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BXNMETT COLLEGE CHOlR iNSTALLS NEW MEMBERS
The celebrated Bennett CoU-1 conductor of international note, ir.ducted into the group thirty MfCottry of
•K« choir, directed (by Dr. R. w*s xligmented on Sunday morn- additional members. The Presi- presided.
Nathaniel Dett, composer ' ^ .—
and I ing when inatallation ceremonies aent of the choir, Miss
BY MRS. BESSIE HARDY
C. L. Rabb Ladiea Band gave
f.4 muaical prsgram. at Ebenezer
Baptiat church to a ca^iacity audi
er?ce Tuesday evening, March 19.
Mra. Mary Phifer was hosteaa
to hci* Sundify school class last
Thursday at her home on East
Second Street. After the Sunday
achool lesson wei3 discussed, the
hostess served a delicious repast.
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore
bave returned to their home in
Greenville, S. C., after a bri*f
visit here guests of Mrs. Be^r
trice Murray of S. Caldwell St.
Rev. H. M. Moore, pastor of
Ebenezer . Baptist church has re
turned to the city, after an ex
tended trip through Flori^ for
a rest and his health.
Mrs. Lois McGill, formerly of
Chili-lotte, now making her home
xa New York City, was in the
city last week for her brother’s
funeral, John Ed. Derrick.
Messrs Leonard and Herman
Brewer of New York City were
in the city last week, for the
death of their mother, who pt>ks-
•d at Good Samaritan hospital
lert Sunday night.
vliHs host to mem
bers of the Black Cats Club Wed
nesday evening at his home on
Frazier Avenue. The home was
beautifully decorited through
out with spring flowers. After
the regu^air routine of the busi
ness was over, the host served a
The Building Fund committee
the YWCA sponsored a Madri
Gras last Tuesday evening at
the Armory Auditorium. They
c^fried out the Building of the
American Flag of which $1196.
SO was raised. This amount will
gro twoard a payment on the
building. Misa Zclmia Caldwell
queen of the girl reserve com-
m’ttee was crowned Queen of
MI’S. Laura Rollins of South
Davidson Street entertained in
formally at her country home in
Dcrita l(ht Friday evening. Garn
er and dancing were enJoyed
during the evening, after which
dinner was served buffet style.
Around 30 guests were present.
Mrs. Mary Neely of Zaxter
street was hos-tess to members of
the White Rose club Thursd|ay
evening. After the business part
of the meeting was over at the
home, members and guests then
wen to Susie’s Grill for a three
course dinner. Guests invited
And that'* nolooUng, MUtw.
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«T. |X>UIS, MO.
were Mesdames Minnie. Brown, j
and Grace ^Unpbell.
' The Hobby Lobby Sewing club
nici Friday afternoon with Mrs.
Harriet Taylor Williamson #
West Hill Street.
Messrs LeRoy Grier, Thad L.
T^lte, Dr. F. Tyson, and Dr. L.
Wright of Baltimore, Md. and
brother-in-law of Dr. Tyson mo
tored to Florida last Tuesday to
spend two weeks.
The Pick Wick Bridge club
met with Ernest Friday Thurs
day evening iJt his home on E.
Mrs. Oressa Grier of South
Myers Street is able to be out
ligain, after being confined to
her home for the past two weeka.
Miss Fr^inces Williams of New
York, and a member of the Na
tional YWCA Board, was the
house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Etig-
ene Alexander of Flint Ssreet dur
ing her stf,(y in tfie city.
Rev. H. C. Cousins of Lima,
Oklahoma, and Rev. C. N. Shrop
shire of Texarana, Arkans^ were
the house guests of Dr. and Mrs.
1. E. Alexander while attending
the Workers Conference at
Johnson C. Smith University, the
Rev. and Mra. B. L. Glenn of
Cotton Plant Arkansas were visi
ters in the city last week. Mrs.
Glenn is the former Miss Jewel
Smith of Charlotte.
Mrs. Lethia Dennis entertain
ed inform,ally at hef home on
Fox Street Thursday, evening in
honor of Messrs Warren Nelson,
of Arkansas, and W. L. Metz of
Edisto Island. Guests included a
few intimate friends cf Mrs.
Dennis. .. __ .... _.
The te^/.'hers of Morgan school
entertained the parents at an
ehiborate reception Monday even
ing in the school auditorium.
The members of Ebenezer
£|2.l^tuit church showed theii
appreciation to the church choir
last week by entertaining ’ them
at a reception jjn the basement
of the churchi Quite a few
guests were present, fund Mrs.
Carri* -Champicn presented Mr.
Hazel Miller with a gift- for the
spelndid work he did as director
of his choir during the xmaa
holidays, when the choir present
ed their annual Xmas cantata.
BY CHARLES A.
BY W. A. %LAUGHLIN
Mrs. N. C. SjLtiders attended a
District meeting of Home Econo
mic Teachers at Washington
High School in Kaleigh, N. C.,
Friday, March 15th,
Mr. and Mrs. Baioon EilliEit
and_^ Baioon • Jr. of Whiteville
were the week end guests of Miss
Nettie R. Houston.
Miss Lessie P. Monroe spent
the week end visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Marlyn Mclver on Rout 4,
Sanford. .... .... . ....
Miss Alice McLean spent the
week end i(t home with her par
ents and friends. On Saturday
night she pttended a Pre-Saint
Patrick dance sponsored ’ by the
Kimberley Park Unit of the
Winston-Salem Teacher’s College
The City Unit of teacher* re
cently met Angfer B. Duke
Memorial School. The aim of th*
meeting was to study the child
and hia reading. Mra. Tyler dis
cussed the deficiinay oT fsadlnj
in the school «nd^ Mra. Elizabeth
Cousin# brought before the group
causes of poor reading in the
grades. A way to remedy this
discussed by Misa Paarl Daniel.
A hearty welcome waa given by
Mrs. L. G. Smith.
BY william STRUDWICK
Mr. mat Mrs. Lonnia Corl&c*
ton had a tei| honoring thair aia-
tcr, Mra. Mext>ert Grant of
Conn. Muaic for the oeeaaion waa
furniahad by aolo’a Mrs. J. F.
Dupree, Mrs. M. J. Andre>ws, aJid
Misa Aliea MeMtllian.
Thoaa preaant ware; Mrs. J.
F. Dupree, Mra. Harpar, Wood
row MeKoy, Rev. and Mn. T.
H. Dwalle, Mr. and Mra. Lonnie
Covington, Mra. Walker, Mra.
Lizzie Taylor, Mra. Mra. S. L.
Davenport, Mrs., Eatella C^irk
M. J. Andrew, Mrs. Herbert
Grant, Mrs, Anne M. Eivana, Mrs.
Ethel Brown, Mr. and M r s.
Wayman Waldon, Mra. Lewia,
Misa Alice McMlliiA, Mr. and
Mrs. Malcan Daniels, Mr. and
Mra. Dixon, Mra. Martha White,
Mra. Lula Hinnfint, Miaa W. K.
Smith and Mra. Ada Smith.
Muaie waa also furnished by
Mra. S. L. Davenport and ri^d-
ings by Mrs. Ada ^mith.
the lion TAMERS met at
tha new MAM Cafe upataini on
GHleapie St. Friday night Mareh
8. Thoaa preaant were; Arthur
Jones president recently ap
pointed Notary Public by Gov.
Clyde R. Hoey, Mr. Jonaa is an
Mra..Ci4-ria Shorty one of Ox-
ford’a moat beloved citizen pass
ed this life, (Mt her home on
Raleigh Street after a briet ill-
neaa of only a few hours Sunday
March 17th. __
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voting. Wa need protection of
votes in our civic lives. Mr.
Miller suggaata intereating pm-
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club. Frequency of meetings has
a great deal to do with the aame
prugreas of a group—Well balanc
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interest of the club up. Distri
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tendance award. Some clubs
have a fine for not being pre
sent, this is not the moat effec
tive method—organizationa must
irtereat themselves in civic acti
vities—the challenge is the aame
to all organizations. Mr. Miller
suggests club should put itself
behind movement for a truant
officer to keep children in school
Playgrounds are necessary. Boy
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Members present* Samuel Mc
Neil, Treas., Alex Geddie, David
Simon, Owen William, Charles
Holmes, Sec’y, Robert Johnson,
Vica-President, Arthur Jones
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