baptist church of Wake
Coun*y for S€ years and the New
Bethel l&sptist 'charch ot Dur
ham for 3l years. He alao taught
•ehool for m lonf number of
yean in’ Chatham and Oranife
In addition to his wife thcra
snrd4e him' two dauirhteffl
Mra. Veora Foyd of Palakta,
Fla.; Mrs. Nathaniel Hopkini of
Chapel Hill; three .sons W. H,
Hackney of Kansas City, Kansas
Louis Hacldiey of Detroit and
'Robert Backney of Chapel HIB.
SeTen otiher children preceded
their fatter*i» the grave.
The funeral waa ho'd Wednes
day afternoon 2 o’clock from the
Rock HiU Baptist Church of this
city, the £ev. John Sta&v
ford, pastor of the church in
charge. ..Other ministers who
took part in the ceremony were
Rev. G. W. Moors of Raleigrli,
Rev. James Steward, iRev. A. S
Croom, Eer. E. V. OIBriant and
Rev. T. C. Graham of Durham.
President Frank Graham of the
Univenity of jJorth Carolina
was araotig the prominent per
sons who came to pay last re»-
pect to a distin^ished citizen.
Interment was at the Chapel
HiU Cemetery. ” James Hamer,
local undertaker was in charii^e
of the remains. He was assuted
by J. C. Scaifcoroufh, undertak
er of Durham.
REV.'GRADY LEADS-^ “
C*Btiiitt«d from first page
Mt, Gi:eaa Baptist
Rev,Thames Stewart 1,995,0M
Rev. N, E. Higgs IjTSSjO'OO
White Rock Christian
Rev. T. C. Graham 1,325,000
t- West Durham Baptist
Rev. F. W. Sowell 875,00|3 ,
Church of God ^
Rev. Edward Lassiter . 765,000
Union Grove Baptist *
MRS. ELIZA J. JONES DIES
AT FEEDMAN’S HOSPITAL
WAiSHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 18
—Mm. Eliza Jan% Jones, 71, wife
of the late Dr. J. W. Jones of
■.Wiflstbn Salem, Nl C., di6d, at
FVeedman’s Hospital,. Thursday,
Decemiber 1ft, 1937., where she
had been undergoing treatment
for five weeks.
She was born in Charlotte, N. _
C., Aprl 20,, 1866, the only
daughter of the late W. H, and
Fanni^ Hpuser. She attended the
ntlblie schools of Charlotte;
thence to Barfeer-Scotia Semina
ry and to Livingstone College
where she a member of the first
^vduatinjg class t>f that school
She was married tio the late Dr.
Tones in Charlotte 'july 27, 1889.
To this union was born 5 daiigh-
ten and one son.
She was a member of the
fchool system of Winston Salem
for about 10 years where she
made an enviable record. She was
aflso active in church and commu
nity life. She has resided with
daughter, Mrs. Ida P. Jofte»,
1012. Park Road Northwest; since
March 22, 1937.
Funeral services were held
■from MeGuifc’s Funeral Homo at—
2 PM., Sunday and from the
First iBaptist Church, Winston
Salem, Monday at 11 AM. The
Rev. G. O. Bylloek presided in
Washington and the Rev. J. C..
White was in chaVge in Winston.
Ibtennent was in the famiJy
cemetery plot in Charlotte.