North Carolina Newspapers

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Secretary of AaiiculUire Bran
non ho.- ■•..'ain urged f;;niirv; to
ncraa?e the nation’s future meat •
ripply by hold.-c hack rather'
tho'ri selling, online!! bred suv-s and
il-ts now on ban 1 in itinuvu-e (he
all pig ci \i by ii L . ; 10 pet
cent.
wrier, or sale of land
Under rad try virtue of the au- .
ih.o.rity e -nfc-nt'd in the under
s.’•■nod by a Judnnent of rhe Su
perior Court of Wake County in
i hat Special Proceeding therein
pending, entitled, “M. D- Hay wood.
A-Imini'-lrator of the Eslati of Lelia
.1 Jls.vuood, deceased vs. J. F.!
Maywood mid wife. Lucy Havwood:
E. Hawkins, widow; C Q
' am! wife. Gertrude Hny
."(od: K i, Haywood, widower;!
"Hjinie C. Williams. divorcee; D. H. .
.'faywood and wife, Eunice Hay- ’
• mo. l.ovie J. Haywood, widow:
Milton Haywood and win, Althea
Haywood; A L Haywood and wife.
Agues Haywood. Wilbur Haywood;
Dominic L. Haywood and wife,
Hosa L. Haywood: Alberta Hay
\ immai i-ii'd Virginia Id. Hay
v, nod. unmarried; Charlotta Hay-'
r nod. unmarried: Annie Bunvell!
and husband, OUie Wortham Bur-'
’.veil and 7. inn B Haywood, ‘he
. mm being No. 7898 on the Special
i roeeeding Docket of Wake (..’nun-!
I will at the hour of 12 o'clock
■•'non, on Thursday, the 26th day of i
August. 1948. offer for sale and sell
to the highest, bidder foi cash at
W.ike County Courthouse door •
in Raleigh. North Carolina, the i
fellbwitlg described land:
BEING one lot No. 44 of the
fi'irnk' Alien property itt the Town
in Garnet. N C as shown by map
' corded In the Register of Deeds
Office. Wake County. N. C., in.
Poo;: of Maps 188a. Page 127. Raid
:ie lor"fronts Rand Street and !>
31 by 130 feet.
This 20th day of July 1948.
M D. HAYWOOD.
•’ Commissioner
Aug. 7, 14. 21. 28.
TV THl'i SUPERIOR COURT
NORTH CAROLINA
WAKE COUNTY
NOTICE
JOAN El IZABETH MYERS
VS.
ADAM MYERS
THE DEFENDANT. Adam Mver-.
will take notice that an action en
titled a? above !.a- been cwnme.-t -
• d in the Superior Court of Wake
County, to obtain an d solute di
vorce on the ground- of two years
separation, as p. \ nice, in
lutes of North < .i; ■ C ■ a. plaintiff
and defendant having lived tepmate
and apart for more (ran two years
next preceedlng ine institution ci
this action, and that said defend
er.; v.iil fm ther t ik* notice that
site is requited to appear at the of
fice of lie Clerk of tne Superior
Court of Wake County. North C.o e
fJn.a. . the Courthou - . Raleigh,
North Cardin::, on (he Ifilh day of
Augu-t. 1948. or vat inn twenty c.-.-.v
thereafter and answer or demit: f.o
the complain) of said action, or the
plaintiff will r>ppH> to the Court fm
the relict demanded i , >.:.H com
plaint.
This 13th day o' July J 948
SARA ALI.EN. A.-.-.i.-tant
Clerk of Supe: ;or Court
July 17. 24. 31-Auv,us; 7.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
WAKE COUNTY
| HAVING qualified as Executrix
I es ti e Estate Os Batiks T. Holt dr-
I cd. late nt Wr.k: County. Norm
1,., f iuolbia. this is to ;;otify all pc.-
sons having claim:-, against the
Estate of said dceea-ed to exhibi.
them to the undersigned a' 1012
i . : h.lur’.i Raleigh, North
Carolina, or, ~t before the 16th day
of June. 31U9. c\ this notice will
be pleiKkd m bar of their recoveiy.
All per •! .- indebted to Ure Esi.ale
will niease make immediate pay
ment.
Thts 16th day of June. 1948.
HATTIE HOLT. Executrix
F. J. CARNAGE. Attorney
June 26-July 3. 10. 17. 24. 31.
EXECUTRIX'S NOTICES
Having qualified as executrix
of Mane Melver, deceased, of
Wake County. North Carolina,
this is to notify nlf persons hav
ing claims againstt he estate of
the -aid deceased to exhibit them
I cut,or befit;<• June 1, 1949 or this
notice will he placed in bar >f
their recovery. AU persons in
dented to the said estate please
make immediate paymnt.
This the Bth dnv of June. 194:1.
t Lucy Pearce Eaton,
K v ’Executrix of Marie Mdver.
; ' deceased
I P.iigKs and West. Attorneys
I ADMINISTRATION’ NOTICE
I STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA j
[ wake county
I THE STATE OF" NORTH CARO-jj
| LINA
To all to whom the*.'' presents 1
I shlftt come - - GREETING. It being' I
Satisfactorily Proven To The tin-1
d'-rsigned. Clerk of the Superini i
Cctort for Wake County, that Nan-1
rue Dunston Sanders, late of said I
county, is dead, having made a lasi 1
wip and Testament, which has been .
admitted to probate «.> true copy
whereof is hereunto annexed), and
Tula "Dunston Pero and Executrix •
I named therein, having qualified as
I such according to law.
| Now, These are therefore 10 em-
I power the said Executrix to enter
| in and upon all and singular the;
@ goods and chaUles. the rights ana :
Jt: credits of the said deceased, and
| the same io lake into possession l
g wheresoever to be found, and all
| just debts of the said deceased io
I pay and satisfy, and the residue of
I estate to distribute according;
I to "the direction of said Will.
I Witness my hand and the seal of
| paid Court, this 3rd day of June
I lr>4B
| W. G. MOROECAT, Clerk of
I | the Superior Court.
I ‘ Jwttfc 12, IS, 28-July 3, 10, «.
BIRTHS
Birth certificates for habits
born to the following couples wove
registered in the oflices of the [
Wake County Health Department:
(luting the past werk;
Jaine.i Clacks and Mrs. Mary ;
Williams Clacks. 1016 Austin St root,
a on who was not named, July 2.1.
Clarence Battle and Mrs. Ann
Debroux Battle. 1308 Hill Street,
a baby daughter, 1 Juremere a Ann,
July 24.
James T Taylor and Mrs Elliot a :
Cozarl Taylor, 15 Railroad Street,
a daughter. Bell’ Jolly. July 25
Gforgo McDonald and Mrs. Car
ri r Dover McDonald, 812 Cotton
Place, .. son George Jr. July t! at
St Agnes Hospital.
Mcrian Joyner, and Mis Hat tie
Smith Joy net. 299 Hoke Sti'iu. a
,-m|), An.new Lee. July 9. at St.
Amu's Hospital.
Warren Harding Arrington anti
M-s. Louise Barbee Arrington
Cary, a son, Warren Harding, Ji
July 10 at St. Agnes Hospital.
Jessie Harris and Mis Emily
Green Harris. 20 Dodd Street, a
girl Evelyn. July 10 at St Agnes
Hospital
Vnlton Baker ami Mrs Rosa
Lv; cite Baker. 1310 Sbuli; Ka• t
.Street, a son, Bennie Earl. July 10.
at Ayne-'- Hospital.
Blanzio Williams and Mi.-. Isa
Huggins Williams. Raleigh, Route
5. a son Ronald Dwight. July 10,
at St Agnes Hospital
Hi my Bradley and Alts Jessie
Sandds Bradley. 208 North Mil
Street. Smilhfield, a baby gin,
Charlotte Elaine. July il at St.
Agnes Ho-piial.
Hubert Harris Jr., and Mis.
Lucy Ashe liana 313 Oberltn
Road, a df.nghb r, Paulette Eliza
beth. July !2 at St Agues Ho.-piU .
Ed was d Walker and Mrs. Martha
Jones Walker, 320 South Blood
worth Street, a girl. Fdi h Carol.
Jolv 13 at St Agnes Ho-pUa:
■Joseph Edward Poole and Mr.
Ruhv Smith Poole, 412 Ob- Hut
React a .--on Joseph Edward. Jr
July 13 at St. Agnes Hospital.
Glennie Clack and AT-. Supora :
Weldon Clack. 420 \t rd.-on Streei, a
son. Glen: f Ji . July 13 at Si
\;mc- Hospl'al.
Th‘- Rov Jfin'ii A l'o;b >. , i.a-
Mis Mabie Clcn>mon• Forbes. 915
Sou‘h Blood voiTh Sim-' a .-on
Roland 0., July !4 t St. Aw-
Hospital.
Aitgtmts Good-on Jr. and "J -
Dorothy Peebli- Goodsou. W etideli
Roil, i a son. Augustus. HI. July
15 at St Agnes iT splint.
WaTo;: Evans and Mrs. Ruby
' Weigh' Evan- 12 E ifuyti Alloy. a
daughter. Glenda. July 18. St
A..:ues Hospital.
Henry Mil’on Hooke- jo.d Mr
■ Mar- Minter Hooke. 413 Wes;
! Can non Street .; sort H nry Mil-'
lon Jr.. July ill fc! St A ant-s H-.-
pit at.
Clyde Brdvii Walton ?n: M
>. ea'he. .letter- Waiton Cu• •>. .
Charic’- Edward, July 18 at
St. Agnes Hospital
!v njanvm Brook- and Mr.-. Be s-
Bi’.i- Brook.- 10a We-i Johnson
" > ’ a -on. 1 >■ Eugene.
July 18 at St An.: - Hospital
.lame,- Robe: t Goode ind Mrs
Evelyn Wood Good YoungsviiL’.
Route t. a girl Ger.evn M< rcm.e,
July 18. St Agnse Hospital
Pcrdie MeC uilt-rs and Mrs
■ Slums. W I U I arr 1 - Vi cC u 1 lors 708
; Briggs A lie y. son. Joseph. July
19 Si Agnes Ho.-pital.
Cha-les Be yers anti Mrs Bert I a
Covtnpson Rogers. Route i, ('ary.
a bo’. Daniil Bruce- July 20 at St.
4 hues Hospital
Willie Good flail and Mb Vir
g.ma Ashworth Mali. It Chatham
Terrace. gi.-l. Cathy V’ernelie
Ju.v ;?!!. at Si. Aynes Hospital
Rob > ■ Mi Ni 'l and Mrs Dezm a
! Cogyins McNeil 3.80 Cannon Street
1 baby girl. Dorothy Lenin. July
2(1 at St Agnes Hospital
Samuel Spencer and Mi- Km;t
’ Rogers Sprnct-r. 14 Herk Lotte..
-on. Samuel Jr.. July 2! at St
Ut.MiMSTRATKIX NOTICE
! NORTH CAROLINA
WAKF. COUNTY
HAVING QUAI.IFIED as Admin
istratrix of the Estate of Mrs. ''jug
gle Hail, ieeenttfd late of V.’ .k
: County. North Circlin'., this is to
, notify all riLison- having ci aim.
•gainst (he Estate of m. id d'-ceas
vd to exhibit them to the umier
■ stsned at Route j. Box 49. Wendell.
North Carolina, on or in fore the
1 nth day of July, 1849 or ihi- no.ode
will be pleaded in r>ar nt their re*
-..very. All persons indebted to trie
I Estate will pl. a'-e make immediate
myiTK-nt.
This 13th day of July. i94H
MRS ANNIE B BULLOCK,
Adnutii.-'U'atnx
Lily 17. 24. 33-August 7 1* 21.
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f§f||Nic©damu* *«i d:
ilßabbl, w know thou ! MRSS&,jffrPjSBB
llliart * toucher from !
fllGod. Jo*u» answered; ;
wl Except one b® bom i ■ .*
||| again, he cannot see j M *
sEPthe klnydem of God* ; t|lmsPpojH
FI
THE BftW
24-HOUR SERVICE
W EAST CABARRUS ST. C A. HAYWOOD. Owner
Agues Ho-pdal
J;.: 1. Ha.vw- o i Ragland and M •
'Lillie Han" ley Rutland. 105 1-2 j
■Fisher Sheet a dau.'.'.lKvr. ftoiinie.
j July 2! nt St A>;ncs Hospital.
Raymond Rrov n and M - M ay
, .tiilui-, Hrove. 4!0 Wai.-i/n Sir. et .. ;
r ind, Doi o by Mai a/. July 22 at St.,
; Agne.-. He.-jiiial
J.lines Adams Gilchrisi and Mi-.,
Ben Alice Gilehti-t. 332 We.-l Cm-;
nun Si reel a i"irl. Caiolyn Y Comte. |
July 23 at S'J. Agile.- Ho’iulai.
Natbamei Watson and Mrs. Min-;
me Bluntly Watson. :>m> Mon (ague !
lane. 1 daily,liter. Carolyn Amu
. July 24 at SI. Agues Hospital
p; n-y Bvan> and M. Ruth Poole ;
H vat is Cary. Rome 1 0,. Ridt
lai d W« y l.’.n.i. .Tidy 25 at S! Acme.- .
Hospital.
Charlii Raymond and Mi R»-a •
1 . ie, \V - id. W ike F> ; Route
!. a -o; C tlvin Karl. Jttlv 28.
Owen Fowler and Mr Edith'
Cheatham L- wH i. Wat ■ L 'rest
Rout-. 2. a baby I .Alary Eliza
beth July 5
J, me.- Harold Karr:. ~nd ,vl:
Kathleen Ptiye Hart -. W: ko For
' est. Route 2. a -mi. Harvey Lie,
July fi.
Waller Hart.-held and A'L . No
Vella Jeffreys llurtfiiitld. Wal'.
'Forest Route- 2. datigther Annie
La.. July 11.
Cedt ie IJ* siu ami Mr- Bessie
Hick:- Hester. Apex Route 1. a .-on
who was not named. July 17.
Philip Seim,; Go nett and Mrs.
Sara Gilmst Gam 11 Euqoay
Sprints, a so. Philip Edward
July 14.
NEGRO WOMEN IN
THE OLYMPICS
m WH S JAM O SHIKI.US
1 ON DON l ANP ■ Nine Negro;
irm-k v'oi’K-n cm .1 truck team
! <-e tnpos-.'d of 12 ;n all show- some
kind saperio; ity tut not bene.’,
a traine.'. antlnopolor.i.- . ! am m l
u. a 1,. •oe to is ue any cienti*
lie Mat inenis
Bin 1 do ki.my I here iiaxt I .*r-n
a !ol of flushed iavr- when -hr
’ Englisii anci Antcri: n nhoto.'tapb
er- have aslud to i.ake pictux-s a)
'hr- Mai" womt-tt tr .ck performers
Our ; mv e-rls a e Aliev Coach
■ n .nt of Alban; S(a ■ College, in;
the nil: jmi.pi Mabie Wa Ike 1 m
(be 100 men*!- dash. Noli .lavkson
in ibe 200 meters :nd Theresa
M: ; i:d in the R-'J met: r lim’d!:-
fi out Tusk*?K*’v Institute: Fnima
Ree:, the bt’nad jump and hi,in
ii.rop ai d Audrey Paiter-ur. in the
tOO and 20) nreu i e.-,s'n tj-eu "1 u
nt-s-se S’L; SI tan Young in the
1 10f‘ meter dash from Chic,urn: M..t
F:i;'.y- m the fOk,: ntiieis fi'unt the
, Police !ea-ue in New Vorlr; r i.d
Bernice Robinson front W-isit. ni
ton Park olaygronrid m Chicago.
1 The eiris arc hearing down in
1 thfur ys orkouts bee.v.i they tvalize
they ate g ing to huv: M c rn
pefidoti from .he Jatr u: m and
1 won .u wom n.
Jamaica cut or,!;, five women. •
: but 1 : ii;:! you to know they arc
•' perfectly built for na. .mg if build
- has anything to with then- imii
■ ity io run then look out USA
Lei f ] s one Kor< .'.ii girl i hafi
• | ihv pleasure to watch ’os- the dts
*!cos and [ must -a-. -u take*, he:
',::p!:i v.-ith case and nl vases the
1 plate like oui champion men
1 thro-.vet Con;raiy to what y-ni
• 1 ntigid (Ii in;. she look- bately if!
• | years oki. in-; as trim a- Miss
I A me lieu, and bubblr-s with the
• | char.iet-. : isdic Ora-ntai basiifuin-. s
‘: 1 have ..-d;> ir.i ntioned tnese ■.*,
. pci fornrei s tr> let you know our
: woni(. 1 : rack „;id field ’cam i~.11”
to have : walk -away n s •
the Olympic gatrn'-s. But with
■'' st'-liar ireitr.rmer, islet- Mas Coach
-1 can. I still place .’Tty money on the
>. American woi.nn to in a., I
place hum up am ng dn whinet
MRRi.WES
i
j
i .ioensi-v, to niarry w-er* to
,I ho • folk'Viag couples during the
. past week according to records ni
-• ’Hunh r Ellington. Wake Conn
:> | (Tg,istr.n oi deeds.,,
EusA-1 Rainv> nod Mi- D. L«?e
- IGitritC' New Hill. July 24.
James f Whitley. 412 East Jones'
iSb vet and Miss Jonephine El
a | Crews. Raleigh July 24.
e ; Willie Graves and Mas Alice
• : Ferrell, both of Clayton, Route 2
c;.l lily 24.
• Ch.-vlic* T'n<whas Royster and Miss
Mi tired l.e—K Hayes, both oi
Apex Routt- 2, July 24.
Moses White. J;.. and Miss Al
. phretta Wiiliamf- both of Garner.
July 29. "A
THE CAROLINIAN
”" 7 ’ • ?
Standing, lei) to right, mo
Mrs. Rolitne D. Collins f h
bride's sister, A. O. Dunston, fa
ther cf the bride; the Rev, end
Mrs. Otis Dun, bride and
cream; Mr. and Mrs, A, Dunn:
end Mrs. Gallic Thompson, sis
ier of the groom and soloist
principals in the wedding cere
itieny of Miss Agnes Omr-g 1
Dunsicn. daughter of Omega
Duns.l'n and the late Mrs, Ag*
CHA VIS HEIGHTS
By MAY 1.. BROADIK
Miss I ,tlc;, L- Bird sail nt Now
York City is \ isitin- her sis;or.
Mrs. Minnie Fvceman of 3 Bran -
wick Terraco.
Miss Caii.'on Mark oi 6 EdjfC
c.nrnbe h-ri'aco - cU-i ratcri her fifth
hlrlln'ny ivc: miy and received
rp. ii\ visc-fui gift*.
Mrs. AcC?i of (> Chavis
wav bus returner! after visiting
hr i daufiliter, Mr:-, Bi 11, m N--r
--folk Va. rcccn’L.'
Mis Har.", Jam:- of 310 Heck
wit ' 1. .1 ' .1-01 I ii i.n S’ AU
rc: Hr, spiiul it,: s rcn'i’iH u home
oid is lccrivcrini; to he dcltgit:
• her friends.
iW. - Ami iv Rchinson ot 10 Sit) In
V'.n?.i. h.r- rolnntf-d Nome from St.
A. civ s flospit.il wher:> she has been
■onfiiud tor several dn; -.
Mrs Evelyn LasUtcr of 10 Hyde
1, ■'<>■ has cite,mod homo from
Sr Agnes H-spita! wlvic she ’vas
. |..a:cn( for yvo:,-' day) Ht r
re; ny friends v.-i-h her a quick re
covery. Her husband and son wore
ir, lo.vp during h‘r illnv.";.
O. K<. >•:') u!! S u (o
"•<); k :■ New Yuri; . sjenrinu
itis vacat here with his family
It 2! Cia.vii way.
Mrs Floyd Pfrl'ips of Ne Ymk
City and former!v of !h:s city ."end
.children. Carl and !)■,• . vvert guests
us Me. Phil'dpr-’ brmrw-r and sis
ter-in-law. Mr. ,mn Mrs. Samuel
Harris, Jr., of 23 Src.'b i’, /.,,,
Tiiev :hr,' h,-i-c go<?•'.- :>i M'-
Phillips’ n,i •; he;-•>• . Mrs. iJ.J
--'!• I'i-iiiip- Ol 721 S 'Acs’ «:!lV! '
Mr- Meivna Farrow „i 4 Clev
is va\ .ind si-'U-r. Mrs. M. F:v
't-ii u; New J. a. 1 Mpuii! 11,> s week
;id v,s-if.np I'cl.ttivt- ii Ha:
Mi-s E Small of 642 S Bcmxlary
stret-t is spec! ng •:• 1 throe '.vecis
vacation visitnu ri-lati-.c,- read
friends m W.isbingtor.-. Philadi-i
--pi'>iu. N: Jcrsc; New York anc!
C;mada.
Nlrs B .-so- Briugefot'd of 404
Bat :1c si ref : i- visit mg fd.iliv.'?
and friend' in EMiintore Mb. and
IMiATHS yK H MJrvLS
Jr'irtul rites lur William V\
Ca-pchart who '.hod in Now Yo.>
City i.n Thursday Juh 22. v: ~
1 inducted iroiti the St Paui A.
M E. Church on Sunday of last
week, and followed by interment,
to the Ml. Hope Cemetery.
Funeral service for Mis Emma
Williams Jones who died at ho,
burnt fit 427 Smith Street o 1
Tuesday of last ivck was he-,
at the Martin Street Baptist
Church on Friday of last, week
and followed by interment in t’e
Alt. Hope Cemetery.
Final rites fm Clarence Dun
s’on who died on Sunday of lost
week were conducted from the
Martin Stix-; ; Baptist Church oi.
Wednesday of last week and fob
lowed by intem.’etit in the Hill
er -s’ Cemetery.
Funeral nervier mr Mrs. Clara
Gear who died Tuesday <>t last
week was held in Nash county
Sunday w ith ?h< Rev. S. F. F-.
wards offieiatinp and followed b.v
! into mem in the Bonn Cernctc:
Final rite:, for George Williams
;vbh died too TuvsJav of last
week were 'onducted from the
Good Hope Baptist Church Sun
' :!a.v and followed by interment
is: the Good Hope Cemetery.
Funeral service for Mis. Annie
N*-il Jackson who died Sunday
wu> held Wednesday at 4:00 pun.
at the First Congregational
' Church with the Rev. E. C. Law -
; fence officiating and followed by
• interment in Hi 11 crest Cemetery
I ■ “
I Finance or Borrow
On Your Car
through the
HiU! MOTOR FINANCE CO.
1 122 E. Davie Street Phone- 3-3231
’• 9 'Wflwwwwr-.^fwgw»^>e'weir;«»iK>B l ‘w^wß^|Mwywiwww^ra««wiwJiwaMepHNlP mmomm**"t>******t**y
nes Dunston of Frartklinton and
Lie. Rev. Otis Llson Dunn, sen
qf Abrcn Dunn and the lale-
Mrs. C’uizy Dunn, Wake Forest
which was solemnized in the
Friendship Baptist Church at
Wake Forest on Juiv 4.
Prior lo the ceremony a pro
gi;:m of nuptial music was ren
dered by Mrs. Gallic D. Thomp
it, sister of the or 3om. and
Mrs. Rolline D. Collins, sister
New York City.
Tilt's. Ci easy Robinson m :i
(iavii.-ht’. .. Mr-. Ruby M R’ i g< • < f
317 M * unnuit stree* >- spend•
me L ive weeks in W.ir!iini--t••»':. !J
C Baltimore. .Ml.. N: ’v Jersey.
P- . Nr Yiu'U and C.m,
Henry Brown of fi Dare 'Drive
1- s;X:l:C!H:. hi’- "';iV LI With -
S' nndmothei Mr-. L<'('i"! Biuiv n, ;;
E; him ae
Mrs. Be.-sit Dudley and ehiiriivi!
Os fi2l Y' S'.iilil .ill' : ;>'l d
ir.u several days vishing vlatives •
and friends i > i 1 .,u on. D. C.
end Hul'iwoiv f i: r;- m.vi
Miss Shirley Du/iev n;' 7Li S
McDowell street who has been e>i ; -
fined seve-ral day- with a cold
is aVilc to be out again.
Miss Molly Ann McDaniel o!
'Chavis \V:.y ha.; returned Loire, af
fe • attendiiiM the Sunday Sv. • r-1
Covive'i’ion i:t Durnam.
Mi. -i-d Mrs. Oliie Lucas m-i
■ .Mat 1* J- v," tr
Utr ltd home New York City
aficr visiting ii-b.ie.c- and fi sends
here They wore (he house guest?
'of Mi.- I "ui'ii.-' : noth-- r. Mu- Sophia
Bryant of 2)5 Bledsoe avenue
V, -T- Neal \L-.s-u s f 903 S> II!
Blount s’re-'-! •. c'l-brated her i irih
',v S ; j «1 .■’*■ ■ ci roc *• v ( 'd rn. t v . v
:; -f 4 r m rsf is.
M'S. i! 1. illtd da'llM-
V", ;.. '.'! 12 r.fif.klin Terrar.
have in eal’t i : Gre< nstH'iv
due ill'w oi Mrs. Stuliii’s
Vt.ii McD n.iei of 5 Chavis
Way !v. ti. ci -nfa ivu t->
home ft a-- oa\'s.
Miss \V;L«'i ll.vv.id of 4
Sr.. - Rluza iimiored M -Floyd
Phillips of N<--v V. : r ~t a dini.e!
L'lly Monday.
\Ls- Clara \! Alsloti and .V(: - -
Eh. -a Kav . * X- '. V. ~v e re
lavind hum-.. af(-.r spending -l
ei'fil days visitiny Mr and Mrs. El
her: Law of T; Iredell Terrace.
Sal.•‘•’ill lu a big day for
North Carolina Elks us they cele
brate Grand Ex.-ilU'-.i Ruler and
GD<nii’l.(i-i H-, ler Oav Grand
Exalted Ruh r 'is J Finic.v Wii:-..-n
•,nd Daughter Rut’ . is !Jr>. En/ti
: be(): Ross (Jordon. T’re street pa
. acie will legit: «1 3:00 p.m.
N\ J S< Sit nut )
August 3 N Y. Cuban.- at Newark
Augus: 6. Phiiri Stars at Boltimore
A’lgust 3. N V, Black Yanks a’
Homcsiead (L.'ivs Wash.:; Phil a
Stars at New York Cubans
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Oi he CUtbs not scheduled.
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of the bride. The Rev, G. S.
Stokes officiated.
Abrcn Dunn, father cf th
• reem. peeved as best man, and
four fraternity men served as
ushers Immediately following
she ceremony the new coupi-
Icft for a wedding Irip.
Mrs. Dunn is a graduate of
Bennett college end is a teach
cr in the Shepard High School
at Zebulon. The Rev. Dunn is
a graduate of Shaw University
with the A, B. and B. D. de
grees. He has served as pastor,
clerk of the- Wake Baptist As
ociation and president of the
Wake County BTU Convention.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Ma"io Thorps of 16 Cha
than; terraci ■’given a surprise
airthdav supper and gifts on
•:uly 13 by her lather, mother
an:: s'.-t.v at in norm- of Mi. and
all's. Otii . Gov, f R.daigh, Rtf
Mrs. Nett; Shepard has ju.i
b.ugnte-r. i. .if . in Cr<f rge *V.
i ay lor oi Ku a.
J: <■ A: ruiici, J ■ of Morganfpn
is 4 visit in i.:; :i;s aunt Mrs Nett'-.-
'-vu-pa: cl. of \' . D'. -a- in nut’
Mrs E. Brown or 2237 Van
Dvke Avenue is on .ou’; tion .n
N w York.
Mrs. M. A. Ha:::.- o' 29 Bragg
Street and grand-;m V. :ii. .m M
Clarkson. :ov hern- alter visiting
Mr. anti M’s. San.dv Williams of
Waineri. Osin and Mi and Mrs.
Tom Easly and Mr. and .Mrs. Ed
vard »darrin:;t ■" of Pittsburgh,
Pa.
'Ms. and Ms. William. D. Hun
ger of Philadelphia, Pa., spent a
wk visdira; Mr. Hunter's moth
er. Mrs. Lui”? J. Hunter, 7.10 E.
Martin St They have returned
to Philadelphia..
M’ - . and Mr-. Crntm-l and chi:
Mr. anri Mis. Jnc St an oil of 710
P Martin Si m July 4
Mr and Mrs. Josh Mi'chH] r-.nd
j inters Wa,-,h.agt'.n, D C.. wre
i! a. • x for-s* : ", if F,. Ma rtin St
M.s <>■ d. Brown of 10 Rail
road Street was united with her
daughter. Mrs. Ethv. Hundley,
for the first, time during the past
20 vear.-.-. since she has been in
B-orklvn. N. Y. Mrs. Brown now
la:- a granddaughter. Barba r..
Ann.
Miss .loseohini Dw is of till S.
West Street r- spending the sum
mer in Now York wish her sister.
Miss Maw Frances Davis.
Samuel Leon Harriott of 709 S
West Street celebrated his second
birthd&v rect r.llv He is the sen
of Vermel! Barnett.
Mr and M-.. W. L. Barnett of
"09 S. West St. celebrated theii
. Yteentb Mnnivc-rsarv on .Tab - 15.
Rufus Brown of Van Dyke
:ivc.. son e! Mr- Julia Brown is
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■WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST ?, 1.918
GRID GIANTS
GRAB TUNNELL |
NEW yORR (ANP) - Km -
Un Tunnell. fullback from
lowa, has Iren Riven a try •
nut central t by the New York
Giants football team and noti
filed to repor. at the training
camp in Wisconsin.
Tunnell. highly rt commend
ed by his former eoaeh.
is a speedy halfback who can
tost tin- hall mound with the
best of them.
In signing Tunnell. the
Giants acquire their first col
ored player. although Couch
| Steve Owen was high on Ar
chie Harris la«t year and Init
for front office reported in ri
tenure and objections, would
\ have had llu stellar Indiana
| end in the Polo Grounds.
Ten Os !learls' Is Non
Count basic Son<r IST
NEW YORK Coiiit! 8.i.-ie.
! who h;-> c.si.M’.ished a veritable
myi!iin "t.xdiclihcad” on Bread wav
!in his run; :" > egngermnt cm stage
;of the Strand 7'hi ,-iior, which is cx
.-I'd iii mi :nmi i>: n> nine
* weeks, i • wlnnin.i the plaudits of
critics and the public alike for a
: pair of new arangement* be son
■ ftires in IPs stage presentation.
i’li'- i: w :u Tangomouts. botii oil
| ginal -.-et!.positions tty the inoom
; parable •'Jump ivil an* "Ten Os
' Hearts.' the i.rst movement l'.-oin
in,-- i ■ ,i Ic • . I Suite." which ho
i:''■'- uei’d at it!.-; recent Canw-gie
ii .il o'lifi li, una 'Basic' Bongo.'
go; i.ii.cr ai: exciting Afrc-Guban
: •/.. work ;!rv! rocks with n I’c.w
iUii’.d of a Basie rhythm.
Featured soloist • in the Basic- ;i:
lai'-s merit* 1 loitormev. Buddy
Tate ami Pap! Gonzales, trumpis
» Hurt" Edison and Emmett Ber
ry. :romfcf>! :s< George Matthews
arid Dickie Wells, and B« -ie at the
.’ i piano.
; spending this summer v, ,th rela
tives in Nc York.
Mrs Annie Currie of 709 K
Martin St. has returned home o'
1 tor visiting friends in Non >!k
V.s . Washington. D. C.. Now Y m s
• City and East Orange. X. J. Sh
reported an enjoyable trip.
1
Ashe County farmers have at
unusually heavy acreage of pole
t; beans this year.
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MAPLE TEMPLE
By JOSEPH INF TERRELL
,
Regular vvorsltip sc-r vices were
i i old at the Maple Temple Congre
g.'.tional-Chrisllan Church Sunday
with the Rev. R. D Bullock, Jr..
in charge. Mu-ic was provided
the Setiior Choir The morning
i ■ ei'inon was followed hy Holy
Communion adroinis'ered by the
i Rev. Bullock and the deacons.
! We regret not having our chi’
I droii at Sunday school due to toe
! polio cpidemii.
The Woman’s Club met at the
church. We had as our guest speak
‘i r, Mrs Pressley who spoke from
the Book of Acts.
Th ro will be a spiritual at
i the home of Mrs. Leola Haywood
i Sunday afternoon at f>:3o sponsor
led by the Woman's Club. Next
I meetim w'ill be at ihe home of
I Mrs. Haiti': I'crrv of Church St
EMPI.OV MEN I PROSPECTS
1 (NIPS)
The employment trend will be
•teadily utswavd in the automotive
j ami p. i: ’lO'm industries for or." f
ito several years, it is reported.
1 ; T.fi'U' will is ' spurt in the air -
, .-raft and armament industries tic
? I cause of defense appropriations.
| You am expert a modest io
! crease in employment in saw mills
Land planning mills and in all rneuii
a | producing industries -other than
| iron and -tee!. The agricultural ma
! chinerv and tractor industries will
e.eed more workers to meet con*to
.led demand at home and abroad
j iol> opportunities wifi be fair in
n -television manufacturing. The tel
, j ephone industry offers new job
e ifiilds
Hog hr.-; lit i m Wayne > ounß ,
, jhave been using temporary pa.-
i f ares but now plan to try Laciino
. ji-iovri to furnish part of their gra.-
~ i .a Mam oi them will seed La
i I i UipSt one V. •: - F.T FT FT K
~- , m So; ;emi.ei
~ lnfei cst in farm ponds costinues
j'o "iow in Rowan Count;-
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