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iDr.'M S. Noble
f Is Honored At
A. and T. College
(Continued Prom Pace One)
the - college for ,Jhe celebration and
exclaimed, w: hare laid It on
tbjck^ I thank^joti froin my heart,
and "i hope yowl'get someoue In my
place who' wujn?tand up for yon as
I hare." '??$&*-' *;
Dr. Woblej^uneoted, 'If, in the
hereafter, Jffa in "allowed to look on
this place, TCwant to say. It La doing
what I wftgt.lt to do. A. and T. College
la ajpqtng out znen who are baring
EooJpiotaea and farms' for that
la the dftrjway to make progress?
through ttvning property."
Presldmt Bluford, who presided,
read a lgtter from Goveruor llroughton,
whgexpreased regrets at not being
nldjPto be present "It would give
me geiraW pleasure to Join with others
In joying tribute to our great fellow-citizen.
Dr. Noble, and to have
Bomemart In the program incident to
the jgpsentaUon and unveiling of his
porffiut In his long and useful life
he has attained a notable position In
our^tate, and It Is quite pleasing and
appropriate that he should U? the liein^"
witness of an event which aymbdliies
oneof hla w great eat achlevei'ny>ta_*as
member and chairman of
board of .trustees of the North
,<Krolinaf Agricultural and Technical
Wltff." wrote the governor. .
W Dr. Clyde A. Eruin, state superintendent
of public Infraction, who
Tmade the principal address, said, "I
(.have^ had the privilege to do honor
i to many citizens of the state, but I
'never had a deeper satisfaction than
, in .honoring my former teacher, who
nas,piay?i^ an important part in mfl
'11/$; and ,in* the history, of educutlqp
^tn North! Carolina." -ij
proud that It waajfty prlvi*
lege;!to,sit at the feet of this great
j teacher ; at the University of North
vC?t>ilpa and to have'"been able to
^tako^every subjecf'that he offered.
Hlsjnflocnce on mynfe, and many
&ti?jrs'. has been ^jreat," Dr.'.Erwin
M 3 '
Greetings were brought from the
, dtytof Greensboro by Mayor Huger
^ Klng,V frbm^the A, and T. student
body by Fiyncls H. Mebane. president
'oi the A. and T. student coqocll; from
^dUomni by Prof. J. C. McLaughlin,
xile^of the agricultural department,
."and fronrthe faculty by Dean W. T.
[Olbta.4 . *;V M
A large basket of flowers was preMnted^o
Dr. Noble's daughter, -Miss
fAlfce^oble, who was seated In tl^e
audlencdj^hv Catherine Durham, class
of ISM2, o9 behalf of the college.
A'ieitors^n the .stage were A. S.
*Glfford, JMdge Earl Rive*. Shelley B.
Caveoes&fa member of the state leg.lalatiflf
and Rev. R- Murphy "WU.Uama,
pastor of the 'Presbyterian
' Church of the Covenant, Greensboro,
rvrho offered the benediction. The col'
lege, choir under direction, of Prof.
1 Warner Lawson sane four selections
'with Christine Brown- and Lawrence
Martin as soloists. . _ ' ?
The program was hr follows;
L America ' . .. Congregation
Prayer Rev. R. Murphy Williams
JI Believe In One God
City of Greensboro
. S;- V Mayor Huger King
. Student Body __ Francis H. Melbrane
Alumni Prof. J. C. McLanghlln
Facnlty Dean W. T. Glbbs
Deep River Choral Society
, Address Dr. Clyde A. Erwln
My Soul Couldn't Be Contented
. Presentation of' II. Clinton Taylor.
Artist-iSo nor. Professor of Arl
?j5Jnveillng of Portrait
H. Clinton Taylor
Remarks Dr!'>l. C. S. Noble
J^ffhen ,rye Done the est I Can
bMnUtiiT." ! wrotb a;yonnj?
J'CSa'Whm -^rlblnVi, t?k!'?tVb
Seven Lb Day Adventlat
1202 East Market Street
Gethaemaoe . "A
110 Ireland Street /'
1001 McConncll Road
811 Baptist Street
507 Gillespie Street
808 Wilmington Street
1127 South Cedar Street tSt
536 Florida Street
United Institutional " * * ?
800 Marsot Street
Friendship Primitive, y *. " " *
1405 East Market Street
New Cedar Grarie
1224 Retreat Street
> 61 tf Best Street
730 South Ashe Street
- . CATHOLIC
1414 Gorrell Street
" jdl East Street
; . St. Stephen
1 " 505 High Street '
* / CHURCH OF GOD
Church of Cod In Chrlat
| 207 Gant Street ,
Mount Calvary Church of.
"112 East Street
401 High Street .
* " EPISCOPAL
' Church of the Redeemer
009% East Market Street r *
V Christian Alliance
705 Best Street
Lindsay Street .
601 Lindsay Street '
!?15 .South Street
t Skenes' Chapel ' 1 '
1024 East Mnrket Street
Gorrell Street True Holiness
CSS Sampson Street
Mount Zlon _
1519 McConnell Road
1107 Retreat Street
Grace Lutheran Memorial
'." Washington "Street Corner .
Ben bow Road . # .
Bethel A. M. E.?
% 188 North Regan Street
East White Oak A. (f. E.
Ill Water Street
Mount OH?et A. M. B. Zlon
131 Ueectf Street
" "Trfiinfa. !?T. E. Zlon
447 East Washington Street
Browning Chapel M. E.
1710 East Market Street
High Street M. E.
1014 East lee Street
, St Matthew M._ E.
001 South Ashe Street
1 . Warren Street M. E.
620 Warren Street *
' C. M. A. Methodist
1120 Morris Street
SL Phillip A. M. E. Zlon
1211 South Ashe Street
? St James.*,; .? T,
* 210 Forbla Street . ' v,. . ' .
' " Antloch : , 1*1 i
Is Victim In
Three persona received , minor Injuries
Jd two automobile occldeuLK recently.
Tb'ey^are Harper Holt, 02.
Negro,. Greensboro, route fl; Moses
Russell. 25, Wilmington and A. C. Logan,
"Winston rood. ,
Mr. Holt was a patient at L. Richardson
Memorial hospital, where he
was being treated for cuts und
bruises about the head. Mr. Russell
suffered u slight cut over the eye.
Police said they were Injured when
care driven by Odell Ingold, Greensboro,
route 4, and Clarence L. Stubblefleld.
Wilson, collled about C
o'clock at Gorrell street and Reubow
road. ' '
Mr.^Holt was a passenger In the
car'driven by Mr. Ingold while rM.
Russell was riding In that operated
by Mr. Stubblefield. who was
charged with careless and reckless
driving and posted $100 bond for appearance
In municipal-county 'court
Officers sold Logari told them he
was struck by n car driven by Grady
L. Hunt. Carson's orchard. Church
street extension, at Greene and.Market
streets about 8 p. m. He was given
first aid treatment at Piedmont
Memorial hospital for bruises and released.
No arrest was made.
The aproachirtg day of transports-4
tlon by horse and. by wheel seemed,'
not far off In Sparta. Alleghany county,
list week. ' V . V
A runaway horse at Twin Oaks
caused slight - injury to two youi^g
girls, riding. In a buggy, which' wap
damaged when It struck k fenced"The
girls were thrown over the feAce.tmt
the driver was not injured. The
horse _was not * hurt. *. ? '*' , <
Three cyclists from Galax. , Ya..
were towed the 30 miles to &parta by
holding ropes attached to an 'automobile.
On the return trip, one of the
bicycles went out of control near Twin
Oaks and the rider suffered a badly
skinned leg. '
Two men of the Scottvllle community
rode almost 15 miles Into
Sparta on bicycles, for their first
shopping tour without automobile;).
Charge of Stealing
Sam Whitworth, Negro, of 505
Gody street, nigh Point was lodged
charging him with stealing chickens
from Will Lowe, East Green street
extension, on four (liferent occasions
within a month's time, Bonds were
fixed at $100 each.
Whltworth denied theft of the
chickens and told officers he doesn't
know what a chicken looks like. Warrants
charge hlra with stealing three
chickens from Lowe February 14, and
the same number on each of the dates
March 8, March 15 and March 19.
The chlcens were valued, at $1 each.
Charles Jones. Negro, of New Bern,
died at a hospital from Injures sustained
when his bicycle was struck
by the open door of a passing automobile
Blackout Elf fective
At Ft Bragg
The .aFyettevllle-Fort Bragg area
had, a teat, blackout recently, for 10
minutes shortly after 9 o'clock.
^^Offlclala described lt< as "very efItjyyas
th<i first blackout. In
thtee, was active
paxtlclp^lon *>f' the' air raid warmmpSl.
auxiliary police forces,
cb bfSck In^Eayettevllle was pa
trolled, to see that al lights were out
[ xSfb^^rmy <jnnrtcrronster;'corp* hns
'fcslbdohat substitutes for brass csn
Hurls Liquor At
To Policeman Fred lCmikiii life
Beeuui to be Just a series of blows mid
bard knocks. About two years ago
he suffered a fractured shoulder
when a prisoner struck hi in with
handcuffs In the Jail. Recently Rankin's
other shoulder was fractured
when a prisoner fell in the elevator on
the way up to the JulL, causing Rankin
to fall against the side of the elevator
And ^ost week Rankin's head got
In the way of a half gullon pitcher
filled with "white lightning" as it
sailed through the air. He came out J
of that incident with no worse Injury
than a bump on the head and cloth- ,
Idr saturated with liquor.
It occurred, police aald, when they
went*to the home of Vivian Heath, |
209 North Gilmer street. In search of j
whisky. As they entered the house,
Vivian hurled the pitcher and Rankin
failed*to dodge in time. (
She was held'In city Jail In default
of $900 bond on chorges of assaulting
the officer with a deadly weapon aud
possessing the half.gullon of non-tax
pald^llqnor for purpose of ^ale. She .
was given a bearing Monday in
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Awards To Go To
To Savings Plan
'The state office of the defense savings
staff has made available for lo- ,
cal distribution "certificates- of
award" for firms subscribing more
than 90 per cent to the pay" roll .deduction
plan of stamps and'/bonds, :
purchased, it was announced recently
by. the local co-chairmen, N. S._ Cal
houn and E. C. McLean.4
The certificates carry the.. lac- 1
simile of the signature of Secretary
of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau
and signature:) .of the state' administrator
of '.the band sales and the'
state chairman of sajes. The certificates
will be presented by a representative
of the state, or local committee
at the determination of the
administrator and state chairman. ?
Negroes To Attend
AAA Schools s
Plans are being made in Reldsvllle
in the office of the Negro farm
agent of Rockingham county for cona.wlnn
AAA irhnnlo In fho nmro
thickly populated Negro communities
of the county. At these schools,
farmers will l?e glron first hand Jtk
formation on the lPfci trlple-A, pro-,
gram, Including farm allotments, payments,
quotas, loans, crop insurance
and deduction, soil building practices
and general provision.
iJemonstrutlons are being planned
to show farmers just bow to work
out their required soil building units.
One farm In each community will be
completely worked out hs an exam-'
pie. Numerous Improved farm practices
will be discussed. iThe first
school was held in Ruffln township
Tuesday evening, March 24. 't
Prisoners Will Be
Brought To City
Chief of Police L. L. Jarvls and
Sergt. W. T.t Jennings left recently
for aMrtlnsvllle. Via., to-return Odell
Hnyes, negro, to 'Greensboro to face
charges of abandonment and: nonsupport
- y u "" ' "Vp.
Sergt D. P. .lorvis left to return
Odell Holder, 905% "West Loo street
to Greensboro from ^Newport News.
Ya., where hq'la being held for local
police on charges of erobexslsmfnt V
A telegram from Martinsville police
to Chief Jarvls said that the
governor of Virginia has honoml
extradition papers for Hayes. Holder,
charged with., converting to KW^own
use two bog?: valued-at . $JV2JIO, ^is j
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FACE SEVEN V j;?
President Roosevelt won described
by a White House secretary as very
much opposed to abolishing the civilian
conservation corps and the national
The chief executive arranged to
ronfer with Senator McKellar, Democrat,
Tennessee, author of a bill to
eliminate these agencies In the Interest
Stephen T. Early, the President's
press secretary, told reporters that
Mr. Roosevelt regarded the CCC and
QfYA as "perfectly essential war
The President, he added, felt the
NYA was doing a valuable service In
the training of men in skilled trades,
and that the OCC was accomplishing
essential work In addition to protecting
the nation's forests Against fires.
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New Assistant Manager
For North Carolina Mutual
The North Carolina Mutual Life .
Insurance has Installed a new assist- ^
ant manager to the Greensboro dls- y . s
trtct' ' . 4 j. ; ;
Mr. Francis Ramseur, of Winston- ' . .:
Salem, has been promoted to assistant
manager of the Greensboro dis- - ^ . ?.
diet. Mr.'*Ramseur will assist Mr. JJJ.
L. Gregg, the district manager. *' V
'Mr. Martin, fifrn the' home,offlce, .
In Durham, presented Mr. itainseur.
in return the agency forpe promised . ,
lovfll snnnort In Ihn now (nwinionf
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Howard's Place 1
SWEET SHOP ' ' '' ' .
We Appreciate Your Trade . " .v
824 S. Ashe St. Greensboro, N. "C. f
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