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man Who Defied Florida Kian To Leave Ftm
Mi»»w, — Sam Solomon, local
Dndertaker, c>'k and political
Wder is leaving Florida to en-
t»bli^ n bu«ines8 in Richmond,
Va., he annoiunced this week. Mr.
ColoriK*n gained fam' last year
when as heead of the NefTo
Citisen'a Serviee league he defied
the Ku Klux Klan when it at
tempted to friirhten Ne^frof's
from voting In a loeal Miami
R«eently Mr. Solo>m«n hag been
I active in Republican National
Convention at Philadolp'hiB, iait
Jane and having organized a
WiVtlde Club here in Miami thi»
Mr. Solomon gave a« one of
I his reasons fca* leaving Miami,
tile that Miami citizens had
not given him as mtrch- encoufw
agement In his efforts for raoial
advancement as he felt could be
obtained elsewhere. JlCiamiians
will tender him Mveral farewoJl
partiM and banKiueis before he
Irtnves for hi* new home.
West Durham News
Bf Mis* Margaret C. Allan
The Junior Missionary Dopart-
mont of the Wet»Durhami Baptist
Chuneh presented their annual
program for African Scholai'ship
Sunday, Octicjber, 13.
Mum .... ....rhoir
!Bpriptttre Mifw Maiorlo
Prayer .. Earl
Play “How Suainne Slew
The J^k>r Code »
Solo — — ..
of the Oo«8”
visor; Mrs. Mattie Ba«Iey, presi
dent; M». Eleanor M. Brtown,
S>cretary. Collection was raised
to the fcmount of |15.00.
At West Durham
Th> annual homecoming day
of the West Durham* Baptist
chu«rh will be ('bserved Sunday
Novemfcer 20 from 11 a. nn. to
1^30 p. n*. Special featui'e of
the occasion will be an address
by Prof. Wm^ M. McElrath, prin
cipal of Hillside park Hlprh
“The Soldier iPaper — .... E. T.
of thi# moflsion History of the church . ...
elrcis is to do mismonary work.
In 4m much a« this club is educ
ating Thomas Carr Graham, an
A#rica.Ti boy. The club has made
■ucoess in raising mmey to do
00. The young people axe very
anxtoua in doing their part.
Much credit is given to their
leader, Mrs. S. P. Satterfield.
Mualc for the occasion wa* very
fitting. Other participatinig in toe
progntm were MIsaes Mary and
Mangaret Stevens^ Mrs. Adele
Morns and Cfarlin P. Graham.
Miss Nellie Rogers
Music will be rendered by the
Senior chodr and the West Dur
The Honvecc^ing day sermon
will be delivered by the pastor,
Rev. T. C. Graham.
SECOND BAPtrST RALLY
Last Sunday night miarked the
end of a month long financial
'Memhem otf the group are:|drive at the Second Baptist
Meadames Helen Jones, Clara church and the fifty Captains
Perkins, Elnora Johnson, M. E. who had been working reported
Howard, Bthel Borlaind, Louise
W«eks and Misses A]eas« Fuller,
I>ottie B. Bailey, Jarjorie Gunn,
Mable Jones, Ruby Bolding and
Mr*. S. P. Satterfield, Staiper-
$7i29 at the special service.
Feaiture speaker for the evening
was J. H. Wheeler, CaaWer of
Mechanics and Farmer Bank. He
fljpoke at length on> the history
and iml>ortance of churches.
Bf Mrt. Mmnr F. Curtifl
The Parent Teachers Aaso L*-
tion of the Lyon Park EJIementary
School held itis f'irst meeting' of
tjw school year Monday night at
t^ ochoci. i(| ^poteseryta.'tdv'f
MAKE MOTCMt TKIp
Mrs. Saiphionia McDade, Mts.
Btta White, Miss Hattie Whioe,
Mkn Helen McDade, William
Lennon and Mar. liennon motored
to Sanford Sunday to visit rela*-
tive« and friends.
Deaaon Donnell of Greensboto
virited the services of tite Second
Baptist Church last Sunday.
Carolina Times Readers' in the
ILyon Park section are invited to
use this column each . week,
Churcfti, social, and ersonal news
will he accepted at Mrs. CMrt%’
^cjne on Hailey St. until Tues
day each week.
Farm Yoyth Defeat Veteran Showmen at State Fairs
Needle Work Guild
Meets With Oct. 6
With Mrs. Lennon
Hssitattnc Bloss. Yslkjw Qw
Blues mad s«vml Otbsn. His
anmnmgemaitt *f me^nianimt of
hill .ttt^ eupyritht, stated;
“Mf HJmposition The llegar|»hM
Blue* (fjr. Mister Crump} eopy-
r«ht 1912 as originaHy poMfcsh-
ed h-/ me, witibowt wrtrdsi, ©n Bavc.
29th oi tha^ pianmtr
in its field. AH sobssqfoent vsr*-
.ons and armngesunt tibi*
number, vocal or ifistminmtal,
and w4ietheT or not eoBtaining
new maitter, are based ad depand
ent up this original vraHon. la
mly inexperience, I wa» fedaeed
in the same to part witb tiikt
uniq« prcperty oatnght, «wing
aotiiorahip rights, for the k»»b
of $&0. Just bow this hapftensd
will be told in mf aatobiognfihy,
W be po^>li^«d by The Jfac-
t "However, having sorriwd to
'this, the 28tb annivenary of ori
ginal poblScaticn, and haivinif m
isole eompser dal^ seeared ;fro;n
^hp United States Copyright in my
own name, I am happy to an
nounce such renewal beeoraes'
effective today, for the statotory
second term of 28 year*.
All concerned are hereby ikvU-
eapecially for children of t h eling. Mias A. M. Tuck, Home _ . ^ . ... . . ^ ,
‘teen age.” Givit^ of two new|iEcoino>mic Teacher! of the Hill»- ® ’ y- J »
garments and a contribution of boro High School was the ma:n . -
money (not less than twenty Speaker, giving an inspiring taiic ^ ^
f iveceilta) by any organization on the value of the community * ° ^ .
miakes it a director. If ow reach- fair. Mrs. Mary L. Pratt president ^ ,
ed with a request fK>m a director of the garden and Industrial « through
“ I representatives mnt penusssons
ifor the use of soch mtwie or title
garments or money may be sent club ^warded the prizes.
Big Savings Can Be Made By Buying Now
Durham — The Directons of Maggie Lennosi, 809
the Cbjored Branch of the Dur- payettevalle St. Money will help
ham Needle Work Guild met ■wlth't;^^ ty i^oea.
the Cfljairman, Mrs. Maggie Len
non, at the residence of Mrs. A.
M. Moore, *60$ FayettevHle St.
on Sunday, Ootoiber 6 at ^ p.
m. to pl«n for ttie rolleiotjon of
the garments fapr the Annual
“Ingathering” the second week
Before entering into general
diacui^n of plans, tribulte was
paid of two of our influential
workers who had passed since
the last “Ingathering.” Toi Mrs.
1|J. SL HiU oiga^lMr, and for
I in any manner, and to receiva amy
Community Fair At
Coolspring Is Great
Success In Orange
The club odficers are;
President, Mm Mary ^ compenaatio’i
Vice president, M^. Mj^e Jolir. ^
|son; Secretary, Mrs. Elk j jj»oTtly have the plaa-
Treasurer, Mrs. Mary Trice. Thel^^^ republishing the Memphis
:club mortifcg, “Take what you’ve
got and make what you want, j ^ ^ ^
j-nje success of the Fair was due ^ ^ ^^iSeh
jto the ingenuity of the P*rticip-entire strain that
ant» in using what they had at altogether dropped out
jhome and making it attractive) j ^ ^^her hmaOs. 1
(and useful. jalso exect to publi* a vocal ver*
‘ ' sion, for which I smU wiita w>f
BY HELEN TAPP
The Ooolspring community
held at Coolspring' School in
ange County on October 11 wag
considered by many to be the
eight yeai^ preddent, whose lead'^^gt guoceasful ever to be held'^j
•whip andinfhience meant so in ihe county. Froan, 2:30 to 4:30
much to the succees of the Nefidie County Agent M. C. Burt, accom-. , wn- .o
WoA Gudld. Ipanded by the Negro SuibJectL^®^ ~~ I
To Mrs. W. G. Pearson, a direc matter Specialist, Mias J’
tor an enthusiastic worker, and'mina Laws, judged and inapectell . ^ p»ina, omnS. a»di»^TOtiSi> i»w.
guptporter cif the Guild. the exhibits that were shown by n^^eni^KidaeT *3
V.. ,-n from .the year 191-2, when;
'or:|W.C. Handy Granted
New Copyright Fpr',Kidneys Mus!
The MemphislBBffi’i riAgii Out AddS
.■WiAW V«rk rntv — Williajrt Cl I
Mrs. A. M. Moore hats kindly the farmers in the district and;
consented to carry on as direc- by the 4-H ciuib members of the Iawingly
tor in M«. PeaiBon'e place. 'county. been granted a
TT j ^ 1 J I.- I ^ copsmght for that piece, ha
j U^der efficient lead^ershipl The pn^ea were awarded to
,of Mrs. Mape I^nnon, the an- the following persons: 1 Musician Handy is
nml coUect^n of garr^nts for, .CANNING: Mrs. El^ Trice, ^ g,
the needy of our ^ty «*ool first prize; Mrs. Mary Tric^se- glues, Beale Street Blues,
children especially ha« increased cond prize; Mrs. Mary Pratt, ’
from 432' in 19i33 to 11159 in fiQivixth prize; Mrs. Margie John-
’3i&. Front year to year it is found eon, third prize and Mrs. Lot-a
that there is miich need for cllcith Trice, fifth.
ing' among' the sehool children j WASTE BAJSKETS: Misa M.
and friends ha-ve generously con-jjv>rte, first; Miss Helen Trice,
tributed. Men as well as women Igecond.
may j'Cftn by given two new gar-j SEWING: Mrs. Ella Trice, first
ments or money and dt is hoped,Mrs. Lora Trice fii^t second and
that every one will help this‘third and Mrs. Mary Trice,
worthy cause. CHAIRS: Clifton Trice, first;
The Citizens committee are Eugene Lynn, second; James
made a substantial contiibution jBumpass, third,
last year and is hoped that! EiUGiS; Mi^es Eliabeth^ Bur-
they and the other organizations Touhg, fiwtt Helen Trice and
will 'take part, as there is urgent Mrs. Mary Trice second,
need for many more garments A brief program was held a I;
than have ever been coUeoted, (g :30 with Charlie Couch presid-
hdtdnt th« Kidnm flnih. oat j _ ^ ^ _
and waites. And ifcls ttesiMlnr. pwtfjrlns
KldBsy actioii. In tast a day os aa, mar —»;
fly mate ;tnt ttA yoonter^
Mtter thsB to ‘
wrapped arqmn —__ . ^
nms an tninm(tiii*» (efaad of MS*
onleaa yoa aia comptewly satiallML tM oaM
Frerrtiiiac to tatn and DotlilaK toloM wte
Commences Thursday Morning, October 17th
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