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by miss OCTAVIA BAJtBEE
It Was 8«d new* to all who
know little Mis* Ray veil Luater
karn that she died Sunday
Mrs. Essde Saundera honored at
her home all the participants in
th« play~* entitled “Kinif Solo-
man^ Wedding” in which she
was crowned most popul*r of all
younif ladies. It was very gallant
aflPair and wa, enjoyed by all.
A party waa given at the home
cvf Ma*. and Mrs. John Arnold In
honor of their d»uchter Miss
Trivelene Arnold, Saturday r.ight
Novem'her It was a very en
joyable evening. The guesta pre- 15 a^ Burton School on
gen^^ were Misses Norma Thpmaa, street.
Octavia Banbee, Dorothy Luster,
Dora Chavfe, Minnie Nieely, Ruth
Josey, Kathryn Lee. Messrs.
Reuben Hayes, Walter Richard*
son, ArtDor ^utheraland, i>otre-
mus Dixon, uilMe Collins, Ray
Bbeneier Baptist church cele
brated its 20th anniver««y Sun
day November 10. The service
was enjoyed by all who attended.
pettlford and Linwoc|j CHARLOHE
^A play entitled “The Ladle®
First Aid Siciety” will be re
peated Friday night, November
I The chin* closet at the YWCA jeon«ced at ihh tli»e, bttj the
wag filled with cups and saucers offieers and the leading membtr|
after a »hoiwer that was held at held to*«ther. Bishop L. W. Kylea
the YWCIA last Friday evening the presiding- bishop of the con-
sponsored by the Resident* Com-ference, avin*- • close and sym-
mittee. pathetic eye gpon the charh, feel-
, ing and understanding itg pulse
There will be a clulb supper] »ts sought ft nan ■feat vould
Tiven at the YWOA nexit Thum-jl^d the people out of thia grave
day aponsored by tKe Cordelia, situation. The ?ian fknmd an ap-
Club Industrdal girls of Phylis pointed to grapple with the pro-
/heatley Branch. Tberd will also blem waa the late Dr. W. H.
be an interceting Thank«iving Davenport The Bishop was right,
program. Mrs. Alice Ander«on |f^for Dr. Davenptort proved him-
the North Carolina State Eta- self quite equal to the task. The
ployment Se*vice and the service oflficers and the nien«bers foUow-
Members rtf the Nine OVIr^ committee of th celub will pre- ed his leadearship >nd the result
Bridge Cluib met with Mrs. Irma through the Welfare depart.^ the rfiurch bidding.
Thorton on South Caldwell gt-h^n.t « ^ groceries for a The membership wa. restored and
last Thurfiday evening. Ti»*)i
BY MRS. BESSIE HARDY
• « « •
Mesdame^i Bobby Alexander
and Frances Woodaoji returned to
night at 11 o'clock. She had be4 ^he city after spending the week
V . . , I, «nd with Mrs. Woodson’g par-
ill for approximately three
and Mrs. J. C. Douilas
of Maiooin, Geoi^ia.
The Parent Teachers Associa-
tlon will hcjld thedr second meet
ing Sunday, November 17 at
p. m. at the Burton School.
of bridge were played and pri»eB
awarded to Mesdajnes Dorethea
iOomeliUg and Bertha Diavidson.
An imipreesive special World
Fellowship) service icarrying cut
the idea the fellowship of man
id w«g held at the feentral aa-
soeiation. The program was pre‘id
«d ever by Mrs. Carrie Mae
Bailey, chairman of the All Le&d
ership council of the YWCiA, and
Mdsg A^nes Horne, of the Cen
tral 'High school reserve. The
theme trf thds inspiriTig service
wag suffering. It was beautifully
developed by varfous representa-
There will be a .pre-CSiristmas
dinner given at the YWCA Dec.
10. The pniblie is invited
... These twenty eigh* years speak of
tivea and members. Special fea- Bdshope, the
increased to five hundred.
Rev. J. W. Witherspoon suce-d
ed Dr. Davenport, for four years
;he pastorcd the church with great
suceess. The menfibersip was more
than dottbled during this time,
and more than 16000.00 was
paid cm the debt.
In 19i29-®2 Rev. D. G. Garland
served. More than 400 members
were added to the church. A n»or
tgiage of $9,0*00.00 was lifted.
And a parsonage wag bought at
a cost off 4,500.00'.
(Continued from last weke) j Rev. P, R. Washii^on follow-
Twenty eifrht years ]^ve pa^ Ud Rev, Garland, 193l2-^6. Dur-
ed and the memlbership has in-
creased to wbout three hundred.
Historic Sketch Of
St. Mark AME
rwri _ _ 4 rf^ nn i
Ihat Are Easy lo lake
•y Kothorrin* Fithcr
Dhtdof, Good Homtketping htstitmt
Low-cost meals thould not be monotonous meals. To keep yoor family
fit, all meals need variety and appetite appeal. Here are two low-cost din
ners both nutritious ard fiavorsome. We’d be glad to tell you where yon
caA get menus and recipes for more dinners like them.
Braised Spareribs with Potatoes
Creamed Canned String Beau
Whole WhMt Bread
Butter or Maigarine
Apricot Upside-Down Cake
Milk (for children)
Tea or Coffee
tures of the program were the
introduction of a gronip of foreign
visitorg as guest of honor and
several renddtiojis by the chorus
of Second Ward and West Char
that came from New York of
sspeakeTg from the foreign coun
tries were very interesting.
Conference and A the ^arly
fathers of the loca^ chiwch. The
next year 19il9, Rev. J. H. Pascal
■was appointed to the church.
Rev. Pascal dreamed of a new
The radio broadcast
the aause of Zion, he tore down
Oood?—Of MUTM, 1ft BOOdl
Ertryod* amw diat BOYALit
tBMON CAKB hu TAST&
bM QUA14TY, may b* ill)—* i
•d ^ lor UNIPORUITY.
Adc for a KOYAL LEMON
CAXB at jnmirgrocw'* TODAY.
MY«.B*KIIIGCOiP*IIY • R»LEIGH. W. C.
Operators for NEW BEAUTY
PARLOR Opening Soon.
Write Box S9 Durham, N. C.
Mrs. Viola Ferguson wag
hicptess to members of the Gay
Southemiers club entertaining
them a^ her home on Beatties
Ford Road last Wednesday eve^
ing. Members present were Mes-
dameg LilHe B. Blue, Thekna
Golston, Cecelia JacksKm, Claudia
McFadden, Willie McKissick, Ro
berta Hercules, Gladys Morelamd
Helen Moreland, Bessrie Mulliens,
Frances Nash, Lucy Plater, Hat
tie Williams, Miildred Williams,
Ray Moore, Delcina Murray,
MfssOg Ilona Shute, Lenora Grier,
and Hattie RusSell, special guest
■was Mrs. Minnie Davis.
the old building and laid the
foundation: of the present build
ing. Hig health failed while lead
ing the forces in a building pro
gram. He died having laid only
the foundation, fhe new churc^
was, in his heart, but he was not
permitted to build it.
ing’ which time more than three
hundred members were added to
the church. Tlie church wa.s re
novated at a cost of 2J1,400.010.
The parsonage Was also renovat
ed. A Judgment mortgage wa.s
lifted to the amount af f3',472.00
la.OOO.OO was paid on interest
and ^treet assessments. ,
fkjlowing the pastorate of
Rev. P. R. Washington, Rev. S.
P. Perry came. Rev. Perry is the
preaetn pastor. During the past
four ygars t^ee hundred and
seventy five; ttiembers have been
added to the church. $1,800.00
have bee^ paid on the par^nage
mortgage. $.1,1J0J00 have been n
intere^ and Street asMssment,
Braised Spara^ba With Potatoes
(AU rtcipts ttsttd if Good Houstkttping Imsirtmit)
Um Inititoto-kpproTtd lia)(>pint mmtmiaa rapa and veoB*. lfuBr« IncL
a Ite. tparcribi
1 e. tUnty iliecd onioM
^ e. vtiMsar
1 t. MBDwi tomatod
IH top. laJt
1 tap. 4ry or pntpand aratUud
I tbap, craimlatad aan
• p«^ BxdhuB-aisM potato«a
Place half of the sparcrilw in bottom of an uncovered baking pan.
i Covet with the onions and top with remaining spareribs. Combine remain
ing in^dients except potatoes, and Mor over spareribs. Cook potatoes
; in Doilmg water for 10 roin. Drain and arrange in pan around spareribs.
Bake in a moderate oven of S60* F. about 2 hn. or until well browned, and
: tender. Serves 6. To serve 2 or 3, make half this recipe.
Apricot Updde-Down Cake
^ e. (lavad tteWed VriaS i^nrieot palp
^ «. eannad enulMd pfiMWpl*
e. crannllitad loni
S tbap. amieot Ikmid
1 tn, baattB
H «• bottM Bilk 0* H a.
Taporatad Bilk mad H water
ttap. VBBilla axteaet
e. liftad ali-parpaa* Hoar
The church was very much dia- ^i,ooo.oo paid for renovation,
Car Designs Make Fashion News
For Careful Furniture Moving...
crating, storage, and Hauling of all
kinds, call • » «
Lindsey Faucett Transfer Co.
Now Under New Managremeiit
Phone E - 8951 Sa Faucett, Mgr.
, Self'Rising Flour
Takes the Gw^ss out of Baking and Save$ you Money
A' large and appreciative audi
ence filled the Auditorium of
Second Ward High School last
Sunday afternoon to hear the
Chansonettes ini their first An
The first part of the program
wag devoted tq light classics, was
sung wath some hesitancy and
lack of assurance, the tempo waa
not always the best and contrasts
not bnoiad enough; however in
the second devoted to spiri
tuals, the contrast was striving,
the potentialties of the groaip
were fully brought out, here they
sang with assurance, spontaneity
and conviction apparently they
were oji familiar ground.
The chorus' on the whole is
fairly well 'balanced and Mr.
Jackson has done a good Job in
bringing the group to it* present
standard, another year cf hard
work and we should find a much
■ianproved chorusi, for the Chan
sonettes have the possibility of
becomdng o'^®' ^ best singing
unite in this area.
The outstanding soloist® were
Misg Creoia Jones and Robert
^eathewtone. Others were Miss
Ruby Harrison, Miss Mary Thoinvp
son. Miss Elizabeth Jane, Walter
Johnson and Roger Strickland.
' Harper’s BAZAAR preaenia ftutaon creationa by leadini
' AmoHcan mitomobile deaiineral It waa the theory oi itua ma^axine
^that clothm can be built on the human chaaaia fuat aa dec
larative detaila are added to the chaaaia ot fn mftomobtie — in
other worda, they may be ao aimpiy and kumHonaUy^ de^$nad -m
to aeem to be part oi the body imdemaaih.*
So, at Harper’a BAZAAR*a requeat, deMinera o/ twehre ot
, the leading automobile manuiacturera turned their talents to the
creation of taahionable clothes, which were shown at the National
Automobile Show in New York — thua adding new atixmtlua to the'
faat-developing Seld ot creative American temhion design. A large'
and enthu^aatic audience greeted theae brilHant, wearable, prac>
tical clothea that every woman will want — particularly every
woman who ratea a new car thia tall! And, owing to the speed
genius of American manufacturers, they will eoon be on aale at
leading stores acroaa the county.
cream well. Add milk and vanilla extract alternately with the floor, salt,
wid baking ^wder, which havs been sifted together. Drop battor onto
fruit; spread. Bake in moderate oven of 360* F. for 50 to 60 To
remove the cake invert pan on serving plate. Serve with or without creaai.
j Br^d Butter or Ifargarine
^ Chocolate Puflfs Vanilla Sauce
> Milk (for children)
' Tea or Cctfee
1 «. anaookad wida noodlaa, bR^as ap
2 anaJl oniona, mincad
1 thap. bottar or marsartiM
• •. eannad tomato iniea
t a. fin^ nsted.AmarieaB eheeaa
4 e. eoanaqr gioBod ctK^ad pork
1 tap. aait ,
Cook noodles in boiling salted water until tender. Drain. Saut£ onion
in butter in a skillet until tender. .\dd remaining ingredients and the
noodles, and mix thoroughly. Pour into a greased 1^-qt. baking dish, and
iMtke in a moderately hot oven of 876* F. for 40 min. Serv» 6 generously. '
To serve 2 or 3. make ^ this recipe.
A Thanksgiviilg Diimer
ly KcrtKariiM Fisher } • v
Dhtttor, Good tiomitiitfiag iiftSata i •'
ei^pments and fumituiw for
church and parsonage. |0t)O.OO on
hand at present fcr remodeling,
to this amount. We hope to in
crease the amount to $l,iSOO.OO.
Bach member ig urged to pay out
TWo churcnes have grown out
of the St. Mark Church. Several
ministers have been sent out o^
this church, among them aire the
following; Revs. O. W. Coward
deceased, E'. V. CBryant, P. L.
Tyson, I, H. Wilcox, deceased.
These men are all pastoring at
•present, saving thqpe who have
The gdrl reserve cluibs are oav
ganized in all the city schools and
3' county schools.
“LET’S DINE OUT tODAT’ ■
Give your family and friends a treat
and bring them here to dine. They’ll
like the delicious home cooked foods.
We have a “Variety For Every Palate” and our food
is prepared just the way you like it. For the best in
choipe and service, let us be your hosts.
801 Fayette St. “In The Heart of Haiti” Phone J-6221
buBiUK xlU it» too.
Pur JKtml»|^vlng MenQ
Bwteai (Mrind (*) MM stfMi Mlow
Ronst Turkey ' , Oiblet Diressing
*String Beans with Hoshrooms
Craned Ceanber^ Sauce
Olives • Carrot Slicks
*Indian Pudding with Vanilla
Motai ail viauomanta hi T«elp« lavkL aa««i«er «m In*Ul,'.il4ni/iiiuTc4
ataodard meatariBg oopa sad spooM
t Iba. (trhit baana
^ lb. frath miiahTOoma
i a. mlnead oslM
String Beans with Mnshrooiite
• tbap. aalad oil
% tip. vninubtad ragar
M a. top mUk ar
Ont tfca atrinf baana eroaawiaa Into 1* plaeia. and wash. Add mnib-
rooiaa, w^b bara b«tn waahad and aliead. onion, aalt, water, lalad oil,
and aosar. Covar, and eook orar knr baat naUl taadar—about M min. Add
ranutlnfns lasrwlianta. baat wtU, aad aaf*«. 8tnr«a t. To iarva t or t, maka
mM tbla raelpa. Ona 4-oa. saa muibrooBU mat b« aabatltutad tor th« frcab
onca. la sijns, bnnra lisbtlr In t tbap. batiar or marsarina; add to cookad
^ 0. Mad aprleeta
I a. srannlatad aagar
Z tbap. maltad bnttar or ouurtwlM
S e. alftad aU-piirpoaa
S tap. baklnc powder
U tap. baktns aoda
% tap. aalt
e. atralned oransa Jaloa
1 e. chopped Braill nota
Soak aprieota M hr. Drain and crind. Beat ess nntll light: atir la
pagar, and mix walL In batter. Sift flonr with baking powder, aoda,
and Mt, and tdd alternately with the orang* Joiea and water to angmr
nixtara. Add BraiU nata and aprieota, and mb well. Four battw into
well'«MaMd loaf pan. a B* a IH'. Bake la m>4eraU oven of liO* f.
''' bidlan Pudding .With lee Cream
J et ,-hoHlad utlh or
t a. evaporated Aide
•nd I e. water
^ e. 7«llow com aaaal
Mt e. graaolatad angar
1 ^p. aalt
a. qark molaaaaa
Seald milk ta a doabla boiler. Add eora mi
1 tb^ batter or margarine
1 tvp. einnamon
1 ta^ mtaaag
_ . laal tlowly wbUe attrriag, aad
Bflok to min. Add roaainiag ingredienta, tata lata a greased l^^t. eaa-
aerola, and bake nneoverad fa-a alow ovaa of Y. for t iarre M
«r aold with vanilla laa eraam or eraam. Sarvea t. Tb aerve t or t, mate
half this Mftipa. mi tadiaa Padding msj be r^Mttad ia aa ovm of I7t* F.
Va wM Mowdad hoara o« Thaaksgivins awmiaa, maka *000 of yoar dtaaar
praparatknw aa Wadaaadar. Be aura «v«rrthiag ia or&rad. iaetedtng tha iea etaam,
, nnlasa yoa plan to make that yooradf oa Thnrsdw. Bttiir and trosa the torhajr. Hake
' tka Ai»laot>Nat Bkead and Indian Padding. Tgw Into tto refrigerator tha tarkey,
' taaato Jaieab amdMcir ativMb aad aamlfc let tha table Wi
' U MavraleBt .. — > ..
fallen. There axe maaf otbdt
local preachers and nmny fine
imenA>er9 and talented people
that have been inspired by this
church. The piesent board f
trustees: U. L. Curtis, Guy M»z~
ydc, Fred Cuttino, H. L. Walls,
I. ff. Marsh, T. J. Atwater, W L
Tayjor, S. H. Bojwon and E. F.
Riddrick. , , >1
HOUSES FOR RENT
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1 Adams Court
8 Adams Court
407 Church Street
Ciiapel mu, N. C.
806 Drew Street
119 Dunstan Street
812 Elizabeth Street
122 Enterprise Street
1912 Fayetteville Street
1912 FayetteviUe Street
1808 Fayetteville Street (month]£y>
1109 Fayetteville Street
509 Foster Street
1204 Hanover Street
314 Lee Street
314Vi Lee Street
508 Ramsey Street
606 Ramsey Street
408 Roney Street
408H Roney Street
410 Roney Street
1302 South Street
1510 l^uth Street
211 Umstead Street
211 Umstead Street
711 Willard Street
Union Insurance & Realty Co.
REPAIRS AND BUHJDING SUPPLIES
Black leiapart tilMni amtH. |
By VESA WINglOW
THE WOOL frtMk witk it»«W
fur-trinuBttd jacket ia one of tte,
major town fashiona tiiia a&taaMj
and is Aown in raaa^' loeety
siona by every hooaa. Han ia v
supremely well dona wisanihla aC
this type, fashioned at blade
the drcsa with a top of goid-eoi*
ored crepe. Tha fiii la
jacket haa shaped tccka aiaativisi
down towards the waist fraas ^a|
bnxt-lina. Tha ]eofmrd collar Im
draped beconDungly aboe* tiM aadkf
nd shoulders. Aa :
bpard hat eompletea feailgfaww }
' Uaek'^eeet wiifc l^dk dieilBe
Mwlaia'e dialiacaigiMa VfacUa
Uiwr’a aae piece c«at wtak ■dfilaay
aiM battans. It’s Ugh row# aeefc.
UM is coUarlcaa a^ Am siH sm
man It «*er aa aftcrMaa asm
of black erepe. Bar ljurte Uack fall
I beret luw a rayai Mme faatfcsr alk
itlupoo^ tba froM !
• pateml aiioes, a ha(
\ enataiae, aad beige sHy-aa
eooapiete Umi draaayawMmUa wkie^
I 2)ittiacti«« locatiaa.
loeaaa; iMamrin— Mia
£,«ria rooota wkh fHtmf AaMl
eiM ai0iiMfe Ml«
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